Wildcat Web News 9.10.19

Wynette Jameson, Publications Advisor

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Tonight Creek Volleyball has a big home match vs. Pearland with the Varsity playing at 6:00 in Carlisle Fieldhouse

 

-Coach Simonds

 

 

PTSA will be selling popcorn  Wednesday, 9/11 during all 3 lunches for $1.  All proceeds go to PTSA Scholarships.

 

Attention Wildcats!! This week, varsity football faces Channelview and Student Council would like to invite you to join us aswe Freak out the Falcons and wear mismatched, wacky or tacky outfits.

See you at the game Friday night!!!

 

-Mr. Moore

 

Band

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Girls Varsity Cross Country Team competed at the Region III Preview Meet in Huntsville on Saturday and took 2nd Place Overall as a Team! Your top Lady Wildcat finishers included Allie Cummings in 7th Place, Leslie Palma in 11th Place and Rachel Passantino in 13th Place out of a field of 115 runners!

Girls Junior Varsity Cross Country Team competed in Galveston on Friday and took 3rd Place Overall as a Team! Your top Lady Wildcat finishers included Sammy Salazar in 8th Place, Carlee Jackson in 12th Place, and Cecilia Gammon in 15th Place out of a field of 350 runners!

Congratulations to the Lady Wildcats!!!

 

-Coach Zepeda

 

 

Creek Debate amps up the success this weekend from the Pasadena High School tournament with students starting their path to the state tournament.

Junior Meghan Lindquist placed 3rd in Humorous Interpretation receiving 3 state points and was your tournament champion in Dramatic Interpretation. She now has 7 of her 12 points needed for her state qualification in DI and it is only September.

Junior Hayden Rinehart placed 3rd in Lincoln-Douglas debate and received 4 state points, placed 6th in Foreign Extemp receiving 1 state point, and placed 8th in Humorous Interpretation.

Junior Jada Williams placed 6th in Dramatic Interpretation receiving 1 state point

Sophomore Anyia Jones-Shankle placed 3rd in Prose Interpretation and was a semi-finalist in Poetry.

 

-Mr. Darby

 

This Tuesday Creek Volleyball has a big home match vs. Pearland with the Varsity playing at 6:00 in Carlisle Fieldhouse

-Coach Simonds

 

Starting on Monday, September 9, the Cafeteria will begin selling 

          Chick-Fil-A Sandwiches

*Sold in Snackbar Lines ONLY

*Regular and Spicy Sandwiches

*Limited Quantities

*$5 Per Sandwich

 

Juniors and Seniors interested in joining Science National Honor Society should stop by E131 to pick up an application. Application are due on September 20th.”

Thank you,

Ms. Warden

 

National English Honor Society applications are out! Stop by E211 to grab an application located on the door in a manila envelope. They are due back Friday, Sept 13th!

-Mrs. Hernandez

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