Circle Vision

Tennis players at games, practices from their perspective

Nick Bland, Sports Editor

October 8, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Crouching down looking forward, eyes on the ball to be ready. Suddenly, a surge of energy rushes up. Swinging her arm back for a forehand hit to return the ball. Varsity, doubles player, Taylor Allison, 12, practices tennis for the season. Girls’ tennis is preparing for their meets. They travel...

Girls cross country ready for new challenge of 5K race

Girls cross country ready for new challenge of 5K race

Jonam Gibbs, News Editor

October 1, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The reigning girls Cross Country Ark Valley Chisolm Trail League (AVCTL) division II champions face a new challenge this year. The five kilometer (5K) race. The Kansas State High School Athletics Association (KSHSAA) announced this year that girls cross country teams will now compete in the 5K race...

Volleyball team overcomes the courts; communicates together

Volleyball team overcomes the courts; communicates together

Nick Bland, Sports Editor

October 1, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Sports, Uncategorized

The courts have changed from two separate gyms with one volleyball court for each gym to one gym with two courts with plays happening at the same time this year. The concerns arose with two courts side by side during the game including distractions and interruptions between courts, but some think...

Inside the inside man

Jonam Gibbs, 21st Century Journalism

April 27, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The crowd rises to their feet in anticipation as the ball is sent arching through the air towards the goal, it bounces off the rim and is grabbed out of the air immediately by varsity center Garrett Cannon, 12. Cannon has always had an advantage when playing sports: his height. Cannon is listed at...

Sports Personality Profile: Coach Henderson

Jackson Falkner, 21st Century Journalism

January 21, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Most know head football coach Heath Henderson as a loud, aggressive, and passionate individual. In fact, that’s how his family, players, and students know him. He makes his opinion heard, and puts 100 percent effort into everything he does. Ever since he was a kid, Henderson’s life revolved aroun...

Fall Sports Season in Pictures

Fall Sports Season in Pictures

November 9, 2014


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Cross country, tennis win it all

Malora Lake, Ivory Yoakem, Brooklynn White, Editor, Editor, Freelance Writer

September 30, 2014


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Tennis and cross country teams have turned heads already this season, with many players from both sports exceeding average records. CROSS COUNTRY “We have so many potential good runners. It’s still early to fully see how they will turn out,” Cross Country Head Coach Gary Wartick said. Many runners...

New season, new coach

New season, new coach

Matt Rains, Sports Editor

April 1, 2014


Filed under Showcase, Sports

New season. New coach. The girl’s soccer team this year will be coached by boys head coach Ryan Todd. This is Todd’s first year of being the girls head coach and as a head coach overall. The girls this year were supposed to have a different head coach, Kasey Brown. But due to having to train for...

Behind the scores table

Katelyn Hageman, Editor-in-Chief

March 4, 2014


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Behind the scores table By Katelyn Hageman   Have you ever wondered who the voice is behind the varsity basketball games? Or who compiles the statistics for basketball games? Announcer Rob Bunting Q: How did you become the announcer? A: I became the sports public address anno...

Traditions to Win

Traditions to Win

Matt Rains, Sports Editor

February 18, 2014


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Every team has traditions that they have every season or even every game. Some coaches are superstitious and believe that it will help the team win. Other coaches have traditions because they believe it will make the team closer and play better. The season this year is going very well for both basketball...

Bowling

Matt Rains, Sports Editor

January 14, 2014


Filed under Showcase, Sports

What is bowling going to do? After the Eldorado bowling alley was broken into and robbed on Sunday the first of December it was closed. Leaving the bowling team at Circle stranded, same for Eldorado high school since they both bowl at the same place. At Prairie Bowl the Circle bowling team got to...

Powerlifting

Powerlifting

Matt Rains, Sports Editor

December 5, 2013


Filed under Sports

Powerlifting is not only an activity but a sport where students lift weights to get stronger. Greenwich Elementary gym teacher John Richmond, the adviser for powerlifting, works on different and specific exercises each day so athletes get a full body workout. Powerlifting class includes students who...

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