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Five Devils Earn 2019 All City Softball Honors

Five Blue Devil softball players earned 2019 All City Softball team honors based on a coaches’ vote by all eight KHSAA recognized teams in the city. First Team: Leah Madden Second Team: Balea McCoy Honorable Mention: JiYa Alcorn, Shelby Lowery, Katelin Martin

Langston Jackson 2018-19 Gatorade KY Boys’ Track and Field Athlete of the Year

Henry Clay’s Langston Jackson was named the 2018-19 Gatorade Kentucky Boys’ Track and Field Athlete of the Year, the company announced in a news release. That makes Jackson a finalist for Gatorade’s National Boys’ Track and Field Athlete of the Year honor, which will be announced in June in Los Angeles. Jackson, a senior, set

Boys Finish 4th; Girls 13th at State Track Championships

State Recap: Boys Langston Jackson 100-1st place *State Record Langston Jackson 200-1sr place *State Record 4×100-1st place (Ramond Jackson, Chris Dabney, Ari Crutchfield, Langston Jackson) 4×200-1st place (Chris Dabney, Kobie Neal, Ramond Jackson, Langston Jackson) Girls Christian Gatewood 100 hurdles-6th place Myecia Bright 800-6th place Myecia Bright 1600-8th place Amaya Ross shot put-8th place Amaya

Langston Jackson & Ramond Jackson Win Multiple KHSAA State Track Championships

Congratulations to senior Langston Jackson on winning his 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th KHSAA State Championships on Saturday. Langston set the state record for the 100 meter dash (10.23) and the 200 meter dash (20.73). He holds the record for most state championships at Henry Clay and is going to the University of Kentucky next

May Athletics Newsletter

Athlete of the Month – Luc Morgan – Baseball – Junior -Positioned at 3rd and pitcher -1st team all city in 2018 -Currently leads the team in home runs and runs scored -Currently leads the team in ERA and Saves Athlete of the Month – Cameron Lynch – Softball – Senior -Pitcher and plays 1st

Girls Track 2nd in Regionals; Boys Track 4th – 11 Qualify for State Meet

The Henry Clay Girls Track team finished second in the Class 3A Region 6 meet – with seven automatic qualifiers for the state meet. The Boys team finished fourth in the region, qualifying four for state.   Automatic qualifiers for the girls: 4 X 800M Relay – Myecia Bright, India Push, Micaela Niebuhr and Katelin

Boys Tennis Wins Region; Girls Finish Second

The Henry Clay boys’ tennis team won the region and the girls came in second. The following students were named to the all-region team: for boys: Philip, Kian, Evan, Arthur and Sam.   Girls named to the all-region team: Katie, Gabby and Kennedy.   Coach Herring was named the region’s Girls’ Coach of the Year

Boys and Girls Youth Basketball Camp Registration Now Open; Camp is June 5 – 7

Boys and Girls Youth Basketball Camp Registration Now Open; Camp is June 5 – 7   Henry Clay Boys’ Head Basketball Coach Daniel Brown and his team will be hosting a youth basketball camp June 5 – 7 at Henry Clay High School for grades K – 8.   Kindergarten through fourth graders will go