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Trojan/Titan Showdown

Trojan/Titan Showdown

Lauren Stallman, EMS Press Staff

September 15, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

As you know, it’s football season. For us who live in Traverse City this means going cool crisp fall games, staring at a brightly illuminated field, watching the student sections cheer wildly, and hoping for a win for the Trojans. But there’s one game that has a special place in Traverse City’s hear...

Weekly Sports Rundown

Weekly Sports Rundown

Jake VanHorn Michael Booher Max Ulatowski, Trojan TV Reporters

April 6, 2017


Filed under Sports

Michael, Jake, and Max go over this week's professional and college sports.

Live Sports Coverage

Live Sports Coverage

January 9, 2017


Filed under Live Sports Coverage

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The Hardest Sports In The World

The Hardest Sports In The World

Sydney Flaherty, EMS Newspaper Staff

December 8, 2016


Filed under Sports

By Sydney Flaherty flahertysyd39@tcapsstudent.net I am a runner. I’ve told many that running two miles is a lot harder than tossing a ball or kicking a ball or catching a ball. Thanks to some research, I have now realized I’m wrong. But you probably are too. According to an ESPN study,  th...

NFL Going National?

NFL Going National?

Sydney Flaherty, EMS Newspaper Staff

December 5, 2016


Filed under Sports

Sydney Flaherty flahertysyd39@tcapsstudent.net I’m not an avid football follower and definitely don’t know any players by their names. But when I hear there was a possibility of an NFL franchise in London, I was nothing short of confused. How could an entire company just pack their bags and leav...

Limited Sports Knowledge

Limited Sports Knowledge

Evelyn Peterson, EMS Newspaper Staff

October 11, 2016


Filed under Sports

Evelyn Peterson petersoneve42@tcapsstudent.net   One thing that Americans count on is sports.  Whether it’s football, basketball, baseball, soccer or hockey, there’s always a game to watch.  However, most schools in America offer limited sport options. East has a pretty full sports progr...

Concussions

Concussions

April 18, 2016


Filed under Sports

Concussions stachnikmit35@tcapstudent.net By Staff Reporter Mitchell Stachnik Former San Diego Charger linebacker Junior Seau committed suicide on the morning of May 2, 2012, at only 43. Seau was known as a good person, playing for his hometown team for 12 years. He won the Walter Payton M...

Students Attend Special Olympics

Students Attend Special Olympics

April 11, 2016


Filed under Sports

March Madness

March Madness

Mitch Stachnik, EMS News Staff Reporter

April 6, 2016


Filed under Sports

By Staff Reporter Mitchell Stachnik stachnikmit35@tcapsstudent.net The Upsets of March Madness   March Madness is a month dedicated to college basketball. Sixty-eight of the top teams face off to crown the next NCAA college basketball champion. Most people fill out their brackets and hope t...

The Race Is On

The Race Is On

Claire Simpson, EMS News Staff Reporter

March 16, 2016


Filed under Sports, Student Life

By Staff Reporter Claire Simpson simpsoncla18@tcapsstudent.net   The sport Track and Field has been around since 776 B.C. when a cook named Koroibos won a 600 feet stadium race. This was the only athletic event in the games for the first 13 Olympic festivals.Track and field is still pla...

Golden State of Mind

Golden State of Mind

Mitch Stachnik, EMS News Staff Reporter

March 16, 2016


Filed under Sports

By Staff Reporter Mitchell Stachnik stachnikmit35@tcapsstudent.net   The Golden State Warriors are playing better than any NBA team right now and possibly better than any NBA team of all time. The Warriors have been on pace to beat the 95-96 Chicago Bulls for the best regular season reco...

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