LCHS retires Pierson’s jersey


The Lynchburg-Clay High School Athletic Department retired former Mustang Devin Pierson’s basketball jersey Friday night. Pierson’s jersey is now one of only five jerseys retired by LCHS, the other four belonging to Linda Fittro Hatten, Paul Cluxton, Whitney Lewis and Pierson’s father, Mark Pierson. Devin Pierson finished his high school basketball career with 1,687 points for a career average of 17.8, collecting 363 rebounds, 306 assists and 127 steals. He celebrated with his family and LCHS Coach Matt Carson (far left).


The Lynchburg-Clay High School Athletic Department retired former Mustang Devin Pierson’s basketball jersey Friday night. Pierson’s jersey is now one of only five jerseys retired by LCHS, the other four belonging to Linda Fittro Hatten, Paul Cluxton, Whitney Lewis and Pierson’s father, Mark Pierson. Devin Pierson finished his high school basketball career with 1,687 points for a career average of 17.8, collecting 363 rebounds, 306 assists and 127 steals. He celebrated with his family and LCHS Coach Matt Carson (far left).

The Lynchburg-Clay High School Athletic Department retired former Mustang Devin Pierson’s basketball jersey Friday night. Pierson’s jersey is now one of only five jerseys retired by LCHS, the other four belonging to Linda Fittro Hatten, Paul Cluxton, Whitney Lewis and Pierson’s father, Mark Pierson. Devin Pierson finished his high school basketball career with 1,687 points for a career average of 17.8, collecting 363 rebounds, 306 assists and 127 steals. He celebrated with his family and LCHS Coach Matt Carson (far left).
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2016/12/web1_Pierson.jpgThe Lynchburg-Clay High School Athletic Department retired former Mustang Devin Pierson’s basketball jersey Friday night. Pierson’s jersey is now one of only five jerseys retired by LCHS, the other four belonging to Linda Fittro Hatten, Paul Cluxton, Whitney Lewis and Pierson’s father, Mark Pierson. Devin Pierson finished his high school basketball career with 1,687 points for a career average of 17.8, collecting 363 rebounds, 306 assists and 127 steals. He celebrated with his family and LCHS Coach Matt Carson (far left).