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The Catalyst

Gonzaga, led by Drew Timme, and Baylor, helped by Mark Vital, lead their respective teams into battle to try and earn each school's first championship in program history. Baylor came off an impressive win over Houston, whereas Gonzaga came off a thriller against UCLA.
Photo by Logan Moseley.

March Madness

Logan Moseley, Staff Reporter
April 19, 2021
Boys soccer sat atop the podium in 2009 and 2015, bringing home two State Championships. In 2007 and 2009, the girls soccer team won State, but has been even more dominant in recent years as they added three more trophies to their collection in 2013, 2015 and 2019.

A strive to thrive

Tenley Wright, Chief Photographer
March 25, 2021
Senior Dominic Humm looking ahead to Millard North in the semifinal round. Humm finished with 12 points on 50% shooting. “We knew during this past summer that we could be a team that could make a run at State,” Humm said. “The energy was different from the year before. Everyone on this team is a hard working individual. Throughout the year we were just focused on taking one game at a time to get our goal of getting to State.”

Wildcats go crazy at State

Jonathan Willis, Striv Executive Producer
March 17, 2021
At first, they were teammates in Oklahoma City, foes when James Harden (13) went to Houston, and when Kevin Durant (35) found his way to Golden State, but now reunited, they have formed a three headed monster in with Kyrie Irving. Finding themselves always in the top three and more often ranked first in the NBA Power Rankings, they are Vegas’ favorites to win this year's NBA Finals. Photo by Creative Commons.

The integrity of sports teams

Logan Moseley, Staff Reporter
March 16, 2021
High school basketball could be a whole new experience for players and the crowd with a shot clock. It would force a faster paced game, allow schools to touch the ball more, and provide the opportunity to get up a greater amount of shots.

Nebraska needs a clock

Garrett Wilcoxen, Staff Reporter
March 10, 2021
Millard West celebrates after their 55-54 win over Westside. They play Lincoln Pius X in the state tournament on March 9. “It felt like I was on cloud nine for the night,” junior Chase Hultman said. “Celebrating with all of the guys and our friends in the student section was a lot of fun and knowing that we would get a chance to play in Lincoln is really cool, but we still have to approach it as any other game so that we can keep playing in Lincoln instead of being one and done.”

On to State

Jonathan Willis, Striv Executive Producer
March 8, 2021
The Wildcats were down a man going into the game, and it forced them to adjust to changes. They started off slow, but once they got used to the adjustments, they were able to pick up speed. “Our biggest challenge was knowing that senior Evan Meyersick wasn't going to play.  We had to make sure guys knew our plays from different positions to fill in,” coach William Morrsion said.

Wildcats defeat the Vikings

Garrett Wilcoxen, Staff Reporter
March 3, 2021
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