Custer County Accomplishments

High School Girls Basketball takes Regional Championship and earns way to 2016 State Championships.

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The following students auditioned and were accepted into the following honor choirs: 

 

All-State Choir:
Bennet Zeller

 

ASU "Top of the Nation Honor Choir":
Michael Batson
Noah Tillotson
Bennet Zeller
Holly Wenger
Noelle Zeller

 

Western Slope Honor Choir:
Noah Tillotson
Bennet Zeller
Holly Wenger
Noelle Zeller

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Edgar Pedigo, Andrew Feldmann, Cody Koble and Dalton Wommack earn a trip to the Wrestling State Championships.

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Congratulations to Andrew Slawski for being the Custer County School Spelling Bee Champion and moving on to compete in the State Spelling Bee in Denver in March.

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Congratulations to the following Custer County Bobcat Band members who were accepted into the 2016 Southern Colorado Honor Band:

 

Michael Batson, Cynthia Corella, Thomas Dryer, Tyler Ferron, Katlyn Freeburg, Dominic Garcia, Aden Hatton, Jenna Henrich, Daniel Kennedy, Kayli Short, Kayla Carter, Katha Stanglechner, and Emilee Woolery

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State and Regionals for Cross County:

 

Kayla Carter, freshman, ran her way to a 1st Place finish and Katlyn Freeburg, senior, crossed the line with a respectable 13th Place along with Senior Kayli Short in 23rd place to send the entire girls team to the State Championships. The girls all made the Les Schwab All-State Academic team.

 

Jerald Taylor, junior, came in 2nd Place earning him a well deserved trip to State.

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2015 State Track & Field Medals:

Corey Lewenkamp - 2nd in Mile & 2-Mile

Serenity Ham - 3rd in 100m Hurdles & 300m Hurdles

Dillon Wommack - 5th in 300m Hurdles

Denver Mullett - 7th in Triple Jump

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Congratulations to the following 2015 Sangres Art Guild Award Recipients:

 

1st Place: “Toros in Space” by Kody Aldrich

2nd Place: “Selfie Cube” by Rachael Schneider

3rd Place: “Wisdom Tree” by Savannah Cordova

 

Honorable Mentions:

  • “Mountain Life” by Michael Franta

  • “The Seeing Eye” by Kyndall McEwen

  • “Do You See Me Now” by Kayli Short

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Custer County High School has been recognized nationally by US News and World Report as a Bronze Medal winner.

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School Records Broken in Track & Field in 2015:

Corey Lewenkamp in the Mile and 2-Mile &

Serenity Ham in the 100 Meter Hurdles

 

7 Student-Athletes Qualify for State Meet

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High School Student of the Month - May 2015:

Emma Reinke

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Madeleine Woods is a 2015 Boettcher Scholarship recipient.

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709 Main Street, P.O. Box 730, Westcliffe, CO 81252, School Office - (719) 783-2291, Fax - (719) 783-4944

Background photo courtesy of 2015 Custer County graduate Brittanee Bohannan

 

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