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Student achievement in academics and extracurriculars

5-31-18

Please congratulate Courtney Morgan and Cole Pond for passing the Microsoft Office Specialists (MOS) certification for Excel. They are also certified in Word and PowerPoint.

 

5-25-18

Please congratulate Nicole Franzen, David Goodwin, Mason Thacker, and Helen Wang  for passing the Microsoft Office Specialists (MOS) certification for Excel. They are also certified in Word and PowerPoint.

 

5-21-18

Boys:

The boys finished their season Saturday in the State Track and Field meet at the University of Kentucky. The meet was highlighted by Christian Slone's 10th place finish in the 1600, setting a new personal best. Congratulations to all the Camel athletes who qualified and competed at state!

Girls:

The 4x800 of Sidney, Grace K., Grace M., and Kayla attacked each and every meter of the track to bring home the state runner-up medals and post a season best time. This is the closest we've been to the school record since it was set (8 years ago!).  Kayla Kavanaugh in the 800 and Laney Weinberg in the high jump both just missed scoring with hard-fought 9th place finishes and season best performances. Sidney Reagor and Allie Franzen both pounded through the hardest rain of the day in the 3200 meter run and drove in 11th and 12th place finishes. This achieved career Personal Bests for both.

KHSAA State Tennis:

Anderson McDowell went to the 3rd round of the tournament. The doubles team of Chris Fox/Mason Neises and singles player Natalie Smith went to the second round.

 

 

5-18-18

Congratulations to Cole Pond for passing the Microsoft Office Specialists (MOS) certification for PowerPoint!  Haley Windgassen passed the Microsoft Office Specialists (MOS) certification for Excel. Haley also has Word and PowerPoint.

Please congratulate Corey Rauch and Aaron Smith for passing the Microsoft Office Specialists (MOS) certification for Excel. They are also certified in Word and PowerPoint.

 

5-14-18

Please congratulate Taylor Arnold for passing the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification for Excel. She is also certified in Word and PowerPoint.

Congratulations to these seven members of the boys track team who qualified for state:

Owen Ponting – 110 Meter Hurdles

Christian Slone – 1600 Meters

Wesley Barth – Discus

Brady Singleton – Long Jump

Philip Waymeyer – Triple Jump

Preston Agee – High Jump

Cooper Ackerson – High Jump

Congratulations to the following Track athletes who qualified for state at Regional this weekend:

First Place:

4x800 meter relay: Sidney Reagor, Grace Meiser, Grace Kramer, Kayla Kavanaugh

Kayla Kavanaugh in the 800 Meter Run.

Second Place:

Grace Kramer in the 400 meter Dash

Grace Meiser in the 800 meter Run

Sidney Reagor in the 1600 and 3200

4x400 Meter Relay Grace Meiser, Laney Weinberg, Kayla Kavanaugh, Grace Kramer

Third Place:

Allie Franzen in the 3200

Laney Weinberg in Triple Jump

Also qualifying based on performance was Laney Weinberg- High Jump

Congratulations to all these Lady Camels and Good luck at state next weekend!

 

5-9-18

Please congratulate Joel Day and Haley Windgassen for passing the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification for PowerPoint!

 

5-8-18

The Boys track team placed 5th at the Scott Classic. Meet highlights were C Slone in the 3200 (10:10) and Connor Geiman in Discus (134'). Boys freshman won the NKY Freshman Regional. Bright future for Camels.

 

Regional semifinalists/State Qualifiers:

Boys Singles:

Anderson McDowell

Luke Williams

Girls Singles:

Natalie Smith

Boys Doubles:

Chris Fox/Mason Neises

 

In our last varsity regular season contest, we had decent weather for a change and faced some solid competition. Overall the girls took 2nd place and had 13 season best performances.

 

5-2-18

Congratulations to the 2018-19 Book & Media Club officers!
President- Elizabeth Watson
Vice President- Michael Jones
Hospitality- Stephen Life
Parliamentarian- Joey Griffin-Ayers
Gaming Coordinators- Jared Schultz & Ryan Strange
Public Relations- Seth Hensley

The boys and girls tennis Camels finished their regular season last night. Some of the season highlights include:

Anderson McDowell posting a 15-1 record

Luke Williams going 12-5, including an impressive win vs. Cov. Cath

Natalie Smith going 9-6 for the season

Dylan Boling finishing his career with two impressive wins

Paxton Glenn posting a 10-2 record for the season

The boys doubles teams of Chris Fox/Mason Neises going 10-6 for the season, and Noah Bertsch/Nick Wittrock going 12-3 for the season.

