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Are MLB Pace Of Play Rules Hurting The Game?

Are MLB Pace Of Play Rules Hurting The Game?

Evan Katz, Staff Writer April 26, 2021

Recently, under new Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred, there were changes made to several rules. This has caused plenty of uproar from fans and people that love the game of baseball.   One...

Opinion: Gender equality in training rooms a must

Opinion: Gender equality in training rooms a must

Abby Chayet, Staff Writer April 5, 2021

A short tour of the training rooms used by male and female players during the NCAA March Madness tournament revealed many inequalities. The men's training room was state of the art. Every necessary and...

Why March Madness is the Best

Why March Madness is the Best

Hayden Buckfire, Staff Writer April 5, 2021

The postseason in sports determines who goes home as champions. However, not all postseason formats are created equal. Some have chaos with many upsets, while others have mostly parity. March Madness,...

Big Ten are Big Losers

Big Ten are Big Losers

Seth Kruger, Managing Editor April 4, 2021

The return of March Madness has been extremely sweet this year. Streaming constant basketball is an undeniably satisfying option to have again after the tournament was cancelled last year.    All...

Pistons at Wizards 1/18/14

Top 3 Destinations for Andre Drummond

Ashton Taylor, Staff Writer March 28, 2021

As the trade deadline passes, the all-star center from the Cleveland Cavaliers, Andre Drummond, is getting bought out. The 27-year-old is averaging 17.5 points, 13.5 rebounds, 1.6 steals, and 1.2 blocks...

March Madness Updates and Upsets

March Madness Updates and Upsets

Max Melamed, Staff Writer March 25, 2021

March Madness has begun and like always, there are some upsets. This year, there have been more outlandish losses than usual. Although the average first-round upsets in March Madness since 1965 is about...

Top Ten Super Bowl Commercials

Top Ten Super Bowl Commercials

Benji Stern, Staff Writer February 15, 2021

Watching the Super Bowl with friends and family is a long-standing American tradition. Some watch for the sport, some for the halftime show, and then there are the select few of us who watch for the commercials....

What are Sports Fans Doing Without Sports?

What are Sports Fans Doing Without Sports?

Brandon Yaker, Staff Writer April 15, 2020

For the first time ever, our world is without sports. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, sports leagues around the world have been cancelled along with pretty much everything else. We are witnessing history...

Tom to Tampa?

Tom to Tampa?

Gabe Singer, Staff Writer March 22, 2020

In the 2000 NFL Draft, a reeling New England Patriots organization took a sixth round chance on an adequate-armed, bony, unathletic twenty-one year old quarterback. Six Super Bowls, Three MVPs, and 249...

Signing day for BHHS athletes

Signing day for BHHS athletes

Brandon Yaker, Staff Writer December 21, 2019

For a handful of BHHS students, high school will not be the final stop in their athletic careers. On November 13, seven Black Hawks signed their NCAA National Letters of Intent to play college sports next...

Signing off

Signing off

Marlee Sacksner, Section Editor November 22, 2019

Imagine: you are on the football field, your coach is screaming calls, the crowd is cheering you on, but you cannot hear any of it. Devin Holmes, also known as “DK,” was a captain and defensive starter...

New Athletic Committee Forming at BHHS

New Athletic Committee Forming at BHHS

Gabe Singer, Staff Writer November 9, 2019

Across the country, athletes and administrations at all levels are forming new, innovative committees aimed at improving athletics within their schools.   According to BHHS Athletic Director Avis...

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