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Fans adapt to temporary student section move

Students on bleachers of new student section theme red for Minnehaha High School homecoming game against Washburn on September 21.

Zach Slavitt, News Editor

October 1, 2018

     On September 14, students showed up to the first home football game of the SMB Wolfpack eager to enjoy the game and have fun cheering on their friends.      We were surprised on arrival, however, that the designated student section had been moved from the stadium seating to behind the end...

Aamoth stadium gets a makeover

Girls varsity soccer plays Providence Academy in one of their first games of the year

Emily Hykes and Isaac Gittleman

September 29, 2016

Over the summer, one of the middle school’s biggest assets–Aamoth Stadium–underwent some significant upgrades and the long-anticipated turf project was completed. Construction began on March 7th last year and finished August 15th this summer. 9700 square yards of turf material were brought in t...

Concussions impact athletes, schoolwork

Two Blake lacrosse helmets. A new Cascade R helmet on the left and an old Cascade CPX-R helmet on the right.

Ikbal Ahluwalia, Student Life Editor

March 19, 2015

Sarah Chute ’18 was elbowed by one of her opponents while she was in front of the net in the Girls’ State Hockey Championship and consequently sustained a concussion. She says, “I have gotten lots of headaches. Usually when I try to focus on things like doing homework, watching TV, looking at my ...

FIFA LA REVOLUTION!

The video game is renowned for its ultra-realism—image courtesy of: oxcgn.com

Conor McDonough, Staff Writer

March 3, 2015

The video game FIFA has become wildly popular in the Blake Community and throughout the US. In a country where soccer has never achieved much popularity, FIFA has been influential in getting more young Americans into the beautiful game, especially here at Blake. From a national perspective, FIFA has...

Blake Girls Soccer makes it to State Championship

Blake Girls Soccer makes it to State Championship

Claire Carpenter, Page Editor

October 30, 2012

On Monday the Blake Girls’ Soccer squad beat Totino-Grace 2-0 to advance to their second consecutive State Finals. The Blake fans were able to relax a bit as both goals were scored before halftime. Midfielder Lydia Sutton ’14 scored the first goal of the game, assisted by Maddy Moe ’15. Just...

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