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For The First Time In A Long Time

For The First Time In A Long Time

Caroline Guglielmetti, Staff Writer

March 2, 2018

February 23, 2018, at Seaholm High School, was a thrilling event for the boys swim team. The coaches Tim Hickey and Steve Larson lead the team to victory along with the dive coach Natalie Torano. In the days leading up to the major meet, the swimmers worked very hard on perfecting their events and ...

Adams Cheerleaders Take Home District Title

Adams Cheerleaders Take Home District Title

Maddy Fleury, Editor In Chief

February 26, 2018

The Rochester Adams Varsity Cheer Team took home a first place title at District Championships at Stoney Creek High School. Led by head coach Brooke Miller, these girls competed against some of the toughest schools in the state at the most elite district competition in Michigan. For months, these girls have been practi...

The Win That Stung

The Win That Stung

Briana McKerracher, Staff Writer

February 10, 2018

On Thursday, February 8, the Rochester Adams boys varsity basketball team played away at Avondale High School. The Adams Highlanders beat the Avondale Yellow Jackets with a score of 61-57 at their home court. The team started with a productive first quarter, gaining a comfortable 10-point lead. Avond...

2018 Winter Olympics

2018 Winter Olympics

Sophia Tecson, Staff Writer

February 8, 2018

Three Nigerian women made history this year. Carrie Russel, Audra Segree, and Jazmine Fenlator-Victorian makeup Nigeria’s first olympic women’s bobsled team. They will compete 30 years after Nigeria sent their first men’s bobsled team to the Olympics. The three women will travel to South Korea to ...

Students, Sports, and Stress

Students, Sports, and Stress

Brianna Mckerracher, Staff Writer

January 18, 2018

When someone decides to play a sport in high school, they sign up for late night practices, weeknight games, and constant pressure from coaches and parents to perform well. Most student athletes can agree that a major struggle they experience is balancing academics and sports, and the difficulty only...

Bowl Games Love ’em, Hate ’em?

Bowl Games Love ’em, Hate ’em?

Nathan Feidner, Staff Writer

January 17, 2018

Are there too many college football bowl games? Many people would agree that there are multiple pointless bowl games, and that they are a lame attempt for schools and T.V. stations to get more money. As it stands right now, there are 41 bowl games, and there is a possibility of being more. Is this what peo...

The Highlanders Basketball Season Starts Off on a New Foot

The Highlanders Basketball Season Starts Off on a New Foot

Brianna McKerracher, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017

After finishing last year’s season with a final record of 0-21, the Rochester Adams boys varsity basketball team had a lot riding on their first game this year. On Tuesday, December 5,  Adams went to work, eventually ending the night with a win against the Utica High School Chieftains. They finish...

The End of the Palace and the Beginning of the Little Caesars Arena

The End of the Palace and the Beginning of the Little Caesars Arena

Nathan Fiedner, Staff Writer

December 19, 2017

Change may be good, but is it what people want? With the opening of the brand new Little Caesars Arena (LCA) and the closing of the Palace and the Joe Louis Arena, the people of Detroit see the beginning of a new era. For the first time ever, all of Detroit's sports teams are in one area in downtown ...

Living an Athletic Lifestyle

Living an Athletic Lifestyle

Elise Delikat, Editor

December 1, 2017

Whether it is a student or professional athlete, most people involved in sports need to maintain their health before, after, and during their season. In order to do this, most players have to go through intense conditioning, workouts, and diets. “Physical fitness refers to overall individual physical condit...

Triumphal Traditions

Triumphal  Traditions

Abby Stone, Staff Writer

November 28, 2017

To what proportions are Adams students willing to go to showcase their achievements? When it comes to AHS sports, the sky's the limit. This season as fall sports come to a close, dedicated athletes continue traditional celebrations. From intense football playoffs, to selected swimmers attending States, to s...

Girls Volleyball Plays Tough to a Tough Loss

Girls Volleyball Plays Tough to a Tough Loss

Nathan Feidner, Staff Writer

November 8, 2017

Volley, set, and spike. While the Adams girls varsity volleyball team may not have been able to win the game against Marian High School, at no point in the game were they out of it. They fought until the final second. “Pretty good game; we fought hard. It was sad that in the end we lost,” said...

Adams Girls Swim and Dive Their Way to the Top for the Fourth Year in a Row

Adams Girls Swim and Dive Their Way to the Top for the Fourth Year in a Row

Maddy Fleury, Editor

November 8, 2017

This past Friday, the Rochester Adams Girls Swim and Dive team competed in the OAA Red League finals at Lake Orion High School. Since August, the girls have been training early mornings and late afternoons both in and out of the pool. With nine practices a week, RAGSD is in tip top shape by the time championship sea...

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