Sports

2020 CHS POWERLIFTING TEAM

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THE 2020 CALDWELL HIGH SCHOOL POWERLIFTING TEAM is, from left, Coach Nicholas Smith, boys, Daniel Torres, Anthony Sandoval, Ryan Broaddus, Zeke Flores, Delvin Morris, David Schoeneman, Gavin Anglin, Garrett Tittle, girls, Michaela Jaster, Katherine Hart, Karly Fritsche, Jacey Vykukal, Addison Reed and Caroline Supak. -- Photo courtesy of Dianne Pursch Photography

2020 HORNET VARSITY BASEBALL

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THE 2020 CALDWELL HORNET VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM is, from left, top, Kenedy Cavin (manager), Hayden Vollentine, Wade Tittle, Barrett Spacek, Ryan Shupak, Kyle Cunningham, Logan Knesek, Jenna Johnson (manager), middle, Charles Sleeth, Mark Revilla, Garrett Tittle, Cayden Maxwell, Tyland Lackey, Bryce Blinka, Collin Gammage, bottom, Tabor Dowell, Kain Sanchez, Tristan Ballard, Tanner Kubicek, Ian Reyes and Cameron Schultz. -- Photo courtesy of Dianne Pursch Photography

2020 LADY HORNET TRACK

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“Each young lady on this team is very special to me. Although we didn’t get to compete at many meets and finish the season as we had hoped, I am extremely proud of how hard all these girls worked this year and I am looking forward to next year. To my seniors, thank you so much for the last four years. Your leadership and drive has helped this program to be successful and I will miss you all.” -- Kyndall Tonn, Caldwell High School Head Girls Track Coach

2019-2020 CHS GOLF TEAMS

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This year’s golf team was an absolute joy to be around. I am very proud of their work and scores, as well as the quality of character each possess. We consistently lowered scores each week, with our best golf yet to be played.

2020 LADY HORNET SOFTBALL

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“Although this season didn’t ‘play out’ the way we had planned, the time we had together was definitely memorable with this great group of student athletes. Our seniors hold a special place in my heart and will be greatly missed. And as for the rest of my Lady Hornets, cherish the times we have had this year on the field and look forward to new memories to come. Sting’em!”

Physical Education at home...

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CARTER AND HAVEN SOUTHERNWOOD are building their first garden with Nana out of an old paddle boat. Carter is five-years-old and in Sandra Stone’s Pre-K class at First Baptist School in Caldwell.