The Mirror

Senior manages multiple sports teams

Nick Einig, Web Editor
December 17, 2018

Three seconds left in the game, down by three points, the fans are wondering if he can send the game into overtime. They see him pause, take a breath and shoot the ball. They get on their feet. Nothing can be heard except for the final buzzer going off. The buzzer stops and, “swish” the ball goes in, the fans erupt, rushing the court and the players join in the madness. These are the moments...

Drew Brees is the G.O.A.T.

Brennan Dolnick, Editor-in-Chief
December 14, 2018

With the NFL regular season heating up, fans have seen many impressive young quarterbacks make their mark on the league this season. Unlike players like Patrick Mahomes, Mitchell Trubisky, Deshaun Watson, and Baker Mayfield. New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees is continuing to leave his mark on the NFL at age 39. Drew Brees is the greatest quarterback of all time. After Tom Brady won his fifth...

De Smet Scholar Bowl prepares for home Invitational Meet

Camden Brazile, Copy Editor
December 12, 2018

With the winter sports season reaching its peak at De Smet just before Christmas break, one winter sport De Smet often overlooks is the official De Smet Scholar Bowl Team. Scholar Bowl is an after school event that challenges and pushes the limits of student’s knowledge of Math, Science, Pop Culture, and a litany of other topics, forcing avid competitors to exercise their brain more than their bodies....

Video: Senior puts injury behind him

December 7, 2018

Senior Josh Lindell named All-American

Cameron Range, Staff Writer
December 6, 2018

He has worked his whole life to get to this moment. Senior Josh Lindell joins an elite class of high school athletes to become an All-American. “I am very excited for myself,” Lindell said. “I’ve been working hard my entire life to get to this point and knowing that it paid off feels awesome." Josh has been playing soccer nearly his whole life and has always been a little more talented...

Soccer season recap

Gave Helm, Staff Writer
November 29, 2018

The soccer team came off a great season finishing second in state. Although they did not clinch their goal of winning state, they finished second and that is still a fantastic accomplishment thus far. “As much as we’d like to get first, there were a lot of teams that didn’t expect us to win so we were like the underdogs,” Matt Russo said. “And we liked that, we loved being the underdogs.” The...

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