By Emma Anderson
Submerging yourself under freezing cold water at the crack of dawn does not seem like the best way to start your Saturday morning, but that is exactly what a group of FC students and many more did last weekend.
On Feb. 18 at Deam lake approximately 300 people jumped into 48 degree water all for the sole purpose to raise money for the Special Olympics.
Continue reading Students take part in Polar Plunge last weekend
By Miranda Legg
With focus and determination, members of the boys’ cross country team looked for the finish line during last week’s cross country meet at Saint Xavier.
As this year’s season gets underway, the team looks to their seniors to lead them to the right direction.
“As seniors we’ve all grown up a little bit and we have definitely taken on more responsibilities in helping out the younger or even less experienced guys. If any of us see anything going wrong we’ll be sure to help out or help pick up whichever teammate it is that’s feeling down or feeling the cross season fatigue,” said senior Chance Schickel. “I’d say personally my message for the new guys coming in that is that it doesn’t start out fast for everyone, but you just have to trust the grind and the results will come.” Continue reading Boys’ cross country team looks to build on successful season
By Miranda Legg and Sam Weiser
Photos by Miranda Legg
With a determined look on his face and sweat rolling down his neck, sophomore Ryan Shean goes up to the net to hit the ball at tennis practice on Wednesday, Aug.12.
“A lot of us put countless hours in during the summer to get in shape so we can get better and be one of the best teams in the state,” said Shean.
Continue reading Boys’ tennis team strives for triumphant season