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Marion Center High School’s Stingers Shine Through Rain in Victory Over Penns Manor

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Cora Goddard

In a stirring showdown marked by relentless rain and remarkable resilience, Marion Center High School’s Stingers secured a well-deserved victory over Penns Manor last night. The atmosphere at Penns Manor was charged with excitement as our team showed incredible determination and teamwork in the face of challenging weather conditions.

Sophomore Cam Rising, who played a pivotal role in the game, shared his thoughts on the team’s performance: “Going into the game, we just knew we needed to show up to play. We had to come out of the gates hot, and that’s exactly what we did.”

Indeed, the Stingers came out firing on all cylinders, showcasing an impressive display of skill, teamwork, and dedication. The persistent rain may have made the field slippery, but it didn’t dampen their spirits. Our team’s perseverance shone through as they executed plays with precision, overcoming the challenging weather conditions.

Cam Rising continued, “We just need to get back to work on Monday and focus on the little mistakes we made last night and come ready to beat [Penns Manor] next Friday.” His words reflect the Stingers’ commitment to continuous improvement. Even in the sweet taste of victory, they remain focused on honing their skills and addressing any areas that need refinement.

The Marion Center High School community rallied behind our team last night, braving the elements to show unwavering support. The enthusiastic cheers from the stands undoubtedly boosted the players’ spirits as they battled against both the opposing team and the relentless rain.

As we celebrate this impressive victory, it’s evident that the Stingers’ determination, unity, and commitment to excellence continue to drive their success. The resilience they displayed in the face of adverse weather conditions serves as an inspiration to us all.

With the memory of last night’s win fueling their ambition, the Stingers are gearing up for their next challenge against a formidable opponent. As Cam Rising wisely said, they’ll return to the field on Monday, ready to address any minor errors and prepare to conquer their next opponent. We, the Marion Center High School community, eagerly anticipate another exhilarating game and are confident that our Stingers will continue to make us proud both on and off the field.

Make sure to come out and next Friday to support your Stingers at home, as they take on Purchase Line for our homecoming game! The homecoming king and queen will be announced at halftime.

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Mackenzie Thomas, Sports and Feature Editor
“Don’t give up on the person you’re becoming”  I am Mackenzie Thomas, a Senior at Marion Center Area High School. I am currently involved in Advanced Competetive Robotics, Bots IQ Robotics, FIRST Robotics, Future Business Leaders of America(FBLA), Cross Country, and Track and Field.  I am a proud member of the Newspaper staff for the fifth year. My love for journalism is flourishing as I am able to contribute to myself in a positive way. Ultimately, the Newspaper Club is giving me the opportunity to represent the school through writing and exploring events going on amongst the student body, all while contributing to my future career goal in the sports journalism field. 
Cora Goddard, Writer and Photographer
"There are no shortcuts to any place worth going." -Beverly Sills   Hello! My name is Coraline Goddard. I am in 7th grade and go to Marion Center Area High School. I am involved in concert band and color guard.
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