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1000 8th Avenue, Cumberland, WI  54829


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.

Forensics Team Competes at State
Medals from Madison Earned!

This past weekend (April 11-12) the Cumberland High School Forensics team competed at the state competition in Madison. Team members may earn either a gold, silver, bronze, or small bronze award at this level of competition. A gold is earned if the student earns a perfect score or a 25/25. A silver signifies that one point was deducted. A bronze is earned if up to five points were deducted. A small bronze is earned if more than five points were deducted. Jenna Green earned a perfect score or a gold medal award at the competition for her prose piece. Micah Weltzin and Kait Dorn earned a silver award for their play acting duo performance. Amaris Vesley earned silver in her poetry performance. Veronica Vicich, Tenley Hoefer, and Kela Vicich earned a silver award for their play acting performance. Rachel Korntved earned a bronze award for her solo acting performance. Shanna Frasier earned a bronze for her prose piece. Aspen Hatzenbeller earned a bronze award for her four-minute speech. Kessa Huebner, Molly Nickell, Cassie Callow, and Peyton Johnson earned a bronze award for their group interpretation performance. All team members of the CHS team represented our school well! It was an extremely successful season!

Track Team Runs in HON Indoor Meet at UW-Superior, Softball Team Wins Twice; Loses Close Game to Boyceville

The Cumberland Track Team ran at a HON Indoor Meet held last Saturday at UW-Superior. Northwestern easily won the Women’s competition, while Chetek/Weyerhaeuser took the Men’s events. The Cumberland girls took seventh, while the boys were eighth in the meet.

One competitor who did have a great day was Sophomore Sara Behling, who won both the Girl 55 Meter Hurdles in 9.70 and the Girl’s 200 Meters, where she ran a 33.00. Second place in the 55 Meters was Taya McClure of Northwestern, who ran a 11.00, finishing well back of Behling. “She had a great day,” said Coach JR Buckley.

Other girls doing well included Aaliyah Williams, who was third in the High Jump at 4’8”and 10th in the 200 Meter dash and Jenna Romanowski, who was 12th in the 200 meters and was the only competitor in the triple jump, where she leaped 27’6”. Romanowski finished up her fine day with a ninth in the 55 Meter dash.

For the boys, Max Sykes also had some solid success. The Junior athlete took fourth in the 55 Meter Hurdles with a 9.30 and third in the High Jump with a 5’8” jump. Sykes was fourth in the High Jump in last years HON Outdoor Meet. 

Blaine Stetler added a seventh in the Triple Jump and an eighth in the Long Jump, while Ben Stone was fifth in the Shot Put with a throw of 38’5” and Taylor Pease was seventh in the same event. 

The team’s next scheduled meet is Thursday April 24, when the team travels to Spooner for a HON opener.



The Cumberland Softball Team got their season off and running by playing three games last weekend. The team traveled to St. Croix Falls on Friday, winning 19-5, before playing in the Boyceville Tournament on Saturday, defeating Cameron 17-11 and losing to the home team Bulldogs 7-6.

The bats were in midseason form, scoring 42 runs in the three games. A tremendous start to the season by junior Brea Johnson was a big reason for the offensive outburst.

Johnson did her best impression of Hank Aaron, going 11 for 15 with three homeruns, three triples, and nine RBI’s over the two days. “Brea was on fire,” said Coach Courtney Jensen. Her season opened with a five for five day at St. Croix Falls and she never cooled off. She even threw in a pair of stolen bases for good measure.

Jensen also received solid offensive statistics from Senior Carley Green, who was 7 for 14, and Senior Emily Anderson and Junior Alanis Van Erp, who each went five for 13. Van Erp added five RBI and Green four. The team also only struck out 11 times in the three contests.

Pitching wise, Kalley Bergstrom took the two victories, while Green was the loser against Boyceville. Bergstom pitching 13 innings walking 10 and striking out 14. Brea Johnson also got a couple innings of work. “I thought they threw well for the first time out,” added Jensen.

Jensen was also pleased with the girls overall effort. “It was great to get outside and play. We hope to get better each time out. It was certainly a good stat to the season. We gave ourselves a chance to win all three games,” she said.

One area needing shoring up is defense, where the team committed nine errors leading to 13 unearned runs.

Cumberland is scheduled to play next Tuesday at Bloomer and next Thursday at Hayward as HON action starts. “We’re anxious to see what we can do in Conference play,” concluded Jensen.

Accounting Students Read to Elementary Students
Participate in the "Big Read" as part of Money Smart Week Wisconsin

Money Smart Week Wisconsin, has been scheduled for April 5 – 12. Accounting students will  be participating in “The Big Read” event by going down to Mrs. Sommerfeld’s kindergarten classroom to teach the students about personal finance. They will be reading two books “Curious George Saves His Pennies” by Margret and HA Rey and “Bunny Money” by Rosemary Wells. Each student will receive a complimentary copy of the book. The book giveaway is being funded by the Wisconsin Department of 

Financial Institutions (DFI) and the Office of Financial Literacy; Edvest Wisconsin College Savings Plan; and the Office of the Commissioner of Insurance.

High School Musicians Take Part in UW-Barron County Festival
Several win medals

The Cumberland High School music department participated in the Red Cedar Music District Solo and Ensemble Festival on Saturday, March 29th at UW-Barron County.  Results from the day are as follows:

In Class A, receiving a starred first rating and advancing to the State Solo and Ensemble Festival in May at UWEC are:

Cumberland Chamber Choir, Nikki Fox soprano solo, Shanna Frasier soprano solo, Rachel Korntved soprano solo, Rachel Korntved music theatre solo, Layton Nosbush baritone solo, Micah Weltzin baritone solo, the vocal quartet of Cassie Callow, Shanna Frasier, Rachel Korntved and Molly Delzer, Amaris Vesely and Elli Vesely flute duet, Molly Delzer clarinet solo, Josh Dorn clarinet solo, Kallai Hokanson alto saxophone solo, Bryce Hopkins, Jack Ault and Nic Stevens snare drum trio, clarinet trio of Josh Dorn, Molly Delzer and Rachel Korntved, Ben Stone cello solo, Natasha Rodriquez piano solo, Rachel Korntved piano solo, and the piano duet of Natasha Rodriquez and Rachel Korntved.

In Class A receiving first ratings were Micah Weltzin snare drum solo, Kevin Johnson snare drum solo, Emily Delfosse flute solo, Amaris Vesely flute solo, Rachel Korntved clarinet solo, Cassie Callow and Molly Nickell alto saxophone duet, Kallai Hokanson  and Lucas West violin duet.

