The Observer

Football’s fall to Wootton ends winning streak

By By Joe Haynes-Sports Editor

October 27, 2010

After dropping the first two games of the season, the football team bounced back hard with a four-game winning streak behind the return of junior quarterback, Lansana Keita, who missed the first two games of the season due to family reasons. The team defeated Magruder 16-14 Oct. 8 at CHS in a come-f...

Football achieves first win of season at WJ

By By: Joe Haynes; Sports Editor

September 30, 2010

The football team got its first win of the season Sept. 16 when it traveled to Walter Johnson and defeated the Wildcats 7-0 in a rainy battle. The Bulldogs finally cracked the scoreboard for the first time this season on senior captain Marcus Brown’s run in the first quarter. The defense had a smothering...

Football Optimistic about new team Leaders

By By: Justine Stayman- staff resources manager

September 2, 2010

For the football team, the 2009 season not only met but surpassed high expectations. With Joe Allen taking over as a promising new head coach and talented younger players coming in to replace outgoing seniors, both team members and fans hoped the season would go well. However, it didn’t only go well,...

CHS Athletes Commit

By By Jenna Cantor Observations Editor

May 5, 2010

Congratulations to senior Jonathan Milbourn for accepting an offer to play football at Ohio Wesleyan University of the North Coast Athletic Conference. Milbourn has been on varsity for three years as offensive tackle. Good luck to Milbourn on becoming a Battling Bishop.

Athlete of the Month

By Brett Mead: Sports Editor

September 29, 2009

Senior Bryan Crutchfield runs the forty yard dash in a blazing 4.94 seconds, he is a member of the prestigious 700 pound club, and at 6’2’’, checks in at a whopping 145 pounds. He has never made a tackle, thrown a pass, rushed for a gain or scored a touchdown, yet CHS football would be in a lot...

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