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MERCY ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL TEAM 
K.H.S.A.A. CHAMPION — 1983 




Front Row (Left to Right); Jane Stephenson, Bridget Hommrich, Monica Buckman, Margie Wiclte. Second Row: 
Stacey Drury, Myssie Berry, Sharon Eichler, Cherly Yenner, Trisha McCrory, Tracy Mclntyre, Karen Heil, 
Michelle Lee. Third Row: Coach Glenn Bryant, Kelly Banta, Julie Mangeot, Paula Miles, Laura Allgeier, Sharon 
Kottal(, Lisa Heil, Coach Steve Kaufman. Bacit Row: Laurie Brohm, Julie Baron, Stephanie Buckman, Karen 
Johnson, Amy Krimple. 



Member Of National Federation of State High School Associations 



Official Organ of the 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

AUGUST, 1983 



1983 TENNIS CHAMPIONS 



BOYS TEAM CHAMPION 
ST. XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL 




Front Row: Tim Antkowlak, Andrew Varga, Brian Ozler. Back Row: John 
Greive, Tim Sturgeon, Gill Haugh. 



OYS SINGLES CHAMPION 



BOYS DOUBLES CHAMPION 




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Charles Beckman 
Trinity High School 



Greg Daubard, Ed Balleisen 
Central High School 




GIRLS TEAM CHAMPION 
SAYRE HIGH SCHOOL 




Kneeling: Virginia Pepplah, Beckwith Arclier, Susan Sloane, Louise Ward. 
Standing: Wendy Anderson, Frances Roberts, Whitney Wiggins, Coach 
Tom Isaacs, Holly Parrlsy, Christina Miner. Absent - Ellen Morgan. 



IRLS SINGLES CHAMPION 



GIRLS DOUBLES CHAMPION 




Susan Sloane 
Sayre High School 



Beverly Roberts, Kim Lehman 
Tates Creek High School 




The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of f/ie 
Kentucl(y Highi Schiool Athletic Association 



VOL. XLVI — NO. 1 



AUGUST, 1983 



$5.00 PER YEAR 




"KENTUCKY 

ATHLETIC 

DIRECTIONS" 

Seventh Annual 
Athletic Director's Conference 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Director's 
Association held its7th Annual Conference last May 
1-3 at the Executive West in Louisville. 

Among the guest speakers were: Jock 
Sutherland, Commissioner Tom Mills, George 
Sauer, Asst. Commissioner Brigid DeVries, Steve 
Milburn, KHSAA Attorney Phil Scott, Dr. Rudy Ellis 
and George Kok. 

This was our biggest conference ever, both in 
number of attendees and exhibitors. Our exhibitors 
donated some outstanding door prizes and Bob 
Prince & Associates donated $175.00 which was 
given away at the Conference Banquet. 

We already have pledges for $400.00 for next 
year for the drawing at the Banquet. Please plan to 
attend the 1984 Conference, April 29, 30 & May 1, at 
the Executive Inn West in Louisville. 

National Athletic Director's Conference 

The National Athletic Director's Conference 
will be held in Orlando, Florida on December 11-14, 
1983. From all early indications, this should be the 
largest attended conference ever. Make plans now 
to join the "Kentucky Delegation" in sunny Orlando. 
For conference registration information or 
flight schedules departing from Louisville, write: 

Jim Watkins 

Southern High School 

8620 Preston Highway 

Louisville, KY 40219 

Best of luck to you and your teams in the 
coming year. 

Jim Reuther 
KHSADA President 



From the Commissioner's Office 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
met at Barkley Lodge. Cadiz, on Friday. July 29, 1983 The meeting was called 
to order by President Fairce O Woods at 9 00 a m Present were Board 
members Charles Black, Eldon Davidson. Whaylon Coleman. Patrick 
Crawford. Robie Harper. Alvis Johnson. Bob Rogers. Ray Story, Chester 
Turner and David Webb. Commissioner Tom Mills. Executive Assistant Billy V 



Wise. Assistant Commissioners Brjgid DeVrles and Louis Stout Conley 
N/lanning was present representing the State Department of Education The 
invocation was given by Conley Manning 

Patrick Crawford moved, seconded by Whaylon Coleman, that the 
minutes of the April 14 meeting be approved The motion passed unanimously 
PresidentWoods gave a short report on his attendance as a delegate to the 
National Federation Summer Meeting m Seattle, Washington Delegate Robie 
Harper stated that the opening ceremonies impressed him very much and that 
he was especially impressed by a speech given by Dr Barr, " Re-emphasizing 
the Values", dealing with participation in sports— win or lose He also 
mentioned that Walt Disney Productions has joined hands with the National 
Federation to promote athletics— Sport Goofy being the national mascot 

Alvis Johnson moved, seconded by Bob Rogers, to place in nomination 
Charles Black and Eldon Davidson, President and Vice-President 
respectively Patrick Crawford moved that nominations cease. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Mr Woods expressed his appreciation to the Board of Control for the 
support they gave him while serving as President and how much he had 
enjoyed being a member ot the Board during the past four years He then 
turned the meeting over to the newly elected President, Charles Black 
President Black expressed his appreciation to the Board for their support and 
confidence 

Commissioner Mills then made presentations to outgoing Board 
members Fairce Woods and Robie Harper and thanked them for the 
contribution they had made to the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
President Black introduced the new Board members. Chester Turner. 
Principal of Highlands High School, representing Section 5 and David Webb. 
Superintendent of Edmonson County Schools representing Section 2 

Commissioner Mills introduced Mrs Donna McKinley whohad requested 
an appeal of By-Law 6. Transfer Rule, before the Board on behalf of her son. 
Mickey McKmley, a student at Daviess County High School After hearing her 
presentation and comments by Mr Crume. Assistant Principal. Daviess 
County High School, and following a discussion thereof. Patrick Crawford 
moved that this case be deferred to later in the day Eldon Davidson seconded 
the motion, which carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills reported to the Board that correspondence had beer 
received from four sites requesting to bid on the 1985 Girls' State Basketbal 
Tournament He called on the following delegates for their respective 
presentations Don Combs. Eastern Kentucky University: Will May, Frankfort 
John Oldham, Western Kentucky University, and Larry Ivy, University ol 
Kentucky After a presentation by each delegate, the floor was open for 
questions Commissioner Mills thanked each delegation for the interesl 
shown in their request to host the tournament Eldon Davidson then moveo 
that the Board go into executive session to consider all bids Patnck Crawford 
seconded the motion The motion carried with a vote of seven m favor of the 
motion and one opposed 

Following the executive session, Bob Rogers moved that the site of the 
1985 Girls' State Basketball Tournament be at Bowling Green, Kentucky 
Whaylon Coleman seconded the motion The motion carried by a vote of six m 
favor and two opposed 

The next itemon the agenda was the selection of the site for the 1985 Boys' 
State Basketball Tournament Ray Story moved that the site be in Lexington, 
Kentucky at Rupp Arena Alvis Johnson seconded the motion The motion 
carried unanimously 

At this time. Commissioner Mills requested a decision on the eligibility 
case which had been deferred from an earlier time Bob Rogers moved that By- 
Law 6. Transfer Rule not be waived in this case Eldon Davidson seconded the 
motion The motion carried unanimously 

Commissioner Mills then presented correspondence in the case of 
Stephen W Back whose mother, Mrs John Back, had requested an appeal of 
By-Law 6. Transfer Rule, but was unable to attend the meeting in person After 
reviewing the correspondence received and a discussion thereof, Mr Ray 
Story moved, seconded by Mr David Webb, that since Stephen W Back does 
not qualify for a waiver of the transfer ruleunderany of the provisions adopted 
and approved by the member schools and outlined in By-Law 6. the rule not be 
waived in this case The motion carried unanimously 

Commissioner Mills presented to the Board copies of the material 
completed for the auditor and copies of the 1983-84 proposed close estimate 
or working budget Patrick Crawford made the motion that the proposed 
budget for 1983-84 be accepted as presented Whaylon Coleman seconded 
the motion The motion carried unanimously 

Following a discussion of the 64th Annual Meeting of the National 
Federation, Commissioner Mills indicated that he had received evaluation 
forms to be completed by those in attendance with regard to improvements 
that could be made for the 65th Annual Meeting and asked that members of the 
Board submit their recommendations to him as soon as possible Mr Mills also 
reminded members of the Board that the 1985 Annual Meeting of the National 
Federation is scheduled to be held in Lexington 

President Black announced that Commissioner Mills had been elected 
Vice-President of the National Federation for 1983-84 

Commissioner Mills gave a report on the catastrophic insurance coverage 
the Board is providing for member schools He stated that most of the schools 
had submitted their participation lists and that partial payment had been sent 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1983 



AUGUST, 1983 



VOL. XLVI, NO. 1 



Published monthly, exceptJuneand July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October3, 1917, authorized May 
3, 1926, Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to; 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President-Charles Black (1980-1984) Barbourville, Vice 
President -Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) IVIonticello, 
Directors-John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead. Whaylon 
Coleman (1980-1984) Ov^/ensboro, Patrick L. Crawford 
(1982-1986) Louisville, Alvis Johnson (1980-1984) 
Harrodsburg, Robert Rogers (1981-1985) Barlow. Ray 
Story (1982-1986) Radcliff, Chester Turner (1983-1986) 
Fort Thomas, David Webb (1983-1986) Brownville, 
Conley Manning-State Department of Education 
Representative 

Subscription Rate $5.00 per year 



to Doug Ruedlmger He also stated that he has received a request from Doug 
Ruedlinger Co for the Board to endorse this plan with regard to junior high 
schools Doug Ruedlinger Co would contact the schools directly and would 
require no cost to the Board Members of the Board registered no objection to 
this request 

Commissioner Mills reported that the Board had appointed a committee 
as requested by the Delegate Assembly to study By-Law 3, Scholarship and 
By-Law 5. Sec 4, Preceding Quarter, Trimester or Semester Enrollment The 
committee recommended changes, the State Board of Education approved 
sending out the proposed changes to member schools and the vote for 
passage carried 1 89-1 7 These changes are now a part of the Constitution and 
By-Laws and have been included in the 1983-84 booklet 

Executive Commissioner Billy Wise informed the Board that a safety film. 
with emphasis on football, was available to any member school from the 
National Federation It was decided that a copy of the film should be 
purchased by the Association and made available to member schools through 
the University of Kentucky Film Library. 

Commissioner Mills presented a request from the Kentucky High School 
Coaches Association that the Board honor the coaches card at the State 
Football Play-offs orthattheK H S A A issue one complimentary pass to each 
superintendent and two complimentary passes to each principal of a member 
school to encourage attendance at the games Following a discussion on the 
request. Patrick Crawford movedthattheK H S A A issue one complimentary 
pass to each superintendent and two complimentary passes to each principal 
of a member school Eldon Davidson seconded the motion The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Following a discussion of a conflict with the finals of the 1983 football 
playoffs to be held on the same night as the recently scheduled University of 
Kentucky/University of Louisville basketball game. Bob Rogers moved that 
Class A. AA and AAA Finals be held in Louisville on Friday. November 25 and 
that Class AAAA Championship game be held at the same site on Saturday. 
November26at1 OOp m Whaylon Coleman seconded the motion. The motion 
carried unanimously 

Commissioner Mills had received letters from Kentucky Association of 
Pep Organization Sponsors, Kentucky GirlsSports Association and Kentucky 
High School Coaches Association stating their concern of the behavior of 
coaches during athletic events He presented a copy of a proposed Code of 
Ethics for coaches as developed by the Kentucky High School Coaches 
Association The Board went on record as supporting the efforts of these 
organizations 

Mr Mills presented a letter submitted by Mr Eldridge Rogers regarding 
the lack of Baseball Assigning Secretaries in Western Kentucky and his desire 
to form an association in the area After some discussion, it was suggested that 
this item be referred to the All-Sports Committee. 



Mr. Wise advised the Board that the Basketball Assigning Secretaries had 
met and copies of the minutes of this meeting had been mailed to them. 
Following a discussion on the request for an increase in officials' fees, it was 
suggested that the Basketball Committee through the Assigning Secretaries 
study the possibility of a flat rate being paid officials to take effect next year. 
Asst, Commissioner DeVries recommended that the State Volleyball 
Tournament be played in Northern Kentucky this year on October 28-29 due to 
the popularity of volleyball in that area. Ray Story moved that the State 
Volleyball Tournament be held at Northern Kentucky University in 1983. 
Chester Turner seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. 

After some discussion of sites for the 1984 State Swim Meet. Bob Rogers 
moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that the Meet be held at Eastern Kentucky 
University on February 24-25. 1984. The motion carried unanimously. 

Upon recommendation by Bngid DeVries, Whaylon Coleman moved, 
seconded by Ray Story, that the K.HSA.A. continue to purchase medals and 
trophies from Medalcraft and Riherds respectively for the 1983-84 school year. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Asst. Commissioner Stout distributed reorganization charts for Cross 
Country regions. After much discussion. David Webb made a motion that the 
Board accept the proposal of the Cross Country Committee to decrease the 
number of regions from eight to six for the 1983 season on the basis that the 
change be re-evaluated at the end of the year and any problems corrected. 
Patrick Crawford seconded the motion and it passed unanimously. 

Alvis Johnson moved, seconded by Whaylon Coleman, that the next 
meeting of the Board of Control be scheduled for Saturday, October 8, 1983, at 
the K.H.S.A.A. Office in Lexington. The motion carried. 

Patrick Crawford moved, seconded by Ray Story, that all bills of the 
Association for the period beginning April 1 , 1983, and ending June 30, 1983, 
be allowed. The motion carried unanimously. 

