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Boys Intro Page/Season Wrap-up

2017 Boys All State:

Trey Cima Second Team

Chris Lebanion Honorable Mention



2017 Boys Sweet 16 Champs!!!!

2017 Boys District Tournament Team:

Jacob Johnson

Trey Cima

Camden Harris

Nathaniel Bingham  Defensive MVP



2017 Boys Region Tournament Team:

Jack Schuhmann

Jacob Johnson

John Lebanion

Lawrence Lewis

Chris Lebanion Defensive MVP

2017 Boys Region Champs!!


2017 Boys Banquet Awards:

MVP......................Chris Lebanion
Offense..................Jack Schuhmann/ Trey Cima
Defense..................Natahniel Bingham
110%.....................Lucas Martin
Most Improved............Jacob Johnson
Redhound.................Jordan Lockaby
Honorable Mention........Lawrence Lewis
Coach's Award............J P Winchester

JV Awards:
Seth Kirby, Jon Lebanion, Cade Moore, Deacon Brock, Camden Harris, Nick 
Lebanion, Jackson Moore



2017 Senior Boys Academic

Lawrence Lewis...............4.7

J P Winchester...............4.5

Jacob Johnson................4.4

Jordan Lockaby...............4.3




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2016 Boys District Team:

Trey Cima

Chris Lebanion

2016 Boys Banquet Awards:

MVP - Trey Cima

Offense Award - Lawrence Lewis

Defense Award - Chris Lebanion

110% Award - John Lowe

Most Improved - Nathaniel Bingham

Redhound Award - Ben Childers

Honorable Mention - Jacob Johnson

JV Awards - Jacob Johnson, Carson Hayes, Noah Steely, Seth Kirby, Jon 
Lebanion 
and Cade Moore

Boys Academic Awards:

Trey Cima...........4.7

Lawrence Lewis......4.7

Kaell Walden........4.7

Will Childers.......4.7

Seth Kirby..........4.7

2016 Season Wrap up:

For the second year on a row we have fallen short of the district final 
and 
regional play. While making finals is a level we have become accustom to, 
the 
last two seasons have shown you cannot take anything for granted. When a 
season presents a challenge you have to be ready to rise above it. That 
takes 
preparation. The last two seasons we have been well prepared for what our 
opponents would offer and I think looking at our results during the season 
proves we were very competitive both seasons. When unforeseen obstacles, 
like 
injury and other events, get thrown in your way you have to pull together 
to 
overcome those things. When a group gets used to looking to one or a few 
players to find the answer or if there is a lot of inexperience on a team, 
no 
matter how talented, that unity is difficult to find.
Soccer is constantly teaching us that it might be the ultimate team sport.
This is the value of high school athletics. It presents us with 
challenges, 
even in situations we might think we have all figured out. The approach is 
always: learn from it, work harder, prepare better so that you are ready 
the 
next time out.
We will play in many more finals in this program. What will put us there 
again 
is what has done so in the past; our approach. Someone once said, “winning 
is 
a habit”. What this season has reaffirmed is that the most important habit 
to 
develop is one that when the obstacles appear in front of you, that the 
first 
place we look is within ourselves to find more to give. Our seniors have 
been 
great examples of that good habit and their leadership will figure greatly 
in 
the future success of the classes behind them. We will use their example 
and 
the prepare better for any obstacle, not just the ones we can predict.

Coach Cima

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2015 Boys Banquet Awards:

