Tuesday in Sports

Four players scored in double figures last night, but Varsity Girls Basketball lost to Bishop Luers 61-60.

Wednesday in Sports

The following seniors signed on their letters of intent: Meredith Woolsey (Volleyball)- Southern Illinois University, Jesse Hamlin (Cross country/Track)- Butler University, Chloe Smithley (Tennis)- Indiana Tech University

Tuesday in Sports

Da’Leshia Davis recorded another 20-point performance, but Girls Varsity Basketball fell to Columbia City 51-42.

The Weekend in Sports

Snider Football fell to Carmel at the 6A Regionals by a score of 20-6, ending their season with a record of 10-3. Senior Da’Leshia Davis led the team with 20 points on Saturday, but Girls Varsity Basketball lost on the road to the Bishop Dwenger Saints 59-44.

Tuesday in Sports

JV Girls Basketball lost their first game against Huntington North 31-16. Varsity Girls Basketball picked up a win on the road, beating the Huntington North Vikings 53-46.

Donnelly as Senator

With such a drastic increase in the number of young voters, residents are questioning if Donnelly is the appropriate representative of Indiana. Grace McCormick argues that voting in the best interest of Indiana is Donnelly’s main goal as senator. Noah Ehrman argues that if Donnelly votes like a Republican, proudly displays Republican views and constantly vies for Republican votes, he has no business running as a Democrat.

The Weekend in Sports

Snider Football won their 12th consecutive sectional championship, dominating the second half and beating the Homestead Spartans 49-35. Panther Hockey went 2-1-1 in the Fort Wayne Crossover Weekend at the Parkview SportOne Icehouse. The Panthers lost to the South Stars, tied with the Central Indiana Knights and beat Hamilton Southeastern Schools.

Phone Hijack

It is easy to admit to a certain degree of dependency on smartphones; after all, one would be hard pressed to find someone this day in age who is not at least somewhat reliant on the device. Confronting the harmful effects of that dependency, however, is another story.