October 25, 2013 | Updated: January 29, 2019

By Ramonica Jones

Basketball, bowling and bocce competitions keep Clay Kimbrough busy. The 20 year old South Plains area athlete became involved with SOTX at Whiteside Elementary School and has been raking in medals ever since. Kimbrough loves traveling with his teammates and working alongside his friends and coaches, especially when participating in tournaments. A senior at the Vocational Transition Center in Lubbock, Kimbrough looks forward to going for the gold and making his family proud.

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