For my last Practicum assignment, I shot two Kentucky High School Athletic Association state football championships on Dec. 7, 2013 in Bowling Green, Ky.  

The first game was between Highland and Collins, ending in a 37-34 victory for Collins.  The second game was between Scott County and Meade County, ending in a 21-14 victory for Scott County.  

I love shooting football and I have some good memories shooting inside Houchens-Smith Stadium.  It’s definitely bittersweet that I’ve probably shot my last game at Western but maybe there will be bigger and better stadiums to come for me.

©2013 Leah Voss

So... I went to the KAPOS/KHSAA Region 10 Cheer Competition today @ Nicholas County HS

Bourbon County HS won for Varsity Medium (Shouldn’t have happened, Mason County should have advanced to State)

Harrison County HS won for Varsity Small (YAY)

Pendleton County HS won Varsity Coed (woot woot!)

GRC HS won Varsity Super Large (EPIC)

Nicholas County Runner-Up for Varsity Super Large (won state last year)

Harrison County MS won Small Division

Bracken County Elementary won Elementary Division (Amazing!)

Montgomery County HS won Varsity Large (I love them!)

McNabb (Montgomery County) MS won Medium Division (awesomeness!)

The only issue I have with this is that Bourbon’s routine was a hot mess and Mason County was WAY better. And if our choreographer hadn’t ditched us for Scott County, we would have gone to KAPOS and PVC (Paris Varsity aka My home team) would have beat Bourbon County. End of discussion.

South Warren starting pitcher Ty Pitts, right, hugs catcher Jacob Lewis following South Warren’s 4-1 loss to South Laurel in the KHSAA State Tournament on Thursday, June 5, 2014 in Lexington, Ky. (Austin Anthony/Daily News)

Ryder Litten, Austin McElwain and Cathan Shryock walk to the dugout after defeating Daviess County 4-0 in the KHSAA State Tournament on Monday, June 2, 2014 in Lexington, Ky. (Austin Anthony/Daily News)