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Members of the men’s varsity soccer team win against North Central on Sep.15, feel excited, ready for game against Pike on Sep. 22

Daniel Kim

September 22, 2020

On Sep. 15, members of the men’s varsity soccer team won against North Central 1-0. According to Jim Inskeep, minutes before the game ended, both teams were rallying the ball back and forth with our school being able to keep the lead all the way to the end. Chase Havice, varsity soccer player and jun...

Coach, players feel ready for upcoming game against North Central on Sep. 15 despite canceled, delayed practices

Members of the men’s varsity soccer team put on their gear and get ready for practice. Chase Havice, men’s varsity soccer player and junior, said not too much has changed from before the pandemic and he believes he has a really good team this year.

Daniel Kim

September 14, 2020

Ever since the pandemic struck, multiple sports clubs, teams, championships, and games have been postponed or stopped altogether; however, sports teams are starting to make a comeback and playing just as well as they used to, if not better. The men’s varsity soccer team is an example of that. For C...

Men’s varsity soccer ties with Guerin Catholic

Max Guidry, soccer player and senior, celebrates with a teammate after a goal. Guidry and his teammates tied with Guerin Catholic.

Adam Spensley

October 22, 2019

The men’s varsity soccer team tied with Guerin Catholic with a score of 1-1. The tie moves the team’s record to 8-3-3 for the season. Babacar Diatta, soccer player and senior, said he believes the team played well overall.  “We played well against Guerin and created some chances but we were un...

Men’s soccer defeats Harrison High School 

Max Guidry, soccer player and senior, kicks the ball downfield. Guidry and his teammates defeated Harrison High School 5-0.

Adam Spensley

October 22, 2019

The men’s soccer team beat Harrison High School by a score of 5-0. One of the team’s more impressive performances, their record now improves to 9-3-3. Babacar Diatta, soccer player and senior, said he believes the team had one of their better performances, offensively. “We played very well moving the ba...

Men’s soccer season ends with Sectional loss to Zionsville

Sebastian Penix, soccer player and senior, keeps his eyes on a pass. Penix and his teammates ended their season with a Sectional loss to Zionsville by a score of 2-1.

Adam Spensley

October 22, 2019

The 2019 season for the men’s soccer team ended with a loss to Zionsville by a score of 2-1. The team finished with a record of 9-4-3. Babacar Diatta, soccer player and senior, said he believes the team had some challenges with keeping possession of the ball and moving it up the field. “We had d...

Student athletes come back better than ever after suffering from major medical problems

“I’m definitely mentally stronger, but I think everyone gets mentally stronger. I mean you have to be mentally strong when you go through chemotherapy, but also I look at life in a whole different perspective now, especially because I wasn’t given that great of a chance to live, and you just get a sense of what’s really important, like family and what’s maybe not that important.” - Matt Cooper

Alina Husain, Reporter

March 17, 2017

For most CHS students, Feb. 16, 2016 was just another normal day, but for Matt Cooper, student athlete and senior, it was a day that would change the rest of his life. On that day, Cooper was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia. The diagnosis presented Cooper with a low chance of survival, and it...

FAMILY MATTERS

FAMILY MATTERS

Ben Traylor and Jess Canaley

November 17, 2016

In most athletic situations at school, families can participate as spectators, watching their sibling or child compete from the sidelines. However, for a few at CHS, being involved in sports is their opportunity to compete and grow with their family members on the same court or field. For these fami...

THE SPECIALISTS: In team sports, there are individual positions that require special skills – these are CHS’s specialists

Goalkeeper and senior Nicole Vohs warms up for a game with her teammates in the background. While on the same team, goalkeepers go through an entirely different warm up than the rest of their teammates. Vohs said there is constant pressure on the goalkeeper during the game. Even though she may be inactive for large amounts of time, the one moment that they need to come up with a big save, they have to be ready.

Kelly Truax, Reporter

October 13, 2016

Goalies, punters and kickers, called “Specialists,” stand out in their sports because they are allowed to perform acts other players aren’t allowed to. Goalies, for example, can use their hands, and kickers and punters use their feet. Along with their position comes specific training, constant ...

Boy’s Soccer Team Prepares for Senior Night

Ethan Abbott, soccer player and senior, participates in a scrimmage during practice. The team frequently does scrimmages to prepare for games and build their communication skills.

Alina Husain, Reporter

September 14, 2016

On Sept.13, the men's soccer team will host their Senior Night as they face North Central High School at 7 p.m. at Murray Stadium. In addition to being Senior Night, the game against North Central is one of the team's biggest rivalry games this season. According to Head Coach Shane Schmidt, he enj...

CHS Men’s Soccer Team to Honor Brett Finbloom in Sept. 5 Memorial Game

CHS Men's Soccer Team to Honor Brett Finbloom in Sept. 5 Memorial Game

Contributor

September 1, 2014

The scheduled Sept. 5 CHS men's soccer game in memory of former player Brett Finbloom '12 gives remaining seniors who once shared the field with Finbloom a chance to spread awareness of the Indiana Lifeline Law. Remaining teammates and head coach Shane Schmidt have recently come together to prepare for the game, which is set to kick off at 7:30 p.m. at Murray Stadium, by spreadi...

Professional soccer takes its place among top sports at CHS

Professional soccer takes its place among top sports at CHS

sports

April 24, 2014

At 7:45 a.m. on a Saturday, junior Will Lentz woke up to the sound of his alarm buzzing raucously. While most of his fellow students were still lying asleep in their beds, Lentz crept downstairs, fixed himself a bowl of cereal, brewed a cup of coffee and, after finding the TV remote, flipped to an English Pr...