Cardington-Lincoln High School

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Cardington-Lincoln High School
Address
349 Chesterville Avenue
Cardington[1], Ohio, (Morrow County) 43315
United States
Coordinates 40°29′43″N 82°52′54″W / 40.495281°N 82.881785°W / 40.495281; -82.881785Coordinates: 40°29′43″N 82°52′54″W / 40.495281°N 82.881785°W / 40.495281; -82.881785
Information
School type Public school (government funded), high school
School district Cardington-Lincoln Local Schools
NCES District ID 3904879[2]
CEEB code 360800
NCES School ID 390487903405[3]
Faculty 26.00 (on an FTE basis) [3]
Grades 912
Enrollment 330 [3] (2009-2010 school year)
 • Grade 9 95 [3]
 • Grade 10 89 [3]
 • Grade 11 77 [3]
 • Grade 12 69 [3]
Student to teacher ratio 12.69 [3]
Campus Rural
Color(s)               
Red, White, Black[4]
Athletics conference Knox Morrow Athletic Conference (KMAC)
Mascot Pirates
Communities served Cardington, Lincoln
Feeder schools Cardington-Lincoln Junior High School
Website

Cardington-Lincoln High School is a public high school in Cardington, Ohio. It is the only high school in the Cardington-Lincoln Local Schools district.

The high school has a long-standing rivalry with Mount Gilead, Ohio High School, which is located 5 miles northeast of Cardington.

Ohio High School Athletic Association State Championships[edit]

Cardington Athletics took home the MOAC ALL-SPORTS TROPHY in 2009-10.

Boys Basketball State Tournament
Year Where Result Final Opponent Won/Lost Score
1998 St. Johns Arena 4th Place Fisher Catholic Lost 62-79
Boys MOAC Records
Event Result Record Holder Year
Long Jump 22' 11½" Shane Ames 2003
400M Dash :49.3 Silas Jolliff 2009
4x400M Relay 3:28.0 Silas Jolliff, Clint Osborne, Clay Osborne, DJ Bowers 2009
Girls MOAC Records
Event Result Record Holder Year
3200 M 11:32.3 Caitlin Thomas 2007
Boys Undefeated Football Team
Event Result Year
Football No Playoff Appearance 1990

Cardington recorded perfect seasons in 1950 and 1990, but the ’90 squad did not qualify for the playoffs.

Notables[edit]

  • Marist University Basketball – 1996–2000 Tom Kenney

Notes and references[edit]

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