Cherokee County School District drama students shone at Regional One Act Play Contest competitions!
In Region 6-6A, Sequoyah High School hosted Regions and earned second place overall, with River Ridge High School placing fifth and Creekview High School competing.
Sequoyah HS earned individual honors as well, with senior Presley Coley winning the Best Actress award, and senior Brisa Mendez and junior Jace Nichols named to the All-Star Cast. The crew won the Best Set Design honor.
Creekview HS junior Sophie Morrison was named to the All-Star Cast. River Ridge HS seniors Paul Berent and Lily Dammann both were named to the All-Star Cast.
In Region 4-7A, Cherokee High School hosted the competition and placed second, followed by Etowah High School in third and Woodstock High School in fourth place.
Cherokee HS saw individual honors as well, with senior Regan Bristol earning Best Supporting Actress, junior Drew Stills winning Best Actor, and junior Faith Miller and sophomore Mckenzie Chambers named to the All-Star Cast.
Etowah HS junior Beth Leak and senior Sebastian Piatt were named to the All-Star Cast, and the crew earned the Best Costumes honor. Woodstock HS junior Chandler Champion won the Best Supporting Actor honor, with juniors Mason Nix and Jill Turner named to the All-Star Cast, while the crew earned the Best Set Design award.
The individual award winners will be recognized by the Cherokee County School Board and Superintendent of Schools at the School Board’s Dec. 13 meeting.
Cherokee High School
Creekview High School
Etowah High School
River Ridge High School
Sequoyah High School
Woodstock High School