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Gyvnn Mendenhall competed at States for second year in a row

Wrestling in the 220 lb. weight class, junipr Gyvnn Mendenhall lost his first match and third match at states yet won in his second, which did not qualify him for a placement. It’s worthwhile to note that Gyvnn only competed in 10 matches this year, due to the shortened season–while many of his competitors had


Junior Gyvnn Mendenhall Advances to States

Wrestler Gyvnn Mendenhall earned 4th at the districts on Saturday, March 6 in the 220 lb. weight class, securing himself a spot at states for the second year in a row. He defeated Noah Lively of Han. River, Nick Mills of Paint Valley, and Lucas Thomas of Harrison Central. States will be held at Marion


Gyvnn Mendenhall and Tiko Bdyoan advance to Districts

Our wrestling team competed in sectionals over the weekend, February 27-28, at Madison Plains. Gyvnn Mendenhall placed 2nd and Tiko Bdoyan placed 3rd in their respective weight classes, earning them a spot at Districts on Friday and Saturday, March 5-6, at Coschocton. Ethan Stahl also secured 6th, however did not place high enough to advance


Wrestling falls on Senior Night

The wrestling team hosted Buckeye Valley during its Senior Night on Thursday, February 11. Although the matches were competitive, with Ethan Stahl’21 and Gyvnn Mendenhall’22 taking away victories, the meet resulted in a loss. The Vikings look to bounce back this week against Bexley on Tuesday, February 16 and against Whitehall on Thursday, February.

Opinion & Editorial

“Monkey Together Strong”

(Wikimedia Commons) What happens when you gather 7.8 million reddit “degenerates” together? Apparently, the nightmare of a Wall Street hedge fund. Gamestock ($GME) has skyrocketed recently, up 1,600% in 2021, with shares currently valued at $325 before the market opens on Monday, February 1. This explosion started on the subreddit r/WallStreetBets (WSB), with nearly 8


Wrestling Plagued With Injuries

Our wrestling team has been fighting injuries all season, unable to field a full team in its first few meets. This resulted in losses on December 10 against Olentangy and North Union and another loss against Gahanna, Walnut Ridge, and Big Walnut on December 19. The team is more optimistic about its performance against Cardington