ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES
I would like to introduce myself and say thank you to the Custer County community for this outstanding opportunity! My name is Caden Parker, your new Athletic Director! Sports are my passion and the students are my “why!” I am from the small town of Eads, CO and have a deep history in sports as a former 3 sport athlete, Middle School coach, High School coach, and Assistant on the CSU-Pueblo Men’s Basketball Team. With that said, I could not be more excited for this year to come. We hope to see the COVID-19 restrictions continue to be lifted as our athletes continue to perform under the CHSAA bylaws and guidelines.
At this point in time we are anticipating a traditional start to fall sports (Cross Country, Volleyball, and Football) and are eagerly anticipating the debut of our new lights at Henrich Field! Student-Athletes can anticipate a fresh start this year as we are able to resume a traditional schedule and many new faces amongst our coaching staff in many of our sports! My goal is to cultivate a passion for athletics amongst our students, drawing these young individuals to the excellent life lessons learned in the classroom, on the mat, field, and court alike! Our staff is dedicated to our students and excited to be serving this community!
Thank you families, students, and our community for the dedication, time and effort you give-- it does not go unnoticed. To our community-- we can not wait to see you all in the stands as our athletes, coaches, and myself will be working hard to continue giving you something to be proud of!
Track and Field
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Custer County Schools Fight Song
"Oh, the Blue and the Gold over all,
May they rise to the sky, never fall.
The world looks to them in their flight;
They are the colors for which we fight.
We’re the students of CCHS.
The school that is always the best.
We’ve stood every trial, every test.
And now the Blue and Gold will
Fight, fight, fight, forever!"
Treats opponents with respect
Plays hard, but plays within the rules
Exercises self-control at all times, setting the example for others to follow
Respects officials and accepts their decisions without gesture of argument
Wins without boasting, loses without excuses, and never quits
Always remembers that it is a privilege to represent the school and community
Treats own players, and opponents with respect
Inspires in the athletes a love for the game and the desire to compete fairly
Is the type of person he/she wants the athletes to be
Disciplines those on the team who display unsportsmanlike behavior
Respects the judgment and interpretation of the rules by the officials
Know he/she is a teacher, and understands the athletic arena is a classroom
Attempts to understand and be informed of the playing rules
Appreciates a good play no matter who makes it
Cooperates with and responds enthusiastically to cheerleaders
Shows compassion for an injured player; applauds positive performances; does not heckle, jeer or distract players, and avoids use of profane and obnoxious language, and behavior
Respects judgment and strategy of the coach, and does not criticize players or coaches for loss of a game
Respects property of others and authority of those who administer the competition
Censures those whose behavior is unbecoming
Eligibility to participate in interscholastic athletics shall be determined with reference to the Constitution and by-laws of the Colorado High School Activities Association and the rules and regulations of the school district. School rules will be applicable for grade eligibility. Custer County Secondary School has a weekly eligibility policy.
Students are required to pass all subjects with a 60% or higher to participate in activities or athletic events including all school sponsored dances. Students with two "D's" or one "F" cannot participate in any athletic event or extra-curricular activities. Participation in practices will be at the discretion of the individual coach. Our eligibility is done one week at a time, reported on Monday for that school week. Telephone notification will be made. If you have a student failing a class, please contact the teacher to see what can be done to help the student.
In pursuit of excellence, the Colorado High School Activities Association strives to create a positive and equitable environment in which all qualified student participants are challenged and inspired to meet their highest potential.
To fulfill this mission the Colorado High School Activities Association will:
Act as an integral component of the educational process.
Administrate, interpret, and seek compliance with the CHSAA By-laws as needed to promote fair play within Colorado activities and athletics.
Provide diverse and equitable opportunities for participation that encourages all qualified students to take part in the activity/athletic experience.
Provide an environment that enhances personal development through sporting behavior, character education, teamwork, leadership, and citizenship while increasing values that partner the educational standards of the State of Colorado.
Recognize the outstanding accomplishments of Colorado athletes, teams, coaches, and administrators through our academic and activity awards programs.