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Paducah Middle 7th/8th Grade Choir Sings "Ubi Caritas"
The Paducah Middle 6th grade choir and 7th/8th grade choir presented a choral concert of seasonal music on December 1, 2017. Samantha Veal is the director of middle school choirs. Matthew Hinz is the assistant director of the 7th/8th grade choir. Douglas Arnold was the pianist.

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Four Paducah Tilghman High School Juniors Named PaxtonScholars by MCCCE
Paducah Tilghman juniors Nautica Beasley, J’Once Caldwell, Keyshun Curry, and Brooklyn Ross have been selected for the PaxtonScholars Program. Each year, the McCracken County Community Career Endowment chooses a total of six outstanding students from Paducah Tilghman High School and McCracken County High School to participate. The scholarship is an enrichment program for outstanding African American juniors enrolled in the city and county school systems.   Paxton Scholars 2017  Photo caption, l to r: Nautica Beasley, Brooklyn Ross, J'Once Caldwell, Keyshun Curry   
Paducah Middle Speech Team Participates In Calloway Tournament
The Paducah Middle Speech team competed at Calloway Middle on December 9. Nathaniel Skinner was the tournament champion in Extemporaneous Speaking. Nathan Uhlick and Parker Guyette were the tournament runner up in Duo Acting. Aneeza Ali, Fiona Caywood, Macy Egner, and Paige Kight all finished in the top six in their events. Way to go, team!
Photo caption, l to r: Nathan Uhlik, Nathaniel Skinner, Aneeza Ali, Fiona Caywood, Macy Egner, Parker Guyette. Not pictured: Paige Kight      
 
Paducah Middle Speech Team Participates In Calloway Tournament
The Paducah Middle Speech team competed at Calloway Middle on December 9. Nathaniel Skinner was the tournament champion in Extemporaneous Speaking. Nathan Uhlick and Parker Guyette were the tournament runner up in Duo Acting. Aneeza Ali, Fiona Caywood, Macy Egner, and Paige Kight all finished in the top six in their events. Way to go, team!
Photo caption, l to r: Nathan Uhlik, Nathaniel Skinner, Aneeza Ali, Fiona Caywood, Macy Egner, Parker Guyette. Not pictured: Paige Kight        
 
Paducah Middle Speech Team Participates In Calloway Tournament
The Paducah Middle Speech team competed at Calloway Middle on December 9. Nathaniel Skinner was the tournament champion in Extemporaneous Speaking. Nathan Uhlick and Parker Guyette were the tournament runner up in Duo Acting. Aneeza Ali, Fiona Caywood, Macy Egner, and Paige Kight all finished in the top six in their events. Way to go, team!
Photo caption, l to r: Nathan Uhlik, Nathaniel Skinner, Aneeza Ali, Fiona Caywood, Macy Egner, Parker Guyette. Not pictured: Paige Kight       PMS Speech Team
 
Myers Signs Softball Scholarship With Georgetown College
Paducah Tilghman senior Mallory Myers signed a letter of intent to play softball for Georgetown College in a signing ceremony at PTHS on December 13.
Myers has played softball for Paducah Tilghman since eighth grade.  She was named to the All District Softball team three years and last year was named to the Paducah Sun All Purchase Softball team. In 2017 Myers’ batting average with ninth in the state (.571). Her on base percentage was 21st (.600) and her number of stolen bases was 20th (24).
“I really like the location (of the college) because it’s right in the middle of Lexington,” Myers said. “When I visited, I liked the homey feel of the campus, and I loved the softball girls and Coach Thornton. They made me feel very welcome.”
 
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