Best NFL QB 1/8/14

Students share opinions on which quarterback is the best in the NFL.

College Football Playoffs 10/23/14

Skip and Roger analyze the college football playoffs for 2015.

International Sports Report , 2-24-14

International Sports Report edited by MJ Malone. Hosted by David Silver. Panelists include Connor Irey, MJ Malone, and Kyle Williams. Recorded by Mitchell Andrews.

NFL Playoff Predictions 2014

Nevarmore Online Reporters David Silver and Connor “Fonz” Irey talk about the upcoming NFC and AFC playoff predictions.

RSR Most Exciting Sports Debate 1-08-2014

Which sport is the most exciting to watch? Panelists include Chris Corchiani, LJ Young, and Mike Fagan. Camera work done by MJ Malone and Tiger Harris. Editing done by MJ Malone and Mike Fagan.

College Football Playoffs (12/10/2014)

Skip and Roger analyze the college football playoffs for 2015.

Mike Rice Representation and Interviews, 4-16-13

Nevarmore Online talks to basketball players and represents Mike Rice the former Rutgers Basketball coach

ACC Barnstorming Tour Preview, 4-16-13

Check out this preview for the 35th annual ACC Barnstorming Tour hosted by Ravenscroft School.

Ryan Kelly Comeback: Parents’ Interview, 3-20-13

The Nevarmore Online News team interviews the heart and soul of the Duke Men’s basketball team, Ryan Kelly’s parents on his return to action.

Ryan Kelly Comeback, 3-7-13

Ravenscroft’s Jordan Bednar ’13, Matthew Quesenberry ’13, and Jimbo Barnes ’13 talk to Ryan’s high school basketball coach, Kevin Billerman, in this exclusive interview!

Super Bowl XLVII (Shortened), 2-4-13

Too busy to watch the Super Bowl? No worries. The Nevarmore News Team brings you Super Bowl XLVII in a nutshell…

Manti Te’o Girlfriend Hoax, 1-25-13

Here is a look at what some of the students and faculty think about the Manti Te’o fake girlfriend scandal. From the Nevarmore, Michael Hall, Matthew Quesenberry, Fonz, Sam Sutherland.

NFL Playoff Predictions, 1-10-13

Our NFL Playoff Predictions

The NHL Lockout: The Other Campaign

Nevarmore Online, Sarah Miller

The National Hockey League has postponed its 2012-2013 season and has locked out its players, only eight years ago since the lockout that cancelled a whole season in 2004-2005.  But why?  What’s the big deal?  The players and owners cannot agree on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement, or CBA, which expired on September 15, 2012.  Hockey cannot commence until a new one has been decided and agreed on.

Sounds simple, right?

But it’s more complicated than it seems.  The situation looks eerily similar to that of our current political campaign, with two firm sides that have no plan of compromising their own agendas.  To make it easier to understand, here is a basic layout of the situation:

The Sides:
1. Owners (NHL)
2. Players (NHL Players Association; NHLPA)

Lingo to Know:
Salary Range: The amount each NHL team can pay for player salaries

  • the salary floor is the minimum amount a team must pay
  • the salary cap is the maximum amount a team can pay

Hockey Related Revenue: defined in the CBA, this includes all the money made from the regular season and the playoffs (games, broadcasts, merchandise, etc.)

The Views:

The main issue these two sides cannot agree on is the player’s overall share of revenue.  Currently, the players recieve 57% of league revenue.  In the new proposal, The NHL aims to directly lower players’ revenue share from 57% to about 46-50% and remains that percent throughout the new agreement. The NHLPA, on the other hand, is focusing on the proposed growth of revenue.  They offer to lower their share of future growth, and then increase it over the three years until by the final fourth year their share returns to 57%.  They argue this system will benefit owners because, if revenue continues to grow over the years as it is currently, the player’s actual dollar amount of will essentially be lower compared to that of the owners. Then, the significantly larger portions can go to financially weak clubs, and also to the owners.


Still, that is just the basics.  Further information can be found in the links below.

Will the hockey season ever commence? Will the players ever lace up? Will Old Stanley be lifted for another lucky team?  Will fans have to accept the fact that the good ol’ hockey game may never play for the long winter, missing another whole season? So many questions, so little time.

What do you think about the situation? Whose side are you on?

Click HERE for more information on the lockout situation.

Click HERE for more information on hockey related income.

MLB Baseball Preview AL

Live from the Ravenscroft dugout with Jordan Bednar, Garrett Bird, Quinn Billerman and Patrick McIntyre…

National Championship Pregame: Kansas vs. Kentucky

Nevarmore Online sports experts predict the outcome of the National Championship game between Kansas and Kentucky. Watch video to see who was right…

March Madness Bracket Update

Nevarmore Online reporter LJ Young interviews the top and bottom March Madness Bracketeers…


If you are wondering…who is Jeremy Lin and what exactly is the BIG deal…No worries…Jordan Bednar and Quinn Billerman are here to explain!