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Reading High Basketball Brings Home State Title

May 1, 2017 by

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On Saturday, 25 March, the Reading High basketball team defeated Pine-Richland, 64-60, to win the Boys 6A Basketball State Championship. The Reading High basketball team was lead by seniors Lonnie Walker IV, Isiah Cook, and Tyrone Nesby IV. They all had huge impacts on the team and were big reasons why they won the State […]

USA Wins First World Baseball Classic

April 6, 2017 by

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This year brought the fourth installment of the World Baseball Classic, an international tournament sanctioned by the World Baseball and Softball Confederation that pits the best players in the world against each other playing for their respective countries. The 2017 iteration set attendance and viewership records as it continues to grow in popularity. The tournament […]

March Madness Heats Up

April 5, 2017 by

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March Madness started on 14 March with the qualification round. The first round is generally considered less exciting as all the other rounds. It does not secure as many viewers as all the other rounds either. The second round is when a lot of upsets happen. The round of 64 is where first seeds play […]

NBA All-Star Weekend Takes Place

March 31, 2017 by

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NBA All-Star Weekend took place 17-19 February 2017 in New Orleans, culminating in the 66th NBA All-Star Game. The entire weekend was comprised of the Rising Stars Challenge, Celebrity Game, Three-Point and Slam Dunk Contests, and ultimately the All-Star Game. The Rising Stars Challenge is an exhibition for the top first and second year players […]

Brady Brings the Win to New England in Super Bowl

March 29, 2017 by

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On 5 February, the New England Patriots went head-to-head with, and defeated, the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl 51. The final score was 34-28 in overtime. The Patriots went 17-2 on the season, all thanks to Tom Brady’s heroics. The New England Patriots won in dramatic fashion after being down by as many as 25 […]

76ers’ Season Becomes Questionable

March 27, 2017 by

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The Philadelphia 76ers’ “process” is slowly falling apart as the season continues forward. This “process” first started when the seven-foot center Joel Embiid was drafted third overall by the Sixers. Sam Hinkie was the General Manager for the Philadelphia 76ers when Joel Embiid and other Sixers players were drafted. He was the man who started […]

Fleetwood Boys Tennis Starts Up

March 16, 2017 by

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As the upcoming boys’ tennis season quickly approaches, many members are looking ahead with great optimism. Players include freshmen Josh Kopysienski, Zach Haas, Vincent Rudderow, and Aaron Poper; sophomores Nicholas Miller and Nico Touch; juniors Austin Brown and Shawn Bessey; and seniors Kyle Keirstead, Adam Cook, Harry Zheng, Max Pavlick, Jeremy Heist, Cole Strange, and […]