Tag Archives: Lacrosse

StringKing Metal Shaft Redefines Lacrosse Shafts

StringKing Metal Shaft Redefines Lacrosse Shafts

Posted on 11. Dec, 2015 by .

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StringKing creates a game-changing shaft By Nathan Junk Lacrosse is often viewed as the fastest game on two feet, and to play fast, you need equipment that is built for speed. A players stick should be the lightest piece of equipment he or she owns. This has been a difficult task for lacrosse manufacturers’ to […]

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College Commits

College Commits

Posted on 05. Dec, 2014 by .

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UAHS students commit to play college-level sports

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Sports Spread

Sports Spread

Posted on 29. May, 2013 by .

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As temperatures heat up, so does the Spring season at UAHS. Boys Volleyball taken by: Natasha Ringnalda Girls Softball taken by:  Natasha Ringnalda Baseball taken by: Maria Berger Girls Lacrosse taken by: Bill Wilmer Boys Tennis taken by: Lexy Elliott

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Signed Stars

Signed Stars

Posted on 20. May, 2013 by .

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Students commit to college athletic programs by Elizabeth Tzagournis, ’13 The shouts of students clad in the cardinal and white attire of Stanford University fill the stadium as the lacrosse game begins with the pivotal faceoff draw. This atmosphere is a dream that could turn reality for sophomore Molly Plasket. Plasket, as well as other […]

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Reclaiming The Title

Posted on 27. Mar, 2013 by .

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The UAHS boys lacrosse team practice their offensive plays at a boys lacrosse practice. The team hopes to reclaim the title of Midwest champions, which was last earned in 2011. Boys lacrosse team looks to improve, players express preseason expectations by carlyTOVELL, ’13 The 2013 UAHS boys lacrosse team has it out for the shamrocks […]

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Butting Heads

Posted on 25. Oct, 2012 by .

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Concussions cause athletes to suffer on and off the field, reflect on experiences by Emma Klebe, ’13 and Carly Tovell, ’13 Imagine the moment an athlete’s eyes pierce open to the stadium lights overhead after a hard hit. Trainers surround the player as the athlete walks off the field feeling dizzy and nautious. Hard hits […]

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Bears in Action

Bears in Action

Posted on 04. May, 2012 by .

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Midway through the season, spring athletes demonstrate skill during practices, games By Victoria Slater, ’12 Athlete Insights Boys Volleyball Senior Captain Michael Schroer Q: Boys volleyball isn’t as well known as other sports. How are you going about changing that? Schroer: We are really trying to get the word out via Kickin ‘ It Live […]

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Pay to Play?

Posted on 05. May, 2011 by .

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By Corey McMahon and Parijat Jha At Upper Arlington High School, the participation fee for each sport is $85. Can you imagine having to pay more than six times as much for all sports at the high school? This could be the case next year for Pickerington schools, where the district is set to impose […]

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Pay to Play: The bigger picture

Posted on 05. May, 2011 by .

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By Corey McMahon The issue of educational budget cuts has implications beyond just athletics and extracurricular activities. Given current economic conditions and educational policy changes at state and local levels, broad cuts are being made at schools across central Ohio. In the agenda for the April 11 meeting, the Pickerington Board of Education announced it […]

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Continuing in College

Posted on 21. May, 2010 by .

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By Alison Gilbert With college less than a year away, senior student-athletes prepare to transition from high school to collegiate sports With college decisions made and graduation nearing, most high school seniors are preparing for the next step in their educational careers. For seniors like Lauren Hanover and Cris Miranda, college promises not only scholastic […]

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Sophomore Savoir

Sophomore Savoir

Posted on 05. Oct, 2009 by .

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Sophomore Connor Casey shares his experiences with the previous Basketball and Lacrosse seasons, and the ones upcoming this year. The sweat drips from his finger tips.  The buzzer is about to sound, sending the game into overtime, or ending it completely.  Connor Casey lines up to take his foul shot and shoots. Q: So Connor, […]

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