MVP Lucas Canineu

Offense Award Dylan Browne

Defense Award  Matthew Steely

110% Award  Brandon Dizney

Most Improved Award  Matthew Smitley

Redhound Award   Josh Crabtree

Honorable Mention  Jonathon Carper

JV Awards:  Trey Cima, Jacob Johnson, Jack Schuhmann, Chris Lebanion, 

Nathaniel Bingham, Will Childers and Lawrence Lewis

Scholastic Awards, Trey Cima, Jacob Johnson and Will Childers


2015 Season wrap up:


This is not the season wrap-up I expected to write this year. We had very 
high 
expectations for ourselves. Having high expectations is a good thing – it 
means 
you’ve reached a certain level.When things don’t work out the way you 
plan, I 
guess the easy thing to do is to write it off as unfortunate, unlucky or 
just 
a 
bad day. That’s not the way we moved from hoping we’d be champions to 
expecting 
we’d be champions and that is not the way we will continue to move 
forward. 
Someone said nothing worthwhile is easy. If we are going to make our 
disappointment with how we finished this season worthwhile it is 
definitely 
not 
going to be easy. It is never easy to take a look at yourself to see what 
you 
didn’t do or what you should have done differently, but that is the work 
of 
true champions.As for the boys we graduate this year, falling short of 
advancing past districts and not giving ourselves the chance to defend our 
three straight region championships should not diminish the quality of 
this 
class or this team. They treated us to some of the best soccer ever played 
in 
this area and some wonderfully memorable moments this season. The 
impression 
that that play for the last four years has left on the parents, fans and 
especially the returning and future players in this program is their 
legacy



Coach Cima


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2014 Boys Banquet Award Winners:

MVP:  Lucas Canineu

Offense Award:  Tulio Canineu

Defense Award:  Ryan Thaler

110% : Drew Cooney

Most Improved:  Ryan Johnson

Redhound Award:  Zach Storms

Honorable Mention:  Jacob Storms

Boys JV Awards:  Ben Childers, John Lowe, Jacob Johnson, Chris Lebanion, 
Lawrence Lewis, Jack Schuhmann

Boys Leadership Awards:  Rolland Atkins, Tim Brock, Tulio Canineu, Drew 
Cooney, Ryan Johnson, Jerry Reed, Jake Rose, Jacob Storms, Zach Storms, 
Ryan 
Thaler, Caleb Wells



Boys 2014 Season Wrapup:

A few years ago we said that our expectation is to make it to the sweet 
sixteen year in and year out. Winning three consecutive region 
championships 
shows we are meeting those expectations. Some will say the realignment a 
few 
years ago favored us….. and they’d be right, but what they also need to 
take a 
closer look at is how we fair vs teams in the old alignment. What they 
would 
see is a program that is gaining ground every year.
Last year in this season wrap up I mentioned that that team showed us a 
glimpse of what we can be. Well, I think it is safe to say this year’s 
team 
allowed us more than a glimpse. Some incredible matches and moments we 
shared 
this season I, for one, will never forget. 
One of the things we talked a lot about this year is pace. We want to 
always 
be pushing our pace – to be able to individually and collectively do 
things at 
pace. ‘At pace’ – what does that mean? Pace does mean how quick or how 
fast, 
but when you consider the technical, tactical, physical and psychological 
components of the game, pace poses problems that are not always simple to 
sort 
out, although many times a simple solution is all that’s required. I think 
if 
you look at our season you can see when we started to sort things out and 
put 
performances together that, not only started winning games, but of which 
we 
could be proud.
A season always presents its problems and no matter which aspects of the 
game 
the issues are in, desire is always the most important thing. I tell 
players 
all the time, what you care about is what you will succeed at. Whatever it 
is 
that is important to you, you will train to be more skillful at it, study 
to 
understand it, work to prepare for it and think and conceive of a way to 
overcome any obstacle between you and it. In that way something as simple 
as a 
game and as incidental as a team or program can take on a greater 
significance. My hope every year is that the players learn more than just 
how 
to play better, more than how to compete better in a sport. It is obvious, 
from this teams successes, that we are improving - standing toe to toe 
with 
the state champions is something I would love to become the next 
expectation 
of this program. What is most important to me, though, is that these boys 
can 
take their experiences with each other, and this program, and use them to 
see 
that there is a pace to everything in life and solutions to any problem.

