Avon Football Team Keeps Undefeated Streak Alive Against Westfield Shamrocks

Stephen Dumeyer | Reporter   The football team entered Friday night with a 6-0 undefeated streak, destined for a matchup with the Westfield Shamrocks. The Shamrocks entered the day with a 4-2 overall record and a 2-2 in conference record. First Half The scoring didn’t begin the way the Orioles would have liked as Westfield senior Eli Patchett put his first rushing touchdown of the … Continue reading Avon Football Team Keeps Undefeated Streak Alive Against Westfield Shamrocks

5 Takeaways from Avon’s 35-27 Win Over Hamilton Southeastern

Stephen Dumeyer | Reporter Avon’s Football team won their first conference game of the season against Hamilton Southeastern on Sept. 6 in a 35-27 game that wasn’t as close as the score cracks it up to be. Here are the top five things to take away from this week three matchup. Gall could be the next great Avon wide receiver. When you think of great … Continue reading 5 Takeaways from Avon’s 35-27 Win Over Hamilton Southeastern

The Best Football Teams in Indiana — Where Does Avon Rank?

Stephen Dumeyer | Reporter Is Avon’s football team the best in Indiana? This is a question four different ranking systems — AP Poll, Coaches Poll, MaxPreps Rankings, and the Sagarin Computer Model — have tried to figure out. The debate for the top spot is up to Avon, Brownsburg, Carmel, New Palestine, and Warren Central. Here’s why each team should (and shouldn’t) be No. 1 … Continue reading The Best Football Teams in Indiana — Where Does Avon Rank?

5 Takeaways from Avon’s 41-17 Win over Ben Davis

Stepehen Dumeyer | Reporter Number 1: Speed Kills The Orioles have showcased an impressive amount of speed, especially on defense and special teams. This is created at all levels on defense, starting with Washington State commit senior Nathaniel James on the defensive line, alongside senior Ross England, who made the transfer from linebacker to the defensive line this season, making him a speedy threat on the edge. … Continue reading 5 Takeaways from Avon’s 41-17 Win over Ben Davis

Evolution of the Spectacular Spider-Man

Matthew Barton | Design Editor “Spider-Man, Spider-Man, does whatever a spider can. Spins a web, any size, catches thieves just like flies. Look Out! Here comes the Spider-Man!” Spider-Man first made his appearance in 1962 in Amazing Fantasy #15 and since then has made countless appearances in comic books, television shows, movies, etc. His most recent appearance was in Spider-Man Far from Home which reached … Continue reading Evolution of the Spectacular Spider-Man

Ultimate Guide to the Six Major

Stephen Dumeyer | Reporter Everyone dreams of becoming a champion. After 6 months of qualifying events, 16 teams and 80 players have a chance at being crowned the best team in the world at the Six Major in Raleigh, North Carolina. For those that don’t know, the Six Major is the second-largest event of the year in Rainbow Six Siege Esports with a prize pool of … Continue reading Ultimate Guide to the Six Major

All 22 MCU Movies Ranked

Elshadai Aberra and Tara Martin | Social Media Editor and Web Editor-in-Chief Methodology: A holistic grading scale was used where intrigue and seamlessness of the storyline was weighted the heaviest. Factors such as animation and production were considered but to a lesser degree. The Top Tier, 1-7: 1. Avengers: Endgame Reason for placement: This movie easily had the most debate around it’s placing. All in all, … Continue reading All 22 MCU Movies Ranked

How Marvel Mastermind Stan Lee Impacted My Life

By Matthew Barton  It was an ordinary November morning. A cool breeze brushed through the hair of those unfortunate enough to be outside. It seemed that it would just be another ordinary Monday. Little did the world know that Stan Lee, one of the most influential pop culture icons, had been rushed to the hospital for a medical emergency. Later that afternoon, it was announced … Continue reading How Marvel Mastermind Stan Lee Impacted My Life

Things I Wish I Knew Before Taking AP Exams

By Tierra Harris | Web Editor-in-Chief After sitting in AP classes for months, the inevitable exams really start hitting home around the last few weeks of the school year. With the anticipation of  getting a decent score to receive the college credits you worked hard for, preparing yourself mentally and physically is always the most difficult. So, here are a few tips and tricks to … Continue reading Things I Wish I Knew Before Taking AP Exams

Students Share Thoughts on Finals

“I’d say that they’re almost unnecessary. I’d so much rather have a final project that’s been worked on for most of the semester than take tests.” Bella Rios, 9 “Finals week: The time I have to turn on my brain and remember what I learned in July.” Sriya Koganti, 9 “The one thing that I like about the finals setup is that most teachers give … Continue reading Students Share Thoughts on Finals