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Henry Clay grad Walker Buehler LA Dodgers Hometown Series

The Los Angeles Dodgers did a feature on 2012 Henry Clay grad Walker Buehler for their Hometown Series on current players and where they grew up.  The video highlights Lexington, Ecton Park, Henry Clay, and our very own Coach Tarrence as Walker gives people a tour of where it all started.  The Dodgers film crew

Demetrius Gay Named Head Football Coach

Henry Clay High School would like to announce that Demetrius Gay is the new Head Football Coach.  Coach Gay graduated from Henry Clay in 1996 after spending 3 years competing in both varsity football and track for the Blue Devils.  He played defensive back and running back on the football team and was a sprinter


 HENRY CLAY BASKETBALL HOLIDAY SKILLS CAMP   General Information: Dates:             Dec. 21st -22nd                                            Place:              Henry Clay High School Gymnasium Ages:               Kindergarten-5th grade Cost:               $30.00    Time: Dec 21st 9:00 am-11:30 am (Grades K-5th Grade)            Dec 22nd 1:00 pm-3:30 pm             Drop-off should be between 8:30 and 9:00 for morning session

State Champion Boys’ Soccer Team Finishes 17th in Nation

After winning the KHSAA state title this fall, The Henry Clay boys’ soccer team also finished the year ranked 17th in the nation according to USA Today Super 25 Expert Rankings.   The Super 25 Boys Soccer Rankings for the 2019-20 season are compiled by United Soccer Coaches, based on results from the current season,

Football Coach Sam Simpson Retires; Winningest Coach at HC

Henry Clay’s most successful football coach retires Lexington Herald Leader / November 26, 2019   After 27 years and 193 wins, Sam Simpson has announced his retirement as head football coach at Henry Clay High School.   “I guess everybody knows when it’s time,” Simpson told former Herald-Leader high school sports writer Mike Fields,

10 Blue Devils Named to All-City Volleyball Team

Henry Clay had 10 players named to the All-City Volleyball team, the most of any school in Lexington.   The Blue Devils were 11th Region champions and quarter-finalists in the state tourney.   Players selected by the nine head coaches of the KHSAA programs in the city:   FIRST TEAM (players listed in order submitted