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Knoxville Catholic High School to hold Brixx FIRE Volleyball Tournament

Knoxville Catholic High School in west Knoxville will hold the Brixx FIRE volleyball tournament on June 22 and June 23.
The second annual Brixx FIRE grass volleyball tournament is to raise awareness for the American Cancer Society. All of the proceeds from the tournament and the events surrounding it will go to the society’s signature event Relay for Life. This year’s goal is to reach $15,000.

Staff profiles: Melitta Markey

Melitta Markey is a 19-year-old sophomore majoring in journalism and electronic media and minoring in business administration at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. She graduated from Independence High School in Thompsons Station, Tennessee in 2012 and attended the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga for a year before transferring to Knoxville. Transferring to the University of Tennessee at Knoxville was an easy decision for her since she had heard great things about the news broadcast program at Knoxville, which is what she plans on specializing in along with visual studies.

Staff profiles: Sam Turner

Sam Turner is a sophomore studying journalism at the University of Tennessee. He chose to study journalism because he wants to pursue a career in TV or movie editing. Sam has always been interested in this field because of his mothers career as a video editor and seeing all of the experiences she has had through her work. After he graduates Sam has no clue what he will actually do.