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DCHS sophomore has his eyes set on NASCAR

Sam Butler standing by his car after his win.

Emily Mears, staff writer

September 30, 2020

DCHS sophomore has his eyes set on NASCAR  Most high school students look forward to getting out of school on Fridays and unwinding with a movie or maybe going to a football game, but not DCHS sophomore Sam Butler. On most Fridays, he makes the 10 hour drive to Hickory, North Carolina to practice...

Sports fans out of mourning

Sports fans out of mourning

Elliott Kelly, staff writer

September 23, 2020

In an article published in April on the Parnassus website, former Parnassus sports writer Elijah Hudson foresaw what has come to pass:  “Seasons are postponed indefinitely. Players are in quarantine. Avid fans everywhere are left without their favorite team playing. Some fans might not be affected, ...

Delphi wins third straight Bacon Bowl

Delphi wins third straight Bacon Bowl

Elliott Kelly, staff writer

September 9, 2020

The biggest game of the football season, rivaled only by sectionals, is the Bacon Bowl.  This year’s Bacon Bowl was played at Berto Field where the Oracles defeated the Carroll Cougars for the third consecutive year.  This ties the record for the longest streak that Delphi has held the skillet. ...

Sports fans in mourning

Sports fans in mourning

Elijah Hudson, Sports Writer

April 11, 2020

Seasons are postponed indefinitely. Players are in quarantine. Avid fans everywhere are left without their favorite team playing. Some fans might not be affected, such as football fans, but virtually every other major sport has seen a significant change in their schedules. An event like this is the first...

Winter sports review

Elijah Hudson and Joe Perry

March 10, 2020

Boys’ Basketball Delphi concluded their season with a total record of 9-14 and a conference record of 4-4. Senior Zach Townsend finished second in conference for both rebounds and steals per game. Sophomore Peyton Roth was second in conference for made threes in conference play. In the sectional...

The 411 on college hoops in Indiana

The 411 on college hoops in Indiana

Joe Perry, Editor

February 17, 2020

This season of college basketball has been a crazy one for teams located in the state of Indiana. The Evansville Acers made a splash to start the year by taking down #1 Kentucky on the road. From there, we have seen Purdue and IU battle through the tough Big Ten. We have seen Notre Dame lose by small m...

Oracles improve to 9-7 with homecoming win

Delphi and Winamac teams huddle together during a timeout to develop strategies for the last few minutes of play.

Joe Perry, Editor

January 27, 2020

On Saturday, Jan. 25, the Delphi Oracles (9-7) hosted the Winamac Warriors (6-9). After a thrilling, last-minute rally against Sheridan on Friday night, Delphi entered the game with a three game win streak. Meanwhile, Winamac was looking to steal a win on the road after a four-game home stand. In the ...

Mental health problems prevalent in professional sports

Mental health problems prevalent in professional sports

Elijah Hudson, Sports Writer

January 22, 2020

The members of sports leagues across the world amaze their viewers with displays of their athleticism and physical attributes. It’s easy to believe that these humans are not like the rest of us, that they are a step above. While physically this may be true, mentally they are like the rest of us. M...

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 13, 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...

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