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Freshman Aiden LaVictor leading a pack of Seaholm runners at the Seaholm dual meet.

Strides to Success

Mia Boland, Staff May 26, 2023

4:40 mile! 10:20 two mile! These numbers may sound like nonsense to non-track runners, but to the Groves long distance team that has been racking up personal records and bringing the track team to victory...

Did the 2023 NBA Dunk Contest top the 2016 Contest?

Did the 2023 NBA Dunk Contest top the 2016 Contest?

Evan Hisala, Reporter March 7, 2023

The NBA slam dunk contest— an event where players show off their jumping abilities and creative flair. The 2023 NBA slam dunk contest was electrifying, with some of the most athletic and fearless players...

Our schools weight room, ready to be used.

Fitness at Groves

Flynn O'Conner, Writer March 6, 2023

Health is a very interesting subject in today's society. It’s a lot more acceptable to look however you want these days. So is fitness really important? Does Groves have healthy students and fitness...

Curtesy of Groves Baseball

A First Look at the Baseball Team

Gabe Faber, Writer March 6, 2023

Nothing is more exciting than a crack of a bat paired with hollering teammates after a home run! Luckily, when the Groves Falcons hit the field, home runs are no rarity. Every year, as soon as the snow...

How Super Bowl LVII went down

How Super Bowl LVII went down

Dane Dimmer, Writer March 6, 2023

In the end there were only two. The #1 seed in the NFC, the Philadelphia Eagles, coming off a 38-7 victory over the New York Giants in the divisional and a 31-7 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in...

Crowd clapping on the podium of the stadium

Road to the Superbowl

Dane Dimmer, Writer February 1, 2023

The NFL Playoffs were heated when heading into the conference championship games and we are only about two weeks away from the 57th Super Bowl. It's time to recap the final four teams, as well as the teams...

Preparing for a stellar shot, Miller keeps his eyes on the ball and his focus in range during his game against Detroit Country Day on September 15, 2022.

Groves’ own Mori Miller to play college level soccer this fall

Nolen Kovan January 18, 2023

Pitzer College:  a small liberal arts college located in Claremont, California. When most people think of schools in California, they think of Stanford, USC or UCLA, but for senior soccer star Mori Miller,...

The Groves girls at West Bloomfield, awaiting tip-off.

Girls Varsity Basketball team works for the W

Maggie Locricchi, Writer January 18, 2023

Underdogs— also known as the athletes with some of the greatest stories of our time. How does one team prepare for a challenge? How does a player walk into a game knowing fate is not on their side? Groves’...

Goaltender Elizabeth Culbertson spectates from the net as the Blackhawks determinedly battle in the far end.

A look into the Girls’ Varsity Ice Hockey team…wait – that exists?

Reese Culbertson January 13, 2023

“You play like a girl.” A jab as casual as any other, with an implication so subtle it often goes unnoticed. This classically mocking statement faced by those who perform poorly in an activity derives...

Boys tennis team qualifies for the state championship

Boys tennis team qualifies for the state championship

Sarah Weinhaus, Co-Editor-in-Chief October 12, 2022

After taking home the state championship title in 2021, the Groves Boys Tennis team is yearning to hold onto that title for a second year in row. Groves hosted 6 neighboring schools on October 6 for Regionals....

Fellow varsity teammates pump up sophomore Sophia Scott during the player introductions before the volleyball game against Seaholm on September 9. We line up and high-five each other during player introductions for every home game, senior Lydia McKeever said.

How a strong relationship between players on girls volleyball team helped on and off the court

Jordan Allen July 24, 2022

My heart raced. It was my first home game playing on varsity as a sophomore, and I really hoped I didn't mess up. I really hoped to make my coach proud. It was my turn to serve. The score was 23-19....

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