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March 15, 2018


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Men’s lacrosse loses in opener to Salem State SALEM, MASS. – The Johnson State College men’s lacrosse team fell to Salem State College 21-1 in their season opener Saturday afternoon at Alumni Field. The Badgers slide to 0-1 on the season while the Vikings move to 1-2. 1st Quarter The Viki...

Chemistry is the key to success for young softball team

Chemistry is the key to success for young softball team

Photo and story by Patrick Bell

March 15, 2018


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There is still snow on the grass at JSC, but the softball season is already underway for the 2018 season. In his 10th season as head coach, Robert Gervais believes that, despite the youth and inexperience on the team, the willingness of the players to be coached and the chemistry puts this team in...

Fourteen student-athletes receive NAC all-academic team recognition

Fourteen student-athletes receive NAC all-academic team recognition

Patrick Bell

February 20, 2018


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Fourteen JSC student-athletes that competed during the fall season received NAC all-academic team recognition on Jan. 31. Director of Athletics Jamey Ventura notes that it’s quite an accomplishment to be named to this team, which requires being able to compete at a collegiate level while doing...

Cairns honored for NAC steeplechase championship

Cairns honored for NAC steeplechase championship

Patrick Bell

February 20, 2018


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On Feb. 2, before the men’s basketball game against Thomas College, JSC honored Brynn Cairns for her role in winning the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) championship in the event of steeplechase during the track and field season. During the ceremony, President Elaine Collins, Director of Athletics...

Tomfoolery

Tomfoolery

Tom O'Leary

February 20, 2018


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The New England Patriots are arguably the most polarizing team in professional sports today, if not in history. Nearly every fan either hates them or loves them, with very few falling in between. However, I happen to be one of the rare people who have recently existed on both ends of the spectrum. I...

The Pat-Down

The Pat-Down

Patrick BEll

February 20, 2018


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To brighten up my dark and depressing sports life since the Super Bowl, I have decided to rank the New England Patriots’ five Super Bowl wins for this week’s column. This rankings list will be based entirely on my own opinion of what I feel was important with each Super Bowl win. Coming in at...

Badger Briefs

JSC Athletics

February 8, 2018


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Women’s basketball holds on for 70-65 win over Thomas College JOHNSON, Vt. – The Johnson State College women's basketball team defeated Thomas College 70-65 in a North Atlantic Conference (NAC) game on Friday evening at Carter Gym. The Badgers improve to 3-16 (2-11 NAC) on the season while t...

The Pat-Down

The Pat-Down

Patrick Bell

February 8, 2018


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Entering into the NHL All-Star break, the young and talented Boston Bruins are taking the rest of the league by storm and becoming one of the top contenders for the Stanley Cup. Their record currently stands at 29-10-8 with a grand total of 66 points, placing them in second in the Atlantic Division and...

Big air comes to Winter Olympics

Big air comes to Winter Olympics

Madison Doucette

February 8, 2018


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The 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang will soon be underway. Starting on Feb. 9, the 16-day event features a variety of winter sports including snowboarding, skiing, ice skating, curling, luging and much more. This year, newly added events include mixed doubles in Curling, a mass start in...

Tomfoolery

Tomfoolery

Tom O'Leary

December 13, 2017


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As the 2017 National Football League (NFL) season enters its final month, the ever-shifting playoff picture has begun to solidify. For those of you who tend to follow professional football peripherally, the NFL is divided into two conferences, the American Football Conference (AFC) and the National Football...

LSC women’s basketball player makes 1,000-point mark

LSC women’s  basketball player makes 1,000-point mark

Emma Quinn

December 13, 2017


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Editor’s Note: Emma is an Electronic Journalism Arts student at Lyndon State College. This article is part of a collaboration with Basement Medicine to better represent our unified community. Over Thanksgiving break, Mikayla Hodge topped the 1,000-point mark in her basketball career after leading ...

The Pat-down

The Pat-down

Patrick Bell

December 13, 2017


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Twenty-six games into the season, the Boston Celtics have become the best team in the NBA. They are 22-4, sitting atop the Eastern Conference, and are poised to continue winning at a remarkable rate for the remainder of the season. What was most impressive was their ability to go on a 16-game winning...

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