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Team plays in moment of intentional community game

Team plays in moment of intentional community game

Luke Gentile, Sports Reporter

January 19, 2017

The men’s basketball team will head to Pike High School for a Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference (MIC) game on Jan. 20 at 7:30 p.m. CHS will play Pike in a “Moment of Intentional Community” game. Every MIC game played on Jan. 20 will be part of the Embrace Campaign. This program, sponsored by CHS seniors J...

SHOW ME THE MONEY: We hear about athletic scholarships all the time, but how much are they actually worth?

SHOW ME THE MONEY: We hear about athletic scholarships  all the time, but how much are they actually worth?

Luke Gentile

December 12, 2016

When Kevin Stone, varsity men’s golf team member and senior, decided which college he would commit to, one factor he considered was scholarship money. “I was first offered a scholarship in the summer of 2015. The first was from Ball State University, and then (the offers) really started to pick...

Coaches, teams use new app Hudl to contact each other, practice

Luke Gentile, Reporter

November 18, 2016

It’s not abnormal to see Drew Kibler, varsity swimmer and junior, looking at his phone throughout the day. Yet, instead of texting friends or playing games, Kibler watches films of his last swim. “We use video recordings of different aspects of our swimming such as the start, swimming and the actual ...

RALLY IN RIO: CHS grad Rajeev Ram recieved silver medal in Rio, became first CHS olympian

RALLY IN RIO: CHS grad Rajeev Ram recieved silver medal in Rio, became first CHS olympian

Luke Gentile, Reporter

September 16, 2016

Part of watching the Olympic games is imagining what it would be like to compete in them, and for many students, that’s all the Olympics will ever be - an imagination. Yet, for Rajeev Ram ‘00, a member of the 2016 Olympic tennis team, dreams became a reality just a few days before the opening ce...

SKATING THROUGH THE NORMS: A look into the skateboarding culture and community in CHS, Carmel

SKATING THROUGH THE NORMS: A look into the skateboarding  culture and community in CHS, Carmel

sports

May 19, 2016

Skateboarding isn’t just a hobby for Junior Justin Hawley. It’s a huge part of his life. Hawley has been skating since middle school and has participated in everything from street-league skating to competitions hosted by major skateshops. To him, skateboarding is a passion that goes far beyond t...

LEARNING LACROSSE: Get to know the men’s lacrosse team at the start of its upcoming season

LEARNING LACROSSE: Get to know the men’s lacrosse team at the start of its upcoming season

sports

March 18, 2016

On march 13, the CHS men’s lacrosse team began its 17th season, but this is a fact that might surprise some students at CHS. As members of the organization said,  despite its longevity, CHS doesn’t really know the team. “It’s good to be on the lacrosse team,” Ryan Newey, varsity team member and senio...

GENEROUS GENETICS: CHS athletes discuss whether stereotypically beneficial traits offer an advantage in sports

GENEROUS GENETICS: CHS athletes discuss whether stereotypically  beneficial traits offer an advantage in sports

sports

February 19, 2016

For as long as  Trenton Richardson, men’s varsity basketball player and senior, can remember, he has always been tall.  “A lot of people are like, ‘How tall are you?’ or ‘Do you play basketball?’” Richardson began to play in fourth grade. He said he saw the sport as fun and something ...

Senior Kyle Yost manages CHS men’s basketball team

Senior Kyle Yost manages CHS men’s basketball team

sports

December 14, 2015

A s the men’s basketball season approaches, players will begin going to practice  everyday after school and playing games on most weekends. Yet, these players are not the only ones putting in time on the court. For the last three years, Kyle Yost, men’s basketball manager and senior, has helped...

Playing By the Rules: As student athletes mature and gain experience, their opinion and treatment of referees changes

Playing By the Rules: As student athletes mature and gain experience,  their opinion and treatment of referees changes

sports

October 9, 2015

Fall sports are underway in Carmel. Every weekend, players, fans and coaches come to events filled with passion and love for the games. Frenzied fervor can be unleashed after a bad call and can often be aimed at the referees. “I hear a lot of trash, occasionally from the stands, a lot from the player...

Math Club begins preparation for AIME test

Math Club begins preparation for AIME test

Beats

March 12, 2015

On March 10 in Room A310, Caleb He, Math Club officer and sophomore, and his team began preparation for the AIME test. The testing will take place on March 19 from 7:50 to 11:03 a.m. “We finally finished the AMC's and we are going to prepare for the AIME,” He said. He added, “For the people who qualif...