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Cumberland High School
1000 8th Avenue, Cumberland, WI  54829

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Cumberland High School, grades 9 through 12, is designed to meet the needs of all students through a wide variety of academic opportunities. Students receive personalized assistance from a dedicated staff in a variety of academic courses that enable them to achieve their academic and future career goals.  The high school's focus is on providing a strong academic curriculum with high expectations for all students.  All core subjects are offered to meet the standard requirements for graduation. The music and drama departments provide other excellent opportunities in band, chorus and theatre. The high school has multiple pathways to assure literacy in computer technology. Many extra-curricular activities in sports, service clubs, academics, art and the performing arts are also offered.

All-Conference Teams Named


Several Cumberland Athletes finished up their fall seasons on All-Conference teams named last week.


The first one named, was Junior Isaac Bucher, who was named a Honorable Mention goalie on the Middle Border All-Conference Soccer Team. Bucher, in his first year out for the sport, showed good athleticism in playing most of the teams minutes in goal this fall. He had numerous games with 20 or more saves. Bennett Paulson, a senior from Amery, was the first team choice. Barron finished third, but qualified for the State Tournament next weekend in Division 4.


Senior Annie Larson was named to the Second Team All-Conference squad in Volleyball. A four-year setter, Larson had as many assists in her career as anyone who has played for Cumberland. An excellent athlete, Larson has been an excellent three-sport athlete for Cumberland during her four-year career.


Finally, Junior Peyton Rose was named as a Second Team Defensive back and Honorable Mention quarterback, while Senior Ethan Roeschlein was a Honorable Mention running back on the 2015 HON All-Conference Football Team.


Rose had two interception returns for touchdowns this fall, while also throwing for 631 yards and eight touchdowns from his quarterback position during the Conference season. He added 300 rushing yards to his performance. He will be one of the Conference’s top returning players.


Roeschlein, meanwhile, did a little of everything for the Beavers including 478 rushing yards and catching 18 passes for 225 yards. He also returned seven kickoffs for a 22.9 yards per return. He was a big part of the Cumberland attack all fall.

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