Article in the Independent Tribune about the Cox Mill HS Band - http://www2.independenttribune.com/news/2012/jun/05/cox-mill-band-marches-homeland-tv-spot-ar-2333905/
Congratulations to the NEW members of the CMHS National Honor Society!
Vibhav, the founder of Cox Mill High School Young Democrats, has been elected as a voting delegate to the Democratic National Convention.
Vibhav, who is 17, was the youngest delegate elected in North Carolina on May 19, and could be the youngest in the state, said Sam Spencer, president of Young Democrats of North Carolina. The Democratic National Convention is being held in Charlotte this September.
A senior at Cox Mill, Vibhav is also national political director for High School Democrats of America. In addition, he is president of the North Carolina Association of Teen Democrats and a member of the N.C. Democratic Party Executive Council.
In the 12th U.S. Congressional District – which stretches from Charlotte to Greensboro – dozens of candidates campaigned for five delegate spots designated for males. Vibhav, who turns 18 this summer, was elected on the first ballot.
Congratulations to the "Spirit of Cox Mill" Band for their performance Friday at the Carowind's Festival of Music. The ensemble earned a superior rating and straight 1's from all three judges.
Congratulations to the Women's soccer team on their win against Parkwood Saturday night. They now advance to round 3 of the state playoffs.
The Women's Soccer team defeated Rockingham 9-1 last night to advance to the 2nd round of the playoffs. The 2nd round game is set for tomorrow (Saturday) at 6:00 p.m. vs. Parkwood.......it is at home.
Victor N competed in the Tennis Regional tournament last Friday and Saturday, and is our new State Qualifier for singles tennis after taking third place in the tournament. Nechar will compete at the State Tournament this Friday in Burlington, North Carolina.
Congratulations to Ola N (Clarinet) and Tanner W (French Horn) for making the North Carolina All State Band.
In order to make the band, students must make the all district band and score high enough in order to even be eligible to audition for all state. Ola placed 6th chair clarinet and Tanner placed 2nd chair french horn only .5 away from 1st. The All State band is the best in the state and Ola and Tanner are the first two students in the history of Cox Mill High School to earn spots at this level.
The Lady Chargers varsity softball team finished the season on Tuesday evening, falling to Hickory Ridge 7 to 1. Paige K pitched well in the loss and added the lone RBI. Kendele D led the way offensively with 3 hits. Coach Miller would like to thank the entire team for their hard work and dedication this season. He would also like to thank Nicole S and Jessica S for their outstanding Senior leadership throughout.
On Tuesday, May 1, The boy's golf team competed in the Conference Tournament held at Piney Point Golf Club. The team finished 4th in the tournament but the overall record we finished 3rd. With that record we qualified to compete at the Regional Tournament next Monday at Lake Louise Golf Club.
Individually, J Westveer and A Albers both made All-Conference. Westveer has been in a battle for conference MVP and with a final round 78, he secured his position. So J. Westveer is the 2012 SPC Golf Conference Most Valuable Player with an average score for 9-holes of 39.6.
The Men's tennis team finished conference play with a win against Northwest Cabarrus last week, and a good showing at the Conference tournament on Tuesday April 24th. Wins against Northwest Include Nechar, Xin, Perry, and Markland, and then doubles wins by team Nechar/ Xin.
Nechar's win clinched him the spot as the Number 1 seed at the conference tournament. Nechar won once more against the Northwest number 1 in a 6-4 6-0 match leaving him as the South Piedmont Conference Champion. All matches were played with extreme intensity.
Mrs. Hitt's class helps at the Special Olympics as buddies for elementary students.
On Tuesday night, the Lady Chargers varsity softball team split a double header with Mount Pleasant. Over the two games, Nicole S had 4 hits, 7 RBI, and scored 5 runs. Kristen S scored 7 runs combined, while Kendele D and Jessica S each had 4 hits and multiple RBI. Ericka D continued to rake, going a combined 6 for 9, including a home run. The Ladies last home game is Friday against Hickory Ridge.
AWSUM club members helped with Special Olympics on Wednesday, April 18th.
Spanish IV honors students received a first place trophy for singing at Lenoir Rhyne’s Foreign Language Festival competition on April 18th.