Both teams head into post season play this weekend. Please wish them luck!!!

 

4-19-18

FBLA State Performances!

Derek Ramsey, Nick Bellm, Nolan Neiser, and Brady Venneman made finals in Parliamentary Procedure

Mason Thacker placed 2nd in Future Business Leader

Blake Weimer placed 2nd in Business Communications

Blake Clark, Jake Frisch, and Aaron Smith placed 2nd in Mobile Application Development

 

4-16-18

The Lady Camels once again dropped over 45 Season best performances to vault the team into 2nd place overall.

1st Place finishes:

4x800-Reagor, Franzen, Kramer, Kavanaugh,

3200 meter run- Sidney Reagor

Triple Jump-Lainey Weinberg

2nd place finishes:

Long Jump- Lainey Weinberg

3rd place finishes:

400 meter dash- Grace Kramer

800 meter Run-Kayla Kavanaugh

1600 meter Run-Sidney Reagor

4x400-Kramer, Meiser, Kavanaugh, Moloney

High Jump-Lainey Weinberg

 

The boys track team placed 5th overall out of 18 teams in the Donnie Carnes Memorial Invitational.

The following boys placed in the top 3 in competition.

4x100  2nd  (Singleton, Combs, Strange, Kersey)

High Jump   3rd     Camden lacy

Long Jump   2nd   Brady Singleton

Discus    3rd   Connor Geiman

 

4-11-18

Please help me in congratulating Jessie Kuebbing for winning 2nd place in the All-State Art Awards for her Fashion Design piece. Jessie’s ball gown is made completely of paper and is fully wearable.

Winning dress

 

4-9-18

This weekend the National Association of Teachers Of Singing Mid South Regional Competition was held at NKU. Ezra Crist placed second in the classical high school voice category and third in high school musical theater. This competition consisted of over 300 students from across KY, southeast Indiana and northern Tennessee. CONGRATULATIONS, Ezra!!

 

3-12-18

Please congratulate Courtney Morgan, Corey Rauch, and Helen Wang for passing the MOS certification for PowerPoint today!

 

The Northern Region Art Awards Competition was held this weekend.

Out of CCHS's 17 entries, 14 earned recognition.  

Jessie Keubbing -- 1st place - Fashion Design -- will move onto the All-State competition

Ashlyn Hill -- 2nd place -- Fashion Design

Casey Rauch -- 2nd place -- Graphic Design

Tabitha Phelps -- 3rd place -- Photography

Kylie Ward -- honorable mention (HM) - Photography

Audrey Rowland -- HM - Ceramics

Haley Wilkens -- HM - Ceramics

Clohe Bischoff -- HM -- Sculpture

Alyssa Ramey -- HM -- Sculpture

Shane Gilbert -- HM -- Sculpture

Erica Guevara -- HM -- Ceramics

Hailey Palladino -- HM -- Ceramics

Katie Mitchell -- HM -- Video/Film

Nathan Joyner -- HM -- Video/Film

 

 

3-8-18

FBLA Regional Winners

2018

 

Student(s)

