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Hunting : Positive and Negative Effects

Jaden Clark, Reporter

March 21, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Sports

Initially, hunting seems to be a clear hazard to the environment and the general health of animals around the world. Every year millions of animals are killed through hunting for sport. However, hunting is not as detrimental as it may seem. The hunting industry raises huge amounts of money every year...

Behind the Curtain of Dog Shows

Sean Castro

March 21, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Sports

Dogs! For the longest time, dogs have always been man’s best friend. Typically, dogs can be very energetic and athletic, sometimes a little too much. A place where we can see that attitude tuned in is at a dog show. Dog shows, otherwise known as conformation shows, is all about how a specific purebred...

Mejia: First Female in CHS History to Wrestle Her Way Up to CIF State

Mejia: First Female in CHS History to Wrestle Her Way Up to CIF State

Travis Davis, Reporter

March 21, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Sports

This past winter sports season has marked a rather positive change in pace for the CHS wrestling team. Not only did the team manage to end their 10 year losing streak, but they also sent nine members of the boys team and one member of the girls team to CIF. Two wrestlers, senior Victor Mora and sophomore...

Varsity Tennis Clinic

Aubree Trask, Reporter

March 21, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Sports, Tennis

On Saturday, Feb. 17, the Boys’ and Girls’ Varsity Tennis teams held a clinic for children at the CHS tennis courts to help them learn how to play tennis. The clinic was originally started by CHS junior Astrid Petropoulos as a CAS project.The activity was held at the CHS tennis courts, and about...

Sanvictores the Scuba Diver

Jaiden Curlin, Reporter

March 21, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Sports

There are a whole lot of things down under the water, and this motivates many people to try to observe them. One way to see the great seas is to spend your day at the beach. Unfortunately, a person would die if they were to look underwater for more than three minutes because, well, you would drown. One...

Wrestling Wins First Match in 10 Years

Wrestling Wins First Match in 10 Years

Travis Davis, Reporter

March 1, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports, Wrestling

The CHS wrestling team had the most ideal senior night possible on Jan. 23 for they had finally ended a 10-year losing streak by defeating Diamond Bar High School with a final score of 48 to 30, ending their season with a record of one win and four losses. The team, having come close to defeating several...

Harding Dives Into CHS Swim

Harding Dives Into CHS Swim

Joseph Salvinski, Reporter

February 28, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Issue #6, Sports

Diving into CHS is the new head swim coach, Nathan Harding. Harding was recommended for the assistant coaching position last year and, starting this year, has moved into the head coaching position when former head coach Coach Joystine stepped down. Harding comes with a lengthy background in the sport...

Justin “J-tizzle” Tinajero

Justin “J-tizzle” Tinajero

Eden Yu, Co Head Sports Editor

February 26, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Issue #6, Sports

Exceptional center defender, sports fanatic, and CHS senior Justin Tinajero is the February Athlete of the Month. Tinajero has been on the Varsity Boys’ Soccer team at CHS since his sophomore year. He has been avidly playing soccer since he was only four years old and, since then, been on a multitude...

Gomez: Dual-Sport Athlete

Gomez: Dual-Sport Athlete

makayla Oas, Reporter

February 5, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Issue #5, Sports

Juliana Gomez is a hard-working athlete and senior at CHS who exceeds at golf and volleyball. She has recently earned titles for each sport that display her success. Gomez received top eight in her league for Girl’s Golf, made it to CIF, and was one of the top players in her league for girls’ volleyball....

Lopez Reaches Goals in Soccer

Lopez Reaches Goals in Soccer

Charles Jiang, Reporter

February 5, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Issue #5, Showcase, Soccer, Sports

One CHS student that has done well in their soccer career is senior Kevyn Lopez. Lopez currently plays for West Coast FC, located in Laguna Hills, CA which is ranked number two among all soccer clubs in the entire nation. Lopez started playing soccer at the age of four and started playing for his current...

CHS Girls’ Cross Country Runs Their Way to Nike Cross Nationals

CHS Girls’ Cross Country Runs Their Way to Nike Cross Nationals

Jaden Clark, Reporter

January 12, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Showcase, Sports, Track & Field/Cross Country

A starting gun goes off in the distance. Bodies fly by. Crowds anxiously wait for the first runners. Such is the set-up of a cross country meet, an environment that the cross country program at CHS has learned to dominate. This year, both the boys’ and girls’ teams shattered records, crushed opponents,...

Placebo Effect in Sports Products

Travis Davis, Reporter

January 12, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Sports

Almost every person has seen an ad in which a product is presented as a guaranteed way to improve athletic performance. Often times, such merchandise is sponsored by a renowned athlete. While the actual science behind the ameliorative properties of most products may be exaggerated, many consumers swear...

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