Stories from The Trail

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Stories from The Trail

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Stories from The Trail

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CT let’s BeReal

Let’s BeReal CT

What is BeReal? BeReal is a social media platform that allows friends and family to take pictures of what they are doing at a certain time. In this story, we will be seeing what different fall sports are up to through the eyes of different students.



  One Cherokee Trail junior explained why they enjoy watching volleyball, “I like to watch CT volleyball play because it is entertaining and it’s not like football where they stop in between plays, the rallies in volleyball are really entertaining to watch.”

  Cherokee Trail varsity girls volleyball, coached by Mr. Finch currently has a record of 11 – 12  overall.











  A Cherokee Trail sophomore expressed why they enjoy watching the yearly powderpuff, “I liked watching a contact sport played by girls.”

  Cherokee Trail has a yearly fundraiser where senior and junior girls have the opportunity to participate in a flag football game coached by their classmates. This year, the junior class of, “change”, took over the senior class of, “magic” to win this year’s annual powderpuff game!











  A junior at Cherokee Trail said why they enjoy watching the CT dance team, “I like poms because I can do my favorite sport while being involved in school activities too.” 

  Cherokee Trail Dance Team currently holds the state championship title and went on to compete in nationals. Their first competition is on November 4th.










  One CT sophomore explained why they enjoy watching cheer, “I like watching cheer at the different games because it adds school spirit and is cool to watch.”

  Cherokee Trail cheer had their first competition on Saturday, 10/14. Competing Traditional and Game Day getting 2nd and 3rd place for varsity and 2nd and 7th place for JV.







  A sophomore from Cherokee Trail told us why they like watching softball, “I like watching softball because the team spirit makes the game even more fun and the different ways the girls celebrate after they get a run.”

  Cherokee Trail varsity girls softball, coached by Caley Mitchell, ended with a record of 20-8 overall.










  One Cherokee Trail freshman explained why they enjoy watching football, “I like watching football because the game is interesting and exciting, it keeps me on the edge of my seat.”

  Cherokee Trail varsity boys football, coached by Justin Jajczyk, currently has a record of 5 – 5  overall. CT also recently beat rivals, Grandview, GVK!









Show up and show out for our CT athletics this year!

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Haley Hume
Haley Hume, Staff Reporter
Haley Hume is a sophomore at Cherokee Trail High School. She plays volleyball for her highschool, she also plays volleyball for her club Front Range. She loves to hang out with her friends, whether that is doing something outside of the house or just watching a movie in her room. If you are looking for her you could find her at the volleyball court, with her puppies, or talking with her friends.
Lily Buttshaw
Lily Buttshaw, Staff Reporter
Lily Buttshaw is a new member for the Trail Media program this year. She is a sophomore student athlete for Cherokee Trail. Lily is a second year varsity athlete as a sophomore and is also a part of the “Be Kind” campaign at school, although she is new to this campaign, she is hopeful and excited to see what it brings to the community!    In her free time, Lily loves to hangout with her softball teammates and go try new things with her friends. Lily also loves to listen to music and spend time with her mom. Although this is her first year in the Trail Media program, she is very excited to see what she can do, explore new topics, and learn new things with amazing people in this 2023-2024 school year.

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