CCHS Computer Giveway Begins

The number of students without a home computer at Clay County High is rapidly decreasing thanks to a new program which aims to close the gap between students and technology. Student enrolled in Hutch Hoskins's Help Desk course have been repairing and refurbishing computers for the last few months in order to provide to those who do not have a computer at home. Pick-ups began last week and will continue as long as supplies last.

The students who have been working hard to make this project possible are Brandon Henson, Tyler Moore, Jake Smith, Chris Hooker, Chris Good, AJ Smith, Justin Sumpter, Chase Jackson, Josh Martin, & Jason Hoskins.

Lady Tigers State Bound

The Clay County Lady Tigers are headed to the State Tournament. The girls defeated South Laurel 40-30 to win the 13th Region Tournament. Coach Burchell's team will now move on to face Owensboro Catholic on March 10th. Congratulations to the Lady Tigers.

The cheerleading squad also added to their legacy by placing 1st in 13th Region competition.

Clean Sweep At District

Clay County teams entered district tournament play last week and proved the 49th still belongs to the Tigers. The Lady Tigers kicked things off Friday by defeating Jackson County 74-36. The Tigers also brought home championship gold on Saturday with a 67-51 win over North Laurel. The cheerleaders continued their run of success as well with a 1st place finish. The focus of all Tiger teams now shifts to the 13th Region tournament at The Arena in Corbin, KY. The Lady Tigers will be in action March 1st against Pineville at 6:30pm. The Tigers will hit the court March 3rd to face Harlan County at 8:00pm. We want to wish the basketball teams and cheerleaders luck and encourage all of the fans to go out to The Arena and support Clay County Athletics.

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Gilbert Signs With Pikeville

Another Tiger Football star chose his next destination Monday when Tanner Gilbert officially signed with Pikeville. Gilbert will proudly wear the orange and black when he takes the field for the Bears in 2011. We would like to congratulate Tanner and know he will continue his athletic and academic success as he continues his education.

Academic Team Racks Up at Region

The CCHS Academic Team had a big weekend at the 13th Regional Tournament. The team finished in 2nd place overall with several students excelling in individual competition. Rex Bray finished with 4th place in Math and a 1st place finish in Social Studies. Rachel Burns took 2nd place in Language Arts. Mason Rice finished in 3rd place in Language Art as well. Matthew Davisson also placed in 2 categories with 2nd and 1st in Science and Arts & Humanities respectively. The Quick Recall Team had a 2nd place finish. The Academic Team will now represent Clay County during the State Tournament. We would like to congratulate the team and coach Rex Bray on this accomplishment and wish them the best of luck in the State competition. P1011838

Cheerleaders Stand Tall

The Clay County High School Cheerleading Team returned home today from The National High School Cheerleading Championship adding more accolades to an already impressive resume. The girls finished 2nd place in the Small Varsity Division II competition that was held in Orlando, Florida. We would like to congratulate all cheerleaders and coaches for this accomplishment.

Tutoring Groups Begin at CCHS

Tutoring groups begin at Clay County High on Feb 9th, 2011. Students have been placed in appropriate groups based on grade level and academic needs. Our goal is to increase student achievement in key areas on the several exams including the ACT and state assessments.


Noah Reid Makes Decision

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CCHS Football standout, Noah Reid, answered the big question by announcing his decision to attend Lindsey Wilson College. Noah will continue his career in 2011 as a Blue Raider. We would like to wish Noah Reid the best of luck in all of his future endeavors. c-1c-6874