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The Blue & Gold

Reporting the news since 1914

The Blue & Gold

The Cheeseheads, as they are known, were a group of superfans who attended every varsity boys lacrosse game, both home and away, to cheer on the team.

The Most Avid and Cheesy Fans On Campus

By Beck Janki, Editor
May 15, 2024

The energy of one of our school's most exciting sports has been captivated by cheese. The “Cheeseheads” are quite simply lacrosse fanatics, as they have been to every single game, home or away,...

Casey Czerniawski executes a beautiful high jump. Czerniawski was a 2024 State Meet qualifier in High Jump and achieved the third best jump in school history.

A Successful 2024 Track Season

By John Elrod, Staff Writer
May 15, 2024

This year, the varsity track team had a successful season, with phenomenal placings in the regional events and coaches that helped to make the sport a great experience for all. I talked to Martin Laughlin,...

Golf Calls for Personal Drive

Golf Calls for Personal Drive

By Clara Laskowski, Staff Writer
Apr 9, 2024

The golf team has begun their spring training and preparation for the 2024 season. Coach Kevin Moore is the coach of the boys varsity team while Coach Samuel Gough is the coach of the girls varsity team. These...

Members of the track and field team gather on the track next to Centennial Center for a photo.

On Track for Continued Success

By Kate Owens, Staff Writer
Mar 26, 2024

If there’s one thing the track and field program knows well, it is success. Track and field is legendary here at our school with 9 state titles and 6 runner-up finishes, as well as over 15 Division 1...

Tennis Starts Out Swinging

Tennis Starts Out Swinging

By Nic Lancelotta, Staff Writer
Mar 19, 2024

Former Athletic Director Tommy Marshall is currently leading boys tennis with a 4-2 record, and Coach Jose Gregory is leading the girls team with an undefeated record, as of March 1. Tennis might be...

The Fish Bowl trophy, as it is known, can be found in the Athletics Office on the second floor of Centennial Center, at least until St. Pius X pulls off their next varsity football victory.

History of Marist vs. St. Pius X Rivalry

By Maggie Foster, Staff Writer
Mar 18, 2024

Marist and St. Pius X are two of the oldest and largest Catholic schools in the Atlanta area. As one might imagine, the athletic rivalry between our two schools has a long and lustrous history. On a...

In the true spirit of track and field, Cosette Lane propels herself to her next personal best.

Off To The Races With Track & Field

By Ryan Hewitt, Staff Writer
Mar 1, 2024

February 9-10, were the first regular season meets of the 2024 track and field season, and our team delivered. On Friday, the distance runners left school early and traveled to the Annual Parkview Distance...

After swimming the 200 free, Caroline Schaffer checks out the scoreboard.

Swimming Comes to an End

By Megan Latham, Staff Writer
Jan 29, 2024

The swim season started on October 11, 2023 with practices every Monday through Saturday. Swimmers have regularly logged over three thousand yards per day. For non-state swimmers, the season is coming...

Several members of the pole vaulting crew celebrate the end of another important competition.

Shining a Light on Pole Vaulting

By Clara Laskowski, Staff Writer
Jan 29, 2024

The Marist pole vaulting team has been working hard the past few weeks in preparation for their first meet this spring. This year the Marist pole vault team will take a select few of its athletes to the...

The varsity softball team gathers around home plate to celebrate another run.

A Home Run Season

By Cosette Lane, Editor
Dec 19, 2023

Beginning their practices on July 31, the Marist softball team had an excellent season. Throughout fall and summer, the girls practiced and played on the Marist softball field. Their record was 23 wins,...

The War Eagles offense lines up against a very determined Golden Lions defense, but our varsity team would not be denied.

Marist Dominates Cross Town Rivals

By Alex Bok, Staff Writer
Dec 12, 2023

The varsity football team had the hardest 5-game stretch in the program’s history this season, playing the 2nd best team in 6A, the number one player in the class of 2025, and a top-30 team from Alabama. The...

Cross country poses for a picture during one of their many competitions. These ladies understood that to compete meant you had to be willing to pay the price.

XC Ends Season With Class

By Cosette Lane, Editor
Dec 7, 2023

Throughout the summer and fall, the boys and girls cross country teams trained incredibly hard in preparation for their season that would end with the 6A state championship on November 4th.  On the...

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