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Buccaneers Officially Start Their Season

How great is it that sports are back? I’m excited, I know these athletes are excited to be back. I wish we didn’t have to worry about cancellations, but we do. Unfortunately, some teams have had cancellations. Men’s and Women’s soccer both had cancelled games

Beloit Buccaneers Are Back and Hungry

The Bucs are back. After not playing in the Fall of 2020: football, volleyball, men’s and women’s soccer and men’s and women’s cross country are back to competing. In addition to competing, spectators are also allowed. Of course some guidelines set by the Midwest and

Volleyball Opens up Conference Play at Home

The volleyball team sits at 4-6, coming off two games this past weekend against Illinois College and Knox College. Friday night they lost to IC in a 5 set thriller. The Bucs came storming out and won the first set then dropping the next two.

The Bucs are Red Hot!

The men’s baseball team and the women’s softball have been red hot recently! The women’s team this season is 15-9 and are looking to make a push in the Midwest Conference race!  They are currently 6-6 in conference and are making a run at St.

What is Going on in the NBA

All information is courtesy of ESPN.com The King makes his return. LeBron James played his first game on April 30 since suffering a high ankle sprain on March 20. He put up 16 points, eight rebounds and seven assists in 32 minutes. A very standard

Let the Madness Begin

Let’s cut the crap and get right into the thick of it. Gonzaga is going to win the national championship. No team besides West Virginia has come closer than 10 points. The question is simply as Larry Bird put it “Who’s coming in second?” Oklahoma

Are You Tony Hawk?

Tony Hawk has an interesting level of fame. His name is synonymous with skateboarding. Like Tiger Woods is with golf or Serena Williams in tennis, with those two athletes you would think you would recognize them in public and lose your mind. Tony Hawk is

Midwest Conference to Support Spring Sports

The Midwest Conference announced February 19 that they are going to allow spring sport competition. However, the decision to play will ultimately be up to each individual school. Depending on how that particular school is handling COVID-19.  Softball player Makayla Zundel ‘21 reiterated that “It

A Swim Team Special

Beloit swimmers have been working hard this season. They’ve been working on their skills, finding time to hit the weights and create good team chemistry. They have been practicing since Sept. 28, going three times a week. Until the start of Mod 2, then the

MLB Gold Glove Winners

The MLB held their annual Gold Glove Award ceremony on Nov. 3. The Gold Glove is an award that is handed to the best defensive player at each position in both the National League and American league. Despite the season having only 60 games compared