Kyle Clem

About Kyle Clem

“Life is not a spectator sport.” -Jackie Robinson Kyle Clem, ‘21, plans on becoming an ESPN sports writer. Clem joined The Feather Online to fuse his passion for sports with an analytical point of view. He plans on learning from local sports announcer Paul Loeffler and Central Valley high school sports specialist Nick “Pagmeter” Papagni so he can discover more about this journalistic form of writing. Clem also plans to create a vlog and weekly sports show for the campus online newspaper. He volunteers his free time through the FC campus club, Brother to Brother, by mentoring junior high students. In his personal time, Clem enjoys playing varsity tennis for his school and studying Buster Olney’s work on ESPN. He does this so he can learn to apply these lessons to his writing.

Donn Rojeski reveals alternate side

By |2018-12-12T15:43:15+00:00December 4th, 2018|Academics, Features, Home Feature 1|

Vietnam War veteran impacts students through Bible classes Donn Rojeski served as a artillery fire director during the Vietnam War. Rojeski is pictured wearing his fatigues in 1968. After teaching at Fresno Christian for five years, Donn Rojeski has influenced several high school classes, in a position he originally believed wouldn’t [...]

FC football team aims for 4th straight Valley championship

By |2018-11-16T17:51:30+00:00November 16th, 2018|Athletics, Fall, Top 5|

After three straight Valley championship titles, the No. 2 ranked Fresno Christian football team head into their championship match up with the No. 1 ranked Mission Prep Royals, Nov. 16. This game comes prior to a Central Section 8-Man league year in which the Eagles went 10-1 and the Royals went 11-0. The final result featured the Royals coming out on top with a 45-6 victory, Sept. 21.

Campus soccer teams look to refocus, improve from last season

By |2018-12-14T03:52:21+00:00November 15th, 2018|Athletics, Winter|

Boys, girls soccer teams prepare for season Both Fresno Christian soccer teams come into the 2018 season after experiencing opposite results of their 2017 campaigns. While the girls soccer team reached the valley championship, the boys soccer team failed to win a league game. The upcoming season provides a clean slate for both teams to [...]

Playing music provides personal benefits

By |2018-12-14T03:37:36+00:00November 2nd, 2018|Features|

For years, students have searched for ways to boost their scores at school and also improve their lives outside of the academics. One method that proves as one of the most successful, comes from playing music. Whether it's through playing an instrument or listening to a favorite song, music provides one of the greatest life enhancements out there.

2018 volleyball season comes to a close

By |2018-11-01T12:20:57+00:00October 31st, 2018|Athletics, Features, Top 5|

After a 2017 season that led to a league record of 8-2 and a No. 4 playoff seed, the Fresno Christian girls volleyball team came into the 2018 season with high expectations. After losing two seniors from the starting lineup, four more determined seniors took their place, ones with veteran experience and leadership.

First Man film portrays astronaut’s journey to moon landing

By |2018-10-25T10:09:46+00:00October 24th, 2018|Arts & Entertainment, Home Feature 2, Reviews|

As NASA’s prototype X-15 plane began accelerating toward 4,000 miles per hour, the force jolted the pilot back and forth as the plane arrived into the earth’s atmosphere. A voice from the console gave astronaut Neil Armstrong (Ryan Gosling) the ready to return back to earth. Throughout the "First Man" film, produced by Universal Pictures in association with DreamWorks and Temple Hill Entertainment, Armstrong works through several difficult and often life-threatening experiences in order to prepare himself to reach the moon. One of these experiences comes as a result of a malfunction in the Gemini ship.

Nick Papagni offers glimpse into broadcasting

By |2018-10-22T13:39:04+00:00October 4th, 2018|Features, Home Feature 1|

As San Joaquin Valley’s local sports guy for the past 15 years, Nick “The PagMeter” Papagni already has an impressive following in the high school sports world through his website as well as his weekly sports show. Papagni works on 940 ESPN's weekly radio show, The Rise, in addition to writing on The PagMeter website which records over 200,000 hits a week. On the show, Papagni discusses the week's news alongside his partner, Matt Johnson. He began working for ESPN in 2003.

COLUMN: Small stadium, new Chargers experience

By |2018-10-02T21:26:40+00:00October 2nd, 2018|Fall, Opinions, Sports Column|

After several losing seasons of disappointment and heartbreak, the Chargers needed a fresh start with a new audience. They chose to leave San Diego for a new beginning in the City of Los Angeles. After this move, I knew I wanted to find a way to view a game at this new location. However, after moving to LA, the Chargers organization needed to find a temporary home during the build of their new multi-billion dollar stadium. Stubhub Center got chosen as the team's interim home. The original intention came as the home for the LA Galaxy. Due to this, it only holds 27,000 people compared to the 70,000 fans experienced in San Diego.

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