CHS Principal's Newsletter

April 18, 2022

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Seniors

Don't forget that the CCEA Association Student Scholarship for education majors is due April 21. The Christine McKoy Drake Memorial Scholarship & The Alan and Ella Marie Burns Memorial Scholarship are both due April 22. See your Class of 2022 Schoology Group or CHS Guidance Office for applications!


Remember that the Officer David Brannon Memorial Scholarship is due April 27th! The Coach Dale W. Cook Memorial Scholarship & Jackson Lambert Outdoor Enthusiast Scholarship are both due April 29th! See your Class of 2022 Schoology Group or CHS Guidance Office for applications!

Schoology Groups

Seniors - Please check your Class of 2022 Schoology Group updates daily for scholarship listings and senior information. If you are not a part of this Schoology Group, please email Mrs. Bishop-Hollis so you can be added immediately.


Juniors, Sophomores and Freshman - Each of you have a Schoology Group that corresponds with your graduation year. Please check your Schoology Group for your class year weekly for updates on leadership opportunities, scholarships, class news, and more! If you are not a part of the Schoology Group for your graduation year, please email Mrs. Bishop-Hollis so you can be added right away.

CHS Varsity Boys 6A Area Champions

Congratulations to our Cullman High School Varsity Boys Soccer Team! They are the 6A Area 14 Soccer Champions. Tonight, they got another big win defeating Muscle Shoals 5-1.

Game Stats:
Brayden Freeman 2 goals,1 assist
Eduardo Fuentes 1 goal,1 assist
Trey Phillips 1 goal
Ninh Le 1 goal
Connor Swann 1 assist
Wyatt Harris 2 saves

Cullman High School will be hosting the first round of playoffs!
Stay tune for date and time.

The CHS Soccer program appreciates your support!!
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CHS Golf

CHS Golf

BOYS

The boys opened the season strong with a 2nd place finish in the Blue\Gray Invitational behind the defending 6A state champions Mt. Brook. The 2 day event was held at Wynlakes Country Club in Montgomery. Ben Shedd, Ian Willoughby, Will Drake and John Lunsford were the 4 counted scores with John Lunsford shooting a 2 over for the tournament placing him on the ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM.

John Lunsford, Will Drake, Ben Shedd, Ian Willoughby and Aaron Byrd followed with another 2nd place at the Northridge Invitational held at Ol' Colony in Tuscaloosa. Will Drake was 4th overall placing him on the ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM.

Other Highlights have been:

* A 3rd place finish in the Athens Golden Eagle

* A 4th in the Bob Jones Invitational.

* Will Drake shooting a -4 (68) and a -3 (69) on back to back days at Canebrake in Athens placing him on the ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM. Making the total for Will making 3 ALL TOURNAMENT TEAMS.

* John Lunsford and Ben Shedd both scoring in the 70's every round played this season.


GIRLS

The girls began their season with the 2 day Hoover March Madness Invitational. Finishing in the top 10 in one of the most competitive tournaments of the season. Kate Cost and Mary Charles Davis both finished in the top 25.

The girls followed that tournament up with another 10th place at the Spain Park Invitational held at Greystone in Hoover. Mary Charles Davis and Kate cost 15th and 10th respectively for another strong competitive field.

Then on Monday of Spring Break Mary Charles Davis, Kate Cost, Jazmin Conn and Lanie Cornelius went to Ol' Colony for the North Ridge Panther Classic in Tuscaloosa and Won it. Kate Cost 2nd overall with a 78 and Mary Charles Davis both making the ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM.

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Bert McGriff Memorial Golf Tournament

Cullman High School with co-host Adam Scott director of the Mississippi State PGA Golf Management Program held the Bert McGriff Memorial Monday and Tuesday. The 2 day tournament was held at 2 sites. On Monday the 17 teams on the ladies side played at TPCC and the 17 gentlemens teams played at Cross Creek. On Tuesday the men played TPCC and the ladies played Cross Creek. Several Head Coaches on both sides were quoted to say how awesome an experience this was and an incredibly well run and fun tournament. Not only did we host the 2 day 18 hole stroke play event, but also a mens and womens closest to the pin contest and a dinner hosted by TPCC with guest speakers Barry McGriff giving the history of TPCC but also an encouraging word about his father whom the event is named and Adam Scott Director of the MSU PGA Program. This is a huge event with a total of 165 golfers and 34 teams, and it couldn't have been pulled off without the hard work of Ches Harris, golf pro and director at Cross Creek and Matt Livengood, golf pro and director at TPCC and the many volunteers helping with checkin and lunches.


