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Off to a Running Start

April 30, 2013

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By Ethan Molifua Running isn’t just for fun. Most people say they hate running, but not athletes who go out for track and field. “Running isn’t all that bad. If I have a bad day, it is like a stress reliever,” said Jeralyn...

Optimism on the Field

April 30, 2013

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By Sarah Wetzel It’s the time of the year again where girls obsess over baseball players’ butts and the famous Farmer Tans take their revenge. Baseball has been known for years as America’s favorite past-time, and even...

Basketball Boys Plan Ahead

April 30, 2013

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The Gator boys basketball team just missed their chance to make it to state this past season. But they're prepared to take their game to the next level this winter. By Alex Stogdill The basketball season has come to a close....

Broken Fingers, Concussions, and Bruises…Oh My!

November 4, 2011

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By Sarah Wetzel Most everyone can say they know someone who played a sport in high school. Most athletes will say it was the best thing they did in school for different reasons. Sometimes it’s because of the workout they got,...

Cross Country Makes Long Strides This Season

November 4, 2011

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By Shelbey White This season’s 2011 Cross Country runners have made their mark in the North Star record books. These athletes are going above and beyond the footsteps left behind by their fellow alumni. There are a few gator...

Gator Softball in a League of Their Own

October 11, 2011

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By Mikaelah Molifua In 2009, the Gator varsity softball team qualified for the state championships in Hastings, NE. They had one of the best pitchers in the state. Paige Policky was a very important asset to the program. Emily ...

Tacklin’ Another Year

October 11, 2011

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By Trevor Birdzell Football is a game in which two opposing teams of 11 players each defend goals at opposite ends of a field. You score these points by simply running the ball past the other team’s goal line. North Star’s football te...

Varsity Volleyball Strives for Victory

October 11, 2011

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By Shelbey White The varsity girls volleyball team started the season with a lot of adversity. The base of any team and athlete is having goals for yourself and for the team. These lady Gators made goals to be the number one...

A Boost for the Booster Club

October 11, 2011

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By Megan Woodard It’s only a month into the school year, and already we’ve witnessed a lot of major changes at North Star. The beloved principal Dr. Nancy Becker retired and was replaced by Dr. Fred Skretta of Kansas City. ...

Boy’s Basketball Team Plagued by Injuries

February 15, 2010

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By Eddie Blanton If you’ve been attending the boy’s basketball, games you’ve probably noticed a few players watching the game from the bench. The injury list is no fun for a player, but when several players are plagued...

Volleyball Ends Season On a High Note

December 1, 2009

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By Eddie Blanton, Gator Galaxy Staff On November 4th, the varsity volleyball team played a double header against Omaha Central and Omaha Burke to try to earn a trip to the state tournament. They came on the court and pummeled...

Sports Preview

September 23, 2009

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By Mikaelah Molifua and Amanda Keblar North Star students and staff take much pride in their sports programs. From golf to football everyone shows their spirit and love of sports. Every year brings new players, new expectations,...

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