Champions Together members from CHS and Center Grove play basketball in the Fieldhouse during halftime of the men’s game. President and senior Sophie Gates said, “I know a good amount of people that would not only do well in Champions Together but would really enjoy it and I would love if they volunteered.”

Member of Champions Together club helps students with disabilities via sports, wishes more people would volunteer

Daniel Kim January 23, 2020

For Sophie Gates, Champions Together president and senior, volunteering for Champions Together has been a big part of her high school career ever since her freshman year and she said she is happy with...

Hounds Edged 21-27 by Panthers on Homecoming

Ashwin Prasad September 27, 2019

North Central senior and wide receiver Richard Hamilton scored two touchdowns, including the game-winning score with 51.8 seconds to hand CHS (5-2) their first Homecoming defeat in 16 years, 21-27. A...

New sports joining intramurals this year

Hannah Baer September 27, 2019

Intramurals are adding new sports this year such as ping pong, pickleball, and badminton. In addition, intramurals are continuing to offer basketball as well. Ping pong and euchre will occur during October...

Radio students explain process behind sports broadcasting

Radio students explain process behind sports broadcasting

Caleb Shaffer September 21, 2018

At a young age, Ethan D’Eramo, WHJE color analyst and senior, said he found his passion for sports broadcasting through this school’s radio program.  D’Eramo said, “In the summer of my eighth...

Say Goodbye, Richard Sherman. Excessive trash talk can overshadow players’ skills.

sports February 27, 2014

If you ask any fan, the biggest matchup to watch in the last Super Bowl would have been that between the two quarterbacks, Peyton Manning and Russell Wilson, the veteran who already had a title and the...

Playing Injured. When players compete despite pain, their decisions outlast their career.

sports December 13, 2013

Football is a violent game. It is a game known for its bone-crushing tackles and brutal hits. Simply put, the game is physically intense. With such physicality comes the inevitable: injuries. Yet, players...

Cut off. With the hopeful reduction in swim team size, space will increase at the cost of an inclusive family mentality.

sports October 11, 2013

As an incoming freshman, I followed in the footsteps of my then senior sister and mom’s footsteps by joining the school’s women’s swimming and diving team. At the time I had been swimming for the...

As sports demand more time commitment, playing multiple sports becomes a challenge

sports May 23, 2013

Why do I do it? Year to year, high school sports are getting more competitive. In a way, high school sports have become something like a job. As a football player, I can attest to this. Our football...

Sectional tournaments should be seeded to ensure fairness of competition

sports January 24, 2013

To put it blunt, the Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) tournament process is screwed up. As the process stands now, teams play a grueling regular season; only to have their playoff position...

Survey: NFL Playoff Predictions

sports December 17, 2012

Let’s all try to predict the unpredictable NFL playoffs. Below are my predictions for the playoff teams, the conference championship games and the Super Bowl. But don’t let me have all the fun, make...

Coaches should reduce yelling. Yelling at players is common, but is it right?

sports December 14, 2012

I’ve played sports for as long as I can remember, and there was nothing worse than a coach yelling at me for something I did wrong. I admit I made mistakes, but was it really necessary for coaches to...

College football imaginary fun

sports November 27, 2012

Just for fun, let’s make a fake college football playoff. If there were an 8 team college football playoff, the matchups (based on the current BCS standings) would be as follows: 8. Stanford at 1. Notre...

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