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Boys Soccer Tops Tates Creek in 11th Region semis; Face Great Crossing Thursday / Girls Fall to Lex Cath

Slideshow:   ‘That’s a drill we’ve run 500 times.’ Practice makes perfect in 11th Region semis. Lexington Herald Leader / October 15, 2019 With their game tied 1-1, Henry Clay left back Drew Grider spotted space in front of him and a lane to the end line. He took it. Able to

Boys’ Cross Country 4th, Girls’ 8th at Woodford County Invitational

The Henry Clay boy’s cross country team placed fourth and the girls’ team was eighth in Saturday’s Woodford County Invitational.   BOYS TIME PLACE Marcelo 18:22 17 Rob 18:46 22 Robbie 18:52 27 Ethan 18:54 28 Clay 18:59 31 Paul 19:20 36 Prince 19:40 46   GIRLS 20 – Katelin Ralenkotter – 21:54 36 – Profiles Sota Ippongi

Two of Lexington’s most dynamic players took unusual route Lexington Herald Leader By Jared Peck October 07, 2019 There’s a conventional wisdom in soccer that argues to be really good at it, you have to start at a very young age. Henry Clay’s Sota Ippongi and Tates Creek’s Ben Kaindu, two of the most

Hall of Fame coach Al Prewitt, who guided Henry Clay to state title, dies at 86

Hall of Fame coach Al Prewitt, who guided Henry Clay to state title, dies at 86 Lexington Herald Leader Mike Fields Special to the Herald-Leader October 08, 2019   Jakolbi Crowe, a student at Estill County High School, hit a half-court shot at halftime of the Sweet Sixteen game between Estill County and Corbin

Cross Country: Boys 4th, Girls 6th at West Jessamine Invitational

The Henry Clay cross country teams had another strong showing this past weekend, with the boys’ team finishing 4th and the girls team finishing 6th at The West Jessamine Chick-Fil-A Invitational in Nicholasville.   Top performers for the boys were: 14 – Robbie Joseph – 17:45 15 – Marcelo Niebuhr – 17:50 25 – Prince

Boys Cross Country 4th, Girls 6th in Woodford County Meet

The Henry Clay boy’s cross-country team finished fourth, while the girls placed sixth at a conference meet in Woodford County on Tuesday. Except for an injury and a uniform disqualification, the boys’ team would have finished in second place.   Boys who placed included: Rob Gilligan – 13 Prince Chenou – 14 Robbie Joseph –

Boys & Girls Cross Country Teams Place 3rd at Capital View Classic Meet

Both the boys’ and girls’ cross-country teams finished third at the Capital View Classic meet in Frankfort this past weekend. The boys’ team was third out of 18 teams, while eight girls’ teams competed.   Out of 187 runners, the boys team finished:   22 – Rob Gilligan – 19:35 24 – Marcelo Niebuhr –


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Girls Cross Country Second, Boys Third at Scott County Meet

The Henry Clay Girls’ cross country team finished second this weekend while the boys’ team finished third at their meet in Scott County this weekend.   The girls were led by: Katelin Ralenkotter with a time of 22:30 finishing 6th Haley Noehren – 23:02 – 9th Caroline O’Donnell – 23:50 – 14th   The boys

Volleyball Coach Grupe Wins 600th Game at HC

Henry Clay volleyball Coach Dale Grupe won his 600th match Tuesday with a 3-0 sweep of Dunbar.   Grupe has 701 wins overall in his coaching career.   Click this link to read more about the victory mark, a quick recap of the game and a team preview from –