The Future of Spring Sports

Carly Utterback, Writer | January 25, 2021

This past year has been a very difficult time for student-athletes. It is especially difficult when their season is up in the air. Fall sports were almost canceled and the Spring sports season is still raising concern. Most teams have already started practice, but they are taking extra precautions when it comes to social distancing and slowing the spread of Covid-19. The Lady Admirals softball team...

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Is Taking A Gap Year A Bad Idea?

Rylee Stewart, Writer | January 22, 2021

  As people prepare to enter adulthood, the first thing they must decide when they graduate from high school is what they want to do with their lives. For some, this can mean getting a job right out of high school and start working, but for most, their next step is to go to college and get a degree. There has always been a stigma surrounding choosing to work instead of going to school for...

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England’s Struggle with the Virus

Alex Hoyt, Writer
January 19, 2021

England has recently been one of the worst countries for the COVID-19 virus. After the Christmas vacations, the COVID cases spiked in England. The hospitals are having to make hard decisions on who gets to get treated and who is a lost cause. For example, if someone is more likely to die from the virus they will not get any treatment. The amount of oxygen used for the severely ill patients has made...

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Covid-19 and the schools new ways of learning

Emma Amerson, Writer
January 19, 2021

There are many different ways that COVID-19 has affected people and their daily lives. That being said lots of people say that it has affected students, teachers, and staff a lot more than it affected others. Many different students have different preferences when it comes to their learning during the new semester. While some people enjoy learning virtual, some people learn better in school. There’s...

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Outer Banks Season One

Chance Vann, Writer
January 21, 2021

INCLUDES SPOILERS! Netflix Original Outer Banks by Jonas Pate, premiered streaming on Netflix on April 15, 2020 and was the most popular show that was watched in 2020. In fact, there were only two other shows in 2020 that were more popular than Outer Banks...Tiger King and Ozark. Outer Banks is filled with mystery and suspense. Throughout the story a group of teenagers search for a legendary treasure...

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Logan Paul is Fighting Floyd Mayweather in February

Jack Carasso, Author
December 9, 2020

Former Vine star, Logan Paul, is on the come up in the boxing scene. He has decided to go professional and is currently 0-1 along with a tie against KSI. He has recently challenged former boxing megastar Floyd Mayweather Jr. to a fight, and he accepted. Mayweather retired in 2017 with a 50-0 record along with fifteen major world titles. Logan Paul and his brother Jake have been taking on celebrity...

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The Future of Spring Sports

Carly Utterback, Writer
January 25, 2021

This past year has been a very difficult time for student-athletes. It is especially difficult when their season is up in the air. Fall sports were almost canceled and the Spring sports season is still raising concern. Most teams have already started practice, but they are taking extra precautions when it comes to social distancing and slowing the spread of Covid-19. The Lady Admirals softball team...

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Farragut Basketball Varsity Teams

Kaitlyn Hall, Writer
January 20, 2021

Corona has taken away many things, but here at Farragut it can’t take our basketball season away.  The Lady Admirals work hard everyday to give their all on the court.  They practice every single day.  Practices are at least two hours.  The Lady Admirals have been doing amazing this season with ten wins and three losses after last night's loss against Heritage.  Sophomore Annalise...

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Is Taking A Gap Year A Bad Idea?

Rylee Stewart, Writer
January 22, 2021

  As people prepare to enter adulthood, the first thing they must decide when they graduate from high school is what they want to do with their lives. For some, this can mean getting a job right out of high school and start working, but for most, their next step is to go to college and get a degree. There has always been a stigma surrounding choosing to work instead of going to school for...

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Senior Year During a Pandemic

Aubrey Nicholson, Writer
January 22, 2021

Since the moment they enter high school, students look forward to senior year and create many expectations of what it will look like. Due to the spread of COVID-19, schools across the country have had to make drastic changes in the way we go about schooling. Students are having to wear masks and socially distance during school hours, and occasionally have to move to virtual school, all while trying...

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NBA News

Matthew Pulver and Ethan Stinnett
January 21, 2021

Sophomore Matthew Pulver and Senior Ethan Stinnett discuss the current events that are happening in the NBA.  

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The Madness Of March

Will Stevens, Joshua Jarnagin, and Nate Ernstberger
March 12, 2020

Will Stevens, Josh Jarnagin, and Nate Ernstberger discuss the Power 5 conference tournaments and the impact they can have on the NCAA tournament.

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