Seniors reflect on high school sports careers

Amani Bright, 3ten Editor

May 20, 2014

Filed under Sports, Uncategorized

As the 2013-2014 school year comes to a close, the sports careers of many graduating students also come to an end. They must say goodbye to the spirited fan section and high school jerseys as they embark on a new journey...on... Read more »

Looking ahead to the NBA draft

Joshua Gaul , Carpe Diem Editor

February 10, 2014

Filed under Sports

With the Eastern conference teams playing like a bunch of gangly, uncoordinated pubescents, many fans deem it fit to lick their chops even before the New Year in preparation for the next draft class. The 2014 draft... Read more »

Region classification to change in fall of 2014

Meredith Broyles , Carpe Diem Editor

February 10, 2014

Filed under Events, Sports

While Decatur will stay in the AAA region classification for the school year, several rival private schools are set to move up. Both Woodward and St. Pius will leave the AAA region, leaving a promising new region... Read more »

New anti-discrimination rule added for the 2014 Olympics

Amani Bright, 3ten editor

October 17, 2013

Filed under Sports

Controversy surrounds homosexuality for the 2014 Olympics in Russia. Recently,... Read more »

The Falcons struggle for a win against the New England Patriots

Amani Bright, 3ten Editor

October 1, 2013

Filed under Sports

The Atlanta Falcons struggle to hold on to a win after a recent loss against the New England Patriots on September 29, 2013. Tom Brady seemed to be in sync with... Read more »

New head coach optimistic about filling in big gaps

Meredith Broyles , Carpe Diem Editor

August 30, 2013

Filed under Sports

After long days spent at summer workouts and early morning workouts, the football players gear up for what they’ve been waiting for. The team started their season off well with a 27-0 win against Holy Innocents,... Read more »