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Cougar Athletics News
Congrats to our boy's golf team for placing 8th at State and our girl's on a great season!
Congrats to our track team on an amazing season and to Morgan for winning State in the 400! Also, congrats to our boy's 4x100 team for placing second at State! Way to go guys!
Congrats to Grace on a great tennis season and the boy's baseball team for their amazing season as well!
Cougar Baseball is off to a great start, 4-0 overall with last Thursday's win over Klahowya. They are scheduled to play an away game at Bellevue Christian on Monday, April 17 at 6:30 p.m.
Boys' Golf is currently 4-1 overall, with league wins over Charles Wright, Seattle Christian, and Vashon. They play next on Tuesday, April 18 vs Bellevue Christian.
Girls' Golf is 2-2 overall, with a league opening win over Bellevue Christian, and a good showing at the Vashon 9-hole challenge. Their next match is scheduled for Tuesday, April 18.
Girls' Tennis is 4-4... in rainouts. They are 0-1 in league play with a loss last week to Vashon. They lost a close match last Thursday to Klahowya, and will take spring break off before facing Charles Wright on Wednesday, April 19 at CWA.
Boys' Soccer has taken on several larger schools this pre-season, but brought home a 3-1 win over 1A Tenino on the 23rd. League play started last Tuesday, and their next home game is Monday, April 17 vs Vashon Island at Sunset Stadium (7 p.m.).
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With a grand-slam home run by Carle in the bottom of the fifth inning, Cougar baseball brought home a season-opening win over Vashon 8-0 on Monday afternoon.
The game was scoreless through the first four and half innings, until a walk by Hannah, single by Adams, and another single by Fox loaded the bases. Hannah got the Cougs on the board by scoring on a passed ball, then Carle hit a home run to left field. Bartels, Woolery, and Hannah singled, Adams drew a walk, and Fox singled again, and the Cougs left the fifth inning with 8-0 lead.
Pitchers Fox (1 hit, 1 walk, and five strikeouts) and Carder (0 hits, 3 walks and 6 strikeouts) combined for the shutout.
Congratulations to our Fall Nisqually League Award Recipients!
Congratulations to our Fall Sports Athletes!
- Football: Nisqually League Champions
- Girls' Soccer: Nisqually League Champions
- Volleyball: Nisqually League Champions, West Central District 2nd Place
- Boys' Tennis: Jack Hannah is advancing to the 1A State Tournament in the spring
From the Nisqually League Website:
The 2016 edition of the Nisqually All League Girls Golf Team has been released.
Congratulations to League MVP Annie Walker – Charles Wright Academy – Sr and Coach of the Year – Lucy Cole – Cascade Christian
This years League Sportsmanship award went to the Seattle Christian Warriors and Bellevue Christian Vikings.
CCS All League Award Recipients:
In Track & Field, junior Morgan Schepker took 4th in State in the 400 Meter and 6th in State in the 200 Meter. Junior Kierstin Patefield took 6th in State in the High Jump with a Jump of 5 feet 2”, and junior Leighton Lanier placed 3rd in State in the Triple Jump with a new school record of 44 Feet 5¾“.
The Boys’ Golf team took third place in District Tournament, with Junior Dyllan Gritter placing 5th overall. He advanced to State, along with seniors Andrew Tigges and Nathan Beardemphl. The team placed 7th in State.
The Girls’ Golf team sent four to District Tournament, and Junior Taralynn Carroll advanced to the State Tournament.
The Boys’ Baseball team won the District Championship and advanced to the State Tournament.
Way to go Cougs!
Seven CCHS golfers are heading to the State tournament on May 24-25 in Spokane.
The Boys' team took third place overall in the District tournament, with junior Dyllan Gritter placing 5th overall. Seniors Andrew Tigges and Nathan Beardemphl also qualified. Junior Nathan Sateren will travel as an alternate.
For the Girls' team, senior Jessica Michaelsen and junior Taralynn Carroll qualified to play in the State Tournament, with junior Amanda Kasper traveling as an alternate.
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