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Seniors lead CMSF after first PBIS event of year

  • Freshman Logan Daughenbaugh looks to eliminate a senior in the Championship game.

    Freshman Logan Daughenbaugh looks to eliminate a senior in the Championship game.
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  • Dodgeball champs, from left, are Cayden Schapmire, Sergio Zertuche, Braden Snodgrass, Ary Guyton, Aidan Rollins, Gabby Huntley, Lily Crisp, Caden VanMeter, Keona Caldwell, Angelina DeTomasi, Zavier Rollins, and Savannah Stone.

    Dodgeball champs, from left, are Cayden Schapmire, Sergio Zertuche, Braden Snodgrass, Ary Guyton, Aidan Rollins, Gabby Huntley, Lily Crisp, Caden VanMeter, Keona Caldwell, Angelina DeTomasi, Zavier Rollins, and Savannah Stone.
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  • Dodgeball consolation champs are, from left, Honey Rose, Devyn Valdez, Laney Rister, Lizzie Bristow, Kaden Shaw, Nakaya Miller, Matty Kerley, Alli Parks, Lane Boaz, Brayden Owens, Donte Ellis, Coach DeNeal, and MVP Brody Morris (on the floor).

    Dodgeball consolation champs are, from left, Honey Rose, Devyn Valdez, Laney Rister, Lizzie Bristow, Kaden Shaw, Nakaya Miller, Matty Kerley, Alli Parks, Lane Boaz, Brayden Owens, Donte Ellis, Coach DeNeal, and MVP Brody Morris (on the floor).
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  • Freshman Cadence Boaz learns to dodge, dip, duck, dive, and dodge in the Championship game.

    Freshman Cadence Boaz learns to dodge, dip, duck, dive, and dodge in the Championship game.
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Submitted by Carrier Mills-Stonefort High School
updated: 9/10/2021 1:54 PM

The Carrier Mills-Stonefort High School just completed the first PBIS Event of the year. PBIS stands for Positive Behavior Interventions and Strategies, and it is the school's way of rewarding students for their hard work, positive choices and respect towards their teachers and peers.

The students are rewarded at least once a month with a PBIS Event for following the Rule of Five (Attend School, Learn Something New, Ask Questions, Tell the Truth, and Treat Others with Respect).

Homeroom Challenge #1
The Dodgeball Tournament was on Sept. 3. All students with their work completed to the best of their ability by Sept. 3, were allowed to participate. Each class had a team of 12 players.

The freshmen team, Ryan's Renegades, were: Darnel Ellis, Erika Skaggs, Jalon Ellis, Ariana Jennings, Jalon Ellis, Coach Ryan, Nate Shaffer, Tyli Harp, Logan Daughenbaugh, Brianna Grissom, Ellijiah Taylor, JuJu Crisp and Jace Cochran.

DeNeal's Destroyers, the sophomores, were: Braydon Owens, Alli Parks, Devyn Valdez, Honey Rose, Kaden Shaw, Lizzie Bristow, Brody Morris, Nakaya Miller, Lane Boaz, Laney Rister, Donte Ellis, Matty Kerley, and Coach DeNeal.

The Junior team, Eisenhauer's Giant Killers, were: Coach Eisenhauer, Andrea Sumner, Dalton Stevers, Anna Sturgill, Riley Avery, Abbi Musgraves, Robbie Hadley, Riley Vinson, Kaylee Horn, Caleb Roski, Dylan Parks, Zoe Threlkeld, Zhayne Isbell, Annitston Zertuche, and Candace Murphy.

Kuhlmann's Killaz, the senior class, were: Ary Guyton, Coach Kuhlmann, Lily Crisp, Sergio Zertuche, Aubrey Bozarth, Braden Snodgrass, Angelina DeTomasi, Caden VanMeter, Savannah Stone, Cayden Schapmire, Keona Caldwell, Aidan Rollins, Gabby Huntley, and Zavier Rollins.

In the first game, it was Ryan's Renegades upsetting Eisenhauer's Giant Killers. The Freshmen Class then advanced to the championship game and the juniors moved to the consolation bracket.

In the second semi-final, Kuhlmann's Killaz narrowly escaped against DeNeal's Destroyers. The seniors then advanced to the Championship while the Sophomores moved on to the consolation championship contest.

For the consolation championship, it came down to the final two competitors for both the sophomores and the juniors. Sophomore Brody Morris, after ducking out of the way from a high throw, had only 13 seconds remaining on the clock. Brody picked up the dodgeball, and with 8 seconds left, he hit Junior Riley Avery for the win. DeNeal's Destroyers, after the upset, stormed the floor to accept their Consolation Championship Belt.

In the Championship Game, the seniors dominated from start to finish. In the end, Kuhlmann's Killaz were presented with the Championship Belts and Coach Kuhlmann received the Victory is Ours trophy!

After one PBIS Event, the Senior Class is in first place with 10 points, the freshmen are in second with 8 points, the Sophomore Class is third with 6 points, and the juniors are bringing up the rear with 4 points. The class with the most points after the final PBIS Event will receive a pizza party on April 29.