Congratulations to Cole Hegyi and Garren Bertsch for being selected to the NKBBCA Division I All-Star Basketball Team!
Congratulations to Brady Wells who is the 120lb KHSAA Wrestling State Champion. Also congratulations to Tanner Yenter who finished 4th in the 126lb weight class.
Congratulations to Taylor Clos for being named First Team All-Region by the 10th Region Girls Basketball Coaches Association. Mackenzie Schwarber was named to the 2nd Team.
Congratulations to Katie Emmett, Colton Graham, and Braden Ramsey for advancing to Finalist standing in the National Merit Scholarship competition!
Congratulations to the follow simmers and divers for setting new school records at the Swim and Dive Regional.
Girls Medley Relay
P. Hedger, A. Morris, A. Loesch, G. Meiser 2:01.70 New School Record
Abbie Loesch New School Record 2:12.86
Marian Tiemeier New School Record 462.75
Abbie Loesch New School Record 5:09.28
Colten Stephany New School Record 5:01.15
Paige Hedger New School Record 1:05.41
Girls 400 Free Relay
S. Lackey, G. Meiser, P. Hedger, A. Loesch New School Record 4:04.53
Finished in the top 16 at the KHSAA State Bowling Tournament.
Cameron Bechtol finished 14th in the KHSAA Boys State Single Championship
Swim and Dive
KHSAA State Meet Qualifiers
Abbie Loesch 200 IM and 500 Free
Marian Tiemeier Diving
Colten Stephany 500 Free and 100 Back
Girls 400 Free Relay--Sierra Lackey, Grace Meiser, Paige Hedger, Abbie Loesch, Anna Morris
Boys 400 Free Relay--Foster Loesch, Nolan Neiser, Colten Stephany, Caleb Nerenberg, Jordan Hartig
Girls Medley Relay--Alternate --Paige Hedger, Anna Morris, Abbie Loesch, Grace Meiser, Sierra Lackey
CCHS finished 5th at the Regional Tournament. The following wrestlers qualified for state
Congratulations to the CCHS Boys Bowling team for winning the Regional Championship. The team will compete in the KHSAA State Bowling Tournament on Friday, February 10 at Collins Eastland Lanes in Lexington at 1:35pm.
Congratulations to our CCHS: Girls Basketball player Mackenzie Schwarber for scoring her 1,000 career point. Boys Basketball player Cole Hegyi for scoring his 1000 career point.
Congratulations to the following CCHS Swimmer for setting new school records. Paige Hedger, Anna Morris, Abbie Loesch, and Sierra Lackey in the Girls Medley Relay with a time of 2:09.75. Abbie Loesch in the Girls 100 Butterfly with a time of 1:01.70. Colten Stephany in the Boys 100 Butterfly with a time of 59.00. Paige Hedger in the Girls 100 Backstroke with a time of 1:08.69. Abbie Loesch in the Girls 100 Breaststroke with a time of 1:17.22.
Congratulations to Cameron Bechtol on finishing 2nd in the Bowling Regional Singles Tournament. Cameron will now compete in the KHSAA State Singles Tournament in Lexington on Thursday, February 9.
Congratulations to Sydney Fillhardt for winning the Campbell County Conservation District’s writing contest for our school! She will also be recognized in March!
Congratulations to the CCHS Competition Cheer Squad for finishing 8th at the KHSAA/KAPOS State Competition.
Congratulations to Amanda Honaker& Hannah Jump & Vanessa Neiser for passing the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Industry Certification exam for Word
Boys bowling beat Cooper 6-1 and Girls bowling tied Cooper 3.5 to 3.5...the Girls were led by 8th grader Kaylee Hitt who bowled a perfect 300 game. Her first sanction 300 of her career.
The wrestling team placed first in the Bryan Station Invitational this past weekend beating :
Bryan Station 52-6
John Hardin 42-17
North Hardin 51-19
Western Hills 60-9
North Oldham 46 - 30
Tanner Yenter, Joseph Wilbers, Cody Orth and Casey Rauch went 5- 0 on the day.
Collin Barrett, Owen Stacy, Bryan Holden, Bryan Howell, Ron Schackelford, Zack Joering, Kyler Nelson, and Jared Geis went 4-1 on the day.
Casey Imhof & Ryan Bussberg also had victories
Congratulations Bowling Team!!
Congratulations Swim Team!!
Ready or Not Relays
The girls Medley relay set a new school record in the first swim of the season (P. Hedger, A. Morris, A. Loesch, S. Lackey) breaking the record set in 1986!
