Perry Aguayo Jr. Death

March 27, 2015

Professional wrestling is scripted and rehearsed, though sometimes severe injuries can occur.  A mexican wrestling star Perro Aguayo Jr. died from injuries acquired during a match in Tijuana last Friday. Aguayo, who was 35, died after suffering a broken neck due to a dropkick from WWE star Rey Mysterio,... Read more »

Topper Nation Transitions To Track Season

David Douglas, Team B Writer
March 27, 2015

Typical Chardon weather consists of icy cold winds and a couple feet of snow, so it came to no surprise to the track and field team when shoveling the track was the first priority to start off the season. The organization was key as student athletes of all grades brought in a snow shovel from home and... Read more »

The Toppers Will Be Heading To Myrtle Beach This Weekend

Nick Mysyk, Team B Editor
March 27, 2015

The Chardon baseball team is excited to be going down to Myrtle Beach this spring break. This is the first time since the 2012 season that they will be going down. They are leaving on Easter Sunday night, and plan on arriving Monday morning. “I’m very excited. It will be a great experience for us,... Read more »

March Madness 2015 Preview

James Knopp, Staff Writer
March 23, 2015

It’s that time of the year again. Arguably the most famed sporting event returns with 64 college basketball teams ready to win it all. One reason many look forward to March is the constant action, many upsets, and cinderella stories. Many surprises lay ahead in this tournament.   The Case For... Read more »

Spring Sports Preview

Evan Hornyak, Editor
March 23, 2015

Warmer weather, flowers blooming, and outdoor sports are the signs that spring is here. It’s an exciting time of the year because we have been cooped up inside all winter and now it’s time to enjoy the outdoors. This years 2015 spring sports seasons has just kicked off and the spring meet the toppers... Read more »

Mikey Connick Is Heading To States

Nick Mysyk, Team B Editor
March 12, 2015

Mikey Connick is a senior wrestler, here, at Chardon High School. He has wrestled all four years of his high school career, and would not want to end it any other way, by going to States for his first time. Along with taking fourth in districts this weekend, Mikey also tied his brother’s (John Connick)... Read more »

March Madness is Here Again

Andrew Drake, Team B Editor
March 12, 2015

It’s that time of year again when brackets get made and everyone seems to be watching college basketball.  The NCAA basketball tournament, more commonly called “March Madness” is upon us again and this year’s tournament should prove as interesting and compelling as always. The odds of predicting... Read more »

Snowmobiling in Local Parks?

Evan Hornyak, Editor
March 10, 2015

Snowmobiling: a fun alternative to dealing with these brutal Northeast Ohio winters. Whether it’s riding around the backyard or riding on designated trails, snowmobiling is becoming more and more popular.  Just this past year 157,106 new snowmobiles were sold, this is an increase of 11% in the United... Read more »

Lax Bros

Joe Cyvas, Staff Writer
March 10, 2015

Do you like football? How about basketball? Even soccer. If you are interested in any of these these sports, listen up. Chardon is now taking signups for any high school athlete interested in playing for the Chardon Lacrosse Club team. Yes that’s right, Chardon is creating a Lax team. Don’t know... Read more »

On to the Next One

Jordan Barrett, Staff Writer
March 5, 2015

On March 2nd, the Chardon girl’s basketball team took on the Nordonia Knights in the District Semifinals.  The game began rather slowly for the Lady Toppers.  They failed to score a single point in the entire first quarter.  “We never thought we would lose, but we also didn’t think we wouldn’t... Read more »

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