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Evan Sharrard, Sports Editor


These are the greatest sports videogames of all time: Second Generation

Since the pandemic has me staying inside and playing some of the old sports games I have, I’ve decided to make a list of what sports games I think are the best. The list in this article includes only games from what I consider the second generation of sports games: the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 Era.

[SATIRE] Phase 5: students to wear inflatable bumper balls to assist distancing, jousting tournaments to be held in gym, robots?

Hastily written text: Phase 5?!?!! vs. Robots?!? March 32nd. Image of boy in an inflatable bumper ball.

On March 32, 2021, the school board announced that OHS will be entering phase 5. The plan includes a mandatory dress code policy: students must wear inflatable bumper balls to maintain proper social distancing. The plan states that students will be coming to school every so often along with a few other details that nobody cares about.

The day OHS stopped, one year later

The front of the school coming under attack by an enlarged COVID-19 virus

What students and faculty didn’t know was that the world as we knew it was about to change. Not just for a few weeks, or a few months, but for the next year.

OHS sports return in phase 4

The schedule for the remaining sports seasons.

Phase 4 not only allows for restaurants to be open with limited capacity and COVID-19 guidelines like social distancing, schools can resume with high-risk sports that are permitted a 50-person gathering limit.

Otto Hess: The story of how a Panther became an Eagle

Otto Hess and two other Football players standing on a field

When one first sees Boston College commit senior offensive tackle Otto Hess, one immediately notices his size.

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