Congrats to HOSA students who competed at national level in California!!
The Wayne County Women’s Soccer Team beat McCreary Central with five goals from five different
players on Monday, August 31st. The win was made possible by effective teamwork.
After coming up a tad short last week at Madison Central, the Cards bounced back. This past weekend on August 29th the Wayne County Football team traveled to South Laurel to participate in the Laurel Bowl. The Cards rolled through the South Laurel Cardinals in a 49-13 victory. The Cards play again September 4th at Home against Perry Central. It will be middle school night so come out and support our Cards and future Cards. Roll Cards!
After a tough loss to Garrard County, the Wayne County Boys Soccer Team's records falls to 3-1-0, remaining the #2 ranked team in the 12th Region. The team travels to Glasgow tonight, August 31st.
FFA students participated in a special event know as field day sponsored by Wayne County Extension Service. Visitors got a first hand look at the huge variety of produce being harvested in the three acre garden that is then served in the school cafeterias.
Wayne County Junior Corbin Kirksey fired a 2-under round of 70 last Saturday August 29th at Barren River State Park. Kirksey survived a sudden death play-off against Glasgow’s Chase Landrum to capture medalist honors. Wayne County finished the month of August with a stellar 5-0 match record. On Saturday August 22nd the Wayne County golf team traveled to Lexington to compete in the Tates Creek Invitational at the Tates Creek Golf Course.
Come out and support the girls during an upcoming competitive match up. After a tough loss to Hart County, the girls are ready to bounce back with a good win over McCreary Central.