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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

Losing a Season

The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat is what athletes live and die for. We were never prepared for the option of neither. The COVID-19 20 conference completely dismantled their seasons, and the Midwest Conference home to our Beloit Buccaneers was one of

2020 NBA Mock Draft

Minnesota: SG Anthony Edwards Georgia  If Minnesota does not trade this pick, as they’ve been rumored to, the clear selection for them is Anthony Edwards.  A bigger guard who can perfectly complement D’Angelo Russel and Karl Anthony-Towns. A scary big three for the future. If

Covid Runs The Big Ten

For a second it felt like 2020 was becoming normal again. It was a nice fall day, football was back and the Badger’s were hammering Illinois. It all seemed like a normal day, and within a matter of hours everything changed. The news report came

Powering Through COVID

Sports have been hard to report on because of the obvious lack of sports being played because of our current situation. However there is still a light that shines through the darkness with the opening of the Powerhouse and it’s new facilities.  The Powerhouse not

Favorite Sports Movies

Friday Night Lights This “based on a true story” film is about a small town in Texas that centers around its high school football. This particular year is 1988 and the school is Permian High School in Odessa, TX. It follows the team throughout the

Lebron vs. Jordan: Crowning the King?

“I want my damn respect” was one of LeBron James’ final comments given to the media after winning his fourth NBA Championship. Finishing off a truly unforgettable NBA season. What better way to remember the death of Kobe Bryant than the Lakers winning in his

Who the Buc are You?

This week The Round Table sat down with freshman baseball player Preston Matson’24 to continue the “Who the Buc are you?” series.   Matson is a freshman who hails from the coveted Roselle, Illinois. He has been playing baseball for the last 11 years. “Beloit gave

America’s Game at its Best

COVID-19 couldn’t have stopped America’s Game from happening this year! Even with the uncertainty due to the situation in the current world we still made it to the postseason!  As this comes out on Sunday the best of the best are the only teams left!