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Nationals’ World Series win means a lot to fans

Jackson Todd 19 wins and 31 losses. Those are the numbers that keep sticking in my mind, even as I celebrate the first World Series Title for D.C. in my lifetime, because of what those numbers represent. The Nationals had 19 wins and 31 losses through our first 50 games, and we had a less than one […]

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Women’s soccer wins back-to-back titles

Angad Singh Sports Editor The Fighting Scots women’s soccer team’s sensational performance against DePauw set them up for winning the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) for a second consecutive year. The Scots’ performance against Denison University on Nov. 6 ensured their place in the final. Playing a familiar opponent, the team beat the Big Red […]

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Seniors look to go out with a bang for Coach Moore

Chloe Burdette Managing Editor As North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) schools prepare for the 2019-20 basketball season, their main goals include stacking wins and playing cohesively as a team. But as the Wooster Fighting Scots men’s basketball team prepares for their season, many players have another big goal in mind — to make it the best year yet for their beloved head coach, Steve Moore. Moore […]

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Cross country competes in conference championship

Ian Ricoy Sports Editor Both of Wooster’s cross country teams competed in the North Coast Athletic Confer- ence (NCAC) championships this past weekend at Wabash College in Carmel, Ind. Three Scots earned All-Conference honors: Isabelle Hoover ’22, Kayla Bertholf ’22 and Aedan Pettit ’20. Wooster’s women’s team did well, finishing fifth, while the men’s team […]

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Field Hockey loses last game of the season

Samuel Casey News Editor For their final game of the season, the College’s field hock- ey team faced the 19th-ranked University of Lynchburg on a day which celebrated the three seniors on the team — Emma Hambright ’20, Grace O’Leary ’20 and Harriet Sudduth ’20. The Hornets jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the […]

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Women’s soccer earns trip to conference tournament

Angad Singh Sports Editor The Fighting Scot’s women’s soccer team continues their dominant performance in the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) this year, which is reminiscent of last year when they won the conference. The Scots face a familiar opponent in Denison, whom they beat on Saturday, Nov. 2 to secure their spot in the […]

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