MCHS Swim Seniors honored


RICH FAIRMAN

Sports Reporter


Each year, the Meade County High School swim team hosts their senior night at the Gammon Natatorium on Fort Knox. This year’s senior night was moved up the calendar by two weeks and held on March 11, and not only for Meade, but also for the Fort Knox Swim team. For the three MCHS Swimmers this would be their final home event before they prepared to defend their titles at regionals. Each of the three seniors, Mimi Stull, Conner Medley and Tanner Medley have all had stellar careers at MCHS and will leave a legacy for some time after graduation.

Tanner Medley, son of Stephan and Julie Medley, plans on attending the University of Kentucky after graduation where he will major in Architecture. Tanner is a member of Radiant Church as a youth leader for Radiant students; Fellowship of Christian Athletes, FBLA, the Student Body Treasurer, Student Council, National Honors Society, PEP Club, Lincoln Trail Youth Salute, and served as the HOSA Treasurer in 2019-2020. He is also the 2019 Backstroke Regional Runner-Up, 2020 Backstroke Regional Champion and qualified to swim in the KHSAA State Swim Meet in 2019-2020 in the Backstroke, 200 Medley Relay and 400 Free Relay events. His fondest memory while swimming for MCHS was winning the Backstroke Regional Championship.

Conner Medley, son of Stephan and Julie Medley, plans on attending the University of Kentucky after graduation, where he will major in Political Science. Conner is a member of Radiant Church as a youth leader for Radiant students; Fellowship of Christian Athletes swim rep, FBLA, National Honors Society, PEP Club, Lincoln Trail Youth Salute and served as the HOSA Vice-President in 2019-2020 school year. He is also qualified to swim in the 2020 KHSAA State Swim Meet in the 200 Medley Relay, and 400 Free Relay. Conner’s fondest memory while swimming for MCHS was looking up in the middle of swimming the 100 Backstroke at Regionals to see Tanner win the Region Championship.

Mimi Stull, daughter of Jamie and Tina Stull, plans to attend Western Kentucky University after graduation where she will major in Criminology. Mimi is a member of the Guston Baptist Church, FFA, 4-H Club, the MCHS Yearbook Staff, Tidal Waver Bank and is currently a caregiver at All About Home Assisted Living. Her fondest memory while swimming for the MCHS Swim Team is her sophomore year at regional when they conducted team building and played Bunco in their cabins.


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