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Exciting News from the High School Newspaper: Introducing Sports Center.

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Quinn Hoffman
Sports Center explained – JJ website
1. Locate the Sports Center Tab:
Once on the homepage, you’ll find a new tab labeled “Sports Center.” Click on it to dive into the world of high school sports.
2. Explore Schedules:
Discover the upcoming games and events by navigating to the “Schedules” section. Stay up-to-date with all the action happening in the winter season.
3. Check Out Rosters:
Get to know your favorite teams and players by browsing through the “Rosters” section. Learn about the talented athletes representing our school with pride.
4. Get Live Scores:
Follow the excitement in real-time with our “Scores” feature. Whether you’re unable to attend a game or just want instant updates, this section has you covered.
5. Stay Informed with Standings:
Track the progress of our teams throughout the season by checking the “Standings” section. Witness the journey as our athletes strive for success.

We are confident that the Sports Center will become your go-to source for all things related to high school sports. As we embark on the winter season, let’s come together as a community to support our talented athletes and celebrate their achievements.

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Jack Marhefka, Editor
Jack is a senior at Mount Vernon High School and plans to attend college and play basketball.
Quinn Hoffman, Web Design Editor
Quinn is a senior at Mount Vernon High School and will attend Olivet Nazarene University to further his academic and tennis career.
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