Wildcat Web News 2.29.16

Wynette Jameson, Publication Advisor

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The tennis team competed in the Foster/Holtman Varsity Tournament this weekend and outstanding play came from the following:

Ford Cunningham & Jessi Nifong placed 1st in A mixed doubles and remain undefeated on the spring season
Michael Raji placed 2nd in A boys singles
Karolina Pazdrak placed 1st in B Girls Singles
Adam Moore & Clark Crookston placed 1st in consolation A Boys doubles
Ryan Fanders & Michael Nelson placed 1st in consolation B boys doubles

Coach Marrie

Congratulations to the girls water polo team for taking 5th place in the Brook Battlefield Tournament and to the boys water polo team for taking 1st place- by defeating Strake Jesuit by a score of 9-8.

Come watch the teams play their first district match Tuesday night @ Clear Falls girls play 5:30
boys play 6:30

Anne Woolweaver

This was a busy and competitive weekend for the speech and debate team. We have a few students get really close to nationals by getting eliminated right before the final round. But we also had some really good news in that Seniors Sahar Jiwani and Christina Morrison qualified for Nationals and will be representing Clear Creek in Salt Lake City, this summer.
Brian Darby

The CC Men’s Soccer teams faced Clear Falls on Friday.
The Varsity team won 6-2 with goals from Alvaro Anez and Reece Winters and 4 goals from Cooper Wamack.
This victory seats the team firmly in 4th place and 1 point behind Brazoswood who comes to Creek to play tomorrow night.
JV takes on Brazoswood at 5:00 in the stadium and Varsity at 7:00.
Come out and support the team…LETS GET ROWDY!!!

Chris Cobb

Applications for Child Guidance (Trooper School) and Teacher Education and Training need to be turned in by this Friday, March 4. You may still pick one up in the counselor’s office, the Pods, or with Mrs. Fanders or Mrs. Radicioni.

Congratulations to the Creek DECA team who competed this past this past weekend at its state competition in San Antonio. With more than 4400 competitors in attendance, Creek advanced eight national qualifiers, beating out all other CCISD schools. The following students will now move on to compete at the DECA national competition held in Nashville, Tennessee in April.

Seniors – Christina Morrison and Julia Brito
Juniors – Diego Allison, Lydia Haregot, Avery Little and Richard Jiang
Sophomores – Mercedes Holmes and Peyton Linder

Shawn Mosley, MBA

Congratulations to Katelyn Zaro and Montserrat Montoya. They got 3rd place in First Aid/CPR at Area HOSA competition this past weekend. They will compete at state competition in April.

Lindsay R. Elcure, CCLS, CPhT

Next week is Teen Tech Week in the library! Do you want to be on the MineCraft team competing against Clear Springs High School in the MineCraft throwdown? If so, come by the library today and sign up!!

Laura Gladney-Lemon

Clear Creek High Cheer Tryouts
Mandatory meeting for anyone interested in cheerleader or “Willie the Wildcat” for the school year 2016-2017.
Place: CCHS Auxiliary Cafeteria
Date: March 7th, 2016
Time: 6:30 P.M.-8:00 P.M.
Attendees: Parents and students
***Applications will be distributed at the meeting.
Gwen Cash

Can you have this announced Tuesday-Friday?

Attention all PAL applicants, don’t forget your PAL applications are due Friday, March 4 in Ms. Bryan’s room (B105).


Becki Bryan

Congratulations to our amazing art students. This weekend 38 students participated with 50 works of art. Out of those 50 pieces Creek artists received 46 regional medals for excellence!!! 17 of those will advance to the State competition in April in San Antonio.

The Students advancing to State level are:
Rockey Batterson – drawing
Alexis Brewer – jewelry
Skye Caviness-Lembo – drawing
Kristal Dillehay – jewelry
Ruben Flores – sculpture
Michael Gray – Drawing
Audrey Hayes –drawing
Bailee Henneke = sculpture
Avery Little – sculpture
Kaitlyann Mendoza – drawing
Dominic Nguyen – drawing
Miquel Nunez – drawing
Mei Robson – drawing
Sabrina Shepherd – sculpture
Aleena Stamness – drawing
Sarah Wilson – Jewelry
Avery Wood – sculpture

The 21 Regional Medalists in 3D are:
Alexis Brewer – 2 jewelry
Kristal Dillehay – 1 jewelry and 1 sculpture
Ruben Flores –2 sculpture
Bailee Henneke – sculpture
Avery Little – 2 sculpture
Sabrina Shepherd – 2 sculpture
Sarah Wilson – 2 Jewelry
Avery Wood – 2 sculpture
Madeline Castillo – 2 sculpture
Diana Morales – 2 sculpture
Sarah Stegemoeller –sculpture
Emma Wagenknect – sculpture

The 25 Regional Medalists in 2D are:
Rockey Batterson – drawing
Skye Caviness-Lembo – drawing
Michael Gray – Drawing
Audrey Hayes –drawing
Kaitlyann Mendoza – drawing
Dominic Nguyen – drawing
Miquel Nunez – drawing
Mei Robson – drawing
Aleena Stamness – drawing
Timothy Brazel – drawing
Jake Gonzales – drawing
Mikayla Hixson – drawing
Hailey Martin – drawing
Samantha Pistone – drawing
Reese Plunkett – drawing
Ashlyn Sharp – drawing
Isabel Hu – painting
Toni Claire Tacorda – painting
Erin McTaggert – drawing
Erica Xu – ptintmaking
Mei Robson – drawing
Alison Wilkes – drawing
Dominic Nguyen – drawing
Lisa Moss – 1mixed media and 1 drawing

Terri Foltz-Fox

It’s that time of year again! We are selling pies from House of Pies in Houston! This year we will be selling the following pies:

Strawberry Rhubarb

If you would like to purchase a pie (or more) please [email protected] no later than this Friday, March 4 to place your order. All pies are $18 and will arrive on March 22.

Thank you!

Natalie Terry, Ag Science Teacher