The Chant

Magnet junior Malik Butler began pole vaulting last year, and continues to make progress in the sport this season, cultivating the combination of strength, coordination and speed required for pole vaulting. He hopes to vault over ten feet this season. “Always try something new like I did with pole vaulting and you never know, maybe you’ll have something new you love doing,” Butler said.

Vaulting into spring

Jenny Loveland, Staff
January 26, 2020
The second semester starts off with a roar of excitement preparing for the spring season sports. NC hosts their tryouts for Soccer, and Baseball this week, while Track and Field and Lacrosse plans to begin practices but become delayed due to the rainy weather. Junior Goalie, Philip Stark, practices his skills and warms up for a promising season.

The start of spring sports

January 13, 2020
Magnet junior Isaac Stobo prepares to jump over this season with success. After three years  of NC track, Stobo hopes to make it to state and improve his time in the long distance events he runs. “This year my main goal is to make it to state and to accomplish this I am not going to get sick since I missed half of the season last year,” Stobo said.

Run down on the upcoming track season

Haley Kish, Reporter, Photographer
January 29, 2019
Students wait while construction continues on the track, which started in early April. Student athletes grow tired of dealing with the constant schedule changes throughout the spring sport season. “They tried to schedule everything around the track being built, earlier they scheduled all our home games back to back to back and then later on in the season all of the games were scheduled to be away,” junior and soccer team captain Josh Labus said.

Bad track record: Track destruction disrupts spring sports

Morgan Brown, Ad manager, Public relations manager
April 24, 2018
The construction of a new track for the football field at NC began yesterday. Signs and gates prevent students from entering, asking them to stay away from the stadium. The construction also prevents sports teams utilizing the field, creating a season filled with away games. Despite the inconvenience to NC’s athletes, the new track will provide a much needed face lift to the football field.

Out with old, in with the new

Erin Grier, Reporter
April 10, 2018
JV boys, including sophomore Michael Wise in Lane 6, take off in the 100MD, one of the shortest events of the meet.

JV track takes fifth at Allatoona meet

Tara Anastasoff, Reporter, photographer
March 18, 2017
Senior Trenton Johnson looks onward with determination as he leaps over his final hurdle.

Varsity track takes on Lassiter Invitational

Lindsey O'Neill, Reporter, Artist/Cartoonist
March 14, 2017
The varsity lacrosse team jogs around the field, conditioning and preparing for the upcoming season.

Spring athletes hit the weight room after offseason

Lindsey O'Neill, Reporter, Artist/Cartoonist
January 27, 2017
Junior Aliyah Mickens earned several points on Wednesday and Friday, advancing beyond regions in two events. Mickens placed fourth in the 200-meter dash (25.33 seconds) and ran a leg of the girls 4x100-meter relay to help the team secure third place (48.38 seconds).

Seniors say goodbye to track, six Warriors move to sectionals

Riley O'Neill, Reporter, political cartoonist
April 26, 2016
Key performances from several freshmen helped the NC Track & Field team secure fifth and tenth overall places for boys and girls respectively at the 2016 Cobb County JV Championships.

JV track runs out of steam, looks to future

Riley O'Neill, Reporter, Political Cartoonist
April 18, 2016
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