Month: November 2017

An Unlikely Coincidence

Cameron Ferguson is a new teacher in the social studies department. He went to Smith Middle School, where he had Daphne Montoya as his sixth grade math teacher. This year, Montoya passed away, and Ferguson reflects on his memories of her. “She was a great teacher and that was a great class. I’m not much […]

Terrific Times at T-Dance

CHS students looked forward to T-dance since the beginning of the school year; finally, the long awaited T-dance was Saturday, November 18 at the Hope Valley Country Club in Durham. T-dance is run by a collection of mothers and daughters and is a great opportunity to dance and have fun with friends. It includes Chapel […]

Back to Back Powderpuff Champions

Following tradition, the freshmen and seniors played the first game of the night. With the help of senior coaches Karl Naomi, Joe Zhang and Chris Millar, the seniors defeated the freshmen 35-0. Sophomores and juniors faced off in the game that determined the seniors’ opponent. The one touchdown of the game earned the sophomores a […]

Powderpuff 2017

The Wednesday Night Lights will shine brightly on November 15 as students of all grade levels participate in a series of Powderpuff games to raise money for prom and to show school spirit. Powderpuff is designed to flip traditional roles, having only girls participate in the game while boys coach and act as cheerleaders. Teams […]

She Kills Monsters Killed It

Student’s excitement about She Kills Monsters continues to buzz through CHS hallways after the memorable performance. She Kills Monsters explores common topics in many high schoolers’ lives: popularity versus geekiness, relationship problems, sibling problems and sexuality. The performance puts a spin on these typical topics by adding fantasy and adventure as the characters travel through […]

To the third round they go

Saturday night, the boys’ varsity soccer team defeated Randleman in the second round of playoffs, with a final score of 3-1. Dixon Flores, sophomore, opened the scoreboard for the Jaguars in the first half of the game. Following the half-time break, the Jaguars scored twice more before the Tigers scored in the final minutes. Hudson […]

Going for Gold, Again

Those interested in supporting the Carrboro women’s volleyball team can attend the State Championship game on Saturday, November 4 at 2:30 pm at Reynolds Coliseum in Raleigh. The players will face West Iredell High. They are optimistic but acknowledge the challenge ahead. “[West Iredell] is the best team we’ll play all year,” said Emma Fritsch, […]

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