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October 8, 2012By Wynette Jameson of Clear Creek High School
You’re invited! The CCHS Choir Department is presenting its annual Fall Concert in the CCHS Auditorium on Tuesday, 10/9, at 7:30 PM. The concert is free and open to the public, and we’d love to see you there. It should last less than an hour.
Audience members will get to see all choirs perform some difficult music – much of the music on the concert is music that was sung at the District Auditions, so it is All-State level music. For many of these pieces, our multiple smaller choirs will join together as a large Choral Union, creating a beautiful full sound that is impressive.
Additionally, you’ll see a small ensemble of our Region Choir men perform, our Concert Women’s choir, and our award-winning Symphonic Chorale. Finally, you’ll be treated to our Chamber Singers, who will sing a variety of music from the Renaissance period to current pop music (sung a capella in “Sing Off” style) including Coldplay’s Viva la Vida and Taio Cruz’s Dynamite.
We hope to see you there.
James Park, Choir Director
The Clear Creek varsity football team defeated Clear Falls 42-14 Saturday night run their record to 6 and 0. The team would like to thank all the faculty and staff for their support at the game. The team is now off to one of the best starts in school history. Come support your Wildcats this Friday as they travel to Dickinson to take on the Gators at 7 PM.
Girls Basketball tryouts will be Wednesday, October 17 after school in Butler Gym. Any female who is interested in playing basketball this year needs to stop by to see Coach Williams in Butler Gym, Coach Vitek in room C210 or Coach Lambert in room E105. You will need a physical prior to trying out.
Spanish Club will have our next meeting Tuesday after tutorials in Ms. Varsos’ room, E112. Please come to our meeting if you would like to be a part of Spanish Club this year. We will have snacks and drinks! At our meeting we will be discussing t-shirt ideas and the upcoming homecoming carnival.
The Speech & Debate Team competed at J Frank Dobie High School this past weekend with enormous success! Cameron Littleton placed 1st in Humorous Interp and 6th in Impromptu Speaking. This is Cameron’s second consecutive 1st place in Humorous Interp and is now State Qualified. Courtney Jaekel & Sarah Bennett place 1st in Duet Acting and 3nd in Duo Interpretation. Courtney also placed 4th in Poetry. Katelynn Barba & Rachel Petitti placed 2nd in Duet Acting and 2nd in Duo Interpretation. Sahar Jiwani & Meagan Puckett placed 1st in Novice Public Forum Debate, Meagan also placed 2nd and Sahar placed 4th in Novice Extemporaneous Speaking. Madeline Lindsay & Savannah Stevens placed 3rd in Novice Public Forum Debate. Claire Berlinger & Hannah Strebeck placed 5th in Duo Interpretation, Claire also placed 4th in Novice Prose. Heather Keenan placed 5th and Nataly Mena placed 6th in Prose. Maegen Hall placed 6th in Poetry, and Jessica Leach placed 5th in Novice Poetry. Sebastian Breaux placed 6th in Humorous Interpretation. Brendan Hudspeth placed 3rd for Best Speaker Award in Lincoln Douglas Debate. Overall the team placed 3rd in Sweepstakes Points out of 19 schools! Congratulations to team for an extremely successful tournament!
Congratulations to the Boys cross country team for finishing 2nd at the Liberty meet this past weekend. Finishing first in the meet was Tyler Martin. Other team members were Matt Kinsky, Brian Ritter, Fernando Rodriquez, Sean McClean, and Andrew Passatino. Also running for the team were Jackson Majewski, Kaleb Aurand, Devin Aurand, and Garrett Von Seggern.