The NFL Strives Toward Normalcy

Written By Alan Brads After months of waiting, unsure if there would even be an NFL season, it is finally here. From empty stadiums to rebranded teams, this is set to be one of the most unique seasons in the history of the league.    After being on the forefront of peaceful protests over racial injustice four years ago, theContinue reading “The NFL Strives Toward Normalcy”

NBA Re-Start

by Andrew Riddle, Sports Writer On March 11, 2020, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver announced that the remainder of the 2019-2020 regular season would be indefinitely suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Commissioner, top NBA executives, players and coaches fought to restart the remainder of the season. After nearly three months of planning, the announcementContinue reading “NBA Re-Start”

A Return to Play

By Alan Brads and Andrew Riddle, Sports editors Last Spring sadly brought about the cancellation of just about everything, and high school sports were no exception. As the school year approached, the decision loomed with voices crying out on every side, would there be a fall sports season in 2020? After months of constant communicationContinue reading “A Return to Play”

Senior Golfers Lead the Way

By Alan Brads, Sports Editor The Knights golf team jumped to a decent start at 3-2.  On August 13th, they defeated the Mechanicsburg Indians by 5 strokes at WGC in Xenia. Seniors Payton Burdette and Liz Miller led the way for the Knights, placing second and third in the match respectively. Both played well in the first conference tournament and are currently positioned toContinue reading “Senior Golfers Lead the Way”

The Grand Re-Opening

By Payton Burdette, Feature Writer On August 13th, Legacy Christian Academy opened their doors for the first time since the Covid-19 shutdown. With over 350 students attending LCA, this was no easy task; however, the faculty and staff were determined to make it happen. Many regulations were put in place to make this re-opening possible.Continue reading “The Grand Re-Opening”

Convention Square Off

By Elijah Smith, Political Correspondent For the past 231 years, our nation has endeavored on a revolutionary experiment, a government that is built on the premise that all men are created equal. Despite urgings from our first President, George Washington, the first major political parties started just after the foundation of our country; George Washington’sContinue reading “Convention Square Off”