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CHS Baseball team enters season with new focus

CHS Baseball team enters season with new focus

Adam Spensley

March 20, 2020

  The information in this issue—originally scheduled for publication on March 20—was written and produced prior to news regarding school cancellation from the COVID-19 virus. Some information may be outdated or inaccurate as a result. Student staff members worked hard to produce this content and...

Humans of CHS

Senior Lilly Gallagher

Anna Klauz

November 15, 2019

Senior Dryden Shroeder “I think one of the best things I have ever done was going to my first baseball game to watch the Cubs play on Wrigley Field. My dad took me while we were on a trip to Chicago to visit my family. I remember sitting in the stands and imagined myself on that field as a little ...

Big Game Club will cheer on CHS baseball athletes

Senior Kate Donovan writes down some plans for next year’s officers and events for future games. “The club’s been getting more and more members lately, and everyone’s been doing their best to support our athletes,” Donovan said.

Robbie Ge

May 18, 2019

 Brad Pearson, sponsor of Big Game Club, has announced that club members plan to cheer for CHS baseball members in their upcoming games this spring season.             “We’re going to go to a few baseball games. Track meets are also in our plans too. Anyone who wants to help support their fellow stu...

Coach Representation: CHS athletics discuss different IHSAA coaching rules, how coaches follow them

Head Baseball Coach Matt Buczkowski talks to his team during practice. Buczkowski said interactions with players during a game are different than how they are as people.

May 18, 2018

The ihsaa is home to over 410 schools, each with numerous high school sports teams; however, each high school coach runs his or her sport teams in different ways that must still abide by IHSAA rules while representing his or her school in a positive way. Athletics Director Jim Inskeep said there are certain factor...

Greyhound Nation Executive Board works to raise spirit for upcoming baseball games, works around weather and academic problems

Greyhound Nation Executive Board works to raise spirit for upcoming baseball games, works around weather and academic problems

Uday Lomada

April 18, 2018

As many of the spring sports have either already started or start very soon, the Greyhound Nation Executive Board is using this upcoming baseball match to help raise spirit for the CHS baseball team as they start season. “As always, we are working to raise attendance to all of the events that CHS...

CHS Baseball: Battle of the Oar Game moved to Victory Field

The CHS baseball team celebrates their first Sectional Championship in 16 years. The season gets started with a scrimmage against Hamilton Southeastern High School on March 22 at Hartman Field at 5:30 p.m.

Adam Gostomelsky, Section Editor

March 15, 2017

The CHS baseball team’s game against Noblesville High School has been moved to Victory Field in Indianapolis on Friday, April 28 at 8 p.m. as part of the Victory Field Classic. Victory Field is the home of Indianapolis’ professional baseball team, the Indianapolis Indians. Catcher and senior Colin...

AIMING FOR HOME RUNS: With playoffs on the horizon, CHS baseball team looks for first State Championship

AIMING FOR HOME RUNS: With playoffs on the horizon, CHS baseball team looks for first State Championship

sports

May 19, 2016

When Daniel Roman, head coach of the baseball team, was asked about his goals for the upcoming playoffs, he had only one answer: to win a State Championship. However, this goal is not a new one; in fact, it is one that the baseball team has been trying to achieve since the program started. Since CHS...

Taking the Next Step: CHS Athletes Plan to Compete in College

Elliot Shebek, senior and baseball player catches a ball in the warm up. Shebek has committed for baseball to DePauw University.

sports

April 23, 2015

In a school that has won over 120 state championships, many students arrive at CHS with the intention to participate in athletics and continue partaking in sports beyond their high school career, more specifically, college. Seniors Elliot Shebek and Megan Rauh both have committed to playing sports in...

CHS students transition to different sports

CHS students transition to different sports

Contributor

April 23, 2015

Junior Palmer Tweedy stopped playing baseball in eighth grade and began his career in golf. The two sports are actually very similar. According to articles by Golf Digest and The New York Times, many baseball players play golf on the side. Likewise Tweedy said transitioning between the sports helped ...