The West Jessamine High School girls’ bowling team is hot off a huge win from state. Coached by science teacher Ms. Murry, the girls’ team, consisting of Robin Cheek, Olivia Boggs, Kelsey Couch, Katelyn Duff, and Bailey Lowry, placed sixth in the state. Robin Cheek also qualified for the individual competition at state, which was held at the beginning of February. The boys’ team just missed state qualification, but nonetheless had a successful year. We congratulate both bowling teams for a season well bowled.
West Jessamine High’s archery team is beating expectations. The first year team, coached by art teacher Mr. Stein, will be attending the state level competition March 18-19 after taking home fourth in their regional tournament. Scoring 3,151 out of a possible 3,600 is regarded as a huge accomplishment for the newly established team. Head coach Eric Sowers of The Providence School leads practice, which is a combination of West, East, and Providence archers (though the teams compete separately). 21 students compete on the team, and all are expected to shoot at state. We wish them good luck!
Major/minor: Art Education/ Sign language
Best memory of High School: The Music….and the laughter
Favorite class… Brinkerhoff
The thing I will miss most about high school will be… My friends
The thing that I will miss the least about high school… The drama
The thing I am looking forward to the most I college… Focusing more on art
My advice for the underclassmen is… Find a place you trust, and then, try trusting it for a while.