Knox County’s youngest academic stars in spotlight at League awards

Students receive awards during the annual Academic League ceremony.

Knox County’s youngest and brightest were in the spotlight on December 6 during the annual Academic League Awards ceremony.   The ceremony was held at Conway Boatman Chapel and recognized “Rookies, Junior Varsity and Varsity” players from each Knox County elementary school.  The students competed for top team and top student in each division.

Photos from the League Awards ceremony are available online.

League Placement


1st Place- Barbourville Elementary

1st place- Flat Lick Elementary

2nd place- Central Elementary

2nd  Place- Girdler Elementary


Junior Varsity

1st Place- Central Elementary

2nd Place-  Lay Elementary

2nd Place- Lynn Camp



1st Place- Dewitt Elementary

1st Place- Lay Elementary

2nd Place- Lynn Camp


Individual Team MVP’s


Barbourville- Donavon Smith

Central- Grayson Burton

Dewitt- Jeremiah Burns

Flat Lick- Kai Senters

Girdler- Maggie Gibson

Hampton- Evan Hubbard

Lay- Mason Cima

Lynn Camp- Conner Mabe


Junior Varsity

Barbourville- Braylee Callebs

Central- Ethan Abner

Dewitt- Kashawn Robinson

Flat Lick- (no team)

Girdler- Dylan Alsip

Hampton- Jace Baker

Lay- Jaden Broughton

Lynn Camp- Lauren Partin


Barbourville-Reece Corey

Central- Connor Brown

Dewitt- Ethan Brown

Flat Lick- Elijah Miller

Girdler- Zachary Gross

Hampton- Alex Thomas

Lay- RJ Osborne

Lynn Camp- Austin Partin


Overall League MVP’s



1st Place- Kia Senters- Flat Lick

2nd Place- Maggie Gibson- Girdler

3rd Place-Jeremiah Burns- Dewitt

3rd Place- Donavon Smith- Barbourville


Junior Varsity

1st Place- Ethan Abner- Central

2nd Place- Lauren Partin- Lynn Camp

3rd Place- Jace Baker- GR Hampton

3rd Place- Kashawn Robinson- Dewitt



1st Place- RJ Osborne- Lay

2nd Place- Austin Partin- Lynn Camp

3rd Place- Ethan Brown- Dewitt