By: Delaney Chase
Even though the start of fall sports was questionable at the beginning of the season, they are now officially in full swing. Girls soccer, volleyball, and cross-country, are all off to strong starts this year and are working hard to keep their seasons going as long as possible.
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By: Dillon Benson
Due to Covid, this year’s fall sports are going to be a little different compared to previous years. There have been multiple changes to rules and how athletics typically occur. Adjusting to changes has been tough for parents and athletes and has also caused a giant headache for our athletic director here at Eisenhower. Athletic Director, Mr. Penley, has done a great job so far, but has also faced many challenges.
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By: Owen Trumbull
Hunters across Pennsylvania are itching to climb into a tree stand on a nice cold morning. Archery season in Pennsylvania opened October 3 statewide. Many hunters have been preparing for the past several months to be as prepared as they can be and hopefully have the opportunity to harvest the buck of a lifetime. If you are a hunter or interested in hunting archery this year, you may find yourself asking, “How can I score a big buck this fall?” Here at The Squire we wondered the same thing and set out to find the answer.
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