President Black appointed the following committees: 
Executive Commlltee — Charles Black. Chairman; Pat Crawford, Vice Chair., 

John Brock: Whaylon Coleman and Ray Story. 
Batlielball Committee — Ray Story, Chairman, Eldon Davidson, Vice Chair.; 

Charles Black. Bob Rogers and David Webb. 
Football Commlltee — Pat Crawford. Chairman: Whaylon Coleman, Vice 

Chair . John Brock, Alvis Johnson and Chester Turner. 
All-Sportt Committee — Alvis Johnson, Chairman; Bob Rogers. Vice Chair.; 

John Brock, Chester Turner and David Webb. 
East Eligibility Committee — John Brock, Chairman: Eldon Davidson, Vice 

Chair . Charles Black, Alvis Johnson and Chester Turner. 
West Eligibility Committee — Bob Rogers, Chairman; Ray Story, Vice Chair.; 
Whaylon Coleman: Pat Crawford and David Webb. 
There being no further business. Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Patrick 
Crawford, that the meeting be adjourned. The motion carried unanimously. 



1983 
SOCCER 
REGIONS 




East Jefferson 

Atherton 

Ballard 

Eastern 

Fern Creek 

Jeffersontown 

Ky. Country Day 

Oldham Co. 

St. Xavier 

Seneca 

Trinity 

Waggener 

Walden 

Noilhern Kentucky 

Beechwood 

Conner 

Cov. Catholic 

Cov. Holy Cross 

Cov. Latin 

Rowan County 

St. Henry 

Scott 

Scott Co. 

Trimble Co. 



West Jefferson 

Bishop David 

Central 

DeSales 

Doss 

Ft. Knox 

Iroquois 

Male 

Moore 

Ninth & O 

Pleasure Ridge Park 

St. Francis 

Lexington 

Berea 

Bryan Station 

Danville 

Henry Clay 

Lafayette 

Lexington Catholic 

M.M.I. 

Oneida Baptist 

Sayre 

Tates Creek 

Woodford Co. 

Western Kentucky 

Apollo Murray 

Daviess Co. Owensboro Catholic 

Henderson Co. Owensboro 

Madisonville - N.H. University Heights 

Marshall Co. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1983 



PAGE THREE 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
JULY 1, 1982 - JUNE 30, 19B3 

STATEMENT OF 
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 

(These figures have been certified and we have a report on file in 
our office.) 

RECEIPTS: 

Balance on hand - July 1 . 1 982 $46,551 .92 

Revenue from Member Schools 
Membership Fees 27,308.50 

Officials Fees 55,568.00 

Sale of Publications 1 ,956.42 

Advertising Fees 

Directory 1,200.00 

Magazine 2,100.00 

Other - Tournament Programs 32,465.00 

Earnings from Investments 26.680.54 

State Tournaments 

Boys' State Basketball 402,868.88 

Girls' State Basketball 53,344.41 

Baseball 2,658.00 

Cross Country 4,617.00 

Football 54,029,75 

Gymnastics 999.00 

Swimming 1,380.00 

Track 7,033.20 

Wrestling 10,392.00 

Other Tournament Receipts 

(Golf, Rifle, Softball, Tennis) 4,518.75 

Other Revenue Receipts 605,638.15 1,294,757.60 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $1 ,341 .309 52 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Salaries 

Commissioner 30,558.16 

Asst. Commissioners 67,197.16 

Clerks & Stenographers 35,790.87 

Legal Services 9,838.27 

Board of Control Per Diem 35,245.35 

Contractual Services 

Audit 1,200.00 

Film Rental 354.00 

Other 581 .04 

Other Expenses 951 .20 

CImics for Registered Officials 7,127.18 

Administrative Travel 11,129.68 

Postage 11,335.00 

Printing 48,043.58 

Purchase of Publications 19,647.64 

National Federation Dues 282.34 

Office Supplies 7,246.01 

Expenses for Conducting State Playoffs 

Baseball 7,316.29 

Basketball - Boys 638.90 

Basketball - Girls 745.25 

Cross Country 11 .908.03 

Fencing 722,21 

Football 31 ,878.52 

Golf 8,924.25 

Gymnastics 3,682.29 

Rifle Marksmanship 828.31 

Soccer 303.70 

Swimming 7,953.43 

Tennis 12,916.91 

Track 43,737.32 

Volleyball 4,785.90 

Wrestling 10,255.93 

Other (Softball) 11,136.72 

Total for Administration $444,261.44 

Operation of Plant; 

Custodial Salary 2,557.58 



Utilities 10,686.84 

Telephone & Telegraph 8,253.21 

Custodial Supplies 1 ,547.41 

Maintenance of Plant/Contractual Services 

Building and Grounds 7,501 ,94 

Equipment 2,216,42 

Other 7,282,49 

Replacement of Equipment 3,798,58 

Total for Operation of Plant 43,844.47 

Fixed Charges: 

Contributions 

Social Security 6,714 08 

Teachers' Retirement 25,366.20 

Athletic Directors Assn 300.00 

Ky. Unemployment Insurance Fund .. 1,457.92 

Ky. Sales Tax 584.66 

Other (FIT, State, City w/h) 44,237.62 

Insurance Premiums 

Property 1 ,359.50 

Employees Insurance 11,684.50 

Catastrophic Insurance 18,350.00 

Liability Insurance - Bd. of Cont. /Staff 23,956.00 
Liability Insurance - Reg. Officials . . . 2,602.00 
Other 3,795,69 

Contingencies 620,310,47 



Total for Fixed Charges 760,71864 

Total for Current Expenses 1 ,248,824.55 

Capital Outlay: 
Equipment 50,459.28 

GRAND TOTAL EXPENDITURES —$1,299,283.83 

Balance on hand - June 30, 1983 $42,025 69 

BANK RECONCILEMENT: 

Balance per bank statement June 30, 1983 $47,307.95 

Less Outstanding Checks: 

No. 1082 170 00 

No. 1104 132 00 

No. 1158 1 13.34 

No, 1213 33,00 

No, 1292 40,00 

No. 1311 31.00 

No. 1342 50.00 

No. 1357 10.00 

No. 1367 15.00 

No. 1373 10.00 

No, 1383 25,00 

No, 1411 114,00 

No. 1412 25 00 

No. 1431 20.00 

No, 1458 59,64 

No. 1463 108 00 

No. 1464 48 00 

No. 1467 42,40 

No. 1491 47,00 

No, 1497 147,00 

No, 1522 20,40 

No, 1524 42,00 

No 1525 32 80 

No, 1540 159,60 

No 1545 109,00 

No, 1549 137.60 

No, 1562 42,40 

No, 1564 142,40 

No, 1571 43,20 

No, 1573 40,80 

No, 1579 60,60 

No, 1586 196,80 

No, 1617 128,35 

No, 1619 22,00 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1983 



No, 1620 560.95 

No, 1682 8.00 

No, 1716 277.00 

No. 1718 135.00 

No. 1726 75.60 

No. 1 732 40.56 

No. 1745 30.00 

No. 1747 224.00 

No. 1764 586.41 

No. 1765 300.00 

No. 1779 25.20 

No. 1781 191.72 

No. 1782 37.30 

No. 1783 32.00 

No 1784 23.80 

No. 1785 54.00 

No. 1786 2.76 

No. 1787 167.50 

No. 1789 92.13 5.282.26 

True Bank Balance - June 30, 1983 $42,025.69 



1982-83 K.H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT TRUST FUND 
RECEIPTS: 

Balance/checking account July 1, 1982 $18,820 49 

Interest from Certificate of Deposit 6,947.45 

Total Receipts 25,767.94 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Retirement Payments 3,065 88 

Certificate of Deposit 20.000 00 

Total Disbursements 23,065.88 



Balance/checking account June 30, 1982 $2,702.06 



19B3 BOYS' STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

RECEIPTS: 

Balance/Checking account July 1, 1982 $.60 

Ticket Sales 539,473.05 

Postage 934.50 

Broadcasting Permits 11,430.00 

Program Sales 12,035.00 

Transfer from Girls' Account 8,000.00 

Refunds 3,426.00 

Total Receipts $575,299. 1 5 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing 15,326.26 

Trophies & Awards 1 ,233.56 

Refunds 352.00 

Incidental Expenses - Teams 14,000.00 

Transportation 6,037.50 

Lodging 12.633.19 

Contract - Sale of programs 1.816.50 

Meals 17,954.95 

Coliseum Rental & Additional Fees ... 41,888.14 

Officials' Fees & Expenses 5,328.60 

Scorers & Timers 1,722.86 

Ticket Sellers, Takers & Guards 639.00 

Public Address Announcers 689.50 

Shot Chart Keepers & Statisticians 1,814.90 

Ushers 10,953.38 

Towel Service 543.00 



Films 245.05 

Supplies 13.05 

Hon. & Expenses - Asst. Tour. Mgrs. . . . 3,053.75 

Municipal Tax 26,989.25 

Hospitality Room Expenses 309.73 

First Aid Expenses 871.50 

Miscellaneous Expenses 343.60 

Transfer to Girls' Basketball Tourn. Acct, 8,000.00 
Transfer to General Account as Tourn. Receipts . . 

True Bank Balance - June 30, 1983 



172,640.27 
402,658.88 



$0.00 



1983 GIRLS' STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

RECEIPTS: 

Balance/Checking account July, 1982 $0.00 

Ticket Sales 120,668.00 

Postage 201 .00 

Transferred/Boys Basketball Account . . 8.000.00 

Broadcasting Fees 1,750.00 

Program Sales 2.910.00 133,529.00 

Total Receipts 133,529.00 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing 5,480.00 

Trophies 1,109.60 

Incidental Expenses - Teams 14,000.00 

Transportation 6,455.50 

Lodging 9,883.10 

Meals 17,861.80 

Coliseum Rental & Additional Fees .... 3,933.53 

Officials' Fees & Expenses 3,737.37 

Scorers & Timers 889.06 

Ticket Sellers. Takers & Guards 6,273.87 

Public Address Announcers 539.65 

Towel Service 167.50 

Films 255.05 

Hon, & Expenses - Asst, Tourn, Mgrs. .. 1,591.23 

Miscellaneous Expenses 7.33 

Transfer - Boys Basketball Tourn. Acct. 8,000.00 



Transfer of Funds - Amount Transferred to 
K.H.S.A.A. as Tournament Receipts 



80,184.59 



53.344.41 



Balance per bank statement - June 30, 1 983 1 ,222.04 

Less Outstanding Checks: 

No. 1115 1,022.04 

No. 1155 200.00 1.222.04 

True Bank Balance - June 30. 1983 $0.00 



K.H.S.A.A. ASSETS 
1982-83 

Cash Balance - 1st Security National Bank $42,025.69 

Money Market Investment Account 637,309.23 

Total Funds on Hand - June 30, 1983 679,334.92 

Estimated Value of K.H.S.A.A. BIdg. & Equipment . . 558,446.91 

Total K.H.S.A.A. Assets $1,237,781.83 

K HSAA, Retirement Trust Fund Assets: 

Cash Balance - 1st Security National Bank $2,702,06 

Certificate of Deposit - 1st Security National Bank . . . 95,000.00 
Total Retirement Trust Fund Assets $97,702.06 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1983 



PAGE FIVE 



OWENSBORO HIGH SCHOOL 
K.H.S.A.A. Baseball Champion - 1983 




Team Members: David Johnson, Brad Loucks, Jeff Belcher, Wes Roberts, Eric Loucks, Kevin 
Vaught, Randy Henderson, Ricky Harper, Bryan Smith, Mike Hill, Jeff Humphrey, Phil Mundy, 
Stan Silvert, Ken Willis, Kurt Anderson, Steve Kingsley, Junior Haney, James Johnson, Nick 
Cesser, Brent Gates, James Barnett. Coach: Eugene Van Hoose. 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL STATE BASEBALL TOURNAMENT 

Madison Central 5 

Owensboro 4 



Owensboro 6 



Rowan County 6 




Trinity 8 




Trinity 2 




Somerset, Kentucky 
May 27-28, 1983 



Owensboro 



Tournament Officials 

Bill East-Hopkinsville 

Micheal Foulks-Highland Heights 

Burney Jenkins-Georgetown 

Eldridge Rogers-Hopkinsville 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST 1983 



Male High School 
K.H.S.A.A. Soccer Champion-1983 




From R ow (L to R): David Weaver, David Porter, Darren Insko, John O'Hara, Ken Howlett, Aaron Baumgardner, 
Johnny Farmer. Second Row: Landen Summay, Mike Donnelly, Brad Tullock, Chuck Hall, Tom Baunach, Mike 
Clevenger, Tony Gore. Third Row: John Wilson, Lee Walker, Doug Dibble, Derrick Morgan, Ben Pope, Pat 
Watklns, Chris McCandless. Fourth Row: Jerry Fife, Ken Blair, Paul Fredrick, Chapin Collins, Jay Stottman. 
Back Row: Mgr. Cheryl Sinclair, Ken Demaree, Coach Tony Gully. Kent Powell, Mgr. Karen Harrell. 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL STATE SOCCER TOURNAMENT 

Louisville, Kentucky 

May 23-28, 1983 





Eastern 


Covington Catholic 4 


Covington Catholic 2 


Covington Catholic 2 






Covington Catholic 1 








Fern Creek 


Ballard 1 








Covington Cattiollc 3 


Ballard 6 




Waggener 




Tales Creek 1 








Ballard 2 


Oldham Co. 2 










Covington Latin 




Oldham Co. 6 




Covington Latin 3 










Male 3 




Trimble County 3 




Jellersontown 2 




Scott 




Tales Creek 1 








Jelfersonlown 2 


Tales Creek 3 










Male 2 










St. Francis 










Male 5 




BYE 




Seneca 1 


Male 




Seneca 










Male 10 








Woodford Co. 1 


Doss 2 










Doss 7 




Iroquois 3 




Atherton 1 








D058 4 


Moore 5 










Walden 








Danville 


1 Walden 4 




















Dixie Heights 2 




Dixie Heights 7 




Atherton 2 




Pleasure Ridge Pk. 1 




Atherton 4 








Atherton 










BYE 


Lalayelle 3 

























THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1983 



PAGE SEVEN 



1983 KHSAA STATE SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT 

Woodford County High School 

May 19-24, 1983 



BYE 


Pleasure 






Mercy 7 








Ridge 1 








Pleasure Ridge 




4 


Assumption 7 




Assumption 9 










Owenboro 


Assumption 




Catholic 










Jacltson Co. 2 






Marshall Co. 3 






Mercy 4 








Marshall Co. 


