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Dude’s Guide to Promposals

Dude's Guide to Promposals

Neiko Megrichian, Sports Editor

April 18, 2018

It's about that time of year again where everyone's favorite form of a question is a pun. Poster board sales are skyrocketing, bros are doing favors for other bros, and dudes are finally being polite around their crush. As Kurt Cobain would say, "it smells like teen spirit." But here's the thing:...

COS: Sierra Devericks

COS: Sierra Devericks

Neiko Megrichian, Sports Editor

April 12, 2018

Sierra Devericks is a senior at SHS who will be attending UCF to study art. "The greatest thing I've accomplished during high school is being in the visual arts academy. It's really helped me move forward with my art skills and I want to be involved with art in the future." Devericks is also a...

Coach Price Freezes Out Competition for Winter Coach of the Year

Coach Price Freezes Out Competition for Winter Coach of the Year

Neiko Megrichian, Sports Editor

April 12, 2018

The year is 2016 and the final buzzer of the girls basketball season sounds. They finish with four wins on the season; Zoe Price and her girls are underwhelmed, and with no games left to play there is only one thing left to do: prepare for the future. The future arrives two seasons later and the Lady...

Girls Water Polo Makes a Splash

Girls Water Polo Makes a Splash

Neiko Megrichian, Sports Editor

March 27, 2018

The girls water polo team is in he midst of their sophomore season, and with a new coach and many fresh faces, the energy is real. In only their second season of existence, the Chiefs have comprised a team of hard-working and dedicated girls who look to be serious contenders in future years. They...

Chiefs Win Districts Against PBG, Face Wellington Next

Chiefs Win Districts Against PBG, Face Wellington Next

Neiko Megrichian, Sports Editor

February 15, 2018

The Lady Chiefs basketball team took the court as clear underdogs to compete against the Boca Raton Bobcats in the district finals. Despite a tough shortcoming against an all too familiar Coach Nguyen and the Bobcats squad, Chiefs head coach, Zoe Price would argue that the season has proven to be...

How Hiking Yosemite Humbled Me

Neiko Megrichian the night before running for his life

Neiko Megrichian, Sports Editor

February 9, 2018

It Never Goes As Planned My backpacking trip this summer was cut short by a day. I wanted to test myself; I wanted to be off the grid for five whole days. That's usually the mission between Ryan, my lifelong friend, and I. We spend anywhere between two to three months planning our epic excursions,...

Chiefs Soccer: Seniors Dominate the Pitch

Chiefs Soccer: Seniors Dominate the Pitch

Neiko Megrichian, Sports Editor

January 30, 2018

The Chiefs soccer team ended another successful regular season with a bang, out-scoring the Inlet Grove Hurricanes 8-0. The eleven seniors on the squad set a goal and absolutely dominated, as they were fueled not only by their natural competitive energy, but also by what this match stood for. This...

Super Bowl LII Preview

Super Bowl LII Preview

Neiko Megrichian, Sports Editor

January 26, 2018

Foles. Brady. This Super Bowl will bring the heat in Minnesota. In Sunday's Conference Championship games, New England completed a comeback for the ages and Philadelphia never looked back in an absolutely dominant performance on their home turf against the two-seed Vikings. At 3:05 in Foxboro,...

Roll Tide to Victory

Roll Tide to Victory

Neiko Megrichian, Sports Editor

January 18, 2018

First Half The Alabama Crimson Tide came up five points shy of a national title in the 2017 NCAA Championship matchup against Clemson. This year, the Crimson Tide found themselves back on the big stage facing the Georgia Bulldogs, whose hopes of their first national championship since 1980 were looking l...

From Chief to Blue Wave

AJ Orrico signs with Florida State College at Jacksonville

Neiko Megrichian, Sports Editor

November 9, 2017

This Wednesday proved to be memorable for the Chiefs Baseball family as they commemorated the progression of four-year varsity starting short stop Anthony "A.J." Orrico. A.J. made it official by putting pen to paper, and conclusively became a member of the Florida State College at Jacksonville baseball...

Santaluces High School