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LAX team off to slow start, but coach hopes for success

With a beginning record of 1-3, Wildcats Varsity Boys Lacrosse Head Coach Greg Normand is hopeful his Wildcats will be a successful team. "I have eight seniors who have been with me since their freshman year and hopefully we can turn the corner and not just beat teams we're supposed to beat," Normand said....more >>
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Softball swings into another season

After getting a 1-0 start on the season, beating Rochester High 4-1 on the diamond, Girls Varsity Softball Head Coach Jessica Granger, is hoping her "young team," consisting of three freshman, three sophomores, three juniors and four seniors can keep the momentum....more >>
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Golfers get back into swing of things

After only having four days outside to practice, none of which were "complete days," according to Head Coach Terry Kelley. He isn't sure what to expect from this year's Boys Varsity Golf Team....more >>
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Born April 19th
1832: Lucretia Rudolph, President Garfield's first lady.
1877: Ole Evinrude, inventor of the first successful outboard motor.
1900: Richard Hughes, English novelist and playwright (A High Wind in Jamaica).
1903: Eliot Ness, Treasury agent during Prohibition.
1905: Tom Hopkinson, British writer.
April 19th
in history
1977: Alex Haley receives a special Pulitzer Prize for his book Roots.
1982: NASA names Sally Ride to be the first woman astronaut.
1989: The battleship USS Iowa's number 2 turret explodes, killing sailors.
1993: The FBI ends a 51-day siege by storming the Branch Dividian religious cult headquarters in Waco, Texas.
1995: A truck bomb explodes in front of the federal building in Oklahoma City, killing 168 people.