The West Johnston High School varsity and junior varsity volleyball teams showed their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month by wearing pink jerseys during their Senior Night earlier this season. West won the Greater Neuse River 4A Conference championship. The West varsity players participating in the event were Kayla Eubanks (11), Rionne Hayden (3), Cameron Keyes (16), Emily Rentz (8), Kelsey Ellis (14), Jason Bryant, Abby Barbour (9), Tatiana Thompson (1), Cleine Greene (10), Tessa Starkweather (2), Brooke Applequist (17), Jordan Dean (7) and Nicole Lonesky (15). “The girls have worked extremely hard this year and have come through a lot of adversity this season,” said Coach Meredith Blake. “We are very proud of their success and team work.”
The West Johnston High School varsity and junior varsity volleyball teams showed their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month by wearing pink jerseys during their Senior Night earlier this season. West won the Greater Neuse River 4A Conference championship. The West varsity players participating in the event were Kayla Eubanks (11), Rionne Hayden (3), Cameron Keyes (16), Emily Rentz (8), Kelsey Ellis (14), Jason Bryant, Abby Barbour (9), Tatiana Thompson (1), Cleine Greene (10), Tessa Starkweather (2), Brooke Applequist (17), Jordan Dean (7) and Nicole Lonesky (15). “The girls have worked extremely hard this year and have come through a lot of adversity this season,” said Coach Meredith Blake. “We are very proud of their success and team work.” Johnston County Schools
The West Johnston High School varsity and junior varsity volleyball teams showed their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month by wearing pink jerseys during their Senior Night earlier this season. West won the Greater Neuse River 4A Conference championship. The West varsity players participating in the event were Kayla Eubanks (11), Rionne Hayden (3), Cameron Keyes (16), Emily Rentz (8), Kelsey Ellis (14), Jason Bryant, Abby Barbour (9), Tatiana Thompson (1), Cleine Greene (10), Tessa Starkweather (2), Brooke Applequist (17), Jordan Dean (7) and Nicole Lonesky (15). “The girls have worked extremely hard this year and have come through a lot of adversity this season,” said Coach Meredith Blake. “We are very proud of their success and team work.” Johnston County Schools

Wildcats hold Pink Out game

November 09, 2015 11:47 AM