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Women’s Basketball Returns to Action

For most teams a 0-3 record seems like something that would be an early season blunder. However, for our Buc women coming off a previous season going 3-22, this team has a lot of potential.  What I mean by that is they just have lapses

Men’s Basketball is Back!

9,986,000 jump shots are taken in a basketball season. Can you believe that? No, you can’t because that’s actually the number of minutes Michael Scott worked at Dunder Mifflin. I sat down with a couple of the men’s basketball players and they all told me

Swim Season is Upon us

“You yell ‘barracuda,’ everyone says ‘what?’ you yell ‘shark,’ we’ve got a panic on our hands” is what Mayor Larry told Martin Brody. But no one told Martin Brody what happens when you yell “Buccaneer!”  The 2021-2022 Beloit Buccaneer swim season is finally upon us

Buccaneer Boy and Girl

Anyone can ask Tommy Callahan if doing things on the road are difficult. Whether it be selling brake pads or winning soccer games, it is a tough task. For the men’s and women’s soccer teams this year that has been especially tough. Going a combined

Knox Knox Knoxing on Beloit’s Door

Welcome to the jungle. The jungle being the Midwest conference as last Saturday both our men’s and women’s soccer teams dropped games against Knox College. The Blazing Fox’s were treating our teams like a sweet child of mine. However, don’t cry as there is a

Screaming and Kicking

The men’s and women’s soccer teams have more energy coming into this season than Phil Weston on coffee. Beloit might as well be Scranton because electricity is in the air. The women’s team is already shocking the competition.  Being 3-0-2 that leaves them as the

Run Beloit Run

Cross country runners are unheralded heroes of athletes. Doing two a days at practice, and giving it their all to run. As my high school football coach said “who runs for fun?” Well they do coach, and they’ve done it quite well this season under

No Breaks…Even On break

About one in thirteen high school athletes go on to become college athletes. It’s a little over seven percent, so to accomplish that itself is a pretty amazing feat. For athletes, getting there isn’t their only goal. The goal is to get there and play