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An Outside Look: Athletes discuss differences in non-school sports scouting, the difficulty for getting exposure

An Outside Look: Athletes discuss differences in non-school  sports scouting, the difficulty for getting exposure

Livvie Hurley

December 13, 2018


Filed under Recent Updates, SPORTS

For gymnast and senior Hadyn Crossen, gymnastics started being a big part of her life at age two, when she started the sport. Flash forward to middle school, and colleges were looking at her. Crossen now sits with a scholarship to Eastern Michigan University, but she said the process is different from school...

Increase in men’s soccer game attendance helped soccer team throughout season

Uday Lomada

October 25, 2018


Filed under Online Only, Recent Updates, SPORTS

As of late, the small stands of Murray Stadium have been filling up for the men’s soccer team whenever they play. As cheering has been louder and louder for every game they play, the players and coaches alike have noticed its effect and appreciated it. “The bigger the crowd, the more jacked up the...

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


Filed under Recent Updates, SPORTS

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...

Men’s soccer focuses on defense in Sectional game against Pike High School

Uday Lomada

October 3, 2018


Filed under Online Only, Recent Updates, SPORTS

 After a successful regular season and a close game with Pike High School only two weeks earlier, the CHS Men’s soccer team readies up for the state season in their first sectionals match.            “We had played (Pike High School) earlier in the season and they had scored a late goal o...

YOU HAVE TO READ THIS!! : Students, teachers address evolution of clickbait, repercussions for unbiased information

YOU HAVE TO READ THIS!! : Students, teachers address evolution of clickbait, repercussions for unbiased information

Uday Lomada

September 21, 2018


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, Recent Updates

After a long and strenuous day at school, senior Riley Aadson used to plop down on his couch and watch the headlines pass by or watch a YouTube video from his recommended list. This was when he normally caught up on the news about the world around him. Titles like “Obamacare IS DESTROYING JOBS” and headl...

The Concussion Crisis: CHS football players, trainers discuss how to solve, overcome concussion problem in football

The Concussion Crisis: CHS football players, trainers discuss how to solve, overcome concussion problem in football

Misha Rekhter

August 15, 2018


Filed under Fall Sports, Football, Recent Updates, SPORTS, Uncategorized

The crunch of the hit is the hardest to hear, the most devastating sound for the audience to bear. The mashing of bodies is haunting as the players hurl their collection of muscle and bone at one another with devastating force. Each play is a battle for survival, bringing with it a large dosage of ri...

Sports Briefs: August 15th, 2018

Uday Lomada

August 15, 2018


Filed under Recent Updates, SPORTS

The excerpt has been updated to correctly reflect DeShaun Holder's motto.  ...

Life’s a game: With the rise of video gamers in the entertainment industry, CHS students assess the reality of these professions

Life’s a game: With the rise of video gamers in the entertainment  industry, CHS students assess the reality of these professions

Uday Lomada, Entertainment Reporter

January 25, 2018


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, Print, Recent Updates

Three days before Christmas, sophomore Zach Howard and his friends walked into his basement to find three TVs with GameCubes wired to play “Super Smash Bros. Melee.” To get ready, they had warmed up techniques such as the wave dash and multishine. Their end goal: winning a local $1,000 prize tournament. Only a few days later, sophomore Nolan Lederman hosted his yearly Christmas stream on Twitch playing video games such as “FIFA” and “Call of Duty.” His goal was to raise...

Halloween Hype: The Fall of Traditional Stores

Halloween Hype: The Fall of Traditional Stores

Uday Lomada

October 26, 2017


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT

Andrew “Drew” Michael, senior, has been going to his local store with his parents to buy his costume ever since he was five, as like many other students. But now, with the advent of online shopping, Michael now gets everything with only a couple clicks. “When I was younger, (my parents and I) wo...