Wrestling season started on Oct. 23 and wrestlers are looking forward to the new season.
“Seeing the team grow, seeing the progress we made, and seeing how far we’ll make it. All of our new kids have been working hard so I feel confident
[slideshow_deploy id='40116'] The last meet for Bulldog Cross Country runners was this past Saturday, October 28. “They girls placed 24th,” junior Abbey Landini said. “It wasn’t a surprise for us because we had three injured runners and one of them was Olivia [Morlock]”. This year
Tempers flared on Oct. 13, when two Columbus North football coaches were involved in an altercation on the sidelines after a missed field goal.
"The game was tough, and we got off to a slow start, and that added to the frustration," a football player said.
The Columbus North Girls Golf Team has returned after placing 4th in State. The top six players for the Bulldogs played Friday, September 29 and Saturday, September 30, 2017. The two day long competition is what the team had been practicing for all season long.
Columbus North Girls Varsity Golf team is preparing to head to State this upcoming weekend. The team has done very well this season according to Sophmore,Annie Anderson.
“I think we will do really well actually. The team has a lot of depth and a lot
Everyone knows the infamous Holly Anderson, 2016 girls golf state champ. Some would do well to remember her sister, Sydney Anderson. Those that know both, surely know Annie Anderson. Following two division one golfers could be tough, but Annie does it with as much grace
Columbus is hosting a race on September 23, 2017 to raise money for various charities. By hosting this race, Columbus is donating almost 300,000 dollars to organizations across the globe. Unfortunately, IHSAA prohibits their cross country runners from competing in any recreational race, during season,
Many things makeup a coach. Things like, the attitude of his or her peers, the motivation of the team, and even the background behind them. Some people have the same or even different interests in different topics or activities, but for Jordan Slone, the new
Sophomore Adrienne Salemme has been doing gymnastics for thirteen years. She has grown up at the gym, where she practices three and a half hours a day, Monday through Thursday, and 4 hours on Saturday.
“I started competing when I was 6. I like to
One week in Columbus, time stands still. The historic crosstown rivalry between Columbus North High School Bull Dogs and Columbus East High School Olympians began the 2017-2018 season with a smash. On Tuesday Aug. 22, the Columbus North Men's Tennis Team defeated the East