Coach Cima




Boys 2013 Season wrapup:


Every season has its challenges and tasks to complete to offer any 
opportunity at success. We define those at the beginning of each preseason 
and work on them the entire year. The reality is no matter how much you 
work 
on those things there are some habits, developed over time, that in the 
matter of a season are difficult to completely eradicate. You’ll see 
progress, maybe even glimpses of brilliance, but habit being what it is; 
we 
can revert back at any point. 
One of the things we talked about week in and week out this year was 
attitude 
to play. It’s easy to say I want to play and to get out on the field and 
expend energy, but when you start to characterize that energy as 
positive/negative, dynamic/static, aggressive/passive, 
confident/tentative, 
etc. you define the attitude with which you are playing the game. 
The game is always defined by a team’s tactical application of their 
technical ability. As well, the players’ athleticism has to be considered 
in 
the formation of a strategy, but the attitude with which they play is the 
intangible component that can make good teams, great, and very difficult 
to 
beat. It is always where a player finds his best play. 
For a time this year we played the best soccer any Corbin team has ever 
played. Parents, coaches and even players were in awe of how well we were 
playing during a period in the middle of the year – a great feat and 
impressive statement considering we graduated so many seniors off of a 
team 
that made the final 8 and the number of good teams and players we have had 
in 
the program over the last 20 years. Equally impressive are the 
achievements 
of this team to win district and region to make it back to the sweet 16 
after 
graduating so many starters last year.
I am confident that that play, and success, came from an attitude to play 
that I have never witnessed in so many players on my team at the same 
time. 
We have definitely had it in individuals and even in two or three players 
at 
a time in the past, but to see 11, 12, even 13 players being so positive, 
so 
dynamic, made this a very memorable season for me.
But alas, as with most progress, it seems you can only visit that place 
first. Sustaining that level and living there will take more time and more 
hard work. I think we were able to get back there at times and very much 
needed to in the first round of the district vs South. Unfortunately we 
were 
not able to muster that aggressive attitude again in the sweet 16 and ran 
into a very confident team with a tremendous will to win in Ashland. I 
don’t 
think I have ever witnessed a high school soccer game where so many shots 
were blocked in the first 5 yards of the taking. But there again is an 
example of that attitude.
Last year we stated that the expectation is set for this program to get to 
the Sweet 16 year in and year out. That task was a goal this team was not 
only able to achieve but did so in a champions fashion by getting both 
district and region titles. At the end of the day though, to me, the 
biggest 
success of this team is not in the trophies it won, but in the glimpse it 
gave us of what we can be. For that I thank the seniors, especially, who I 
challenged all year. They took the responsibility to do the work to 
improve 
those things we identified so many months ago. The things that had to 
happen 
for us to achieve all the successes we enjoyed this year. Their work has 
set 
higher expectations for our program- that is the task for every senior 
class: 
Job well done to those young men.

Coach Cima

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2013 Boys All-District
Dylan Browne
Andrew Thaler
Jesse Hyde
Lucas Canineu
Tulio Canineu - MVP Offensive

2013 Boys All Region
Jesse Hyde
Alex Thompson
Lucas Canineu
Ryan Thaler
Tulio Canineu - MVP Offensive

2013 Boys All State
honorable mention team
Lucas Canineu

2013 Boys All State 2nd team
Tulio Canineu

Boys 2013 District Champs
Boys 2013 Region champs
Boys 2013 Semi State (Sweet 16)

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Boys 2012 Season wrapup:

I thought writing a season wrap up for one of our most successful years 
would 
be easy – it was not!!

