• Featured,  Opinion,  Sports

    Theogony’s Athletes of the Year

    T.C. Athletes Make Their Mark On and Off the Field Hunter Langley ***Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, Theogony has decided to not include spring sports athletes on this list. Male Athlete of the Year: Robert Longerbeam To say Longerbeam was anything short of dominating during this past football season would be an incredible understatement. Longerbeam showed a lot of promise in his Junior campaign last fall, enough to win him Male Athlete of the Year last year. He lit up every camp and 7 on 7 game he attended in the spring and still managed to exceed all expectations for his senior season. He led the Titans to an 8-4…

  • Sports

    Here’s to the Next Four Years

    Three Female Athletes Commit to Division I Colleges Reagan Feld and Sadie Finn MADDIE TOASO, CREW: “Maddie Toaso is the most resilient person I know,” said senior Candace Goodman, Toaso’s crew teammate. Toaso’s resilience was evident during her sophomore season when she was removed from the top boat. “[I] needed to work harder,” said Toaso, to her get top spot back. Her hard work paid off, as this past fall she committed to Oregon State University’s Division I crew team.  Toaso has enjoyed her time on crew, especially being around her fellow teammates. “[I probably love] the people in it the most,” said Toaso. In a boat of eight, it…

  • Opinion,  Sports

    ‘The Little Things That Add Up’

    Winter is an interesting time for T.C. sports, with boys basketball games being by far the most popular sport. While the boys are on an upswing this season, generating a lot of buzz and excitement, it seems as if people keep overlooking the remarkable success of the girls sports programs. The female student-athletes need money from ticket and concession sales to afford certain luxuries just as the boys team does.