Receiving second ratings were Kallai Hokanson violin solo and Wendie Brom alto solo.

In Class B receiving first ratings were Charlotte Shanahan bassoon solo, the flute duet of Sarina and Kassandra Anderson, and the flute choir of Emily Delfosse, Amaris Vesely, Nikki Fox, Emme Anderson, Lea Sebens and Kallai Hokanson.  Receiving second ratings were Rachel Korntved violin solo, Tenley Hofer clarinet solo, Carl Grenquist bass clarinet solo.

In Class C receiving first ratings were the woodwind duet of Emma Ratzlaff and Robina Elliot, and the woodwind duet of Taylor Olsen and Faith Erickson.  Receiving a second rating was Winona Beliot alto solo.  

Nominees Wanted!
Cumberland Athletic Hall of Fame looking for 1st Class of Honorees

Cumberland School District to Start Athletic Hall of Fame; Nominees Needed

Athletic Hall of Fame sometime next October. The exact date of the Induction Banquet  and related ceremonies will be released in April.

Cumberland’s athletic programs have had tremendous team success and individual accomplishment for over 100 years. Some of the graduates from the school have gone on to outstanding athletic accomplishments after high school.  “We feel its time to formally recognize this success and the people involved in making it. The Administration and School Board are as excited as I am to begin the process,” said Athletic Director Mark Fuller.

The School will recognize four categories of accomplishment. “We will recognize people as athletes, coaches, alumni, and contributors,” said Fuller. “In each case, the nominees must exemplify the highest standards of sportsmanship, conduct, and moral character to go along with their achievements,” added Fuller.

The athlete must have distinguished themselves in the field of athletics while in high school. To qualify, the individual must have graduated 10 years previously. Conference and State awards and team accomplishments will also be considered.

The nominee as coach must have been part of the Cumberland Athletic Department for a minimum of 10 years and made significant contribution and impact while at the school.

The category of contributor will recognize individuals whose significant impact helped foster the growth of athletics and the schools interscholastic programs other than through playing or coaching. No time frame exists for these nominees.

Finally, the alumnus category will be for those whose success and achievements in athletics came after graduation. They must have been out of high school for a minimum of 10 years.

“Our goal is to make this a tremendous community event to honor the best of the best. Our committee includes School Board members, community members, Administration, and myself,” said Fuller.

The committee will take nominations from community members as well as seeking information on individuals in the various categories themselves. Anyone wishing to nominate someone in any of the four categories should submit a letter of support and their rationale for the nomination to Fuller at Cumberland High School, 1000 8th Avenue, Cumberland, Wisconsin 54829. If possible a current address of the person should also be included.

All those nominated, will be asked to fill out a form for their appropriate category. These forms will be kept on file permanently. For those who may be deceased, a family member or a committee member will be asked to complete the form as best able. A person may not nominate themself.

The time frame would end all nominations by June 15; the naming process of the induction class to take place on August 1; those nominated to participate in the Rutabaga Parade the end of August; and the Induction Banquet to take place in early October.

" This recognition initiative will allow the community to celebrate the accomplishments of those involved in Cumberland's past athletic programs and recognize those who have successfully represented our community as well as higher level participation. With the communities involvement in submitting names, this venue will be a great success," added Superintendent Barry Rose.

Library to Host Art Exhibit
High Schoolers, Middle Schoolers best work on display

March is celebrated as Youth Art Month. In honor of this, the Cumberland Library will be hosting an art exhibit showcasing work created by Cumberland Middle and High School students in 7th through 12th grade. Artwork will be on display from March  24thto  April 7th. We hope that you will be able to stop by the library to check out some of the great art pieces that these students have been hard at work creating!"

Track Team Prepares for its First Meet

Spring sports have begun at the High School, with the Track team the first to begin opening drills. They don’t have long as the first Indoor Meet is scheduled for Tuesday, when the Beavers head to UW-Stout for the Blue Devil Invite. Competition begins at 3:30 pm.

The Beavers hope to continue to improve the program. With numbers in the forties and some solid returners, the coaching staff would like to better last springs 7th place finish for the boys and 6th for the girls. Hayward was the 2013 HON Girl’s Champion, while Chetek-Weyerhaeuser took the Boy’s Title.

The girls team features two solid hurdlers in Sara Behling and Lindsay Bangsberg, a good high jumper in Shyyanne Mattson, and a seasoned distance runner Natasha Rodriquez among their returners.

Behling, only a sophomore, was 6th in both the Conferences 100 and 300-meter hurdles last May. Bangsberg, a junior, was 3rd in the 100 and 8th in the 300. “They should both have nice years,” said assistant Coach Bob Chubb. 

Mattson, another junior, was 4th in the High Jump, 8th in the Long Jump, and 9th in the ripple ump last spring. “She is very versatile and another girl who should score consistent team points,” said Head Coach JR Buckley. Rodriquez, meanwhile, was 8th in the 3200-meter run in her junior year. The team will build the girl’s team from these returning individuals.

For the boys, the top finisher returning is Max Sykes, who was 3rd in the high jump with a leap of 5’9. Ben Stone also returns after a solid performance in the weights, where he was 4th in the discus and 10th in the shot. “We look for these two competitors to have good springs,” said Assistant Coach Phil Flottum.

Among those also returning are Logan Narges, who was 11th in the long jump, AJ Becker who was 6th in the 200-meter dash, and several sprinters.

“We’re looking fowards our first meet,” added Buckley.


Forensics Team Off and Running
Several Qualify for State

The Cumberland Forensics team had their first competition on Saturday, February 8th in Menomonie. Thirteen schools competed at the tournament. Team members Micah Weltzin and Kaitlyn Dorn won a first place award in the play acting category out of twelve other groups. In addition, Rachel Korntved earned a second place award out of seventeen other competitors. The entire team performed very well, and it was a great start to the season. The team is coached by Mrs. Cifaldi.

On Tuesday, March 11, seventeen Cumberland High School Forensics team members competed at the districts competition in New Richmond. In order to advance from the districts competition to the state competition team members needed to earn at least two scores of twenty out of twenty-five or higher. Students competed in three rounds. The following Cumberland team members will be advancing to the state competition: Aspen Hatzenbeller (four-minute speech), Jenna Green (prose), Shanna Frasier (prose), Amaris Vesley (poetry), Rachel Korntved (solo acting), Micah Weltzin and Kait Dorn (play acting), Veronica Vicich, Tenley Hoefer, and Kela Vicich (play acting), and Kessa Huebner, Peyton Johnson, Molly Nickell, and Cassie Callow (group interpretation). The Forensics state competition will be held on April 11-12 in Madison. 

