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McNicholas journalists experience Reds High School Media Day

By Spencer Schultz and David Waterman During their first 10-game home stand of the 2017 season, the Cincinnati Reds held their first high school media day on Apr. 20. Reds High School Media Day is focused on introducing high school journalists to the behind-the-scenes role of the media within Major League Baseball. Seniors Spencer Schultz … Continue reading

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Sports play of the month: Softball defeats Fenwick

On Friday, April 21, the McNick Rockets defeated the Fenwick Falcons 8-5 on the road at Fenwick. As of April 25, MaxPreps has the Rockets standing 9-2 overall and 6-0 in their conference. The varsity team includes freshman Emma Melcher, sophomores Hope Bridgers, Abby Bryll, Jessica Carnes, Alyssa Herper, Kelly Strotman, and Lillie Zimmerman, and … Continue reading

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Rockets commit to college athletics

On April 12, senior athletes Zane Brownrigg and Chris Dunne signed National Letters of Intent to play their respective sports at the college level starting with the 2017-2018 school year. Deciding to continue their golf careers, Brownrigg signed to Methodist University, and Dunne signed to Wittenberg University. This was McNick’s final signing day of the … Continue reading

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Sports Play of the Month: Women’s lacrosse falls to Centerville at home opener

The Women’s Lacrosse Team fell to the Centerville Elks on March 22 at their home opener. The Rockets came off a 6-15 loss to Anderson the night before. As of March 23, the Rockets were 0-2 with their next game on April 5 at McAuley High School. The starting lineup for the Rockets includes midfielders … Continue reading

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Theology teacher Teresa Davis' E Bell Comparative World Religions' class celebrates the traditional Indian holiday of Holi on May 15. Students paid $2.50 each to participate, throwing the colors on the practice field in Paradise.