Alex Trudell (Girls singles) went to the finals at the 6A conference tournament and finished 2nd place. She finished 3rd at the 6A state tournament and was awarded All-State honors. Congratulations to Alex and Coach Melanie Kiker.
The boys tennis team won the 6A west conference championship, coach by Melanie Kiker. Team members are:
|Mason Hart- Doubles Conference Champion
Dawson Ramsey- Doubles Conference Champion
The Benton Boys Cross Country team finished as the 6A State Runners-up. In addition, Jake Hanley, Brendan Redmond, Gracie Hyde, and Emma Selph were awarded all-state honors. The teams are coached by Matt Ginther.
|Jake Henley- 8th place
Brendan Redmond- 9th place
Kyler O’brien- 12th place
All-State Cross Country
The following BJH students have been selected for All-Region Choir. Garry Kirk is their choir director.
| Kayleigh Allen
Annah Kayte Holcomb
Lindsey Kate Storey
We are proud of all of the students who tried out for all-region. They all worked hard and accomplished much. Choir director is Merideth McCoy.
The following are 7th grade All-Region Choir Students who were all ranked 1st through 10th place:
|Jade Sparks - 1st chair Soprano 1 A
Micah Hall - 2nd chair Soprano 1 A
Kaylen Hughes - 7th chair Soprano 1 A
Lynley Archer - 9th chair Soprano 2 A
Elizabeth Armstrong - 1st chair Soprano 2 B
Emma Cobb - 7th chair Soprano 2 B
Madyson Bright - 9th chair Soprano 2 B
Abigail Fogleman - 10th chair Soprano 2 B
|Henley Hooks - 1st chair Alto A (scored 2nd highest score out of everybody in the whole region in any voice part!)
Faith Dougherty - 8th chair Alto A
Spring Hicks - 10th chair Alto A
Blake Covert - 2nd chair Tenor 1
Elijah Harris - 3rd chair Tenor 1
Eli Cowden - 4th chair Tenor 1
Noah Koch - 5th chair Tenor 1
Lane VonDresky - 6th chair Tenor 1
These students made all-region as well:
Central Office received a call from Tammy Tackett, wife of Lonsdale Fire Chief Eddie Tackett, praising the actions of one of our Bus Drivers. On Nov. 13th, a BJH student was involved in ATV accident. Bus Driver Carol Burrow, a 22 year employee, was the first on the scene. With the assistance of BJH student, Carson Totten, they were able to stop the bleeding and move the ATV from the road. They stayed with the student until First Responders arrived. The student was taken the Children’s Hospital where he received 40 stitches. We would like to present this Panther Pride Award to Carol and Carson for their actions.