“One night with You!” CHS Musical Production All Shook Up!
An unlikely combination of William Shakespeare and Elvis Presley

The songs of Elvis Presley form the backdrop for this musical about a mysterious, leather-jacketed stranger who shakes up a small Mid-western town in the 1950s. A guitar playing roustabout (Layton Nosbush) rides into town changing everything and everyone with his hip-swiveling, lip-curling musical fantasy that'll have you jumpin' out of your blue suede shoes with such classics as "Heartbreak Hotel," "Jailhouse Rock," and "Don't Be Cruel”. This tale of mistaken identity and romance was inspired by Shakespeare’s play Twelfth Night. A prominent theme of appearances can be deceiving begins when tomboy grease monkey Natalie (Shawna Willis) falls for bad boy instead of her best buddy side-kick Dennis (Ben Stone). At the same time her father, Jim Haller (Peyton Johnson) struggling with the loss of his wife mixed with mid-life crisis can’t see the obvious affections of the boisterous bossy honky-tonk owner, Sylvia (Shanna Frasier).  An unlikely combination of William Shakespeare and Elvis Presley actually come together in Joe DiPietro’s musical All Shook Up

 The show, a collaboration of direction by Ann Kysely, Dan Hopkins, Andrew Hasty and choreographer Rachel Korntved, will be performed, March 20, 21, 22 at 7:00 P.M. There will also be an additional matinee performance on Saturday, March 22 at 2:00 P.M. Please notice that this is the only matinee and there will not be any performances on Sunday. All shows will be at ETC Fine Arts Center. Tickets ($10 adults, $6 students) are available in the high school office or at the door if it is not sold out ahead of time. Others joining the cast are Lindsey Bangsberg, Kalli Relford, Tia Olson, Grant Lexen, David Stone, Wendie Brom, Charlotte Shanahan, Joey Mlejnek. The accompaniment by the pit also includes the talents of Josh Dorn, Molly Delzer, Micah Weltzin, Jeremy Westin, and Alex Maiers. “One night with You!” Is what CHS Too Much Drama is now praying for!” Get your tickets today!!! 

Host Families for Foreign Exchange Students Sought

Please open the document below if you are interested in hosting a foreign exchange student for the 2014-2015 school year.

AYA PAX Host Family Information

3M Helps out Tech Program with Donation

3M in Cumberland recently donated some much appreciated 3M professional-grade air tools to the Cumberland High School Technology program.  Shown are plant manager, Mark Ratzlaff, Tools Specialist Sarah Capuzzi, Tool Repair Technician Scott Hoffman and Cumberland High School Technology Instructor Jon Pasko.  3M in Cumberland serves as the warranty and repair center for 3M Tools in the United States for the company's rapidly growing power tool business.

Wrestlers Come Home With a Third Place From Ben Stone

The Cumberland Wrestling Team took five wrestlers to Madison last week and returned with a third place finisher in junior Ben Stone. Wrestling at 220 pounds in Division 3, Stone went 3 and 1 over the weekend to raise his season’s mark to 41-2. His only loss in Madison came in the Championship match, which he lost 4-1 to Chase Nottestad of Westby.

The other wrestlers were unfortunately less successful as Sophomores Drew Rihn and Trystin Adams lost their only matches, while Senior Jaylen Lansin lost his two matches and Junior Trey Lundequam went 1 and 2. None of them placed. “We had some tough draws, but the kids wrestled hard and were close in many cases. 

Stone was excellent all year and will return to chase a Title next winter. His third place finish was solidified with a pin of Coleman’s CJ Pillath in the third place match. Stone lost in overtime to Schmit from Mineral Point in the semi finals.  Schmit then lost to Nottestad (a senior from Westby) 4-1 in the finals. Stone beat Fornal from Glenwood City in the wrestle backs 11-6.  Then Stone pinned C.J. Pillath from Coleman for 3rd place. 

Winter Sports Athletic Banquet on March 11

The Cumberland Winter Sports Athletic Banquet will take place on Tuesday night,March 11 in the High Gymnasium, with the meal served at 6:30 pm and a short program to follow.

All Cumberland winter sport athletes in Girl’s Basketball, Gymnastics, Dance, Wrestling, Boys Basketball, and Hockey will be honored and receive a free ticket, if they sign-up in the High School Office by Thursday, March 6.

Anyone else wanting to attend, may buy a ticket for $10.00 in the High School Office. These tickets will also be on sale until March 6.

Boys Basketball Comes to an end at Unity

The Cumberland Boys Basketball team saw their season come to an end on Friday night at Unity, when they dropped a 59-27 Regional semifinal to the Unity Eagles, 59-27. Unity would go on to defeat Cameron in the Regional Final Saturday to advance to this week’s Sectional Tournament. The Beavers season ends with a 4-17 record.

The Beavers got into the game with a 70-61 victory over Flambeau in a WIAA opener last Tuesday. The win came in overtime in a gutsy effort by the Beavers.

Cumberland trailed 15-10 after one quarter, but took a 25-24 lead by half. From this point on, the two teams exchanged leads, with the score tied 54-54 at the end of regulation.

The Beavers refused to lose, outscoring Flambeau 16-7 in the overtime period. Senior Jonah Lundequam had nine points in the extra frame to head the Cumberland effort.


Girl’s Basketball Drop Regular Season Finale

The Cumberland Girl’s Basketball Team dropped their regular season finale to Chetek/Weyerhaeuser, 43-34 last Thursday night. The team opened up WIAA Tournament play on Tuesday at Flambeau and a win there will put them back on the court this Friday night. There record stands at 4 and 21.

Cumberland had a chance to win the game against C/W, but a five-point second quarter proved too much to overcome. C/W kept the door open with a dreadful 7 for 27 from the free throw line, but the Cumberland girls could not take advantage.

Shyyanne Mattson had a nice game for Coach Eric Curtis with 17 points. Molly Delzer added five and Amber Avery four. Mattson’s game included a pair of three-pointers.

