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Five Kodiaks Named Tennis All-Stars for The Gazette

Today’s Gazette featured the area’s top girls’ tennis players for the 2019 season.  Among the top All-Stars were Kodiaks Jules T. ’21 and Kate G. ’20 who were named to the second team.  It is worth mentioning that these two were the only “small school” players (3A) ranked in the top 18 which featured many players

New Scoreboard Goes Up on Boddington Field

The upcoming Fall sports season will showcase a new digital and wireless scoreboard on the south end of Boddington Field.  Fans should have no problem locating the score as this new scoreboard is twice the size as the previous one.  The scoreboard will be featured in all home soccer and lacrosse games.  Installation is currently underway, between

Sports 101: Take the Time to Teach Sportsmanship

Coaches Must Take the Time to Teach Sportsmanship By Steve Amaro on November 07, 2014 High school athletics provides athletes with opportunities to learn many things that are not covered in academic curriculum. Athletes build relationships with their teammates and coaches, establish healthy exercise habits and experience the range of emotions that come with competition.

Kate Griffin: The Gazette’s Peak Performer for Golf

CSS does not offer girls’ golf, so Kate G. ’20 has played high school golf for the Cougars at Coronado H.S., helping them to back-to-back Metro League Championships.  During May’s extreme weather conditions, Kate shot an 83 to place 6th at the state tournament while the team placed fifth in the 4A tournament – the top

CSS All-Star Basketball Camp I: June 3-7

The 2019 CSS summer sports camps kick off Monday, June 3, with the annual All-Star Basketball Camp I, the first of two basketball camps this summer.  Basketball Camp II is July 29-August 2, and the CSS Volleyball Camp is August 5-9.  Visit the CSS website for more information and register today! ALL-STAR BASKETBALL CAMPS Monday, June

Sports 101: Intensity vs. Anger

Managing the fine line between competing with intensity or anger: Can anger actually lead to better performance? Friday, May 10, 2019 By: Connor Hartley | I regularly hear from athletes, “I play better when I’m angry.” On the flip side, I’ll also hear athletes say, “I got in her head and took her out of