Unfinished business

Rachel Jacket, Reporter
December 16, 2017

Last season, the Chanute High School wrestling team did not lose any varsity team members. As a result, this year they are only adding to their team. “It’s a different season than it was last year. It’s a different crew since we will be adding the sophomore class,” Head Coach Andy Albright said. Being... Read more »

Net gain

Amanda Stalder, Reporter
December 16, 2017

Last Monday, the USD 413 Board of Education approved the addition of soccer at its monthly board meeting. The addition leaves students excited and a number of questions to be answered. In the Beginning: Sophomores Jacob Adams and Jack Hendrickson, along with freshman Jacob Guernsey, can be held mainly... Read more »

A different way for a fan-to-see football

Michael Alyward, Reporter
November 27, 2017

With the National Football League (NFL) season well on its way, there is a lot of pressure on professional football teams to make it to the playoffs. However, not only is there tension on the players to compete to their best abilities, but there is also stress on the football fanatics that take part... Read more »

45 years later

Amanda Stalder, Reporter
November 27, 2017

When thinking of equality, many minds instantly think of women’s rights. The same thing happens when the topic of Title IX is brought up. In 1972 an amendment was made to the Constitution of the United States prohibiting certain discrimination based on gender. This is referred to as Title IX. Today,... Read more »

Tribute to a team that revitalized KC baseball

Nathan Farris, Reporter
November 27, 2017

For nearly 30 years, the Kansas City Royals were a laughing stock inside of Major League Baseball. The days filled with George, Brett, and Frank White were long gone. The only way this bottomfeeder would make ESPN would be through the Not Top 10 Plays of the Week. This all changed in 2014. After a winning... Read more »

Chipping in

Taylor Thompson, Reporter
October 5, 2017

In years past, the girls’ golf team has not had enough interest to fill a whole team. Things have changed this season. The girls’ golf team has doubled in size since last year, with 10 girls out for the team. Part of the reason there is such a large team is because there are five freshmen out for... Read more »

Fan Farris

Nathan Farris, Reporter
October 5, 2017

As a fan of sports, October is easily one of the most exciting months of the year. No matter what you like, there seems to be something enjoyable in the sports world. At this point in the NFL, we began to separate the truly elite football teams from the rest of the pack. Even with 32 teams in the league,... Read more »

Senior switch up

Michael Alyward, Reporter
October 5, 2017

This season of fall sports has brought along new opportunities for many athletes. Many seniors have decided to try out new sports during their last year at CHS. What were their motives? We asked them some questions to figure out. Change can be hard, but it often can pay off. For Madi Thompson, she switched... Read more »

The Streak Continues

September 7, 2017

The Blue Comet football team opened the season with 38-7 victory over rival Iola last Friday.   The win was Chanute’s 26th in a row for the Mustangs, with Iola’s last win coming in 1988.   Seniors Jack Richard and Matt Hernandez, juniors Corbett Kimberlin and Qualin Powell, and... Read more »

Collins leads the way as Comets take first

Darbie Chard, Reporter
August 25, 2017

Led by senior Sage Collins’s undefeated finish at No. 1 singles, the Blue Comets girls’ varsity tennis team placed first in the Chanute High School Invitational on Thursday. Collins went 4-0 on the day, helping the Blue Comets to 13 points. They were followed closely by second-place Iola (12 points)... Read more »