Burnt Orange Empire

September 26, 2011


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Written by Asher Feltman A new year, a new team and a brand new network for the University of Texas Longhorns. Already one of the most notable schools in the nation, the Austin based powerhouse is adding their own personal TV station to its repertoire, thanks to the Entertainment Sports Programmi...

All Locked Out And Nowhere To Go

September 26, 2011


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Written by Johnston von Springer Just days after the National Football Leauge negotiated a new labor deal to end their lockout, the National Basketball Association started one of their own. On July 30 the owners locked out the players to begin the work stoppage that many believed could take month...

Sports Talk

September 26, 2011


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Written by Asher Feltman Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys had a whole year to correct their embarrassing, unforgivable mistakes that took place in week one last year versus the Washington Redskins. For about forty-five minutes in 2011’s opening game, everything had seemed resolved. New coach, new d...

Friday Night Lights

Friday Night Lights

September 26, 2011


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Written by Kori Bennett It is Friday night and the lights at Clark Stadium are bright and beaming on the varsity football team. West students mingle as the anticipation of kickoff rises. The expectations have been set high. Players worked during the summer trekking through two-a-days preparing for a demandin...

Lady Wolves Volleyball Team

Lady Wolves Volleyball Team

September 26, 2011


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Written  by Jennifer Schein The Lady Wolves volleyball team has started the season off strong. Not only does the varsity team have a winning record of 24 and 5, they are ranked ninth in the entire state of Texas. The junior varsity team also has a winning record of 13 and 2. Coach Brittany Bridge c...

Match, Set, Point

Match, Set, Point

September 26, 2011


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Written by Ali Lister This year’s tennis team is aiming for a gold medal at a state-wide competition. After coming in second as semi-finalists last season, Coach Morgen Walker has high hopes for this year’s team. “I have got every intention of winning the District, winning the Regionals an...

Plano West Football

Plano West Football

September 7, 2011


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Top Basketball Picks

November 9, 2010


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By: Alex Shultz The National Basketball Association season has finally arrived, and there is plenty of intrigue surrounding all the familiar faces in new places around the league. Basketball fans at school are excited for what is to come over the next few months. “I am eager to see how the Heat...

Athletic Overachievers: One Student, Two Sports

November 9, 2010


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By: Sarah Taylor The average student athlete spends 10-15 hours a week in practice. Then there are those who double the hours of commitment to compete in multiple sports. Senior Rexi Parcells’s morning begins like most student athletes; she wakes up, prepares for the day ahead and then attends...

Victory over South Garland

Victory over South Garland

September 13, 2010


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Every Dallas Morning News sportswriter bet against them in their staff picks, but the Wolves ended the game victoriously, continuing their undefeated record of 2-0. West defeated the South Garland Colonels 21-7 in Garland on Friday Sept. 10. Senior Nicky Glogau finished 8-of-16 for 136 yards leading t...

Jackson Jeffcoat Chooses Texas

Lindsey Cherner, Editor-in-Chief

February 3, 2010


Filed under Featured Athlete, Sports

The eyes of West and the rest of the nation were upon the highest ranked defensive end recruit, Jackson Jeffcoat, at 10:00 a.m. C.S.T. in the Plano West Senior High School gymnasium as he moved up the announcement of his college decision. He had narrowed it down to his top three, The University of Houston,...

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