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#22 Jack Lenocher hits the ball.

Boys’ Volleyball team crushes Westerville South

Teagan Knutson, Photographer April 16, 2021

The Hayes boys volleyball team won in their game against Westerville South High School on April 8.

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#8 Bryden Decaminada runs to first base.

Baseball game against Westerville Central cancelled due to rain

Teagan Knutson, Photographer April 16, 2021

The boys' baseball game on April 9 was canceled due to lightning. At the time of the rain-out, the score was 2-2 against Westerville Central High School.

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Boys Lacrosse team plays Olentangy Liberty

Boys Lacrosse team plays Olentangy Liberty

Teagan Knutson, Photographer April 16, 2021

The Pacer Lacrosse team played a 2-hour-long game, during a rainstorm, against Olentangy Liberty. The team lost in a 5-17 game.

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Hayes baseball team defeats Northridge

Hayes baseball team defeats Northridge

Kristen Smith, Staff Writer April 10, 2021

The Pacers baseball team beat Northridge 2-1 on April 10. The two runs were scored by senior #5 Nick Wildman and junior #10 CJ Holmes. The team will be back in action at Big Walnut on April 14.

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Doug Ulman (right) interviews Michael Phelps (left).  The interview took place as part of the New Albany Foundation's lecture series, an annual education program that features internationally prominent speakers.

Michael Phelps speaks at New Albany Foundation presentation

Maddie Wells, Staff Writer March 26, 2021

On March 9, Michael Phelps spoke at a presentation held by the New Albany Foundation in a talk with Doug Ulman about his swimming career and its impact on his mental health.  Michael Phelps is the...

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Junior Joe Molina hits groundstrokes at tennis practice.  On rainy or exceptionally cold days, the boys' tennis team uses the gymnasium to review foundational skills.

Boys’ tennis prepares for season with new coach

Jack Almoro, Staff Writer March 16, 2021

The boys’ tennis team’s 2020 season was canceled at the hands of the Covid-19 pandemic. One year later, they are beginning preparations for the new season. Over the summer, Gary Hibinger was brought...

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Junior Owen Morris standing next to the Delaware AFJROTC flag

Hayes drill team holds first in-person meet

Kamryn Drake, Staff Writer March 10, 2021

On February 13, Hayes hosted the first in-person drill meet of the year.  The Hayes JROTC drill team, the Delaware Phantoms, ended the meet winning third place in varsity unarmed inspection, third place...

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Georgia leaping

Hayes gymnastics team finishes season

Sophie Hance, Editor in chief March 6, 2021

On February 24,  The Hayes gymnastics team finished their season. Their last meet was the District competition in which 38 other schools competed.

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Hayes basketball player dribbles ball.

Hayes boys’ basketball team defeats Canal Winchester

Kristen Smith, Staff Writer February 21, 2021

The Pacers boys' basketball team beat Canal Winchester 57-54 on February 20. The Pacers were led by freshman #15 Jesse Burris, who scored 20 points. Senior #2 Ryan Smudz also led the Pacers to victory...

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Many NFL teams, including the Philadelphia Eagles, added symbols or text to team uniforms in 2020 in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and ending systemic racism.

Black Lives Matter reaches a wider audience through sports

Sophie Hance, Editor-in-Chief February 18, 2021

On a national scale, the Black Lives Matter movement has had many noticeable effects on the world through various mediums. Surprisingly, sports is one of them. From sports stars speaking out on social...

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Pacer's boy's and girl's team after their outstanding victory against Big Walnut.

Boys’ and girls’ bowling teams crush Big Walnut

Kamryn Drake, Staff Writer January 26, 2021
Delaware Hayes didn't spare Big Walnut's feelings on January 18.  The boys' varsity won 2893 to 2145, while the girls' varsity won 1973 to 1879.
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