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Coach Lang gets first victory

Daniel Jakes, Sports Writer

September 22, 2016


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With sports, coaches come and go. It’s a part of the game. The girls’ volleyball team’s new coach, Kristine Lang, is hoping to change the go to stay as she enters her first year of her tenure here at Delphi. Though she is not new to the Delphi area, she is glad to be here. “I am thrilled to be an Oracle! I worke...

Overview of Friday Night

Jacob Clouser, Sports Writer

September 13, 2016


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Last week the Delphi Oracles faced off against the Twin Lakes Indians for the third game of the season. Unfortunately,  the game ended with an upsetting score of 56-14, making the Oracles’ record 1-2. Delphi had a lot of momentum coming into the game.The Oracles had their spirits soon deflated af...

Endwell, New York wins 2016 Little League World Series

Kain Myer, Sports Writer

September 1, 2016


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South Williamsport, Pennsylvania: a town where little league baseball is known all too well. Every summer, thousands of fans gather to watch sixteen teams battle it out to be crowned the Little League World Series Champion. Americans would be proud to know that this year the trophy found a new home in ...

Bacon Bowl Outcome

Jacob Clouser, Sports Writer

September 1, 2016


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Last Friday ended in a way no Oracle wanted to see. The Carroll Cougars came in with the mentality to win and that’s just what happened, as Delphi sadly lost with a final score of 33-7. The lone Delphi score resulted after Blake Carroll, sophomore, caught a pass for 47 yards to put the Oracles in th...

2015-2016 marks the end for Manning and more

Kain Myer, Sports Writer

August 23, 2016


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With the conclusion of another chapter of professional sports coming to an end, the 2015-2016 season may be one that sports fans everywhere will never forget. From the gridiron, the hardwood, the baseball diamond, and the lanes of an Olympic pool, almost every sport has had a notable retirement in the...

Phelps forever in history

Phelps forever in history

Daniel Jakes

August 23, 2016


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It is no surprise that many consider Michael Phelps to be one of the greatest athletes to ever participate in the Olympics, and this opinion may be solidified after his most recent record-setting performance.   On  Thursday, Aug. 11, Phelps won gold in the 200 meter individual medley, whic...

Katie Ledecky swimming past world records

Katie Ledecky swimming past world records

Olivia Livingston, staff writer

August 22, 2016


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From the swimming pools of Washington D.C to the pools in Rio, Katie Ledecky has had quite the journey. Ledecky began her debut in the 2012 London Olympic Games. Breaking the American 800 meter freestyle record with a time of 8:14.63, she was making her way to fame. From then on Katie continued breaki...

Friday Night Overview

Jacob Clouser, Sports Writer

August 19, 2016


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Football season is here and it’s time for the Oracles to get down in the trenches and pull out some victories. Going into his fifth year as head coach Josh Strasser has plans for a big season ahead of him as he and his team plan to improve their record from last year’s season. With nine returning se...

Roth signs with Vincennes University

Kain Myer, sports writer

April 23, 2016


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Delphi Community High School has been home to a plethora of student athletes who have decided to continue both their academic and athletic careers at the collegiate level. Whitney Arion, Cole Murray, and Garrett Johnson are among this prestigious group of Oracles who excelled in their sport of choice. Now, ...

DCHS sends Mote and Clark off to state

February 19, 2016


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On Friday, Feb. 19, DCHS students took part in a longstanding athletic tradition, applauding our state qualifying athletes as they walk through a tunnel of students.  Thanks to our wrestling team, this has been an annual tradition for many years now.  This year, the student body cheered on Hunter Mote...

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