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Sports put on hold, as the COVID-19 Pandemic Continues
by John Casarez | staff writer As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the sports lockdown also continues.  There is one thing almost all of America wants to do right now. We all just want to go outside and throw the ball or shoot some hoops, you'r (More)
Spring Break on a Budget
With Spring Break around the corner there may be a lot of activities that are on your list to do with friends and family, but those plans might be too expensive. If you’re on a budget and don't want to be a couch potato at home, here are few activiti (More)
Change made to the 2020-2022 UIL district alignment
by Joe Casarez | staff writer With the release of the new UIL realignment Johnson, along with other NEISD schools, have shifted from district 27-6A to 28-6A as two additional new schools have been introduced from Northside. “They added two more (More)
Lift-A-Thon hopes to bring in maximum funds
Lauryn Chavez | Staff Writer The varsity football team will be hosting the annual Johnson Lift-A-Thon on Monday, April 15 to raise money for the football program. This competition challenges the football team to lift as much as they can. “The l (More)
Jags take the win at district opener
Joseph Sweeney | staff writer The Jags met the Rattlers in their district opener on Friday night, to bring home their third win against Reagan since 2008, with a final score of 38-31. “When we opened this school in ‘08, the majority of students (More)
Johnson girls take to the field during the annual Powder Puff football game
By Eric Martinez | staff writer Another yearly tradition has started up again; the powder puff game. It has been played by Johnson for the last nine years and still carries on to this day. “It's just for fun. It's just a game between seniors an (More)
Athletes start signing to play in college
It is that time of the year when athletes make a choice that will directly impact at least the next four years of their life. If they’ve committed to the sport that they have played all throughout high school, they will most likely have many offers f (More)
A Tragic Ending
Friday November 16 marked the date that the Churchill Chargers took on the Brandeis Broncos in the first round of playoffs. The Chargers(5-5) came in as heavy underdogs against Brandeis(8-2), but the Chargers shushed all the doubters that night. O (More)
Onward to Playoffs
On a cold and miserable Friday the matchup between the Churchill Chargers and the Roosevelt Rough Riders took place. This matchup decided who would go to playoffs and it was a game for the ages. It was a close game throughout, but towards the end was (More)
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 Ride (More)
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