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Student achievement in academics and extracurriculars


Congratulations to the CCHS Girls Bowling team who won the regional championship.  The CCHS Boys Bowling team were regional runner-up.  Both teams qualified for the KHSAA State Tournament in Louisville next week.



Congratulations to Kaylee Hitt who won the 5th Region Bowling Singles Championship giving her a 2nd career regional title. Cameron Bechtol finished 3rd in the 5th Region Bowling Singles Championship.  Both have qualified for state on Feb 7 in Louisville, KY.



Congratulations Wrestlers!

Team: 5th / 14


Jonah Bowers – 3rd

Jason Holden – 3rd

Micah Bowers – 4th

Jake Woodard – 8th

Owen Stacey – 6th

Thomas Ketchen-Carter – 1st

Ron Shackelford – 1st

Brandon Richmond – 4th

Michael Leicht – 7th

Casey Rauch – 2nd

Hunter Arthur – 7th



Congratulations to Dayne Freudenberg, Morgan Knight, Maura MacDonald, Joshua Rittinger & Elijah Schnitzler for successfully auditioning and being accepted into the Kentucky Jr. High School All State Choirs! 



Congratulations to these Top Performers in Wrestling:

Jeremiah Wilbers 5-0

Michael Leicht 5-0

Casey Rauch 5-0

Thomas Ketchen-Carter 5-0

Micah Bowers 5-0

Ronnie Shackelford 6-0

Kyle Richmond 3-0

Nathan Schneider 4-1

Jacob Woodard 3-1

Nathaniel Connor 4-1

Cooper Brun 4-1



Congratulations to the following athletes who were nominated for the Northern Kentucky Cross Country Coaches Association All-region teams:

2nd team all-region:  Kylie Little and Allie Franzen
Honorable Mention: Noel Slone and Pimlapas Kumkerd

Honorable Mention: Noah Slone and Jordan Hartig.

These athletes will be honored a banquet in December.



Congratulations Boys’ Cross Country!!  Noah Slone started our day with the AAA Boys State Championship.  His early mile split was right on target, but a huge pack of competitive runners surrounded him at every turn.  His final time of 17:47 and 94th place was a strong finish for a sophomore season!

Congratulations to the Girls’ Cross Country!! As a team we finished 14th of 37 scoring teams, placing us much higher than we have been in a long time. While this wasn't quite a goal, we couldn't be prouder of these ladies who showed true mental and physical toughness late in the season! 



In Cross Country action this weekend, Noah Slone finished in 20th place, earning a state qualifying position. Jordan Hartig finished 26th.  Scott Snedegar (33rd), Anthony Ronnebaum (34th), and David Howard (36th) rolled in as tight pack.   Adam Ruschman (40,) and Corey Robinson (49,) wrapped up the Camels varsity squad.  The Camels claimed the 6th place team spot, only 10 points from 4th. 

Congratulations to the Lady Camels team who won the Regional Meet for the first time since 1995!  Kylie Little led the pack with a 6th place finish, and Allie Franzen and Noel Slone clipped hot on her heels in 7th and 8th.  This tight trio was the key to the day.  Beam Kumkerd  pounded the course with an important surge after the 2 mile mark to place 12th, and Devan Carrigan  ran a personal best time to clinch 29th.  Emma Hogle finished in 37th, and Savannah Krift in 40th helped displace runners from our competition.  Great job Camels!

Congrats to the following 5 CCHS students for successfully auditioning and being accepted into the 2019 Ky All state Choir: Rachel Schultz, Nicholas Yungbluth, Josh Wagner, Grace Songer, & Parker Culp!!



Congratulations Alyssa Ramey and Jessie Kuebbing. They both had artwork accepted into Xavier University’s Junior/Senior High School Student Juried Exhibition. The work will be on display at Xavier’s art gallery and will compete with other high school artworks for awards.

Winning art          Winning Art



Congratulations to these runners who placed in the Top 10 at the XC Campbell County Championships:

Allie Franzen -3rd

Beam Kumkerd 4th

Kylie Little- 9th

Jordan Hartig 6th

Anthony Ronnebaum-10th

Overall the boys and girls teams combined for a 3rd place finish.  Congratulations!