Penguins Blow Out the Flyers

The first game of this metropolitan division matchup allowed the Penguins to make a major statement.  By Margie Dillman, Sports Editor  After seasons characterized by astonishing perseverance, the number two ranked Pittsburgh Penguins met the number three Philadelphia Flyers in Game One of the Stanley Cup quarterfinals on April 11. This battle for Pennsylvania is not a…

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Brackets Destroyed in One Fell Swoop

March Madness brackets ripped apart by upset after upset.  By Margie Dillman, Sports Editor  Before the NCAA tournament started, it seemed that the No. 1 ranked UVA Cavaliers would take it all the way. More people picked UVA than any other school to win everything, but these plans came crashing down at 9:20 on Friday…

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Tabb Soccer Plays Gloucester A Freezing Thursday Night

The Tabb soccer teams showed that their skill hasn’t diminished in the offseason, and are pushing just as hard as ever to make it back to States.  By: Margie Dillman, Sports Editor  Both the Tabb varsity teams faced off against Gloucester High School on Thursday night, and played astonishingly well for the 30-degree weather they…

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Philadelphia Eagles Soar to Their First Lombardi

Eagles vs Patriots proves to be an even and exciting matchup.  Margie Dillman, Co-Editor in Chief  Before the 52nd Superbowl kicked off Sunday night, both Philadelphia and Boston were chock full of nervous energy in every sense of the word. For New England, the hope for a second Lombardi trophy in as many years was…

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Americans Taking the Olympics Head On

A breakdown in America’s medals   By; Taylor Carr, Ed-in-Chief   Pyeongchang is the 2018 Winter Olympics host. With a diverse terrain, erratic weather, and a unique culture, this year’s games have the potential to be unforgettable. Team U.S.A arrived in Pyeongchang with 244 athletes, the largest at the games, with at least one competitor in each…

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