TOP PHOTO: It was Senior Night Tuesday at Campbell High.

JACKSBORO, TN (WLAF) – Three Campbell County High School Seniors were honored on Senior Night Tuesday evening.  During their time with CCHS each Senior was able to bring their own dynamic to the team in their own way. See Amber Cowell’s full photo gallery HERE.

Lauren Asher escorted by her parents, Nathan & April Asher

Lauren Asher could be found on the pitch as a defensive back, mid-fielder as well as a forward.  With her speed she was able to travel with the ball across midfield and was still able to get back into her posted position to defend the CCHS line.  Never one to shy away from a ball or player Lauren has used every part of her body to attack as well as defend.  

Cheyenne Davis escorted by her parents, Dusty and Kristen Davis

Cheyenne Davis was one of CCHS’s deadliest weapons.  A quiet striker, Davis seemed to always be able to receive the ball even when the pass wasn’t necessarily on target.  With her long stride, she traveled the pitch in a gazelle like cadence with many magnificent falls as well as miraculous recoveries.  Her small frame was deceiving to opponents, and Davis was able to score many goals with a strong kick.

Zaylyn Ivey escorted by her parents, Travis Ivey and Shanna Davis

Zaylyn Ivey first began as a striker, in her Senior year she also found herself as goal keeper.  Zaylyn is a true leader and motivator to her team.  If Zaylyn was on the field she was either making a play on the ball or cheering on her teammates.  Ivey’s footwork is truly an art form which left many defenders frustrated.  Whether a corner kick, penalty kick or defending the goal Ivey was always ready to do what was needed for her team.  

All three Seniors epitomize what it means to be a leader.  The versitility of these players show how much heart they have for the game, they all played multiple positions wherever they were needed.  Each player played each game throughout the season with a selfless heart and never gave up.  With the season ending the future is bright with for these three.

The District Tournament begins Sat., Oct 8, with CCHS playing at 11 am at Central High School. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 10/05/2022-6AM)