6 






Marshall Co. 22 






Marshall 
Co. 10 




BYE 


Simon 










Kenton 




Simon Kenton 










Henry Clay 10 










Marshall Co. 7 


Lady of 
Providence 3 






Henry Clay 









North Bullitt 2 






Mercy 5 




Mercy 5 












Mercy 6 




Clinton Co. 3 










Scott 20 












Mercy 




Scott High 












PIkeville 2 




9 


Lady ol 
Providence 2 




Our Lady of 
Providence 


Our Lady of 










Providence 




BYE 










North Bullitt 3 


Pleasure 
Ridge 11 




Lady ot 
Providence 26 




Lady of 
Providence 8 






Pleasure 


Simon 
Kenton 9 


Lady of 
Providence 3 









Ridge 4 






Clinton Co. 










Clinton Co. 5 






Simon 






PIkeville 5 








Simon 
Kenton 6 




Kenton 7 




"' 








Owensboro 
Catholic 2 




Owensboro 


Assumption 4 






Scott High 3 


Assumption 2 




Henry Clay 





Catholic 1 










Jackson Co. 














Scott High 




Scott High 11 











PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1983 



Sara Rowan 
Dawn Brohman 



Sacred Heart 



Becky Eckler 
Becky Dietrich 



Sue Jotinson 
Patsy Elliott 



Apollo 



Beck/Maggert Fort Knox 
Corrlgan/DIOrlo Mercy 



Vera Williams 
AngI Criflln 



Alice Doyle 
Annette Greene 



Montgomery Co. 



Lisa Anneken 
Lisa Whalen 



Wendy Anderson 
Virginia Pepplalt 



Sayre 



Patricia Mahon ^^^„aenon Co. 
Sue Anne Bird 



Denlse Malzger 
Marina Hayden " 



Donna Inghram 
Summer Hill 



Anna Abang Ellzabetlitown 
Debbie Strlckler 



Jody Blake Bowling Green 

Stephanie KIrtley 



Dana Shannon . 
Rhonda Hooper 



Jenny Fritz 
Shannon Haines 



Christian Co. 



Kim Passmore Caverna 
Gretchen Branstetter 



Donna Elsen 
Kelly McCune 



Central 



Jill McLoney gcotl Co. 

Samaniha Lusby 



Twenty-Fourth Annual Kentucky High School 

Girls Doubles Tennis Tournament 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky 

May 26-28, 1983 

Sacred Heaii 
7-5 6-2 



Fort Knox 
6-1 6-0 



Sacred Heart 
6-4 6-2 



Scott Co. 

6-4 3-6 7-6 (7-4) 



Sayre 
6-3 6-3 



Sayre 
6-2 6-1 



SEEDED PLAYERS 
Tates Creek 
Sacred Heart 
Sayre 

Henderson Co. 
Paul Blazer 



Sacred Heart 
6-4 6-2 



Henderson Co. 
6-3 2-6 6-2 



Western 

6-3 5-7 6-2 



Henderson Co. 
6-2 6-1 



Lone Oak 
6-0 6-4 



Christian Co. 

4-6 6-4 7-6 (7-4) 



Christian Co. 
6-1 4-6 7-5 



Henderson Co. 
6-2 6-1 



Henderson Co. 
6-1 6-1 



Central 

7-6 (7-1) 7-6 (7-5) 



Jennifer Rogers Q^^„„g q^^„ 

Ann Moore Pau| Blazer 



Dustin Meek 
Stephanie Fulton 



Paul Blazer 
6-0 6-1 



Virginia Rowlett 
Sandy Sutton 



Emma Webb 
Kim Sohm 



Western 



Model 
6-1 6-1 



Beth Shaffer 
Amy Wilson 



St. Camillas 



Holly Parrlsh 
Louise Ward 



Sayre 



Sayre 
6-0 6-0 



Sayre 
6-0 6-3 



Sayre 
6-0 6-3 



Ruth Hemmer 
Krista McPherson 



Notre Dame 



Carol Medley 
Debbie Wilson 



Ellzabethtown 



Elizabethtown 
6-2 6-3 



Patton Stephens 

Beth Reynolds Mo"t90"iery Co. ^^^^^^ 



Mary Elliott 
Mary Rogers 



Apollo 



Apollo 

1-6 3-6 6-0 



Karen Minlhan 



Sacred Heart 



Nemllyn Bucayu 


Sacred Heart 
6-0 6-3 




Dawn Alexander 

Leigh Ann Akin Lone Oak 




Tates Creek 
6-2 6-2 


Tates Creek 




6-3 6-1 


o. .\Z \u Oldham Co. 
Cindy Cheatham 




Kim Lehman 




Beverly Roberts T"'" ^reek 







Tates Creek 
6-0 6-1 



Tates Creek 

6-3 4-6 8-7 (10-8) 



Tates Creek 
6-4 6-4 



Roberts 
Lehman 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1983 



PAGE NINE 



Twenty-Fourth Annual Kentucky High School 

Girls Singles Tennis Tournament 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky 

May 26-28, 1983 



Janey Strause - Ballard 


Strause 
6-0 6-0 


Strause 
6-0 6-1 


Strause 
6-2 6-2 


SEEDED PLAYERS 




Janey Strause - Ballard 


Gerl Caiildy - Sacred Heart 


Hayden 

5-7 6-2 6-3 








Laura Hesselbrock - Montgomery Co 


Thelen 

6-0 3-6 6-2 


Kris Dickens - Campbell Co. 




Tonya Wells - Madlsonvllle-NH 


Anna Hayden - St. Camlllus 


Murray 
6-0 6-0 


Michelle O'Bryan - Sacred Heart 
Lee Ann Murray - Bowling Green 




Lee Ann Murray - Bowling Green 


DIcken 

2-6 6-1 6-4 








Stiarl Myers - Central 


Thelen 
6-1 6-3 








Monica Ttielen - Notre Dame 


Archer 
6-0 6-0 








Catliy Tliweatt - Lone Oak 


Archer 
6-1 6-1 


Strause 




6-7 6-1 6-1 (5-7) 




Beckwttti Archer - Sayre 


Sloane 

2-6 6-3 7-6 (9-7) 








Cattierlne Prattler - Scott Co. 


Layton 
6-2 6-0 








Alice Layton - Garrard Co. 


DIcken 
6-0 6-0 








Susan Sams - Western 


Olcken 
6-0 6-2 








Kris DIcken - Campbell Co. 


Kuhlman 
6-0 6-0 








TerrI Stanlleld - Ellzabettitown 


Ramey 
6-0 6-0 








Laura Ramey - Apollo 


Wells 
6-1 6-3 








Donna Norman - Nlntti & 


Patton 
6-1 6-2 


Susan Sloane - Sayre 




6-2 6-4 


Evonne Marcum - Western 








KIrslen Patton - Scott Co. 


Wells 
6-1 6-1 








Shannon Craig • Apollo 


Kuhlman 
6-0 6-0 








Tonya Wells - Madlsonvllle-NH 


Edwards 
6-2 6-3 








Stephanie Coulter - Bowling Green 


Sloane 
6-1 6-1 








Stephanie Edwards - Lone Oak 


Kuhlman 
6-0 6-0 








Melanle Kelly - Murray 


O'Bryan 
6-0 6-0 








Caroline Kuhlman - Notre Dame 


Hawkins 
6-0 6-2 




Vicky Hawkins - Ellzabethtown 












Angle McCowan - St. Camlllus 


O'Bryan 
6-1 6-1 








Teresa Boyatt - Central 


Sloane 
6-0 6-1 








Michelle O'Bryan - Sacred Heart 


Moore 
6-4 6-2 








Stacey Green - Collegiate 










NIccI Moore - Montgomery Co. 


Sloane 








BYE 










Susan Sloane - Sayre 







PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1983 



Fiftieth Annual Kentucky High School 

Boys Doubles Tennis Tournament 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky 

May 26-28, 1983 



Ed Ballelien 


Central 


Central 
6-3 6-1 


Central 
6-2 6-4 


SEEDED PLAYERS 
Central - Daubard/Ballelsen 


BYE 


Henry Clay - Lange/Gordon 


Doss 
6-2 6-2 


St. Xavler (1) - Haugh/Grelve 
Ballard (1)-Cyran/Ewlng 
Ballard (2) - Shawkat/Weiss 




Gerald Slanllll 


Henry Clay 
4-6 6-3 6-2 


John Patrick ^^.^ bounty 
David Thompson 


St. Xavler (2) - Sturgeon/Ozler 


Henderson Co. 
6-0 6-1 


Apollo - Mayes/Rascoe 


Keith Mayes . „ 
DanRaacoe *P°"° 




St. Xavler 
6-3 6-4 




Jim Wilton 




„„, „ Henderson Co. 
Billy Young 


Henry Clay 
6-1 6-1 








Boone Co. 
Rick DIeU 


St. Xavler 
6-1 6-1 




Whitney Page 




Chad Kelly "»"'> '=">' 


St. Xavler 
6-1 6-2 


Central 


°" "'"«•" St Xa«ler 
John Grelve ®'- ""'" 


6-1 6-7 (5-7) 6-4 




Murray 

6-3 6-7 (5-7) 6-4 




BUI Hatchett 




oiii naiEneii Harrodsburg 
Tom Morris 


Taylor Co. 
6-4 6-3 




John Miller ^ i r- 




Robbie Kosld 


Ballard 
6-3 6-2 




Mark Asay _ „„ _ 




Da.ld Alexander ^•"" ^°- 


Ballard 
6-0 6-2 




Omar Shawkat ^ ,, . 




Gaylen Weiss 


Murray 

6-1 3-6 6-2 




Keith Donnelly „ 
DavldKemp "«"""»"le 




Marshall Co. 
6-2 6-1 




Richard Henderson „ ^ .. _ 




Mike Adams Marshall Co. 


Ballard 
6-0 7-5 




Ste,eHymer g^^„ ^.^ 
Jeff McMlllln 




Scott Co. 
3-6 6-0 6-1 


Central 


Steve Clark ^^^^ ^^ 
Steve Suttles 


6-3 6-0 


Daubard 


Bobby Lush __ .. _ 


Ballelsen 


Brian Mallory 


Ballard 

7-6 (7-5) 6-4 




John Hoffman .. ^ 
warren Watson H'""*™"" 




Murray 
6-0 6-0 




Tom Cyran 




Chris Ewing ^'"""^ 


Taylor Co. 
6-1 6-1 








. ^ ^ _ Taylor Co. 
John Bertram 


Henry Clay 
6-3 6-4 




Greg Quigglns 
John Seltz "o" 




Murray 
(Det) 




Team #2 




Team #2 """"•»" ^o- 


St. Xavler 
6-1 6-2 




Robert Stout 




Shawn Parker 


Montgomery Co. 
6-0 6-1 




Hart Moore ^ 




Mllward Dedman """"'•""'fl 






Graham Priest .. 




Chip Haskell M<'"'90'"enr Co. 


St. Xavler 
6-1 6-3 




Louis Klein 

Richard Esterilng •""""""^ 




Henry Clay 
6-1 7-6 (7-5) 




Tim Sturgeon 

Brian Ozler ®'- "'"'*' 




Boone Co. 
6-4 6-0 




Andrew Green . 




„ , „ . ^ Boone County 
Mark McAndrews 






Donny Boemker 




Tony Phlpps *"'"" 


Henry Clay 








BYE 






Kel Lange _, 




Norman Gordon 







THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1983 



Andrew Vsrga - St. Xiv)«r 



Chuck Jody - Cort>ln 



Gl«n Conycri - Balh Co. 



R»i Ecarms - Dots 



ScoU Draud - Highlands 



Frad Schwan - North Hardin 



Troy Young - Taylor Co. 



Scott Hill - Handarson Co. 



Tony Farnum - Marahalt Co. 



Roaa Burgin - Harrodaburg 



Doug Landlrlad - 8oon« Co. 



Troy Go9ra - Ballard 



Jimmy Danlal - Paul Blazer 



Rob Ziegler - Beachwood 



Shawn Slovall • Russellvllle 



Brett Caller - Henry Clay 



David Showaller - Scott Co. 



Darryl Grlmas • Balh Co. 



Bob Baughman - Harrodaburg 



Rocky Maaon - Henry Clay 



Kalth Dunn • Boone Co. 



Todd Ariarburn ■ Male 



Roland Lulz - Henderson Co. 



Slave Carroll - Tatet Creek 



Jett Moa - Ballard 



Billy J. Bunon - Russellvllle 



Tim Anikowlak ■ St. Xavler 



Steve Barber - Ooss 



Brett Franklin • Butler 



Jonathan Yaagle ■ Davlesi Co. 



Vic Adams - Marshall Co. 



Nathan Ration - Scot! Co. 



Jaaon Ford - Taylor Co. 



Charlea Backman - Trinity 



Conyars 



Jamie McAlllslar - Grayson Co. 



