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Girls Athletics vs. Boys Athletics (7th)

Girls Athletics vs. Boys Athletics (7th)

Lucy Wassmuth, Reporter

September 29, 2017

Girls Athletics. We've all heard of it, but not all of us have been through it. 7th Grade Girls Athletics is tough, I must say. Running at least a mile every week, lifting 45 lbs, and doing burpees until you can't feel your legs. But really, it's not too bad once you get used to it. But, what makes me...

Basketball: America’s New #1 Sport

Basketball: America’s New #1 Sport

Andrew Bailey, Reporter

September 27, 2017

There is no sport more American than baseball, or more exemplary of the American spirit than football. But through all of these American pastimes that created legends and left legacies in our great nation, there is one sport right now that the country is obsessed with: Basketball. Basketball culture...

Canyon Vista Home Opener vs. CD Fulkes

Canyon Vista Home Opener vs. CD Fulkes

Andrew Bailey, Reporter

September 26, 2017

On Sept.12, our 8th Grade Mustang football teams played our first football game against CD Fulkes at home. Both teams came back one year older, one year stronger, and one year more experienced and confident on the football field. And after a strong three-week preseason training camp, the Red and Blue...

UT vs. USC: the Rematch

UT vs. USC: the Rematch

Andrew Bailey, Reporter

September 26, 2017

On Jan.4, 2006, Vince Young's University of Texas and the Reggie Bush-led USC competes in what is regarded as one of the greatest games in college football history: the 2006 Rose Bowl. The result? 41-38, Texas. It was UT's first-ever win against the program from Southern California, and won them the...

Seventh Grade Red Team Defeats C.D. Fulkes

Seventh Grade Red Team Defeats C.D. Fulkes

Lucy Wassmuth, Reporter

September 20, 2017

Mustangs: 24  Lizards: 0 After the win from the new 7th grade B team this past Monday, A team destroyed the C.D. Fulkes Lizards with a lead of 24. Touchdowns by #12, Luke Hagen and #22, Chase Griffin. The first quarter started slow. But corner back, Seth Windell had many great tackles that had the ...

NFL Preview: Who Will win Super Bowl 52?

NFL Preview: Who Will win Super Bowl 52?

Andrew Bailey, Reporter

September 20, 2017

Starting this weekend, the greatest league in the world will return for its 52nd go-around. The NFL is back, baby! Here's my predictions for all 32 NFL teams: Arizona Cardinals: No offensive players make the Pro Bowl Arizona ever really had 3 opportunities for a Pro Bowler on offense: David Johnson, L...

Editorial: Athletics at CVMS

Editorial: Athletics at CVMS

Amber Xiao, Reporter

September 12, 2017

"Lady Mustangs!" The cry could be heard from a mile away as girls athletics finish their functional fitness workout. Athletics at Canyon Vista Middle School is known by all the students to be physically challenging for anybody who joins. For girls, Lady Mustang Athletics is for the "sporty" people,...

Should Lacrosse Be A Sport?

Should Lacrosse Be A Sport?

Doug Zintgraff

May 8, 2017

A lot of the people who say lacrosse can't be a school sport is because it's too dangerous and can hurt kids, but football is hurting kids so is soccer lacrosse is the two sports in one with metal, aluminum, or carbon fiber poles so the rules are more harsh so why can't we have it. They teach it in gym...

Opinion: Why the CSL is Ruining Soccer

Opinion: Why the CSL is Ruining Soccer

Andrew Bailey, Reporter

April 24, 2017

When the Chinese Super League was first introduced in 2001 and played their inaugural season in 2004, no one could have predicted this.  They went from just another soccer league to the one of the richest professional sports leagues in the world, attracting star players in the prime of ...

The Tragedy of Chapecoense SC

The Tragedy of Chapecoense SC

Andrew Bailey, Reporter

April 24, 2017

Associação Chapecoense de Futebol, better known as Chapecoense SC, are a Brazilian soccer team that compete in Brazil’s top division. Early yesterday, while en route to the Colombian city of Medellin to face Atletico Nacional in the final of the Copa Sudamericana, a cup competition in South ...

College Football Video Games

College Football Video Games

Rohan Gupta

April 24, 2017

In July of 2013, sports fans all around America lost their favorite video game when the NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) announced it wouldn’t renew its contract with EA Sports. EA was hoping to continue the NCAA Football series as many colleges had approved a three year contract extens...

Sports Podcast: AFC Team Needs

Sports Podcast: AFC Team Needs

snoadmin

April 24, 2017

For Episode 2, Rohan and Arjun continued their talk from last week in discussing the NFC team needs and broke down the needs of the AFC teams as well....