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Champions League Reaches Its Conclusion

August 10, 2022 by


The Champions League is coming to an end, and there is only one game left. This final is between Real Madrid and Liverpool. This is a rematch between these two huge clubs, as they played each other in the final just three years ago. Three years ago, Real Madrid won the game 3-1 against Liverpool, […]

Donaldson’s Quote Lands Him in Hot Water

August 6, 2022 by


During the Yankee-White Sox game, Josh Donaldson made a racially charged comment alluding to Jackie Robinson when speaking to player Tim Anderson.  During the first inning of the game, Donaldson said to Anderson, “What’s up, Jackie?”  The White Sox manager Tony La Russa heard the comment and told the media that it was a racial […]

Tennessee Volunteers Defy Expectations and Make History

June 2, 2022 by


The Tennessee Volunteers just locked in their second SEC East title in school history.  At the start of the year, Tennessee was predicted to be the 19th team in the nation, with Texas being predicted as number one in the nation.  But now,Tennessee is the number one team in the country for D1 baseball with […]

76ers Enter Playoffs

June 1, 2022 by


The 76ers are in the 2022 playoffs! The team grabbed the fourth spot in the Eastern Conference, clinching the playoffs.  The team has to play the Toronto Raptors, who, just like the 76ers, secured a playoff spot and are 5th in the conference.  The first game of the series was held in Philadelphia, the 76ers’ […]

FAHS Junior to Compete in Special Olympics

May 21, 2022 by


One of Fleetwood’s very own students will be participating in The special Olympics. This student’s name is Matt Foose. He is a junior at Fleetwood Area High School.   The event is the largest statewide competition, bringing more than 2,000 athletes and 750 coaches. Competition in athletics, basketball, equestrian, golf, gymnastics, softball, swimming, and tennis highlight […]

Three FAHS Students Sign Letter of Intent for Swimming

May 21, 2022 by


On 21 April 2022, three FAHS students signed their letters of intent. All students are going to different schools but are continuing their swimming careers.  The first swimmer, Maren Schermerhorn, committed to La Salle University and will be majoring in nursing. She has been swimming for twelve years. When looking back at who motivated her […]

Champions League Knockout Stages Commence

May 11, 2022 by


The Champions League knockout stages are on, and there were some surprises, some domination, and full of excitement. The most exciting game was PSG vs Real Madrid. This was the most hyped-up match and lived up to the hype. The first game was dominated by PSG but couldn´t really show that with the score, as […]

MLB Lockout Ends with New Rules

May 5, 2022 by


The MLB and the MLBPA recently had a disagreement that lasted for ninety-nine days with no information revealed about the forthcoming MLB season.  Now the two sides have finally come to an agreement, bringing with it new rules for the MLB and MLBPA. One of the new rules is called the Ohtoni rule. This new […]

Messi v. Ronaldo: Who’s the GOAT?

April 27, 2022 by


There are many debates from the world of soccer, but most would agree that Messi vs. Ronaldo is the most well-known. Lionel Messi and Christiano Ronaldo are two of the best players that soccer has ever seen, and the two have dominated the game for over a decade. Both play as attackers; therefore, it is […]

Fleetwood Boys’ Basketball Wins Division Championship

April 4, 2022 by


For the first time in over 40 years, the Fleetwood Area High School boys’ basketball team has won a division championship. This was accomplished due to their outstanding teamwork and dedication to their peers. “I’d say the game started off difficult. It was close through the first quarter, but we went on a huge run […]

Texas Longhorns Are Out for Revenge

April 4, 2022 by


The Texas baseball team is ranked number one in the country as of March 17, 2022. Their record is 14-5, only losing one series, and they have a .737 win percentage.  The Texas Longhorns have a home record of 6-1, an away record of 6-3, and a natural record of 2-1. They haven’t played anyone […]

The U.S. Wins Gold and Makes History

March 22, 2022 by


The United States has won a total of twenty-five medals in the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. America sent 224 people to fifteen different events.  The United States earned eight gold medals in eight different events, making them fifth in the medal count.  The most recent gold medalist was Alexander Hall for men’s slopestyle. This was […]

