35-second shot clock down to a vote for 2022-23 season

AshleyJohanek Over the holiday break, Omaha high schools were introduced to a possible new shot clock rule during the basketball holiday tournament. Although it was experimental, a future state vote could make it a sanctioned rule of the game for the 2022-23 season.  “A shot clock really speeds up the game,” junior Sophie Shaffer said.… Read More 35-second shot clock down to a vote for 2022-23 season

From the field to the court: Reagan Dreibelbis does it all

By J1 Reporter Maddia Groff Homework, practice, clubs, tests, games, friends, papers. All of these things create a hefty pile on many Marian girls’ plates each year, and sophomore Reagan Dreibelbis is no exception. On top of the rigorous academic workload, Dreibelbis also plays high school softball, basketball and club softball. While balancing her academic,… Read More From the field to the court: Reagan Dreibelbis does it all

Gym Class Requirements could be Fulfilled by Athletes

By J1 Reporter Emily Martin Being an athlete in any sport requires time on and off the court or field. Student-athletes spend the majority  of their week at school, practices, games and tournaments. The state graduation requirements for health and physical education require at least two credits for PE. Marian offers a variety of  PE… Read More Gym Class Requirements could be Fulfilled by Athletes

Student team managers help athletes succeed

by J1 reporter Maggie Morris Athletics are a significant part of Marian, with 11 NSAA sanctioned sports and many athletes, some of whom play multiple sports. With all 11 sports, there are at least 20 teams of different levels-freshmen, reserve, junior varsity, and varsity. Many people have a basic understanding of the hard work and… Read More Student team managers help athletes succeed