Playoff Hopeful

The mighty Churchill football team has fought back from a 1-4 record to a good 4-5 record putting them in the spotlight of playoff hopefuls. Only losing one in the past four games, the chargers have one opponent left to play. The Roosevelt Rough Riders.

The chargers are usually victorious when matched up against the Rough Riders, but this matchup is so much more intense. With a win the chargers will end the season with a 5-5 record that will put them in the playoffs, but with a loss,  their season will end with broken hearts and regrets.

This seasons early struggles set the chargers back quite a bit, but they have fought  back with heart, sweat, and tears to get a shot to make the playoffs, and there is nothing stopping them besides themselves.


Rockstar in Class and on the Field

     Hard worker, caring, and of course fast, all describe cross country runner Danielle Peck. Peck has devoted years of practice and hard work to achieve the greatest of goals–qualifying for state as a Freshman!

    When asked what her immediate reaction was when she realized she was going to state, Danielle said she felt “excited and relieved that all the work paid off.” Danielle is the first to represent Churchill High School at the State level in the last five years. She says, “It is an honor to represent such an amazing school and to receive this at such a young age.”

     Her coaches are proud of Danielle and her accomplishment as well. Mr. Gueldner knew Danielle’s hard work would pay off, and he says he plans to be at her next competition to continue supporting her. When working with Danielle or any of our Churchill Cross Country team members, Mr. Gueldner said he hopes they “set challenging, but attainable goals and push each other to work hard to achieve it.”

     The Churchill Cross Country team is proud to have Danielle Peck representing our school, and Charger Nation can’t wait to see what she achieves in the future.

Clash in The World Series

A clash between two dominant MLB teams turned out to be quite a quick series. In only five games the Red Sox beat the Dodgers 4-1.

In the first two games the Red Sox had no problem jumping to an early 2-0 lead. Beating LA 8-4 in game one and 4-2 in game two.

The craziest thing about the entire series was game three, that took 18 innings to decide a winner. It took about seven hours for the dodgers to pull out there only win of the series with a walk off home run by Max Muncy.

Steve Pearce was the standout player for the red sox in game four with four RBI’s and two runs as the Red Sox won 9-6.

Game five ended in celebration for the Boston community as the Red Sox won 5-1 and brought the world series back to Boston.

The Dodgers vs Red Sox rivalry will always be a tough matchup but in this case, Boston pulled it out when it was most important.

On The Road to State

With an astonishing 33-7 overall record and 12-1 district record, the Lady Chargers sit at the top of the district standings and don’t look like they are slowing down any time soon. Led by senior and Notre Dame commit Caroline Meuth, the Lady Chargers look to make a run for their money in playoffs.

“The season had been great so far, and I’m super excited for playoffs”, junior Megan Montalvo said. “We’ve played really well as a team, and I think we’re gonna go far.”

Although it was a long season, making playoffs was all worth it. Their confidence is soaring, and they are all eager to play.

“I think we have done really well this season and have improved every step of the way,” sophomore Alyssa Ortega said. “ With playoffs coming up, we’re all super excited and ready to play.”

As the Lady Chargers finish off district this week with a game against Roosevelt, they are ready to represent Churchill High School in playoffs, and show that they are true contenders for state.

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