Football Falls Short in Hard Fought Matchup

Football Falls Short in Hard Fought Matchup

Matt Keenan, Sports Editor

September 17, 2016

Even with a strong outing from the Monarch running and passing game, the Coyotes were unable to shut down the unrelenting offense of Denver South, falling to the second ranked Rebels by a score of 41-23. Monarch immediately came out with a bang Saturday morning, as senior quarterback Stone MacIntyr...

The Boys are Back

The Boys are Back

Jasmine Jeffcoat, Staff Member

September 8, 2016

With the temperature at 88 degrees and the humidity at 82%, Monarch’s football team had their work cut out for them. The coyotes were coming off of a 2-8 season, which ultimately moved them down to 4A. But even coming back from the rough previous season, the team was ready to rumble. With the Varsi...

Monarch Smokes the Buffaloes in Season Opener

With grins on their faces, the Monarch boy's soccer team celebrates after scoring their first goal of the game.

Matt Keenan, Sports Editor

August 25, 2016

The Monarch boy’s soccer team settled any skepticism going into the 2016 season Thursday night, as they defeated the five time state champion Smoky Hill Buffaloes by a score of 2-1. After an offseason full of transition, coming off of a trip to the playoffs in 2015, the team saw former coach Marce...

Soccer Salary Scandal

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Sarah Holland, Guest Contributor

May 19, 2016

Recently it has been released the USWNT (United States Women’s National Team) is suing U.S. soccer because they get paid a quarter less then the USMNT (United States Men’s National Team). This is first of all, unethical because it’s gender discrimination, but it is also unfair because the wome...

Letter to the Editor

Broncos fans celebrate after Denver took a 20-13 lead against Pittsburgh during the fourth quarter on Sunday, Jan. 17, 2016, at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver. (Christian Murdock/Colorado Springs Gazette/TNS)

Frank Dalle Molle, Guest Writer

April 29, 2016

Dear Howler, I am writing you this letter to give a little piece of my mind about bandwagon fans and the illegitimacy of their species. THEY ARE EVERYWHERE!!! First of all, I think it is ridiculous that they try to play their support off like they’re an actual fan. For instance, I’m walking down the...

Making it Without Meat

A vegan meal of tofu, brown rice, asparagus, and soy milk.

Daisy Fuchs, Web Editor in Chief

April 7, 2016

Competitive level athletics are hard, as is managing a specialized diet such as being vegan. When student athletes combine the two it provides an unique challenge that require conscious thought and effort to be able to maintain top performance. Here are some tips to help balance a vegan diet with being...

A Force to be Reckoned With

The Mighty Sharks pose for a photo

Sam Wexler, Yearbook Editor in Chief

April 3, 2016

You’ve heard of teenagers playing indoor soccer for fun, or maybe joining the water polo team in the summer just because. What you probably haven’t heard of is teens taking these “fun” leagues incredibly seriously, well now you have. The Mighty Sharks Basketball team is composed mainly of vars...

An Objective Look: The NHL Standings Around the Middle of the Season

Leaning forward, Hawks captain Jonathan Toews prepares to dish out a pass to one of his teammates during warmups at the December 31st game against the Avalanche at Pepsi Center in Denver. The Blackhawks got their winning streak going with a 4-3 OT win to kick off the new year. Since then, the Hawks have not lost a game, and their streak is changing the standings and putting them in contention for a back-to-back cup win.

Sam Wexler, Yearbook Editor in Chief

January 19, 2016

NHL Standings can rise and fall with the days, perhaps more than any sport due to the point system. In essence, there are three ways that a game between two teams can pan out. 2 points- a win, plain and simple. If you won 6-0, 2-1, in overtime or in a shootout. Regardless of how fantastic or how long ...

Coyotes Stick it to Resurrection

Defenseman Drew Wagner takes a shot at the goal during Monarch's second period offensive run.

Matt Keenan, Sports Editor

January 9, 2016

Six. That is the number of wins the Monarch ice hockey team reached on Friday night, extending their undefeated season for yet another game. Led by a mid-game offensive surge, the Coyotes defeated the Resurrection Christian Cougars by a score of 3-1. As anticipated, Monarch faced a far tougher matchup than they ha...

Getting Your Game On

Getting Your Game On

Emma Wolters, Social Media Editor

December 1, 2015

For Jack Ferry, playing tennis is more than just a sport. He has been playing tennis for as long as he can remember. “I’ve been playing tennis basically since I could walk,” said Ferry. “It’s almost always been apart of my life.” So when Ferry ran into back problems, he wasn’t going to let t...

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