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Big Game Club will cheer on CHS baseball athletes

Big Game Club will cheer on CHS baseball athletes

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...

Big Game Club will support basketball players at the Friday Sectional game

Big Game Club will support basketball players at the Friday Sectional game

Robbie Ge

February 27, 2019

Brad Pearson, sponsor of Big Game Club, has announced that club members plan to cheer for CHS basketball players during the Sectional game on Friday.             “Sectionals boys’ basketball is coming up. We’re going to cheer as loud as we can to help our boys get back to the championshi...

Big Game Club selling merchandise at Warren Central for breast cancer night

Big Game Club selling merchandise at Warren Central for breast cancer night

Robbie Ge

February 12, 2019

Brad Pearson, sponsor of Big Game Club, has announced that club members will sell shirts at the Warren Central game on Feb. 15 in support of breast cancer awareness.             “We’re doing a breast cancer night for the Warren Central game. I have T-Shirts being made that will be sold...

Big Game Club sells merchandise to support breast cancer awareness

Big Game Club sells merchandise to support breast cancer awareness

Robbie Ge

January 22, 2019

Brad Pearson, sponsor of Big Game Club, has announced that the club plans to support breast cancer awareness.             “It’s basketball season now and we are currently putting something together for breast cancer awareness. We’re making T-shirts and making donations for breast cance...

Big Game Club begins preparing for winter sports

Big Game Club begins preparing for winter sports

Robbie G­­­­­­e

December 1, 2018

Brad Pearson, sponsor of Big Game Club, has announced that the club will shift its focus to other sports as the fall season ends.             “We’re going to the boys’ and girls’ basketball games. Football ended, so I guess we might show up to the swimming meets,” Pearson said.             Notably, Big Game Club encourages football pla...

Big Game Club teams with Cabinet to support cancer research

Big Game Club teams with Cabinet to support cancer research

Robbie G­­­­­­e

November 15, 2018

Brad Pearson, sponsor of Big Game Club, has announced that the club has united with Cabinet to raise money for cancer research. “We joined forces with Cabinet to raise money for pediatric cancer research in honor of Tyler Trent, whom is a Purdue student and Carmel resident,” Pearson said. Notably,...

Big Game Club looking to continue support for basketball teams

Big Game Club looking to continue support for basketball teams

Allen Zheng

January 19, 2018

With the home men’s basketball game vs. Avon rescheduled to today at 7:30 p.m., Big Game will look to show a lot of participation and support. According to Griffin Gonzalez, club president and senior, they will be focused on getting a large student participation to cheer for both teams. “I want th...

Big Game Club looking to rally a larger student section for games

Big Game Club looking to rally a larger student section for games

Allen Zheng

October 1, 2017

According to club sponsor Brad Pearson, Senior Night on Sept. 25 was a success with a huge participation turnout from all grades. The next women’s varsity soccer team will have their next game at Center Grove on Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. Pearson said Big Game’s main goal is to win a spirit award from...

Big Game looks to increase participation after reflection of first semester

Big Game looks to increase participation after reflection of first semester

Allen Zheng, Reporter

February 2, 2017

Big Game Club president and senior Mike Pitz said Big Game Club has the potential to keep growing and can do more for all sports. “To be completely honest, it did not go the way I was hoping it would go. There was less support for the sports that don’t always get a whole lot of love. I almost...