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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.”
Freshmen Andrew Harold running at Wooster.

Freshmen on the cross country team

Lucy Howell, Photography Editor September 29, 2022

A new year, a new school and a new team. Freshmen have a lot to adjust to when transferring to the high school, including the athletes of the school. They do not always know what to expect.  The freshmen...

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.

Junior captain leads the team

Gianna Cavalier, Staff Writer September 23, 2022

  At the very beginning of the football season a few select players are chosen to be team captains.   Seniors players are most commonly chosen for these roles but one student proves that this is...

Senior Natalie Stepanovich plays a game against Perry High School. Stepanovich recently accepted a D1 scholarship to play volleyball.

Volleyball player makes D1 commitment

Peyton Teter, Staff Writer September 13, 2022

After seven years of time and dedication, Natalie Stepanovich has made her choice to further her education at Robert Morris University.   Natalie has committed D1 to play volleyball and is planning...

Wrestling to comeback on top

Gennie Dimmerling, Staff Writer May 20, 2022

        After landing awkwardly on his leg, junior Brandon Batson tries to get up and walk it off. When realizing he could not, panic started to set in. His face gets hot and the world seems...

Junior Layne Studer pole faults this spring at Lake.  Studer has been pole vaulting since middle school.

Pole vaulter works to beat his current PR

Anna Perticarini, Staff Writer May 16, 2022

To those who have not tried pole vaulting, it may appear intimidating, like any sport may seem to someone who has not tried it. Some athletes may find it easier than others, especially those with years...

Wrestlers Romeo Magueyal, Ronnie Dimmerling and Brandon Batson walking in their send off to states.

From Canton to Columbus

Mia Russo, Sports Editor April 14, 2022

From the wrestling team fighting off sickness to dealing with injuries mid-season, two wrestlers made it to Columbus to compete for the state championship, with another wrestler as an alternative.  Wrestlers...

Seniors Madelyn Eash, Jenna Simmons, Ella Tyler and Olivia Welch pose for a picture at the end of competition in December.  The cheerleaders qualified for states four times in the past four years.

Cheerleaders make fourth appearance in a row at State

Sophia Perticarini, News Editor April 11, 2022

 The cheer team at GlenOak made it to states for the fourth time in four years.      Going to states requires two types of competition routines: gameday division and competition division.       Gameday...

Young team makes it to districts

Young team makes it to districts

Jacob Harms, Staff Writer March 3, 2022

Brick walls bleached from sun, stark signage, and simple, steel-framed windows. From the outside, Canton’s C.T Branin Natatorium does not tell any interesting stories. Visit on a weeknight, however,...

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