Congratulations to Raider Boys Ice Hockey Team for winning the inaugural Merrimack Valley Conference Cup Title Tournament! They defeated Tewksbury Memorial High School by a score of five to two in the Division 1 Championship Game at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell on Sunday, February 21.
Congratulations to Raider Boys Basketball and Raider Girls Basketball! Both teams won the inaugural Merrimack Valley Conference Cup Title Tournaments! Good luck to those Raider teams and student-athletes still competing for MVC Cups!
Madison Guy '21, a captain on the Girls Ice Hockey Team, has led the Raiders by example – bringing character, heart, and soul to the ice. Good luck to Girls Raider Ice Hockey as they wrap up the season and play for the the MVC Cup!
Congratulations to Jermaine Wiggins '21, #81, who is receiving offers to continue his academic and athletic career at some of the most competitive football programs in the country. He and his Raider teammates are getting ready to start their football season as part of the Fall 2 Sports Season!
Claudia Porto '21, a captain on the Girls Basketball Team, has helped lead the Raiders to an undefeated record as they enter the Merrimack Valley Conference Tournament.
Congratulations to Haley Stewart '22, a member of the Raider Gymnastics Team and the National Honor Society, on being named a Commonwealth Motors Unsung Hero by The Eagle-Tribune.
Congratulations to Uyi Osayimwen '21 on his commitment to play football and pursue his academic dreams at Williams College. Uyi, a student leader on and off the field, received offers from some of the leading academic schools in the country, including every school in the New England Small College Athletics Conference (NESCAC).
Congratulations to Katharine Duren '21, New England Champion and record-breaking hurdler, on signing her National Letter of Intent (NLI) to compete in Division 1 track & field for the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB).
Each year, the CCHS community comes together for the O'Sullivan Memorial Alumni Race & Walk in loving memory of beloved coach and long-time teacher Peter O'Sullivan '67. This year's event is going virtual.
Congratulations to the 11 outstanding senior student-athletes who signed their National Letters of Intent (NLI) to compete in Division 1 or 2 collegiate-level sports.
Congratulations to Osamuyimen “Uyi” Osayimwen '21, who has received offers from some of the leading academic schools in the country. Uyi, one of the top linemen in the area, is also a top student committed to service and student leadership.
This summer, The Eagle-Tribune announced their All-Century Teams (21st Century) for each sport (All-Decade for football). Fifty-one Raiders made the teams, including one current student-athlete. (Three of the 51 made two of the teams.)
Congratulations to Katharine Duren '21, who has rewritten the area record books for the hurdles and is being heavily recruited by several leading schools, including Duke, West Point, Cornell, Colorado State, Minnesota, and UNH.
Congratulations to Casey Grange '03 on being named Coach of the Decade by the Boston Herald as part of their All-Decade Girls Soccer Team. Coach Grange, who also serves as the Girls Varsity Basketball Coach, has led the Girls Varsity Soccer Team to two Division 1 State Titles.
Congratulations to Michael Glynn '20, New England wrestling finalist and academic all-star, who will continue his wrestling career at the Rochester Institute of Technology, where he will major in mechanical engineering.