Burgin 



Zlagler 
6-0 6-0 



Caller 
6-1 6-3 



Baughman 
6-1 6-3 



1 b-i 

Nathan Rowlon - Paducah Tllghman r 

Mark Turner - Bowling Green 



Mason 
6-0 6-1 



Turner 
6-0 6-1 



Fiftieth Annual Kentucicy High School 

Boys Singles Tennis Tournament 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky 

May 26-28, 1983 



Varga 
6-2 6-0 



Conyers 
6-3 6-1 



Ecarma 
6-3 7-5 



Schwan 
6-2 6-1 



Hill 

6-0 6-0 



Landfreld 
Def. 



Goers 
6-3 6-1 



Zlagler 
6-3 6-2 



Mason 
6-0 6-0 



Ariarburn 
7-5 6-2 



Lulz 

7-5 1-6 6-0 



Burton 
6-1 6-2 



Anikowlak 
6-0 6-1 



Yeagle 

7-6 (7-4) 6-3 



Adams 
6-2 6-1 



Beckman 
6-1 6-0 



Varga 
6-1 6-0 



Ecarma 
6-1 6-2 



Varga 
6-3 6-2 



Hill 

6-1 6-0 



Zlegter 
7-5 6-2 



Hill 

6-4 7-5 



Arterburn 
6-1 6-3 



Burton 

6-2 3-6 6-2 



Ariarburn 
6-1 6-3 



Yeagle 
6-4 6-2 



Beckman 
6-0 6-0 



Beckman 
6-2 6-0 



PAGE ELEVEN 



Hill 

7-5 7-5 



SEEDED PLAYERS 

Charles Backman - Trinity 
Andrew Varga - St. Xavler 
Billy J. Burton - Rusaallvllla 
Scott Hill - Handaraon Co. 
Todd Ariarburn - Male 
Troy Goara - Ballard 
Jonathan Yaagle • Oavlasa Co. 
Rai Ecarma - Doaa 
Rob Ziegler - Beachwood 
Rocky Mason - Henry Clay 



Beckman 

6-1 7-6 (7-4) 



Charles Backman 
7-6 (8-6) 6-3 



PAGE TWELVE 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1983 



Girls 



A 



TEAM RESULTS 

1983 State Tennis 
Championships 

Boys 



Say re 15 

Sacred Heart 9 

Henderson Co 6 

Notre Dame 5 

Scott Co 4 

Tales Creek 4 

Lone Oak 4 

Elizabethtown 4 

Ballard 4 

Apollo 4 

Western 3 

Paul Blazer 3 

Fort Knox 3 

Ctiristian Co 3 

Central 3 

Campbell Co 3 

Model 3 

Madisonville-NH 2 

Bowling Green 1 

Garrard Co 1 

Montgomery Co 1 

St. Camillus 1 

Caverna 

Collegiate 

Mercy 

Murray 

Ninth &0 

Oldtiam Co 



St. Xavier 11 

Henderson Co 8 

Henry Clay 8 

Ballard 6 

Trinity 6 

Central 5 

Doss 4 

Male 4 

Murray 4 

Beechwood 3 

Boone Co 3 

Daviess Co 3 

Marshall Co 3 

Russellville 3 

North Hardin 2 

Taylor Co 2 

Bowling Green 1 

Harrodsburg 1 

Montgomery Co 1 

Scott Co 1 

Apollo 

Bath Co 

Butler 

Corbin 

Estill Co 

Grayson Co 

Highlands 

Paducah Tiighman 

Paul Blazer 

Tates Creek 



BASKETBALL ASSIGNING 
SECRETARIES 1983-84 

Jim Henley, Route 1, Bardwell 42023, (Res.) 502/628- 
3536, (Bus.) 502/628-5476; Bill Burton, P.O. Box 217, 
Eddyville 42038, (Res.) 502/388-9980, (Bus.) 502/388- 
7248; Jerry Kimmel, Box 86, Beechmont 42323, (Res.) 
502/476-2656; Dr. William Meadors, Box 307, Windsor 
Circle, Bowling Green 42101, (Res.) 502/842-4141, (Bus.) 
502/745-3347; Howard Gardner, 810 McCullum Avenue, 
Elizabethtown 42701 , (Res.) 502/765-6273; Pete Mattingly, 
1514 Cardinal Drive, Louisville 40213, 502/459-5793, 
(Bus.) 502/458-2129; Carol Funk, 883 Parkway Drive, 
Louisville 40217, (Res.) 502/637-7893, (Bus.) 502/581- 
3719; Roy Winchester, Bethlehem 40007, (Res.) 502/845- 
5040; Bob Miller, 197 Holiday Lane, Fort Thomas 41075, 
(Res.) 606/441-5885, (Bus.) 606/292-3064; Howard 
Rogers, 17 Maryland Avenue, Winchester 40391, (Res.) 
606/744-1785, (Bus.) 606/293-3065; Bobby Flynn, 428 
McKenna Court, Lexington 40505, (Res.) 606/299-5902, 
(Bus.) 502/223-2880; Charles E. Hall, Route 2, Winterhawk, 
Danville 40422, (Res.) 606/236-8811, (Bus.) 606/236-2604; 
Ray Canady, Box 244, Barbourville 40906, (Res.) 606/546- 
4765, (Bus.) 606/546-4175; Don Stacy, Route 1, Box 835, 
Hazard 41701, (Res.) 606/429-4605, (Bus.) 606/426-3632 
or 3522 or 2332; Paul Dotson, Box 83, Belfry 41514, 
(Res.) 606/631-1841, (Bus.) 606/353-7230 or 353-7239; 
Bobby F. Crager, 1703 Mary Ellen Drive, Flatwoods41139, 
(Res.) 606/836-6069, (Bus.) 606/836-8186. 



§[p[l©D^^ 0«(o)irD©[l© I 

PART II EXAMS FOR FOOTBALL, SOCCER 
AND VOLLEYBALL— SEPTEMBER 12 

The Part II examination must be taken under supervision. 
It will be given by the local assigning secretary and/or the 
KHSAA Office in Lexington, or other sites as designated 
by the KHSAA. Any exception to the above must be 
cleared with the Commissioner. 

Mike Embry Is working on a history of the state high school 
basketball tournament. He would appreciate any personal 
recollections, newspaper clippings, photographs, etc. The 
Information will be returned or. It permitted, donated to the KHSAA 
files at the Eastern Kentucky University archives. Please send 
materials to: Mike Embry, 1000 Heltman Drive, Spring Valley, NY 
10977. 

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Section E is a list of advanced equipment that is 
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A, Basic Athletic Training/First Aid Equipment 

1, Ammonia Caps 

2. Analgesic Balm 

3 Antiseptic Cleaner (Hydrogen peroxide) 

4. Antiseptic Ointment 

5. Attiletic Tape (Various sizes) 
6 Bandaids (Various sizes) 

7. Chemical Ice Bag (if Ice not available) 

8. Elastic Bandages 

9. Eye Wash 

10. Gauze Bandage (Kling-Kerlex) 

1 1 . Gauze Pads (4x4 or 3x3) 

12. Kit to put the equipment Into 

13. Mirror and Contact Solution 

14. Penllght 

15. Scissors 

16. Screwdriver (to remove face mask) 

17. Tape Adherant 

B, Splinting/Transportation Equipment 

1. Air Splints (full set) 

2. Crutches 

3. Stretcher 

C, Communication 

1, Access to a v^orking telephone 

a. Phone viith an outside line (not turned off »/hen switch 
board closes) 

b. Necessary keys to enable you to get to the phone 

c. Change to use In a pay phone, If necessary 

2. List of emergency telephone numbers 

a. Ambulance/Rescue Squad 

b. Team physician 

c. Hospital 

D, Miscellaneous: 

1. Availability to Ice for Injuries and fluid replacement 

2, Health forms containing: parental permission for treatment, 
parent or guardian address and phone number, important 
medical Information, ie: allergies, special medical conditions 

3- Water containers and cups tor drinks 

E Optional Equipment (should be available It qualified personnel 
are present) 

1, Airway 

2, Backboard (with straps) 

3, Bite Stick 

4 Blood pressure cuff 
5, Oxygen 

6 Scoop Stretcher 

7. Stethoscope 

8. Tongue forceps/Jaw Spreader 



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NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 
ACTIVITIES WEEK 

OCTOBER 16-23, 1983 

Member Of National Federation of State High School Associations 



Official Organ of the 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



SEPT. 1983 



JOINT RESOLUTION 

Designating "National High School Activities Week." 



WHEREAS more than half of the students in this Nation's senior high 
schools are involved in at least one extracurricular activity; 

WHEREAS this other half of education plays a significant role in the 
total educational development of high school students; 

WHEREAS participation in activities such as athletics, speech, music, 
debate, drama, and others generally leads to positive development 
for all and often leads to superior achievement; 

WHEREAS participation and achievement in those areas often con- 
tributes to Increased interest and performance in strictly academic 
areas; 

WHEREAS both academic and extracurricular achievement contribute 
greatly to the social development and interaction of all high school 
students; 

WHEREAS that development directly benefits local communities by 
channeling young people's interest and talents into positive efforts, 
and by instilling in them an early sense of civic duty and community 
pride; 

WHEREAS former President Gerald R. Ford has agreed to act as 
honorary national chairman of the effort to recognize the important 
role of extracurricular activities in this Nation's high schools: Now 
therefore, be it 

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the 
United States of America in Congress assembled. That the 
President should designate "National High School Activities Week" 
(October 16-23, 1983), in recognition of the valuable contribution 
that such programs make in developing the interests and talents of 
young people at the community level. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of thie 
Kentuclcy Higti Sctiool Athiletic Association 



VOL. XLV— N0.2 



September, 1983 



$5.00 



Officers Elected for 
K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control 

by Randy Mills 




Charles Black 




Eldon Davidson 



Charles Black, Knox Central High School Principal, 
and Eldon Davidson, Monticello High School Principal, 
were recently elected President and Vice-President, 
respectively, of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association's Board of Control. 

Black, who represents regions 13 and 14 on the Board 
of Control, stated that, "I am very appreciative of the 
confidence placed in me by my colleagues. I feel it a 
distinct honor to be President of the K.H SA A." 

The Knox Central principal is no stranger to either 
athletics or education. After high school graduation from 
Gulf Coast Military Academy. Black chose to continue his 
education at Union College He received his under- 
graduate degree in math and also earned his Masters 
Degree from Union. He furthered his education by 
attaining his Rank I degree and administrative certificate 
from Eastern Kentucky University. 

Black accepted his first position as a football coach 
and math teacher at Lynn Camp High School, but was only 
able to remain there a semester before being recalled to 
active duty in the Korean War. 

In 1952, Black was hired by Knox Central High School 
as a math teacher, football, basketball and track coach Of 
his years in coaching. Black recalls that the highlight of his 
career came on the football field in 1959, His Knox Central 
ball club defeated Lynch that year in a game which 
snapped a lengthy Lynch win streak. Lynch regrouped to 
win the 1959 State Class A Championship. 

In 1973, Black was named to his current position at 
Knox Central High School. He has had the opportunity to 
observe athletics from a coaching standpoint as well as an 
administrative standpoint, and commented that "The most 
important part athletics can play is as a cohesive force. 
Everyone can relate to sports in one way or another and it 
is a positive influence on the student body " 

Black and his wife, Barbara, have three children — 
Susan, 29, Charles, Jr., 27, and Scott. 19. 

In conclusion, Black asserted that he feels that sports 
is a great preparation for life. "The athletic field," began 
Black, "is a great equalizer. It doesn't matter how rich you 
are, each athlete must make it on his own. Through 
athletics, a young person learns many valuable lessons," 

The honor of being elected as vice-president of the 
KH.S.A.A. is one which Eldon Davidson holds in high 
regard. "The honor of being elected." says Davidson, "is 
one of the most rewarding experiences of my professional 
life. I look at it as being that good." 

Davidson, like Black, most certainly has been good for 
education in the State of Kentucky. Davidson graduated 
from Hindman High School, spent three years in the Navy, 
and then enrolled at Morehead State University, At 
Morehead. he acquired his B.S. and M.A. degrees. He 
studied additionally at Eastern Kentucky University and 
Murray State University before receiving his Rank I degree 
from Western Kentucky University. 

After teaching biology and science at Wheelwright, 
Cordia and Hindman High Schools, Davidson accepted 
his first principalship at Jenkins High School. After a four- 



year stint at Jenkins, he was named principal of Monticello • 
High School in 1965, the position which he still holds, 

Davidson, who represents regions 11 and 12 on the 
Board of Control, likes the new, stiffer educational 
requirements for athletes, "I think," states Davidson, "that 
athletics do have a place. But we should renew our efforts 
to make sure people understand that athletics is extra- 
curricular only and that it should take second place to 
academic efforts " 

He feels that although athletics unite student bodies 
and communities, athletics should not be the mam goal of 
education He adds that "Kentucky has about as much of 
good from both ends as you can get ' 

Davidson and his wife, Betty, also havethreechildren. 
Their oldest is Karen March, 24, followed by John Walter. 
22, and Richie Lando. 15 

Concerning the Board of Control, Davidson 
concluded that "I am honored to be associated with ten of 
the best men in the state. They areall very honestand their 
decisions represent sincere and heart-felt feelings," 



:m 



"KENTUCKY 

ATHLETIC 

DIRECTIONS 



A "Tip of the Hat" 
to two recent retirees: 

ANDY HOPKINS recently retired as Director of 
Athletics of the Fayette County School System, a post he 
held for the past 14 years, Andy has been actively involved 
in high school athletics for 32 years; the last 23 years in 
Kentucky, The Portsmouth, Ohio native moved from the 
coaching ranks at Henry Clay High School to Assistant 
Principal and finally to the Central Office of the Fayette 
County Schools as Director of Athletics in July of 1969, 

Andy had been instrumental in the formation of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Director's Association and 
served as its President for two years. He has served on 
several NIAAA committees and has been a true leader 
in Kentucky High School athletics, 

GENE MINTON recently retired as Athletic Director of 
Atherton High School in Louisville: a post he held for 11 
years. Gene has been actively involved in high school 
athletics for the past 24 years. An Evansville, Indiana 
native. Gene has served as the manager of the State 
Wrestling Championship the last 11 years as well as the 
State Soccer Championship the past 3 years. 

