Collierville High School

CHS has 11 National Merit Semifinalists and 12 Commended Scholars

Athletics News

CHS Singers To Participate in the All-Southwest TN Regional Honor Choir

The following CHS singers will be participating in the All-Southwest TN regional honor choirs this Friday, 11/17, from 8am-3pm at Greater Imani Church in Memphis.
Soprano
Aubrey English, Teyah Young, Meher Boghani, Emily Hale, Gracie Tanner, Hannah Andre, and Carol Ann Land

Alto
Lexie Mendenhall, Taylor Mercer, Emma Waycaster, Gabby Adams, and Claire Criner

Tenor
Roman Austin, Matthew White, and Parker Hood

Bass
Cooper Clack, Dehn Basham, Cameron Hutson, and Jack Siegel
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Collierville Swimming Sweeps County Meet 1

Opening season for swimming began on Thursday and the Dragons started off with a bang. Collierville took first place in the boys, girls, and combined results to begin the hot start to the season. The boys team scored a 127, the girls team scored 99 for a combined score of 226 - more than double the 2nd place team, St. George's, at 102.
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Lady Dragons Soccer named #13, crack MaxPreps National Rankings

The Collierville girls' soccer team is ranked 13th in the nation in this week’s MaxPreps Top 25 rankings that were released Tuesday morning.

This is the second time Collierville has appeared in national rankings. Earlier this year the Lady Dragons were listed in USA Today's Top 25.

The Lady Dragons soccer team defeated the defending state champions, Clarksville, on Saturday to advance to this week's AAA State Tournament in Murfreesboro.
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Lady Dragons Defeat Defending State Champs, Advance To State Tournament

In girls' soccer sectional action on Saturday, Middle Tennessee State commit Cambell Kivisto scored with 2 minutes to play in overtime to lead the Dragons to victory over Clarksville. The Wildcats are the defending state champions. Fellow MTSU commit Liza Slavinsky added an insurance goal on a penalty kick and the Lady Dragons prevailed the 2-0 win. Murray State commit Emily Samisch recorded another clean sheet. Collierville will open play in the TSSAA AAA State Tournament on Wednesday. Click on the link to see the state tournament bracket.
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CHS football coach Mike O'Neill stepping aside to get cancer treatments

Following Friday's thrilling victory over arch-rival Houston, Collierville football coach Mike O'Neill told his team that he is stepping aside for the rest of the season as he begins treatment for an aggressive form of throat cancer. His final game will be Friday against Arlington before turning it over to his staff for the postseason. Collierville is 6-3 with a 2-1 record in Region 7-6A. Dragon Nation is behind Coach O'Neill and wish him all the best. We know he won't back down. #dragonfamily #Iwontbackdown #themesong
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