TCHS honors senior athletes of fall sports

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By The Staff

Seniors participating in all fall sports this year were honored during the last home football game Friday at Raiders Stadium.


Josh Edington, son of Sonya Smith and Robert Edington, also is a member of the basketball and track teams. He plans to study civil engineering.

Dustin Christman, son of Jinny and Doug Bruce, was 2009 football homecoming king and plans to attend Jefferson Community and Technical College to become an electrician.

C.J. Oberhausen, son of Eric and Tia Oberhausen, also plays baseball. He plans to study pharmacology at Northern Kentucky University.

Dylan Perry, son of Dewayne and Tena Perry, plans to major in kinesiolgy and coaching.

Blake Renfro, son of Barry Renfro and Lori Wright, is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and plans to become a conservation officer.

Michael Edens, son of Stacy Edens and Tonya Edens, was named all-district as a sophomore and all-conference as a junior, and plans to study criminology.

Daniel Fleischer, son of Richard and Peggy Fleischer, also is on the track team. He plans to become either a police officer or an engineer.

Cody Webster, son of Mark and Lillian Webster, also plays tennis. He plans to attend Eastern Kentucky University to study criminal justice.

Kyle Law, son of Paula Law, broke the school record for most tackles in a game this year against Carroll County. He hopes to attend Lindsay Wilson College and play college football.


Alex Rand, daughter of Rick and Vicky Rand, received third place in the cross-country Class A tournament. She plans to attend Centre College to run cross-country and study environmental science and art.

Taylor Ball, son of Les and Linda Ball, also a member of the track team, has been named All-State, Academic All-State, All-Region and All-Conference. He plans to study biochemical engineering.

Daryl Heveline, son of Greg and Traci Heveline, is president of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and also is a member of the track team. He plans to major in criminal justice at EKU.

Justin Perkins, son of Glenn and Stacy Perkins, also is a member of the track team and was named to the 2009 All-Conference team.


Adam Liter, son of LeAnna Liter, has been a band member for four years. He plans to attend the Art Institute of Nashville to major in audio production.

Ethan Turner, son of Kara Turner, has been in band for five years and also plays basketball and baseball. He has been named to the EKU Honors Band for two years. He plans to attend the University of Kentucky to study marketing and business management.


Andrew Stark, son of Marla Stark, played on the golf team for three years. He plans to major in psychology and secondary education at Hanover College.


Ashley Davis, daughter of Ben and Gail Davis, earned the Most Improved award last year for cheerleading. She plans to attend college and major in office technology.


Kim Minch, daughter of Barbara Huff, also is a member of the tennis team. She plans to attend NKU to study early childhood education.

Megan Morris, daughter of Cindy and the late C.D. Morris, was named to the All-District volleyball team. She plans to attend college to become a veterinarian or pediatrician.

Rachel Massie, daughter of Mike and Loretta Massie, was named to the Class A All-Tournament team for two years. She plans to play volleyball in college.