Striving for Excellence

Students Striving for Excellence

Colville Students striving for Excellence in both Academics and Extracurricular Activity.

Colville FFA Wins State Championship!

 

The Colville FFA Trap Team traveled to Wenatchee Friday, April 13th to compete in the WA State FFA Trap Competition.  Twenty-six schools were represented with 31 squads and included 150 participant shooters from all over Washington state.  Colville #1 Squad took 1st place over-all with a score of 367 making them the new WA State Champions!!! The Colville FFA Trap Team was awarded the traveling Memorial Trophy which was last won by Colville in 2013.  The Colville Team name along with the High Over-all Man (Cody Merrill) and Woman will also be placed on a Memorial plaque that is kept at the Wenatchee Gun Club.

 

Colville's Cody Merrill was the High Over-all Men's shooter. 

Tanner Merrill tied for 5th place in the Men's Division and after the shoot-off, came out in 6th place.

Kiley Kemmer took 2nd place High Over-all Women's shooter.

Kiley Kemmer also took 4th place in "Miss N Out".

Caden Baskin won 3rd place in "Chipper" with Cody Merrill taking 5th place in "Chipper".

Madison Moorhead and her partner from another school won 2nd place in the "Buddy Shoot".

Megan Moorhead boasted a new personal best for herself with 60 / 100 clays shot.

 

The Wenatchee State FFA Shoot will finish off the season for the Colville FFA Trap Team.  The Colville Team had an excellent season and can boast 5 wins out of the 6 competitions they attended.  The Team will be losing Senior Madison Moorhead as she graduates, but will be gaining several new up and coming shooters.  

 

 

Pictured:

Back row from left:  

Emmett Enright, Skyler Merrill, Tanner Merrill, Caden Baskin, Dravin Ray

Front row from left:

Volunteer coach Dave Baskin, Megan Moorhead, Madison Moorhead, Cody Merrill, Becky Kemmer, Kiley Kemmer, and Coach Crystal Merrill.

Not pictured:

Sara Maxwell and Lane Pierce.

State Trap 2018

Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival 


Choir

When you see the choir kids around school this week, be sure to congratulate them. They took 1st Place in the A division at the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival on Friday. This was really a big deal to these kids. As a result, they got to perform a song on the big stage at the Kibbie Dome in front of a huge audience.  Another great reason to be proud of Colville High School!


CHS robotics club
Robotics Club

Saturday 6 students from the CHS robotics club traveled down to EWU for the NAVY underwater robotics competiton.
2 people per team
students picked their own teams.
Jasper Nelson and Sam Hofstetter placed 8th
Sloan Lehman and Revva Mertens placed 4th  They are 2nd Alternate for Nationals
and
Cole Bickle and Arrora Thomas placed 2nd and qualified for the National Navy Underwater
robotics competition
June 1 thru 3, 2018
at University Massachusetts in Dartmouth Massachusetts. 

State Qualifiers