• Senior Dance--Monday, May 21--Frazier Museum Rooftop--7 to 10 pm

  • No School--Monday, May 28--Memorial Day

  • Baccalaureate Service--Monday, June 4--6:30pm--St. Francis Xavier Church

  • Last day for students--Friday, June 8

  • Underclassmen Awards--Friday, May 25--12:30pm

  • Graduation--Sunday, June 10--Freedom Hall 4:00 pm

  • Congrats to the Kentucky Journalist of the Year, Zach Combest

  • Good luck to the baseball team on their road to state!

  • Congrats to Jessy Bacon on being named the next Superintendent for BCPS

  • Congratulations to the Dance team on winning state!

Girls Golf Recap from August to September

Molly Shannon, Junior Creative Editor

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Madeline Myers
Here is the most essential item needed for a game of golf. The girls golf team have used this and their raw talent to make it to the State Tournament. “The season went pretty good. There were bad days and good days, but golf is always fun that’s why I like it. This year it was more about doing my best but also having fun. I think I did well this season and so did everyone else,” said senior Alyssa Shepherd.

Girls Golf Recap from August to September       

The girls golf season has been a hole in one, but not quite.

After competing in 10 matches/tournaments this season, the girls golf team has played a relatively good season with a variety of scores coming from each teammate.

This season there are five members of the girls golf team; Macie Brown, Shelby Hatter, Abi Huffman, Alyssa Shepherd and Alayna Wells. Their scores have ranged from being fairly well to not their best as compared to the past and some members have even scored well enough to place in high various competitions. Although most of the season is finished, there are still a few tournaments left.

In comparison to last year whenever the team had six players, they now have five. Although they may have fewer players, the team is still strong and can still field a full team of three players.

Shepherd,senior, has been proving herself this season, especially compared to the beginning of the season. During one of the first matches called the Meade County match, Shepherd shot a 62 and last week on Monday, Sept. 17. at the Central Hardin Girls Golf Match where she shot a 56, the lowest of score that Bullitt East scored day. The other players have been doing just as well, Brown,eighth grader, shot a 36 at the Meade County match and also shot a 78, which tied her for second at the Sacred Heart Academy Bunny Day Daugherty Memorial Girls Golf Invitational on Saturday, Sep. 15.

The team still has the state tournament coming up on Oct. 1-3.

 

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Girls Golf Recap from August to September