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Lady Cardinals end exciting regular season with highlights from those around them

Mallory Campbell became member of 500+ Rebound Club

Garrison Flag

WC JROTC presents the Garrison Flag to the crowd at the March 11th Doubleheader Game

WC JROTC Cadet salutes the flag

JROTC Cadet salutes the flag

Leaving the court

Leaving the court

Starters ready to go in and play

Starters ready to go in and play

Macey Blevins with the ball

Macey Blevins with the ball

Handling the ball

Forward Kenzie Upchurch handling the ball

Mallory Campbell shoots the ball

Mallory Campbell in action

offense

Lady Cards blocking their opponents

Lady Cardinal action on the floor

Lady Cardinal  Mariah Bowlin guarding her opponent 

Mallory Campbell at the free throw line

Forward Mallory Campbell at the free throw line

Senior Cheerleader Selena Melton received the Donna Guffey Memorial Scholarship from her son, Eli

During a break in the game, Senior Cheerleader Selena Melton received the Donna Guffey Memorial Scholarship from her son, Eli 

Mallory Campbell after the Lady Cards game where they defeated Somerset leading up to the District Tournament

Junior Mallory Campbell posed for a photo after the Lady Cards game, where they defeated Somerset leading up to the District Tournament. Mallory was recognized at the start of the game as the newest member of the 500 Rebound Club. She has over 700 career rebounds and over 1200 career points. She is also an excellent student with a 4.3 GPA.

Mallory Campbell recognized as new member of 500+ Rebounds Club

Junior Mallory Campbell recognized as new member of 500+ Rebounds Club

Macey Blevins headed to WKU to play ball

Senior Macey Blevins headed to WKU after high school on a scholarship she secured before the season.

Macey Blevins recognized for her many record breaking achievements for the Lady Cards

Macey Blevins was recognized for her many record breaking achievements for the Lady Cards at the start of the game.

 

David Phillips was interviewed on radio broadcast

David Phillips - one of the great Wayne County Basketball players/Hall of Famer whose jersey is retired - shared a few memories from his high school and University of TN at Chattanooga basketball days. But more importantly, he is now getting to see his 8th grade son Kendall Phillips play for the local Cardinal Basketball Team.  





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