I think we look at a lot of things from the perspective that simply 
because 
we should be able to do something, that it will happen or be easy. The 
reality is that even though we should be able to do something, a 
remarkable 
amount of work and focus is still required to see it through.
We see it everywhere: how many times have you had to remind your kids of 
some 
simple task they should be able to do, but cannot seem to get it done 
without 
the reminder. We can offer many reasons why they don’t get it – quite 
often, 
I blame Xbox, but I realize now that I might have it all wrong….because, 
you 
see, Xbox gets it. Xbox understands that typical process is that you need 
multiple attempts(lives in the game) to get it done; that before it 
becomes ‘second nature’ or is the level that defines you, you have to get 
beyond the experience. Is it the games mimicking life or life mimicking 
the 
games….I don’t know, but does it matter if it is reality?
In sport we see it all the time as well. Why do we use repetition as a 
training technique? Well first, obviously, to develop the skill, or maybe, 
after a layoff, to refresh the skill and hone the techniques. Still, we 
know 
most coaches, in just about every skill based sport, will continue to 
hammer 
the skills on a daily or weekly basis even though players are using those 
skills in other types of training and in the competitions. So why continue 
to 
train them? Most coaches would say it is because we want those skills to 
be 
automatic; to have the ability without the necessity of all your thought 
to 
perform it.
There have been a good number of seasons I thought we were the best team, 
but 
ended up not getting as far as I had thought or hoped we would. There have 
been many players I saw potential in that never really realized that 
potential. I used to be a big fan of the show West Wing. I didn’t agree 
with 
all the politics of the show, but I’ll tell you, I wish our politicians 
demonstrated some of those attitudes toward governing.  One of the 
taglines 
in the show was president Jed Bartlet, played by Martin Sheen, always 
uttering ‘what’s next’ when one of the storylines in the episode played 
out. 
I liked that “let’s get on with it” attitude, even though sometimes it’s 
better to focus on what is.
How do we reconcile that need to continue to do something we are somewhat 
accomplished at with the good attitude of pushing on and continuing to 
progress? Pacing is a part of life that we are constantly learning about. 
Perceptions of it change with every new day, experience and understanding. 
It 
might be considered one of the core understandings about life. How do we 
identify pace in our lives? How do we not get caught up in the repetition 
or 
the hunger to go further? I think one strategy is to step outside of the 
situations of our lives and evaluate our actions and our progress. 
Our success this year was due to many factors, some within our control and 
some outside of our control. There is always a measure of any success that 
is 
fortuitous.  One factor is being able to realize that situation and take 
advantage of it. Some people will look at our success and say the road got 
easier so of course you were able to go further or do better. I can say, 
being in the Sweet 16 twice before and feeling as though one of those 
times 
we were very capable of winning the match, that it might be one of those 
things you just need to do a few times to be able to move past it.
When I reflect on this season I see numerous opportunities for us to have 
failed, and we nearly did a few times. Another factor was a refusal to let 
that happen. We hear that ‘refuse to lose’ cliché all the time in sports, 
but 
what does it mean? I am not sure I can define it completely, but I know 
this 
year, for us, it had a lot to do with playing with joy and not playing 
scared. To keep it in perspective you have to step outside of it: you have 
to 
be aware of your pace, otherwise you will get caught up in it.
I am not sure we reached our full potential as a team or that each person 
did 
as individuals, but I think we had some outstanding effort and leadership 
demonstrated at different points and key times. I am, however, confident 
this 
experience will ripple well beyond the confines of a soccer season. I 
already 
see it in the returning players and hope the seniors can call on the 
experiences and lessons of this year when they need them.
I mentioned at the beginning of the season I felt like we should make the 
final eight. We did what we should have done, but, as I said, that 
achievement cannot be diminished simply because it is what we were capable 
of – life would be so different if doing what we’re capable of was the 
norm.
Only one thing left to say……..What’s Next?



There are so many things that can go wrong.

Coach Cima

2012 Boys All-Region Team
(Boys Region Champs)

Wayne Logan
Lucas Lay
Robbie Low
Dalton Logan
Chace Adkins  MVP Defense



2012 Boys All-District Team
(Boys District Runner-up)

Wayne Logan
Lucas Lay
Robbie Low
Tuilio Canineu  MVP Offense

2012 Boys State Semi Champs

2012 Banquet Awards:

MVP  Wayne Logan
Offensive Award  Andrew Webb
Defensive Award  Lucas Lay
110% Tanner Broughton
Most Improved  Robbie Low
Redhound Award  Alex Chumbley
Honorable Mention  Chace Adkins, Seth Botner
JV Awards Drew Cooney, Jerry Reed, Jonathon Carper, Jacob Storms, Tulio 
Canineu, Lucas Canineu