Event

Place

Justin Carroll, Reid Jolly, & Gavin Peters

3D Animation

1st

Alex Schuchter

Accounting II

2nd

Jake Chamberlin

Agribusiness

2nd

Chris Fox, Ryan Simington, & Haley Windgassen

American Enterprise Project

1st

Danni Ray Buckler

Business Communication

1st

Sydney Fillhardt  Natalie Evans

Community Service Project

2nd

Mark Broering

Computer Problem Solving

3rd

Corey Rauch

Cyber Security

3rd

Sydney Fillhardt, McKinlee Miller, & Haley Windgassen

Digital Video Production

2nd

Taylor Newman & Natalie Evans

E-Business

1st

Blake Weimer

Economics

1st

Mason Thacker

Future Business Leader

1st

Allison Hedrick

Insurance & Risk Management

2nd

Emily Clark

Intro to Business Procedures

3rd

Alyssa Baker

Intro to FBLA

3rd

Madison Turner

Intro to Financial Math

3rd

Lucas Pfum

Intro to Information Technology

1st

Dane Hegyi

Intro to Parliamentary Procedures

3rd

Danni Ray Buckler, Nicole Franzen & Mason Thacker

Local Annual Business Report

1st

Taylor Arnold & Lexi Slusser

Name Tag

1st

Danni Ray Buckler, Nicole Franzen & Mason Thacker

Newsletter

1st

Logan Harrod & Brooke Hegyi

Scrapbook

3rd

Mallory Busam, Abi Geiman, & Ansley Trunick

Management Information Systems

1st

Blake Clark, Jake Frisch, & Aaron Smith

Mobile Application Development

1st

Brooke Roberts

Networking Concepts

2nd

Nick Bellm, Nolan Neiser, Derek Ramsey, & Brady Venneman

Parliamentary Procedure

1st

Sophie Smith & Marian Tiemeier

Publication Design

3rd

Grady Combs

Securities & Investments

2nd

Paula Reyes

Spreadsheet Applications

2nd

Ashley Chasteen, Chris Fox, & Ryan Simington

Website Design

3rd

Amanda Honaker

Word Processing

2nd

 

Danni Ray Buckler also won the Ann Visnic Scholarship.

Mason Thacker also won Who’s Who in FBLA, the Region 4 and the Eugene H. Smith Scholarships.

Our chapter won 2nd Place for Largest Chapter Membership and first place for Largest Chapter Membership

Increase in the Large Division.

Jesse Herald who works with our chapter was selected as the Outstanding Business Person.

Pam Hamons was selected as the Most Outstanding Adviser for Region 4.

Nicole Franzen was elected as the 2018-2019 Regional Reporter and Derek Ramsey was elected as the 2018-2019 Regional Parliamentarian.

 

2-26-18

This past Saturday, the Traditional African American Spiritual Voice Competition was held at Bellarmine University.  Our own Sarah Moser and Ezra Crist placed in this competition.  Sarah placed 3rd and received $150.  Ezra Crist received honorable mention.

 

Congratulations to the following who placed at the KHSAA Swim/Drive Meet.

Abbie Loesch placed 7th in the 500 free.  Also Abbie broke the school record in the 500 free with a time of 5:06.60.

Marian Tiemeier place 3rd in Diving

 

2-13-18

Congratulations Marian Tiemeier on placing 1st at regionals. Her final score was 513.05 which is a new School record. With placing 1st she automatically qualifies for the KHSAA State Diving meet.

Congratulations to the following swimmers/divers who qualified for the KHSAA State Swim/Dive Meet at Louisville – February 22-24

Girls Medley Relay (Paige Hedger, Anna Morris, Abbie Loesch, Grace Meiser)

Abbie Loesch in the 200 and 500 Free

Paige Hedger in the 100 Back and 1st alternative for the 100 free

Marian Tiemeier in Diving – REGIONAL CHAMPION

Reagan Parker in Diving

Colten Stephany in be 100 Fly and 500 free

 

2-9-18

Congratulations to Kaylee Hitt and Cameron Bechtol on their performance at the KHSAA State Bowling Singles Tournament. Cameron finish 7th in state out of 32 bowlers.

Kaylee finished as the State Singles Runner-up. Both represented Campbell County well in the tournament.

 

2-8-18

Congratulations to Sarah Moser for being a top 4 finalists in the Cincinnati Overture Awards Scholarship Vocal Competition held this past Saturday!! She will sing & compete again on March 3 w/ possibility of winning up to $4k. This competition began in Jan with over 60 students from Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky.  This is the first time a CCHS student has made it to the top 4 finalists in the vocal competition.

 

1-29-18

Cameron Bechtol , Austin Hitt, Aleah Staggs, and Kaylee Hitt finished in the top four in the singles division of the regional bowling tournament. All four players will advance to compete in the KHSAA Singles State Championship on February 8th in Louisville.  Both the boys and girls bowling teams finished runner-up at the Region 5 Tournament. The Camels will now advance to compete in the KHSAA State Tournament on February 9 in Louisville.

 

12-4-17

The following students passed the MOS Certification for Word today! Please congratulate them.

Courtney Morgan

Taylor Peterson

Helen Wang

Congratulations to the CCHS Competition Cheer team for winning the Super Varsity Division 10th Region Championship.  Also, Kylie Renchen received an academic scholarship. The team will advance to the KHSAA State Cheer Championships next Saturday, December 9th, at the Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.

