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The 60th Corcoran Cotton Festival is being planned for Saturday, October 2. With the return of the festival which was cancelled last year due to COVID—comes the return of the Amateur Rib Cook-Off. Festival activities will kick off with the Cost Less Foods parade which...
Aaliyah Thompson of Corcoran has added another honor to her growing list. Aaliyah has been named to the Div. V First Team All-State by Cal-Hi Sports.
Corcoran High Class Athletes of the Year were honored during last week’s Athlete of the Year banquet which was held in the Technology Learning Center at CHS. A female and male athlete of the year are chosen in each class. The following are the winners
Corcoran High School Student Alice Meik is named 2018-2019 Female Athlete of the Year.
Friday evening Corcoran High School held their annual Athlete of the Year banquet. The event honors top overall athletes, class athletes and scholar athletes of the year for Corcoran High School. Winners in each category are chosen by CHS coaches.
The Corcoran High School Panthers ended the final season of sport this past week and capped the year with three spring season Varsity East Sequoia League Titles, finishing the school year with six varsity league championships in the 17 sports that CHS participates in annually.
The Corcoran High School Panther wrestling team competed at the Division 2 Valley tournament last week which was held at Shafter High School and Brock Rogers came home a Div. 2 Valley Champion.
Brothers Justin and Kevin George of Corcoran have won the bronze medal in the team competition at the Long Range World Rifle Championships which were recently held in New Zealand.
The Corcoran High School varsity football season came to an end Friday night after a loss in a playoff matchup against, East Sequoia League rival, Woodlake. CHS lost to Woodlake 7-46. On offense Corcoran’s lone touchdown came from quarterback Herman Luna who connected...
The Corcoran High Panther Cross Country team had some fun last Thursday at the annual Rich Parris Twilight Invitational, which was held in Madera. The race is named after popular coach, Rich Parris who has won numerous Cross Country Valley titles. In the past, Coach...