WCHS Warriorette Basketball Awards Banquet held May 9
By Jerry Lowery | May 14, 2019 11:23 am
On May 9, 2019, Coach Michael Dodgen and the Warriorette basketball team met for their annual awards banquet. After a great meal and fellowship time, Dodgen presented the school letters earned for play this year and also for individual senior awards for their time served as a Warriorette.
The Warriorette Award honors a four-year senior who exemplifies strong work ethic, strong dedication to the program, and understands the meaning of what being a Warriorette basketball player truly is. This year’s winner was Saige Johnson.
The Pistol Award honors a player who gives a high level of dedication and love to the Warriorette basketball program, one who has shown leadership and care for her teammates and for dedication to the White County High School overall programs. This year’s winner was Jenna Matthews.
The Lindsay Floyd Award goes to a member of the Warriorette basketball program who goes above and beyond the call of duty, who strives often behind the scenes to make her teammates and the program better. Bill and Carol Floyd, parents of Lindsay, were guests of the Warriorettes and were on hand to present Jessica Burton with this year’s award.
Gracie Dodgen received an award for setting the record for most three- points shots made during one season. The old record was 81 set by Lauren Foster. Gracie Dodgen hit 98 three-pointers this past season to set the White County High School record for three-pointers made by a Warriorette.