The Unionization of College Athletics

May 13, 2014

Filed under Opinion, Sports

$11.3 billion dollars. That’s how much money the NCAA is making from television deals for both football and basketball, not including the revenue gained from merchandise and other miscellaneous sales. This is all going into...

Disgracing the League: The Donald Sterling Debacle

May 9, 2014

Filed under Opinion, Sports

“There’s no place for Donald Sterling in our league,” tweeted NBA superstar LeBron James. He was not alone in this belief as players current and former, owners, and TV personalities all voiced similar opinions. Their voice...

Coach Ketchum Stepping Down

May 9, 2014

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Along with a very successful conclusion to the AHS boys’ basketball season, some unfortunate news was also revealed.  The 2014 season would mark long-time coach Steve Ketchum’s final chapter with the squad.  Ketchum has...

Olympic Disappointment

Matthew Sovich, Staff Writer

March 7, 2014

Filed under Opinion, Sports

Amid the flurry of patriotic pride that we gained through the Olympics, I have tried to over look the one disappointment, but I can’t. The U.S. men’s hockey team failed to medal. Not only that, but in the bronze medal game...

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