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Blue cheer team to cheer at the men’s basketball home game on Dec. 15

Kelly Traux

December 11, 2017


Filed under Online Only, Recent Updates, SPORTS

The game will start at 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 15 in the varsity gym. The cheer team has been preparing for the match during practices. During practices, they work on their stunting and formations.     Kimsey Kelley, varsity cheerleader and junior, said that fans should come out because they help hype...

CHS JV Boys’ Basketball Team Prepares to Face Noblesville

CHS JV Boys’ Basketball Team Prepares to Face Noblesville

Jess Canaley

December 11, 2017


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  Assistant Coach Mickey O’Toole and Nate Webb, junior varsity basketball player and sophomore, prepare with the team to play Noblesville at home on Dec. 8 at home in the Eric Clark Activity Center at 6 p.m.     According to O’Toole, CHS’s JV basketball team has good, upcoming talent as a whole team, who are e...

Women’s basketball preparing for the Chicagoland Classic

Women’s basketball preparing for the Chicagoland Classic

Satvik Kandru

December 1, 2017


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The CHS women’s basketball team is getting ready for the Chicagoland Classic. This is the first and last time they will travel out of state for the 2017-2018 season. The team has remained undefeated so far. Amy Dilk, varsity player and senior, said that her confidence in the team has grown as the ...

Blue cheer team to cheer at girls basketball game on Dec. 8

Blue cheer team to cheer at girls basketball game on Dec. 8

Kelly Truax

December 1, 2017


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The team will cheer for the away game against Brownsburg at 7:30 p.m. In preparation for this game the team has started a new routine this season to keep in shape. Head Coach Deanna Browning said “Something new we started this season is that we work out with Coach Bosket every week. The girls are p...

Girls’ Basketball getting ready for Crown Point Invite

Girls’ Basketball getting ready for Crown Point Invite

Satvik Kandru

November 26, 2017


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The CHS Girls’ Basketball team is getting ready for the Crown Point Invite on Nov. 16 vs. Merrillville and Crown Point. The team preparation is occurring frequently.  “Most of us have played together for several years. The chemistry has gotten stronger just from spending countless hours together. Als...

CHS boys’ basketball team scheduled to face off against Zionsville for season opener

Jess Canaley

November 26, 2017


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The 2017-2018 JV boys’ basketball team gears up for their first game of the season versus Zionsville. According to Nate Webb, junior varsity player and sophomore, the team is doing well but still expects a challenge. “I think the team is looking really good because all of us have a good relatio...

Intramural basketball callout meeting scheduled for December

Intramural basketball callout meeting scheduled for December

Agrayan Gupta

November 26, 2017


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According to Intramural's sponsor Mike Meyers, the Intramural basketball callout meeting will take place sometime mid December. Meyers said that as usual, he will not limit the amount of teams playing. “If we have 50 groups that want to play, then I will make arrangements. We want as many kids t...

While the women’s streak is well known, the men’s team strives for its fourth consecutive State title

While the women’s streak is well known,  the men’s team strives for its fourth consecutive State title

Kelly Truax, Reporter

November 17, 2017


Filed under Men's Swimming and Diving, SPORTS, Top Story, Winter Sports

As the men’s swimming team heads into its season, the team will compete for its fourth consecutive State Title. Although the team’s winning streak is not as long as its counterpart, the women’s swimming team, members of the men’s swimming team said they still experiences the effects the streak...

The CHS basketball teams review the ins and outs of superstitions in the sports world

The CHS basketball teams review the  ins and outs of superstitions in the sports world

Ben Traylor

November 17, 2017


Filed under Men's Basketball, SPORTS, Uncategorized, Winter Sports

Under the heat of the lights and pressure of the crowd, athletes from high school to the professional level are forced to find a way to perform at their best in each matchup. For many players, strict routines or rituals helps them focus on consistency and stay locked in the game. From LeBron James’...

CHS athletes discuss the use of social media in daily life and the impact on recruitment

CHS athletes discuss the use of social media in daily life and the impact on recruitment

Adam Spensley

November 17, 2017


Filed under SPORTS

Herb Hand, offensive line coach for Auburn University football tweeted in 2014, “Dropped another prospect this a.m. due to his social media presence … Actually glad I got to see the ‘real’ person before we offered him.” This tweet has sparked awareness in the recruiting world about the imp...

CHS family describes impact of owning karate studio

CHS family  describes impact of owning karate studio

Satvik Kandru

November 17, 2017


Filed under SPORTS

Douglas Adamson founded Adamson’s Karate Studio (AKS) in 1977, and he said the studio is a family affair. Adamson’s legacy includes his extended family, all of whom are black belts. The studio was initially founded with the purpose of relieving the financial stress that a child would bring to the ...

Players, club sponsor discuss new 3v3 intramural basketball

Players, club sponsor discuss new 3v3 intramural basketball

Agrayan Gupta

November 10, 2017


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For the first time, the Intramural club implemented a 3v3 basketball season. The season consisted of six games, with ten teams playing. According to Intramurals sponsor Mike Meyer, the 3v3 format was much more popular than previous fall sports. Meyer said, “In the past, we’ve tried a lot different ...