Boys 2011 Season Wrapup:

A successful season is always more about lessons learned than trophies 
won. 
Some would say; if you’re lucky, or better yet, not real unlucky, you get 
both. I don’t believe in luck, I can’t, it doesn’t feel right. I believe 
you 
make your luck – you force the odds of something good happening in your 
favor 
with hard work, desire, commitment and all the other things sport should 
teach. I believe you can be unlucky, if that is what you want to call it – 
I 
prefer to call it life. Life presents challenges, to those who strive to 
excel in it, and those challenges are where we find our opportunities for 
success, growth and happiness. The challenges don’t always present a 
situation that has to be dealt with or drastic consequences will 
immediately 
occur. Many times these challenges just present the opportunity to make 
future ‘luck’.

The challenges presented us this year were many: young players playing 
important roles; a challenging schedule; injuries; and maybe most 
difficult 
to address, the mindset that somehow/someway we were destined to be 
champions. All things being equal, had the injuries not occurred, the 
other 
challenges would have been easier managed for sure, but that is life. Life 
says, “Here’s your path, and by the way, here are a couple unforeseen 
hurdles – deal with these and the path after will be much easier, don’t 
deal 
with them and the path will still be the path.” I think the way we dealt 
with 
the injuries forced the end of the season to be a situation where we had 
to 
get a whole seasons growth in a very short time. Ultimately, this caused 
us 
to go into the postseason somewhat less prepared than we could have been. 
The 
season is always a growing process and the further you go before beginning 
that process the harder it is to achieve all your goals. We had 
discussions 
about this all through the season. What is remarkable about this group of 
players, especially these seniors, is that they got to this realization so 
late and still, in the span of a few weeks, change their mindset to one 
that 
put them in the position to where they could be champions. That is our 
expectation every year – to be in the finals of our district and region, 
which, at the time, I was not sure was within our grasp. It is human 
nature 
to look back and say what if, “what could we have accomplished if… what 
would 
have been the outcome if….”, but at the end of the day if a lesson learned 
in 
soccer is a lesson learned for life, the sacrifice of ‘Runner-Up’ 
for ‘Champion’ is well worth the price, at least to me.  

Boys 2011 Banquet/Season Awards:

2011 Homecoming King and Queen

Michael Browne
Shelby Phillips

2011 BOYS DISTRICT TOURNAMENT TEAM

Michael Browne
Lucas Lay

2011 BOYS ALL CONFERENCE

Michael Browne, 1st Team
Chace Adkins, 1st Team
Joseph Lowe, 2nd Team
Andrew Webb, 2nd Team


2011 BOYS BANQUET AWARDS

MVP - Michael Browne
Offense - Seth Botner
Defense - Lucas Lay
110% - Ben Felten
Most Improved - Jon Helton
Redhound Award - Alex Chumbley
Honorable Mention - Chace Adkins

JV Awards:
Ethan Pennington; Alex Thompson; Sam Marcum; Tulio Canineu; Andrew Thaler; 
Lucas Canineu

Coaches Award:
Wayne Logan



Boys 2010 Banquet Awards:

JV Recognition Awards: Seth Botner, Tanner Broughton, Ethan Carnes, Jesse 
Hyde, Wayne Logan, Alex Thompson

Honorable Mention Award: Adam Sears
Honorable Mention Award: Drew Farley
110% Award: Brody Freeman
Offense Award: Cameron Lambert
Defense Award: Craig Warner
Most Improved Award: Cody O'Hara
Redhound Award: Alex Sosa
Most Valuable Player Award: Tyler Teague

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Season Wrap-up 2010:

