Fall Sports are in Action

Fall Sports are in Action

By Mackenzie Womack, Sports Editor

September 27, 2020

As SYCSD makes the decision to begin sports, the spectator numbers will be limited. Indoor sports will be limited to 25 persons including both teams, coaching staff, and referees. Outdoor sports will be limited to 250 persons and will have no visiting spectators. In order to attend an outdoor sport,...

COVID’s Impact on the Sports World

The NBA is discussing reopening play across the league at Disney in Orlando, Florida. 

via @PDChinaSports on Twitter

By Blake Ramey

August 10, 2020

(Written May 28, 2020*) The sports world is largely in question with major sports organizations such as the NFL, MLB, NBA, and NHL all hoping for a safe return to sports- whether it is with or without fans.  Sports are different all around the United States. Arizona was the first state to allow pro...

Lacrosse State Championship Training

Connor Kernan the goalie of the team is keeping the goal safe while making sure the defense are doing their job.

By Nick Taylor, Reporter

May 28, 2020

Past lacrosse seasons have talked about being filled with competitive fun and laughter. Everyone says it's always a joy to watch the game’s action and the teammates on the field say it is fantastic to play with their peers on the field. The lacrosse team wins almost every game, but the only thing...

Winter Athletes become All-Stars

Senior Colby Romjue is one of Susquehannock's 100 match winners and was nominated for first team. Photograph by Mackenzie Womack

By Mackenzie Womack, Sports Editor

April 30, 2020

Multiple Susuquehannock athletes were mentioned and nominated for All-Star Teams this winter season. Sophomore Jalen Franklin worked hard during the season and finished with what he deserved. “Honestly, it felt great knowing some of the hard work paid off. It felt just as good to see Jake [Eden] make All County as well. There was so much work we put in toge...

Spring Sports Athletes Finish Disappointed

Varsity Girls lacrosse at their first scrimmage before their season came to an end.
Photographed by Coach K

By Maggie Grim, Reporter

April 24, 2020

Due to COVID-19, all spring sports have been canceled, drastically affecting spring student athletes. These students had been preparing for months to participate in their sport. Senior baseball player CJ Munch has been impacted by the cancellation. “It hurts a lot knowing all the ...

Which NBA Team has the Brightest Future?

Giannis flaunts his success. Photograph Courtesy of @GiannisSpor via Twitter

By Connor Lucich, Reporter

April 23, 2020

Empty seats and empty courts have narrated the life of the NBA for the past month. Most major sports leagues have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, and it is still unknown when things will be back to normal. When things do return to normal, the NBA will resume, along with most sports league...

Romjue Finishes Off Strong

Romjue and his opponent shake hands and congratulate one another after the match is finished. Photograph by Mackenzie Womack.

By Blake Ramey

March 15, 2020

Senior wrestler Colby Romjue may be one of the best wrestlers Susquehannock High School has ever witnessed. Ever since Romjue was a freshman, he has been very successful. Romjue has wrestled in the 160 pound weight division during his wrestling career. He had an overall record of 22 wins and 7 losses and went to ...

Students, Staff Wear Blackbelts, Get Honor

Students, Staff Wear Blackbelts, Get Honor

By Matthew Schwanke, Reporter

March 12, 2020

Millions of people all over the world practice martial arts. A fraction of those people actually stick with it. An even smaller amount of those people achieve the status of a blackbelt.  According to the Japanese Martial Arts Center in Southeast Michigan, their new attendance system reported the following...

Warrior Swimming Stays Alive

Warriors take silver in the 400 free relay and set a new school record with a time of 3:19.06. Photo via @SuskyWarriors on Twitter.

By Blake Ramey

March 9, 2020

The swim team had two swimmers and one diver showcase strong performances at the PIAA District III Championships.  The Warriors, as a team, took third overall. Sophomore Max Pflieger was crowned the 2A Diving Champion. Pflieger placed first at Big Spring High School as he performed th...

High School Seniors Won Battle of the Buildings

High School Seniors Won Battle of the Buildings

By KC O'Neill, Reporter

March 6, 2020


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