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NCAA and NBA seasons off to remarkable start

NCAA and NBA seasons off to remarkable start

Elijah Hudson, Sports Writer

December 16, 2019

The basketball season is young, but already it is shaping up to be one of the most exciting years yet, for both the NBA and the NCAA. Giants have fallen: some have regained their footing, while others are still spiraling downwards. In the NBA, six to eight teams have legitimate chances of winning the Larry O'...

Early takeaways of the new college basketball season

Early takeaways of the new college basketball season

Joe Perry, Editor

December 12, 2019

Quite simply, basketball is back in full swing. As the Lakers and Bucks dominate in the pros, the 351 Division 1 college basketball teams have progressed through the first month of their season. Between the ACC-Big Ten Challenge,  the Maui Invitational, and the random matchups that make up the non-c...

Winter sports preview

Winter sports preview

Elijah Hudson and Joe Perry

November 25, 2019

Boys’ Basketball The boys’ basketball team is coming off of their first winning season under Coach McCammon’s second stint at Delphi. While the two leading scorers from last year graduated, the depth of the team will make up for their loss. Sharpshooter Jordan Roth will look to lead the team...

Fall Sports Review

Fall Sports Review

Elijah Hudson, Sports Writer

November 12, 2019

  Soccer After losing the first six games of the season, the soccer team pulled it together, winning six out of their last eleven games. Sectional hopes were discontinued in the first round, where they lost to Faith Christian 2-0. North White would go on to win their sectional. Senior Ethan Rand...

Fall sports update

Fall sports update

Joe Perry, Sports writer

September 24, 2019

Football The Oracle football team has started the year at a respectable 3-2. After blowing out Benton Central in the home opener and defeating Carroll in the Bacon Bowl, the Oracles have hit a rough patch, going 1-2 while losing to a very good Eastern team and missing the win in a razor thin 36-35 ...

Oracles poach Cougars on the road

Oracles poach Cougars on the road

Joe Perry, Sports writer

September 9, 2019

Last Friday, Carroll hosted Delphi for the annual Bacon Bowl. The battle for the skillet was teeming with fans, as the beautiful weather and heated rivalry attracted fans from all across the county. The matchup has been relatively even the past few years, as the skillet has swapped hands each year sin...

Fall Sports Preview

Fall Sports Preview

Joe Perry and Elijah Hudson

August 28, 2019

Soccer This season’s biggest change is the creation of a co-ed soccer team. In the last two seasons, the boys’ soccer team has had its two best records in program history. They made it to the sectional championship in their previous season, only to be beaten by a strong Faith Christian team. T...

Senior athletes moving on to college

Senior athletes moving on to college

Elijah Hudson, Sports Writer

May 2, 2019

Five student athletes at Delphi are moving on to play in college athletics next year. Here is a list of the senior athletes that are moving on to play collegiate sports:   Blake Carroll is going to Ball State in the fall to play football. He plans on playing wide receiver, and would like ...

Future leagues can learn from the AAF

Future leagues can learn from the AAF

Joe Perry, Sports writer

April 17, 2019

After enjoying a two month hiatus, the Alliance of American Football (AAF) has ended after folding at the beginning of this month. Through its exhilarating season, the league introduced us to eight teams, each complete with talented rosters in non-traditional sports towns. Like the NFL, it had its jugger...

Bracket Busters: Teams that could bust your bracket

Bracket Busters: Teams that could bust your bracket

Joe Perry, Sports writer

March 18, 2019

March Madness is here. That’s right. The single-best sporting event in the world is upon us (sorry, not sorry, World Cup fans).  Last year’s tournament captivated the nation. After all, how could it not? The 2018 tournament started with #16 UMBC’s historic beatdown on #1 Virginia and ended with S...

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