CELEBRATING 21 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE
CHHS Semifinalists in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Competition
Melanie De La Cruz
Lady Panther Volleyball
Chhs varsity tennis
The CHHS Varsity Tennis team has quietly won 6 of their last 7 matches as they head into District 8-5A competition this week. Last week, the Panthers overcame several injuries on the boy's side of the lineup. CHHS was still able to crush the Fossil Ridge Panthers without dropping a match (19-0).
District begins this week with a home match vs Birdville on Tuesday for varsity. JV will travel to Birdville on Thursday afternoon. Good luck Panther tennis.
CHHS CROSS COUNTRY
The CHHS Cross Country team competed in two meets this weekend: the Lubbock ISD Invitational and the Coppell Invitational.
Six boys and six girls competed in the 5A varsity race in Lubbock. The girls raced extremely well, getting in or near the front of the race early on. The girls finished 5th with a 131 points They were a mere 5 points from 4th and 20 points from 3rd place. We had top 25 finishes from Sophie Leathers (9th), Gretchen Pfeiffer (18th), and Brenna Casey (23rd). The boys were lead by Senior Kory Ellis with a finishing time of 17:24and was was inside the top 50 at 48th place. The boys finished in 16th place.
The team competing at the Coppell Invitational was the second varsity team and performed well. The girls finished 7th with Deborah Hethcock at 40th and Colleen Casey at 44th. Freshman Erik Rangel lead the boys with a time of 18:25 at 55th. With the second varsity, the boys still finished 10th and were the best performing 5A school.