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Welcome to the CUHS sports webpage. To your left is a link to each of the fall sports team schedules at CUHS. If you need information relating to athletics, contact the Athletic Director at (559) 665-1331 xt. 2266 or email him.

Jordan Murphy
Athletic Director
Email: murphyj@chowchillahigh.org
Phone: (559) 665-1331 xt. 2266
Fax: (559) 665-1074



Athletic Achievements

Cross Country Team

Congratulations to our JV Girls and Varsity boys Cross Country teams on taking First place at the Firebaugh invitational!!

Johnston Qualifies for 2017 CIF Boys State Wrestling Championship

Congratulations to Matthew Johnston for placing 9th at Masters Division this past weekend. Matthew has made history and qualified for the 2017 CIF Boys State Wrestling Championship in Bakersfield.

Johnston & Ramirez Qualify for Masters Division Wrestling Tournament

Congratulations to Matthew Johnston for placing 2nd and Victor Ramirez for placing 6th in their respective weight division at the 2017 CIF Valley Championships in Hanford. Both Matthew and Victor qualified to the Masters Division wrestling tournament in Clovis and have the opportunity to qualify for the state wrestling tournament.

JV Girls Basketball Finishes the season 24-0

Congratulations to our Girls JV Basketball team on finishing the season 24-0 and becoming the N.S.L JV Champions!!!! Go Tribe!!! 


Andres Rios Signs with San Jose State

Andres Rios, CUHS Class of 2015, after being named JC All-American at Fresno City this past season has signed a letter of Intent with the Division-I San Jose State Spartans. Congratulations Andres and best of luck as a Spartan!

Wrestling Championship Results

Congratulations to the Wrestling team on their achievements are the results for the 2017 NSL Wrestling Championships.

Individual Champions:

  • Victor Ramirez- 145 lbs.
  • Luciano Manzo - 160 lbs.
  • Matthew Johnston - 285 lbs.

2nd Place

  • David Tapia - 120 lbs.

3rd Place

  • Josh Singh - 113 lbs.
  • Zayne Schallberger - 126 lbs.
  • Jaxson Ingraham - 152 lbs.
  • Marcos Maya - 182 lbs.
  • Juan Lopez - 195 lbs.

4th Place

  • Warren Hobart - 106 lbs.
  • Darius Simon - 132 lbs.
  • Brent Smith - 138 lbs.

Girls Golf 2nd in Valley

The Girls Golf team has just finished one of their most successful seasons to date.  The girls were 7-0 in preseason dual matches against various valley schools and finished in 2nd place in the North Sequoia League standings behind the D-II powerhouse Yosemite High School.  To cap off a great year, the Lady Tribe were runner-up in the CIF Central Section D-III Girls Golf Championships held at Lemoore GC.  The Tribe finished with a combine team score of 500 losing just behind Sanger High School winning with a score of 475.  The individual Redskin 18 holes scores were as follows:

  • Destanie Blair: 84
  • Claire Wright: 92
  • Hannan Keogh: 100
  • Katelin Eickholt: 110
  • Allie Saurez: 115
  • Camille Dicochea: 119

After such great play at the D-III Championships the Lady Tribe had two golfers qualify for the CIF Central Section Individual Golf Championships held at Kings Country Club in Hanford.  Senior, Destanie Blair and sophomore, Claire Wright both played a tough course to shoot 92 and 94 respectfully.  The Lady Tribe would like to thank all the boosters who supported them this season:

  • Redskin Parents
  • Pheasant Run Women’s Golf Club
  • Pheasant Run Men’s Golf Club
  • Pacific Women’s Golf Association

Girls Golf Team


Sports Results for The Week Ending 8/26

  • The Varsity Football team got off to a great start beating Roosevelt 51-0 on Friday.
  • The JV Football team also had a big win on Friday with a score of 34-7
  • The Varsity Volleyball team took 2nd Place at the Raisin Harvest Invitational with Sydney Spomer and Kinsley Vlot earning All Tournament honors
  • Our Girls Tennis and Golf teams are both Undefended to start the season
  • Boys and girls water polo are both doing great they beat Mc lane last week and the Girls Water polo team recorded their first ever shutout with a 11-0 win.

Girls Volleyball Team