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Noah Wright, Staff Reporter

Staff Reporter - Spring 2021

 

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Bella Brown, Women’s Soccer, one of the winners of the M-Brace award

Athletics End of Year Celebration

June 2, 2021

The sports seasons are officially over for the teams here at CWU. With the end of playing comes the celebration for our school’s athletes.  On May 27, the annual Welly Awards was held. Even though...

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Senior John DuPree

Why everyone should take the time to stretch their muscles

May 26, 2021

Creaky knees, stiff necks, worn shoulders and tight backs are all things that we go through on a daily basis. With age comes wear and tear on our bodies, but like everything in life we can prevent some...

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Braydon Maier (Photo courtesy of CWU Athletics)

GNAC Multi’s Championship: a strong step towards the conference title

May 21, 2021

With the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) Outdoor Track and Field Championship last week, the Wildcat track and field team saw themselves going into the final competition strong.  The CWU...

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Courtesy of CWU Athletics

The 2021 Wildcat Gala: A week of philanthropy

May 12, 2021

The annual Wildcat Gala and Hall of Fame induction ceremony, usually known as an “evening of celebration and philanthropy,” is an important night for CWU Athletics.  However, COVID-19 has caused...

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Andrew Harris throws to a higher stage

May 5, 2021

“Hammer is something that most people don’t know about, but it is a wild event,” Kevin Adkisson, track and field head coach, said. “It is essentially a shot put on a 3-foot wire that the athletes...

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Rugby is superior to football

Rugby is superior to football

April 28, 2021

When I am asked what my favorite sport is I unquestionably say, “Rugby,” to which people usually reply, “isn’t that like football?” As someone who has played both sports for more than 10 years,...

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Ellensburg High School sophomore Olivia Anderson has risen as a top prospect in the country. She has received 23 college letters.

Following the Olympic Road

April 28, 2021

The Olympic stage is where a nation's best athletes compete for the world to see. For those fortunate enough to play on this stage, their world changes.  One person that has started down this path...

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COVID-19 brings another opponent for athletes

COVID-19 brings another opponent for athletes

April 22, 2021

2020 saw the rise of COVID-19 and with it came a new standard for athletics here at CWU. With seasons started back up, there is a new procedure that has created an extra opponent for student-athletes to...

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Because of the weekly COVID testing, runners are able to compete without masks.

Putting some distance between the team and COVID in 2021

April 14, 2021

Due to the sudden emergence of COVID-19 last year, there was a cancelation to the 2020 track season. For distance runners on the Track and Field team it has been more than a year and a half since the last...

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