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As sports events, races are canceled, postponed due to COVID-19, students find new ways to stay in shape, compete

SOLO JOG:
Junior Yael Kiser runs on her own on May 2, the original scheduled date for the Indy Mini Marathon. Kiser was originally registered to run the Mini Marathon but chose to transfer her registration to next year. She said she preferred the environment of the in-person race.

Sarah Kim

May 21, 2020

Across the country, a multitude of events are being canceled due to COVID-19. This includes previously scheduled sports events, such as the Indy Mini Marathon. The Indy Mini is one of the largest half-marathons in the country and was originally scheduled for May 2. However, due to COVID-19, new options...

Faith Austin, varsity women’s lacrosse player and sophomore

Faith Austin, varsity women's lacrosse player and sophomore, poses for a photo. Austin said women's lacrosse is less aggressive compared to men's lacrosse.

Daniel Kim and Andrew Caito

April 2, 2020

What are the main differences between men's and women's lacrosse?  Women's lacrosse is much more less physical, meaning fouls are called more frequently and players can’t be as aggressive. Girls wear only goggles and a mouthguard, and the lacrosse stick net is shallow compared to boys. Men's lacross...

Brannick Arbuckle, varsity men’s lacrosse player and sophomore

Brannick Arbuckle, varsity men's lacrosse player and sophomore

Daniel Kim and Andrew Caito

April 2, 2020

What are some major differences between men's and women's lacrosse? Some major differences in men's and women's lacrosse is the gear you need to play with, another difference is the beginning of the game with the face off where, in men's lacrosse, the two players do it on their knees and the girl...

With upcoming Carmel Marathon on April 4, students share how they stay motivated for long distance running

HARD-CORE WORKOUT:
(TOP) Senior Vivian Zheng stretches her calf muscles at West Park.  Zheng said she stretches before all practice runs (featured image). Zheng said track and cross-country were too time-consuming for high school. She said she decided to train for the marathon, however, in order to share one final experience with her father 
before leaving 
for college.

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, d...

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

FOR THE KIDS:
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.”

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 the progress it has made. She said, “Champions Together has made a huge difference in not only our a...

With Gold, Blue games tomorrow, CHS Icehounds express their desire to be a school sanctioned sport

STAREDOWN:
Nick Popowicks, a junior and forward on the Icehounds gold team, watches the game after finishing his shift during the Icehounds 5-2 victory over Zionsville. Popowicks said that although some Friday night games have student spectators, there are very few people that watch weekend games. I don’t believe that not being associated with IHSAA has affected our performance, but it would be nice for hockey to be recognized as an IHSAA sport.

Daniel Kim

December 12, 2019

At CHS, sports such as basketball, football and soccer are all sanctioned by the school; they have their own fields, equipment and schedules given and organized by the school’s athletics department. However, there are some sports that do not receive as much attention or support from the school, su...

Economics Clubs members are defeated at semifinals

Michelle Foutz, club sponsor and Economics teacher, sits at her desk looking at emails. She said she is looking forward to next year’s Economics Challenge competition.

Daniel Kim

April 20, 2019

CHS’s Economics Club members proceeded to the semifinals on April 17. The team previously won in both the David Ricardo and Adam Smith divisions, leaving Michelle Foutz, club sponsor and economics teacher, to pick four students from each division to compete in the semifinals. However, they did not...

Economics Club weeks away from competition

Daniel Kim

March 1, 2019

The first Economics Club competition is being held at IUPUI this March and students are preparing with Michelle Foutz, club sponsor and economics teacher. Ever since their first callout meeting in November, the two divisions, David Ricardo and the Adam Smith, have been preparing for the last five months and...

Economics Club focuses on spring event and growth

January 25, 2019

The competition is less than 2 months away and students are preparing everyday. “Economics club has impacted the people I’ve seen in a good way,” Matthew Daly, sophomore and Economics Club member, said. “As more and more people join every year the impact it has on students grows with it eac...