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Mock Draft

Spencer Litteral, Reporter

February 22, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Sports

Kick it: Taylor to play soccer, Montana

Kick it: Taylor to play soccer, Montana

Connor Hurelbrink, Executive Producer

February 10, 2018


Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, News, Sports

Senior Gabe Taylor signed his letter of intent to play soccer at Rocky Mountain College on February 9, 2018. Taylor recently made the final decision as to which college he wanted to attend next fall. He started this year with absolutely no college in mind, then decided to attend Hawaii Pacific University....

Hawks fall short in championship game

Hawks fall short in championship game

Cameron Getz, Reporter

February 6, 2018


Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Sports

On Friday, February 2, the Meridian Hawks boys basketball team played in the CIC championship game. The Hawks came into the tournament as the 5 seed in the bracket. They had to play the 3 seed, Central A & M to advance to the semi-final. The Hawks were down by 11 entering the second half of the...

Turned off by playoffs

Turned off by playoffs

Spencer Litteral, Reporter

February 5, 2018


Filed under Sports

With Super Bowl LII coming up this Sunday, February 4, some people seem to have strong feelings about how the playoffs turned out this year. "The parts of the playoffs that really upset me?" Ian Carnahan asks himself as he prepares a mental list, "It upset me the Seahawks didn't make it in, the Falcons...

Hail the Koreas

Hail the Koreas

Brock Durbin, Reporter

January 24, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Could this be an end of a 68-year-old conflict? On Wednesday, January 16, 2018, North Korea and South Korea put aside their feud to march under a unified flag in the 2018 Olympics. They will even have a joint women's ice hockey team competing in the games. The two countries haven't competed against...

Hawks improve in Macon County tournament

Hawks improve in Macon County tournament

Cameron Getz, Reporter

December 19, 2017


Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Sports

On Friday, December 8, the Meridian Hawks Boys Basketball team won the third place trophy in the Macon County tournament, which was hosted at Cerro Gordo High School. The Hawks were seeded fourth out of eight teams in the bracket for the tournament. The first challenge of the tournament was the Bombers...

Happy hawkidays

Happy hawkidays

Connor Hurelbrink, Executive Producer

December 19, 2017


Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Showcase, Sports

On Friday, December 15, 2017, Meridian Boys Basketball beat Argenta Oreana with a score of 63-55. With the holiday season around the corner, the student section decided to have an ugly Christmas sweater night. The Hawks came into the game sitting at a 7-5 record. With the band in full effect, the...

Finals “Larkin” for Boston?

Finals “Larkin” for Boston?

Brock Durbin, Reporter

December 6, 2017


Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Sports

New team, new changes. The 2017-2018 Boston Celtics are new and improved. Many changes were made in the off-season. They got new players including Kyrie Irving from the Cleveland Cavaliers, Gordon Hayward from the Utah Jazz, and Jason Tatum 3rd overall in the draft from Duke University. If you follow...

New Berlin Tournament recap

New Berlin Tournament recap

Nathaniel Durbin, Reporter

November 30, 2017


Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Showcase, Sports

In New Berlin, on the week of November 20 at the Gene Bergschnieder Turkey Tournament, the Meridian Hawks opened their season with five basketball games in one week. The Hawks had a game every day, with the exception of Thanksgiving and Sunday, in their opening week of competition. In their first...

Meridian’s Getz jumps to next level– Illinois State University

Meridian’s Getz jumps to next level– Illinois State University

Spencer Litteral, Reporter

November 28, 2017


Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Showcase, Sports

On Friday, November 17, all of senior Cameron Getz's practice paid off when he signed to become a Division One college athlete. Now at Illinois State University, Getz is moving on from high school to compete at the next level. Getz took nearly three weeks to make his decision. He had narrowed it down ...

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