The Boys golf team won the Bert McGriff Memorial Monday and Tuesday by a comfortable 11 strokes. The 2 day event was held at 2 courses and against 16 of the best teams in the state, such as Vestavia Hills, Hartselle, Enterprise, Athens, Huntsville, Bob Jones, Scottsboro, Florence, Muscle Shoals and several others.

John Lunsford finished 2nd overall with a +1 for the 2 day total placing him on the All Tournament team. Will Drake also made the All Tournament team with a 2 day combined score of +4 placing him 5th overall. Ben Shedd just missed the all tournament team placing 7th overall with a +6 for the 2 days.


In a very competitive field the CHS Girls finished 4th out of 17 teams, behind Hewitt Trussville, Hartselle, and Spanish Fort. But beating Muscles Shoals, Homewood, Vestavia Hills, Hoover, Bob Jones, Athens.

Kate Cost finished 5th overall shooting an 81 and 77 for the 2 day event at two different courses. Mary Charles Davis finished 9th overall with an 81 and 80.

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CHS Choir and Theatre Spring Break Trip

This past Spring Break, over 70 CHS Choir and Theatre students and their parents made their way to Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida! They had a blast enjoying the park and seeing possible future professional performing opportunities! A big thank you to CHS admin, school board members, and Mr. Kalhoff for allowing them the opportunity to experience this wonderful trip!
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CHS Girls Soccer Weekly Recap

The GV hosted Decatur on Tuesday night at Oliver Woodard Stadium and won by a score of 5-4. Jeta Falcon and Mimi Lunsford both scored two goals on the night and each had one assist. Abby Morrow also added a goal and had an assist for the Lady Cats.


The GJV hosted Decatur on Tuesday night at Oliver Woodard Stadium and won by a score of 3-0. Anna Farrell had 2 goals on the night and Alexia Harris had 1 goal as well.



On Thursday night the GV hosted Hartselle and won 4-0. Elley Atchison had 2 goals on the night and Ava Flores and Mimi Lunsford both had goals as well. The GJV also won against Hartselle on Thursday 7-0. Alexia Harris had 3 goals on the night. Samantha Cortes, Lily Lambert, Kylie Oliver, and Macie Manning all added goals on the night.


The GV has won their last 4 games and the GJV has won their last 5. Both teams travel to Hartselle on Tuesday to finish up Area play.

Track and Field: Mountain Brook Invitational

Date: Friday, Saturday April 15-16 @ Mountain Brook High School

Teams Competing: (61 teams)


We had a tremendous number of personal records and season best performances including our relays that didn't earn us points due to the extreme depth of talent at this meet (61 teams represented), but in regard to the state of our team, we are in a much better place moving forward to the championship phase of our season. We are two weeks away from our 6A Section 4 Championship meet at Scottsboro.


Team Scores


Boys

13th Cullman 19 points


Girls

20th Cullman 9 points


Point Scorers

Relays


Jumps

3rd Jamar Kay Long Jump (21-03)

Throws

3rd Sarah Kate Dockery Discus Throw (102-07)

6th Tatum Nixon Discus Throw (97-09)

6th Patrick Adcock Discus Throw (136-07)

5th Sawyer Trimble Javelin Throw (157-06) *Just over 1 foot from the School Record

7th Drew Ball Javelin Throw (147-09)

7th Patrick Adcock Shot Put (45-03)

Sprints/Mid-Distance

7th Troy Adkison 2-Mile Run (9:35.41)


Next Competition:

North Alabama Jr. High & JV Gold Circuit Championship (Friday, April 22)

Big Cat Varsity Invitational (Saturday, April 23)

CHS Choir

This past March, five CHS choir students auditioned and were invited to attend the Alabama All-State Choral Festival at the BJCC. They worked with world-renowned choral directors and sang alongside the best singers in the state. We are so proud of their great accomplishment! Congratulations to Ashlei Bryant, Maleah Hunt, Lana Gibson, Aubrey Martin, and Olivia Shelton!
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Cullman High School ~ Home of the Bearcats

Cullman High School ~ Home of the Bearcats

Cullman High School is a public education school for students in grades 9 - 12. We are a part of the Cullman City School System. Cullman High School strives to consistently communicate and model our mission statement - "Inspiring Students for Lifelong Success - Through Character, Citizenship, and Scholarship."

Kim Hall, Principal