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January 23, 2018


New Rivalry Heats Up

For years, the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees have been the biggest rivalry in baseball, and even sports history; however, now that David Ortiz, Alex Rodriguez, and Derek Jeter have retired, this rivalry has died down. With this vacancy of a rivalry, a new one has flourished. The Blue Jays and Rangers are

Softball Swings Into Action

One of the most successful teams at Woodland, is the softball team. The Hawks have made it to the state tournament since 2003. With Coach Luddy at the helm, the team looks to take a trip to the state tournament for the fifteenth straight year. After a .500 season (10-10), Woodland will look to be

NFL Free Agency Preview

With the Franchise Tag Deadline behind, we can now look forward to the free agency frenzy which opens up on March 7th. Here are the Top 15 players that will be available when the market opens up and some potential landing spots become available.   1.Alshon Jeffery, WR, Chi Jeffery has had troubles with injuries

The Curious Case of the Boston Celtics

  Now that the trade deadline is behind us, there’s been one storyline that may not be discussed often but what I think may be one of the more enticing stories as we head towards the end of the year. The fact that the Boston Celtics, who are currently 2nd in the East with a

Girls Basketball Senior Night

The Girl’s Basketball team wrapped up their regular season against the Kaynor Tech Panthers on February 16th. Hosting their senior night festivities, the Hawks hoped to improve on their 8-11, and a NVL record of 3-5. After losing 3 straight games, the team looked to bring some momentum into the state tournament. The Hawks are

The Falcons Improbable Run to Glory

Before the beginning of the season, there were more bets for the Browns to win the Super Bowl than the Atlanta Falcons. The Browns ended up going 1-15 while the Falcons were able to knock off the Green Bay Packers to win the NFC Divisional Crown. So how did the Falcons get to this point?

Winter Sports Warming Up

As the 2016 fall sports season finishes and falls cold, the winter sports are just warming up. The long months of winter for Woodland athletes will be filled with consecutive practices and nail biting games and meets. High expectations remain for some while improvements are on the minds of others. Girl’s Indoor Track As the

Wednesday Night Lights: PowderPuff 2016

In all sports, practice matters. And nowhere was that more apparent than the 2016 Woodland PowderPuff Classic. In a 28-0 rout, The Black Team, led by PowderPuff Champion coach, Chris Decker, demonstrated just how important practice is for a team. Led by impressive performances by Megen Sirowich, the ladies in black ran right through Coach

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