Silva supports players on the field with a high five to keep their spirits up.

Wilton High School’s Managers Teach Us A Valuable Lesson

Bella Andjelkovic, Managing Editor December 17, 2021

Being a “manager” of one of Wilton High School’s many sports can mean completely different things depending on the person. From a casual side activity, to basically the equivalent of a part-time...

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Emily Mrakovcic, captain of the Wilton High School girls’ cross country team, runs a final race on the CIAC State Open course on her road to the New England Championships.

A Fight to the Finish

Joy Ren, Managing Editor December 2, 2021

“Runners, on your mark.” Anticipation echoes across the field as runners settle into their starting positions. Arms cocked in ninety degree angles and torsos tilted forward, the tension is finally...

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The WHS football team now schedules practices on the field in front of Fujitani due to turf closure.

Hit by Hurricanes

Ria Raniwala and Ava Marini October 20, 2021

Wilton High School temporarily lost a vital part of the campus in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, when the iconic Fujitani Field was shut down at the beginning of the school year to undergo restoration...

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Coach Liptack huddles with his team during a match, following with a motivating speech.

Students learn valuable lessons as long-loved coach retires from coaching volleyball

Grace DiBuono-Krafick, Staff Writer November 12, 2020

This past Friday, Wilton High School's freshman girls volleyball team competed in its final match of the season, outscoring Ridgefield two sets to one. This game not only marked the end of 2020's shortened...

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Clayton Kershaw celebrates his first World Series Championship with great excitement.

World Series Recap: Los Angeles Dodgers emerge victorious

Mack Kepner, Head of Athletics November 9, 2020

Los Angeles and Tampa Bay have dominated the 2020 sports world. The Tampa Bay Lightning stormed to a Stanley Cup Finals victory, concluding the NHL season, and the Los Angeles Lakers emerged victorious...

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The NBA Bubble goes a whole season with no COVID-19 cases while still fighting social injustices, making history for the association.

NBA Bubble Recap: the incredible accomplishment that made history

Mack Kepner, Head of Athletics October 23, 2020

It has been over six months since the Oklahoma City Thunder and Utah Jazz walked off the basketball court. Since the fans at Chesapeake Energy Arena headed for the exits before the game had even begun.  Since...

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Nadal Secures Historic Win at Roland Garros

Gavin Lam, Staff Writer October 19, 2020

No. 2 seed Rafael Nadal secured his 13th win at Roland Garros against No. 1 seed Novak Djokovic tying Roger Federer’s all-time mark of 20 major grand slam titles. The 36-year-old Spaniard routed...

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NBA Offseason: Top Duos in the League

NBA Offseason: Top Duos in the League

Mack Kepner October 4, 2019

This summer has seen a monumental shift in power for the National Basketball Association. The league Champions have lost their super star, the Warriors’ dynasty is seemingly over, and King James has...

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The Virginia Cavaliers as Champions

Cole Stefan May 3, 2019

For the first time since 2006, the NCAA has a first time champion in Men's Basketball. That honor belongs to the Virginia Cavaliers out of Charlottesville, Virginia. They were a one seed that did not have...

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The 2019 MLB Season in Preview

Cole Stefan March 20, 2019

That time of year has arrived again. While parts of the nation still grip with the cold, the southern portion of the US has had a lot of spring training in the days leading up to the start of the regular...

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