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Racing toward a new season

Racing toward a new season

Olivia Baird, Writer

April 1, 2014


Filed under SPORTS, Springs Sports, Top Stories

With the first meet under their belts, the track team is preparing for a season of success. Head coach Matt LeCount said he is viewing the upcoming season with high hopes and expectations. “I’ve seen some really good things happening so far this season,” LeCount said. “Last time I counted w...

Girls swim and dive makes a splash at the Greg House Invitational

Girls swim and dive makes a splash at the Greg House Invitational

Laney Breidenthal, Writer

March 29, 2014


Filed under Game Briefs, SPORTS, Springs Sports, Top Stories

In their first meet, the girls swim and dive team narrowly swam away with a win. Going up against Blue Valley North, Blue Valley, Blue Valley Southwest and Blue Valley West, BVNW won the meet with a total of 343 points. BVN placed second with a total of 338 points, BV placed third with a total of...

Baseball team defeats SMS

Baseball team defeats SMS

Madison Graves, Reporter

March 29, 2014


Filed under Game Briefs, SPORTS, Springs Sports, Top Stories

The boys baseball team continued their win streak from Monday's 5-0 win against ON with a 9-1 victory against Shawnee Mission South (SMS). The team got to work early, scoring two runs right off the bat in the first inning and continued to build on their lead for the rest of the game. The Husky defense...

Diving into a new season

Diving into a new season

Sidney Hallak, Writer

March 29, 2014


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Breathe in, breathe out, senior Hannah Musser focuses her mind as she prepares to dive into the water and hopefully break a school record.  After a third place finish at state last year, the BVNW girls swim team is gearing up for another winning season and Musser said she is ready for the challenge. “I...

Girls soccer defeats Miege in season opener

Girls soccer defeats Miege in season opener

Sarah Hirsch, Online Editor

March 26, 2014


Filed under Husky Headlines, SPORTS, Sports Videos, Springs Sports, Top Stories

Despite the low temperatures and pelting rain, the girls soccer team came out hot in their first game of the season against Bishop Miege, winning 5-0. Senior Kara Priest said the team was prepared to deal with the harsh, bitter weather. "The weather definitely made it a lot less bearable," Priest...

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