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The Spartan Star

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The Spartan Star

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Senior Sprinter & Jumper Races to Junior Olympics

Senior Sprinter & Jumper Races to Junior Olympics

By Bethany Peoples, Contributing Writer July 29, 2022
Senior track athlete Bethany Peoples hopes her second time is the charm at Junior Olympics.
Bulls Get Guard Pick With Promise

Bulls Get Guard Pick With Promise

By Michael Pastere, Rising Freshman June 24, 2022
"Terry...made fans of many executives thanks to his personality and how he's interviewed."
Golden State Warriors Get Back To Their Winning Ways

Golden State Warriors Get Back To Their Winning Ways

By Jonathan Dortch, Rising Freshman June 17, 2022
The Warriors showed exceptional teamwork in their two explosive quarters which gave them a 21-point lead heading into the 3rd Quarter.
Whos out of NBA Playoffs as Funny as Whos In

Who’s out of NBA Playoffs as Funny as Who’s In

By Zion Nelson, Sports Critic April 25, 2022
He’s been exceptional on defense. Ben Simmons has not allowed a single point to be scored on him this season. 
NBA Playoff Predictions (and Coverage)

NBA Playoff Predictions (and Coverage)

By Marcus Bobbitt, NBA Prognosticator April 25, 2022
Will Giannis Antetokounmpo's Bucks make it two championships in a row?
NFL Means Not For Long (or No Fans Left)

NFL Means Not For Long (or No Fans Left)

By Zion Nelson, NFL Reporter April 1, 2022
The Browns have been exceptional when it comes to quarterbacks.
After a long winter strike, Major League players have emerged from a winter strike  to take the field.

Baseball Back on Schedule After Winter Strike/Lockout Ends

By Kevin Denty March 14, 2022
Opening Day is set to start April 7 with these changes made within the game. The season had been set to start on March 29 before it was delayed by the strike. 
Womens Basketball Deserves More Fans To Celebrate Their Success

Women’s Basketball Deserves More Fans To Celebrate Their Success

By Brooklyn Allen March 14, 2022
“We had a tremendous season,” Coach Murray told The Spartan Star via e-mail.  “A total group bought into our team philosophy of 5-as-1” Murray said, “wanting to be a part of something bigger than themselves. [I’m] So very proud of the people they are [and] not just the basketball players they are.”  
Spartan Fencing Lunges Forward

Spartan Fencing Lunges Forward

By Trinity Cowles February 28, 2022

Fencing honestly, is not a sport that many people talk about! You may think of fencing as two knights battling to the death to save their fair maiden; the romantic tragic side of things, but since then...

Baranskis work means Spartan wrestling should have success for years to come.

Spartan Wrestles His Way to State as Freshman

February 19, 2022
“Joey is on track to be a really good wrestler and an even better young man.”
Nyah Moustakas ‘22 and Erica Sledge ‘22 sign to 
continue their athletic careers at their respective schools.

Signing-Off to Play at the Next Level

By Kaitlyn Nichols February 14, 2022
Seven seniors show that success is very much within reach for those willing to put in the work. 
Spartans Mens Basketball Starts Season With Early Wins

Spartans Men’s Basketball Starts Season With Early Wins

By Jayla Scarver December 16, 2021
So far, the Spartans “all” took them to the championship game of the Chicago Heights Classic tournament earlier this season. After stacking up a three-game win streak, the Spartans lost the title game, 51-49 to Hillcrest. 
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