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Chess Club Takes Over JAG B

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Checkmate! At the start of the school year newly hired basketball coach, Ryan Hintz, introduced chess club. Chess Club is played everyday during session B of JAG as a fun way to relax with friends and challenge your skills. To be in chess club it does not matter if you ave been playing for ten years or ten seconds, everyone is welcome!

Checkmate! At the start of the school year newly hired basketball coach, Ryan Hintz, introduced chess club. Chess Club is played everyday during session B of JAG as a fun way to relax with friends and challenge your skills. To be in chess club it does not matter if you ave been playing for ten years or ten seconds, everyone is welcome!

Zoey Greenberg

Zoey Greenberg

Checkmate! At the start of the school year newly hired basketball coach, Ryan Hintz, introduced chess club. Chess Club is played everyday during session B of JAG as a fun way to relax with friends and challenge your skills. To be in chess club it does not matter if you ave been playing for ten years or ten seconds, everyone is welcome!

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Checkmate! At the start of the school year newly hired basketball coach, Ryan Hintz, introduced chess club. Chess Club is played everyday during session B of JAG as a fun way to relax with friends and challenge your skills. To be in chess club it does not matter if you ave been playing for ten years or ten seconds, everyone is welcome!

 

Zoey Greeenberg
How to not get put in check. Sophomore Molly Foster contemplates where her next move will be while her opponent takes their turn. Molly is trying to find any possible way to make sure her king is out of range of any of her opponents pieces while attempting to capture their king.

 

Sydney Holsinger
Once you move there is no going back! Junior Zech Williams looks at his opponent with concern knowing he had made a rookie mistake. Zech is hopeful his next move steer the course of the game in his favor.

 

Zoey Greenberg
The one piece you forgot to check! Sophomore Neva Longhofer looks at her board in disbelief as her opponent Aubrey Biesenthal dispels a promising attack. Neva and Aubrey are two chess club regulars and have both seen improvement in their chess skills as the years progressed.

 

Zoey Greenberg
Is this the right move? A freshman chess club regular contemplates if moving that piece was the right move. In chess club once your finger comes off a piece after moving it, it is considered stuck and it is the opponents turn.

 

Zoey Greenberg
One wrong move and it is over! Sophomore Tyler Sinclair thinks deeply about where to make his next move during Chess Club in coach Hintz’s room.

 

Zoey Greenberg
Pictured is two sophomores enjoying their time during JAG learning how to play chess. Chess Club is a great way to hang out with friends and challenge who is statically smarter.

 

Zoey Greenberg
Don’t get caught not paying attention. Sophomore Ryan contemplates his options carefully before picking a peice to move. While playing Chess Club during JAG you are given as much time as needed but once a piece is moved it is stuck there until your next move…that is if you have another move.

 

Zoey Greenberg
Packed in shoulder to shoulder. A table of chess mats are lined up and kids squish together in order to get a game in during JAG. After opening up the club Coach Hintz had to order more mats to accommodate for the increase in students wanting to learn how to play chess.

 

Zoey Greenberg
Teamwork makes the dream work. Two freshman girls work together to find the perfect next move but do not let Coach Hintz see. “No coaching” he will say in order to make people learn on their own.

 

Sydney Holsinger
Check! Junior Matt Ronnebaum along with two other juniors contemplate their next moves carefully. Chess club has a wide array of students and some teachers who come and participate.

 

Zoey Greenberg
When your perfect plan gets foiled! Sophomore Omar Staley sits watching and waiting as his opponent take his turn. Omar is a regular member of chess club and enjoys spending his JAG playing new people.

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