Gene was the first President of the Jefferson County 
Athletic Director's Association, the first such group in 
Kentucky to be formed. He also helped in organizing the 
first chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes in the 
Jefferson County area 

Long a member of the NIAAA,, Gene has aided 
tremendously in elevating the KHSADA to its high 
standing and regard at the annual National Conferences, 

BEST OF LUCK TO YOU BOTH! CONGRATULA- 
TIONS ON TREMENDOUS CAREERS IN KENTUCKY 
ATHLETICS YOU VVILL BE SORELY MISSED BY YOUR 
FELLOW ATHLETIC DIRECTORS 

Jim Reuther 
KHSADA President 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1983 



September, 1983 Vol. XLV No.2 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
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Assistant Editor BRIGIO L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington. Kentucl<y 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President-Charles Black (1980-1984) Barbourville, Vice 
President -Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) Monticello, 
Directors-John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead, Whaylon 
Coleman (1980-1984) Owensboro, Patrick L. Crawford 
(1982-1986) Louisville, Alvis Johnson (1980-1984) 
Harrodsburg, Robert Rogers (1981-1985) Barlow, Ray 
Story (1982-1986) Radcliff, Chester Turner (1983-1986) 
Fort Thomas, David Webb (1983-1986) Brownville, 
Conley Manning-State Department of Education 
Representative. 

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BASKETBALL 
CLINICS 



Somerset High Sctiool (Somerset) 
Bell County High School (Pineville) 
Hazard High School (Hazard) 
Preslonsburg High School (Prestonsburg) 

- Morehead State University (Morehead) 

- UK Community College (Ashland) 

- Mason County High School (Maysville) 

- Holmes High School (Covington) 

- Apollo High School (Owensboro) 
' Paducah Tilghman High School (Paducah) 

- Murray High School (Murray) 

- Hopkinsville High School (Hopkinsville) 

- Bowling Green High School (Bowling 
:00 p.m. 

Durrett Annex (Louisville) 

Elizabethtown High School (Elizabethtown) 
Henry Clay High School (Lexington) 



VOLLEYBALL 
INFORMATION 



d 



The K.H.S.A.A. will sponsor regional and state 
volleyball tournaments in October, 1983. The regional 
tournaments will be held during the week of October 17, 
and the State Tournament is scheduled for October 28 & 
29 at Northern Kentucky University in Highland Heights, 
Kentucky. The manager will be Assistant Commissioner 
Brigid L. DeVries. 

The region sites and teams assigned to each are listed 
below: 

Region 1 (at Fairdale High School) - Angela Merici. 
Butler, Doss, Evangel, Ft. Knox, Holy Rosary, Pleasure 
Ridge Park. Shawnee. Valley, Western; 

Region II (at Iroquois High School) - Atherton, 
Central, Iroquois, Male, Manual, Morrv Moore, Ninth & O., 
Presentation, Southern; 

Region III (at Ballard High School) - Ballard, Christian 
Academy, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Ky. 
Country Day, Oldham County, Sacred Heart, Seneca, 
Waggener; 

Region IV (at Dixie Heights) - Assumption, 
Beechwood, Dixie Heights. Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd 
Memorial. Ludlow, Notre Dame, St Henry, Scott, Simon 
Kenton, Villa Madonna; 

Region V (at Newport & Highlands) - Bellevue, Boone 
County, Bishop Brossart, Campbell County, Carroll 
County, Conner, Dayton, Highlands, Newport, Newport 
Central Catholic, Walton Verona; 

Region VI (at Morehead University) - Belfry, 
Buckhorn, Montgomery County, Oneida Baptist, Paul 
Blazer. Rowan County, St. Camillus. Woodford County. 

1983 STATE CROSS 
COUNTRY MEET 



NOVEMBER 5 



Time Schedule 

1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

BOYS - 5000 meters 
GIRLS - 3000 meters 



KeNTUCKY 
HORS€ PARK 



1983-84 Cross Country Regions 

The regional sites, managers and teams are assigned 
to each class and are listed below Each school listed will 
receive from the regional manager an information sheet 
and entry form to the meet. 



SPECIAL NOTICES 



KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION FOR HEALTH, 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION & RECREATION 

STATE CONVENTION 

November 10-12, 1983 

Hilton Inn, Lexington, Ky. 

at Newtown Road & 1-75 

For information contact: 

Jim Nance, University of Kentucky 

Room 128, Seaton Building 

Lexington, Kentucky 

606-257-8935 



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1983 CROSS COUNTRY REGIONS 

The regional sites, managers and teams are assigned to each class and are listed below. Each school listed 
will receive from the regional manager an information sheet and entry form to the meet. 



REGION ONE: 

Manager: J. W. Ballard. Providence High School. Cedar 

St.. Providence Ky. 42450 

Boys Class A: Crittenden Co. Ft. Campbell. Lyon Co.. 

Providence. St Mary. Hughes-Kirk. South Hopkins. Trigg 

Co., Bremen. Graham. West Hopkins. 

Girls Class A: Crittenden Co . Ft Campbell. Fulton City. 

Providence, Trigg Co., West Hopkins. Graham. Bremen. 

Hughes-Kirk, Lyon County 

Manager: Cindy Fitch, Madisonville-N-Hopkins, U.S. 41. 

Madisonville. Ky. 42431 

Boys and Girls Class AA: Bowling Green, Breckinridge 

Co., Grayson Co . Calloway Co . Union Co . Owensboro 

Catholic. Webster Co. 

Boys and Girls Class AAA: Apollo. Christian Co , Daviess 

Co. Henderson Co.. Hopkinsville. Madisonville-N- 

Hopkins, Marshall Co.. North Hardin. Owensboro High 

School. 



REGION TWO: 

Manager: Bobby Williams. West Hardin High School. 

Stephensburg. Ky, 42781 

Boys Class A: Glasgow. Bardstown, Caverna, Edmonson 

Co., Fort Knox, Green Co., Hancock Co., Kentucky 

Country Day, Spencer Co , Gamaliel, West Hardin, St. 

Francis, Hart Co., Trinity (Whitesville) 

Girls Class A: Glasgow. Bardstown. Caverna, Edmonson 

Co., Fort Knox. Hancock Co., Kentucky Country Day, 

Spencer Co., West Hardin. Christian Academy. St. Francis, 

Trimble Co., Hart Co.. Trinity (Whitesville) 

Boys and Girls Class AA: Barren Cc. East Hardin. 

Elizabethtown. LaRue Co. North Bullitt. Washington Co. 

Manager: Bro. Borgia. Saint Xavier High School. 1609 

Poplar Level Rd.. Louisville. Ky. 40217 

Boys Class AAA: Atherton. Central. duPont Manual. 

Iroquois. Male. Saint Xavier. Shawnee 

Girls Class AAA: Atherton. Butler, Central, duPont 

Manual. Iroquois. Male. Shawnee, Presentation Academy. 

Sacred Heart Academy 



REGION THREE: 

Manager: Barry Binkley, Dayton High School. 8th & 

Walnut St.. Dayton. Ky. 41074 

Boys Class A: Bellevue. Bishop Brossart. Covington Latin, 

Dayton, Ludlow, Saint Henry, Silver Grove, Walton 

Verona. 

Girls Class A: Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Dayton, Saint 

Henry, Silver Grove, Walton Verona, Ludlow, Notre Dame 

Boys Class AA: Conner, Covington Catholic, Dixie 

Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport Central 

Catholic, Scott, Simon Kenton 

Girls Class AA: Conner, Dixie Heights, Highlands, Lloyd 

Memorial, Scott, Simon Kenton 

Manager: Rich Rostel, Trinity High School, 4011 Shelby- 
ville Rd., Louisville, Kentucky 40207 
Boys Class AAA: Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jefferson- 
town, Moore, Oldham Co., Seneca, Trinity, Waggener. 
Girls Class AAA: Assumption, Ballard, Eastern. Fern 
Creek, Moore, Oldham Co., Seneca 



REGION FOUR: 

Manager: Randy Crist. Anderson Co. High School. 

Broadway Ave.. Lawrenceburg. Kentucky 40342 

Boys Class A: Bath Co.. Grant Co.. Lexington Catholic. 

Owen Co.. Anderson Co., Williamstown, Carroll Co. 

Girls Class A: Bath Co.. Grant Co.. Lexington Catholic. 

Owen Co., Anderson Co. 

Boys Class AA: Bourbon Co.. Franklin Co., Harrison Co., 

Jessamine Co., Mason Co., Montgomery Co., Scott Co., 

Western Hills, Woodford Co., Fleming Co. 

Girls Class AA: Bourbon Co.. Franklin Co.. Harrison Co.. 

Jessamine Co.. Scott Co.. Montgomery Co.. Western Hills. 

Woodford Co., Fleming Co. 

Manager: Charles Mitchell. Pleasure Ridge Park High 
School. 5901 Greenwood Rd . Louisville. Ky. 40258 
Boys Class AAA: Bishop David. DeSales. Doss. Fairdale. 
Pleasure Ridge Park. Southern, Valley, Western 
Girls Class AAA: Doss, Fairdale, Holy Rosary, Pleasure 
Ridge Park, Southern, Valley, Western. Mercy Academy 

REGION FIVE: 

Manager: Gordon Bocock. Pulaski Co High School. 

Somerset. Ky, 42501 

Boys Class A: Berea, Garrard Co., Harrodsburg. Kentucky 

School F/T Deaf. Mercer Co.. Model. Somerset. 

Monticello, 

Girls Class A: Berea. Garrard Co.. Harrodsburg. Kentucky 

School F/T Deaf. MercerCo.. Model. Monticello. Somerset 

Boys Class AA: & Girls Class AA: Adair Co . Boyle Co . 

Clay Co.. Danville. Knox Central. Middlesboro. Taylor Co., 

Whitley Co , Pulaski Co.-, McCreary-Central. Bell Co. 

Manager: BobStacey. Boyd Co, High School. Route2. Box 

374. Ashland. Ky. 41101 

Boys Class AAA: Boone Co . Boyd Co.. Bullitt Central, 

Campbell Co.. George R. Clark. Greenup Co . Holmes, 

Shelby Co. Shelby Co. 

Girls Class AAA: Boone Co.. Boyd Co . Bullitt Central, 

Campbell Co., Covington Holmes, Shelby Co. 

REGION SIX: 

Manager: Frank Miklavcic. Paintsville High School. 

Paintsville. Ky. 41240 

Boys Class A: Buckhorn. Cordia. Elliott Co.. Hazard, 

Phelps, Lee Co.. Oneida Baptist Inst,. Paintsville. Riverside 

Christian. Allen Central. Raceland. Lewis Co.. Jackson 

City. Dilce Combs. Menifee Co.. Letcher 

Girls Class A: Buckhorn. Cordia. Hazard, Phelps, Lee Co., 

Oneida-Baptist Inst., Paintsville. Riverside Christian, 

Raceland. Lewis Co.. Jackson City, Dilce Combs. Menifee 

Co., Letcher 

Boys Class AA: Breathitt Co., East Carter, Estill Co., 

Johnson Central, Rowan Co.. Russell. West Carter. 

Whitesburg, Lawrence Co., Knott Co, Cent. 

Girls Class AA: East Carter. Rowan Co.. Russell. 

Whitesburg, Lawrence Co., Knott Co. Cent. 

Manager: Gordon Bocock. Pulaski Co. High School. 
Somerset. Ky. 42501 

Boys Class AAA: & Girls Class AAA: Bryan Station. Henry 
Clay, Lafayette. Laurel Co., Madison Central, Marion Co., 
Nelson Co . Pulaski Co.. Tates Creek. 



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TRIGG COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS A GIRLS 

Kentucky Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky - May 21, 1983 




(L to R) Front Row: Bano Acree, Michelle Henderson, Romalisa Hendrix, Melissa Thompson, Ginger Wallace, 
Kilty Davidson, Andrea McCormick; Back Row: Brenda Thomasson, Margaret Hendrix, George Radford, Gary 
Siegmund, Melinda McGee, Mary Ladd. Sharon Crump. Jim Wallace. 



