Greenwaves say goodbye to their seniors

By Richard Fairman

The Meade County High School Greenwave Soccer Boosters honored their two outgoing seniors prior to their home opener, yes you read that right, against Bullitt Central. This season most teams will be having their Senior Recognition night as soon as possible since no one can foresee what the future holds for our fall sports athletes. So, at least these seniors will be honored for their hard work if the season were to get cut short. Each player was recognized along with parents and family members accompanying them.

 oal Keeper Kyler Chapman, who is the son of Crystal Gardener, and Jeremy Chapman, plans on joining the Navy after graduating high school and to one day become a Navy Seal, or if he manages to play soccer in college, he’ll see where his soccer career takes him. Kyler’s favorite memory while a Greenwave was when he first met the team at the soccer college camp, and they won the tournament.

 enter back Chase Alexander Smith, who is the son of Connie and Teddy Smith, plans to attend college after graduating high school for business management where he one day hopes to make a career in the business world. He would like to thank his parents for their support, as well as all the coaches and team for pushing him every day. Chase’s fondest memory was of soccer camp last year and the Febreze war they had.

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