Spring Try outs

February 2nd , 2015

Monday-Friday 3:30-5:00 on the Varsity Softball Field

Players MUST have Athlete Clearance complete through the ASB office in order to try out.

Players are ENCOURAGED to start the Progress NOW!!!!! (Jan 7th)

Pick up your packets in the ABS office before school, brunch, lunch or after school.

Aumni Update!

Mariah Martinez class of 2012 recently received the President's volunteer Service Award signed by Barack Obama. There are three levels: gold, silver, and bronze- She received GOLD! Mariah has just completed her sophomore year at Humboldt State. Cougar Nation is VERY PROUD OF YOU! 

Class of 2014 Congrats!

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Congrats to the class of 2014

Brittney Souza- Champin Univeristy on Academic Scholorship

Mariaha Montes- Arizona State for academics

CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2013

 Johnna Blank- Chico State 

Kaslin Ettema- Sonoma State

Jelly Carrillo- Gavilian and will play softball

Ari Vasquez- Gavilian College

Kristen Dennis-Gavilian and will play softball

Congratulation Class of 2012

Aly Olvera- Softball Scholorship to Vanguard University

Mariah Maritnez-Humbolt State, will be a redshirt on team

Kayla Medrano- Gavilian playing softball

Olivia Barajas- Gavilian playing softball

 

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New Coach Announced!!!!

CHS and Athlete Director Courtney Grimm announced in Dec that Julian Santiago has been selected to be the new Varsity Head Coach. Julian brings to the plate an abundance amount of softball coaching experience. Last year, he helped Coach Robinson to a 6-6 league record and 2 years prior to that he coached the Christopher JV team. He has also coach on various club teams, including the Gilroy Chaos. Julian has 3 daughters of his own and currently works as a special education teacher in the District. Please email Julian with any questions:

julian.santiago@gilroyunified.org

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Courgar Expectations

Play With Emotion, Confidence, and an I Can Do Attitude.
A Commitment To Give Maximum Effort At All Times.
A Commitment To Improve Personally, Mentally, and Physically.
To Support Other Players and The Coaches In A Positive Manner.
To Anticipate Game Situations

Coach Robinson Resigns after 12 years

After 12 years of coaching High School Softball Coach Robinson has decided to step away from the game to manage her own family. Coach Robinson had twins boys in May of 2013, and also has a 7 year, and 5 year old sons.  She didn't feel she'd be able to give the girls the time they deserved and be the mom/wife she wants to be."Coaching is/was my passion and I was so happy to be able to give back what I have learned though the game both on the field and in life. I love being able to mentor the girls and see them grow with the skills and as people. I will truly miss it, but I will also enjoy the flexibly to coach my sons teams and be there for my twins."After winning a National Championship at University of Arizona Coach Robinson went on to coach at Chandler High School where she turned a shattered program into a state contending team in 5 shot years. Once she got that program on its feet she decided to move on to a new challenge. She got hired to help open a Perry High School in Gilbert, Az. During their first year of varsity competition Coach Robinson led them to the D3 state semi finals. She was there for 4 years until deciding to move her family back to N Cal where she was born and raised. She got hired to teach special and coach at Christopher. During her time as a coach she has helped her athletes earn scholarships to Univ. of Buffalo, Univ.of Mary  in N. Dakota, Mid West Tenn. State, Alcorn State, N. Carolina State, Arizona State, Univ. of Montana, Harvard, and Vanguard Univ. She also has 15 of her players go on the play at the junior college level. 

Country Grimm, Christopher High Athlete Director, announced in Dec that Julian Santiago is the new Head Coach! 

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2014 Awards MLB/Team

Congrats to our Varsity softball team for winning the 2014 Christopher High Academic TEAM award for having 12 of 13 players being honored as Scholar Atheletes having a 3.0 or higher. Only one team wins this per season. Cougar nation is very proud of your work in the classroom and on the field!

Principal 4.0 or higher- Mack Holt, and Miranda Rehnborg

MLB Selections

1st Team  MBL Brook Loesch (Jr)

2nd Team MBL - Pati Soria (Soph), and Mickalya Decker (Soph)

Honorable mention MBL - Morgan England (Soph), and Mack Holt (Jr)

MLB Sportsmanship- Morgan England (Soph)

 

Team: (As Voted on by their teammates)

Team MVP: Pati Soria (Soph)

Offensive Player of the year: Morgan England (Soph)

Deffensive Player of the year: Brook Loesch (Jr)

Cougar Award: Emily Fredricks (Fresh)

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Parent Drivers needed for both levels

Parents please follow through with the parent drivers packets ASAP. You can not drive unless you have been approved and put on the approved GUSD drivers list. Call AD Darren Yaffai with any questions. If we do not get enought drivers, will we have to forfit games. Thank you in advance for taking care of this and for helping out our program.

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CHRISTOPHER SOFTBALL PHILOSOPHY

                       Education is an on-going process.  In order to learn or improve ourselves we must challenge our minds and sacrifice for the good of the team. We must do extra in order to improve.  Our philosophy in the sport of softball is the same as for life…

            As Courgar's we will consistently strive to reach our maximum potential both on and off the field.  We know what we do at home, church, school, and on the field, as well as any other place is directly related to the success we have in all areas.  We are representing Christopher High School with pride and integrity. Our commitment to be our best in every facet increases our success in each component of our lives.  One cannot work hard on the field and not in the classroom.  We need everyone to understand the importance of this so we don’t run into problems with people missing practice due to being irresponsible. You will not let your team or yourself down.  We are pursuing and continuing to build a strong tradition at Christopher High School.  Cougar pride is a reality and the experiences each player accrue will last a life long and transfer to adult life.