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Reporting the news since 1914

The Blue & Gold

Reporting the news since 1914

The Blue & Gold

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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.

[Photo] A Successful 2024 Track Season

By John Elrod, Staff Writer
May 15, 2024

Varsity long jumper Bruck Getachew launches himself over the line as his teammates look on.

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

[Photo] Swimming Comes to an End

By Megan Latham, Staff Writer
Jan 29, 2024

Sarah White after her race in the Tri-Meet.

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

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

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

[Photo] A Home Run Season

By Cosette Lane, Editor
Dec 19, 2023

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

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

[Photo] Marist Dominates Cross Town Rivals

By Alex Bok, Staff Writer
Dec 12, 2023

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

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.

[Photo] XC Ends Season With Class

By Cosette Lane, Editor
Dec 7, 2023

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.

Maya Warrier, one of the varsity volleyball War Eagles, sets her attention on winning the next game.

[Photo] Volleyball Takes On 6A

By Clara Laskowski, Staff Writer
Dec 4, 2023

Maya Warrier, one of the varsity volleyball War Eagles, sets her attention on winning the next game.

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