Spring sports suspended due to COVID-19

By Camryn Payne  As many of you know, we are currently living in a pandemic that has put the sports world at a standstill. Many professional leagues like the NBA and NHL have suspended play due to the fear of spreading COVID-19, while the NCAA decided to cancel all spring athletics and the remainder of…

Brady says goodbye NE, hello Tampa Bay

By Camryn Payne On March 17, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady made a shocking announcement. The forty-two-year-old announced that he would not be re-signing with the Patriots. That meant for the first time in his twenty-year career, Brady would become an unrestricted free agent. This sent shock waves through the NFL as it seemed…

Men’s Golf Looks Forward to Another Season

Camryn Payne The men’s golf team hasn’t started their season yet, but players have begun to prepare for the team’s upcoming tryouts on Monday, March 11 and for the season ahead. On Thursday, March 7 a few players utilized Central’s golf room to improve their game. Players worked on their swing, tried out different wedge…

Red Gerard: Youngest snowboarding gold medalist

By: Katie Percha The 2018 Winter Olympics are in full swing, and this year’s games are as eventful and historic as ever. From the unified Korean team to the historic landing of the triple axel by the first ever American woman, PyeongChang is witness to events that will never be forgotten, including the slopestyle run…

Highschool teacher becomes greatest coach of 2018

The Men’s soccer team had an amazing season this year. The boys were led by a fantastic coach, Social Studies teacher Joel Sharpe. It wasn’t just the team that thought so, though.  The Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) took notice and named Sharpe Coach of the Year for Division I. “Sharpe is a coach…