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Junior competes in national race
Helena Rose / Sabine Peterka / Sports / Volume 93/Issue 6

Junior competes in national race

Carter Warren, junior, competed in the 2015 Cyclo-cross National Championship in Austin, Texas on January 12. “Cyclo-cross is like an obstacle course on your bike,” Carter said. Carter started racing BMX in third grade. In sixth grade, he switched to mountain biking, but it was not until last year that he started racing Cyclo-cross. Carter … Continue reading

Boys make a splash at conference
Erin Szablewski / Leah Jorn / Maya Schneider / Sports / Volume 93/Issue 6

Boys make a splash at conference

Boys swimming started on November 17, with coaches Rob McCabe and Sophia Schmidt, and captains Devon Brusnahan and Joe Stephenson, seniors, leading the way. “I like coaching boys; boys’ and girls’ personalities are a little different, so I can coach more to my natural habitat.” McCabe said. The team is strong in numbers and talent … Continue reading

Girls basketball team shoots and scores in conference
Nilesh Abraham / Sports / Volume 93/Issue 6

Girls basketball team shoots and scores in conference

After a conference championship winning 2014 season, the girls basketball team has continued their success and accomplished many of their season goals. Ashley Eimers, senior, said part of their success is due to the team dynamic. “The past few years, we’ve been a young team but this year the varsity team is all upperclassmen. This … Continue reading

Ari Schermer, pole vaulter
Elena Cruz / Sports / Volume 93/Issue 6

Ari Schermer, pole vaulter

Ari Schermer, junior and seasoned pole vaulter, was featured by 88.9 Radio Milwaukee on January 19 in an interview on his experience with the sport. The two minute interview centered on the gym Schermer attends, Get Vertical, located in Cedarburg. Interviewer Dori Zori talked of the year-long training facility and its impact on the athletes. … Continue reading

Akshaya Kannan / Madeline Wilson / Opinion / Volume 93/Issue 6

Everyone needs vaccinations

The U.S. recently suffered a measles outbreak of over fifty confirmed cases. This life threatening disease is preventable, but unfortunately, a number of people choose not to vaccinate themselves or their children. Measles is a dangerous and very contagious infection. Its symptoms include red eyes, cough, runny nose, high fever, diarrhea and rash. It can … Continue reading

Arts and Entertainment / Erin Szablewski / Volume 93/Issue 6

Nino’s pleases

Nino’s Southern Sides, a southern style restaurant, recently opened in Shorewood. The restaurant offers a variety of food hailing from the south, ranging from fried chicken to collard greens. Nino’s offers a cozy environment, perhaps due to the fact that it is mainly a carry-out restaurant. The setting includes a counter with chairs, as well … Continue reading

Students awarded for Scholastic submissions
Arts and Entertainment / Leah Jorn / Volume 93/Issue 6

Students awarded for Scholastic submissions

Young artists and writers receive recognition for their work Shorewood students annually participate in a competition called the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. This competition includes awards for visual arts such as film, photography, sculpting, graphic arts and painting, as well as written work including poetry, short stories, essays and scripts. Students in grades 7-12 … Continue reading