The Pony Express

Brooks Carroll switches to track

Senior Brooks Carroll will be a D2 football athlete in the fall at Bemidji State University. Recently, he made a spring sport switch from baseball to track. Carroll said, “I want to get faster for college football, and I feel like I could help the school out with track, so I just decided to focus on that because I thought that would benefit me more for the future.”

Jake Simcik, Social Media Reporter

March 26, 2015

Most people know senior Brooks Carroll as a star-wide receiver for the football team, and an exceptional athlete, Carroll has committed to Bemidji State University  and plans to play D2 football there. While football is the sport he is unquestionably dedicated to, his 4.3-second forty-yard dash...

Living the dream, College Signing day

Justin Hannasch, Team Lead Editor

February 18, 2015

Playing college sports is a rare thing. According to College Stats, 7.3 percent of boys and 7.6 percent of girls will make the commitment to go from a high school to a college sport. In fact, CBS News reports that only 2 percent of high school athletes will even get a college scholarship. On Feb. 4, the ...

New leader in the football team’s offense

Braden Cousineau, Social Media Reporter

October 30, 2014

Last year DJ Skie ('15) was one of the Ponies leading receivers, this year he is the one on the other end of the ball. Skie, now heading the Ponies agile offense, is new to the position. He has proven himself over the summer and so far this season. Now the Ponies wonder what is to come with their new...

New weight lifting club takes athletes to the next level

New weight lifting club takes athletes to the next level

Dan Strand

December 6, 2013

The season may be over, but many football players and other athletes are already working to improve their fitness for next season.  The new weight lifting club was created for the sole purpose of making athletes better.  Four days a week after school, one can see many athletes striving to take thei...

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