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Tyler Ross named All-State

Kain Myer, sports writer

December 12, 2014


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After being removed from the football team in the playoffs during the 2013 season, Tyler Ross knew something needed to change. That something was him. Entering his senior year, Ross had no idea what a great season he was about to have. After recording 44 receptions, 776 total yards, and 8 touchdowns,...

Girls’ basketball kicks off 14-15 season

Kain Myer, sports writer

November 26, 2014


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Last year, the Delphi girls’ basketball team accomplished much of what they wanted to. Starting off their impressive season by beating the Carroll Cougars in the final round of the Indiana Kitchen Classic to win the early season tournament was just a start. The Lady Oracles went on to capture an overall...

Winter sports preview

Elliott Atkinson, Editor

November 26, 2014


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Boys’ Basketball   New coach Adam Ballard looks to continue the success on the hardwood after previous coach, Mike Lewis, left for a new job. The Oracles return two starters including leading scorer from last season, senior Brent Hawn. Ballard will also look to fellow seniors Mason Lane, Ada...

Fall sports review

Kain Myer, sports writer

November 17, 2014


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Boys’ Tennis: Led by seniors Elliott Atkinson, Josh Gillam, and Adam Shanks, with additional help from foreign exchange student Vladimir Danicic, the Oracle tennis team put together a great season. Delphi had three team members receive all-conference awards, and they also placed second in sectio...

Lauren Hill fulfills one last dream

Elliott Atkinson, Editor

November 12, 2014


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Freshman basketball player Lauren Hill realized a dream come true in playing in a collegiate basketball game for Mt. Saint Joseph College. Some may think that that is an ordinary dream, but nothing is ordinary when you have diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, or DIPG. DIPG is a rare form of pediatric brain...

Boys’ soccer wins sectionals

Kain Myer, sports writer

October 24, 2014


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The Delphi boys’ soccer team opened up sectionals on Friday, Oct. 10. The Oracles faced off with Benton Central in the first round. Delphi started off hot with a Daniel Jakes goal, assisted by Kenny Zaldivar, in the 14th minute of play. From there, phenomenal defense by the Oracles led them to a 1-0...

Fantasy football a popular addiction

Elliott Atkinson, Editor

October 24, 2014


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When most are leisurely napping their Sunday afternoons away, there is a part of society that is biting their nails worrying about one thing, fantasy football. It is a frenzy that takes us to highs one weekend, and lows the next. The fact of the matter is, fantasy football is an addiction. Even when...

Students and custodians help maintain athletic facilities

Kain Myer, sports writer

October 10, 2014


Filed under Showcase, Sports

With a new school year comes new athletic seasons. During each season, hundreds of athletes and fans frequent the various sports facilities at DCHS. Our community is very fortunate to have such nice facilities. Our sports fields and complexes don’t just take care of themselves though. The behind-the-scenes...

Foreign exchange student helps tennis team

Elliott Atkinson, Editor

October 9, 2014


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Before the season started, the Oracle tennis team had no idea what a great the gift they were about to receive. It did not come in new tennis balls or new courts, but in a very talented  player. Serbian foreign exchange student Vladimir Danicic gave the tennis team a real boost to their season, giving...

Colts lose opener

Kain Myer, sports writer

September 22, 2014


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With high expectations from last year’s success, Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts opened their season against an old friend. Traveling to Denver, the Colts prepared to open the ‘14-’15 season against Peyton Manning and the Broncos. In the first half, Luck and the Colts’ offense struggled...

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