Amber A, Arthur C, Lucy C, Katherine F, Nicole G, Antonia G, Brittany H, Ashley H, Madison M, Kelsea P, Vivian R, Connor S, Catherine T
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CMHS ACADEMIC BOOSTER CLUB SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
Duke Energy/Academic Booster Club Scholarship winners:
Brandon C and Alicia T
CMHS Academic Booster Club Scholarship winners:
Austin C, Chris J, and Kevin O. Each student received a $500 scholarship.
CONGRATULATIONS MISS COX MILL PAGEANT WINNERS
Caption Winners: Community Spirit - Rachel B, Miss Congeniality, Evening Wear, Talent - Desiree W
Placement Winners: 4th Runner Up - Anna M, 3rd Runner Up - Caroline C, 2nd Runner Up - Nicole H, 1st Runner Up - Cassie D, Winner - Desiree W
All the placement winners will represent CMHS in the Concord Christmas Parade. Desiree won a $500 scholarship.
The National Technical Honor Society volunteers at the Second Harvest Food Bank.
On Tuesday evening, the Lady Chargers softball team defeated Concord 4 to 0. Kenedele D and Jessica S each had 2 hits to lead the way, while Nicole S and Ericka D EACH added an RBI and a run scored. Paige K pitched the complete-game shutout for her 5th win of the season. The ladies are 4 and 4 in the conference and play at home tomorrow against JM Robinson.
The Lady Chargers softball team won their 4th game of the season on Friday, by defeating AL Brown 16-4. Winning pitcher Paige K only gave up 4 hits, while striking out 3. Offensively, Nicole S continues to rake, going 3 for 3 with 4 RBI's. Nicole is batting .469 on the year. Also having a great game was Kaitlyn H, adding 3 hits and 5 RBI's.
Thursday, March 29th the Advanced Chorus students participated in the West #1 Regional Solo/Small Ensemble MPA Festival. The Advanced Women’s Ensemble performed Grade IV music and earned an Excellent (2) rating.
On the MPA rating scale 1 is the highest and 5 is the lowest. Music is graded on a I to VI scale with Grade I representing beginning level repertoire and Grade VI representing advanced high school/collegiate level repertoire.
The following students also received Excellent ratings on their solo performances: Dominise D, Melanie R, Laney M, and Gina V.
Saturday, March 24th, the Miss Cox Mill Pageant Contestants volunteered at the Humane Society of Concord and Greater Cabarrus. The contestants helped prep papers for cleaning cages, weeded the flower beds, and gave some dogs some much-needed attention. The service project is not mandatory, but the pageant is making an effort to promote volunteerism by providing service opportunities for the contestants. Click here to see pictures from the event.
The CMHS Symphonc Band
Wednesday, the Concert Band went to MPA in Grade 3 earning an excellent rating or 2. The ratings are 1 (being the highest and 5 being the lowest.
(Grade levels for concert band are 1 (being middle school to 6 being advanced high school/college level.)
Friday, the Symphonic Band went to MPA in Grade 6 earning a Superior or 1. This is the bands 2nd MPA Superior in a row from last year and jumped from Grade 4 last year to Grade 6 this year.
For band, Grade 6 literature and sightreading is the equivalent to AP Class level material. The music the students performed today is music that many colleges in the area have or are performing.
In a spectacular showing our Cox Mill men's tennis team were victorious against the Mt Pleasant Tigers. With Individual wins in singles by Victor N, Sam X, Zack J, Nand K, and David P, and Doubles wins by teams Cooper/Johnson, Perry/Markland. All matches were played with ferocity that can only be described as lions on the Sahara. We welcome all of you to today's match against Marvin Ridge, with a special request from Nechar for Cheerleaders.
The Lady Chargers softball team defeated Salisbury last night 26-1. Ericka D led the way going 4 for 4 at the plate with 5 RBI's. Nicole S had 3 RBI's, while scoring 4 Runs. Paige K had a great all around game, adding 3 RBI's. Paige K won her second game of the year, pitching 3 hitless innings. The Lady Chargers are 2 and 1 on the year and play at Concord on Friday.
On Friday night, the Lady Chargers softball team defeated Concord 3 to 2. Ericka D led the way offensively with 2 hits, including a two-run homerun. Nicole S had an all around strong game, adding an RBI. Defensively, Quinn P had a great game, and Paige K won her 3rd game of the year, pitching a complete game while striking out four. The ladies are 3 and 1 on the year.
