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State Champs! Hockey Team Dominates En Route to Fourth Title

Ari Ross and Andrew Murphy, Raider Zone Editor and Multimedia Editor

March 9, 2013

The hockey team beat reigning state champion Sylvania Northview 3-1 to win the OHSAA hockey state championship March 9 at Nationwide Arena in Columbus. Seniors Connor Siwik, John Longman and Jonathan Greenberg scored goals...

Don’t Let LeBron Win

Ari Ross, Raider Zone Editor

December 11, 2012

“I will be taking my talents to South Beach.” These words will live in infamy in Cleveland sports fans’ hearts. On June 8, 2010, LeBron James became one of the most hated sports figures in Cleveland when he left the Cleveland...

Chemistry Essential for Teams’ Success

Ella Shlonsky, Staff Reporter

November 5, 2012

Ask Shaker athletes what makes their teams succeed, and you’ll get the same cliché every time. Whether they say, “Our team shares a strong bond,” “We really bonded during the offseason” or “(Insert activity here)...

A Hockey Practice Well Spent

Ian Round, Raider Zone Editor

December 13, 2011

Thornton Park is much different on Mondays at 4 p.m. than it is on Fridays at 9:30 p.m. It’s certainly quieter and less crowded. Your line of sight is clear and you can hear skates cutting against the ice in the absence of rowdy...

Breath Tests Identify 7 Underage Drinkers at the Hockey Game

Bridget Cook and Clara Medalie, Staff Reporters

December 13, 2011

Seven students were arrested at the Dec. 2 varsity hockey game at Thornton Park after Breathalyzer tests revealed they had consumed alcohol. The students, two aged 18 and seven minors, were taken from the student section by...

Students Contend That Testing at Game was Unfair

Alysse Eberhand, Cover Story Editor

December 13, 2011

The roar of cheering fans was not loud enough to drown out the sirens of police cars and an ambulance.   And the explanations of administrators after the fact have done little to quiet students who are protesting arrests for...

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