2022-2023 A Year at a Glance

Cayla Garcia, Sports Reporter

As the 2022-2023 school year winds down, students feel emotional about the year coming to an end. Some students may never return to walk these halls, and some will be back in the fall to continue their courses. With that, CHS has had many memorable experiences during the 2022-23 school year.

August 29: CHS Football team won against Fayetteville, making that their first win of the season. 

September 16: It was reported that Brannon McMinn suffered from a Diffuse Axonal injury. He was in a coma for two weeks. 90% of people with this condition suffer or die. Brannon has made a really strong recovery and is back in school. 

September 19: Lonoke County Fair. FFA competed with their livestock.

September 29: CHS Football team beat the Jonesboro Hurricanes, thus winning the conference game. 

October 14: Homecoming day. Homecoming game before the dance. CHS beat the LR tigers. 

October 28: Cross Country both boys and girls won the Conference Championship.

November 11: Boys and girls golf both won the 2022 6A Central Conference.

January 19: CHS Cheer team went to Dallas, Texas for Nationals. They placed 3rd in their division. 

February 22: JUST club helped assist with Fields of Faith. 

March 1: CHS Women’s Bowling team placed first at State for the 9th year in a row. The Men’s Bowling team placed first for the 2nd year in a row.  

March 4: JROTC completed the Annual Death March. They walked, jogged or ran 14.2 miles to remember the atrocities the service members dealt with during the actual Bataan Death March in WWII.

March 10-12: The Anything Goes play was shown to the public. 

April 15: Panther Invitational Drill Meet. CHS JROTC took first place. 

April 22: Prom day, the theme was Candy Land. 

May 5: Band and Choir signings. 19 seniors were signed with Arkansas colleges to further continue their music career. 

Choir Signings: 

Kaylee Collins, Clarissa Cook, Reagan Dykes, Mackenzie Farr, Emma Hernandez, Gracie Lee, and Kelli Minge. 

Band Signings: 

Sacerio Cimino, Angel Dunkin, Keira English, Mason Eslick, Mackenzie Farr, Gabe Graff, Landyn Hammer, Anna Kendall, Braden Lee, Gracie Lee, Elijah Mitchell, Hunter Nease, Ella Peppers, Kristina Phipps, Konnor Pollzzie, Molly Self, Marah Starks, Braydon Waters, and Anna west. 

May 10-12: Archery competition. CHS ranked as a whole 110 out of 907.