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Cashmere grad Lippert returns to town as Wenatchee coach
 

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Rachel Lippert, former Cashmere hoops standout, now a coach for Wenatchee, at 22 years old. Humor and patience are key if one wants to make it as a coach of teenage girls, Lippert said.
Lost in the hoopla of Celebrate Cashmere weekend was the fact that teenagers from all across the state met in Cashmere to play basketball at the annual Bulldog Challenge.

And lost among that parade of unfamiliar hoopsters was a familiar face: Rachel Lippert, who graduated from Cashmere in 2010 and who showed up at her old gym as an assistant coach for Wenatchee High School's girls basketball program.

Lippert, who played for the Bulldogs during her prep career, is an assistant coach with the freshman team at WHS. During this tournament, she served as the assistant coach for Wenatchee's B squad, except on June 29, where the head coach's absence obligated her to take the reins of the team.

Not bad for a lunch lady.

Thursday, July 10, 2014 More...

The best of the best at CHS
This is the Honor Roll for the second semester of the 2013-14 school year at Cashmere High School.
Wednesday, July 2, 2014 More...
Agricultural issues team finishes fifth at FFA state
The Agricultural Issues team from Cashmere's Future Farmers of America chapter finished fifth at the state competition last month in Pullman.

The team put on a presentation on the issue of Arctic Apple, a genetically engineered fruit from Canada that does not brown, and whose pending approval by the Food and Drug Administration is and will be the source of much contention among American growers.

"People are afraid of it and they don't know if it's safe," team member Ellie York said. The team's advisor Rusty Finch picked that issue. A reason for the choice is the fact that this apple was created just north of the border in the Okanagan Valley of Canada.

Thursday, June 26, 2014 More...
CHS Career Counselor Pat Henning retires after 18 years
After 18 years at Cashmere High School, the last 12 as its career counselor, Pat Henning is taking some of her own career advice: She's calling it one.

A longtime volunteer and substitute at Cashmere schools and the school district before she was hired in 1996 as a secretary, she made the switch to career counselor in 2002.

"It was a very big adjustment," she said. "When I came down there was one computer program, and soon after I came they changed to another computer program, and so we used that. Then in 2004, they changed to the program we use now."

The type of work also changed from the main office to the career center.

Thursday, June 26, 2014 More...
Osburn earns State berth
Cashmere golfer Clayton Osburn shot a 78 to finish second in districts, two shots back of the lead, and qualify for state. The golf state championships will take place in Spanaway between Wednesday and Thursday.
Thursday, May 29, 2014 More...

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