Cecelia Ray, senior at Betsy Layne High School signed today with the University of Pikeville to play volleyball.
Front Row: Phillip Ray, Audri Ray, Cecelia Ray and Tonya Boyd.
Back Row: Shannon Gossman Upike head coach, Christina Crase BLHS head coach, Cortney Flannery BLHS assistant coach.
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Merry Christmas from BLHS
Congratulations to Dylan Hamilton
Front Row (L to R): Megan Frazier, Summer Johnson, Alex Sisco, Kaitlin Kidd, Bethany Kimbler, Jordan Adkins, Destiny Compton, Jenna Kidd Back Row (L to R): Chloe Johnson, Kayce Tackett, Eddi Akers, Kelsi Tackett, Bailey Recznik, Emily Kidd, Brandy Morrow, Katie Tackett
Front Row (L to R): Andrew Tackett, Brandon Daniels, Dylan Meade, Dylan Hamilton, Peyton Case, McKenzie Akers, Seth Compton, Kyle Evans 2nd Row (L to R): Dustin Rogers, Jordan Kendrick, Lako Daniels, Dalton Meade, Corey Hamilton, Dalton Maldonado, Nathan Hall, Colby Bentley, Colby Conway Back Row (L to R): Asst. Coach Troy Cole, Head Coach William Newsome Jr., Asst. Coach Brandon Kidd, Asst. Coach Gary Keathley.
Not pictured Asst. Coach Derrick Newsome
We would like to congratulate the Girls Golf team on their 4 straight 58th District and Conference Championship for the 2013 season. Team participates include from left to right is Chloe Johnson, Kelsi Tackett, Mercedes Martin, Summer Johnson, Cali Sode, and Eddi Akers. They were coached by Bryan Dixon.
On Tuesday, October 1st, Betsy Layne Senior Ladycat Cecelia Ray recorded her 1,500th assist in her high school career. She reached the milestone during the 3rd set and the game was paused to present her with a game ball. Betsy Layne defeated Letcher County Central 3-0.
Big, Big Congratulations also to Ms. Christina Crase. Coach Crase (pictured above receiving the game ball from BLHS Athletic Director Ricky Thacker) was honored recently for her 200th win as a BLHS Volleyball coach. Ms. Crase has built an awesome program here and we are very proud of this milestone in her career! On Saturday, September 28th, Coach Christina Crase won her 200th game as head coach of the Betsy Layne Ladycat Volleyball team. She has been head coach since 2004, her current record is 205-99. She was awarded a signed game ball before the October 1st match vs. Letcher County Central.
Congratulations and a big thank you to Ms. Kelly Boles! Ms. Boles applied for and won a grant this year. The grant allows 4 of our students to travel to their nearest American Eagle Outfitters participate in a $200.00 shopping spree. A drawing was conducted last week and the following students won the honor: Pictured above L to R: Kevin Swiney (10th grade), Paula Tackett (12th grade), Ms. Boles, Cheyanne Horne (11th grade) and Casey Adkins (10th grade) were selected to participate. The students will travel to the American Eagle store in Lexington, meet with 2 stylists and get to spend $200.00 each on clothes. Thanks to Ms. Boles, Teach for America grant and American Eagle for this opportunity for our students!
Big, Big Congratulations to our own, Ms. Cortney Flannery!! Ms. Flannery is one of 24 finalist in the state for the honor of Kentucky Teacher of the Year. Ms. Flannery will attend a ceremony in Frankfort on Wednesday, October 16th for the announcement of the winner! Congratulations Ms. Flannery!
BLHS recognized at the Special Called Board Meeting on September 30th for being a 2013 Proficient High School.
Allie Meade a senior at Betsy Layne High School had her 1000th Kill in a volleyball game against Piarist on Thursday, September 19. Allie was presented the game ball immediately after the kill shot. Congratulations Allie
Parade of Schools
BLHS Blues Brothers and Band
Football Team and Cheerleaders