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Trapshooting: Challengers On Target

Cascade Christian senior Lily Akins led the Challengers with a first place finish among female shooters in her conference in a recent meet. For Akins, its another fine achievement in her high school trapshooting career- one that includes shooting a perfect 25 for 25 (as noted by our feature photo). Fellow senior Grace Bailey took

Challenger Cheer Plans Busy Summer of Fundraising

Excellence has no offseason. With an eye towards nationals next February, the cheerleaders of Cascade Christian are hard at work raising funds for 2021 nationals. Coach Becky Abbott says, “It may be a little [different] fundraising in the year 2020 but our goals remain the [same], to make it to the United Spirit National Championships.” 

CCHS Athletic Director: Athletes Encouraged To Sign Up For Next Year’s Sports

Even as this school year draws to a close, Cascade Christian is preparing for the next school year. What does that look with COVID-19? The following letter went out via FACTS today from Athletic Director Nate Mayben: CCMS/CCHS Parents and Guardians First off, I would like to say thank you to all our families and

New Boy’s Soccer Coach Eager To Get Started

Though southern Oregon isn’t regarded as a soccer hot bed, there aren’t a shortage of capable coaches. For Cascade Christian, there was a nice list of possibilities, but after a prayerful and considerable process, the school turns to a coach growing in familiarity to the Cascade campus. Javier De La Mora, whose coaching resume includes

Cascade Christian Takes 3rd in OSAA Cup, Top Local Finisher

Congratulations to the student-athletes of Cascade Christian! The Challengers finished third at the Oregon 3A level in the OSAA Cup at the Oregon 3A level. CCHS edged out crosstown rival St. Mary’s, as Cascade amassed 1,866 points, to the Crusaders 1,842. For the competition, the OSAA governing body awards points for performance in academics, athletics,

Challengers Softball, Girl’s Tennis, Band #1 For Academic All-State

While they didn’t have a chance to score in their fields of competition, the Challengers girls softball team, tennis team and our band (in a tie with Burns) all finished first for Academic All-State, according to the OSAA. This means our teams had the highest cumulative GPA at our level. Our other spring programs also

Scaglione Chooses Arizona Christian

Challenger swimmer Braedon Scaglione has signed a letter of intent to attend and compete at Arizona Christian in Phoenix, Arizona next year. Surrounded by coaches and family, one of the top swimmers in the Oregon small high school ranks made his intentions known. Braedon says, “I chose AC because they contacted me letting me know

CCHS Alumni Signs With Philadelphia Eagles

What do Antonio Gates, John Randle, Wes Welker, Tony Romo and Kurt Warner have in common? They were undrafted out of college, but went on to have outstanding NFL careers. Dante Olson aspires to join them. The Philadelphia Eagles are offering the Cascade Christian (’15) alum that opportunity. A Buck Buchanan Award winner the re-wrote

Stadium Lights To Salute Class of 2020

Starting Friday, April 17th, the stadium lights on Filed #10 at US Cellular Community Park will be turned on in salute of the Class of 2020. The field is home to many Cascade Christian Challengers sporting events- including football, and boy’s and girl’s soccer. At 20:20 military time- 8:20 pm- the lights will go on

OSAA: Suspension Of Spring Play Continues, No Further Cancellations Yet

According to a press release issued Wednesday, the OSAA is continuing to hold the line on the suspension of spring sports, but are not at this time cancelling any additional championship events. The OSAA Executive Board held an online meeting to discuss the latest developments regarding the COVID-19 situation. Up to this point the Board