On a typical morning, millions of Americans tune in to ESPN to watch SportsCenter while eating breakfast, working out, or doing some other time-consuming routine to allow them to get their sports […]
Only 15 players in Major League Soccer have annual salaries over a million dollars. What does this tell you about MLS? Yes, there is a salary cap that produces this type of […]
“All of our games have been very close,” senior boys’ basketball captain Kevin Murphy said. The Knights started the season 0-10, and have struggled to find success thus far. But the score in […]
After losing 11 seniors last year, the fragmented boys’ and girls’ swim teams have done a lot of catching up, with the girls finishing with a 5-7 record and the boys at […]
With the football season over, the athletics scene has turned to winter sports such as basketball. One person who certainly stands out on the court is girls’ varsity basketball captain Taylor Strype, […]
As admirable as students athletes are, it isn’t often that they translate their success in school and sports beyond North’s hallways. Few reach out to participate in various activities, and even fewer […]
—By Michael Bamford & Vansh Bansal— The girls’ basketball team entered last Friday’s rivalry game against South at 8-6, ready to take on a robust Pirates squad. The game, which had its ups […]
Knightly News Opinion Editor Liam Knox worked out with the basketball team. Maybe he shouldn’t go for the three-point shots as often.
Knightly News Opinion Editor Liam Knox joined the fencing team for a pre-season workout. He survived. Barely.
Last spring, sophomore distance runner Vincenzo Pugliese broke a school record for the boys’ track and field team. But at the end of the season, Pugliese switched gears. This fall, instead of […]