• 2016 Warrior Tennis Season Recap

    Nathan Hood— 21 November, 2016 The time is 7:30. The place is the Ben Davis tennis courts. The event is the 2016 Sectional Finals. Senior Drew Shriner, after a long and grueling match against Ben Davis’s number 3 singles, emerges victorious from the fiery gauntlet of competition. His face expresses the purest mixture of excitement, […]

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  • Powderpuff 2016: Tradition Changed. Outrage Ensues.

    Nathan Hood- 9 Sept 2016 Powderpuff. The culmination of school spirit. The pinnacle of purpose. The apex of excitement. On this one day, Covenant Christian High School’s student body gets to celebrate in the most glorious, most noble, most magnificent showcase of girls flag football this side of 465. The themes for Spirit Week are […]

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  • WarriorFest: Keeping Covenant Athletics Alive

    By Nancy Zhang One of the most enjoyable events will happen at Covenant Christian High School next Friday, August 26, after school from 3:30pm to 7:30pm. The main reason for the WarriorFest is to raise money for the sports department. All students, parents, and teachers should support this activity. Students and families will enjoy the […]

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  • NBA Playoffs: First Round Predictions

    Eastern Conference Cavaliers vs. Pistons Game 1: Lebron goes for 50. Cavs win. 1-0 Game 2: Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love go partying the night before, stayed up all night, and fall asleep during halftime. They couldn’t wake up for the second half. Pistons win. 1-1 Game 3: Andre Drummond loses his shoes. Has to […]

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  • Luckless in London

    In light of the recent lackluster season by the Indianapolis Colts and my slight obsession with the video game FIFA, I have found a new favorite sport to watch on Sundays: the English Premier League (EPL). Also known as the Barclay’s Premier League, it has been dubbed one of the best soccer (football) leagues in […]

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  • On the Clock

    As the NFL draft approaches, it is time to take a look at some viable first-round draft options for the Colts. The Colts’ two biggest areas of need are the offensive line and a pass rusher. Since Ryan Grigson became GM, the Colts have done very little to protect their franchise quarterback Andrew Luck. They […]

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  • Warriors Defeat Cloverdale

    The Boys Basketball team took care of business on Saturday, January 9th, defeating Cloverdale 92-62. The game was held at Bankers Life Fieldhouse as part of the Really Big Basketball Show, an event that features ten different high school basketball teams. The Warriors fell behind early as they struggled to defend the Clovers fast-paced transition […]

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  • Boys Soccer preview

    With a recent victory over Providence High School and a tie with Cathedral High School, the IHSAA Class A #2 ranked Boys soccer team continues to compete at very high level. Head coach Michael Johnson said, “This year’s team has defined themselves off of togetherness and effort. They [have] come out each game, so far […]