A successful season is always more about lessons learned than trophies 
won. 
Some would say; if you’re lucky, or better yet, not real unlucky, you get 
both. I don’t believe in luck, I can’t, it doesn’t feel right. I believe 
you 
make your luck – you force the odds of something good happening in your 
favor 
with hard work, desire, commitment and all the other things sport should 
teach. I believe you can be unlucky, if that is what you want to call it – 
I 
prefer to call it life. Life presents challenges, to those who strive to 
excel in it, and those challenges are where we find our opportunities for 
success, growth and happiness. The challenges don’t always present a 
situation that has to be dealt with or drastic consequences will 
immediately 
occur. Many times these challenges just present the opportunity to make 
future ‘luck’.
The challenges presented us this year were many: young players playing 
important roles; a challenging schedule; injuries; and maybe most 
difficult 
to address, the mindset that somehow/someway we were destined to be 
champions. All things being equal, had the injuries not occurred, the 
other 
challenges would have been easier managed for sure, but that is life. Life 
says, “Here’s your path, and by the way, here are a couple unforeseen 
hurdles – deal with these and the path after will be much easier, don’t 
deal 
with them and the path will still be the path.” I think the way we dealt 
with 
the injuries forced the end of the season to be a situation where we had 
to 
get a whole seasons growth in a very short time. Ultimately, this caused 
us 
to go into the postseason somewhat less prepared than we could have been. 
The 
season is always a growing process and the further you go before beginning 
that process the harder it is to achieve all your goals. We had 
discussions 
about this all through the season. What is remarkable about this group of 
players, especially these seniors, is that they got to this realization so 
late and still, in the span of a few weeks, change their mindset to one 
that 
put them in the position to where they could be champions. That is our 
expectation every year – to be in the finals of our district and region, 
which, at the time, I was not sure was within our grasp. It is human 
nature 
to look back and say what if, “what could we have accomplished if… what 
would 
have been the outcome if….”, but at the end of the day if a lesson learned 
in 
soccer is a lesson learned for life, the sacrifice of ‘Runner-Up’ 
for ‘Champion’ is well worth the price, at least to me.  

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Season Wrap-up 2009:

The 2009 CHS Boys Soccer Season presented this year’s team with as tough a 
schedule as we have ever played.  We did that purposefully with two 
thoughts 
in mind. First, we knew we would have to stretch ourselves to make a 
better 
run at the final 8 than the previous two seasons. Secondly, we knew that 
our 
district and region were going to be tougher and a stronger schedule would 
help us there as well.

All in all, the schedule presented the challenges we wanted it to. It 
showed 
our weaknesses as well as the character of this team, which, in the face 
of 
many good opponents and some troubling losses, always bounced back. 
Working 
on what we had learned in the regular season we went into the district and 
region very confident that if we put our best game on the field we were 
fundamentally the best team in our area. That proved out in the district, 
and 
so we went into the region not sure about our first two opponents, but 
still 
confident in our ability and knowing not to underestimate anyone.

Getting past the first game proved to be easier than we thought but, if we 
made any mistakes in the post season it was not using that game to the 
full 
opportunity it offered. In both the semi-final and the final, I feel, we 
played the better game, and were, objectively, the better team. One of the 
tradeoffs of playing the type of schedule we played is you do not get the 
scoring opportunities that you might playing weaker competition. Scoring 
requires confidence and composure. When that suffers sometimes training 
through it is not enough. Due to our tough schedule, we didn’t get as much 
opportunity in game situations to become comfortable in front of the goal 
and 
our finishing, or lack of, proved to be our biggest hurdle in the 
semifinal 
and final. Pikeville took us to sudden death OT and South got us to PK’s 
where it is really anybody’s game. In both matches and especially the 
final, 
with two leads in regulation, we had the opponent chasing the game, but, 
as 
mentioned above, we could not put it away. 

Soccer can be a cruel game – you can play very well and even outplay your 
opponent for most of the game and it still be a close enough contest to be 
taken from you. When you are in an even contest or your opponent outplays 
you, and you lose, it hurts, but when you do not get outplayed, and still 
lose, the hurt tends to linger. What should not be diminished by an 
unfortunate region final and what is the biggest success of this team, 
this 
year, was their struggle through the many challenges this year offered to 
hold together and become the best team they could be at the end, which 
they 


Region Tournament Team:

Brody Freeman
James Grinter
Joseph Partin

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