Cinco Ranch High School students have been busy competing in several academic and club contests, continuing the Cougar tradition.
Cinco Ranch Boys and Girls Bowling teams competed at the Region VIII championships with teams from Katy and the Conroe area.
The Girls Varsity (pictured L-R: Holly Payne, Sydney Tran, Rheilyn Cox-Rodabaugh, Samantha Bailey, Inessa Tate, Captain Isadora Tate, Hailey Tran, Morgan Ferguson) edged Taylor to finish Second and earn a trip to State Championships on March 25.
The Boys Varsity: Captain Jack Conrad, Cutter Thompson, Anderson Tate, Gavin Tan, Daniel Idishkin, Dylan Lincoln, Adolofo Dittrich, Carson Wagner gave it their all, but in the end fell just short of qualifying for States.
In Singles, Cutter Thompson, Anderson Tate, Jack Conrad, Sydney Tran and Rheilyn Cox Rodabaugh all competed and played well but none advanced to state.
FFA @ Katy ISD Livestock Show & Rodeo:
These exhibitors worked hard over the last 9 months, 5 months, or 45 days to prepare their animals for the show ring.
Cinco Ranch HS had many members compete in the Katy ISD Floral Challenge, Special Rodeo, Best Buddies Grand Drive and Scramble in the Katy Rodeo. Cinco Ranch FFA brought home 8 Championship banners and sold 32 animal projects in the Live Premium Auction on Saturday! Katy ISD Livestock show broke a record of $945,000 going back to our exhibitors in premium sale, barn sale & add on’s!
Katy ISD Floral Challenge Participants:
Lainey McDonald & Alejandro Pereira
Maddie Thomas & Hailey Tran
Caroline Kemner & Tazia Dickinson
Ciara Williams & Bella Keenoy
Danna Salazar & Kaelin Ring
Lily Ragsdale & Whitney McDonald
Elizabeth Mahady – Grand Champion Showmanship
Payne Rainosek – 3rd Place & Showmanship Callback
Jan Betancourt – 5th Place & Showmanship Callback
Brady Price – Showmanship Callback
Lucia Ball – Showmanship Callback
Sasha Stewart – Showmanship Callback
Lucy Schuler – Showmanship Callback
Ella Mirabelli – Showmanship Callback
Logan Bates – 8th Place
Rachel Grant – Reserve Overall Market Swine
Isaac Maya – Grand Champion Showmanship
Daisy Stovall – Reserve Champion Showmanship
Faith Piper – 1st Place & Showmanship Callback
Reagan Galloway – 2nd Place
Taya Charchuk – 3rd Place & Showmanship Callback
Emma Avery – 4th Place
Connor Reese – 8th Place
Justin Sapp – 10th Place
Whitney McDonald – 2nd Place
Riley Skinner – 4th Place
Aidan Plut – Showmanship Callback
Adison Baker – 1st Place & Showmanship Callback
Caroline DeBow – 3rd Place
Izzy Baldazo – 5th Place
Ciara Williams – 8th Place
Harmonnie Cantu – 3rd Place
Ellie Shanks – 7th Place
Laniey McDonald – 3rd Place & Showmanship Callback
Madison Thomas – 4th Place
Micah Thibodeaux – 7th Place
Class 1 Shea Rainosek – 3rd Place & Showmanship Callback
Class 4 Landon Sturdevant – 5th Place
Austin Carr – Grand Champion Overall Goat
Regina Gonzales – Reserve Grand Champion Overall Goat
McKenna Guyton – Grand Champion Showman
Ella Jordan – 1st Place & Showmanship Callback
Connor Matthesseen – 7th Place
Lily Ragsdale – 5th Place
Jayden Moon-Schneckenaichner – 7th Place
Holden Calkins – 9th Place
Cody King – 1st Place
Sydney Herring – 2nd Place
Bennett Rothwell – 7th Place
Sieanna Cantu – 8th Place
Alex Salinas – 9th Place
Philip Courtois – 10th Place & Showmanship Callback
Aubrey Watts – 2nd Place
Jacob Kohlmaier – 9th Place
Patrick Keener – 4th Place
Ariyanna Strong – Reserve Grand Champion Overall Lamb
Kaitlyn Lin – 4th place
Charlie Griffiths – 8th place
Mia Moderski – 9th place
Kaylee Martinez – 2nd Place & Showmanship Callback
Kaylee Barnett – 3rd Place
Payge Deen – 1st Place & Showmanship Callback
Lily Foremann – 5th Place
Cole Scott – 2nd Place
Morgan Thamm – 3rd Place
Best Buddies Grand Drive Participants:
Ibby Siebenman & McKenna Guyton – 3rd Place Lamb
McKenna Guyton – Old Katy Originals Service Award
Mia Moderski – Katy Rodeo Scholarship
Calf Scramble Winners
Ag Teacher Games:
Mrs. Gaines brought home the WIN against Seven Lakes & Mayde Creek Ag Teachers.
Technology Student Association (TSA):
The CRHS Technology Student Association (TSA) chapter participated in the Regional competition at Jordan HS. In the “STEM Olympics”, students compete in over one hundred events covering all aspects of STEM, ranging from Engineering Design to Photographic Technology and Digital Arts.
The CRHS Chapter advanced ten students to State in multiple events. State competition will be held in Fort Worth in April.
Matthew Watson set a Cinco record by finishing in 1st place and qualifying for State in four events:
Engineering Design Drawings
Engineering 3D printing
Codind 2nd Place – STATE Qualifier
Children’s Stories – 2nd Place – STATE Qualifier
CAD Architecture – 3rd Place – STATE Qualifier
Dragster Design – 3rd Place – STATE Qualifier
Flight Endurance – 4th Place – STATE Qualifier
Lone Star Exam – STATE Qualifiers
Samantha Nebrijo – Regional high score of 92
Software Development – 7th Place
Children’s Stories – 7th Place
Sophia Rivera Rojas
Audio Podcasting – 9th Place
Jake Van Slyke
Dragster Design – 9th Place
Software Development – 10th Place
Visual Art Scholastic Event (VASE) Competition:
The CRHS Art Department had 70 students participate in the TAEA Visual Art Scholastic Event (VASE). Students meet individually with a judge and participated in a critique that included prior written responses by the student and a discussion with their specific judge.
From the almost 2000 entries at the competition from multiple districts around Region 4W, 11 CRHS students had artwork chosen to advance to State VASE in April.
CRHS VEX Robotics to State Championship:
Two of Cinco’s Vex Robotics Teams have secured a spot in this year’s State Competition.
Team 24626Z, formed by Dimitris Kalafatis, Puneesh Kapoor, Stevie Oberhofer, Angelo Reyes, Arjun Somavarpu, and Delaney Tao, and Team 24626S with Barron Bryce, Aric Bulos, Nicolas Cohen, Tamim Hasan, and Lucca Marinaro will be participating in State Region 3 Championship.
Congratulations to all the Cinco Ranch High School students, hard working teachers, and sponsors who help to make these resources available!