Category Archives: Sports

Boston celtics: A season of struggles

by Angelo Santos Ever since Boston Celtics star Jayson Tatum was diagnosed with COVID-19 on January 9th, everything has gone downhill for the team. The Celtics ended their season with a 36-36 record and sitting 7th in the Eastern Conference. Although that isn’t bad, it is not good for their expectations. Last year the Celtics were two games away from

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NBA 2020/21 Season Outlook

by Ryan Gilleece This season, the NBA had their statistically worst year in league history based on TV ratings and viewership. The 2020 NBA Finals brought in an average of 7.16 million viewers, the worst numbers since 2007 when Tim Duncan and the San Antonio Spurs swept a young LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. The average viewers for that

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2019 Powder Puff Games

By: Emily Donovan “Touchdown, Seniors!”       The Senior Class took the victory in the annual girls football championship Powder Puff game! The teams are split up by class- freshman wearing gray, sophomores in white, juniors wearing blue, and seniors in black. Powder Puff is the first opportunity to earn points towards the annual Pep Rally.       The first game between the Freshman

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Fall Sports Athletic Awards Night

By: Emily Donovan On Tuesday, November 19, students who played a fall sport for Methuen High School gathered in the MHS Auditorium for the annual Fall Athletic Awards Night. Mr. Curran, Athletic Director, started off the night with a brief introduction and presented the major Merrimack Valley Conference (MVC) awards.  Kyra Donahue was named MVC 2 Swimmer of the Year

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A Marching Band Is…

By Johnna Padvaiskas and Chris Crowninshield         “That’s seven, seven, point, seven!” The announcer said along with bands from surrounding towns, including Methuen High School’s own Ranger Marching Band.          77.7, or silver, is what the Methuen High School Marching Band earned after their first competition in North Andover.          “A Hero is…” is the title of their 2019 show, and despite a

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