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 »

Baseball Has Begun At Chardon

Nick Mysyk, Team B Editor
February 24, 2015

It has been a long while since the baseball season ended, and the players are getting anxious for the new season to begin. Most players have been playing baseball since the season ended last year, up to this point now. Others, had sports they needed to take care of once last year’s season had ended.... Read more »

Run 4 Fun

David Douglas, Team B Staff Writer
January 13, 2015

With athletic programs at Chardon High school, comes discipline and excellence. It is now that time of year where our student athletes challenge themselves with a variety of vigorous workouts. Reasons for being involved with the indoor track program range from football players attempting to better themselves... Read more »

Chardon Swimming

Nick Miraglia, Ed
December 19, 2014

Did you know that there is a swim team at Chardon High School? Well there is one, and it is one of the fastest growing sports in the high school. It is composed of students, both male and female, from all four classes at Chardon. While not an official Varsity sport yet, it is a club sport at the school. Practices... Read more »

Kevin Durant, A Young Legend

Cooper Snyder, Staff Writer
December 19, 2014

Throughout the course of basketball history, few have reached 15,000 points in an NBA career. Even fewer have scored that many in such a short amount of time. One of the few who have done both is Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder. Kevin Durant grew up in Washington DC, but attended the National... Read more »

Johnny Football or Johnny Dud?

Jordan Barrett, Staff Writer
December 19, 2014

Sunday, December 14th, marked the first time that the Cleveland Browns’ 22nd overall pick in the 2014 National Football League draft would make his debut.  Johnny Manziel, soon to be proclaimed as Johnny Cleveland, would finally get his chance after a pitiful past couple of weeks from the “hometown... Read more »

Chardon Gymnastics

Shae Eichele, Team B Writer
December 16, 2014

The 2014-2015 Chardon High School gymnastics team is competing their first competition on December 10. The Team practices with NDCL, Mayfield, Chagrin, West Geauga, Orange, Gilmour, Berkshire, Newbury, and Aurora. They practice at West geauga high school and most of their meets are there as well. The... Read more »

That Time Of Year

David Douglas, Team B Writer
November 21, 2014

As football season comes to a close, senior Mike Connick makes the transition from skilled defensive back to the natural, dominant Chardon Hilltopper wrestler that he is. Chardon Wrestling is a member of the Ohio High School Athletic Association and competes in the Premier Athletic Conference (PAC).... Read more »

Lady Toppers Look to Continue Another Successful Season

David Douglas, Team B Staff Writer
November 10, 2014

Chardon’s Lady Basketball team has been successful in the past, ending the 2013 season with a winning record of 16-7 after losing to the Madison Blue Streaks in the Division I playoffs. New Head Coach, Cullen Harris, and the brand new coaching staff look to assemble the 2014 team after tryouts on October... Read more »

Toppers Looking To Pick It Up After A Few Poor Seasons

Nick Mysyk, Team B Editor
November 10, 2014

The boys varsity basketball team has not been too successful in the past few years. Winning only 9 games combined the past two seasons, they are looking ahead to picking up the slack this year. Last year’s team was very promising. With five players over six feet tall, and some very skilled guards,... Read more »

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