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    The Greatest Game Ever Played

    Titans volleyball takes down Kellam to capture their first state championship Hunter Langley When Kellam High School’s volleyball Coach Janice Johnson walked into The Garden for the first time, it was clear that this game was going to be different than any previous game the Titan girls volleyball team played before. Johnson had state championship rings covering her fingers; Kellam has been a volleyball powerhouse in the Virginia High School League for many years. This could have easily intimidated the T.C. players, but the then 16-0 Titans had proven time and time again that they could play against any team. When the state championship game started, Kellam’s experience in these…

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    Fall Sports Make a Return

    Titan athletes dominate despite a quick start Hunter Langley After a year of chaos, anxiety and disappointment, a sense of normalcy has returned for Titan student-athletes. With the winter sports season cancelled and other districts beginning workouts for fall sports, it looked like the ball wasn’t going to bounce the Titan’s way again. But with great surprise the athletic department, led by James Parker, came up with a detailed plan to help get athletes back doing what they love.  Titan athletics are back for the fall sports season, however things look a little different this year. Athletes are required to wear masks at all times, which was proven a difficult…

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    Bill Israel Is For Real

    Rapper Kodak Black had to “Make a Hit” for his Third Studio Album Hunter Langley On November 11, rapper Kodak Black dropped his third studio album Bill Israel. While Black is still serving time in prison for federal weapons charges, the album serves as a time capsule to where he was at as an artist before he was locked up. The album cover and title is a reference to Black’s Jewish identity. While in prison, Black found Judaism, but has not been able to complete the conversion process due to the fact he has been denied access to a rabbi in his federal prison due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Black…

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    Winter Sports Get Iced

    T.C. Seniors Lose Their “Last Dance” Hunter Langley Over the past eight months, nothing but uncertainty and disappointment has arisen from the coronavirus pandemic. Perhaps the biggest disappointment for a lot of seniors was the announcement from the athletic department that the school would not be participating in the winter sports season. The announcement comes at the heels of a letter written by the Alexandria Health Director (AHD) Stephen Hearing where he stated that the “AHD does not recommend conducting/participating in sports and activities in which there is close proximity to athletes.” The Virginia High School League (VHSL) the organization in charge of high school athletics has not yet canceled…