 

11-16-17

Congratulations to the following Cross Country athletes who made the NKYTCCCA (Northern Kentucky Track and Cross Country Coaches Association) All-Region Teams:

Girls:

First team: Sidney Reagor (Senior)

Honorable mention: Allie Franzen (11th) , Noel Slone (9th), Savannah Krift (9th)

Boys:

First team: Christian Slone (Senior)

Honorable Mention: Noah Slone (9th), Jordan Hartig (10th) , Colton Conroy (12th)

 

Also, congratulations to the following athletes who were named to the KTCCCA (Kentucky Track and Cross Country Coaches Association) All State Academic Team:

(GPAs above 3.75)

Girls:

Sidney Reagor

Allie Franzen

Noel Slone

Devan Carrigan

Savannah Krift

Sophie Loesch

Beam Kumkerd

 

Boys:

Christian Slone

Philip Waymeyer

Noah Slone

Anthony Ronnebaum

Corey Robinson

Brennan Perkins

Ethan Schwalbach

 

10-30-17

CHEER

Took first place in their division at the regional contest in Centerville and received a bid to Nationals.

 

CROSS COUNTRY

In a crazy weather day and a muddy course, the Camels responded with fire and intensity.

Knowing that times would be difficult to gauge with the conditions, we focused on place and strategy.

 

The Lady Camels timed their warm-ups perfectly and followed the plan of keeping sweats on and moving on the line to stay ready. The second part of the plan was how to attack the muddy areas of the course for maximum footing.  It paid off.  Sidney Reagor ran an incredibly smart race focusing on footing and gaining ground in key moments.  Her come-from-behind finish was solidified by a speedy hill sprint that launched her into first place and claiming the region Champion title.  This is the first time a Lady Camel has won region since Sara Hater did so in 2004.  Allie Franzen continued chipping away at the lead pack with a 16th place finish, and from that point, the ladies rolled in closely. Noel Slone was close behind in 23rd place, Savannah Krift in 30th , and Devan Carrigan in 36th.   Beam Kumkerd  was tight on that pack in 39th, and Sophie Loesch held off other competitors in 41st.  We knew we were facing a tight regional race, and it shows in our 5th place finish being only 4 points from 4th, and 6 points from 3rd.  The 5th place finish put the girls in a state qualifying position for the first time in 6 years. Way to go Ladies!

 

In the varsity boys race, we had pretty much the same plan as the ladies: warm-up well and stay warm on the line, and be smart about the muddy areas on the course.  Christian Slone once again finished as the Camels number one runner with a 6th place finish that was unchallenged.  Freshman Noah Slone inched closer to his brother this week with an 18th place finish, and Jordan Hartig pounded on his heels in 23rd. Colton Conroy finished his final regional race in 35th with a great stride and finish up the hill with Anthony Ronnebaum (36) and Brennan Perkins (39) packing it in closely and holding off some important key runners for other teams.  Corey Robinson rounded out the team in 52nd.  The Camels finished 4th overall, earning a state qualifying berth for the first time in 3 years. 

 

For the first time since 2010, we are taking both a full boys and full girls team to the state meet...what an accomplishment!  These teams have worked hard to earn these spots, and it is their attitude, dedication, and drive that has put them on the road to state!

 

 

8-31-17

Cross Country Trimble County Backwood Invitational Saturday.  

Many runners beat their goal times with help from great temps and hard work. 

The boys started the day and set the stage for some fast mile splits.  Christian Slone got out of the gate strong and maintained his 2nd place hold for the entire race. Sophomore Jordan Hartig used his year of experience and beat his time from last year's meet by over 1 minute, followed closely by Freshman Noah Slone who was just one place from an individual award.  Freshman Adam Ruschman established himself as a competitor for a position in the Camel scoring pack, followed by Anthony Ronnebaum and Senior Alex Johnson who, after a year off of running, came out for a solid return. Our 1-5 split was at 3:26, which is a little high but with some added speed, can be dropped. Overall the boys finished 3rd, just ONE point from region rival Dixie in 2nd.  It was exciting to see the pack mentality at play and younger Camels stepping up to cover some needed ground. 

The Lady Camels stepped up to the line next, eager to put the past few weeks of hard week to the test.  Sidney Reagor tried a steady approach from the line that served her well as she worked on chipping away at the leading regional runner from SK.  Finishing second in the race, and just 18 seconds back, she set the groundwork for the next match-up.  Allie Franzen once again ran consistent miles and earned an eighth place finish, and new-comer Abbie Loesch follwed right on her heels in 9th.  Having 3 ladies in the top 10 at our first meet is an exciting prediction of the great things to come this season. Devan Carrigan and Sophie Loesch rounded out the scoring positions for the Lady Camels, both with strong finishes and determined strides.  Our 1-5 split sits at 3:46, which like the boys, can be dropped with time. The Ladies finished 2nd, just TWO points from the winning team.  

With determination and perseverance, both Camel Teams will no doubt be earning state berths at the end of the season!