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2012-2013 Basketball Interview Clip

Sep 25, 2013 • by Cameron Jackson • Berea Basketball
Click on the below link to see one on one with Coach Jackson about the Berea pirates 2012-2013 More

Food Bank Classic

Dec 10, 2012 • by Cameron Jackson • Berea Basketball
The food Bank Classic was a huge success. I also would like to give a special thank you to all that donated food to our first annual Food bank classic. In one day we were able to raise 878 pounds of food, and our school donated the most to win the Humanitarian award. Thanks again.   More

Pirate Panorama

Nov 5, 2012 • by Cameron Jackson • Berea Basketball
Pirate Pan-O-Rama  Basketball is back!!  The Pirate Basketball program has been hard at work preparing to put another quality product on the floor this season.  We invite all fans, students, faculty, and employees to attend the annual Pirate Pan-O-Rama Thursd More


Sep 28, 2012 • by Cameron Jackson • Berea Basketball
Basketball tryouts will be held October 15th at 5:30 & 16th at 3:30 in Conkin Gymnasium for any male attending Berea Community high school and are not in a current sport. More

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Cody Austin Dittman

Jan 1, 2015 • Berea Online
Cody Austin Dittman age 24 of Berea, passed away Sunday December 28, 2014. Cody was born in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky. He was a 2010 graduate of Berea Community High School and was employed in the manufacturing industry. He was a member of the ... More

Three local students are National Merit semifinalists

Sep 9, 2014 • Richmond Register
Three Madison County high school students are semifinalists in the 60th annual National Merit Scholarship program. Sofia G. Saderholm of Berea Community High School, Michael F. Rahimzadeh of Madison Central and Mary Katherine Grimes of Madison ... More

Prep Roundup: Lady Cards topple rivals; Cards fall in BIT semifinals to Colts

Dec 30, 2014 • Central Kentucky News
The George Rogers Clark High School girls basketball team concluded play in the Gateway Holiday Classic Monday with a 61-44 win over rival and host Montgomery County. Clark raced out to a 14-4 lead after the first quarter and led 30-17 at the half. More

Education notes: Mar. 11

Mar 10, 2014 • Lexington Herald Leader
Seth Henderson, a Berea Community High School graduate and a senior political science and criminal justice major at Eastern Kentucky University, has been selected to serve a 14-week internship in the White House Office of Presidential Correspondence. More

EKU senior from Berea selected as White House intern

Mar 5, 2014 • The Lane Report
Seth Henderson, Berea, a senior political science and criminal justice major at Eastern Kentucky University, was selected to serve a 14-week internship in the White House Office of Presidential Correspondence. The “mission of the program is to ... A ... More

Pace, 3-point shot drive Hornets

Jan 14, 2014 • ESPN
Within a couple of weeks, someone who had lived almost his whole life in Berea, Ky., save for four years in a spot a little more than four hours away in Glenville, W.Va., packed up and moved to California. Harkleroad's biggest worry, he claimed, was ... More

Education Notes: Nov, 13

Nov 12, 2013 • Lexington Herald Leader
Gabriel Fernandes, an Eastern Kentucky University senior Honors Program student with a 4.0 GPA, placed first in the Blue Grass Young Artist Division in the Music Teachers National Association event in Murray. ... Madison Central High School, Richmond ... More

Education Notes for week of July 1

Jul 3, 2013 • Lexington Herald Leader
Eastern Kentucky University's Hall of Distinguished Alumni inductees, from left, front row: Circuit Judge Jean Chenault Logue; EKU President Doug Whitlock; Judy Layne-Wood, Yorktown, Va., retired educator; and Janna Vice. ... instrumental music, Aryn ... More

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