Wrestlers Send Five to State

The Cumberland Wrestling team will have great representation in Madison this weekend, as five Cumberland wrestlers qualified for the State Wrestling  Tournament at the Kohl Center. Wrestling will begin on Thursday night at 7:15 pm for those not receiving first round byes.

The Beavers had two Champions and three runners-up at the Osseo Sectional. 

Unfortunately, three other wrestlers were defeated in the first round, ending their seasons. “I was proud of how are kids represented the program,” said Coach Isaac Lundquist.

Taking first were Jaylen Lansin (38-3) and Ben Stone (38-1). Seconds went to Drew Rihn (22-19), Trey Lundequam (37-5), and Trystin Adams (33-8). Finishing with opening round losses were Jim Springsteen (27-12), Lucas Graf (23-17), and Taylor Pease (24-11).

Pease lost a tough decision to a tie-breaker in his first round match at 285, while Graf suffered an equally tough 6-4 loss and Springsteen was pinned by Austin Wolfe of Boyceville, who is 43-2 on the year. The rest of the Beavers were first round winners.

All five of the remaining wrestlers also won their semifinal match to move into the finals. With three wrestlers advancing to State, it was just a matter of what position they would now finish in. 

Rihn, only a sophomore, would lose to James Palmer of Boyceville at 113 in his Championship match. He would then receive a second place forfeit to finish up his Sectional run with a runner-up position. He will wrestle Garrett Siolka of Bonduel on Thursday in Madison. Soilka, also a sophomore, is 39-7 on the season.

Lundequam also lost in the Championship match, being decisioned 11-4 by Spring Valley’s Tyler Berg. He would rebound to pin Jarett Davison of Unity for second place and gain the right to go against Kyle Hutterer of Mishicot on Thursday night at 126 pounds.

Trystin Adams was the Beavers final runner-up at Osseo, losing 7-1 to Spring Valley’s Zach Newton at 145. He did not have to wrestle for second as he had already beat Wyatt Hanson of Boyceville in round one. Adams moves on at 145 pounds, where he’ll meet Boone Young of Mishicot on Thursday. Young is 38-5 on the year.

The two Champions both pinned their final opponents. Lansin pinned Damion Blechinger of Turtle Lake in 5:42, while Stone pinned Donavan Fornal of Glenwood City in 3:07. Stone wrestled a total of six minutes in pinning each of Saturday’s opponents. Both hope to use these Sectional Championships as springboards to State titles. 

Lansin received a tough draw in wrestling the 182-pound winner of Jesse Verbanac of Random Lake and David Chadd of Lancaster, who is 44-3 entering the Tournament. Chadd was upset in the Sectional finals. Lansin will wrestle Friday around noon.

Stone, meanwhile, wrestles the 220-pound winner between CJ Pillath (38-9) and Clayton Uselman (37-4). The juniors only loss was to a Spooner wrestler in HON competition. Two other wrestlers at 220 have only one loss on the year.

“We will head to Madison and give it everything we have,” concluded Lundquist.

Note: There will be a welcome home for the State Bound Cumberland Wrestlers at Cumberland High School at 3:00 pm Sunday afternoon. The public is invited to attend.

Northwest Icemen Hockey Season Ends

The Northwest Icemen saw their season come to an end on Saturday, following  a 7-1 WIAA loss to the Hudson Raiders. The team concludes their season with a fine 15-7 record.

The team opened up WIAA Tournament play last Tuesday with a 7-2 victory over the higher-seeded Baldwin-Woodville Warriors. The Icemen led the entire game is a dominating performance.

JT Gunderson was solid in net and received two goals each from from Tanner Vik and Matt Slaminski and one each from Grant Sutherland, KC Larson, and Brett Gauger. Vik also added a pair of assists. It was Larson’s eighth goal of the Saturday was a tougher game against a good Hudson squad. Hudson jumped up early and hung on for the victory. “The team played hard from start to finish, but could not put the puck in the net. As a team we made strides this season, but it was not enough. On varsity, we’ll miss our great senior captains KC Larson and Tanner Vik, and our fine defenseman Bryce Sohn,” said Coach Phil Sykes. 

He added, “We had tremendous support all season long from our parents and Associations.”

Vik ended the season with 28 goals and 24 assists. Besides Larson, Cumberland kids among scoring leaders were Max Sykes with 11 points and Peyton Green with nine. Sophomore Grant Sutherland added eight points, including his first career goal against B/W.

Mark Fuller Recieves Baseball Honor
Named Wisconsin Baseball Coaches 'Man of the Year'

People in Cumberland and in the surrounding areas are very familiar with Coach Mark Fuller who was the Beaver's head baseball coach for 34 years.  He is 8th All-Time in Wisconsin coaching victories with 482 and coached not only the varsity since the early 1980's but little league and everything else inbetween.  During the coarse of his career, he donated thousands of his own dollars to the Cumberland baseball program.

What many people in the area are unaware of however is how much Fuller is respected not only in Wisconsin by his coaching peers but in the entire United States.  Fuller has spoken at baseball clinics all over the world and has organized the speakers for the WBCA’s State Clinic for over 20 years.

Fuller’s Man of the Year Award came after nominations were submitted on his behalf from around the State including Hall of Famers Jack Friess from Cedarburg, Marty Paulsen from Fond du Lac, Jim Hughes from Franklin, Jeff Hogan from Milwaukee Hamilton, and his long time assistant Joe Waite.  

It was disclosed during the weekend that Fuller will also be receiving the Nation’s top honor in coaching…induction into the ABCA National Hall of Fame.  Fuller will be only the 24th high school coach in history to receive this honor.

A WBCA Press Release stated, "Mark Fuller retired from Cumberland High School as one of the most successful coaches in the State.  He won 10 Conference Championships and made four State Appearances during his tenure.  He is perhaps even better known for his role with the WBCA.  For the past 20+ years, he has put together the Annual WBCA State Clinic, was a founding member and continues to work with the WBCA All-Star Classic, worked with State Rankings and helped found Baseball Wisconsin along with his assistant Joe Waite.  His contributions to Wisconsin Baseball are immeasurable."

Attending the Honor with Mark were several members of his family including his wife Barb and his mother Dorothy.

Another added surprise was that several players from the Class of 1984 came to Madison to honor their old coach.  Derrick Capra, Marty Lundequam, Tom Hullander, Tom Kelly, Mike Schoonveld, and Joe Ranallo swapped stories late into the evening. Troy Kelly, who flew in from Colorado and Tom Bergmann who drove up from Chicago also were there.

