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Blue Tide recognizes seniors
Seniors players and cheerleaders and their parents were honored during Long Countys basketball senior night Friday. - photo by Mikee Riddle

Long County had basketball senior night Friday, when the teams played St. Vincent’s Academy and Benedictine Military School.
There were 13 seniors from the basketball program recognized.

Boys included De’Montee Cooper, escorted by Amy Nutting and Eric Sizemore, who was recognized for three years as team manager. T.J. McCrea, escorted by his father Benjamin McCrea, was also recognized for three years as manager.

James Forrest, escorted by his mother Jaquline Forrest, was a first-year Blue Tide player, though he played basketball all four years of high school.
Brendon Scott, escorted by his parents, Charles Scott and Kiberll Ashley, played for the Tide four years.

Eric Shaw, escorted by his mother, Mary Shaw, also played four years, but this was his first year for LCHS.
Xavier Stapleton, escorted by his parents, Daphne and Marcus Braxton, had three years for the Blue Tide.

For the girls, Keke Calhoun, escorted by her father, Kemp Calhoun, has been on the Lady Tide for three years.
Keshawndra Cooper, escorted by her parents Marilyn Davis and Nakkyia Roundtree, has played three years with LCHS.

Mya Howard, escorted by her parents, Catherine Howard and Phoebe Boyd, also has played for the Lady Tide three years.
Caitlin Wingate, escorted by parents, Mike and Kelly Wingate, has played for Long County team all four years.
Katie Estill, escorted by her parents, John and Amy Estill, also has four years with the Lady Tide.

Cheerleaders recognized were Shanta Johnson and Chris Gilmore. Johnson, escorted by her parents, Janice Johnson and Perry Freeman, has been a LCHS cheerleader four year. Gilmore, escorted by his mother, Hazil Gilmore, has cheered for three years.

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