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Dedicated Until the End

Dedicated Until the End

Kristin DiPede, Writer

December 15, 2014


Filed under Sports

Thinking of pushing through and actually pushing through are two things that go hand in hand. You have to do one before you do the other. Athletes, in particular, have to keep this in mind if they plan on accomplishing goals in their athletic career. In truth, it can be used for non-athletes too. Kayla...

First Ever College Football Playoff Field Announced

First Ever College Football Playoff Field Announced

Chris Angolia, Editor-in-cheif

December 15, 2014


Filed under Sports

On Sunday December 7, the first ever College Football Playoff field was announced by the College Football Playoff committee. The 12 member committee met for the final time to discuss the final College Football Playoff rankings. The committee, which is comprised of athletic directors from across the...

Florida Hires New Head Football Coach

Florida Hires New Head Football Coach

Chris Angolia, Editor-in-cheif

December 5, 2014


Filed under Sports

In 2013 the Florida Gators went 4-8 under head Coach Will Muschamp and many believed that 2014 was Muschamp’s final shot to impress Gator fans. Well, Muschamp did not do so great at impressing the Gator faithful. The Gators won their first two games of their 2014 campaign before falling to Alabama...

SJV Football’s Stellar Season

SJV Football’s Stellar Season

Chris Angolia, Editor-In-Chief

November 24, 2014


Filed under School News, Sports

Saint John Vianney’s football program has not always been at the forefront of the school’s athletic history. When SJV was brought up in a conversation regarding sports many people would take that conversation directly towards girls’ basketball or softball due to their recent successes on the State...

Pictures from the Homecoming Game 10-31-14

Pictures from the Homecoming Game 10-31-14

Stephanie Brogna, Co-Editor-in-Chief/ Photographer

November 5, 2014


Filed under Photos, School News, Sports

Final score 55-14 SJV improves season to 8-0

SJV Girls’ Volleyball Stellar Season

SJV Girls’ Volleyball Stellar Season

Emily Mungo, Writer

October 31, 2014


Filed under School News, Sports

On Monday, October 27, the SJV Girls’ Volleyball team played in the Shore Conference at Georgian Court University. With their recording being 16-1 in the regular season, the girls knew they could defeat two tough teams, Marlboro and Barnegat.   “We knew that playing Barnegat and Marlboro wer...

NFL Half Way Around the World

NFL Half Way Around the World

Nick LaRosa, Sports Writer

October 28, 2014


Filed under Sports

The NFL has expanded to new heights, now having 3 games a year in London. The NFL plans on having up to five games next season in England, even though the city is pushing for its own NFL team. If the NFL expands, there would be a great chance that a team would be in London. Although a team isn’t...

The Road to the 2015 Final Four Begins

The Road to the 2015 Final Four Begins

Chris Angolia, Editor-In-Chief

October 24, 2014


Filed under Sports

It is that time of year again, the time when preseason polls are released and campuses around America are being dominated by college basketball fans. Perhaps the most exciting part about the start of college basketball season is midnight madness. Midnight madness is a spectacle on college campuses...

The Revival of SJV’s School Spirit

The Revival of SJV’s School Spirit

Chris Angolia, Editor-In-Chief

October 3, 2014


Filed under School News, Sports

In 2014, the SJV Football team is off to a 4-0 start, their first since 1998. Lancer Football has certainly brought back the spirit of the SJV student section, better known as Lancer Nation. In the past few years, the SJV football team has struggled resulting in a minimal interest in support. But...

Jeter Did it His Way

Jeter Did it His Way

Danielle Ciupinski, Writer

September 30, 2014


Filed under Sports

September 25, 2014 will be remembered as the day New York Yankee fans everywhere said goodbye not only to a legend, but to the heart of the Yankees. Derek Jeter played his last game as the shortstop and captain for the Yankees on that night. Jeter was the first player to be named captain since Thurman...

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