300m Low Hurdles 

1 Anthony, Andy (11), Bulhtt E 47 20 

2 Robertson, Lisa (1 1), Bellevue 47 27 

3 Gay. Caria (9), Madison 48 67 

4 Shea. Laura (11), St Henry 49 62 

5 Roe, Rhonda (12). Paintsville 50 40 

100m Low Hurdles 

1 Anthony, Andy (11), Bullitt East 15 17 

2 Daniels, Gail (10), Ft Campbell 15 50 

3 Robertson, Lisa (1 1), Bellevue 15 95 

4 Martz, Lori (11), Brossart 15 97 

5 Bollinger, Michelle, Fort Knox 16 19 

100m Dash 

1 Yeast, Jada (12). Harrodsburg 12 82 

2 Murphy, Maria (12), Anderson Co 13 02 

3 Hendrix, Roma (11), Trigg Co 1308 

4 McGee, Melinda (12), Trigg Co 13 21 

5 Rothwell, Francine (11), Madison 13 26 

200m Dash 

1 Murphy, Maria (12). And. Co 26 21 

2 McLemore, Debra (12). Ft. Camp 26,38 

3 Hendrix, Roma (11), Trigg Co 26 56 

4 Harris. Amy (12), Walton-Verona 26 88 

5 Miller, Lea (10), Bath Co 26 88 

400m Dash 

1 McLemore, Debra (12), Ft Campbell5882 

2 Thompson, Melissa (11), Trigg Co. 59 19 

3 Beach. Jackie (9), Frankfort 59 94 

4 Faulk, Amy (11), Bullitt East 1:00 74 
5, Duff, Margaret (11), Somerset 1 00 82 

800m Run 

Hawkins, Kim (10), Bath Co 2:20 80 

2 Simon, Diane (11), Brossart 2:23 18 

3. Davidson, Kitty (12), Trigg Co, 2 23 93 

4. Russell, Jennifer (10), And Co 2 25 8 

5 Moutoux, Pam (10), Ky Ctry Day 2 27 09 

1600m Run 

1 Hawkins, Kim (10), Bath Co 5:06.71 

2 Moutoux. Pam (10), Ky Ctry Day 5 20 
3, Davidson, Kitty (12), Trigg Co 5:211 

4 Wissman, Tracy (9), St Henry 5:24.98 

5 Belt, Stacey (8), Anderson Co 5:28.89 



400m Relay 

1 Fort Campbell 

2 Trigg County 

3 Larue County 

4 Bellevue 

5 Bath County 

800m Relay 

1 Trigg County 

2 Frankfort 

3 Larue County / 

4 Fort Campbell 

5 Bath County 

3200m Run 

1 Davidson, Kitty (12), Trigg Co 

2 Belt, Stacey (12), Anderson Co 

3 Wissman, Tracy (9), St Henry 

4 Elliott, Tomeka (9), Rus'ville 

5 Hosteller, Lisa (11), Riverside 

1600m Relay 

1 Trigg County 

2 Fort Campbell 

3 Bullitt East 

4 St Henry 

5 Somerset 

Discus 

1 Anthony, Andy (11). Bullitt East 

2 Hunt. Peggy (12), Raceland 

3 Waller. Lori (10), Walton Ver 

4 Stewart. Diana (10). Oneida 

5 Rose, Linda (9), Madison 

Shot Put 

1 Waller, Lori (10). Walton Verona 357" 

2 Cnss, Karen (11), Fairview 328'i," 

3 Lampkin, Karen (12), Ballard Mem 32'3" 

4 Arnett, Russie (12), Larue Co 31'6','2" 

5 Powell, Anita (9), Larue Co 3010"2" 



50 35 
5077 
5257 
5286 
53.80 



1 47 01 
1:48 80 
1:49.24 
1:49.44 
1:49.55 



11:36.79 
11:37.75 
12:07.89 
12 35.77 
12:36-35 



407 33 
4 10 19 
4 11 40 
4 14.49 
4-1645 



118'5' 
110'10" 

105'4" 
102'10" 

loni" 



High Jump 

1 Shea, Maureen (10), St Henry 5'2" 

2 Lee, Stephanie (12), Larue Co 5'0' 

3 Hickman, Phyllis (9), Bardstown 5'0" 

4 Mircle, Ada (10), Lewis Co. 410" 

5 Driver, DeVona (12), Edmonson Co 410" 

Long Jump 

1 Tooley, Sandy (12), Tompkinsville 18'2 

2 Yeast, Jada (12), Harrodsburg 17'5',4, 

3 McCormis, Karen, Fort Knox 17'1"j 

4 Jenkins, Kammye (10), Ft Campbell 16' 

5 Phillips, Pam (11), Bardstown 16'2 



TOTAL POINTS 

Trigg County 40 

Fort Campbell 28 

Bullitt East 23 

Anderson County 17 

Bath County 15 

LaRue County 13 

Walton-Verona 11 

Harrodsburg 10 

Bellevue 9 

Frankfort 7 

Tompkinsville 6 

Bishop Brossart 6 

Madison 5 

Kentucky Country Day 5 

Fort Knox 4 

Bardstown 4 

Raceland 4 

Fairview 4 

Ballard Memorial 3 

Lewis County 2 

Oneida Baptist Institute 2 

Somerset 2 

Russellville 2 

Edmonson County 1 

Paintsville 1 

Riverside 1 



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TRIGG COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS A BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky - May 21, 1983 




(L to R) Front Row: Scott Howell, Calvin Turnely, Al Baker, Stuart White, John Fuller, Bano Acree; Bacic Row: 
Brenda Thomasson, Tracey Baker, David McGee, Coach George Radford, Lynus Wright, Mike Shelton, Gary 
Siegmund, Jim Wallace. 



100m Dash 

1 Mitchell, Mark (10). Lex. Cath. 
2. Baker. Alvin (11), Trigg Co, 
3 Turnley. Calvin (11), Trigg Co. 

4. Moore. Jamie (11). Oneida 
5 Williams. Pat (9). Fort Knox 

200m Dash 

1 Baker. AlvIn (9). Trigg Co. 

2. Turnley. Calvin (11). Trigg Co. 

3 Mitchell. Mark (10). Lex Cath. 

4 Moore. Jamie (11). Oneida 

5 Williams. Tracy (11). Fort Knox 

400m Dash 

1 Herklotz. Hans (12). Bellevue 

2, Wagoner. Tommy (11). Murray 

3. Owens. Quinten (12). Harrodsburg 
4 Patton. Greg (11). Ft. Campbell 

5. Holland. Jim (11). Fort Knox 



11.07 
11.09 
11.29 
11.49 
11,65 



22.88 
22.95 
22.98 
23,57 
23.70 



50.87 
50.88 
51,13 
51,23 
51,42 



800m Run 

1, Gaynor, Gavin (12), Hancock Co, 1 

2, Mayberry. Doug (12). Lex, Cath, 1 
3 Herklotz, Hans (12). Bellevue 1 

4, Moore, George (11), Murray 1 

5, Moutoux, David (11), Ky. Ctry. Dayl 



55.61 
56,81 
57,32 
58,79 
58,92 



1600m Run 

1 Gaynor. Gavin (12). Hancock Co. 4;19 
2. Moutoux. David (12). Ky. Ctry Day 4:2 
3 Norton. Clay (12). S. Hopkins 4:24.25 

4. Herklotz (12), Bellevue 4:26.25 

5. Kinder. Darrin (12). Lex. Cath. 4:29 



3200m Run 

1 Gaynor. Gavin (12). Hancock Co. 9:25.38 

2. Thomas. Jessie (11). And. Co. 9:48.43 

3. Clark. Lance (11), Dayton 10:03 

4. Ballard. Vic (10), Bethlehem 10:06.56 



Kirkwood, Keith (12). W. Hopkins 10:10.50 



110m High Hurdles 

1. Allen. Damian (11). Bardstown 15.69 

2. Tucker. Todd (12). Green Co. 15.84 

3. Foley. Mike (12). Lex. Cath. 16.09 

4. Webb. Billy (12). Edmonson Co. 16.12 

5. Botts, Johnny (12), Bath Co. 16.20 



300m Low Hurdles 

1 White. Kelvin (12). Ft. Campbell 39.03 

2, Shepardson, Eric (11), Carroll Co, 40 

3 Boles, David (12). Ludlow 40.83 

4, Botts, Johnny (12), Bath Co, 41.03 

5, Weaver, Rob (9), Ft, Knox 41,37 



800m Relay 

1, Trigg County 

2- Lexington Catholic 

3 Ludlow 

4 Bath County 

5 Bardstown 

1600m Relay 

1 Fort Campbell 

2 Murray 

3 Ludlow 

4 Green County 

5 Pamtsvllle 



1:32.72 
1:33 11 
1:35 44 
1:35.55 
1:36.96 



3:26.03 
3:29.21 
3:33,63 
3:35,28 
3:35,76 



Shot Put 

1 Whitaker, Brad (11), McLean Co 49' 

2 McQuerry. Keith (12). Harrodsburg46'6yj" 

3 Payline. John (11). Hancock Co. 45'6" 
4, Jones, Kevin (12). Somerset 45'4%" 
5 Simpson. Jim (12), Grant Co. 45' 



High Jump 

1 Boggess. Mark (11). Murray 

2 Brown. J. B. (11). Ft. Knox 
2 Kendall. Ed (12). Lex. Cath, 

2, Graves, Tyrone (11), Tompklnsvll 
5 Samples. Joe (12). Oneida , 

5, Waller, Jeremy (12), Berea 



Pole Vault 

1 White, Stuart (12), Trigg Co 

2 Rose, Chris (12), Ft. Knox 

3, Deatherage. Jerry (12). Carroll Co. 

4, Baldwin, Pat (11). Ft. Knox 

5, Nail. David (12). Raceland 

Long Jump 

1. Keown. Sherman (12). Edmonson 

2, Lykins, Tim (12). Morgan Co. 

3 Johnson. David (10). Bardstown 
4- Moore. Jamie (11). Oneida Bapt. 
5 Winston. Keith (12). Ft, Knox 



Triple Jump 

1 Woods, Bobby (12), Heath 

2 Kirk, Dennis (12), Tompklnsvllle 

3 Moore. Jamie (11). Oneida 

4 Damian. Allen (11). Bardstown 

5 Martin. Keith (10). Madison 

Discus 

1 Paylme. John (11). Hancock Co, 

2 Caple, Denny (11). Ludlow 

3 Witt. David (12). Bellevue 

4 McDougal. Steve (12). Murray 

5 Upchurch. C.W (12), Oneida 



44'4y2" 
44'3V2" 
43' 101/2" 
42'2%" 
41 '93//' 



161'10" 
158'6" 
140'6" 
127'2" 
126'1" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Trigg County 29 

Hancock County 27 

Lexington Catholic 241/2 

Murray 18 

Fort Knox 14V2 

Bellevue 14 

Fort Campbell 14 

Ludlow 13 

Bardstown 12 

6'6" Oneida Baptist Institute lO'/j 

6'2" Edmonson County 8 

6'2" Harrodsburg 7 

6'2 " Carroll County 7 

<5'10" McLean County 6 

I5'10" Green County 6 

Tompklnsvllle 6 

Heath 6 

Bath County 5 

Kentucky Country Day 5 

12'10" Morgan County , 4 

12' Anderson County 4 

12' Dayton 3 

11' South Hopkins 3 

11' Somerset 2 

Bethlehem 2 

Grant County 

21'10" Raceland 

20'1 1 " West Hopkins 

20'9" Madison 

20'8" Pamtsvllle 

20'4y2" Berea 



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DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AA GIRLS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky - May 21, 1983 




(L to R) Front Row: Sara Jackson, Susan Rankin, LaFonda Slallwaith, Tanya Neal, Kim Ingram, Shelia Ford; 
Back Row: Coacli Myron Fortune, Mgr. Kim Singleton, Tina Robinson, Kim Mitchell, Sharon Woods, T. T. 
Lewis, Coach J. H. Atkins. 



300m Low Hurdles 

1 Acquaviva. Kathy (10). Franklin Co 

2 Wampler. Monick (1 1), Whitesburg 

3 Armstrong. Jenny (12). Lloyd Mem 
4. Manion. Karen (12). Allen Co 

5 Neal. Tanya (10), Danville 

100 Low Hurdles 

1 Acquaviva. Cathy (10). Franklin Co 

2 Galloway. Itsy (11). O'boro Cath 

3 Wampler. Monick (11). Whitesburg 

4 Hampton. Lisa (12). Knox Central 

5 Neal. Tonya (10). Danville 



400m Relay 

46 1 Danville 

46 57 2 Franklin County 

47 1 3 Harrison County 

49 45 4 Clay County 

49 52 5 Boyle County 

800m Relay 

14 93 1 Danville 

15 67 2 Lloyd Memorial 
15 88 3 Allen County 

15 81 4 Harrison County 
15 91 5 Meade County 



100m Dash 

1 Coulter. Danita (11). Danville 12 68 

2. Jackson. Tina (12). Franklin Co 12 71 

3. Gormley. Susan (12). Woodford Co 12 7 

4. Jones. Latonya (11). Pad Tilghman 12 
5 Robinson. Tina (7) Danville 13 09 

200m Dash 

1. Coulter. Danita (11). Danville 26,17 

2 Gormley. Susan (12). Woodford Co 26 
3. Jones. Latonya (11). Pad Tiigh 26 2 

4 Mitchell. Kim (11). Danville 26 56 

5 Custard. Mary (9). Harrison Co, 26,82 

400m Dash 

1. Stallworth. Lafonda (11). Danville 57,08 

2 Custard. Mary (9). Harrison Co 57 85 

3 Raglin. Pam (12). Bourbon Co, 57 88 

4 Ballard. Tonya (12). Allen Co 58 30 

5 Jones. Latonya (11 ). Pad Tilghman 58 51 

800m Run 

•1 Raglin. Pam (12). Bourbon Co 

2 Plank. Kathy (10). Connor 

3 Beachamp. Jackie (9). Barren Co 

4 Cox, Nichole (6). Clay Co 

5. Carey. Jeanie (8). Boyle Co 



1600m Run 

1 Raglin. Pam (12). Bourbon Co 
2. Plank. Kathy (10). Connor 
3 Jackson. Sara (9) 

4. Beachamp, Jackie (9). Barren Co 

5. Carey. Jeanie (8), Boyle Co 



50 12 
51.20 
51,30 
52.63 
53 32 



1:44 88 
1 47 63 
1 47 98 
1 48 42 
1:50 22 



3200m Run 

1 Plank, Kathy (10). Connor 111996 

2 Raglin. Pam (10), Bourbon Co 11 20 68 

3 Thomas, Missy (10). Union Co 1134 56 

4 Knight. Pam (7). Calloway Co 12 1367 

5 Partin. Melissa (9). Whitley Co 12 3179 



4:08.37 
4 13 23 
4:1328 
4:1453 
4:1542 



2:1603 


1 


2:25 45 


? 


