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CCHS Academic Team Wins 9th Region Governor's Cup Championship-Statebound!

CCHS Academic Team

The Campbell County High School Academic team is once again heading to the state tournament after winning the 9th Region Governor's Cup Championship convincingly. The team arrived before 8 AM for the tournament, and were not officially crowned champions until around 8:00 at night, the long day being due partly to pandemic technical issues. In written assessments, each varsity member qualified in at least one category for a total of ten overall. Three regional champions were recognized: Anna Morris was first in Language Arts and made the highest score in the state (with several more regions still delayed due to weather); Ethan Schnee was first in Math, currently tied for 4th in the state; Noah Coronado was first in Social Studies, currently tied for 6th in KY. The Quick Recall Team won all five matches. In the final match, arch-rival Covington Catholic took a one point lead with two questions remaining. Ethan Taylor scored a science tossup to tie the score and Noah Coronado answered the bonus to clinch the championship in exciting fashion. The FPS team took 2nd Place to also qualify for the state tournament, which takes place March 13-15. The team continued the tradition of excellence at the Regional level. This is the 10th consecutive year that the CCHS Academic Team has been the 9th Region Champion, an amazing series of successes.

Pictured: Captain Anna Morris in the center. From lower left front clockwise: Ethan Taylor, Ethan Schnee, Claire Yungbluth, Noah Coronado (holding trophy), Matthew Maines, Abby Clark, Ashton Fitzpatrick. Not shown: FPS Team and Composition writers.

Complete CCHS Results:

Math: Ethan Schnee-1st Place (4th in the state so far)

            Noah Corondao-3rd Place

            Matthew Maines-5th Place


Science: Ethan Taylor-2nd Place

                Matthew Maines-4th Place


Social Studies: Noah Coronado-1st Place (6th in the state)

                           Abby Clark-2nd Place


Language Arts: Anna Morris-1st Place (1st in the state)


Arts & Humanities: Claire Yungbluth-2nd Place


Composition: Sophie Jones-5th Place

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