Championship rings to be presented Friday

By Kaylee Harwood

The 2016 Concordia Football team has made school history this year and has won the Indiana Class 3A Football Title. Along with the state title comes state rings for all of the players and those associated with the football team. Continue reading “Championship rings to be presented Friday”

Standing with Intention: How Cadet Cross Country Boy’s Achieved History for the School

Being named the 13th best team in the state last season didn’t meet the satisfaction of the Concordia boys cross country team, and 2015 SAC title made them that much more hungry.

By: Kami Rieck

Being named the 13th best team in the state last season didn’t meet the satisfaction of the Concordia boys cross country team, and 2015 SAC title made them that much more hungry.

The cross country team didn’t seem to lose its momentum going into this season, despite losing six seniors. Instead, they actually seemed to have higher aspirations than any other previous cross country team at Concordia.

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Oxygen Is Overrated: CLHS Swim Team takes 2nd place at SAC

By Mikayla Baumgarte

On Jan. 14, the Concordia Lutheran High School boy’s and girl’s swim teams got 2nd at SAC. This first time in five years for the girls and six years for the boys that they have placed this high. CLHS swam against seven other schools, including Snider, Bishop Dwenger, Bishop Luers, Wayne, North Side, South Side and Northrop.

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Attack of The Wave: Thoms takes charge of basketball program

By Aleana Branigan

Concordia Lutheran High School 2006 alum Austin Thoms plans to make a splash this year as the head basketball coach and the director of annual giving. The Wave was a former nickname for Thoms given to him by his classmates based upon his middle name, Waverly. Continue reading “Attack of The Wave: Thoms takes charge of basketball program”