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Swim Team starts fresh with young swimmers

Posted 5:36 PM by

      The swim team is looking to start fresh and introduce a strong team of young swimmers and divers. Although both the girls and boys teams have experienced a shortage of swimmers, they won’t let that stop them.

     “We have many young swimmers who don’t know the Warrior Way yet,” said senior Peter Drummond.

     “As a team, we are working to build a culture by holding each other accountable in and out of the pool.”

Boys basketball showcases new talent

Posted 5:28 PM by

      The boys basketball team made history last season and stunned the community with their accomplishments. With a new year and new players, the team hopes to make the best of this season.

     “It was an amazing feeling to win the MIC for the first time in school history,” said junior David Bell. “It was great to see how happy the community was.”

      Last year, the boys ended the season with a record of 21-3, won the title of MIC...

WCDC works on perfecting moves

Posted 4:47 PM by

        The Warren Central Dance Team has left a memorable mark on the school and even made an impression on the city.

      “We are almost three years strong. In those three years, the team has done and accomplished so much,” said head coach Roosevelt Williams.

        Just as any other team, the dance team takes pride in what they do and constantly want to prove that they are the best.

Paiten Price

GPA: 3.2 



Varsity for 3 years, MVP, Most Improved

“The people that inspire me are Darynne Messer, a former Warren Central cheerleader, my mother and my grandmother.” 

Trent Taylor

GPA: 3.2 


Outside Line Backer/Defensive End 

All-conference, All-county, All-state

“Seeing my mother...

Injuries are a dangerous game

Posted 4:27 PM by

      From football to cross country, sports can get dangerous. Playing sports at a high school level puts student athletes at a higher risk of sustaining potentially crippling injuries. Injuries play a big part in all sports and affect athletes of all levels and ages.

      Contact sports, such as football and soccer, carry the highest percentage for injuries, according to the Youth Sports Safety Alliance. Consumers Product Safety Commission experts say sports are responsible for the most emergency room visits. Basketball, football and soccer were the leading contributors for sport injuries that led to emergency room...

Teammates for a season, brothers for life

Posted 3:40 PM by

       Although the boys soccer team gave a good fight, they fell short in the first round of sectionals against Cathedral. Even though the team ended their season with a record of 3-9-3, they pushed through and continued to improve throughout the season.

     “The season fell short of the goals we had set,” coach Magdalinos said. “But we continued to improve and went out playing our best soccer game of the year.”

      The boys experienced a long season with tough competition, but continued to work hard.

     “The season was not as successful as we...

Boys tennis ends season on a high note

Posted 3:33 PM by

       Boys tennis has ended their regular season with 10 wins and 11 losses. Not only has the team developed as a whole, the individual improvement is evident as well. “Every single member on the team has put in a ton of work and improved,” said senior Samuel Woodbury.

       The boys brought in a win against Ben Davis with a score of 3-2 on senior night. This was the last game of regular season and a defining moment for the team.

      “I would say our guys played as good as they played all year...

Boys soccer fights to the end

Posted 3:59 PM by

        With one win, seven losses and two ties, the boy’s team is taking every game as a lesson to improve. “If you guys didn’t see a positive outcome in these loses, you’re mistaken,” head soccer coach, Nicholas Magdalinos, said. “We learned a lot about what works and what doesn’t.”

         The team is filled with great energy on and off the field. Everyone challenges each other to do better than the last game.

        “This team is constantly encouraging each other,” said Magdalinos. “It’s a constant chatter to get better.”


Tennis goes for the win

Posted 3:50 PM by

        The tennis program has started the season with close wins and many victories.

        Ending last season with a 5-8 record, the only plan for the boys’ tennis team is to improve. The team prepared during the off season and also take practice very seriously.

      “We all have put in a lot of work during the off season and conditioning in order to make sure we are ready to compete with the MIC,” senior Taylor Thoman said. 

        Pre-game ritual is something that is important to get the boys heads...

Champions run hard when it’s hard to run

Posted 3:47 PM by

      With a history of victories, the girls cross country team plans to keep pushing for a successful season. Although the boys have been facing a lot of changes with new coaches and a loss of runners, the girls are going with the same game plan from last year.

      “The coaches have been pleased with our early performance, but we are not satisfied. We have seen a lot of growth so far in our team and we are challenging the girls to be even better,” said coach Brian Miller.

        Although they planned to...

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