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Susud Named Boys Volleyball Coach

The Athletic Department is pleased to announce that Michelle Susud has been named the next Head Coach in the Covenant Boys Volleyball program. Michelle is an avid athlete and received a full ride to play college volleyball and also played one year of college soccer. As an all-conference and academic all-conference volleyball setter, she once

Boys Freshman Basketball City Tournament Draw Released

The Boys Freshman Basketball City Tournament bracket was determined this morning in the monthly City Athletic Director’s meeting.  The bracket, which will include 12 teams, is determined by a blind draw, and will be played on February 18-22. 2020 Boys Freshman Basketball City Tournament bracket. CCHS drew a first round bye and will host the

The Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling January Athlete of the Month is…

It’s time to recognize the Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling January Athletes of the Month! Congratulations to Sania Borom from Covenant Christian HS and Jared Hutchek from Speedway HS. Want to nominate an athlete for your school next month? Click here to do so! Sania Borom – Basketball – Covenant Christian HS Sania has really

Ludlow, Douglas Selected to the All-Tournament Team

The directors of the Girls Basketball City Tournament released the selection of the All-Tournament Team from this year’s Tournament yesterday.  CCHS was represented by two out of the twelve players selected, Sophomore Samara Douglas and Junior Bonnie Lew Ludlow.  All-Tournament Team selections are based on coach nominations from each game, and then a selection panel

Boys Basketball Rebounds for Weekend Split

The Boys Basketball team (11-6, 4-1) rebounded with a win at Shortridge HS on Saturday night, downing the Blue Devils 72-57, to earn a split of their two games over the weekend. The defensive effort was better on Saturday than the Warriors’ 50-47 loss at home to Providence Cristo Rey on Friday night, leading to

Turnovers and Shooting Woes Cost BBB

The Boys Basketball team (10-6, 4-1) had a rough night on Friday, letting a 50-47 game slip through their fingers, as the Warriors fell to Providence Cristo Rey HS. The shooting struggles started early for CCHS, as they had difficulty to get shots to fall in the first quarter against the Wolves’ zone defense.  That

GBB Rallies to Close Out Regular Season With OT Win

The Girls Basketball team (15-8, 2-3) closed out their regular season last night with a Senior Night celebration and an overtime thriller, downing Bethesda Christian, 66-60.  The game closed out a tripleheader night on Andrew Smith Court, a night of very intense contests.  The JV Boys pulled away from a 2-point halftime lead for a

Fink Wins Two Events at Schools Without Pools

Senior Dawson Fink won two events at the Schools Without Pools last night, winning both the 50 Freestyle and the 100 Freestyle events.  Fink’s time in the 50 Free was :22.50, while his 100 Free time was :50.70. The Boys team was a walking wounded unit for their meet last night, as two of the

Don’t Forget to Vote for the Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling January Athlete of the Month

You only have two more days to vote for the Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling January Athlete of the Month. Cast your vote before voting closes Friday, January 31 at 11:59PM. Click here to vote now and share the link below with your friends and family. Sharable Link: Below are the nominees: Boys: Jared

IHSAA Releases GBB State Tournament Draw

The Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) released the draw for the 45th Annual Girls Basketball State Tournament, presented by the Indiana Pacers and Indiana Fever, on Sunday evening on a live webcast on the IHSAA Champions Network.  The blind draw that includes 395 teams, was conducted with ping-pong balls today at the IHSAA Headquarters.