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Breckinridge County Represented at State Special Olympics

Three student-athletes from Breckinridge County Middle School competed in the State of Kentucky Special Olympics held in Richmond, Kentucky on Saturday, June 4th. Competing on behalf of the county were Madison Gedling, Zachary McDaniel and Madison Gedling. Athletes earned medals by finishing in the top 3 in their age group and ribbons if they finished in places 4th-6th.

Zach McDaniel earned the county’s first medal by finishing 2nd in the 1500 meter run on Friday night and followed that performance with another 2nd place finish in the Softball Throw.

Madison Gedling participated in The 50-meter walk and Softball Throw. Madison finished 3rd in the Softball Throw for her aged group (12-15 years old), earning the county’s 3rd medal.

Joseph Grimes earned 4th place ribbons in the 50-meter dash and Softball Throw.

This is the first time Breckinridge County has participated in the State Special Olympics for several years. Participation would not have been possible without the dozen volunteers that took time each Wednesday to help run practices for the six weeks prior to the event. Also, several organizations gave monies to support the program to assist with uniforms, travel and registration fees. To find out how you can get involved in Special Olympics, contact Mark Grimes at 270-925-7891.

Future plans for the athletes include bowling, golf, cheerleading and bocce.


Congratulations to these Breckinridge County High School students!!

 Governor's Scholar Destiney Dowell and Governor's School for the Arts Brittany Carwile and Jonah Carter



 Keeley Ruskowski

Selected to Gatton Academy


BCHS sophomore, Keeley Ruskowski, has been selected as a member of the Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science Class of 2018. The Gatton Academy, located on the campus of Western Kentucky University, has consistently been named as one of the best high schools in the country.  

Applicants were evaluated based on ACT/SAT scores, high school grades, awards, extracurricular activities, responses to essay questions, and letters of recommendation. 300 students applied and over 160 candidates were invited to interview with community leaders from across the Commonwealth and Gatton Academy alumni.  Of these, 100 were selected for admission.

Keeley will live on campus at WKU during her junior and senior years and will attend classes alongside other WKU college students.

Congratulations to Keeley on this outstanding accomplishment!


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