By Crystal Howerton An organizational meeting was held prior to the regular session meeting on April 15, 2008 in which School Board President Joe Delaney swore in new board members Nancy Averill, Stacy Harder and Mark Cardwell.Nominations were heard for President, Vice-president, Secretary and Treasurer. The following positions were voted upon: Joe Delaney, President; RueyREAD MORE
KCHS PROM ROYALTY NAMED-2007 Prom King Ryan Mason and Prom Queen Brooke Ahten handed the Crown and Scepter to 2008 King and Queen Kane Simmons and Alena Koester. The King and Queen along with attendants shown from left to right are: Angela Perry, Holly Kite, Susan Anderson, Alena Koester, Brooke Ahten, Kane Simmons, John Greenley,READ MORE
By David Sharp Knox County put three runs on the board during the third and seventh innings of an April 21, 2008 varsity baseball contest at Putnam County and remained unbeaten on the season with a 7-1 victory. Parker Dixson struck out eight batters in a seven inning complete game effort. The contest was competitiveREAD MORE
Katie Ausmus and Suzanne Howerton brought three gold medals each home to Knox County helping lead the Lady Eagles to their second varsity team track championship of the 2008 season. Knox County racked up 120 team points, winning the girls’ championship of the 2008 Green City Relays.READ MORE
Brashear Tigers Repeat As Tri-County TrackChamps. Girls SecondBy David SharpKale Watson captured three individual Tri-County Conference championships, leading Brashear to the 2008 boys’ team title for the second straight season. Brashear was second to Linn County in the girls’ final standings despite having only eight girls on their team.Caroline Slavin won two conference silver medals.READ MORE
Cougars Win AMC Softball Tournament.
Katie McMahon Repeat Pitcher Of The Year