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Senior Neal Krentz Shines on and off the Field

Senior Neal Krentz Shines on and off the Field

By: Reilly Manz Whether it’s acing an exam or pitching a complete game, Senior Neal Krentz has impressed throughout his time at Lahser High School. Krentz has dreamed of playing college baseball his entire life and this fall, his dream will become reality. Krentz recently signed with Case Western Reserve to play for their Division [...]

Lacrosse Teams Lead Way for Sports Consolidation

Lacrosse Teams Lead Way for Sports Consolidation

By: Ryan Moonka   Students love the famous Sausage Stroke, the menacing yet comical smack talk against rival schools at basketball games, and most of all, just simply enjoying in all of Lahser’s sporting events. What will happen to the teams we have built once the schools consolidate, which by the way is inevitable at [...]

Tim Tebow Home Schooled to NFL Star

Tim Tebow Home Schooled to NFL Star

Lahser High School is home to the Knights. Our teams are families. They play as one and they will do anything for one another. This bond is hard to break, but could you imagine not having this bond with your teammates? What if you weren’t able to join a Knight family just because you weren’t [...]

Knights Adopt-A-Family

Knights Adopt-A-Family

By Reilly Manz    There were bake sales, there was a dedicated football team returning hundreds of cans and bottles at the local grocery store, and there was one common goal, one mission that would unite this team.      Varsity Football Coach Dan Loria and his guys partnered up with Volunteers of America, a non-profit [...]

Knight Wrestlers Share their Thoughts

Knight Wrestlers Share their Thoughts

By: Tie’kkia Hall In the Fall of 2013, both Lahser and Andover will be combined into one Bloomfield Hills High School, and with the combination of the two schools comes more kids participating in sports, some will suffer, but some will benefit. At Lahser, wrestling is a much less popular sport than at Andover.  Mitchell [...]

Armand Cartwright Shines on the Hardwood

Armand Cartwright Shines on the Hardwood

By: Ryan Moonka To most people, basketball is just a sport. It’s what friends play on the cracked blacktop courts in the local park on a hot summer day. But to any talented basketball superstar, basketball is everything. Lahser has its own hard-court hero: the focused, hardworking Armand Cartwright. And for Cartwright, currently a sophomore [...]

Three Knights Shine on Signing Day

Three Knights Shine on Signing Day

By: Mike Lucci Three of Lahser’s stellar athletes sit at a table in front of family, friends and administration.  The excitement in the room is electric.  One after another they commit to where they will not only attend college next year but be playing college athletics.  National Signing Day 2012 is here and for Nate [...]

Knights On Ice

Knights On Ice

By: Ryan Moonka Cara Schooley’s tenacity, her hard work and determination weren’t enough to prepare her for Gothenburg. Practicing multiple days a week, taking hours of ballet lessons to improve her finesse couldn’t triumph the hastiness, the unexpectedness of her entry into the Leon Lurje Trophy, a competition young synchronized ice skaters dream of competing [...]

Marching Knights

Marching Knights

By: Reilly Manz It’s a well known fact that Lahser’s Varsity Football Team has dominated the scoreboard against cross-town rival, Andover. But this year’s victory might end up having a bit more sentimental value than ever before.      As the regular season comes to a close, the Barons may have been defeated for the last [...]

JUST DANCE

JUST DANCE

By: Lindsey Ferguson To many people around the world, dance is just a fun thing to do. At social gatherings, such as weddings and school events, we usually find our families and friends making fools out of themselves in an attempt to try and look smooth on the dance floor. However, some people are actually [...]

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