The Kirkwood Call

A Strong finish

Martin Strong races towards the finish line, preparing for the upcoming track season.

Grace Klebe, print managing editor

October 7, 2019

Martin Strong is a three time state champion. Read about his accomplishments here.

Photo gallery: pole vault practice 3/8/19

Maddie Bromfman, sophomore, cools down by stretching at the end of practice.

Mia Alexander and Ryleigh Palmer

March 12, 2019

The KHS pole vaulting team meet Thursday, Mar. 8 to practice and continue try-outs. Despite the chilly weather, the athletes continued practice. "[Practicing in the cold] sucks because your muscles get all tight, then you can't run and swing as fast, so it's just hard," Jason Pool, sophomore, said. In...

Spring superstitions

Spring superstitions

Maisie Bradley, sports writer

March 12, 2017

TKC asked eight student-athletes about their off-the-field efforts to ensure a successful spring season. Below are their responses. art by Lizzie Stobbe...

2016 KHS signing day

2016 KHS signing day

Christian Heutel, sports editor

November 10, 2016

Seven KHS seniors signed letters of intent to participate in intercollegiate athletics Nov. 9 outside the Holley Gym. Molly Jozwiakowski School: Southern Utah University Sport: Gymnastics Qualified and competed for Regionals (seven Midwest states) for the past seven years Qualified and competed for the last two years in the Junior Olympic National Gymnastics Championships, finishing 17...

Without limits

Without limits

Daniel Kim, writer

May 10, 2016

For the KHS track team, everything revolves around running. Their legs tirelessly push and kick off the ground. Their lungs, deflated, gasp air, while the athletes sprint faster than the others. Nevertheless, running has brought many students to the track and field program. According to Austin Nico, junior, he enjoyed...

They got 99 problems but sports ain’t one

Emma Gagliarducci, senior athlete who participates in swimming and cross country.

Katherine Hubbard, features writer

October 1, 2014

For seven years, Emma Gagliarducci woke up at 4 a.m., headed to her club swim practice, which was followed by seven hours of school. After school she ran six to seven miles for cross country practice and after doing hours of homework, finally went to sleep. Then she repeated the entire process over again. Gagliarducci,...

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