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Kyle Zarnoch

Kyle Zarnoch, Sports Editor

     My name is Kyle Zarnoch and I am a senior at Foran that loves sports and everything about them. I like to write about specific athletes, breaking news and events relating to sports. Some of my favorite things to do are to hang out with my friends, go outside and play sports myself.

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Senior Class Officers: Jay Yang, Megan McTigue, Arezoo Ghazagh and Katharine Harrison (left to right), April 28, 2022.

Class of 2022: Student Government Leadership

Kyle Zarnoch and Victoria Koenig | June 7, 2022

          There have been some special people that have worked behind the scenes to make this year's senior year run smoothly. From pep rallies, spirit week, fundraisers, and more, these senior class officers have put in hard work and dedication to make sure everything was scheduled and ran smoothly.    ...

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The Augusta National Golf Club, the home of the Masters. Photo Courtesy:

Teeing off April 7: The Masters

Kyle Zarnoch, Sports Editor | April 6, 2022

     Located in Augusta, Georgia there lay one of the most pristine golf courses in the world, Augusta National Golf Club.       The 72 holes of fresh grass and amazing scenery was designed by English designer Alister MacKenzie, however the idea for the course came from retired competitive...

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The Rams preview their stadium to the public as they get ready to host the Super Bowl. Photo Courtesy: Los Angeles Rams February 9, 2022.

Super Bowl LVI

The Tradition Continues
Kyle Zarnoch, Sports Editor | February 11, 2022

     For 55 years, families, friends and people of all relations have met and gathered to watch the Super Bowl. This year's matchup between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Los Angeles Rams is on February 13 at SoFi Stadium. Fans can find the game being televised on NBC at 6:30 PM E.S.T.     ...

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Breaking News Fills the league: Brian Flores’ allegations sweep the leagues and major news network headlines like ESPN, shown here. Photo Courtesy: ESPN February 3, 2022.

Flores Calls Out Front Office Football Flaws

Kyle Zarnoch, Sports Editor | February 10, 2022

     The biggest story coming from the NFL is former head coach of the Miami Dolphins, Brian Flores filed a class-action lawsuit against the NFL and some of its teams. Flores is accusing the league and select teams of "sham interviews, pressure to improperly recruit players, incentivizing losses and...

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Forans Wrestling Room: The team sets up the mats as they get ready for the season.

The Highly Anticipated Foran Wrestling Season is Underway

Kyle Zarnoch, Sports Editor | December 8, 2021

     Last season, most winter sports suffered a shortened or modified season with the inclusion of masks and social distancing to keep everyone safe. However, there was a sport that didn't get to compete at all: wrestling.       The Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference did not approve...

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2021 World Series: Astros vs. Braves

Underdogs Clinch the Ring- it’s a Homerun for the Braves
Kyle Zarnoch, Sports Editor | November 12, 2021

 “Left side, Swanson, to first... The Braves are World Champions!” says Joe Buck on FOX during the final out of the 2021 World Series.  For the fourth time in franchise history the Atlanta Braves have become World Series champions.  On November 2, 2021 in Houston, Texas, Yuli Gurriel, the...

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The captains of the girls volleyball team, Arezoo Ghazagh and Morgan Viesselman.  Photo courtesy: The Mane Street Mirror.

Senior Athletes Rise to Make Their Mark

Meet the 2021 Fall Sport Captains
Kyle Zarnoch, Sports Editor | September 23, 2021

     As the highly anticipated fall sports seasons begin, each team has proudly named their captains. Each captain looks to lead their respective team to a winning season, while avoiding any conflicts that may arise. After the loss of some fall sports last season, this year it is especially critical...

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The Foran Tennis team back on the court, working hard during practice Photo courtesy: Kyle Zarnoch: March 26, 2021.

The start of 2021 Spring Sports

Is this the first step to normalcy?
Kyle Zarnoch, Staff Writer | April 14, 2021

     When the Coronavirus pandemic struck the world in early 2020, the cancellation of many high school sports left many players disappointed. With 2021 here and the pandemic on the decline, we have seen the return of athletics. Although the sports include strict protocols, many players are just thankful...

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A battle of the East, the New Orleans Pelicans face off against the Brooklyn Nets in a regular season matchup. Photo courtesy: Ian Eisenman July 22, 2020.

Houston Rockets trade Superstar James Harden in Blockbuster Deal

Kyle Zarnoch and Oliver Ardrey | January 15, 2021

     The Houston Rockets on January 14 sent arguably one of their best players of the previous decade James Harden to the Brooklyn Nets. This trade didn't just involve the two teams, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Indiana Pacers were also involved.       James Harden's numbers with the Houston...

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Take it to the corner: The New York Giants take on the Dallas Cowboys in a divisional rivalry in 2019. Photo courtesy of Oliver Ardrey.

2021 NFL Playoffs: The Expansion of Teams

Oliver Ardrey and Kyle Zarnoch | January 6, 2021

     This has been a crazy year for sports and as the NFL playoffs start, here is everything you need to know about the changes in the expansion of teams, new rules, and the new bracket.      This year, the NFL has decided to implement a new playoff format. For many years, just 12 teams have...

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