Prior to the Meade County High School Ladywave Basketball’s final home game of the season, the Coaches and boosters recognized and celebrated four departing seniors MCHS Cheerleaders along with the lone MCHS Ladywave Basketball senior. The Cheerleaders were the first to be recognized.
Hannah Benham, daughter of David and Susie Benham, plans to major in nursing after graduating high school. She has been a member of the MCHS Cheer team for all four years, a member of HOSA, and the National Honors Society and holds a 4.0 GPA all four years of high school. She is also selected as All- District Cheerleader during her sophomore and junior years.
Laurel Black, daughter of Jason and Jessica Craven, plans to attend JCTC where she hopes to study radiology. She has been a member of the MCHS Cheer team the last three years, as well as a member of HOSA. She was selected to the All-District Cheer in 2019, and ran for the MCHS Track Team her freshmen year.
Haley Wilson, daughter of Jason Wilson, plans to attend Western Kentucky University where she will major in Forensic Science. She has been on the Varsity cheer team all four years, HOSA three years, All-District Cheerleader 2019, and the 2019 Football Homecoming Queen all while maintaining a 4.0GPA all four years of high school.
Brett Wilson, daughter of Steve and Mimi Wilson, plans to attend the University of Kentucky upon graduating from high school, where she will study Nursing. Brett is a four-year Varsity Cheerleader and has served as junior captain, as well as captain her senior year. Selected as All-District Cheerleader in 2017, 2018, 2019. Was the 2020 Basketball Homecoming princess. Is a member of HOSA, FCA, KYA, and Pep Club. High school freshmen and sophomore class vice president, member of the Brandenburg United Methodist Church Youth Group and Helping hands, as well as Lincoln Trail Youth Salute.
After the cheerleaders came the Ladywave Basketball player and manager.
Kaylee Mills, daughter of Tim and Ruth Meek, plans to attend Georgetown college after graduation where she will be managing the Georgetown men’s basketball team while studying to become a Psych nurse. She is a member of HOSA and has managed the Ladywave Basketball team for the last two years.
Kendall Wingler, daughter of Chad and Wendy Wingler, has signed to continue her basketball career at Eastern Kentucky University and hopes to one day play Basketball overseas. She is a member of HOSA and played for the Ladywave soccer team her freshman year. Kendall has played for the Ladywave Basketball team all four years of high school, and currently holds two MCHS Bakstball records. The most 3-pointers made in one game, which stands at 11, and most points scored at MCHS, which currently stands at 3,004 career points.