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Teacher appreciation timelapse

Teacher appreciation timelapse

Grant Boehne, Staff Photographer

May 11, 2018

An ultimate win

An ultimate win

Connor Crites, Video Editor

May 1, 2018

After a tense game with Chaminade, the Central ultimate frisbee team came out on top with a score of 15-13. The game was very close until the end, when FHC managed to get a two-point lead. “It was a pretty negative atmosphere,” said senior Andrew Siemers. “We won, even though they were a tier on...

JV baseball win

JV baseball win

Jordan Duesenberg, Staff Photographer

May 1, 2018

The JV baseball boys fought hard in their game with a 12-9 win, even with the win players still hope to improve for future games.   As a freshman, Ryan Hoshaw, recognizes areas in which the team could improve on for future games.   “We need to work on team chemistry and work on g...

Movin’ on up

Movin' on up

Connor Crites, Video Editor

March 2, 2018

The girls basketball team made easy work of Timberland in their first game of districts. The final score was 37-20, which makes their record 21 & 5. The game was heavily in favor of the Spartans, but Timberland managed to come back and make it a close game. "The whole team had a lot of energy,"...

Mr. Schott the journalist

Mr. Schott the journalist

Connor Crites, Video Editor

February 9, 2018

Have you ever wanted to take a publications class? Have you ever been intimidated by the looks of Matthew Schott? If yes to either of these questions, then this video is for you. In this short (and funny) informational video, you will learn about our publications classes and why the students of FHC lov...

Connor Crites: My favorite photo

Connor Crites: My favorite photo

Connor Crites, Video Editor

December 25, 2017

This is my favorite photo of the year because of how rare this event was. A week beforehand I had to purchase a solar filter, so my camera wouldn't break when I pointed it at the sun, and I managed to buy the last one in stock at the store. On the day of the eclipse, I set up a tripod and pointed it...

First tri-meet of the season

First tri-meet of the season

Connor Crites, Video Editor

December 7, 2017

Our FHC girls had a modest start to the swim season, facing Fort Zumwalt West and Liberty in their first tri-meet. Although they got third place, the girls were happy just to compete.   "It was the first meet of the season," said Corrina Trimble. "We got to see a base level on how we were d...

JV barely scrapes out a win

JV barely scrapes out a win

Connor Crites, Video Editor

October 9, 2017

For our JV girls volleyball team, it was a tough match-up against Troy. Early in the game, Spartans were at a loss by almost ten points. Both matches ending in the Spartan's favor, with Troy trailing by just a few points. Earlier in the year, the JV girls faced off against Troy and ended up destroying...

A great start to the Homecoming weekend

A great start to the Homecoming weekend

Connor Crites, Video Editor

October 2, 2017

Following tradition, Central opened up the homecoming weekend with the annual homecoming parade. Although there weren't as many floats as years prior, the excitement was bigger than ever. With most every club and sport participating, there was no lack of candy or school spirit. An occurring theme...

The solar eclipse, explained by a physics teacher

The solar eclipse, explained by a physics teacher

Connor Crites, Video Edior

September 11, 2017

On August 21, the United States witnessed a solar eclipse. Only those in the path of totality really witnessed this rare event. For us at Central, we got about 45 seconds of totality: when the moon completely blocks out the sun, resulting in complete darkness. Mr. Ryan McCoy,  physics teacher, ...

Senior Award Night 2017

Dr. Arnel speaks at Senior Awards Night. The seniors have worked hard the past four years to be recognized at this ceremony.

Connor Crites, Staff Photographer

May 19, 2017

Dr. Arnel spoke at Senior Awards Night, on Thursday, May 11. The seniors have worked hard the past four years to be recognized at this ceremony. Thousands of dollars in awards were given out, and many students recognized for their excellence.

Tennis turmoil

A crushing loss.

Connor Crites, Staff Photographer

April 24, 2017

Varsity and JV boys tennis faced off against Fort Zumwalt South on Wed., April 12. They knew it would be a tough match-up; Zumwalt's doubles team is first in the region. Despite this fact, they had a close loss of 4-5. "We lost in a tie breaker," James Bamberger said, "but we're getting a lot be...

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