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Changing Golf: Players, coaches discuss impact new golf rule changes have on team

Changing Golf: Players, coaches discuss impact  new golf rule changes have on team

Jess Canaley and Uday Lomada

May 23, 2019

The new golf rule changes  established in January 2019 forces CHS golfers to adjust to the new demands of the game. The changes include, but are not limited to, putting with the flagstick in the hole, dropping the golf ball from the knee rather than the shoulder and accidental hits when taking practices sw...

CHS Women’s Track Team Heads Into Post-Season Tournament

CHS Women’s Track Team Heads Into Post-Season Tournament

Jess Canaley

May 15, 2019

The CHS women’s track team has had an impressive regular season after winning four meets and placing in the top five for the Hamilton County meet, Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference (MIC) Championship, as well as the MIC indoor meet. The first post-season meet will take place on May 14 at Hamilt...

Earning Honor; Athletics department defines meaning of varsity letter, ways of obtaining one

Earning Honor; Athletics department defines meaning of varsity letter, ways of obtaining one

Jess Canaley

March 22, 2019

Earning a varsity letter at  any school represents hard work and athletic talent. At CHS, student athletes involved in both Indiana High School Athletics Association (IHSAA) sports as well as Unified Sports have the opportunity to earn a letter. Senior Sloan Goldblatt has played football for 13 years ...

Wrestle with this: As success of CHS wrestling team continues to grow, athletes share insight on physicality of wrestling

Wrestle with this: As success of CHS wrestling team continues to grow, athletes share insight on physicality of wrestling

Jess Canaley

February 22, 2019

Not only is wrestling the oldest sport on Earth, dating back to cave drawings from 3,000 B.C, but it is also considered one of the most physical sports on the planet. According to LiveStrong, wrestling is in the top 10 list of most physical sports. Both physical and mental preparation peak during wr...

CHS Men’s Basketball Team Rises to Number One

CHS Men’s Basketball Team Rises to Number One

Jess Canaley

February 21, 2019

The CHS men’s basketball team’s season peaked this past weekend as it faced off against the number one ranked Warren Central warriors and came out with a win 69-52. Following Friday night’s win came another victory against Warsaw, 54-35. Andrew Owens, varsity basketball player and senior, is very ple...

CHS men’s basketball team is back on track after defeating Ben Davis

CHS men’s basketball team is back on track after defeating Ben Davis

Jess Canaley

January 29, 2019

After a close loss to Brownsburg the week before, the CHS men’s basketball team came out with a win against Ben Davis with a score of 49-39. Head coach Ryan Osborn said with games that take place in the midst of a long season, it can be hard to stay focused in practices and during games long enoug...

Women’s basketball team benefits from strong role model coach

Women’s basketball team benefits from strong role model coach

Jess Canaley

December 13, 2018

Player Reagan Hune has played basketball for as long as she can remember. In elementary school, she played for the Carmel Pup’s team and continued her passion at Creekside Middle School. Her hard work in years past culminated to four successful seasons of high school basketball at CHS. As a current...

CHS Girls’ Cross Country End High School Season with Fourth Place at State

Jess Canaley

November 15, 2018

The CHS girls’ cross country team has recently completed its tournament season for the Indiana High School Athletics Association (IHSAA) with a fourth-place award at State. In the post-season, the team then raced in the Nike Regional race, however, didn’t qualify for Nike Nationals. Several indi...

As popularity of rowing increases, athletes look to continue in college despite limited scholarships

As popularity of rowing increases, athletes look  to continue in college despite limited scholarships

Jess Canaley

October 25, 2018

Julia sweet, varsity rower and junior, is considering rowing in college; however, she said she is hesitant for a number of reasons. “Rowing in college is a tough decision, because although it is so rewarding, college rowing is very rigorous. Right now, I could probably see myself walking on freshman...

CHS Women’s Cross Country Team Finishes Fourth in Regionals, Advances to Semi-State

CHS Women’s Cross Country Team Finishes Fourth in Regionals, Advances to Semi-State

Jess Canaley

October 21, 2018

The women’s cross country team continues in its tournament season, going strong, after a fourth place award in a good-weathered Regional meet this past saturday. Brebeuf and Pike provided major sources of competition, according to Head Coach Andy Dalton. Last year Brebeuf beat CHS in the Regional rac...

CHS Women’s Cross Country Team Headed to MIC Championship Meet Sat. Sept. 22

CHS Women’s Cross Country Team Headed to MIC Championship Meet Sat. Sept. 22

Jess Canaley

September 21, 2018

On Sept. 22 at 9 a.m., the CHS women’s cross country team will begin the MIC Championship meet. According to head coach Andy Dalton, the team is looking strong, and with good weather ahead for the meet, he expects a good performance from his runners. This year’s main competition for the team in the...