Boys lacrosse moves forward

  Logan Kelly (10) Q: How are you (and/or the team) preparing for the upcoming season? A: In terms of preparations for the season, there have been conditioning workouts throughout winter. The season has now started and during practice, we will do sprints from the end line to the midfield line (50-60 yards). On my … Continue reading

Holiday choir concert spreads cheer

As the community gathered for the annual choir holiday concert, chorus members spread cheer. On Wednesday Dec. 5, the seventh grade and eighth grade choir, Ensemble, high school choir, Symphonic Chorale, Cantus, and Synergy, an a cappella group, performed in the auditorium. The night was full of entertainment, with some of the junior high chorus … Continue reading

Student Council impacts members

Jack Henry (10), sophomore class Student Council president, spotlights his experiences in Student Council. “Student Council is a form of student government in the school. Students run a campaign for a position in council and the students’ respective grade votes for candidates. Student Council focuses on planning events like dances, fundraising, raising money for charity, … Continue reading

JV football reinstated

After dissolving the JV football team last year, the athletic department reinstated the team this fall. There wasn’t a 2013 JV football team because of the lack of players to build a full roster. This required all the players to be varsity, thus limiting time on the field for the novice players. “That’s the huge … Continue reading

Enter the dome

Along with many international students, we have many new students from a little closer to home. Lauren Tom (10) moved to Oakwood from The Air Force Academy of Colorado. Her military father, Lieutenant Colonel Tom, relocated to Wright Patterson Air Force Base. “Compared to my old school, the people are really classy here. It’s also … Continue reading

Boyer, explosive Indians cruise past Jacks

Last week it was a punishing Milton Union running game; this week it was a Carlisle aerial assault. Lead by junior quarterback Levi Boyer, the Carlisle Indians scored eight touchdowns in a 54-14 win over the Oakwood Lumberjacks on Saturday night. After nearby thunder and lightning postponed Friday night’s game until Saturday, both teams got … Continue reading

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