Top 8 Girls
Medley Relay 5th (P. Hedger, A. Morris, A. Loesch, S. Lackey)
200 Back Relay 3rd (P. Hedger, G. Meiser, S. Lackey, A. Loesch)
100 Free Relay 7th (G. Songer, K. Feiler, E. Schumacher, E. Busam)
200 Breast Relay 8th (K. Grooms, E. Schumacher, M. Meiser, A. Morris)
400 Free Relay 3rd (P. Hedger, G. Meiser, S. Lackey, A. Loesch)
Top 8 Boys
Medley relay 7th (C. Nerenberg, F. Loesch, C. Stephany, J. Steele)
200 Back Relay 4th (N. Neiser, L. Chamberlin, J. Steele, C. Nerenberg)
200 Breast Relay 7th (J. Cartwright, L. Combs, F. Loesch, C. Stephany)
400 Free Relay 6th (C. Stephany, J. Steele, F. Loesch, C. Nerenberg)
Girls team 7th
Boys team 7th
Congratulations to the following CCHS Cross Country athletes who were named to the NKTCCCA All Region Banquet:
Sidney Reagor- First team
Allison Franzen- Honorable Mention
Christian Slone- Honorable Mention
Bryan Howell- Honorable Mention
Congratulations to Sidney Reagor for placing 20th at the KHSAA Cross Country Meet. This qualified her for the KTCCCA All-State Team for the second year in a row.
Congratulations to 9 CCHS Choir students who have been accepted into the Ky High School All State Choirs!!
Shelby Thornsberry, Alyssa Neeriemer, Sarah Moser, Rachel Schultz, Christian Slone, Ezra Crist, Joseph Robinson, Nicholas Yungbluth, & Joshua Wagner. These students will be performing at the KMEA Conference in Louisville Feb.
In the history of CCHS, this is the most students that we have ever had accepted into All State Choir.
Congratulation to Junior Lydia Kramer for being selected as Honorable Mention on the All State Girls Soccer Team! She will represent the East Team in the All State Game scheduled for November 12th!
Congratulations to the CCHS competition team cheerleaders who placed 1st at the 10th Region Competition in the Co-Ed A division. They will be heading to the KHSAA/KAPOS State competition on December 10th at the Kentucky Horse Park.
Congratulations to CCHS cross country runners Christian Slone (12th), Sidney Reagor (8th), and Allison Franzen (17th), who qualified for the KHSAA State Cross Country Meet. The race will be run at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington on Saturday, November 5 at 1:30pm (boys) and 2:15pm (girls).
Congratulations to the following CCHS volleyball players for being named to the 10th Region Coaches Association All-Region Team:
Congratulations to the CCHS varsity cheerleaders for winning their division of the In Game Cheerleading Competition. They will be recognized at the Region 9 KHSAA/KAPOS competition at Boone County High School on Wednesday, November 19 at 7:30pm.
Congratulations to Katie Emmett, Colton Graham, and Braden Ramsey for being selected as National Merit Semifinalists. They will have an opportunity to continue in the competition for 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth about $33 million that will be offered next spring. Congratulations all Seniors!
Congratulations to Bailey Davis for winning the raffle for a FREE white-out t-shirt.
Last night at the Campbell County Championships, the Camels combined girls and boys scores put the Camels in 2nd place among all the teams in Campbell County. The Camels flew out of the gates bringing home the greatest number of t-shirt awards in about 10 years!
In the Girls race, Sidney Reagor busted off the line and finished in 3rd place in a battle for the top three spots that lasted the entire race. Vanessa Neiser pounded out the course with an 8th place finish, and Allie Franzen rounded out the Lady Camels Award winners with 10th place. The ladies were 2nd place among the girls teams working hard to fill the gaps.
In the boys race Christian Slone and Bryan Howell charged the course from the beginning, quickly separating from the completion. The Dynamic duo clutched the 1-2 positions with Slone claiming the crown as the number run runner in all of Campbell County. Nipping at their heels was Freshman Jordan Hartig who snagged 5th place, Anthony Schwarberg in 9th place, and Colton Conroy in 10th. The team was 1st in the boys competition.
Second runner up is Brittany Rust from FFA
First runner up is Jaime Styer with BETA Club
And your Campbell County High School Homecoming Queen for 2016 is Erin McNamara from Pep Club
In the community division the winner is St. Paul’s UCC Lawn Chair Drill Team
In the elementary/middle school division the winner is Campbell County Middle School
The organization with the winning float in the high school division is Spanish Club
What a great weekend for our running Camels!
Both JV teams brought home championship titles.
The girls were led by newcomer Lydia Wolf who won the girls' race. Allie Markus, Samantha Schultz, and Brianna Stadtmiller finished 5-6-7, and were followed by Lauren Ginter in 9th, Emma Owen in 10th, and Sarah Reynolds in 19th, giving the Lady Camels a perfect score of 15 once all unattached runners were pulled from the results. This bumped the Camels to 1st of 4 represented teams for the morning.
In the boys JV race, Freshman Christian Poole was the first Camel to cross the line with a 3rd place finish and best time. Anthony Ronnebaum claimed 4th, and was followed closely by Joey Chaplin, Gage Howell, and Luis Riera who gave the Camels the score necessary to win the race.
