Deion Sanders has brought headlines to the University of Colorado Boulder’s football team when he became the new head coach of the Buffaloes this summer.  Sanders is an NFL Hall of Famer who played 14 seasons with 8 Pro Bowl selections, 2 Super Bowl rings and a Defensive Player ofContinue Reading

Sports Review: 3/13 Boys soccer beats Chantilly 1-0 Girls tennis falls to Langley 0-9 Baseball beats Edison 15-4 Girls soccer beats Chantilly 1-0 Softball falls to Edison 9-10 Boys tennis falls to Langley 2-7 3/14 Boys lacrosse falls to West Potomac 2-17 Girls lacrosse falls to West Potomac 5-17 3/15Continue Reading

It is inevitable that some athletes end up leaving their childhood sports as they get older. Some leave because of school, or disinterest, but more often than ever, it’s because of a bad coaching experience. Youth sports are becoming more and more competitive, meaning coaching isn’t all fun and games.Continue Reading

This year, the month of Ramadan falls during prom season, causing conflict for some Muslim students. Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, in which Muslims around the world fast from sunrise to sundown. “Prom falling on a day during Ramadan has been difficult to work around knowingContinue Reading

Ever since COVID-19 changed our lives, the morale around Marshall has been low. After last year’s football scandal, it fell even lower. But this school year was different; a ray of hope burst through the darkness with student turnout at football games and basketball games exemplifying togetherness as a MarshallContinue Reading

Marshall’s closest professional football team finally has a new name, to the joy of some fans and disappointment of others. The Washington Commanders unveiled their new name Wednesday morning after two years as the Washington Football Team.  “The new name isn’t anything special.” sophomore Ogulcan Gazioglu said. “The new jerseysContinue Reading

When the varsity boys basketball team took the court for the first time this season, the first player off the bench was the team’s only underclassman. Sophomore guard Jason Penn joined the varsity team this year after spending his freshman year starring on junior varsity. “[Last season], it was reallyContinue Reading