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Go Eagles: The girls lacrosse team after a scrimmage against Louisville. Im so proud of everything theyve done and cant wait to see what the future holds for the team, Rea said.

Building a team

Taylor Noe, Photography Editor March 17, 2023

A new sport was introduced to the Plain Local School District just seven short years ago. It wasn't only new; it was unexpected as well. Girls' lacrosse happens to be the sport. The GlenOak Girls Lacrosse...

Matt Calvert preparing to do a backstroke.

Boys swim relay participates in state

Lily Frazier, Staff Writer March 16, 2023

    The smell of chlorine permeates the air as excited chatter fills the stands. Boys from across Ohio take their starting positions on a row of spring boards. Once the official gives the signal, cheers...

UEFA Champions League Final Cardiff 2017

Champions League Guide for Dummies

Cam'Ron Ajebe, Staff Writer March 16, 2023

With the World Cup having come to such an exhilarating end this past December, many first-time soccer watchers have found themselves immersed in the sport. Although the hype since the World Cup has cooled,...

Brooklyn Maurer prepares to complete a backflip while competing on beam

GlenOak soars at Golden Eagle Invitational

Hannah Frederick, Staff Writer February 2, 2023

Thundering cheers echo through the North Canton YMCA gymnasium as a figure in a green and gold uniform takes the floor. It is Jan. 16, and over 100 gymnasts from all over Stark County are gathered to compete...

Donavan Mitchell during a game with the Boston Celtics. Just being in the NBA is crazy and also after every bucket that I make or every pass its kind of like, Woah, I just did that. Its been awesome, Mitchell said.

There’s a new king in Cleveland

Grayson Sampson, Staff Writer January 20, 2023

“The Cavaliers trailed by 21 in the second quarter, they come all the way back, and they do it behind one of the great performances in the history of the NBA,” announcer Adam Amin said in a voice that...

Teacher Julie Filliez and Silvia Molina pose in front of Filliezs door that Molina had decorated with a Messi poster.  The teachers rooted for the opposite teams during the World Cup and formed a friendly rivalry.

Teachers form rivalry during World Cup finals

Grayson Sampson and Cam'Ron Ajebe, Staff Writer December 20, 2022

A lot of the students and faculty at GlenOak were watching the World Cup, but with Argentina and France competing in the World Cup Final, two teachers were especially excited to see who would win. Spanish...

Junior Kathryn Chech attempts to pick up a split during a bowling game. [Splits] keep you on your toes, Chech said. If you make it, you feel like you just won an award.

Getting the ball rolling

Morgan Terakedis, Staff Writer December 16, 2022

     Following the Thanksgiving season, the only turkey on one's mind is the leftovers sitting in the fridge. However, for some people the word turkey sym-bowl-ises something entirely different. Rather...

Commitment graphic made by Alex Stefanelli

Sophomore makes verbal commitment to play baseball

Aiden Kerr, Staff Writer December 16, 2022

On Oct. 30, sophomore Quincy Mazeke verbally committed to the University of Cincinnati. This is a monumental moment for an athlete who has been dreaming of playing Division I ever since he picked up a...

During the first home football game of the season, junior Avantae Burt runs back to his team on the sidelines after a play. “My favorite part of the season is the Federal League game because its more intense,” Burt said.

Huddle up! Football recap

Zoe Elmore, Staff Writer November 28, 2022

It's Friday night, you’re cold, and the team has just scored a touchdown. You can hear your cheering as you all standing up. You watch the game, standing on edge. The end of the fourth quarter comes...

Coach Bryan Krosse, Jacob Harms, Brandon Harper, Braedon Paolini, Canaan Sommers, Tesfaye Young,  Tommy Rice, Wesley Marsden,  Ryan Bridenthal, Sean Lynch, Andrew Harold, coach Amanda Wightman, and coach Mark Mazzaferri at the State Cross Country Meet on Nov. 5.  “What helped the team get to the state meet was coach Krosse’s emphasis on being the grittiest team on the course from day one of practice. This focused each runner on doing their best even when sick or sore and not letting their teammates down,” Mazzaferri said.

The grittiest team on the course

Caris Lantz, Staff Writer November 18, 2022

For any high school sports team, the winding road to the state championship is a long and grueling one. However, one team at GlenOak has traveled this path for two years in a row.  The boys cross country...

Fallon Domer, Chloe Garner, Brooklyn Walker, Evelyn Parr, Adrianna White, and Emma Pooley huddle together during a game. There was definitely some stress going into each game, Garner said.

Kick it up a notch

Morgan Terakedis, Staff Writer November 8, 2022

     While soccer may not be America’s favorite pastime, it is certainly the most popular international sport. Whether it goes by the name of soccer or fútbol, people around the world tune in regularly...

GlenOak golfer swings while teammate watches.

Seniors tee off to a great season

Zachary Gemma, Editor in Chief September 30, 2022
“Golf is always unpredictable though so anyone can become a tough opponent.”
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