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Together is better; coed sports for the win

A modern debate that is slowly inching its controversial conversation across society is one that could soon burst through into mainstream discussion. The debate is over whether organized sports should be coed or not. The three main points to this argument are concerns with safety, fairness and performance, and making contact in contact sports. The … Continue reading

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Men’s tennis team aims to ace the season

The McNick Men’s Tennis Team started their season April 5 and continue through May. They played their first game April 5 against Fenwick and lost 1-4. The team is made up of fourteen students and is coached by Brian Combs who has been the coach for three years. “I love coaching at McNick because the … Continue reading

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Bump, set, spike: Men’s volleyball begins new season

The McNick Men’s Volleyball Varsity and JV Teams played their first game of the season over Spring Break. Both teams lost to Fenwick and the Varsity team lost their second game against Alter. The teams made a comeback at their game on April 5 against Roger Bacon, where they both won.  “We tried our best … Continue reading

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Softball season starts with high expectations

The Varsity Softball Team’s regular season began on April 1, against Walnut Hills, where they won 13-2.  They were also part of a tournament that took place at New Richmond where they lost to Hilltop High School, a school near Toledo, and beat Grant County High School. There are twelve players on the varsity team … Continue reading

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Students color a mandala during Activity Lunch in the McNicholas library. Activity Lunches, held every Wednesday in the library, include activities such as coloring, puzzles, and other activities. McNicholas Assistant Librarian Jane Ray says that the activities give students an opportunity to relax and relieve themselves of any stress during the day.


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