• Cambridge Tribesmen Booster Club hosts third annual Senior Athletic Banquet2017 Senior Athletes

    On Thursday, June 8, the Cambridge Tribesmen Booster Club hosted its third annual Senior Athletic Banquet at the Cambridge American Legion. Approximately 125 people attended the ceremony recognizing the 33 senior athletes. Jim Sweeney, UAlbany football coach and former NY Jet, addressed the athletes and commended their successes.

    The Booster Club presented each athlete with a keychain as a token of remembrance to their CCS athletic careers. Additionally, the Club recognized the three individuals who played a sport in the fall, winter and spring seasons. Shawn Lemieux, Ryan McLenithan and Max Ratelle received gift certificates to Dick’s Sporting Goods.

    In addition to the Booster Club awards, each varsity coach presented an award to the athlete(s) they felt deserved recognition, based on their own criteria. The awardees were:

    Football: Ryan McLenithan

    Golf: Gabe Evans
    Volleyball: Rhilyn Ogilvie and Audrey Roosevelt
    Girls Soccer: Michelle Young
    Boys Soccer: Justin Blanchfield
    Boys Basketball: Lucas Winchester
    Cheerleading: Shyanne Sherwin
    Track and Field: Malachi Best and Lynn Brownell
    Lacrosse: Christian Hunt
    Softball: Mattie Clifton
    Baseball: Skylar Brenenstuhl

    The Booster Club would like to thank the American Legion for hosting and catering the event.

    Congratulations to the senior athletes! Good luck in your future endeavors! 

    Sophia Phillips wins Elks Hoop Shoot National ChampionshipSophia Phillips

    A Cambridge area girl can now claim the title of National Champion. Cambridge Central School student Sophia Phillips won the girls' 12-13 age group in the Elks Hoop Shoot National Finals Saturday, April 22 in Chicago.

    Sophia sank ten of ten from the chairty stripe in the first round. She then followed up making fourteen of fifteen in the second round, tying a girl from Idaho. In a shoot-out, Sophia made five for five to win the title.

    Phillips will have her name permanently inscribed on the Hoop Shoot plaque in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts. She has been invited to attend a recognition ceremony in September.

    Sophia was the best female shooter of the day by calmly sinking 29 out of 30 attempts. As a result, she was the recipient of the coveted Getty Powell Award. This prestigious award was named after Gerald Powell who implemented the "Hoop Shoot" program on a national level. The Phillips' will be traveling to Reno, Nevada in July to accept the award. Sophia is the daughter of Bob and Edith Phillips of Greenwich, NY.