As fall sports prepare for state, winter sports are just beginning

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, Shawnee, Independence and Line Creek. “We have the best ability … Continue reading As fall sports prepare for state, winter sports are just beginning

Guest Writer: Fantasy Football Week 9

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 waiver pickups this week. Quarterbacks Colin Kaepernick (San Francisco) — The … Continue reading Guest Writer: Fantasy Football Week 9

Guest Writer: Fantasy Football Week 8

What a week of football, huh?  From Arian Foster’s retirement to the “riveting” 6-6 draw between the Seahawks and the Cardinals, the theme of this week was the unexpected. Below are my suggestions for waiver claims for the upcoming slate. Quarterbacks Ryan Fitzpatrick (New York Jets) — After being benched in favor of Geno Smith for the first time all season, Fitzmagic promptly came into … Continue reading Guest Writer: Fantasy Football Week 8

Seniors compete in Tough Mudder competition

Three Rockhurst High School students competed in a Tough Mudder race on Saturday, October 8. Three seniors, Errett Mackey, Luke Kuklenski and Reed Slaymaker were able to complete the race at the Missouri State Fair in Sedalia, Kansas. The Tough Mudder is a 10-12 mile trace made up of several obstacles, ranging from mud crawls to a field of tasers. Coming off an ACL tear, … Continue reading Seniors compete in Tough Mudder competition

Chiefs bounce back against Oakland

The Kansas City Chiefs played two very different games against the Pittsburgh Steelers and Oakland Raiders. After the Steelers game, it seemed as if the Chiefs were headed on a downward slope, but the Raiders game seemingly restored hope. Against the Steelers, the defense seemed to be the biggest problem for Kansas City, especially the defensive backs. The outstanding receiving core for Pittsburgh netted five … Continue reading Chiefs bounce back against Oakland