Mustang Monitor: September 22
Official Fall Greetings, (well, almost)
Yet, it does appear that we have some great Fall weather in our immediate future. And, if your backyard looks like mine, there is no doubt that Fall is upon us…, the ground, the deck, the flower beds…..
We had a good, good week last week with many excellent showings and wins in tennis, golf, volleyball and football. And, some great performances in cross county with Michael Games continuing his winning ways. I hope you were able to attend and see our outstanding student athletes in action.
There continues to be great action this week including one special event. The girls and boys golf teams will be competing in the 2-4A District Tournament on Tuesday. Play begins at 9:00 am following practice rounds Monday afternoon. Best wishes to these two squads and they work to represent CAC and toward qualifying for the state tournaments in the coming weeks.
Another special event will also occur Tuesday. In addition to conference volleyball action on Mustang Mountain, the CAC Drama Department will host CAC’s Got Talent! This annual talent show provides an opportunity for many of our students to showcase talents and gifts in most entertaining ways. There will be a full slate of performers in a fast-paced show beginning at 7:00 pm. There will also be a bake sale featuring wonderful, yet exceedingly healthy treats. (Chocolate comes from trees therefore; it’s a vegetable!) Admission to the Bake Sale is $5.00 but you get to see the talent show for free. OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT. Come out a bit early, see some volleyball then parade across the atrium for a night of entertainment and treats. BTW, bring some cash and/or checks as this is a significant fund-raiser for the Drama Department. I happen to know there will be some wonderful cheesecake and bread pudding gift cards available!
A big ole SHOUT OUT to the great following you’ve given the Mustang Football Squad. Great fan support, an excellent and rowdy student section and an outstanding cheer squad have been most encouraging at these away games. This week, conference action begins with a short trip to Searcy to visit Riverview High School. We hope to see you there and GO MUSTANGS!
That puts a wrap on this issue. We hope it finds you well. Thank you very much for your attention and support; we do appreciate you for it. And, give us a shout if we may be of help.
Doug Killgore, CMAA