227 93 


3 


2:28 48 


4 


2:29 08 


5 


5:125 




5:17,2 




5:35 7 




5:36 




5:39.6 





1600m Relay 

1 Danville 

2 Connor 

3 Harrison County 

4 Allen County 

5 Clay County 

Shot Put 

1, Herren. Monica (12). Western Hills 367yj" 

2 Hayes. Zora (12). Bowling Green 36'3" 

3 Jones. Sherry (9), Clay Co 34'10" 

4 Ewell, Karen (11). Lloyd Mem. 34'3" 

5 Lewis. Thenette (11). Danville 34'2" 

Discus 

Magrane, Joanie (9). Rowan Co 112'4" 

Lewis. Thenette (11). Danville 1107" 

Ewell. Karin (11). Lloyd Mem 103H" 

Webb. Pam (11). Bourbon Co 102' 

Burch. Gala (10). Barren Co lOVIO" 



High Jump 

1 Young. Megan (8). Montgomery Co 51" 

2 Youngs. Patty (10). Webster Co. 50" 

3 Steinhamer. Gill (9). Boyle Co 50" 

4 Stallworth. Lafonda (11). Danville 410" 

5 Rice, Kelly (11). Clay Co. 4'10" 

Long Jump 

1 Jones. Latonya (11). Pad Tilghman 77-3 

2 Stewart. Gail (10). Meade Co 17'1" 

3 Napier. Melissa (12). Knox Cent 16'11-3 

4 lies. Laura (10). Lloyd Mem 160" 

5 Compton. Pat (10). Fleming Co. 15'5-3 



■Indicates new state record. 



TOTAL POINTS 

Danville 51 

Bourbon County 21 

Franklin County 20 

Connor 18 

Lloyd Memorial 14 

Harrison County 13 

Paducah Tilghman 12 

Allen County 9 

Clay County 9 

Woodford County 7 

Whitesburg 7 

Montgomery County 6 

Boyle County 6 

Rowan County 6 

Barren County 6 

Western Hills 6 

Knox Central 5 

Meade County 5 

Owensboro Catholic 4 

Webster County 4 

Bowling Green 4 

Union County 3 

Calloway County 2 

Whitley County 1 

Fleming County 1 



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Page Seven 



PADUCAH TILGHMAN HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AA BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky - May 21, 1983 




(L to R) Front Row: Shawn Jackson, Connor Mason, Calvin Payne, Bill Morris, Cresjen Parkevy, Chris Samples; 
Back Row: Coach Lyman Brown, Ed Stone, Curtis Crisason, Jimmy Harris, Joe Young, Derrick Thomas, 
Martin Mundy, Coach Steve Johnston, Coach Augie Schiller. 



100m Dash 

1 Bowman. Derek (12), Oboro Cath 1104 

2 Mason. Connor (11), Pad Tilghman 113 

3 Million, Jeff (12), Danville 1138 
4, Shane, Fletcher (11), Mason Co 1 1 40 
5 Waddell. Melvin (11), Etown 1143 

200m Dash 

1 Bowman, Derek (12). Oboro Cath 22 1 
2. Jackson, Shawn (9), Pad Tiigh 22 24 

3 Buchanan. Craig (11), Woodford Co. 23 

4 Million, Jeff (12). Danville 23 21 

5 Fletcher, Shane (11), Mason Co 23 29 

400m Dash 

1 Jackson, Shawn (9), Pad Tiigh 49 38 

2 Buchanan, Craig (11), Woodford Co 49 99 

3 Mason. Conner (11). Pad Tiigh 50 49 

4 Smoot. Mason (11). Elizabethlown 50 83 

5 Wilkerson. Gary (12). Lincoln Co 5190 

800m Run 

1 Powers. Todd (12). Knox Central 159 77 

2 Spencer. Matt (11). Highlands 2 01 16 

3 Payne, Mike (12), Webster Co 201 60 

4 Mills, William (12), Barren Co 201 82 

5 Holt, Roger (12), Elizabethtown 2 02 69 

1600m Run 

1 Wilson, Mike (12), Rowan Co 4:169 

2. Ling, Jim (12), Highlands 425 5 

3, Lucas, Barry (11). Grayson Co 4:269 

4, Caldwell. Jeff (12). Scott Co 4:29 3 

5. Carrico (12). Oboro Catholic 4:294 

3200m Run 

1 Wilson, Mike (12), Rowan Co 9 26 4 

2 Ling, Jim (12), Highlands 9 58 8 



3. Marshall, Rob (11), Covington Cath 9 
4 Lucas, Barry (11), Grayson Co 10 
5, Collier, Jeff (11), Whitesburg 10 



59 7 
02 3 
084 



110m High Hurdles 

1, Bowman, Derek (12), Oboro Cath, 14 41 

2, Marksberry, Todd (12), Connor 15,17 

3, Blake, Jeff (11), Middlesboro 15 24 

4, Bankemper, John (12), Highlands 15 28 

5, Roberson, Michael (10), Bowl Grn. 1578 



300m Low Hurdles 

1 Bowman, Derek (12), O'boro Cath 37 6 

2 Bankemper, John (12). Highlands 38 99 

3 Marksberry. Todd (12). Connor 39 59 

4 Owen. Jason (11). Barren Co 39.91 

5 Elery, Richard (11), Wash, Co. 40.62 



800m Relay 



Paducah Tilghman 
Franklin County 
Mayfield 
Elizabethtown 
Scott County 



30 11 

31 39 

31 88 

32 19 
3299 



1600m Relay 



Paducah Tilghman 
Mayfield 
Franklin County 
Elizabethtown 
Woodford County 



3:28 19 
3:30 63 
3:31 52 
3:33.45 
3:39.64 



Shot Put 

1 Thomas. Derrick (11). Pad Tiigh 54'2'/2" 

2 Gather. Bobby (11). Grayson Co 4T5Y/ 

3 Harris, Jimmy (11), Pad Tiigh 47'yj" 

4 Jenkins. Mitch (12). Harrison Co 46'1iyj" 

5 Byron. Jim (12). Rowan Co 42'4V," 



Discus 

1 Darpel, John (12). Mayfield 

2 McReynolds. Dan (12). Mayfield 

3 Creason. Curtis (12). Pad. Tiigh 

4 Padgett. Brian (12). Woodford 

5 Hamilton. Randy (12). Meade Co 

High Jump 

1, Everhart. Eric (11). Union Co 

2 Harris. Damn (12). Scott Co 

3 Wilson. Richard (12). Barren Co 

4. Smalley. Pernell (11). Boyle Co 

5. Madden. Roger (11). Clay Co. 

Pole Vault 

1 Samples, Chris (12), Pad Tiigh, 

2 Copes. Kenny (12). Harrison Co 

3. Beason. Kenny (12). Middlesboro 

4, demons, Todd (9), Barren Co 

5 Knochelman, Pete (12). Cov Cath 



156'9" 
146'1" 
142' 
140'8" 
138'3" 



6'6" 
6'6" 
6'2" 
60" 
6'0" 



13' 

12'6" 

12' 

11 '6" 

ir 



Long Jump 

1 Young. Joe (12). Pad, Tiigh. 2r8y4' 

2. Briggs, David (12). Bowl Grn 21 

3. Morris. Mark (11). Franklin Co 21772' 
4 Waddell, Melvin (11), Etown 2ry2' 
5. Schulte, Tim (12). Cov, Cath, 20'4' 

Triple Jump 

1. Beasley. Wm, (12). Bowl. Grn. 46'8Vj" 

2. Stone. Ed (12). Pad Tilgh. 45'8y4" 

3. Morris, Mark (11), Franklin Co, 44'2" 
4 Scott, Thomas (10), E Hardin 42'y2" 
5. Nolan, Tommy (12). Estill Co- 4r2%" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Paducah Tilghman 57 

Owensboro Catholic 25 

Highlands 18 

Franklin County 13 

Rowan County 13 

Bowling Green 11 

Mayfield 11 

Covington Catholic 11 

Elizabethtown 10 

Woodford County 10 

Grayson County 9 

Barren County 9 

Connor 7 

Scott County 7 

Middlesboro 6 

Harrison County 6 

Knox Central 6 

Union County 6 

Danville 5 

Mason County 3 

Webster County 3 

East Hardin 2 

Lincoln County 1 

Washington County 1 

Estill County 1 

Meade County 1 

Clay County 1 

Whitesburg 1 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1983 



BALLARD HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky - May 21, 1983 




(L to R) Front Row: Karen Carbin, Ruby Marshall, Lisa Jones, Gretchen Schwartz; (L to R) Back Row: Coach 
Ann Thompson, Tracy Webb, Tracie Wright, Judy Nichols, Coach Ed Newton. 



300m Low Hurdles 

1 Bass. Alicia (12), Fern Creek 



Marshall. Ruby (12), Ballard 
Canada, Felicia (11). Bry Stat 
Tomblin, Cindy (11). Lafayette 
Merritt. Valerie (12). Hop'ville 



44 70 
46,79 
4695 

47 44 

48 11 



100 Low Hurdles 

■1 Bass, Alicia (12), Fern Creek 

2. Marshall, Ruby (12), Ballard 

3 Canada, Felicia (11), Bry Stat 

4. Tomblin, Cindy (11), Lafayette 
5 Grace. Karen (12), Shawnee 

100m Dash 

1, Bass, Alicia (12), Fern Creek 

2 Wright, Tracy (11), Ballard 

3 Diamond, Adnanne (12), Marsh Co 

4 Schultz, Stephanie (11), Doss 

5, Shelby, Norma (11), Male 



13 86 

14 53 

14 66 

15 02 
15 54 



12 49 
12 49 
125 
12 54 
12,82 



200m Dash 

'1, Diamond. Adrianne (12), Marsh 

2 Bass, Alicia (12), Fern Creek 

3 Carbin, Karen (11), Ballard 

4 James, Shonda (12), Bry Stat 
5. Shelby. Norma (11), Male 



Co. 



24, 
2520 
25 23 
25,67 
2578 



400m Dash 

■1, Diamond. Adnanne (12), Marsh Co 55 50 

2 Carbin, Karen (11). Ballard 56 03 

3 Johnson. Marilyn (12). Male 56.65 

4 Jackson. Joan (12). N Hardin 5841 
5. James. Shonda (12). Bry Stat 59,21 

800m Run 

1 Johnson. Marilyn (12). Male 2 16 2 

2 Green. Diana (12). Christian Co 2:18,5 

3 Osborne, Mariane (12), Mercy 2:23,2 
4, Oberst, Alicia (11), Sacred Heart 2 23 5 

5 Gensheimer. Janny (11 ), Moore 2:23 6 

1600m Run 

1 Crutcher, Nancy (9), Oldham Co 5:15,3 

2. Trimble. Melanie (8). Boyd Co 5:16.9 

3. Fairfax, Dianne (12). Holy Rosary 5:17 

4. Bland. Sara (10). Shelby Co. 5:27 26 

5. Oberst. Alicia (11). Sacred Hrt 5:28. 



400m Relay 

1 Bryan Station 

2 Ballard 

3 Moore 

4 Doss 

5 Lafayette 



800m Relay 



Ballard 
Male 
Eastern 
Lafayette 
Bryan Station 



49 25 


1 


50.11 


2 


50.95 


3 


51,33 


4 


51 58 


5 


1:41 17 


L 
1 


1:44.46 


2 


1:45.56 


3 


1:46.60 


4 


1:46 64 


5 



3200m Run 

1 Crutcher. Nancy (9). Oldham Co 11:36.65 
2. Fairfax. Diane (12). Holy Rosary 11:45.44 

3 Brown. Virginia (12). Madville 11:53.16 

4 Trimble. Melanie (8). Boyd Co 12:00.29 

5 Bruner. Margaret (11). Laurel Co. 12:09.49 



1600m Relay 



Lafayette 

Ballard 

Eastern 

Male 

Marshall County 



4:00.28 
4:02.21 
4:03.33 
4:05.20 
4:07 37 



Shot Put 

1 Stone. Janet (12). Shelby Co 36V' 

2 Cooper. Dana (11). Male 34'5y2' 

3 Williams. Rosann (11). Presentation 33' 

4 Davis. Page (11). Butler 33' 

5 Kallmeyer. Kathy (12). Notre Dame32'9y2" 



Discus 



stone. Janet (12). Shelby Co. 
Lambers. Lisa (12). Boone Co 
Schmidt, Lisa (11), Boone Co. 
Finley. Allison (10), Apollo 



111'4" 

105'10" 

105'1" 

99'9" 



Williams, Rosann (11), Presentation 99' 



High Jump 

Gard, Robin (11). Warren Central 5'4" 
Franzman. Susan (11). Holy Rosary 5'4" 

Grace. Karen (12). Shawnee 5'4" 

Ruthfuss. Amy (12). Notre Dame 5'2" 

Mayes. Kelly (12). Lafayette 5'2" 

Long Jump 

Smith. Tina (11). Bry, Stat 18'3" 

Smith. Arnola (12). Bry Stat 16'9" 

English. Vanessa (11), Fairdale 16'5" 

Caredy. Dana. North Hardin 16'3%" 

Jones. Karen (11). Moore 16'2%" 

'Indicates New State Record 



TOTAL POINTS 

Ballard 33 

Bryan Station 26 

Fern Creek 22 

Male 21 

Marshall County 16 

Lafayette 14 

Shelby County 14 

Oldham County 12 

Holy Rosary 11 

Boone County 7 

Eastern 6 

Boyd County 6 

Warren Central 6 

Moore 5 

Presentation Academy 4 

Doss 4 

North Hardin 4 

Christian County 4 

Shawnee 4 

Sacred Heart 3 

Notre Dame 3 

Mercy 3 

Madisonville-North Hopkins 3 

Fairdale 3 

Apollo 2 

Butler 2 

Hopkinsville 1 

Laurel County 1 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1983 



Page Nine 



BRYAN STATION HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AAA BOYS 
Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky - May 1, 1983 




(L to R) Front Row: Gerald Robertson, Joe Shearer, William Mason, Marc Logan, Corwell Burbage, Darryl 
Lewis, Robert Miller, William Harris; Back Row: Coach Jack Raker, Anthony Tichenor, Keith Winn, David 
Walker, Tony Davis, Patrick Floyd, Dermontti Dawson, Rodney Chambers, Phillip Wallace, Tim Hardin, 
Coach Paul Woodall. 



