Sports and clubs in full swing at CHS

Tony Xie

Tony Xie


Carson High’s fall sports are now in full swing! Starting it off with Monday, volleyball will steal the main stage as they take on Bishop Manogue, here at 6 p.m. Tuesday, the boys tennis team will take on our rival Douglas Tigers at home at 3 p.m.

The girls will be challenging the Tigers at their place at 3 p.m. The girls soccer team will be taking the Lancers of McQueen that same night, at home, at 7 p.m.

Wednesday is the CHS club fair! We have lots of great clubs at Carson High, and the club fair is a great place to take the first step in joining a new club. That same night at 7 p.m. the boys soccer team will be taking on the Lancers, at home.

Thursday is another guys and girls tennis duo, as the guys will continue their home stand and play Wooster at 3 p.m., while the girls travel. Friday night, the football team will be dressed in their new snazzy blue uniforms as they take on the North Valleys Panthers. Saturday, the soccer girls will be at Damonte Ranch. Boys will follow. For a detailed list of all activities check out the CHS calendar at

— Submitted by Kyle Kunz, public relations officer


Capital Ford is again doing a Drive 4UR school event at CHS with volleyball and SkillsUSA on Saturday in the CHS north parking lot.

Test drives begin at 9 a.m. and last until we have 300 drives. Capital Ford has been so great and supportive of many programs throughout the years. We would love to invite you out to come support our programs and come do a quick five-minute test drive. Contact a SkillsUSA member or volleyball player for more information.


FBLA will be holding the Senator Yard Sale on the north lawn of the high school, near the football field 8 a.m.-noon Saturday. If you want to support your favorite CHS teams, we have lots of sweatshirts, T-shirts and other senator apparel that are slightly used.


Thank you to everybody who applied to become a new member. The list of accepted applicants will be posted by Wednesday in Mrs. Glenn’s room, 224. The induction ceremony will be Sept. 23 in the big gym. Gov. Brian Sandoval is scheduled to be the keynote speaker.

Attendance for all NHS members is mandatory. Attire is professional. Parents and family are invited. We will serve refreshments shortly after the ceremony. Please contact Mrs. Glenn for further information at


Introducing Warren Miller Entertainment’s highly anticipated 64th film, “Ticket to Ride” on Dec. 13 at the Carson City Community Center. The newest installment of the legendary film series takes ski fans on an action-packed journey to some of the world’s most exotic destinations in the world. Stay tuned for details from the CHS Ski Team.


Dave Bisson is the new NJROTC instructor at CHS. He moved to Carson City from San Diego when he retired from the Navy that he served in for more than 30 years. Cmdr. Bisson is the adviser and instructor for Drill Team, Rifle Team, Orienteering Team of the NJROTC program. When not in the classroom, Bisson enjoys most outdoor activities of snow shoeing, hiking, kayaking, running, fishing, and hunting. Welcome to CHS Commander Bisson.


This week’s spotlighted senior is Tony Xie. He has a weighted grade-point average of 4.7. Tony is the treasurer for Health Occupations Students of America, and is also on the varsity cross country team.

He has played piano for 11 years, and participates in competitions for piano. He has also been in the regional honor band for three years where he plays the saxophone. Tony plans to apply to Northwestern University, Brown University, Berkeley, Stanford and the University of Nevada, Reno. He would like to major in biology or chemistry, and then enroll in medical school.

Tony is an exemplary student and a great asset to Carson High School.

Angila Golik is a government teacher at Carson High School and also a member of Senator Pride.


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