The Lady Chargers varsity softball team defeated AL Brown on Tuesday by a score of 20 to 2. Paige K pitched a complete game, 4-hitter for the Win. Offensively, Kristen S paced the Chargers with 3 hits and 3 RBI's, while Paige K added 2 hits and Jessica S scored three Runs. Their record on the year is 1 and 1. They play Salisbury on Thursday.
Congratulations to Our Cox Mill Men's tennis with a 5-4 Match victory over Mt. Pleasant. Individual winners were Victor Nechar, Sam X, and Tristain M. There were also doubles wins. This victory gives us a 1-1 in Conference Play. Please come out and Cheer on Chargers Tennis on Monday March 5th when we play A.L Brown at 4 pm.
Congratulations to the CMHS Model UN Club for their performance at the Carolina's Conference at UNCC this weekend. Gabby H was named a most-improved delegate, Tyler C and Kevin O were distinguished delegates, and Scott S and Andrew L were outstanding delegates. The team also took home the overall award for best position papers.
These students participated in the Cabarrus All County Band this past weekend with David Starnes (Assistant Director of Bands from Western Carolina University conducting) We had 25 students represent Cox Mill out of a 110 piece band. I would also like to congratulate Steven R for participating in the West Region Jazz Band this past weekend in Hickory, NC.
Flute Rachel M and Robyn P
Oboe Bryan M
Clarinet Ola N, Daniel H, Courtney N, and Sarah G
Bass Clarinet Lauren B
Alto Sax Aubreus B
Tenor Sax Tori H
Baritone Sax Cassie D and Jake B
Trumpet Gwen S, Elizabeth S, and Vincent P
Horn Tanner W
Trombone Dylan B, Adam C, Cameron Y, and Michelle B
Baritone Tim T
Tuba Ian F
String Bass Moses U
Timpani Alex N
Percussion Jose B
Congratulations to Tori E for finishing in 5th place and 9th place in the 300m dash and the 55m dash respectively. Alicia T finished in 18th place in the 1000m. Ike W finished 20th place in the 300m dash and the 4x800 team of Nick K, Stephen L, Teague G and AJ S finished in 15th place at the state indoor track meet on Saturday.
Congratulations to Dustin "D.J." Smith, an outstanding intern last semester at NC A&T's research facility at the North Carolina Research Campus in Kannapolis. D.J.'s internship project, a poster presentation on "Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing of Pastuerella multocida from Veterinary Samples by Using A Spiral Gradient Endpoint Technique" was well-received by Dr. Williams, Director, selected members of his faculty, his parents, and his internship coordinator, Mrs. Leazer, on January 19th.
WELL DONE, D.J.!
Jv boys basketball team defeated Northwest on Friday 68-34 to cap off an undefeated seaon in conference play. Matt M lead the way with 20 points and Derius J had 12 points. The Charger boys finished 19-2 overall and 14-0 in SPC play. Way to go Chargers on a "History" making season!
The CMHS Mock Trial team traveled to its first ever Regional Competition on Saturday February 4th. The team did an excellent job! Special congratulations to Raja A, who received the "Best Witness" Award and Jeffrey C, who received the "Best Lawyer" Award.
DIGITAL LEARNING DAY- FEBRUARY 1ST
National Digital Learning Day is a perfect time to have a discussion with your child about the educational value of the internet as well as ways that they can use the internet safely and responsibly. Please take some time to visit the links below for information specifically for parents on how to discuss digital literacy with your teen.
Congratulations to the Cox Mill HS Sports teams for being in first place in the Wells Fargo Conference Cup in the South Piedmont division. See the standings below, or visit the NCHSAA web site for more information
South Piedmont 3-A: Cox Mill is in first after the fall season, thanks to championships in women’s tennis, women’s golf, and volleyball. Second place belongs to Jay M. Robinso, which finished first in both women’s cross country and men’s soccer. A.L. Brown is closely behind in third with top finishes in football and men’s cross country. Conference Standings: Cox Mill 272.5, Jay M. Robinson 250, A.L. Brown 245, Concord 232.5, Northwest Cabarrus 215, Hickory Ridge 212.5, Mount Pleasant 147.5, Central Cabarrus 120.
Congratulations to the boys 4x800 track team of Stephen L, Nick K, Teague G and AJ S for qualifying for the state meet.
