The Echo

Club meeting experiences low turnout

Club meeting experiences low turnout

Marta Hill, Noah Orloff, and Isabel Kjaer

January 15, 2019

According to junior Fellowship of Christian Athletes’ co-leader Aaron Ellingson, the meeting Jan. 10 had a lower turnout than normal. “I thought it went well. There were fewer people than are usually here—I think just because we had to reschedule, but it went well,” Ellingson said. Junior c...

Athletes seek recognition from school

Athletes seek recognition from school

Sofia Seewald

September 20, 2018

According to synchronized swimmer, junior Ava Tronson, who has competed at State multiple years with her team, her sport does not receive equal recognition for achieving the same goals as other Park teams. “Since the football team has never really been to State, it was nice the school recognized...

Boys’ ultimate low on numbers

Boys’ ultimate low on numbers

Jenna Cook

March 30, 2018

Boys’ ultimate head coach Spencer Hagen said he is ready to teach an almost completely new team because he loves spreading his fondness of the sport. “The reason I’m a coach is because I love ultimate, and I love spreading the passion that I have for ultimate,” Hagen said. “I’m really e...

Student athletes benefit from practice during finals

Student athletes benefit from practice during finals

William Phelan

January 24, 2018

Waking up at 6 a.m. for a 6:30 lift before classes, going to classes, then practicing for 3 hours after school, and not getting home until 7; this is the life of an athlete. With this sort of a schedule, it can become difficult to find time for homework and studying. For student athletes who have rigor...

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