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The Wolf Howl

The Student News Site of Chandler High School

The Wolf Howl

Wrapping Up Fall Sports

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Asia Cruz

The semester is quickly closing thus means fall sports are wrapping up. Through the highs, lows, and upside-downs, CHS fall sports have once again, surprised us all. With regular seasons concluding, here’s what you need to know about the fall seasons:

Football started their season off to a tremendous start winning every game against schools like Perry High School, Queen Creek High School, and Highland High School. CHS had 203 total passing completions, 2734 total receiving yards, and 1651 total rushing yards. The Battle for Arizona Avenue, as always, was an important game for Chandler High and Hamilton High. Although given all their efforts, the Wolves could not take a win; the close battle ended at 21-14. Nevertheless, the season is not over, so expect to see our Wolves in the championship game and reclaim their number one spot in the state.

Girls Volleyball pushed hard this season with many wins and losses all throughout, playing against schools like Perry High School, Westwood High School, and South Mountain High School. The girls made 111 total kills, 29 total serving aces, and 159 digs. By the end of their season, the overall record stands at 12-19. We wish the ladies much luck for next year’s season.

Swim and Dive had lots of greats this season. Some of the first place swimmers: Hunter Helston in the 50 free, 100 free, and 100 back; his fastest time being 00:21.60 in the 50 free. Ian Hirota in the 200 individual medley with a time of 1:56.89. Kaylah Yazzie won first place in the 100 back, 100 fly, and 200 free. Fans are excited to see the swimmers cutting through next year.

Badminton fought hard this year; unfortunately, they were unable to make the best turnout in the end. Their overall record by the end of the season was 2-11. However, the team made their way from ranked number 25 to number 18 in the state.

Cross Country finished very strong in the AIA Cross Country Championships, ending their season ranked number 8 in the state with a score of 213, team time of 1:47:52, and an average mile of 6.57.

The completion of fall sports leaves an open door for winter sports to come in, to also surprise us all.

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About the Contributor
Asia Cruz, Sports Editor
Asia Cruz is the 2021 - 2022 Sports Editor. She is passionate about sports editing and photography -- many of the photos on our website are hers! Asia has been part of the newspaper since 2019 and is graduating in the 2022 school year.