• Homecoming Game Sep. 22 at 7:00 p.m.

  • Open House Sep. 6, 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

  • No School Sep. 4 - Labor Day

  • Tag Day Aug. 26, 8:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m.

The student voice of Sycamore High School in Cincinnati, Ohio

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Reds rock Opening Day

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Cincinnati Reds’ stadium, Great American Ballpark or GABP, is looked over during Opening Day on Monday April 3. It is located in downtown Cincinnati right on the Ohio River, dividing the states of Kentucky and Ohio. Every offseason the organization works to improve and upgrade the stadium experience for fans. They always add seats to increase the number of fans with this year holding 43,804 seats.

Cincinnati Reds’ stadium, Great American Ballpark or GABP, is looked over during Opening Day on Monday April 3. It is located in downtown Cincinnati right on the Ohio River, dividing the states of Kentucky and Ohio. Every offseason the organization works to improve and upgrade the stadium experience for fans. They always add seats to increase the number of fans with this year holding 43,804 seats.

Cincinnati Reds’ stadium, Great American Ballpark or GABP, is looked over during Opening Day on Monday April 3. It is located in downtown Cincinnati right on the Ohio River, dividing the states of Kentucky and Ohio. Every offseason the organization works to improve and upgrade the stadium experience for fans. They always add seats to increase the number of fans with this year holding 43,804 seats.

Lauren Kurtzer, Creative Projects Director

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All photos courtesy of Lauren Kurtzer.

Members from the “Cincinnati” magazine are walking in the Opening Day parade. Opening Day is Cincinnati is considered almost a holiday by locals. As the first professional baseball team, the Cincinnati Reds every year have their first game at home. All photos courtesy of Lauren Kurtzer.

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Reds rock Opening Day