Nicholas Sarysz, Section Editor The outbreak of COVID-19 has had a major impact on everyone’s lives, including athletes. However, some positive news came for hockey fans over Twitter on July 23rd, when the official page of the upcoming National Hockey League (NHL) team announced that they will officially be named the Seattle Kraken. Along with the name announcement came the
Kierrla Yates, Staff Writer On Sept. 3, several high school athletes gathered on the steps of the Wash. state capitol building to protest the postponed fall season. As of the date of publication, the fall season for sports such as football and volleyball have been pushed back to the spring, and all sports seasons have been minimized to about two
Kierrla Yates, Staff Writer A few months ago, the world was unsure if it would watch the Tokyo 2020 Olympics in the summer due to the international COVID-19 pandemic. Since the pandemic worsened, the world did not get to watch the event, but instead, the world will get to witness the first ever odd year Olympic games. The 2020 Olympic
Ryne Oshiro, Staff Writer While one sports season is just beginning, another is coming to an end. Major League Baseball (MLB) has seen its shortened season during the pandemic as nothing short of a success. The MLB normally starts with spring training in March and the regular season rolls in through April, but with the presence of COVID-19, hopes of
Nicholas Sarysz, Section Editor The energy surrounding the National Basketball Association (NBA) Playoffs are far different this year. As hometown fans sit on their couches, rather than the seats of their respective arenas, their favorite players are living in a “bubble” in Disney World at Orlando, Fla. This is the first time the NBA playoffs have been played behind closed
Ryne Oshiro, Staff Writer Football is back. A statement numerous fans around the nation were eager to hear with all that is happening in the world. COVID-19 has changed everyone’s life around the country, yet it seems the one constant is the excitement for football to start again. Football is the most watched sport in the United States. From die-hard
Ryne Oshiro, Staff Writer Following the events of the current pandemic, COVID-19 has caused every sport at Saint Martin’s to end for the season, including all spring sports that were just getting underway, and winter sports that were about to wrap up. The track and field indoor national season was cancelled due to COVID-19, and two athletes, Tyler Cronk
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