The Purple Tide

Harassment in Sports Continues

Terra Nagai, Assistant Sports Editor

November 14, 2019

Whether played for the fun of it or for a competitive team, sports impact the lives of athletes and fans in meaningful ways. However, recent actions of fans have begun to impact the games and athletes themselves. A crucial shot miss...

There’s “snow” place like home: a winter wonderland of activities

Taruni Addanki, copy editor

January 11, 2019

The excitement of making memories while doing what one loves is almost indescribable; during this time of the year, winter activities play a prominent role in contributing to the holiday spirit in the community. Although it c...

Girls’ fall sports make history

Katie Carita, design editor

January 11, 2019

Girls’ sports dominated the competition this fall, with all four teams, including cheerleading, cross country, field hockey and volleyball, making it to their respective state tournaments and many earning district, regional...

Boys’ basketball shoots for a spot in playoffs

Chris W. Longino, staff writer

December 21, 2018

The varsity boys' basketball team this year has a different dynamic than previous years. Already, coaches and players are rallying together, pushing to qualify for playoffs. “We are going to have a lot of energy going into this season,...

Head football coach brings passion to his dream job

Chris W. Longino, staff writer

November 28, 2018

Sean Curry is more than a football coach; he is a family man, a teacher and a Chantilly alumnus who has been bleeding purple his entire life. His passion for the Chantilly community began when he started playing football as ...