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Committed athletes at CHS reflect on NCAA rule changes allowing players to be paid by third parties for their namesake

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Ty Wise, varsity football player (number 37), IU commit and senior plays outside linebacker at the Semi-State game on Nov. 22. Wise said he likes the rule change.

Aniket Biswal

December 12, 2019

Ever since the start of the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) in 1910, college athletes have never had the opportunity to make profits off of their games. This has created controversy in the sporting community about whether collegiate athletes should be allowed to gain money from endorsements,...

The Basketball Bond: Students should appreciate the bonding experience that March Madness creates

The Basketball Bond: Students should appreciate the bonding experience that March Madness creates

Caleb Shaffer

March 22, 2019

Every march, fans come together for the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament, otherwise known as March Madness. One of my favorite parts about this time of year is how close it brings me to my peers. I am a naturally competitive person; I always have...

CHS athletes continuing their athletic careers in college decide between Division I, II, III school

CHS athletes continuing their athletic careers  in college decide between Division I, II, III school

sports

November 13, 2015

Like many CHS seniors, varsity soccer player Tyler Majeski went through the college selection process, yet unlike many of his other classmates, Majeski will be continuing his soccer career at the collegiate level. Next fall, Majeski will not only be a Franklin College Grizzly, but also don a navy b...

Enough Madness?

blogs

March 30, 2014

With the coming NCAA championships, excitement is mounting among collegiate basketball fans. The excitement hasn’t been shared by all, though. See below for Grant and Jacob’s takes on this issue. Jacob’s Take: Stop the Madness! March Madness – as NCAA mania grips the nation, I confess myself...

Administration implements student-athlete SRT to ensure students’ academic eligibility

sports

January 23, 2014

This year, a new special SRT for student-athletes has been introduced to ensure that they are academically eligible for competing at the next level. Briana “Bri” Arnold, softball player and senior, who wants to play softball in college, takes advantage of this SRT with help from English teacher Kimbe...