Jesse King was a weekly participant in the spring of 2019 in The Sentinel's In My Words series. Here's a look back at what he had to say as a …
As another week goes by, the season becomes more exciting and more emotional.
We finished the regular season 18-2 (11-1 Capital), which means the best time of the year has now begun.
Wrapping up the season for a lot of people can be really difficult.
"This week is going to be an exciting and busy week for both the swimmers and the divers."
"But this is the season of Nester and we were doing everything in our power to complete what he wanted out of the team."
"There is a peak in the season, but sometimes there are also major drops and twists and loops that are the struggles and obstacles that we face."
"Senior year didn’t hit me until that night. Everything about my years past with this family had rushed into my head and filled me with joy."
Many things shape us as people. They influence our decisions, our opinions, our character, our traits, actions and our reactions.
At this point in the season we are sitting tied atop the capital division at 12-2 overall and 7-1 in the league.
As the middle of our season comes to an end and championship season comes closer, our busy schedules of two or three swim meets a week begins …
With senior recognition on Tuesday night, I thought it would be a great time to reflect on my 12 years of swimming.
West Shore’s week started with a Wednesday night practice where we worked on things like skating and defensive zone coverage.
This week concluded the first half of the 2019-2020 basketball season. We faced every opponent once. We played half of the total games that we…