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Featured Photo: MSHSAA Boys State Swimming Championships

Featured Photo: MSHSAA Boys State Swimming Championships

November 4, 2017


Filed under Photography, Sports

Class 1 MSHSAA Boys State Swimming Championships ended November 3. In the last event of the day, the Boys 400 yd Freestyle Relay team finished 8th overall. The team consisted of Matt Graham, Koji Barrette, Wil Welch, and Hutton Murdoch (left to right). The CHS boys swim team tied for 9th place overall...

Keeping the Record

Keeping the Record

Justin Guilak, Chief Digital Editor

October 28, 2017


Filed under Fall, Sports

“There’s nothing left for me to say to you. You guys already know what you have to do. This has to be the hardest race you’ve ever run. This has to be the hardest race of your life. You have to give it everything you’ve got.” These inspirational words from Coach James Crowe guided the CHS boys’ cross country team just before they raced in the district meet.

Twin Telepathy

Twin Telepathy

Daniel Cohen and Daniel Cho

October 21, 2017


Filed under Fall

Q: What is their role on the team as freshmen? A: They came to the team as defensive specialists. We went to a tournament early on in the year and we had a bunch of players who hadn’t reached eligibility yet. So, Annie and Angela joined us. They were promising freshmen on the JV team. But, we didn’t...

CHS Girls Golf

CHS Girls Golf

Sophie Thompson, Page Editor

September 25, 2017


Filed under Fall, Sports

The Girls Varsity Golf was a very strong team that achieved many victories this season. The team had 5 players and 1 swing player who played between JV and varsity. 2 seniors, 1 junior, 2 sophomores, and 1 freshmen. The team placed fourth out of eleven in Conference, and are competing this week in Districts....

Athlete Profile: Kate Cooper

Athlete Profile: Kate Cooper

Maddy Bale, Senior Managing Editor

September 19, 2017


Filed under Athlete Profiles, Fall, Sports

“Really the only thing you can do without driving yourself crazy is resolve to do better next time. I told myself that next time I would make it. It wouldn’t be an option.” -Kate Cooper.

Plan B(arnes)

Plan B(arnes)

Daniel Cohen, Sports Section Editor/Business Manager

September 17, 2017


Filed under Sports

“When I was [playing] at Miami of Ohio, there was this speaker who played in the NFL and he just gave me a fact. He used to always tell me and it stuck in my head that ‘only two percent of all college football players make it to the NFL, so you better have a backup plan,’” Linwood Barnes, the...

New Blood

New Blood

Sara Stemmler and Josephine Cross

September 17, 2017


Filed under Sports

“I feel kind of bad . . . their matches aren’t going to count towards varsity scoring,” girls’ varsity tennis coach Susie Luten said. Luten is referring to players in varsity positions seven through twelve who, as a result of the large number of incoming players this year, will not contribute...

First Win of the Season: Clayton vs. Jennings

First Win of the Season: Clayton vs. Jennings

Catherine Walsh and Mariclare Gatter

September 1, 2017


Filed under Latest, Sports

The CHS football team won an exciting game tonight against Jennings High School. The game began with a 6-0 lead by the Greyhounds early in the first quarter, a touchdown made by Al Slater.  On defense, the Greyhounds maintained a strong wall of players to hold off the efforts of the Jennings Warrior...

Fall Sports Preview

Fall Sports Preview

Michael Bernard, Editor-in-Chief

August 19, 2017


Filed under Fall, Latest, Sports

Boys' Football Players to Watch: Jeremiah Austin Al Slater Dominick Waller 2016-2017 Record: 2-7 Goals: To win our conference.   Girls' Golf Players to Watch: Misheel Sodgerel Sophie Thompson Ella Zimmerman 2016-2017 Record: 5-5 Goals: To lower our average varsity team score ...

A Driving Force

A Driving Force

Daniel Cho, Sports Section Editor

August 18, 2017


Filed under Sports

Nervous on the first tee, senior Misheel Sodgerel breathes deeply and slowly -- a technique she learned to calm her nerves and slow her heart rate. All the way in Connecticut, she imagines as if she is hitting a normal shot on the range. She winds up and hits a long drive down the middle of the fairway...

A Season to Remember

A Season to Remember

Jacob LaGesse, Editor-in-Chief

May 24, 2017


Filed under Latest, Sports, Spring

“Winning the district championship, our record would have said that that wasn’t even a possibility,” CHS head baseball coach Craig Sucher said. “But we knew ourselves and we didn’t let our record define us, despite the fact that we could have.” On Tuesday, May 23, the CHS Varsity Baseball...

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