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CCHS Sports Medicine Students Take 4th Place in All American National Championship

Also, three individual Culver City High students placed in the top 25.

Sports Medicine students did the school proud, when they recently participated in the National High School Sports Medicine Competition.

The students earned 3rd place in the Cramer Division (schools with 2000+ students) and overall 4th place in the AACI National Championship. Three Culver City High School students, including two juniors, also achieved All-American status by placing in the top 25 of the division.

The two-fold competition comprised a 250-question test and the top 10 finishers took part in a videoconference over Skype to determine the final top 10 standings.

Students were tested on their knowledge of first aid, CPR, emergency procedures, medical terminology and legal issues.

Below is the list of individual and team rankings:

Culver City High School All-American List:

Place

First Name

Last Name

7

Cassandra

Garcia

11

Brandi

Finney

23

Gary

Barryhill

Cramer (Large Schools) Division Standings:

1

Wenatchee High School (Wenatchee, WA): Division National Champions

2

Valencia High School (Valencia, CA)

3

Culver City High School (Culver City, CA)

4

Monte Vista High School (Danville, CA)

5

Palm Springs High School (Palms Springs, CA)

Overall School Rankings:

No.

School

Division

Final Place

1

Wenatchee High School

Cramer

74.822

2

St. Francis High School

Alert

74.032

3

Valencia High School

Cramer

73.903

4

Culver City High School

Cramer

72.006

5

La Canada High School

Jaybird

71.815

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jerry chabola June 19, 2012 at 04:49 PM
Contratulations to Mr. Marcos White and his students! Mr. White is a fantastic role model who teaches 5 classes and works as the full time trainer at CCHS. We need to find a way to compensate him in the manner he deserves! Our young people deserve the best, he is the best!

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