Congratulations to Tori E, Alicia T and Ike W for qualifying for the state indoor track meet yesterday. The 4x800 team of Alex S, Stephen L, Nick K and Teague G also broke a school record.
This past Saturday the HOSA Regional Competition was held the following students placed in the top ten in their division.
Second Place - Noopur D
Fourth Place - Yash P
Tenth Place - Pranav A
Career Health Display - Alexa W, Casey C, Noopur D
Congratulations to the band students that made all district band for the South Central District of North Carolina. This is an extremely competitive district and our band students did very well. 34 students auditioned and 5 out of the 34 make it with several of the other students either being placed on call as an alternate or very close to the alternates. There were 16 high school students from the county that made district band including our 5.
Ola N - 4th Chair Clarinet out of 20 that made it.
Tanner W - 2nd Chair French Horn out of 8 that made it.
Tim T - 1st Chair Euphonium out of 4 that made it.
Tyler S - 3rd Chair Tuba out of 6 that made it.
A.J. S - 5th Chair Tuba out of 6 that made it.
These students will be participating in the district band clinic this Friday and Saturday at Lenoir-Rhyne University in Hickory NC.
Congratulations to Steven R and Ola N who auditioned and were accepted into the Charlotte Youth Wind Ensemble at UNC Charlotte. Students from North and South Carolina audition to be part of this ensemble.
Read about Cate W and her experiences with BMX Biking at http://marshillcycling.com/
Digital Forensics students visited A&T University in Greensboro for the Extreme IT day where they learned more about computing.
Mr. Smith and Mr. Allensworth coached a team that competed in the Academic WorldQuest competition on November 16th.
Last Saturday, the "Spirit of Cox Mill" Marching Band placed 3rd out of 10 bands in the Concord Parade earning an additional $250 prize for placing 3rd.
Top 3 bands were: Northwest Cabarrus (1), Carson (2) and Cox Mill (3)
The parade was well represented by the Cox Mill band, cheerleaders and Erin W (2011 Miss Cox Mill). A special thanks to Joyce Myers for letting us use her car for our Miss Cox Mill.
Ms. Suzanne Gunter (pictured above), Sr. Manager for Welch Allyn Company, visited Mrs. Gifford's Marketing class 10/27/11 and presented an awesome opportunity to the students. (Welch Allyn is a very well-known medical diagnostic device company headquartered in New York.)
Utilizing Ms. Gunter's expertise and Mrs. Gifford's guidance, our Marketing students will test various Welch Allyn medical devices and offer to the company suggestions on human factors and ergonomic improvements through research and presentations.
This is "real-world" experience at its best!
Cox Mill Students and Staff:
Thank you for all of your help with last week’s Food Drive. We collected a total of 1,589 items at Cox Mill, placing us fourth in the county and above Northwest Cabarrus, our Friday night competitor. A huge thank you and congratulations to Mr. Thompson’s 1st period class, who collected a total of 850 items.
In total, high schools in our county collected a total of 35,218 items! Items went to several food banks in Rowan and Cabarrus Counties.
Over the weekend the Advanced Theatre Class represented Cox Mill in our regional section of the North Carolina Theatre Conference. This is a huge competition involving over 100 students and 16 shows. Cox Mill took the alternate slot, think 3rd place and 3 really amazing awards.
Gia F won an Excellence in Acting, which is only awarded to 5 females in the competition. Kara R won one of two scholarships offered from Children's Theatre of Charlotte to take workshops, and Ms. Egbert won an Excellence in Directing.
The 2011 All-County Choral Festival concert was held on November 4-5 at JM Robinson High School. This is an annual event that brings together students from all 7 Cabarrus County High Schools and AL Brown to prepare a performance of challenging choral literature. the event concluded with a performance by the combined festival choir under the direction of our guest clinician, Mr. Ken Brooks. Students must learn music in advance of the festival with their individual teachers & attend one pre-festival rehearsal.
Congratulations to the boys and girls cross country team for participating in the regional championships this weekend. The boys finished 8th and the girls finished in 7th place out of 19 teams. Taylor Page led the boys and became the second Cox Mill runner to qualify for the state meet.
2011 began as a year of promise and became a year of dominance.
In Cox Mill’s third year, the Lady Charger Golf Team has worked its way from a contender to the clear leader of the Southern Piedmont Conference. This year, the team, lead by three juniors, K. Aiken, J. Rubinstein, and Nicole Hayton, amassed a 9-1 regular season record and dominated the Conference Tournament.
