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Central’s Girls Volleyball Team Prevails Against East Ridge and Tyner

Central’s Girls Volleyball Team Prevails Against East Ridge and Tyner

DayOnna Carson, Editor in Chief

September 20, 2019

Central's volleyball team has been diligently practicing their technique in preparation for a successful season. Now that the team has played a few matches, they have gotten back into their routine and know what to expect for the rest of the season. Just last week, the girls went against Tyner and...

Central Football is Working Towards Gaining Confidence After Baylor Loss

Central Football is Working Towards Gaining Confidence After Baylor Loss

Karleigh Schwarzl, Sports Editor

September 20, 2019

So far in the season, the Central football team has played and lost to Notre Dame and Tyner. Despite that, the boys had came out on top in the game against Sequoyah, beating them 47 to 34. The team's next game was against Baylor on Friday, September 13. This game was the first home game of the 2019-...

Freshmen Class Officers Advocate For a Great 2019-2020 School Year

Freshmen Class Officers Advocate For a Great 2019-2020 School Year

Cassandra Castillo, Copy Editor

September 19, 2019

Central recently held its annual class elections for the 2019-2020 school year; upperclassmen voted for their representatives on August 30, while the underclassmen held theirs on September 6 in the gym. Candidates went up to present their speeches in front of a sea of new and old faces. As a freshman,...

Sophomore Class Officers Hope to Instill Motivation in Their Peers

Sophomore Class Officers Hope to Instill Motivation in Their Peers

Jaheim Williams, Staff Writer

September 19, 2019

In the bustling era of the internet and social media, it seems like everything is a competition. Many teens today are mainly concerned about how many likes they can get on a post rather than pondering how they can make a positive impact in their community. Here at Central, the student body tries to...

Central’s Newly Built Track Promises Years of Continued Success

Central’s Newly Built Track Promises Years of Continued Success

Morgan Snyder, Columnist

September 18, 2019

Central started construction on the new track last fall, and it was recently finished about one month ago. Though it is a work in progress, the track is coming along slowly but surely. Many students are curious about the newly built track, as the bleachers, fence and lighting have yet to be constructed; St...

The Junior Class Officers Plan for a Year of Pounder Pride

The Junior Class Officers Plan for a Year of Pounder Pride

Danae Wnuk, Staff Writer

September 17, 2019

The 2019-2020 junior class officers have been elected, and they plan to lead their class with school spirit. This year's junior president is Destiny Smith. Smith has plans to work with her associate officers in order to organize activities for the junior class. She wants to highlight the juniors'...

Senior Class Officers Aspire to Create an Unforgettable Last Year

Senior Class Officers Aspire to Create an Unforgettable Last Year

Abby Young, Staff Writer

September 17, 2019

As the new school year begins, new class officers are elected for each grade. Even though these leaders are important to each class, it is especially critical for seniors to have suitable class officers to guide them in their last year before graduation. Strong leaders are required during this time because...

Central Celebrates 50 Years at its Highway 58 Location

Central Celebrates 50 Years at its Highway 58 Location

Ashley Coleman, Staff Writer

September 16, 2019

This year marks the 50th anniversary of Central High School’s Highway 58 location.A lot has changed since Central was first built, such as the school schedule, cafeteria food, and staff among other things.This year, Central's Alumni Association will be celebrating this accomplishment by holding an...

Jerry Summers (Class of ’59) Reflects on Time at Central Before His 53 Year Long Career as a Lawyer

Jerry Summers (Class of ’59) Reflects on Time at Central Before His 53 Year Long Career as a Lawyer

DayOnna Carson, Editor-in-Chief

September 16, 2019

Most everyone attributes their high school years as a time of transformative growth and self discovery. Over all the years that Central has been around, a multitude of students have went on to become successful, active members of members of society. That is no different for alumnus Jerry Summers. "Central...

Dylan Muccino Takes The 2020 Champion Yearbook to New Levels as Editor in Chief

Dylan Muccino Takes The 2020 Champion Yearbook to New Levels as Editor in Chief

Bailey Brantingham, Head Staff Writer

September 13, 2019

This year, the Central High School yearbook, The Champion, has emerged with a new class full of bright and intelligent students to run it. For the 109th edition of The Champion, the yearbook staff has big plans. To top last year's edition, The Champion Never Dyes, a tie-dye themed yearbook, the staf...

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