ATHLETES- From left: Ashley Stroehlein, Female
Athlete; and Wade Jackson, Male Athlete.
Council Athletes Honored During
High School held its annual Athletic Banquet
on May 25. Over 30
awards were presented.
Ashley Stroehlein and Wade Jackson earned the top
Senior Athlete awards,
an honor that includes athletic
CHS also presents a Fan of the Year award and this
year’s honor went to
Keithel and Zada Breeding.
Eight awards were given out in boys varsity
basketball and seven
in girls varsity basketball. D.J.
Barton was named the
Cobras’ Offensive Player of
the Year on Coach Neil
Rasnake’s squad. The 6-foot-4
senior was also
recognized for earning First Team
All-BDD and All-Region
Jan Jindra was named the top Defensive player, while
Robin Tiller and
junior Justin Fuller shared the Most
Senior Wade Jackson received the Coach’s Award,
while Caleb Epling
was recognized for making the
All-BDD First Team.
In girl’s varsity basketball, Ashley Stroehlein was
named team MVP and
was, along with freshman Stephanie
Cornett and senior
Samantha Breeding, recognized for
being Firat Team
Arrington received the Coach’s Award.
Breeding was presented
a Rebounding award, while
Cornett was given a
Ball Handling award by veteran
coach Dave Rasnake.
In boy’s tennis, senior Matt Murphy was recognized
as the Cobras’ No. 1
Seed. In girl’s tennis, seniors
Retha Hess and Karissa
Compton were recognized as the
No. 1 Doubles team.
In girl’s varsity volleyball, Ashley Stroehlein and
Karissa Compton were
named Co-MVP’s. Ivy Lambert and
Retha Hess shared the
Stroehlein, Compton and Danielle Breeding were
for being All-BDD selections.
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Buchanan County YMCA will host its annual Co-Ed
Summer Basketball Camp
July 11, 12 and 13 for boys and
girls -- rising third
graders through rising eighth
The camp will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day,
with lunch and
swimming to follow.
The fee for the camp is $65 for YMCA members and $85
Deadline for registration is June 30.
The coach for this year’s camp will be Ricky
boys varsity basketball coach at
Twin Valley High
There will be numerous learning stations with a
coaching assistant at
A typical day at camp will include free shooting (9
a.m. - 9:10), devotion
and roll call (9:10),
(9:15), station work (9:25),
water break (10:10),
station work (10:15), break/snack
(11:00), group work --
1-on-1, 3-on-3, free throws,
hot shot (11:15), full
court games (11:45), daily
awards (12:45) and
lunch and swimming (1 to 5 p.m.).
A free T-shirt, free concession and swim passes
(valued at $5.50) for
each day will be given to each
Awards for camper of the day, as well as station
awards and one free
throw award will be given daily.
A one-year YMCA student membership, valued at
$221.00, will be given
to the participant chosen as
“camper of the
Those interested in taking part in the camp may
contact the YMCA at
(276) 935-8871 for more
A $25 non-refundable deposit is required upon
registration with the
balance due on the first day of
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