Fuller is the only two-time recepient of the Man of the Year Award in State history.


Forensics Team has 1st Competition
Micah Weltzin and Kaitlyn Dorn take 1st
The Cumberland Forensics team had their first competition on Saturday, February 8th in Menomonie. Thirteen schools competed at the tournament. Team members Micah Weltzin and Kaitlyn Dorn won a first place award in the play acting category out of twelve other groups. In addition, Rachel Korntved earned a second place award out of seventeen other competitors. The entire team performed very well, and it was a great start to the season. The team is coached by Mrs. Cifaldi.

Mrs. Majewski's Class Produce PSAs
Students produce videos on cyberbullying directed at Middle Schoolers

Mrs. Tanya Majewski's high school computer class produced videos that are modeled after Public Service Announcements (PSAs).  The topic was Cyberbullying, with the intended audience being students that are in middle school.  Students in Digitools had to create a Public Service Announcement about cyber-bullying for middle school students after completing variety of activities learning about cyber-bullying. The students had to include facts about cyber-bullying along ways to stop or prevent cyber-bullying. Three of the videos are posted below.  Please click the links to view them!

1) Noah-Brenden-Anthony • 2) Erin-Winter-Karlee-Dylan • 3) Caleb-Tristan-Juliet

Time to buy your Yearbook!
The 2013-2014 Yearbooks will be here before May 23rd (graduation). It is time to buy your yearbook. Visit this site: and use the Yearbook ID Code: 10124514 to purchase your yearbook online. If you would like to pay cash or check, stop in and see Mrs. Olson or Mrs. Larson. 

High School Band Performs Holiday Concert

Santa stopped by the High school Band Concert on Monday December 16th to enjoy some good quality holiday music.Band students performed a variety of seasonal tunes including selections from Mozart and Tschailowsky.

PTA Book Fair at High School
Books at this Book Fair are geared to MS and HS reading/interest levels!!



Monday, December 9

Monday, December 16

Tuesday, December 17

OPEN 5:30 PM until the start of Holiday Concert and 

again for 30 minutes after Concert.



High School Cafeteria



All PTA members receive 50% off of all BOOK purchases.  

Forms will be available at the Book Fair to join PTA.  

Joining PTA does NOT mean you have to volunteer 

ANYONE (parents, students, community members) can join the PTA to take advantage of this great deal.  If you join and/or renew your PTA membership at the Book Fair it’s just $5.00!!

Varsity Boys and Girls Basketball Games start earlier this year

Please note that varsity basketball games will start at 7:15 this year, rather than 7:30 as they have in past years.

Hockey Team Looking for Solid Season

The Cumberland/Barron/Chetek/Spooner Coop Hockey team, known as the Northwest Icemen, opened up their season last Saturday against Eau Claire Regis. They also traveled to Amery on Tuesday.  The team’s next game is this Saturday in Barron against Stevens Point Pacelli. The JV starts at 11:00 am, with the varsity contest to start at 1:00 pm.

Optimism is high with over 30 players out for the team. The squad’s Head Coach is Phil Sykes, who lives with his wife Amanda and three kids in Cumberland. Sykes had a great college career at North Dakota and played 10-years in the NHL. He has a good staff of other coaches with solid hockey backgrounds.

The team is focused on creating a respectful culture around the game and to promote hockey throughout the local associations and area. The team will not only play a varsity schedule, but also an extensive JV set of games.

The Icemen will play two home games in Cumberland and the rest in Barron and Spooner. Practices are also shared between the three rinks. Cumberland is represented by 11 players on the squad.

The team's website is

Upcoming Games

Saturday, December 7 Stevens Point Pacelli (Barron game)

Tuesday, December 10 Hayward (Spooner Game)

Thursday, December 12 at Park Falls (6:00)

Friday, December 13 Black River Falls (Cumberland Game)

December 26-28 Team Tournament-3 Games (Spooner)

Photos Wanted!
Yearbook Staff looking for Yearbook photos!
Do you have pictures you want to see in the yearbook? Submit them here: and use the Code: JICHWT 
We would love to see what photos you have - they might just make it in this year's yearbook!
Golf coach Carol Schell honors the girls golf team

Athletic Department Honors Fall Athletes
Nearly 100 student athletes honored

Athletic Director Mark Fuller welcomed a full high school gymnasium of student athletes, their coaches, parents, and extended families to the 2013 Fall Athletic Banquet.  Cook Gary Puig and his staff served an outstanding meal before the athletes were honored.

Fuller first honored Mary Miller, Patty Blaskowski, and Joan Naessen for their tireless efforts with concessions, programs, busses, and all of the other behind the scenes jobs that nobody notices but is very much dependent on.

Cross-country senior Natasha Rodriguez began the ceremony with a new "life lessons" component that a senior from each sport spoke about before their sports were introduced.  Natasha said, "Cross country is a unique sport because it is very individual yet we still push each other on because it is also a team sport.  It teaches perserverance and endurance.  We learn to do the extra mile, literally."  Junior Micah Weltzin followed up with a "Memory of Seniors." "In cross-country, the seniors are always the ones that pushed us to go the extra mile."  He added how Rodriguez gave her pink sweater to him on a cold and rainy day in Barron, which elicited laughter from the crowd.

Coach Phil Flottum thanked the administration, school board, staff, and parents for their support.  Flottum said the coop program we run with Turtle Lake has been very succesful, as the runners from each school have become good friends.  "Cross-country is as much physical as it is mental.  Whether its a 90 degree day in August or cold and rainy in October, they always had to push themselves to fight through."

Lettering in cross-country were Juliana Braml, Natasha Rodgriguez, Shanna Frasier, and Micah Weltzin.  New runners included Timmy Callow, Cassie Callow, Joey Carlson, and Emma Ratzlaff.  The two MVPs for the cross-country team were Natasha Rodriguez and Micah Weltzin.

Senior volleyball Jocelyn Olson said, "Volleyball has taught me that it is easy to manage success and failure as a team.  We communicated and worked better as a team.  We took something away from each game.  Thank you to the coaches and all the fans who came out to support us."  Junior Aaliyah Williams shared favorirte memories about her senior teammates.  "Without volleyball I would have never met some of my dearest friends." Aaliyah shared special memories about her five senior teammates.  

