Warriors News · October Eminence Student-Athlete of the Month

Eminence Warrior Family. Please take the time to congratulate the following student-athletes on being selected as the October 2019 Student-Athletes of the Month. All were chosen not only because of their exceptional efforts on the competition field. They also are great leaders in the classroom and community. They show leadership and character. Vince Dentinger and Madison Sweeney are both your Middle/High School representatives. Wesley Shuff and Brooklyn Smith are your elementary representatives. Also, I would like to thank Hometown Pizza, Dairy Queenand McDonald’s for providing free food gift cards to the Eminence Student-Athlete of the Month program. Each student will receive a free food item of their choosing.

High School:
Vince Dentinger is a sophomore. He is new to cross country this year and has worked over the course of the season to achieve several personal records. Vince is an active member of school and community activities. Vince is dedicated to his sport and his school being a leader for others.
Madison Sweeney is a Senior.  She was recently selected to the Class A All Tournament Team Senior, but earned this award all four years.  KVCA 2019 Pre-Season Watch List for All-State Players. She has a Double Digit Kill Average during all four years of high school volleyball. Varsity starter all four years of high school volleyball. Madison is a leader on and off the court. She leads her team with high energy and compassion and uses her actions and work ethic to set the bar for not only her peers but also for younger volleyball players. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Beta, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Pep Club.
Elementary School:
Wesley Shuff has been a large part of the teams success this year. Wesley plays offensive guard and defensive tackle for the undefeated Warriors. They team is playing for the Henry Co. Youth Football League Championship tonight. In school he participates in band, robotics and archery. He helps care for foster animals at the Oldham Co. Humane Society. On Sunday’s he attends PREP classes at Immaculate Conception Church to strengthen his relationship with God.
Brooklyn Smith is in 5th grade, and has been a big part of Middle school cheer. She has stepped up and become a vocal leader during practices and games. She is also running cross country daily and competing every Saturday in competitions. She has made big improvements since she first started and is now earning weekly awards!  She just recently made the middle school basketball team. Brooklyn works hard at school and home! She is a model student by always being polite, hardworking and dedicated.