Articles By: Nathan Lowe

Junior Stieg Smith wins the opening tip off over  Garfield guard Jelani Howard.

Weekly Sports Roundup | Nov. 29th – Dec. 6th

WEEK OF NOVEMBER 29TH THROUGH DECEMBER 6TH Varsity Boys Basketball – The boys varsity team had three games this past week, resulting in one win and two losses. On Wednesday, December 2nd, the boys faced Highline at their home court in Burien in a non-conference game and won 67-61. On Friday, December 4th, the boys played their first home game […]

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Why are people so opposed to Superfan-ing?

Why are people so opposed to Superfan-ing?

by Nathan Lowe Why are most students at Nathan Hale so opposed to cheering at sports games? This past school year, I’ve started taking pictures of Hale sports for the sports page on Facebook, as well as the newspaper’s Flickr page. Throughout all these football, basketball (etc.) games, there’s been a recurring theme in the student section of the stands. […]

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High School Suspensions In Sports

High School Suspensions In Sports

by Nathan Lowe      A pinch leads to a slap. A slap leads to a shove. Soon, the gym is filled with whistles, and players are rushing onto the basketball court to stick up for their teammates in the ensuing scuffle. The referees manage to break up the fight, but now they must answer several critical questions: Who started […]

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Keep it off the field

Keep it off the field

by Nathan Lowe When Percy Harvin was traded, 12th men everywhere fell into a panic. Why? For who? To where? What do I do with the jersey I just bought? I don’t have any physical evidence but I’m like 90% sure those questions were asked at some point. As details started slowly coming out about why he was traded, and […]

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