Head coach Erin Miller thanked her assistants Kali Knutson and Courtney Jensen along with other CSD staff who helped her run their program.  Coach Miller reviewed the "Play for a Cure" campaign.  Cumberland fall athletes raised and donated over $1200 to the Cumberland Rehab Center on behalf of the Play for a Cure program.  The C team was then introduced.  Jenna Green received Most Improved, Heart of the Team of the Award went to Brook Chafer, and Most Valuable Player went to Paige Spychalla.  Junior Varsity awards were Most Improved to Hannah Urbanski, Killer Award to Amber Avery, Heart of the Team went to Alexis Van Erp, while Kyla Bergstrom won the MVP award. 

The Varsity started the Conference season at 2-0 but then went through some struggles.  They rallied to finish the season strong.  Varsity Awards were Most Improved to Katie Balko, Hustle Award to Aaliyah Williams, Heart of the Team to Carissa McClain, who also won team MVP.  Shyyanne Mattson received Honorable Mention All-Conference while Williams was named 1st Team All Heart O'North.

Senior football player AJ Ricci shared football life lessons he learned from his career.  "Drive in the weight room, cooperation...who have to trust the guy on your left and your right,  failure...we had to learn to deal with failure and success.  You have to appreciate your opponents too because they worked as hard as we did.  We were fortunate that we were usually more successful than they were." Junior AJ Becker said, "You could tell the seniors would take a win over individual stats any day of the week. The thing that will be missed the most will be their leadership.  It has been an amazing year."

Head football coach Jared McGranahan thanked his players for perservering after a 1-2 start.  "To see the young men to fight through adversity shows the kind of kids that we had here," he said.  The Beavers won three out of their last four games including some tough wins against tough opponents.  He thanked his assistant coaches David Olson, Brandon Olufs, Spike Gideo, and Barry Zappa.  "These guys work played a huge part in our success," he said.  

Twenty-one football players earned a Varsity Letter. All-Conference selections included Logan Narges (Honorable Mention DE), AJ Ricci (2nd Team All-Conference DE), Damen Feiertag (2nd Team LB), Zach Nyhus (2nd Team RB), Travis Miller (1st Team WR, 1st Team KR), Jaylen Lansin (1st Team LB, 1st Team All-Region LB), and Colin Elfers (1st Team OT).  Elfers also received the Team's Leadership Award who displays dignity and a positive attitude.

Senior soccer player KC Larson shared life lessons he learned from his soccer career.  "My team learned resiliency and to never give up.  We got beat 5-1 last year by Regis.  This year, we manhandled them, beating them 2-1. We dreamed big.  We got to Sectionals for the first time in school history.  We had fun.  When it was game time, it was all business, but it was our relaxed attitude that helped allow us to be successful."

Layton Nosbush shared memories of the soccer season.  "Thank you to the seniors for the great season that you led us to.  They persevered all season to keep our team where it should have been."

Head coach Larry Ruetz spoke about the season and how exciting it was to bring most of last year's team back intact.  A highlight of the season was a 1-1 double over time tie against Amery who had traditionally clobbered Cumberland.  They went on to beat McDonnel-Regis, and finished 9-5-2 in Conference.  Coach Ruetz and his assistant Martin Ortiz brought the 16 member soccer team to the front of the gym to honor the entire team and handed out team letters.  Jenna Romanowski won Junior Varsity MVP, Most Improved Player went to Peyton Johnson, Good On and Off the Field went to Josh Dorn.  Team MVP went to Luis DeHoyos.  Seven seniors will be graduating from this outstanding team.  Gaining All Conference honors were Peyton Johnson, Honorable Mention (F), Josh Dorn, Honorable Mention (D), David Stone, 2nd Team (D), Paul Sellent, 2nd Team (D).

Senior golfer Tianna Olson finished the night kicking off Girl's Golf.  "Golf is a sport you can play your entire life.  It has taught me how to set personal goals and make friendships with girls from other schools.  Coach Carol has made golf such a great experience for all of us."  Freshman Makenna Olson talked about how Tia and fellow senior Emily Anderson taught her and the other girls so much about golf.  "These two girls were fantastic teachers and friends and we are going to miss them very much," she added.

Coach Carol Schell introduced his 10 member golf team.  Coach Schell talked about the integrity of the team, saying that was a big reason why this squad won the Heart O’North Sportsmanship Award.  There were many improvements made by team members.  Emily Anderson had a great year and was honored for receiving 1st Team All-Conference honors.  She was also Medalist in two different tournaments.

Fuller finished by awarding four awards from the Wisconsin Athletic Directors Association.  Service awards went to Tim Heffernen, Bob Nugent, Richie Narges, and Barry Rose for the their dedication to athletics.

Blood Drive 2013
Student Council Sponsored Event to happen on November 4th

On November 4th Student Council will be hosting a blood drive in the Middle School gym. The blood drive will take place in the MS Gym from 9AM-2:30PM. It is for students 16-18 at the high school along with staff members. Students who are 16 must have a parent consent form in order to donate.  To determine if someone is eligible to donate the Red Cross staff will ask questions about a student’s health, take their blood pressure, temperature and pulse and take a small blood sample to make sure they are not anemic. To “ramp up” for the blood drive and improve the hemoglobin number it is important to eat iron-enriched foods prior to the blood drive. Meats, eggs, seafood, fruits and vegetables are all good things to eat the days leading up to the blood drive. A picture ID is required to donate and a sixteen year old must have the Red Cross Parental Consent form signed also. For an appointment students need to sign up in homeroom or contact Mrs. Olson or Mrs. Jackson.

La Vent du Nord entertains High Schoolers and Middle Schoolers
Quebéc Band shares history and culture through traditional music

Nicolas Boulerice, one of the four members of La Vent du Nord explained to the faculty and staff of CMS and CHS about his life and the lives of all francophiles growing up in Canada.  After playing several traditional tunes and explained some of their musical traditions as it related to the both English speaking peoples and French speaking peoples in historical and modern day Canada.

The program, sponsored by UWBCC, 3M, and several other large corporations donated money to bring four bands from all over the world to the small communities of northwestern Wisconsin.  La Vent du Nord was first in the series.  Bands from Brazil, Israel, and China will also visit during the next two years. For more information on the Arts Midwest Worldfest, click here.

It is a wonderful opportunity for the students of Cumberland to have world cultures come to them.


Listen to samples of La Vent du Nord's music and learn more about the band by going to their website by clicking here.


