Greenwaves celebrate Senior Night


RICH FAIRMAN

Sports Reporter


Prior to the Meade County High School Greenwave Basketball’s home game against Hancock County, the coaches, boosters and school leadership took time to recognize and celebrate five departing seniors.

Dylan Abell, escorted by Reginalyn Duncan and Tony Abell, plans to continue his baseball career at a school to be determined, and hopes to one day be an athletic trainer. Dylan has been a member of the Greenwave Varsity Baseball team for the last five years and played on the Greenwave Basketball Varsity team for the last four.

Cam Armstead, escorted by Angie Wise, Nate Wise and Chris Armstead, plans to continue his basketball career in a school yet to be determined where he will study criminal justice. Cam has been playing on the Greenwave Basketball Varsity team the last two years and enjoyed getting the chance to play with the boys.

Cannon Decker, escorted by Trent and Angie Decker, plans to continue his basketball career at a school yet to be determined while majoring in criminal justice. Cannon has played on the Greenwave basketball team the last three years and was selected as a starter the last two, all while maintaining a 3.5GPA.

Phoenix Daak, escorted by Jeremy Daak, plans to attend the University of Louisville where he will study to become an engineer. Phoenix says that his fondest memory of being a Greenwave is getting involved and making memories with the team even though he moved at a later time.

Casey Turner, escorted by Jeff and Jeanna Turner, plans to attend the University of Kentucky where he will major in education. Casey has played for the Greenwave Varsity Basketball team four years, is an FCA representative, and a member of FBLA, SADD, the National Honors Society and Honor Roll.


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