In the Lady Camels varsity race, Sidney Reagor placed 6th and was followed by Senior Vanessa Neiser in 10th who continues to crush her times. Allie Franzen placed 14th, and Devan Carrigan and Paxton Glenn hit their goals and picked their way through the pack to add to the girls' 3rd place finish out of 16 teams.
In the Varsity Boys race, Christian Slone attacked the entire race and turned in a 6th place finish and personal record time of 17:02. Bryan Howell reeled in 12th place followed by Jordan Hartig, Colton Conroy, Anthony Schwarberg, and Daniel Chamberlain in goal setting times and a 1-5 split of 2:23. The Camels ended the day with a 4th place finish out of over 22 teams, and second among regional teams present.
Saturday’s meet at Grant County provided perfect weather for a cross country race. Almost all runners beat their time from the previous week by quite a bit, giving many personal records.
In the boys race, the Camels finished 9th of 25 scoring teams. Senior Bryan Howell and Junior Christian Slone once again pushed each other. Both had goals of earning medals, and Christian moved his way up and led the Camels with an award-winning 11th place finish in a large field of over 200 runners. Staying true to their close style, Bryan Howell finished just 13 seconds behind with16th place, and Freshman Jordan Hartig continued his push in the 5K distance to keep the Camels 3 spot. Senior Anthony Schwarberg claimed the 4 position, and Colton Conroy rounded out the Camels' scoring spots. The 1-5 split was 2:05, closer than last week and moving in the right direction. If the Camels can keep chipping away at that split, their pack will be fierce.
In the Lady Camels race, the girls finished 10th of close to 30 teams overall. Sidney Reagor attacked the course out of the gate placed 5th overall among some of the region's top runners. Vanessa Neiser ran a Personal record time and placed 34th, followed closely by Sophomore Allie Franzen in 39th in a field of 200 runners. Having three Camels in the top 15% of the race is a good sign for the remainder of the season. Devan Carrigan continued to learn about pacing in the 3.1 mile race and improved her time. The scoring squad was topped off by sophomore Paxton Glenn. The Lady Camels had a 1-5 split of 5:10, even faster than last week.
Our homecoming paraded will begin at 6:30 at the Alexandria Fairgrounds and go to our middle school. If you are participating in the parade, please remember to enter the fairgrounds from the second Riley Road entrance. No one will be permitted to enter the main gate. Also, remember to take advantage of the FREE shuttle buses that will run between the fairgrounds and CCMS beginning at 4:30 p.m.
Congratulations to the JV golf team on their victory over Simon Kenton last night. The Camels were led by Drew Wilson and Nate Schaefer. Great Job Camels.
At Saturday's Cross Country meet at Trimble County, the Camels faced a bit of scorcher. Our runners responded well and like true Camels, withstood the desert-like heat to place well against the competition.
The Camel Boys were the first race of the day, and even at 9:30 AM, we could tell the heat and humidity were going to be tough. Senior Bryan Howell led the Camels with an award-winning fifth place finish in a large field. Junior Christian Slone followed just 36 seconds behind, pulling in 9th place, and Freshman Jordan Hartig continued debuted in his first high school race by taking the Camels 3 spot. Colton Conroy and Anthony Schwarberg finished the Camels scoring squad, with Daniel Chamberlain hot on their heels. The Camels having 5 in the top 49 of the race lifted them to a second place finish and set the stage for a strong season in contention for the sought-after state qualifying place later in the year. the 1-5 split rested 2:50, a solid spread for this early in the season. If we can get that as near to 1:00 as possible, the Camels will be a major threat. The rest of the Camels turned in solid performances for the first meet and only time and hard work will tell who claims positions in the upcoming weeks!
In the Lady Camels race, Sidney Reagor set her mind to placing high and finished 2nd overall among over 200 runners. She was followed closely by Vanessa Neiser in 4th place who has come out strong this season after getting some experience under her belt last year. Sophomore Allie Franzen rounded out the Camel Triple Threat by placing 6th. Having 3 ladies in the top 10 is a great sign for the season to come! In her debut cross country race, Devan Carrigan clenched the number 4 runner spot for the Lady Camels as she carried her track intensity and great focus with her through the race (I suspect when I yelled 'only 400 to go' she smiled inside and felt a familiar twinge). Beam Kumkerd put her off-season training to great use and put herself in scoring position, followed closely by senior Lydia Wolf and Paxton Glenn. The Lady Camels had a 1-5 split of 5:49, faster than the first race last season, and showing they are up for the challenge of being one of the top in our region. From that point on, the Camels formed a tight second pack rolling in one right after the other. The girls ended with 5th place, but there was only a 10 point spread between us and 2nd place, showing how close we are to the top and that each spot counts!
Congratulations Football team on beating Highlands 24-21!!!
Congratulations to the boys golf team on their win against Dixie! Go camels!
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