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Soccer Senior Night

Soccer Senior Night

CM2, Photographer - Sophia Marini

May 21, 2018


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Crew: An Inside Look

Crew: An Inside Look

Jennifer C. '21, Reporter

March 15, 2018


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Padua Academy offers a variety of sports for the students, but one sport that doesn’t receive as much attention is crew. Even though Padua doesn’t have a crew team, it does recognize that it is a sport and many girls row at the Newport Rowing Club. Although, what goes on in crew may be unknown to ma...

Jackie Knotts: Athlete Profile

Jackie Knotts: Athlete Profile

Stella W. '19, Reporter

March 2, 2018


Filed under Sports, Student News, Top Stories

Soccer is no easy sport, and Padua junior Jackie Knotts knows this firsthand. But her love for the sport allows her to endure all the trials and struggles, and Jackie continues to enjoy the experience of being on a team and working to achieve victory. A longtime player, Jackie has played since she was...

North Korea and South Korea Are Coming Together at the Olympics

North Korea and South Korea Are Coming Together at the Olympics

Jennifer C. '21, Reporter

February 10, 2018


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The Winter Olympics are nearing, starting on Friday, February 9. There could be a surprise for the viewers regarding South Korea. North Korea and South Korea will be marching in the opening ceremony under the unified flag of Korea. They even decided to join the two women’s hockey teams. The two rival ...

Padua Dance Team Performs at Pep Rally

Padua Dance Team Performs at Pep Rally

Stella W. '19, Reporter

February 9, 2018


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On Friday, February 2nd, the entire student body piled into the gym for a pep rally to conclude Catholic Schools Week. Boasting their class colors, the tension was evident as each class competed to win the distinction of having the most spirit. The Padua Dance Team performed a routine in the center of the gy...

U.S. Figure Skating: Who’s Going to the Olympics?

U.S. Figure Skating: Who’s Going to the Olympics?

Jennifer C. '21, Reporter

February 6, 2018


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The Olympics are a series of events showcasing Olympic athletes from many nations, although, one event that shines above the others is figure skating. The 2018 Winter Olympics are taking place on February 9 - 25 in Pyeongchang, South Korea, and the U.S. Figure Skating team has been decided. The ...

Paige Kenton: Athlete Profile

Paige Kenton: Athlete Profile

Stella W. '19, Writer

February 1, 2018


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When it comes to athletics, Padua has many students who take sports very seriously. Paige Kenton, a sophomore, is one of those students. Along with her impressive academic record, Paige plays both basketball and soccer for Padua, and has done so since her freshman year. “I like both sports,” she s...

Athlete Profile: Lauren Mottel

Athlete Profile: Lauren Mottel

Stella W. '19, Writer

January 30, 2018


Filed under People, Sports, Top Stories

Lauren Mottel has quite the schedule. A junior at Padua, she has balanced difficult courses and swimming for the school team since freshman year. She has powered through exhausting practices and competitions since the age of seven, and continues to swim despite multiple AP classes and the stress of co...

What It’s Like to Major in Sports Management

What It’s Like to Major in Sports Management

Jennifer C. '21, Reporter

January 29, 2018


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Sports play a big part in the lives of many people, and a sports team can mean everything to a person, whether they have grown up watching them play or they are the ones on the team. As a result, a popular major was emerged, sports management. Michael Cardamone is an example of a person who wanted to pursu...

Philadelphia Eagles, NFL’s latest underdog

Philadelphia Eagles, NFL’s latest underdog

Nicole O. '20, Writer

January 29, 2018


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       The Philadelphia Eagles won their game against the Vikings, pushing them to Super Bowl LII. After the victory in their second to last playoff game against the Atlanta Falcons, offensive tackle Lane Johnson and defensive end Chris Long celebrated by putting on a German Shepherd...

Philadelphia Eagles Prepare to Fly in NFC Championship

Philadelphia Eagles Prepare to Fly in NFC Championship

Caroline K., Editor

January 19, 2018


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Around the halls of Padua Academy today, faculty and students alike are sporting their Eagles gear in support of the Philadelphia Eagles’ upcoming NFC Championship game against the Minnesota Vikings. This is the first time the Eagles have competed for the NFC title since 2009, after a crushing loss to ...

First Home Game of the Season

First Home Game of the Season

Ava R. '19, Reporter

October 17, 2017


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This past weekend on Saturday, September 30th, the Salesianum football team shut out on their opponents from Urbana high school winning 42-0 at the first home game of the season. This win now puts at Salesianum 3-1, standing third in the state of Delaware. Many people came out to support the team in...

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