By: Kyler Black
Eisenhower’s spring sports teams, boys baseball, girls softball, and track and field have all started the season. The sports teams are in their seasons now and have achieved some impressive feats early into the season. For the final sports season of this school year, the teams look to have success on the mounds and tracks.
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By: Cole Kell
While fishing is a popular spring sport for many Eisenhower students, the students might be less familiar with fly fishing, which is a unique approach to the sport of fishing. Fly fishing is a method that is used to draw strikes from fish that instinctively feed on vary types of insects, as well as other prey of minute proportions, according to blueridgemountainlife.com. Fly fishing provides anglers with the most practical approach toward replicating prey of its nature, as traditional fishing gear is ill-suited presenting ultra-lightweight lures.
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By: Drew Mandeville
With the fall and winter sports long finished, the spring teams find themselves preparing for the end of the season and the school year. As the summer approaches, next year’s teams will begin rigorous off-season training for an improved chance at a competitive season.
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