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France vs. Argentina

Mona Gelfgatt This year, the World Cup has been like no other. Twists and turns were thrown at us each game, and everyone has been enthralled by it. The final was exceptional. France vs. Argentina. Mbappe vs. Messi. The fans were screaming, crying, jumping, oh it was a rollercoaster of a game. 2022’s World Cup […]

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Powderpuff Review

Tucker Crane, Sophomore This past Saturday (11/19/2022,) the annual Powederpuff showdown between Swampscott and Marblehead went down. This was the tenth annual powderpuff game since it began in 2012. After four weeks of practicing, the all girl flag football teams took the field to continue our decade long rivalry.  This time around, the coaches were […]

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MHS Student Editorial — Dance Is a Sport!

By: Abby Lemieux, Junior Is Dance a Sport? How much longer will this controversy surrounding dance continue? Some people agree that it is a sport while others disagree. According to Webster.com, a sport is an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment. Dance […]

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Super Bowl Review: Should Pats Fans Root for Brady?

Throughout the game, as well as Brady’s entire season with Tampa Bay, Patriots fans were presented with a question: should we root for Brady, the player that we love and who gave us six prior wins? Or do we root for Kansas City because of Brady’s betrayal?

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The Chiefs Take the Super Bowl

Last Sunday, February 2nd, the 54th Super Bowl and the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the NFL happened. After a hard fought battle, the Kansas City Chiefs dominated over the San Francisco 49ers with a final score of 31-20. Throughout the regular season, the 49ers have been successful at preventing opposing teams from coming […]

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Marblehead Dominates Powder Puff Game to Beat Swampscott 33-12

This past Saturday, November 22, senior girls from Marblehead High School and Swampscott High School faced off against each other in the rival towns’ annual Powder Puff game. Marblehead dominated the game, winning 33-12 courtesy of touchdowns from Summer Urich, Olivia Cleary, Bryn Burton, Carter Murray, and Callie O’Neill, as well as conversion kicks from […]

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Marblehead Magicians Win First Game Against Gloucester

Last Friday, September 20, the Marblehead Magicians faced off in a hard-fought game against the Gloucester Fisherman. What felt like the whole town was in attendance, creating an incredible atmosphere that seemed to shake the entire stadium. I saw teachers, students and even many seniors at the game, which was indicative of how much high […]

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Rain Running

So, you had a plan to go for a run. But it’s raining. Well, not raining– pouring. And windy. Upon checking the weather and observing such a rain storm out the window, many runners immediately shy away to the treadmill. The treadmill is climate-controlled, safe, and predictable. Besides, heading out for a run is courageous […]

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Focus on the Real Victims, Not Robert Kraft

On Friday, February 22nd, the owner of the Patriots, Robert Kraft, was charged with two counts of solicitation of prostitution. These events occurred at Orchids of Asia Day Spa, a massage spa in Jupiter, Florida. The charges were made after the uncovering of a human sex trafficking ring linked to illegal sex work in several […]

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Why was Adam Levine Naked at the Superbowl?

This past Sunday, the Patriots (unsurprisingly, if we’re being honest) won yet another Super Bowl. I probably don’t need to tell you that it was Tom Brady’s sixth ring. And that he is the best quarterback of all time, et cetera, et cetera. Although it was a relatively uneventful and almost boring game – the […]

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