Nicole Weaving

Stories from Nicole Weaving

Friday, April 8th, 2016
April 1st came around, commencing the start of Spring Sports. There was rain predicted that day, but it held off until most of the 4pm games were finished. Now, it is April 8th the last day before Spring Break, the first day of 4th Marking Period and it feels like it hasn’t stopped raining. Spring Sports are also in full swing, so let’s see how they have been doing so far.
Sunday, February 21st, 2016

One of our most talked about sports this winter is the Boys Basketball team. They boys had been perfect until they fell to Linden, a powerful opponent. Although this was heartbreaking at the time, the team continues to strive for greatness. They record as of February 19th is 22-1, an incredible achievement.
Wednesday, February 17th, 2016
Nicholas Tarabokia with younger brother, Ryan Tarabokia, and Spencer Jacovini were suited up in their Chatham basketball jerseys. They warmed up and joined the huddle, feeling prepared for the match that lay ahead against West Morris Central. These names probably don’t sound familiar, especially not part of the well-known roster of our CHS Boys Basketball Team. However, that night, these 3 boys became honorary members.
Wednesday, January 6th, 2016

Some students play sports all through high school for pure enjoyment. Others play because they have a bright future ahead playing in college. On November 11, Chatham High School hosted the National Letter of Intent (NLI) Signing Day.

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015

Even though the weather is trying to trick us with its sunny and not so freezing days, we have to accept that winter is coming. This change of season marks the beginning of winter sports. However, we can’t disregard that our Chatham Football team, which has been turning the town upside down, is still competing. Before we pick up our hockey sticks and jump in the pool, let’s recap this past fall season for all our sports teams in Chatham.

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015

It all started with 8 seconds left in the 4th quarter, away at Randolph. Starting quarterback Alex Sands had gotten injured, so Junior Timmy Adams stepped up to take his place. The unforgettable scramble and pass to wide receiver Robbie Moskowitz sealed the deal on Chatham’s first win of the season. From that moment on, the Chatham Football team has had insane momentum.

Monday, November 2nd, 2015

If you asked your parents about Powder Puff, they would know what it is. If you asked your teachers about Powder Puff, they would say how it helped bring their high school together back in the day. If you asked friends from other schools about Powder Puff, they would say they play in it now. Then, why has Chatham never had such a spirited event? Well this year, that is going to change.

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015
When February rolls around each year, students expect their teachers to start making recommendations for the following year. What runs through the heads of most is, "How can I start thinking about next year if am only halfway through this one. It must include challenges, but not so many to the point where your life revolves solely around school.
Monday, February 2nd, 2015
Even though they seem to be the low men on the totem pole because they are the youngest, freshmen athletes have been making a big impact on different sports team each year. Last year, it was Scarlett Blydenburgh winning practically every match she could for girl's tennis, and Timmy Adams vamping up special teams for football, among others who made contributions to multiple different teams.
Wednesday, December 17th, 2014
The holiday spirit has begun to surface through CHS, as seen with the festive attire that has recently appeared and the constant desire to sing or listen to a Christmas song (most likely “All I want for Christmas is You”). However, before we leave for break, one cannot forget about our own school’s somewhat holiday tradition, the Poetry Festival.
Tuesday, November 25th, 2014
This past weekend, Chatham High School held its annual fall play featuring two one-act plays, Firebirds and Snow Angels.
Thursday, October 2nd, 2014

September is usually associated with negative feelings of summer coming to an end, having to go back to school and the weather starting to get colder. For many athletes though, the end of their summer has been spent training for this coming fall season. As this first month of school starts to come to a close, it is important to take a look at all the good that has happened this past month in the sports world at Chatham High School.

Wednesday, May 7th, 2014
Considering that the spring season started with snow on the ground, the spring sports teams have come a long way to finally be able to play in shorts and a t-shirt. Now that it is the end of April, it is a good time to catch up with each boys' team and see how their seasons are going up to this point.
Tuesday, May 6th, 2014

Considering the spring season started with snow on the ground, the teams have come a long way to finally be able to play in shorts and a t-shirt. Now that it is the end of April, it is a good time to catch up with each girls' spring team and see how their seasons are going up to this point.

Wednesday, March 19th, 2014
The temperature is slowly rising and the snow is finally starting to melt, which means that winter sports seasons are coming to a close. People are trading hockey sticks for lacrosse sticks, basketball sneakers for cleats, and heading out to the baseball field rather than staying in the pool.
Saturday, February 15th, 2014
There’s only one proper response to the mounds, mountains, and glaciers of snow surrounding Chatham lately – skiing!
Monday, February 10th, 2014
As crazy as the weather is here in Chatham, the CHS sports teams are just as intense and exciting.
Tuesday, December 17th, 2013
As the cold weather brought snow and ice to the Chatham Area, the end of November brought the beginning of the Winter Sport season. Players started lacing up their basketball shoes, polishing their bowling balls, finding lots of warm layers, cleaning their favorite pair of goggles, and conditioning to prepare for the upcoming season. Here is a preview of what CHS can expect this winter.
Wednesday, November 6th, 2013
When students hear "fall play", they might think of droning Shakespeare monologues or a lack of singing and dancing. This year, however, that is certainly not the case.