CHL Trivia Tuesday Edition, May 19, Thursday Answers


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Correct answers will be posted Thursday afternoon after 4:30.
Answers can be found on the many different links on the CHL Website.

Seven current schools were charter members of the CHL in 1985.  Two schools left the league in the 1990's & one join the league in the late 1980's.  This week's questions will focus on those three schools.

 1. Two part question...  How many state titles did CAPE have?  4 In what sports did they win the titles? Football (3), Girls' Track & Field (1)
 2. Who was Taylor's first individual state champion? Emily Thompson, cross country 2002
 3.  What was Taylor girls' basketball record this past season? 17-8
 4. Who was the CHL Football Offensive Player of the Year in 1992? Chad Doerr (Loveland)
 5. Taylor is the only school in the league that has a 
different name for the district.  What is the name of Taylor's school district? Three Rivers Local School District
 6. Carlos Snow (CAPE) still holds how many boys' track & field league records? two, 100 Dash & 4 x 100 Relay
 7. What sport was Loveland not a CHL league champ?  football, girls' cross country, girls' basketball, wrestling    girls' basketball
 8. Taylor boys' won the CHL league cross country title five times.  What years? Five in a row 2001-2005
 9. In 1987, Loveland won their first CHL league title in what sport? baseball
10. In 1989, who was the CHL Football Defensive Play of the Year? Taver Johnson (CAPE)
11. Taylor's first year in the CHL was 1989.  What two league titles did they win in their first school year in the league? boys' basketball, boys' track & field
12. At the end of the 1995 school year, what conference did Loveland join? Fort Ancient Valley Conference
13. In what year did Taylor win the CHL Boys' Golf league title? 2009
14. What is the reason CAPE left the CHL in 1994? school dissolved 
15. In the Taylor's school district is the town of North Bend.  It is the only place in America to have what?  Birthplace of an American president (Benjamin Harrison) and buried place of an American president (William Henry Harrison).