The Chariot

Softball Season Preview

Softball Season Preview

Patti Kubota, Staff Writer

April 17, 2019

An Unforgettable Match

An Unforgettable Match

Tracy Cabej, Design Editor, In-Depth Editor

March 12, 2019

On Jan. 5, the JV wrestlers traveled to Bishop Foley Catholic High School for an individual tournament. That is where sophomore Sofie Chong was brought down to the ground by an illegal move made by her opponent. This resulted in an injury causing her to lose some of her memory. Chong stated that she...

Athlete of the Month

Athlete of the Month

Vanita Seed, Staff Writer

February 19, 2019

Q: What do you love about volleyball? I like the fact that anyone can play. You don’t have to be tall or short or fast. You just have to work hard and be dedicated. That’s what I love. I could play with all my friends.   Q: Favorite thing about the sport? I like how passionate people can get about it...

Super Bowl Traditions

Super Bowl Traditions

Cole Mertz, Source Editor

February 3, 2019

The Super Bowl captivates millions of Americans every year, bringing in massive viewership. The eight most viewed broadcasts in the United States are all claimed by football’s biggest stage, capping out at 114.4 million in viewership. Only three other events crack the top 20. What makes these numb...

Balancing into a New Season

Balancing into a New Season

Vivienne Francois, Staff Writer

December 2, 2018

People every day are in a cycle without realizing it. For senior Madison Zagacki, there are variables composed together that make her go to gymnastics practice bidaily. One of the reasons is her teammates, to her they always make her laugh even when practices are hard and push her to her full capabi...

Kicking in Pain

Kicking in Pain

Olivia Perron, Graphics Team, Feature, Business Editor

October 30, 2018

Ankle sprains and head pains, broken feet and surgeries have been the foreground for a few boys on the varsity soccer team. Senior Nick Armin, junior Nathan Morey and sophomore Andrew Howard have all experienced these injuries first hand. Armin has played soccer for 12 years. During a game this season,...

Hear Them Roar

Hear Them Roar

Cole Mertz, Source Editor

October 30, 2018

The Detroit Lions hired a new head coach, Matt Patricia, who has opened the season with a 3-4 record. Patricia was the Defensive Coordinator for the New England Patriots before coming to Detroit over the summer. While in New England he helped secure three Super Bowl titles. However, fans feel this experience...

Team Traditions: Inside the Activities that Make Athletes Closer

Team Traditions: Inside the Activities that Make Athletes Closer

Vivienne Francois, Staff Writer

October 30, 2018

The boys water polo and girls golf teams have become very close over the course of the season, and that can be attributed to their bonding activities throughout the season. The girls golf team keeps traditions to stay close and get to know each other. "We have team bonding every year where we usuall...

A Night of Troy High Athletics

A Night of Troy High Athletics

Jack Stromberg, Photo Editor

October 19, 2018

Dance Team’s Digits Double

Samantha Fisher, Web Editor

September 18, 2018

This year, the dance team has seen a rise in its numbers for the 2018-2019 season. With nine dancers last year and 17 this year, the team is looking forward to a positive change in routine. Despite not having as many dancers within the past few years, the team’s coach, Amy Barnhart, is looking forward...

A Renewed Spirit: The Colts Win Against Stoney Creek, 27-21

A Renewed Spirit: The Colts Win Against Stoney Creek, 27-21

Gabrielle Francois, Editor-In-Chief

September 2, 2018

The football team pulled through for their first win Thursday, Aug. 30 against Stoney Creek with a final score of 27-21. While approaching halftime, some may say there was not much hope for the Colts with a score of 0-21, but things started to pick up after a 95-yard touchdown made by senior, Quest Bigelow. ...

Boys, Girls Cross Country Teams Place in the First Meet of the Season

Boys, Girls Cross Country Teams Place in the First Meet of the Season

Annie Smuts, Editor-In-Chief

September 1, 2018

The boys and girls cross country teams placed second and fourth respectively in the Golden Grizzlies Invite on Aug. 31. The Golden Grizzlies invite is a four-kilometer race hosted annually by Oakland University to begin the cross country season. Seniors Lauren Fulcher and Donald O'Keefe finished first...