The newest rivalry: Cleveland vs Golden State

The newest rivalry: Cleveland vs Golden State

Luke Henne, Staff Writer
January 27, 2017 • 119 views
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In sports, what defines a rivalry? Some factors would include geographical proximity, pure hatred for the opposing team, and past meetings in competitions where stakes are at their peak, such as a playoff meeting. Look around professional sports, and rivalries are everywhere. In the Nationa...

Aaron Rodgers is the league’s MVP and here’s why

Aaron Rodgers is the league’s MVP and here’s why

Joe Demeis, Staff Writer
January 26, 2017 • 101 views
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Even if you aren’t a fan of the Packers and Aaron Rodgers, you have to give the Packers’ quarterback credit for his superhuman-like abilities on the football field. Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers took on the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday for the Divisional Game. Green Bay came out on top, 34-31. Mason Crosby ki...

Final College Football Playoff Set After a Week of Conference Championships

Final College Football Playoff Set After a Week of Conference Championships

Ben Snell, Staff Writer
December 10, 2016 • 181 views
Filed under Showcase, Sports

Last weekend, Alabama, Ohio State, Clemson, and Washington all clinched the four playoff berths. With Alabama and Washington both dominating their SEC and ACC championship games against Florida and Colorado, and Clemson holding off Virginia Tech in a close match-up for the ACC title, all three...

Is Bryce Harper worth $400 million?

Is Bryce Harper worth $400 million?

Joe Demeis, Staff Writer
December 10, 2016 • 197 views
Filed under OP/ED, Sports

There have been quite a bit of roster moves and rumors around Major League Baseball so far this off-season. Winter meetings began this week, and trade and contract talks are heating up. Out of all the rumors and roster moves, there was one rumor that struck me. According to USA Today, a "high-ranking" Washingt...

Penguins Playing “Average” Hockey So Far

Alex Restauri, Staff Writer
December 10, 2016 • 100 views
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The NHL season is a quarter of the way over and the Penguins have been, well, the Penguins. Like they usually are, they sit comfortably in the playoff race, second in the Metropolitan Division behind the New York Rangers. Recently the Pens have been a .500 team; when they win they lose the next game...

College Football Playoff Rankings Shaken Up After Number’s Two, Three, and Four lose in Week 10

Ben Snell, Staff Writer
November 28, 2016 • 101 views
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Earlier in November, the number two (Clemson), three (Michigan), and four (Washington) teams in NCAA College Football were highly upset. This is the first time this has happened since October nineteenth, 1985. Along with these three teams losing, the number eight (Texas A&M), five (Auburn), and...

Roll Tide: the Tuscaloosa Dynasty

Roll Tide: the Tuscaloosa Dynasty

Luke Henne, Staff Writer
November 28, 2016 • 126 views
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Roll Tide. Those are the only two words that need to be said for almost any American to know who the country’s college football blue blood is. The Alabama Crimson Tide have created a college football dynasty that will be very challenging to match. Nick Saban took over as the head coach of what has bec...

Seneca’s Men’s Cross Country Team Takes Fourth at States

Ben Snell, Staff Writer
November 14, 2016 • 132 views
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This past weekend, the Seneca Valley men's cross country team beat out sixty other schools to finish fourth in Pennsylvania. The Men's team ran in the AAA race against nineteen of the sixty schools. The remainder of teams either ran in the A or AA races. There were 239 AAA racers, although some...

SV Girls Volleyball wins WPIAL Championship

SV Girls Volleyball wins WPIAL Championship

Alex Restauri, Staff Writer
November 14, 2016 • 285 views
Filed under Sports

Fall sports in Seneca have been very successful in Seneca Valley this year. The soccer team advanced to states for the second consecutive time and Varsity Football made it past the first round of playoffs in three years. No team, however, was more successful than the Varsity Girls' Volleyball team. SV...

Seneca Valley girls’ tennis season coming to a close

Sydney Gibson, Staff Writer
October 31, 2016 • 139 views
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As the tennis season comes to a close next week, the girls' team will hopefully be finishing with a win. As of last month, varsity had four wins and two losses and junior varsity had eight wins, six draws and three losses. This season they focused on improving their skills as well as bettering...

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