Injury Benches Rodgers for Season

Sam Lance, Sports Editor

September 14, 2017

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The already struggling Edwardsville Tiger football team took another big hit: the season ending injury of running back Dionte Rodgers. For Edwardsville’s big Friday night game against East St. Louis, Rodgers was standing...

Girls Run Head First Into the 2018 Cross Country Season

Jessica Fosse, Staff Writer

September 14, 2017

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Swift feet and ponytails tied high, the EHS girls cross country team has a promising season ahead of them. The cross country team has completed four races so far this season and the girls varsity keeps improving. From the...

Edwardsville Soccer Season Looks Up Despite First Loss

Molly Farrar, A&E Editor

September 14, 2017

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The boys on the Edwardsville Tiger soccer team have been going all season without a loss until this Saturday against Aurora West.   Edwardsville soccer traveled this last weekend to Morton, Il. and finished second in...

Edwardsville Football Loses Second Consecutive Game to Missouri Powerhouse CBC. 

Sam Lance, Sports Editor

September 7, 2017

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It was a beautiful night for an Edwardsville football home game and the EHS Sports Complex was buzzing with fans hopeful for a victory. The Tigers started off solid with a 7-yard touchdown by quarterback Kendall Abdur-Rahman....

Edwardsville Football Loses Season Opener

Sam Lance, Sports Editor

August 31, 2017

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Edwardsville varsity football faced a tough loss to Naperville North after leading by 42 points on Saturday. Hopes were high to start the new football season. Junior Kendall Abdur-Rahman was set to make his first varsity start...

Trap 2017: A Hopeful Start

Anna Kutz, Life Editor

August 24, 2017

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At EHS, sports are considered one of the most uniting activities. Hundreds watch football, soccer and basketball, but not many students are aware that EHS has its very own trap team. Even less may know what trap team actually...

Two Seniors Commit to Lindenwood for Field Hockey

Molly Farrar, A&E Editor

August 24, 2017

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Over the summer, two Edwardsville seniors committed to play field hockey at Lindenwood University, a division two program in St. Charles, Mo. Seniors Allie Hosto and Sophia Swalley are both excited for their last high school season...

Mr. Basketball to stay in state, play for Illini next year

Morgan Goebel, Co-Editor-in-Chief

April 27, 2017

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From his 45-point sectional championship game against Danville to the various facial expressions after every dunk he makes, senior point guard Mark Smith has always had a flare for the dramatic on the court—and the announcement...

Tournament rain-out doesn’t dampen EHS baseball

Emma Lipe, Life Editor

April 27, 2017

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The baseball team traveled 2 and a half hours to Metamora, Ill. last weekend after their tournament in Kentucky was rained out. The Tigers attained two wins at Metamora High School on Friday, Apr. 21, first defeating Peoria...

The man in the orange shirt

Morgan Goebel, Co-Editor-in-Chief

April 5, 2017

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He can be seen on the sidelines of nearly every EHS boys basketball game wearing the same collared, orange T-shirt underneath the camera that hangs on his chest with a simple, black baseball cap backward on his head. Although...

Boys Volleyball Sets Season Up for Success

Kerrington Holland, Sports Editor

March 30, 2017

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As basketballs are put away and three-point shooters hang their jerseys up for the season, Edwardsville’s gymnasium swaps basketball hoops for volleyball nets in preparation for the volleyball boys’ successful season to come. The...

Tiger Baseball Starts Season Strong

Kerrington Holland, Sports Editor

March 23, 2017

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Spring comes along and as baseball players dig their dirt-trodden cleats and worn leather gloves out of their closets, they can start to feel the excitement of another opportunistic season coming along; But little did the Tiger...

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