In the first two seasons, the team had to fight to finish second or third in each match. Without a dominate player on the team, they relied on consistency and minimizing errors to be in competition in each match. Despite not winning, the team had a strong presence in the conference with at least two players making the 6-person All Conference Team every year.This year is no exception with three girls making the All Conference Team: K. Aiken (3rd year), J. Rubinstein (2nd Year) and N. Hayton (1st year).
Next stop is the Regional Tournament on Monday, October 24th in Winston Salem. Three Lady Chargers will be competing on the Meadowlands Golf Course vying for a spot on the 26 person list for the State Tournament.
This is just the beginning as all three of these ladies will be back next year looking to make it a perfect 10-0 season and back to Regionals and State.
The saying in sports is “on any given day…” Well, Tuesday October 18th was K. Aiken’s day! Playing with the conference leader, K. Aiken not only played with but outplayed her opponent and the rest of the field to win the 2011 Medalist Honor for the SPC Tournament. From first shot to last, K. Aiken showed everyone that she can play the game of golf with anyone and win.
Over the 18-hole match, K. Aiken never trailed. Shooting a tournament low 44 on the first 9-hoiles, she bested her opponent by 1-stroke and came home in 40 adding another 3-strokes to her margin of victory.
On Monday, Oct 24, K Aiken continued her strong play as she posted an 85, the 7th lowest score at the Regional Tournament. Now it is on to the State Tournament in Pinehurst for 36-holes competing with the best 3A girl golfers in the state.
Congratulations to our scholarship nominees:
Davidson College – Belk Scholarship Nominee: Alicia T.
Davidson College – Bryan Scholarship Nominee: Emily S.
UNC Chapel Hill – Morehead-Cain Scholarship Nominees: Brandon C., Kevin O. & Alicia T.
NC State University Park Scholarship Nominees: Peyton C. & Ashley H.
Imani will be traveling to Burlington, NC to represent Cox Mill and the whole South Piedmont Conference in the Women’s Tennis Singles State Tournament on Friday October 28th.
Imani, Claudia, Laney, and Maggie represented Cox Mill in the women's tennis regionals last Friday. All of them competed well. Imani will be competing in the state tournament on Friday. She is the only player from the South Piedmont Conference to make it to State's. Congratulations to all of you and good luck to Imani! Go Chargers!
The Lady Chargers VB team defeated Mt.Pleasant last night in the semi finals of the conference tournament. Come out tonight at 6pm and support them as they take on Hickory Ridge in the tournament championship, GO Chargers!!
The "Spirit of Cox Mill" Marching band traveled to Shelby this past weekend to compete in the Shelby Golden Classic. The band took 1st place in General effect and placed 2nd overall in our class out of 4 bands. The band travels to Hickory Ridge this weekend for our final competition of the season.
The Lady Chargers Volleyball team defeated JM Robinson last night in the 1st round of the conference tournament. They take on the lady tigers of Mt. Pleasant tonight at 6pm. Come out and support your lady chargers. If they win tonight they will play tomorrow night at 6pm for the conference title. GO CHARGERS!!!!
Vibhav K, founder of the Cox Mill High School Young Democrats Club, was recently appointed as the national political director for the High School Democrats of America. He was appointed in July at the Young Democrats of America convention in Louisville, Kentucky. Vibhav, a senior, also serves as president of the North Carolina Association of Teen Democrats, and is a member of the N.C. Democratic Party Executive Council. On the local level, he is founder and president of Cabarrus County Teen Democrats.
This past weekend the marching band traveled to East Rowan to compete in the East Rowan Food Lion Classic. The marching band placed 2nd in Class AAA.
Congratulations to the Lady Chargers Volleyball team for defeating Concord for the 2nd time this season last Tuesday. Come out tonight and support your team as they take on JM Robinson. This is our senior night. Senior volleyball players are Amanda Carter and Emily Stevens. Students can get in the the game for $2.00. Wear your Maniac shirts and come cheer them on.
Congratulations to the JV and Varsity Volleyball teams for defeating the Mt. Pleasant Tigers on Thurs. They travel to North Meck. on Monday, Hickory Ridge on Tuesday and AL Brown on Thursday.
