THE SEMINOLE NEWSPAPER

STUART SCOTT LEAVES LEGACY

STUART SCOTT LEAVES LEGACY

Jillian Lachcik

February 9, 2015


Filed under Sports

Sports fans across America feel the effects of watching ESPN without Stuart Scott. Photo By: Isabella Rivera, Photographer. By: Jillian Lachcik, Sports Manager Over the past 22 years, ESPN sportscaster, Stuart Scott, became one of the most influential and passionate reporters on air, not only for sports journ...

Recapping Winners of College Bowl Games

Recapping Winners of College Bowl Games

Norbert Savard, Reporter

February 5, 2015


Filed under Sports, Sports Showcase

Football playoff games are just getting ready to kick off. Photo by: Brea Jones, photographer By: Norbert Savard, Reporter The Ohio State Buckeyes lifted the championship trophy as they beat the Oregon Ducks 42-20. At half time the Buckeyes led the Ducks 21-10. In the third quarter, Oreg...

CASUAL EXERCISE ACTIVITIES HAVE BENEFITS

CASUAL EXERCISE ACTIVITIES HAVE BENEFITS

Adrian De Guzman, Reporter

January 16, 2015


Filed under Sports, Sports Showcase

Yoga is a great form of exercise. By: Isabella Rivera, Photographer By: Adrian De Guzman, Reporter While exercises such as yoga, pilates, and Zumba are generally not taken seriously among athletes, some do use these low exertion exercises to become better at their sport. Others are disc...

NFL RANKINGS ARE UNPREDICTABLE AS SEASON HEATS UP

NFL RANKINGS ARE UNPREDICTABLE AS SEASON HEATS UP

Katherine Lachcik

December 8, 2014


Filed under Sports

By: Katherine Lachcik, Reporter Throughout the NFL season so far, there have been several unanticipated successes of teams that weren’t expected to do very well. The most noteworthy of these teams is the Arizona Cardinals, who stand at first place in the National Football Conference (NFC) West d...

TEAMS WINNING THANKSGIVING DAY FOOTBALL GAMES

TEAMS WINNING THANKSGIVING DAY FOOTBALL GAMES

Norbert Savard, Reporter

December 8, 2014


Filed under Sports

By: Norbert Savard, Reporter Every year, three teams play on Thanksgiving Day. This year, the Chicago Bears played the Detroit Lions. The Philadelphia Eagles played the Dallas Cowboys and the Seattle Seahawks played the San Francisco 49ers. Thanksgiving Day games are important to some people a...

FALL LADY NOLES LACROSSE SEASON BEGINS

FALL LADY NOLES LACROSSE SEASON BEGINS

November 23, 2014


Filed under Sports

By: Patrick Murphy, Reporter The Lady Noles fall lacrosse season started their season Saturday, October 25 in a game against Lake Nona with the final score being 15-3 lady Noles. While fall is not the main season for lacrosse, it is a proving ground for the spring to see who has been putting in wo...

SEMINOLE BASKETBALL TAKES FLIGHT

SEMINOLE BASKETBALL TAKES FLIGHT

Jillian Lachcik

November 21, 2014


Filed under Sports

By: Jillian Lachcik, Sports Editor Starting in mid-November, the Seminole High varsity basketball team will begin their tedious road to states. While last year the team did not make it to states, they predict that the state title will in fact be in their sights this year. The team has already experie...

NBA FANS GETTING READY FOR SEASON TO START

NBA FANS GETTING READY FOR SEASON TO START

Norbert Savard, Reporter

November 4, 2014


Filed under Sports

Since many trades have occurred in the offseason some fans are hoping that their team will exceed their expectations. The season started on October 26 and teams have already played preseason games. By: Norbert Savard, Reporter In the offseason there was one key trade that happened between the Cleveland Caval...

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: FIGHT FOR TOP SPOT

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: FIGHT FOR TOP SPOT

November 1, 2014


Filed under Sports

By: Jillian Lachcik, Reporter By now, college football has taken over televisions all over the country, and some Americans are captivated by the sport. This season, there has already been plenty of triumphs and upsets, and being in Week 6 already, there’s no telling what could happen. Alabama...

OVERVIEW OF NFL WEEK ONE GAMES

OVERVIEW OF NFL WEEK ONE GAMES

Norbert Savard, Reporter

October 19, 2014


Filed under Sports

By: Norbert Savard, Reporter Throughout the first week of the football season there have been blow outs, comebacks, and overtime thrillers.  Fans have been anticipating the start of the football season since the Super Bowl last year. This year fans are hoping their team makes it to the playoffs. S...

SEMINOLE FOOTBALL CHARGES AHEAD

SEMINOLE FOOTBALL CHARGES AHEAD

Patrick Murphy, Reporter

October 3, 2014


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Due to past years, the positive morale surrounding the Seminole High School football team has seemingly slowly faded away. That may have appeared to be the case, but many football players actually say the opposite. They show that the past years have not discouraged them, but have actually encouraged...

SEMINOLE SWIM TEAM PREPARES FOR SUCCESS

SEMINOLE SWIM TEAM PREPARES FOR SUCCESS

Katherine Lachcik, Reporter

September 30, 2014


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

By: Katherine Lachcik, Reporter Practices and meets are now in full swing, and the SHS swim team is on its way toward another great season. The team prepares for victories similar to last season: the boys’ team won the District Conference for the fifth year running, and the girls broke the schoo...