Highlanders Latin won the KCAA state baseball championship. Congratulations and thank you coaches and players for your hard work. Matthew Rouse was named All-Tournament Team MVP
Preliminary plans for the new Highlands Latin gym at Spring Meadows are below. The gym can be used as a single high school basketball court with seating for up to 600 or two side by side elementary school courts. We will also stripe several volleyball courts. The construction of the building is brick with limestone trim and the interior will be concrete block. These plans may change a little from now until construction. We are waiting on approvals from Louisville Metro.
Any questions or comments about the gym, please email or call Brian Lowe (firstname.lastname@example.org, 502-855-4825)
Highlands Latin hosted its first baseball game April 12th on our new field at Spring Meadows. The team played well, and it was a beautiful spring day for a baseball game. Construction of this field involved hauling in nearly 1000 truck loads of fill dirt, blasting hundreds of yards of rock into a hillside, and building back a stone amphitheater. The result is, in our unbiased opinion, the most beautiful baseball field in the city. Please join us for a game this season and cheer on the Highlanders.
Thanks to HLS parents Mike Fowler, David Michel, Mike Minahan, Denis Beiter, Joe Pappalardo, and all the other HLS parents who volunteered countless hours to build the field. Maintenance Director Chris Rogers and Athletic Director Jim Ashby pitched in on almost every part of the construction. We would also like to thank parent Eric Bean who located the 1000 truck loads of fill dirt and spear-headed the construction of the field with his company, Flynn Brothers Contracting. They all did a great job.
Photos of the first game are available by clicking on the image below.