Soccer Team Wins Regional Championship
Headed to Sectionals for the 1st Time in School History

For the first time since it became a WIAA sport, the Cumberland Soccer program has made it to the Sectional Tournament. The spot came after an exciting 1-0 victory over Phillips, last Thursday, gave the Beavers the Regional plaque. Cumberland will now host the Barron Bears this Thursday in a 4:30 contest, with the winner headed to Marshfield on Saturday to play for a spot in the State Tournament.

Cumberland qualified for the contest against Phillips with a 2-1 overtime win over Baldwin-Woodville on Tuesday. The Beavers came within 40 seconds of winning the contest in regulation as the game wound down with Cumberland holding a 1-0 lead. Unfortunately a frantic B/W rally led to a goal and a tie game.

The overtime didn’t last long as Senior Peyton Johnson scored the winner, his second of the game, approximately five minutes in. It was the Beavers fourth overtime victory of the season.

Johnson had scored earlier on a nice pass from Paul Sellent. Patrick Ritchie was solid in goal the whole game, while defenders like Josh Dorn, David Stone, and Max Sykes kept the Blackhawk defenders from more than a couple good scoring opportunities.

Now it was a game against Phillips, a team Cumberland had lost to by a 2-1 score back in August. It was a great defensive match-up, which left onlookers thinking one goal would be enough to win. They would be right.

The goal came again from Johnson on a good pass by Jesus Delgado. It came at the 12-minute mark of the second half. The rest of the contest saw a determined Cumberland group hold on for the victory. 

“It was a great effort by the kids. We have a super senior class and they wanted the win badly,” said a Gatorade drenched Larry Ruetz following the contest.

Cumberland has defeated Barron once and tied them another time. It would to be another close contest that will likely go down to a single goal. The game will cost $5.00 as set by the WIAA.

The winner travels to Marshfield, where the Sectional Championship is scheduled for 1:00 Saturday.

Band Director Dan Hopkins "Celebrates" with Drum Majors Josh Dorn and Micah Weltzin.

Band Captures 12th State Title

The Cumberland High School Marching Band captured their twelfth State Marching Band Championship last Saturday in Whitewater. Cumberland students faced bitter cold temperatures and held off a late surge by Baldwin-Woodville to claim the victory by a half of point. Cumberland also won the Best Colorguad and Best Visual Presentation Award while Baldwin-Woodville took home the Best Percussion and Best Musical Presentation Awards.

The Marching Band will have their final performance of the year next Tuesday at 7:30 in the High school Gymnasium. Admission is free and the public is invited.

Class “A” Results

Cumberland             81.75

Baldwin-Woodville    81.25

Cudahy                    78.10

West De Pere           76.90

Columbus                 73.55

Portage                     71.70

Whitewater                70.45

CHS Athletes Play for a Cure
Athletes Raise $1200 for Breast Cancer Research

Cumberland Fall Athletic Teams supported Breast Cancer Awareness by selling shirts. These teams include Volleyball, Girls Golf, Football, Soccer and Cross Country. Together they sold over 300 breast cancer shirts. For each shirt sold, $3.00 was donated to the Rehabilitation Center at Cumberland Healthcare. Uniquely Yours, business operated by Don and Nicole Donatell, generously credited their account $150 in support of the Breast Cancer Awareness Drive. In the end, fall athletes were able to donate over $1200 from their shirt sales. 

Director of Rehabilitation Services, B.J. Brenna thanked the student athletes for their hard work along with the donation in support of October being Breast Cancer Awareness and National Physical Therapy Month, "You are helping make possible important services following breast cancer treatment occur right here in Cumberland as part of our future oncology program."  With the help of this donation, Cumberland Healthcare is able to send Amy Brenna, MSPT through an extensive certification program for lymphedema therapy. "Lymphedema often affects women and men after breast cancer surgery and involves swelling in the arm or other parts of the body.  Lymphedema can be severe and really affect quality of life," explains Amy.  If you would like more information about lymphedema or the rehabilitation services provided by Cumberland Healthcare please contact them at 715-822-6167.

With the help of many, the Cumberland Fall Athletes are excited and proud to give a total of $1218 to the Rehabilitation Center at Cumberland Healthcare! A special “Thank You” to everyone who supported this great cause!

Band Heads to State in Whitewater
Takes 1st in last three competitons

The High School Marching Band will be competing in the State Marching Band Championships on Saturday October 19th at the University of Wisconsin Whitewater. This will mark the last performance of a very busy year for the high school marching band.

On October 5th, CHS took first place, the Best Colorguard and Best Percussion Awards. On October 6th the band also took first place with the Best Colorguard and Percussion Awards. On October 12th the band received first place and the Best Colorguard Award; Baldwin-Woodville took the Best Percussion Award.

Heading into Whitewater the Beavers will face some tough competition from the South including Columbus HS, Cudahy H, Whitewater HS, and Wisconsin Lutheran. If you would like to see their 2013 Show entitled “Origami” the band will be performing a send-off show on Friday October 18th at 12:00 noon.

Seven Attend World Dairy Expo

Seven members of the Cumberland FFA joined hundreds of students from Wisconsin and bordering states in competing at the World Dairy Expo in Madison on October 1st. Monica Stager participated in the FFA Dairy Showmanship Contest. Devon Snowbank, Tenley Hofer, and Christine Bischoff were involved in the FFA Dairy Cattle Evaluation Competition. Alec Koser, Casi Stager, and Carl Grenquist competed in the World Forage Cup Contest. 


Back Row (L-R): Devon Snowbank, Monica Stager, and Tenley Hofer
Front Row (L-R): Alec Koser, Carl Grenquist, Christine Bischoff, and Casi Stager 


Cumberland FFA Wins Spirit Award at Leadership Workshop

The Cumberland FFA Chapter recently won the Spirit Award at the Sectional FFA Leadership Workshop held September 17th at Clear Lake High School. Approximately 200 students from over 25 schools attended the event. One Spirit Award is awarded each year to the chapter in attendance that best demonstrated positive attitudes, enthusiasm, and active participation. Those attending the event included Seth Abner, Mykayla Anderson, Christine Bischoff, Leah Brunberg, Gaby Carlson, Baylie DeMontigny, Tommy Erickson, Shanna Frasier, Carl Grenquist, Dwight Griffith, Alec Koser, Taylor Larson, Rylee Riewestahl, Charlotte Shanahan, Devon Snowbank, Casi Stager, Monica Stager, Kela Vicich, and Mrs. Arlaina Meyer. 


Beavers Rip Northwestern 42-0 for Homecoming Victory

The Cumberland Beavers took advantage of a couple of early Northwestern Tiger turnovers to gain momentum enroute to a 42-0 victory in front of a large crowd at Endeavor Stadium.

