Since the Spring Sport Season came to a close before it even began, we will be highlighting our SENIOR Spring Sport Athletes in the coming weeks.   You are a special group and one that we will all remember fondly for your efforts both on and off the field of play! Congratulations to the Class of 2020!

Today’s featured Rebel senior is Kalee Hayes. 

Sports played: Basketball, Cross Country, and Track

Plans After Graduation: I plan to attend Ball State University to study either Nursing or Kinesiology.

Athletic Honors Earned: 

Basketball​ – 3 Varsity letters, Twice Academic All-Conference, and All County Honorable Mention.

Cross Country​ – 2 Varsity letters,  All County, and Academic All-Conference two times.

Track​ – 2 Varsity Letters

Favorite Coach or Teacher: Mrs. Reed is my favorite teacher and coach. She helped me grow as a basketball player and a person, and I couldn’t be more thankful to have been a player and student of hers.

Favorite Memory as a Rebel Athlete: My favorite memory as a Rebel would have to be coming back from a major injury and getting to play the rest of my senior basketball season with amazing teammates, as well as getting the amazing opportunity to play at Bankers Life Fieldhouse with them.

Thoughts on Being an Athlete: Being an athlete has had such an amazing impact on my life. It has taught me many life lessons that I will carry with me throughout my life. It has taught me to overcome difficult hardships and showed me that I can always give more than I think. I am so thankful to have had the opportunity to be a Randolph Southern Rebel throughout all of my sports careers.

Other Activities/Hobbies: I enjoy spending time with friends and family. I also love participating in 4-H and working with animals. Another thing I enjoy is painting and doing other crafty things.

Favorite Quote: “Of course it’s hard, it’s supposed to be hard. If it were easy everyone would do it. Hard is what makes it great. – A League of Their Own