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Franchises Prepare for the NFL Draft

Lucas Alvarez, Staff Writer

May 2, 2016

This year’s NFL Draft will take place in Chicago from April 28th-30th. The Los Angeles Rams and the Philadelphia Eagles have the 1st and 2nd picks respectively. There is no clear cut best prospect in this year’s class, but most draft analysts agree that Laremy Tunsil of Mississippi, Jared Goff from the U...

Contract Disputes Hinder U.S. Women’s Soccer

Julia Gardener, Sports Editor

May 2, 2016

   On July 2nd, 2015, the US Women's National Soccer team made history with a World Cup victory. An astounding 5-2 blowout over Japan put the women on top of the world for a record third time in 25 years. A win of this magnitude sent the nation into a frenzy when they touched back into the US....

Lady Rams Swing for Success

Jaime Davis, Staff Writer

May 2, 2016

                  Clear skies and warmer weather marked the start of this year's spring sports season for the Ramsey High School girls so. However, the softball team had a head start and participated in ESPN's Wide World of Sports s...

Opinion: Zika’s danger for Rio Olympics

Jack Bush, Staff Writer

March 3, 2016

The outbreak of the Zika Virus has caused much concern throughout the world. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or the CDC, the disease has spread to 28 different countries and territories in Central and South America, and the public has been advised not to visit the region...

NBA Trade Deadline Passes With Little Fan Fair

Christian Milcos, Editor-In-Cheif

March 2, 2016

​As the trade deadline day passes by once again, many NBA teams decided to stand pat with their team as currently constituted. Fans didn't experience the chaos that ensued during the last hour of the 2015 deadline. Rumored deals with big names such as Dwight Howard and Blake Griffin never transpired...

8 Ramsey Athletes to Continue Competing at the Collegiate Level

Christian Milcos, Editor-In-Cheif

March 1, 2016

On February 3rd, several RHS students signed on to play sports at the collegiate level at either Division I, II, or III. Signing Day is an annual tradition for high schools seniors across America. Ramsey sends around half a dozen students every year to play a variety of sports at the next level....

Newton Storms Out of Press Conference; NFL Suffers

Lucas Alvarez, Staff Writer

March 1, 2016

Due to the massive audience professional athletes have on social media, it is important now more than ever that they act as role models both on and off the field.  Unfortunately, following the biggest game of the NFL season, Cam Newton, one of the NFL’s top stars, failed to live up to these expectations...

Boys Basketball Looks to Improve on Last Year’s Success

Boys Basketball Looks to Improve on Last Year’s Success

Jon Turk, Staff Writer

January 7, 2016

  The Ramsey Boys Varsity Basketball team defied all odds last season when they reached the sectional final for the first time since 1964. Led by senior captains Joey Carroll, Michael Cirilli, and Jack Gaffney, the team hopes to build on last year's success. After losing three seniors from last...

Recruiting Scandal Overshadows Lousiville’s Basketball Season

Jack Bush, Staff Writer

January 7, 2016

Recruiting high school players to the college level is a very important process for national championship contending college basketball teams. The goal of every university is to bring in young talent to help improve their respective programs and to have consistent success at the division 1 level. Players...

After 20 Seasons and 5 Championships Kobe Bryant Calls it Quits

Ben Ashmore, Staff Writer

January 7, 2016

Undoubtably one of the greatest basketball players of all time, Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers has announced his retirement that will commence following his 20th season in the National Basketball Association finishes in April. Kobe Bryant shows us what it means to leave a true legacy as he will...

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