Ladywave Seniors say their goodbyes


RICH FAIRMAN

Sports Reporter


Prior to playing in their home game against the North Hardin Lady Trojans on March 1, the Meade County High School Ladywave Basketball team coaches, boosters, and school staff took time to honor their five departing seniors.

Molly Aebersold, escorted by Doug and Ilene Aebersold, plans on attending the University of Kentucky after she graduates, to further her education and pursue a career in the medical field. Molly is currently a member of KYA, KUNA, SADD, HOSA, BUMC youth group, National honors society, as well as being a Special Olympics Track student coach, Fellowship of Student Athletes and member of Ladywave Varsity Softball and Tennis.

Jenna Gallimore, escorted by Gwen and Jason Gallimore, will attend the University of West Florida after graduation to continue her basketball career while studying to become a nurse. Jenna is a member of HOSA, PEP Club, SADD FLA and has been a member of the Varsity Basketball team for five years.

Dee Griffith, escorted by Tee and Tanya Griffith and sister Daejah, plans to go to college after graduation and one day become a veterinarian. Dee is a member of the Science Club and FFA. She has also been a member of the Varsity Basketball team for the last five years.

Liz Martin, escorted by Megan and Kelly Martin, plans to attend Georgetown College to run track and cross country while majoring in psychology. Liz has been involved in HOSA FCA, Science Club and a member of the National Honors Society. She has been a member of both the Ladywave Basketball and track team for the last five years and was a 2020 Governor’s Scholar. She is a student leader at Radiant Church.

Emily Myers, escorted by Bruce and Angie Argabright and brother Levi, plans to attend college at either Bellarmine or Asbury University where she will major in biology. She is still undecided on either veterinary or medical pathway. Emily is a member of FCA, National Honors Society, SADD, HOSA, FFA and Science Club. She is the president of the Meade County 4H sheep club, and student leader at Radiant Church. Her accomplishments include 2020 State Fair Grand Champion Southdown Market Lamb and being among the top 10 in her class.

Manager Tucker Bradley, escorted by Randall and Shannon Bradley and sister Peyton, plans on attending Anderson University after graduation to play tennis while double majoring in sports marketing and accounting. Tucker is a member of FBLA, SADD, student government, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Radiant Youth Group. He is also the reigning regional doubles tennis champion and member of the MCHS tennis team.


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