The Reed-Custer Comet track teams concluded their regular season schedule by participating in the Bishop McNamara Irish Relays Saturday. The Comets added 12 personal records to eclipse their old PR record set in 2014. Morgan Zacharias won the 100 with a new PR of 13.06. She was a member of the winning hurdle shuttle that included Emily Golaszewski, Alyssa Tiangco, and Alyssa Marrs. The girls just missed a new Irish Relays shuttle record by less than one second! The boys 4×4 team of Austin Horath, Shane Milburn, Zach Weaver, and B.J. Bailey won convincingly with a splendid time of 3:35.88. Robert Miller ran his best ever 1600 in a fast 5:00.24. Both Jon Cosatin and Christian Martinez bettered their season marks in the shot put with throws of 41’01 and 36’02 respectively. Both teams now prepare for the post-season sectional meets with their eyes set on qualifying for the state tournament in Charleston. The girls will compete this Friday in Seneca and the boys will compete the following Friday at Seneca.
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- Labor Day: No SchoolSeptember 3rd, 2018
CHATTER INSTAGRAM PAGEOur Speech Team placed 4th overall at the Seneca Invitational on December 8, 2018. Congrats to all individuals!The senior spotlight winner for the month of December is Marissa Williams. Marissa is the daughter of Jerry and Joy Williams. During her high school career, Marissa was involved in math team, track and field, FCCLA, SSA, student council, National Honor Society, and the Reed Custer Chatter. She was also a writing center tutor and an ACE winner.The senior spotlight winner for the month of November is Alyssa Faurot. Alyssa is the daughter of John and Michaelanne Faurot. During her high school career, Melissa was involved in FCCLA, NHS, Madrigals, concert choir, spring musical, student council, solo and ensemble, Broadway Review, and Thespians. She was also a homework depot tutor, a student of the month, and an ACE winner.Congratulations to the November 2018 ACE award winners: Madi Knight, Gianna Pinto, Riley Johnson, Logan Shaw, and Wil Crutchfield.