Sportsmanship: Stephanie Ferrante: Runs Away with the Sportsmanship Award

Haley McKelvey, Staff Writer
May 23, 2014

Blink and you might miss her. Stephanie Ferrante graduates this year leaving behind multiple school records for track and field and many competitors in the dust. On and off the track, Stephanie never fails to leave a lasting impression on those around her.  Being voted on Prom court this year just goes... Read more »

Andrew Gray: Talented in every position

Jason Janda and Evan Hornyak, Staff Writers
May 20, 2014

  The class of 2014 is full of many special athletes. However, none are quite as spectacular as Andrew (Gary) Gray. Andrew is a two sport letterman in basketball and football. He is a three year letterman in both sports. Perhaps his greatest honor is his all-state nomination in football. Andrew’s... Read more »

Surprising Turn for Powderpuff Football

Nick Miraglia, Staff Writer
May 7, 2014

Powderpuff Football is an event that many Chardon girls look forward to; the chance to finally make a name for themselves in the sport of football. In a junior versus senior exhibition flag football game, the girls will battle it out until the end of the fourth quarter. The best feature of the game is... Read more »

Toppers Stomp Mayfield At The Classic Park Classic Game

Nick Mysyk, Staff Writer
May 7, 2014

This past Saturday,the Chardon Hilltopper varsity baseball team took on the Mayfield Wildcats at ClassicPark, home of the Lake County Captains. The Hilltoppers, who were 7-5 at the time, were coming off a very disappointing loss to the Geneva Eagles at home, and they were looking to come back strong... Read more »

Lifting Weights and Pumping Iron

Evan Hornyak, staff writer
April 30, 2014

Lifting weights and working out are great ways to stay in shape and stay healthy. There are so many reasons why people lift. Some lift for the looks, others lift for there sports, while some do it for competition. But here are some examples of why you should be hitting the weight room. A common reason... Read more »

Fantastic Final Four

Jason Janda, Staff Writer
April 11, 2014

In the month of March, sports fans all over the United States and even all over the world tuned in to watch some of college basketball’s best and brightest stars. At the end of the  month, only four teams remained. Two proverbial “Cinderellas” in University of Connecticut and University of Kentucky... Read more »

Chardon Baseball 2014 Season Preview

Nick Mysyk, Staff Writer
March 10, 2014

Two years ago, the Chardon baseball program went to the Regional Finals, further than any Chardon baseball team has gone before. The following season, the team picked up new head coach, Brian Long. Long has a lot of baseball experience, considering he played in high school and in college for the Cleveland... Read more »

Indian’s Spring Training

Joe Connick, Staff Writer
March 10, 2014

Many baseball teams have reported to spring training already, but The most interesting team that everyone is following is the Cleveland Indians; Reporting to spring training on Tuesday February 11, 2014 in Goodyear, Arizona.” The Indians are going to take over the AL Central this year. I’m looking... Read more »

Cavs Looking to Pick It Up in the Second Half of the Season

February 19, 2014

After starting off the season with a 16-33 record, they’re going into All-Star Weekend on a four game win streak. Beating the Wizards, Grizzlies, Kings and the Detroit Pistons last night, they are looking to turn things around. After acquiring what could be one of the most disappointing number one... Read more »

Hilltopper Wrestlers Pull Through at P.A.C.

February 10, 2014

The Chardon Hilltoppers competed at the P.A.C.(Premier Athletic Conference) tournament on February 1st, 2014. The P.A.C conference consisted of Riverside, Willoughby South, Eastlake North, Geneva, Chardon, University, and Madison. Going in to this tournament Chardon was giving up four weight classes,... Read more »

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