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Why Michael Jordan is still better than LeBron James

Why Michael Jordan is still better than LeBron James

Mark Walters, Student Writer

April 21, 2018


Filed under Sports

This topic gets brought up in almost every basketball discussion: Who’s the better player, LeBron James or Michael Jordan? In my mind it is hard to compare the two because they both played at different times and also both played different positions. The argument still comes up a lot, so I wanna sha...

A jump start: Volleyball trains athletes for basketball

A jump start: Volleyball trains athletes for basketball

Coach K, Guest Writer

April 11, 2018


Filed under Sports

A message from Coach K. Athletes who excel in basketball also excel in volleyball. Cross training a player in one sport to play another is a great idea. Volleyball and basketball compliment each other by incorporating similar skills. Eye, hand and foot coordination is key in both sports. Basketball...

Boys win 1st track & field meet (84-65)

Boys win 1st track & field meet (84-65)

Aaron Miller, Editor & Writer

April 11, 2018


Filed under Track & Field

On Tuesday, April 10, the Trojan track & field team beat the Royals of Holy Redeemer 84-65.   Boys Joseph Ammons placed 1st in the 100 (Adam Eckhart, 2nd) and 200. Adam Eckhart, Keanu Ammons, Matt Wrubel, Joseph Ammons placed 1st in the 4x1 relay. Jonathan Krzywicki placed 1st in 110 ...

2018 UNICO selection

Eric Jeffries, Student Writer

April 10, 2018


Filed under Football, Sports

Football season is long gone. The stadium lights that burned so bright on fall Friday nights are out cold. The bleachers once alive with the cheers of fans and school pride have been empty for months. The field of green grass contrasted by sharp white lines are now a muddy mess due to the melted snow of ...

Nanticoke athletes earn spot on WVC All-star team

Derek Kurkoski, Student Writer

April 10, 2018


Filed under Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Swimming

Nanticoke Area winter athletes have had an outstanding season. Many have earned spots on the WVC All-star team. The all-star team has been formed with the best athletes from the conference, and our all-stars have earned the spot through their hard training in the off season and their ability to take...

March Madness 2018

Collin Brown, Guest Writer

April 4, 2018


Filed under Sports

The NCAA Men’s basketball tournament, popularly known as March Madness, captures the attention of millions of Americans and fans worldwide annually. March Madness 2018 was filled with many upsets, Cinderella stories, and games for the history books. The Villanova Wildcats won the 68-team tournament as o...

Trojan volleyball

Mark Walters and Derek Kurkoski

March 28, 2018


Filed under Boys Volleyball

Last season ended in heartbreak as the Trojans were one win away from making the playoffs. After losing a combined 9 players, the Trojans will have to rely on the only returning senior, Carlos Castillo, to step up and to lead them. With very little experience, players like senior Carlos Castillo,...

Trojanette softball looking forward to another successful season

Trojanette softball looking forward to another successful season

Mark Walters and Derek Kurkoski

March 26, 2018


Filed under Softball

The history of Trojanette softball has been nothing less than stellar in the recent years. Another upcoming season means that expectations are once again high. Losing five key seniors who played a huge role in the Trojanette's conference tittle last year will give the 2018 softball team all the motivation...

GNA cheerleading: continuing a tradition

GNA cheerleading: continuing a tradition

Allison Williams, Student Writer

March 19, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Cheerleading

The spirit that fills the stands during a GNA athletic event is contagious. The school spirit exuded by our student body is exceptional. Despite the size of the student body as a whole, the cheerleaders have a lead role, helping to create the atmosphere at every game. The GNA cheerleading squad...

Trojan baseball

Mark Walters and Derek Kurkoski

March 12, 2018


Filed under Baseball

The last two years have been a struggle for the Nanticoke baseball team, and this year it looks like another challenge is awaiting the Trojans. With only three seniors returning, two of which were starters last season, Coach Yudichak expects many of the underclassmen to step up and help the Trojans...

Trojan basketball closes season in Bethlehem

Trojan basketball closes season in Bethlehem

Aaron Miller, Editor & Writer

March 12, 2018


Filed under Boys Basketball

The Trojan basketball season came to a close after Friday night's game against Bethlehem Catholic at Liberty High School in Bethlehem. After a successful season (20-6), the end came sooner than we had all hoped. After only 8 minutes into the game, BECAHI led our Trojans 19-3. At half, we had only...

Trojanettes take hard loss, but keep heads high

Trojanettes take hard loss, but keep heads high

Aaron Miller, Editor & Writer

March 1, 2018


Filed under Girls Basketball

On Thursday night, the varsity Trojanettes suffered a hard loss against Scranton Prep in the PIAA District 2 Class 4A Championship game at the Mohegan Sun Arena. Fans came from all around to see our Trojanettes in action yet again at the Arena for a gold medal, but this time around, things didn't...

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