May 16

Fortnite Season 4

Joe Westhoff ’18

Staff Writer

Ladies and gentleman, this is the moment that we all have been waiting for. Season four of Fortnite Battle Royal has finally been revealed after the agony of waiting. This new season has been promising so far and has truly shown off the creativity of the developers at Epic games. They never fail to find new ways to grab the players attention and have them begging for more characters and cosmetics to unlock. With season 3 having a space theme, Epic Games has sent their own idea of superheros to save the planet from the damage that the numerous meteorites caused. As you drop in for your first time in season 4 and check the map, you will see drastic changes across the world of Fortnite. The fan favorite Dusty Depot was the main victim of one of these meteors and the entire spot has been replaced with a huge crater and a special lab placed in the middle. It is now called Dusty Divot. This was not the only difference in the new season 4 map, but it certainly was the biggest change. With all these new changes to the game, there is bound to be new players joining the rapidly growing Fortnite community. Have fun gamers!

May 16

Graduation

Alex Wrobel 18′

Staff Writer

Graduation season is kicking off and we have a busy schedule coming up these next few weeks. First, baccalaureate rehearsal starts at 10:00 am on June 6th at St. Thomas Church and all seniors must attend. It is mandatory to be on time and seniors must also be in school uniform. Later that day, at 4:30 pm graduates arrive at St. Thomas Church with the Baccalaureate mass beginning at 5:00 pm. Following mass is the banquet at the Swan Valley Banquet Center starting at 6:40 pm. June 7th is a Graduation rehearsal at 9:30 am at the temple theater. School uniforms, clean shaven and parking behind the temple theater is mandatory. The graduation program starts later that evening at 7:00 pm and all graduates must be parked and inside before 6:15 pm. All graduation guests must have a ticket to be admitted inside. There are no tickets available at the door. Good luck seniors!

May 15

Baseball Keeps a Steady Pace

Photo by: NouvelSports.com

Photo by: NouvelSports.com

Kyle Allen 18′

Staff Writer

Our Nouvel Boys Baseball team has been very consistent throughout the season so far. They sit on a 7-7 record and are hoping to improve that record heading into Districts. Last season, the panthers lost in the first round. The boys hope to improve that this season with hard work, determination and teamwork. Captain Tate Hausbeck had some words to say about the team, “We have a good opportunity to make a run in playoffs, when we play to the best of our ability its hard to stop us when were on.” As you can see, the guys are very confident in their ability and are trusting the process this season. Coming up, the boys have a tournament this weekend in the tournament hosted by Nouvel. Last season, our guys won the tournament with eight teams competing against them. Starting Saturday, May 12th, they start off the first game with a very good Bullock Creek team. A rematch from earlier in the season where they lost 7-5 and the second game 6-5. The guys look to bounce back this week and are hungry for not only a win against them, but another tournament win, as well.

May 15

Girls Soccer

Photo by: NouvelSports.com

Photo by: NouvelSports.com

Kyle Lemanek ’18

Staff Writer

The Lady Panthers have been working hard since the last update. Their current record is 2-7. The ladies faced hard losses to Clio, John Glenn, and Frankenmuth. I talked to Senior Captain Catherine Charlton to inquire on the 3 games. “The losses were hard for us. We have to better set ourselves up on the field to attack and work on our X’s and O’s. It needs to be more about the strategy for us and teamwork, or we won’t come together as a unit and be effective. We are a very young team, but we are confident and willing to put in the work to really get better.” said Catherine. The girls had a victory over Tawas with Karly Scocelas scoring the game winning goal 3-2. The girls next game will be against SASA at home today and another home game Thursday. Make sure to come support our Lady Panthers!

May 15

Golf Update

Michael Ehlman ’19 Will Jarema ’18

The Nouvel golf team is having continued success as they prepare for Regionals. They played at the Saginaw County invite last week and both Jonah Wright ’19 and Jack Grant ,18 had excellent games. Jonah Wright got ninth with a score of 85, and Jack Grant placed third with a score of 82. As a whole, the Nouvel golf team placed fourth. The Nouvel golf team has an invite this weekend, and then Regionals will be played May 31. Said Wright,” We are playing very well right now, we are pushing ourselves everyday. so we can place in Regionals and move on to states. We wish the golf team good luck for the rest of the year

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