ComedySportz members prepare for March 27, 28 matches

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ComedySportz members rehearse before upcoming matches. According to sponsor Jim Peterson, the team will have home matches against Bishop Chatard on March 27 and Guerin Catholic on March 28. JASON KLEIN / PHOTO

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ComedySportz will host two matches in the studio theater on March 27 and 28, in which CHS will be facing off against Bishop Chatard and Guerin Catholic. According to ComedySportz sponsor Jim Peterson, these are two matchups to look forward to.

“Both of those teams we’ve played, and they’re really good,” he said.

Still, Peterson said he believes that doesn’t mean defeat is imminent for his side.

ComedySportz members rehearse before upcoming matches. According to sponsor Jim Peterson, the team will have home matches against Bishop Chatard on March 27 and Guerin Catholic on March 28. JASON KLEIN / PHOTO
ComedySportz members rehearse before upcoming matches. According to sponsor Jim Peterson, the team will have home matches against Bishop Chatard on March 27 and Guerin Catholic on March 28. JASON KLEIN / PHOTO

“The teams are really working well,” Peterson said. “We’ve not had that many kids on the team before. I think they’re really working out really well together.”

Those looking to purchase tickets for the upcoming matches can do so at TotalGateSolutions.com.

The changes are evident to Leo Biette, team captain and senior, who is a tenured veteran of the ComedySportz team.

“As opposed to last year, we’re having two matches a week versus having one match, which is what we had last year,” Biette said. “(There’s) one team for a Thursday match and one team for a Friday match.”

However, according to Peterson, the response to the alterations from both audiences, and team members have been excellent.

“(On Feb. 21) we played North Central, and they helped out because they came up and bought a bunch of tickets for their crowd, which was great. We sold out,” Peterson said.

As for the team itself, Peterson said that “everyone has been improvising with everyone else and it’s been going really well.

“This has been a really great season so far, so I’m excited,” Peterson said.

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