By: Ellie Skjersaa Sun floods through my curtains as I open them, attempting to keep a positive mindset as I get my running clothes on, grab my nature valley granola bar, and walk out the front door. Today we have a hill workout. Simple enough. I warmup, run to a 400 meter hill, and prepare myself for a painful 8 repetitions. Though it is a … Continue reading Staying on Track During Quarantine: Running Edition
By Emma Gilmore No stereotypical high school, coming-of-age movie would be complete without the jock character. And it’s safe to say that the jock isn’t complete unless he’s sporting his felt varsity letter on his bulky letterman jacket. There’s Andrew Clark in the Breakfast Club, Rudy Ruettiger in Rudy, Danny Zuko in Grease and absolutely no Storm students walking the halls proudly flaunting their varsity … Continue reading Varsity letters: why water down a time honored tradition?
Chances of high school athletes being scouted by top level colleges are highly dependent on socioeconomic status By Brooke Leggat The club system–in all it’s politicized glory– has slowly evolved to be at the heart of American youth sports. Earnest efforts to bring kids together in the name of sport and camaraderie has no doubt morphed into a more complex scene based on socioeconomic status … Continue reading Athletic recruiting: location is everything