This auctions main purpose is to raise money to help our kids attending Capital High School. There is a large gap between school funding and what our kids need to participate and compete at their best level. We try to bridge that gap. All WIAA supported activities and groups at CHS can apply for a grant to purchase items they need. We have paid for various equipment, practice gear, uniforms, IT support, choreography, the band trailer, etc.
It is a great cause and you will definitely enjoy your evening!
Can you or someone you know in our business community sponsor this years auction? Sponsors receive recognition the evening of the event and on all auction printed materials. Auction Sponsorship Levels are: Cougar Gold – $500; Cougar Cardinal – $250; Cougar White – $125; and Cougar – $50. The CHS Booster Club is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization so your donation is tax deductible (Tax ID 92-2130820). Thank you for considering sponsorship by clicking the link below.
STATE BOUND Cougars!!
Congrats Cougar gymnastics on placing 5th out of 14 teams at districts. Kaitlyn Mahoney, Lindsay McGaughy, Maria Dunning, and Rhianna Smith all qualified as individuals for State competition. Congratulations ladies! Continue flipping and flying all the way through State!
Congratulations to Kylee Heaston (115 lbs.) on your State birth! We are so proud of you and look forward to you competing at this next level.
Alijah Wiatt (160 lbs.) and Josh Halpin (126 lbs.) earned state births. Congratulations to you both! We are proud to have you represent CHS at State! Go get ’em guys!
Capital will compete at State in the 200 yd Medley Relay and 200 yd Freestyle Relay. Individual Cougar swimmers headed to State are Connor Fallot (500 Free) and Alex Landry (100 yd Breaststroke). Swim your way to victory boys!
District Competition Results
Boys hoops hosted Spanaway in their first district game winning 47-35. Next they took on Wilson and came up short 41-59. They will now play Kelso on Wednesday, February 19, 7:45 pm at Foss High School. From this point forward it’s loser out games, so lets keep the bus rollin’ Cougs!
The Lady Cougars started district play hosting Hudson’s Bay losing 43-51. They beat Spanaway Lake tonight 79-59 at Rogers High School in their first loser out game of the tournament. Our Lady Cougs are moving on in districts to play Yelm on Thursday, February 20, 7:45 pm at Clover Park High School. Keep the “W’s” going ladies!