Man, what a week of football. From breakout performances (Robert Kelley) to devastating injuries, many owners are perplexed as to how they can improve their team with the fantasy playoffs looming nearer every day. After losing AJ Green, CJ Prosise, and Andrew Luck among others, many owners are struggling to find serviceable replacements. Below areContinue reading “Guest Writer: Fantasy Football Week 12”
To view the 250 word front page feature story on Mr. Sean Lawlor and his podcast, pick up the most recent print edition of the Prep News. Q: Who originally brought up the idea of a podcast? A: It rose organically in conversation with my friend Matt, a close friend of mine since we attendedContinue reading “Q & A: Rockhurst English teacher Mr. Lawlor discusses his podcast”
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Hey Rockhurst! As the fantasy season winds down, and we look towards the playoffs, here are my deep-dive picks for this week. Quarterback Jared Goff (Los Angeles) — After a rather disappointing string of starts, it’s time for the #1 overall pick to step up and lead the hapless Rams. The offense has been sputteringContinue reading “Guest Writer: Fantasy Football Week 11”
Howdy, Rock. Week 10 of fantasy football is upon us, leaving us with some tight divisional races as well as some tight fantasy playoff races. Below are my picks to help out your team. Quarterback Trevor Siemian (Denver) — Surprisingly owned in only 16 percent of leagues, Siemian and the Broncos offense will be goingContinue reading “Guest Writer: Fantasy Football Week 10”
Read the debut edition of “Humans of Rockhurst High” by Josh O’Dell, Managing Editor of the Prep News. Josh plans on using this column to highlight the uniqueness in our student body, a diversity of opinions, and our students’ struggles. Damien Cortes “I want to be a doctor when I grow up because I feelContinue reading “Humans of Rockhurst: Debut Edition”
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Most people don’t put much thought into what means they use to carry their school supplies; to others, this decision is more than a matter of function. For them, backpacks constitute a fundamental statement about oneself. Backpacks and satchels both allow easy access to things, and can be an interesting addition to someone’s everyday look.Continue reading “The Great Debate: Backpacks vs. Satchels”
As the fall sports programs start to head off to state, it’s now time for the winter sports program to begin. Hockey The coaches for the hockey club are Mr. Franco Olivier and Mr. Delaney O’Rourke. The team plays in the Mid American High School Hockey League (MAHSHL), which includes teams from Arkansas, Springfield, Wichita,Continue reading “As fall sports prepare for state, winter sports are just beginning”
Hey all! We are officially over halfway done with the fantasy football season. Man has the time flown by. There were a bunch of injuries last week, most notably Spencer Ware. Though you may have lost a player for the season, or all your Patriots players to a bye, below are my recommendations for waiverContinue reading “Guest Writer: Fantasy Football Week 9”