2001 Lewis County
Schools & Sports
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Year 2000 School & Sports
||Glen Bishop, left, talks with students
at Tollesboro Elementary School as part of a safety program being presented at the school.
Bishop's section concerned seat belt safety. (September 4, 2001, Dennis Brown)
||Matt Baker, the new principal at
Lewis County Middle School, officially assumed his new duties on Monday. (July 3, 2001, Al
||Workers are well underway with
renovations at Laurel Elementary School. Work is expected to be completed to the facility
by the time students return following the break. (June 12, 2001, Dennis Brown)
||Two Lewis County residents received
statewide honors recently in Louisville. Picture, left to right, are LCHS Principal Jendra
Enix, Gary Kidwell, Dennis Brown and School Superintendent Maurice Reeder Jr. Kidwell and
Brown were recognized for their contributions to interscholastic sports. (May 8, 2001, J.
||IN THE SPOTLIGHT . . . LCHS Champions
presented a skit to LCMS students last week in the new auditorium at the high school. The
gathering marked the first assembly to be held in the new auditorium. (April 24, 2001,
||The Lewis County Lions basketball team
won their second straight 62nd District title with a 77-67 win over Elliott County last
Friday night. They became only the second team at LCHS to win two straight district
titles. The Lions are coached by Joe Hampton and assistants Bo Silvey, Jim Lykins and Todd
Ruckel. Team members are, front row, left to right, Drew Curtis, Nathan Gilbert, Laine
Hughes, Brandon Hughes, Clay Applegate, Glenn Smith and Tyler Clark; second row, Nathan
Bond, Ashley Cooper, Joe Fitch, Jason Weddington, Chris McCall, Woody Underwood, Aaron
Kegley and Tommy Barbour. The Lions competed Wednesday, March 7, in the 16th Regional
Tournament at Morehead State University, losing to Greenup County 57-50 in overtime.
||WSAZ-TV reporter Randy Yohe, left, and
videographer Jim Backus were in Vanceburg Friday gathering information concerning the case
of meningitis of a student at Lewis County Middle School.
(February 13, 2001, Dennis Brown)
||Lewis County High School students enter
the high school through the new front entrance, which was first used last week. A new
library and auditorium at the facility are nearing completion. (January 30, 2001, Dennis
||The new front entrance at Lewis County
High School was put into use last week. Work continues on the new library and 400-seat
auditorium. (January 30, 2001, Dennis Brown)
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