Bengals Are One Game Short

March 20, 2022 by


The Bengals did end up losing in the Super Bowl, but they should not hang their heads because no one expected them to have the season they had. According to, the Bengals were expected to go 6-11 and not make the playoffs. As one can see, this team was not seen as a Super […]

Premier League Winter Window Starts Trading Season

February 24, 2022 by


The January transfer window is where every year a soccer team can buy and sell players midway through the year. The goal is to help acquire what the team needs for the rest of the year. Each team gets a month to fix the problems with their team to win more games. According to, […]

Petition to Move Super Sunday to Saturday Gains Momentum

February 22, 2022 by


Many Americans want to move the Super Bowl to a Saturday instead of a Sunday! These individuals think of the Super Bowl as a national holiday because it happens once a year and millions of people are watching and trying to buy tickets to the game. Unfortunately, many don’t like how the game is played […]

Four FAHS Athletes Commit To College Sports

February 18, 2022 by


Student-athletes from Fleetwood Area High School committed to their choice of college on 2 February 2022.  Gavin Morris, who has played football for twelve years, is attending Misericordia to study physical therapy or exercise science. Will Ryan, who has played football for eleven years, is attending Lebanon Valley for exercise science. Joey Svoboda has played […]

FAHS Cheerleading Season Nearing its Ends

February 5, 2022 by


Since the end of August, the FAHS cheerleading competition team has been working hard. The team of fourteen competed for the last time this season on 28 January, bringing this year to a close.   “Everyone wants it a lot and really wants to succeed at states and do well,” sophomore Maris Arnold said.  At practices, […]

Arsenal FC Regains Momentum after a Weak Start

January 30, 2022 by


Arsenal Football Club has been through a tough time recently, but they are starting to turn things around. For the first time since 1985, they did not qualify for a European competition because of poor play in their league. They were eighth in their league, and they needed to get into the top seven to […]

FASD Sports Hall of Fame Members Inducted

January 24, 2022 by


On Tuesday, 28 December, there was a Berks County Sports Hall of Fame ceremony. There were seven inductees into the hall of fame.         The seven people were Mike Boyer, Emily Arndt, Denise Wisser, Tom Magill, Matt Keller, Laurie Frederick and, Jeff Turner. Some of these people are coaches, and others are players. Denise Wisser was […]

Five FAHS Students Sign Letters of Intent

January 12, 2022 by


Five FAHS students signed their letters of intent for their chosen sport on 10 November 2021.  Megan Brattley, attending Kent State University for Pre-Med Biology and Spanish while playing Division I softball, has cherished the opportunities Fleetwood has given her.  “I will miss the atmosphere and the Co-op with Muhlenberg and my teammates and coaches […]

Lions Finally Win One

January 8, 2022 by


Would the Detroit Lions win a single game this season? Fans asked this question the whole season, especially when the Lions would be up by a few points in a game and then ending up losing it.  With a record of 0-11-1, the Lions looked like they were on their way to a winless season […]

Rodgers’ Absence Felt by Packers in Week 9

December 17, 2021 by


Arron Rodgers was out for week 9 of the NFL season, so the Packers had to look at Jordan Love, the backup twenty-three-year-old from Utha state. Love was second all-time for passing yards and passing attempts made. This was his first-ever career start in the NFL, and it was against the back-to-back AFC champions, the […]

Will Star Players’ Injuries Affect Fantasy Football?

October 31, 2021 by


Christan McCaffery and Dalvin Cook were the top players chosen in each league, and McCaffery is out due to a hamstring injury. McCaffrey’s stats for the 2019 season were twenty-three carries with two touchdowns. Now he has a hamstring injury and will be out for four weeks. “The injury could sideline McCaffrey up to four […]

Baseball Playoffs Populated by Teams of World Series Past

October 28, 2021 by


The MLB playoffs are down to the final four teams, including the Houston Astros, LA Dodgers, Boston Red Sox, and Atlanta Braves, with the Astros and the Red Sox in the ALCS and The Dodgers and the Braves in the NLCS. As the series continues, the Astros are one win away (3-2 series) from going […]