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Senior Neal Joshi plays fantasy football on his phone while sitting in the varsity gym. Fantasy football has greatly increased popularity over the past few years and has caused more interest in the NFL.

CHS students, teachers become more invested with the NFL through fantasy football

Austin Guo October 19, 2020

The beginning of the National Football League (NFL) season also signifies the beginning of the fantasy football season for many sports fans nationwide. For many students and teachers, fantasy football...

CHEER-ING UP:
Riley Shockey, varsity cheerleader and senior, pumps up her team for an upcoming routine. Shockey said when she performs in front of an audience there is more excitement and adrenaline.However, with new COVID-19 safety guidelines, her virtual performances have no audiences, which she said makes it harder to perform.

Cheerleaders, coach reflect on pros, cons of competing virtually

Darshini Shankar October 16, 2020

Due to changes with COVID-19, many sports now follow safety precautions to limit the exposure at competitions and games and the cheerleading team at this school is no exception. In order to continue...

MENTALLY SHARP: Junior Baenan McKeown gets ready to kick a soccer ball during a home soccer game against Guerin Catholic High School. Mckeown said that it is important to be motivated during physical therapy, and said he was mentally sharp with his injury.

Athletes with prior injuries reflect on physical therapy, explain benefits both physically, mentally

Hannah Baer October 13, 2020

For athletes like Justin Pickett, varsity football player and senior, injuries are pretty common in sports. Throughout his athletic career, which included both football and basketball, he broke his ankle,...

Varsity football team to continue to develop identity in lead-up to game against North Central

Austin Guo September 24, 2020

The varsity football team will play an away game against North Central on Friday on Sept. 25. The team, rather than focusing exclusively on its upcoming opponent, has also worked on improving in general,...

Student Athletes, staff reflect on the affect the decreased revenue has on CHS sport seasons

Cady Armstrong September 22, 2020

This year, because of COVID-19 restrictions, tickets to sporting events have been in short supply. Schools, including CHS, have limited the supply of tickets to regulate social distancing and to keep spectators...

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...

STAYING OPTIMISTIC:  Baron Smith, varsity football player and senior, gives his team a thumbs up after a football game. Smith said he and his team are trying their hardest to stay safe and distant while also trying to practice to the best of their ability. Smith said the threat of getting a game canceled each week is very possible, but he tries not to think about it in order to play his best.

Athletes, coaches adapt to new COVID-19 safety guidelines, prepare for possible quarantines

Hannah Baer September 21, 2020

With the COVID-19 pandemic, rules are constantly changing and new challenges occur every single day. For athletes like Baron Smith, varsity football player and senior, playing during a pandemic comes with...

Many students gather on Friday, Aug. 28 to watch a home game for the Carmel Greyhounds against Cathedral. The Hounds lost the game 44-28; however, on Sept. 11, the Hounds won in a double overtime thriller 45-44 over Pike high school.Many students gathered to show energy, despite the 250 spectator limit set by the IHSAA. Athletic director Jim Inskeep said he finds players are becoming more and more accepting of the changes.

Athletes remark on new regulations for spectators at games, reflect on pros, cons

Andrew Caito and Alivia Romaniuk September 21, 2020

Around the world, sporting events are beginning to resurface, but with COVID-19 precautions in place, these events look far different than usual. Professional leagues, including the MLB, the NBA and the...

Brock Fletcher, front, stretches alongside other members of the varsity tennis team on Sept. 9. He said practices and season games help to prepare for tournaments such as the MIC on Sept. 17 and 19.

CHS men’s varsity tennis team ready for MIC tournament

Aniket Biswal September 16, 2020

The CHS men’s varsity tennis team will play in the Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference (MIC) tournament on Sept. 17 and 19. According to head coach Bryan Hanan, the team will send its top 7 players,...

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.

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

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...

Men’s junior varsity cross country excel through Meet at Noblesville High School

Andrew Caito September 14, 2020

The men’s junior varsity cross country team excelled past their opponents on September 12th no official results were recorded. Although Coach Altevogh said, “ They didn’t really have a team score...

(MIDDLE) Saliyah Brady, women's varsity soccer team member and junior, runs for a ball during one of her soccer games. Brady said she shows her support for the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement via attending protests rather than in her sport and hopes her actions and protests push for reforms and more accountability in police departments around the nation.

Student athletes combat systemic racism and police brutality in wake of tumultuous events

Austin Guo September 11, 2020

In the wake of the Jacob Blake shooting in Kenosha, Wis., players in the National Basketball Association (NBA), rather than continuing the playoffs, surprised many by deciding to completely boycott a game....

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