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2020 Senior Shoutout: Lesley Grace “Graycee” Castle

Lesley Grace “Graycee“ Castle is a 2020 East Carter High School Senior.  She is the daughter of Rob and TaLisa Castle of Grayson, Granddaughter of Gary and Phyllis Sparks of Olive Hill and the Great-Granddaughter of the late George and Lorraine Sparks of Webbville.

Graycee is a member of Three Pine FWB Church in Olive Hill. She loves being with family and friends. She enjoys movies, and family game nights. She loves fiercely and completely. She is smart, beautiful and very strong spirited. She holds strong onto her relationships with the Lord.

Graycee has many achievements academically and athletically. She will graduate with high honors and has maintained a 4.0 GPA. She has excelled as a Varsity starter on the ECHS softball team for the past 7 years. Her future plans are to pursue a Radiology degree in the fall. Although her senior year ended abruptly, she has been focused on her online college classes. She is excited for her future and the plans that God has prepared for her. She will treasure all the memories that she has created with some of the most amazing people, her friend and teachers.


~Do not let this define you, allow this to strengthen you.~

Class of 2020 will never be forgotten.

#EC2020strong

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