The Tigers, who fell to 4-2 overall never knew what hit them. Junior Travis Miller scored once on a pass and twice on the ground, while seniors Zach Nyhus and Jaylen Lansin each rushed for a score.  Fellow senior A.J. Ricci recovered a fumble in the end zone for an early touchdown as well.

Meanwhile, the defense pitched a shutout and kept Northwestern from even touching the endzones.

The Beavers, evening their record to 3-3, celebrated Homecoming with the Homecoming Dance after the game.

Pictured are members of the team singing the school song after the game to the student body.


First Annual Fun Run/Walk
The start of an annual Homecoming Tradition

On Saturday, September 28th, about 200 students, families, alumni and community members participated in Cumberland High School's First Annual Homecoming Fun Run and Walk.  Runners completed a 5K course and walkers completed a 2-mile course which began and ended at Endeavor Stadium.  The Class of 2017 would like to thank all who participated, including local business sponsors, participants and volunteers, helping to make this event a success!

Homecoming 2013
CHS Students and Staff celebrate this annual tradition!

CHS is in the midst of Homecoming Week, which will be capped off by the boys taking on Northwestern Friday night at Endeavor Stadium and the homecoming dance being held immediatly after.

Students and staff have been dressing up during the annual dress up days.  Principal Richie Narges and math teacher Wendy Larson got in to the fun on Crazy Day earlier this week.

Homecoming Tailgate a Big Success

Volunteers cooked and catered to hundreds of fans before the Beaver football team's big win against Northwestern last Friday night.  It was the first ever tailgate at Endeavor Field!  Some photos (Tami Alberg) are shown below.

CHS Athletes Playing for A Cure
Selling Tee-Shirts for donations to American Cancer Society
This year all fall athletes are participating in "Play For A Cure". We are selling t-shirts to raise money for cancer awareness. Each sport has designated a night to promote this cause. Girls Golf has already had their night but here are the other dates:
Cross Country: Sept. 30th
Volleyball: Oct. 8th
Soccer: Oct. 10th
Football: Oct. 11th
Below is shirt order form. I need to have the orders in by tomorrow after school. Sorry about the short notice! Anyway, if you would like a shirt, just shoot me (Coach Erin Miller, an email and let me know which design and what size. I can collect the money when the shirts come in. 


"Cure" Tee Shirt Order Form

On a Roll!
Volleyball Team wins 2nd Straight Conference Game

It took a couple of years, but the Cumberland Girls Volleyball team got a conference win at Northwestern last Thursday night in an exciting five set match.  Last night, the Beavers stayed hot by sweeping Chetek in three straight sets, winning the final game by a score of 25-9, capturing their second Heart O'North win in a row.

It was hard to tell that several of the girls were suffering from cold and flu like symptoms as they played their best volleyball in years.  Seniors Emily Delfosse, Carly Green, Carissa McClain, Jocelyn Olson, Monica Waite, juniors Katie Balko, Bri, Johnson, Shy Mattson, Morgan Weaver, Aaliyah Williams,  and sophomore Annie Larson played as a team, communicating and hustling throughout the match.

The team has benefitted greatly from the play of Williams, who moved back to Cumberland this fall.

Check the CHS Athletics tab on the left for Cumberland sports fall schedules and support the Beavers!

photos by Kala Green

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Shy Mattson and Jocelyn Olson go up for a block.
Shy Mattson and Jocelyn Olson go up for a block.

Rally Towels!
Cumberland Health Care to Pass out Free Rally Towels at Endeavor Opener

Cumberland Healthcare will handing out free rally towels in honor the opening of Endeavor Stadium on Friday, September 6th football game vs. Chetek.

Please stop by their table to get your free rally towel. They will be handing out the towels starting at 6:00 PM.

First Ever Homecoming 5K Run/Walk!

Join us for this first time event to benefit the Class of 2017.  It is a non-timed event and we suggest self-timing for those that are interested in knowing their finish time.

Registration forms can be picked up at the Cumberland High School Office.

Click below for more details!

Homecoming Walk-Run Information
Registration Form

Cumberland School District

2013-2014 Athletic Code Information


This year the Cumberland School District is providing all the information needed for athletes competing in the 2013-2014 sports seasons on our website.  Click here for a copy of the CHS Athletic Code Handbook.


Please click on the following link to view the CHS Athletic Code Presentation.  After reviewing the presentation, there are 5 forms that need to be completed before an athlete is eligible to practice and compete.  Four of these forms are available for you in the links below to download, print and complete.  The fifth form will be coming to you in a mailing from the high school office.  All required forms must be in the high school office BEFORE ANY ATHLETE WILL BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE IN THEIR SPORT.  The forms are as follows:

1. CHS Athletic Code Agreement

2. Parent Code of Commitment

3. WIAA Physical Card or Alternate Year Card

Student-Athlete Physical Card

Student-Athlete Physical Alternate Card

4. Concussion Acknowledgement

5. **CHS Emergency Information Card

**This card will be sent to you in the mail.  Please make sure the information is

updated and included with the other athletic paperwork.


Please return all required forms completed and signed to the high school office before the beginning of the sports season. All forms are also available in the high school office for those that are not able to print this information. Remember, without the appropriate paperwork, athletes WILL NOT be able to participate in practice or compete. 

Thank you for your cooperation, and let's make the CHS 2013-2014 season enjoyable for all involved.


Football in the Island City, by Mark Fuller: Click this link to read this article as posted in the Cumberland Advocate.

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Stetler Headed to State Track Meet
Stetler breaks two CHS Records at Sectionals

CHS Senior Quinn Stetler not only qualified for State with his performance in the 100M and 200M dashes, he broke two school records in the process. His time of 10.90 tied a school record in the 100 and his time of 22.25 in the 200 broke the school record outright. Those times were good enought for a fourth place finish in both events and a ticket to La Crosse to compete in the State Meet held on Friday, May 31 and Saturday, June 1.

Sophomore Shyyanne Mattson qualified for the Sectional Meet in  the high jump while freshman Sara Behling joined her with a fine performance in the 300M hurdles.  

Note: State Results: Quinn finished 4th in the 200M finals with a time of 22.53 for a great finish.  He didn't fair as well in the 100, where his prelim time of 12.09 was just short of qualifying for the finals.

Congratulations to Quinn and his coaches for a great run during the season!