The marching band did well this past weekend despite the rain. We competed at Socastee High School in Myrtle Beach, SC against 12 other bands. Our band placed 2nd out of 13 and taking first place in the following captions - drum major, drum line and music. We also took 2nd place guard. Our band was .35 away from 1st place and grand champion. We travel to Providence High School this Saturday to compete in the Providence Cup.
Congratulations to the JV and Varsity Volleyball teams for defeating the rival Northwest Lady Trojans on Tuesday. The JV won in 2 matches and the Varsity swept in 3 matches. Today they travel to Mt. Pleasant to take on the Lady Tigers. Good Luck!
The boys and girls cross country teams both placed 4th at the Statesville Invitational yesterday. Scoring for the boys were Taylor, Stephen, Chase, AJ, Teague, Alex S. and Alex J. Scoring for the girls were Alicia G, Alicia T, Emily, Brooke, Taylor, Molly, and Roshan. Madison received runner-up honors in the JV race as well.
Congratulations to the JV and Varsity Volleyball Teams for defeating Central Cabarrus last Thursday in SPC Conference Play. Please come out and support the lady chargers as they take on Nortwest Cabarrus here Tuesday night and Mt. Pleasant on Thursday. The Varsity Lady Chargers are currently in 2nd place in SPC Conference play.
Cox Mill women's tennis defeated Mt Pleaseant last night 8-1. Singles winners were: #1 Imani, #2 Claudia, #3 Laney, #4 Maggie, #5 Megan, and #6 Taylor.
Doubles winners were: #2 Maggie/ Laney and #3 Megan/ Taylor
Wednesday, The Lady Charger Golf Team extended its win streak and maintains its hold on first place in the Southern Piedmont Conference. For the third straight match, the Ladies were the best team of the conference winning this time by 6 strokes over the closest rival, Concord.
Steady team play has been the key to the Lady Charger's win streak. The team holds three of the top six places in scoring average, led by Kira, Jensen and Nicole.
Our next match will be Monday, Sept 19th at Green Oaks Golf Club.
Congratulations to the JV and Varsity Volleyball teams for defeating JM Robinson yesterday in conference play. Please come out and support your Lady Chargers on Thurs, as they take on Central Cabarrus.
Cox Mill Women's Tennis defeated Northwest Monday night 6-3. They are currently 5-1 in conference play.
Congratulations to the Varsity and JV Volleyball teams for defeating Concord last Thurs. night at Concord. Come out and support your Lady Chargers as they take on Sun Valley today (Mon) here at home. JV at 4:30pm and varsity at 6:00pm.
The Lady Chargers continued their winning start this Monday as they bested the rest of the conference at the second SPC match of the year. Cox Mill still leads the conference followed by Concord, then JM Robinson.
Monday's match was played at The Club at Irish Creek in Kannapolis. The team score of 137 lead Concord (151) by 14 strokes and JM Robinson (163) by 26 strokes. The team was lead by Kira, Jensen, Nicole and Melanie.
The team will be at Cabarrus Country Club on Wednesday.
Congratulations to the boys and girls cross country teams for competing in the Northwest Cross Country Carnival. Emily and Logan won the Junior girls' race and Stephen and Nick won the sophomore boys' race. Come out and support the cross country team at Cannon School on Saturday.
Cox Mil Women's tennis team defeated Concord on Wednesday 6-3. Singles winners were Imani, Claudia, Maggie, and Taylor.
Doubles winners were Maggie/Laney and Megan/Taylor.
In exhibition play Elizabeth was victorious over her opponent
The Cox Mill High Marching band was featured in a TV Commercial for the new Showtime series called Homeland. Visit this web site to see the commercial. http://youtu.be/FM6oL1Lddts
Congratulations to both the JV and Varsity Volleyball teams for defeating Mt. Pleasant last night. The JV defeated the Tigers in 2 games and the Varsity won the 1st conference match in 3 games. Our Lady Chargers will take on Hickory Ridge next Tuesday starting at 4:30 pm and 6:00 pm. Come out and support the volleyball team.
Congratulations to the boys and girls cross country teams for finishing 4th and 2nd respectively at the Wonder Relays on Tuesday. The boys were led by Taylo, Stephen, Chase, Nick, and AJ. The girls were led by Alicia, Emily, Brooke, Taylor and Logan.
The JV girls team also finished 2nd at the Wonder Relays. Members of the JV team were Alicia, Madison , Molly, Claire and Roshan .