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That’s a Wrap

On February 12th, 2021, the Mercy Monarchs suited up for the last regular season home game. I had a chance to interview the senior basketball players, Anou Akot, Annie Vanna and Marissa Vargas. Q: You guys just completed your last home game. What are your thoughts and feelings right now? AA: I

A Season Like No Other

The 2020-2021 basketball season was unique in different ways. Of course, COVID-19 made the season different, smaller crowds and wearing masks were the biggest changes for the Monarchs. This year there was no freshman basketball team because of low number of athletes due to Corona. There was only a JV and

How to Get Rid of Pregame Jitters

    As an athlete, there have been multiple occasions where I was very nervous to play in a game. Whether it was something my coach told me or the team we were up against looked intimidating, pregame jitters always hit me right before the game. There are also multiple ways

2020 Summer Olympics Postponed

A couple of weeks ago, the sports world was devastated when the last hope of athletic events in the summer was canceled. The 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics have been officially postponed until the summer of 2021. After careful consideration, the International Olympic Committee president, Thomas Bach, and Japanese Prime Minister,

A Lost Season

Because of coronavirus, many athletes across the United States have lost their spring season. Spring is one of the biggest seasons because of popular sports like baseball and soccer. The sports we often don’t praise as much are track and field, tennis, and lacrosse. Many athletes who play these sports