100m Dash 

•1 Franklin, Allen (12), Henry Clay 10.65 

2. Dishman, Chris (12), DeSales 10 99 

3. Logan, Marc (12), Bryan Station 11.10 

4. Works, Andre (12), Moore 11 12 

5. Foreman, Chas. (12), Marion Co. 11 15 

200m Dash 

•1 Franklin, Allen (12), Henry Clay 2133 

2. Dishman. Chris (12), DeSales 21.89 

3 Coyle, Tony (11), Tates Creek 2193 

4 Works, Andre (12). Moore 22.66 
5. Crosby, Mike (12), N. Hardin 22 99 

400m Dash 

•1, Dishman, Chris (12), DeSales 47.56 

2. Coyle, Tony (11), Tates Creek 48.16 

3. Logan, Marc (12), Bry. Stat. 49.16 

4. Morton. Jeff (12). Shelby Co 49.49 

5. Hamilton. Joe (10). Ballard 50.48 



800m Run 

1 Hines, Darrin (12), Pulaski Co. 1 

2 Reader, Mike (11). St. Xavier 1 
3. Brame. Mike (12). Marshall Co. 1 
4 Pollard. Tom (12), Manual 1 
5. Shockey, Chuck (12), DeSales 1 



57.79 
58.33 
58.39 
58.74 
59-75 



1600m Run 

1. Collier, Clay (12), Tates Creek 4:19.5 

2 White, Berry (10). Southern 4:23.48 

3. Katchuk, Scott (12), Daviess Co. 4:26 

4. Lovett, Trent (12). Marshall Co. 4:27 

5. Hines, Darrin (12), Pulaski Co. 4:29 9 

3200m Run 

1 Collier, Clay (12). Tates Creek 9:31 02 

2. White, Berry (10), Southern 9:35.05 

3 Harmon, Chuck (11), Campbell Co 9:44.58 

4. Birt, Jeff (11), Atherton 9:52.08 

5. Brown. Dennis (12). Daviess Co. 9:56 39 



110m High Hurdles 

1. Lancaster, Chris (10). Shelby Co. 14.61 

2. Chenault. Chris (11). Henry Clay 14.93 
3 Posey, Gerald (12). Moore 15.23 

4. Marcum. Ricky (11). Madison Cent. 15.38 

5. Wurth, Chris (12). Henderson Co. 15.41 



300m Low Hurdles 

1. Lancaster. Chris (10). Shelby Co. 

2. Stewart, Ken (12). Lafayette 

3. Green. Mark (10). Southern 

4. Crask, Mike (11), St. Xavier 

5. Posey, Gerald (12), Moore 



38. 
38.77 
3895 
3978 
41 30 



800m Relay 



Lafayette 
Shelby County 
Eastern 
Ballard 
Christian County 



2920 

29 78 
2988 

30 78 
32.56 



1600m Relay 

1 . Lafayette 

2. Bryan Station 

3. Eastern 

4 Henderson County 
5. Shelby County 



3:2252 
3:2373 
3:23-83 
3:2441 
3:2634 



Shot Put 

1 Dawson, Dermontti (12), Bry Stat. 56'9V2' 

2 Odie, Joe (12), Henderson Co 54'1iy2' 

3 Smith, James (12). Henry Clay 50'ir 

4 Taylor, Robert (10). Shelby Co. 49'10' 
5. Pfieffer, Mike (10), Trinity 47'11'/2' 

Discus 

1 Dawson, Dermontti (12), Bry, Stat. 163' 

2 West. L- T (12). Apollo 158'6" 

3- Cherry, William (11), PRP 149'4" 

4 Young. Randall (12), Lafayette 148'11" 
5- Bostic, Jeff (12), Ballard 142'4" 

High Jump 

1 Gary Novontony (11). Warren Cent- 6'6" 

2 Jackson. Greg (12). Iroquois 6'6" 
2- Nobles. Leroy (12), PRP 6'6" 

4- Miller, Robert (12). Bry, Stat 6'6" 

5 Baxter. Glenn (12). Bullitt Cent- 6'4 " 

Pole Vault 

1- Castle, Dan (11), Madison Cent, 13'6" 

2. McGuffin, Eric (12). Oldham Co. 12' 

3. Pruitt. Chris (11). St. Xavier ir6" 
4- Algier, Dan (12). DeSales 11'6" 

4. Hall. Glenn (12). Madison Cent. 11'6" 
4. Joseph. Lonnie (12). Manual ir6" 



Long Jump 

1- Nobles. Leroy (12). PRP 

2- Robertson. Gerald (12), Bry Stat 

3. Nelson, Jeff (11), Boone Co 

4. Johnson, Darrell (12), Manual 

5. Jones, George (12), Fern Creek 

Triple Jump 

1 Saunders, Thomas (11). Moore 

2 Robertson. Gerald (12). Bry Stat. 
3. Johnson. Darrell (12). Manual 

4- Nobles, Leroy (12), PRP 
5 Pope. Gary (12), Nelson Co 

'Indicates new state record 



22'6%" 
2V 

2r2%" 
21 ■'/a" 
2VV," 



47'5" 
46'6yj" 

45'6" 
45'2yj" 
44'1%" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Bryan Station 32 

Shelby County 21 

Henry Clay 19 

Tates Creek 19 

Lafayette 18 

DeSales 16 

Pleasure Ridge Park 141/2 

Moore 14 

Southern 11 

Madison Central 9 

St Xavier 9 

Manual 8 

Henderson County 7 

Pulaski County 7 

Eastern 6 

Warren Central 6 

Marshall County 5 

Ballard 4 

Daviess County 4 

Oldham County 4 

Apollo 4 

Iroquois 372 

Boone County 3 

Campbell County 3 

Atherton 2 

Fern Creek 1 

Marion County 1 

Christian County 1 

Trinity 1 

Nelson County 1 

North Hardin 1 

Bullitt Central 1 



Page Ten 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1983 



OFFICIALS WHO RE-REGISTERED BETWEEN AUGUST 1-31, 1983 



Official's Name 


City 


Sport/Rating 








Adams, Denver 


Somerset 


BKA 


Hoffman, Tom 


Villa Hills 


FBC 


Aitken, Kenneth 


Frankfort 


FBA 


Holbrook, Dougie 


Ermine 


FBR 


Akers. Ronnie 


Grethel 


BKR 


Holbrook, Earl 


West Liberty 


BKR 


Amis. John Paul 


Buckhorn 


BAA/BKA 


Holbrook, Gregory 


West Liberty 


BKR 


Amis. Kenneth 


Buckhorn 


BAR/BKR 


Horn. James 


Stearns 


BKR 


Amis, Yance 


Buckhorn 


BAR 


Hornbuckle 


Ashland 


BAR/BKR/FBR 


Anderkin, Richard 


Mt. Vernon 


BKA 


Hourigan, Tim 


Louisville 


BKC 


Angelucci. Armand Jr. 


Lexington 


BAA/BKA/FBA 


Hudson, Michael 


Bardstown 


BKR 


Arflin, Tracy II 


Radcliff 


BAG 


Hudson, Steve 


Clayhole 


BKR 


Arflin, Tracy Sr. 


Radcliff 


FBC 


Jones. J. D. 


Ashland 


BKR 


Argo, Jimmy 


Hickman 


BKR 


Kelley. Jeffrey 


Auburn 


BKA 


Ash, Mikie 


APO, New York 


BAA/BKR/FBA/SBR 


Kidd. Denisa 


Pine Knot 


BKR 


Asher, Michael 


Berea 


BKA/FBR 


King. Russell 


Louisville 


FBR 


Baird, Deborah 


Stanford 


BKR 


Kirk. Charles 


Middlesboro 


BKC/FBC 


Baldwin, Carl 


Williamsburg 


BKC 


Kir1<, Jerry 


Partridge 


FBC 


Barker, David 


Sassafras 


FBC 


Knauer, Glen 


London 


BKC 


Barker. Norman 


Bulan 


FBC 


Leahy, Pat 


Louisville 


FBC 


Bauer, Steve 


Louisville 


SOR 


Lee, Michael 


Florence 


SOR 


Baxter, William 


Glasgow 


BKA 


Lemaster, Ronald 


Flatwoods 


BKR 


Beard. Charles 


Lewisport 


BKC 


Lemker, Pat 


Covington 


VBR 


Beeler, Johanna 


Lebanon JunctionBKR 


Lenox, Robert 


Cynthiana 


BKA 


Belcher, William 


Evarts 


BKR 


Leonard, Jamie 


Calvert City 


BKR 


Bell, Ronald 


Louisville 


BAC/BKC/FBC 


Leslie, Bennett 


Emma 


FBC 


Bertrand, Earl 


Clarksville, Ind. 


BKC 


Lile, Clyde 


Hopkinsville 


BKC/FBC 


Bingham, Ronald 


Lexington 


SOC 


Lindon, Bob 


Lexington 


FBR 


Birkenhauer, Oliva 


Cincinnati. Ohio 


VBR 


Long, William 


Madisonville 


BKC 


Blair, Gail 


Burlington 


VBA 


McClure, Jerry 


Lexington 


BKC 


Bransom, Ben Jr. 


Lexington 


FBC 


McGinty, Steve 


Valley Station 


FBA 


Brewer, Jerry 


Bonnyman 


BKC/FBC 


McGuire, Billy 


Hopkinsville 


BAR 


Brown, Stanley 


Ulvah 


BKA 


Mcintosh, Carl 


Jackson 


BKC 


Brunner, Marc 


Prospect 


SOR 


McVey, Michael 


West Point 


BKR 


Bunch, W Terrell 


Williamsburg 


BKR 


Marcum, H Allen 


Barbourville 


BKR 


Bruchett, Steve 


Hitchins 


BKR 


Maricle, Randal 


Georgetown 


BKA 


Burdette, Wally 


Louisville 


BAC 


Markham, Stan 


Bowling Green 


BAC 


Clark, Owen 


Georgetown 


FBC 


Martin, Terry 


Corbin 


BKC 


Collins, Fred 


Ashland 


BAR 


Marvin, Steve 


Ashland 


FBA 


Combs, Harold 


Jeff 


FBA 


Maxwell, Kay 


Lexington 


BKR 


Combs, Henry 


Quicksand 


BKC 


Mayer, John 


Frenchburg 


BKR 


Compton, Jerry 


Lancaster 


BKA 


Meade, Hobart 


Flat Gap 


BKR 


Cox, Mike 


Hazard 


FBR 


Meade. Winston 


Neon 


FBR 


Creekmore, Milford 


Pine Knot 


BAR/BKA 


Measel. Steve 


West Liberty 


BKR 


Crowe, Kenneth 


Louisville 


BKR 


Meiman. John 


Evansville, Ind. 


FBC 


Daniels, Carl 


Pineville 


BKA 


Menser. Scott 


Dawson Spnngs 


BKC 


Davidson, Harlan Jr 


Hazard 


FBC 


Miles. Charles 


Ashland 


BAA 


Dawson, Jon 


Louisville 


FBR 


Miller. Thomas 


Fort Mitchell 


FBA 


Decker, Bernard 


Elizabethtown 


FBR 


Mohr, Tom 


Alexandria 


BKC 


DeRosa, Joseph 


Paducah 


BKA 


Mosley, Dewey 


Hind man 


BKR 


Dickens, Brian 


Richmond 


FBR 


Mowery, Tom 


Lexington 


SOA 


Dizney, William 


Corbin 


FBR 


Mullins, Ray 


Bedford 


BAR/BKA 


Drake, John II 


Somerset 


BAA/BKA 


Newman, Bill 


Portsmouth, O- 


BKC 


Droz. Lee A 


Inez 


FBA 


Newman, David 


Bowling Green 


BKA 


Eckard. Donald II 


Louisville 


SOR 


Newsome, Jeffrey 


Virgie 


BAR/BKR 


Eckler. Jim 


Lexington 


BKA 


Miles, Lew 


Hardinsburg 


BKR 


Ensslin. Charles 


Barbourville 


BKC/FBA 


OToole, Dennis 


Erianger 


BKA 


Enzweiler. Marilyn 


Melbourne 


BKR 


Peters, Fred 


Lexington 


BKC 


Epperson. James 


Lexington 


FBA 


Pitts, John 


Louisville 


FBA 


Feltner, Danny 


Hazard 


BKC/FBC 


Porter, Jim 


Crescent Spgs. 


WRA 


Finck, Dennis 


Louisville 


FBC 


Prieshoff, Tim 


Villa Hills 


SOR 


Finley, Howard 


Paducah 


BKC/FBR 


Reece, Jerry 


Lexington 


FBC 


Flanery. Ray 


Martin 


BKR 


Reid, Arnold 


East Bernstadt 


BKR 


Foutch, Enoch 


Cumberland 


BKA 


Reinhardt, Bruce 


Lexington 


SOA 


Fox, Joanna 


Drakesboro 


BKC 


Riley, Michael 


Mayfield 


FBA 


Garcia. Chencho 


Nicholasville 


FBC 


Robbins, Michael 


Independence 


BKA/SBR 


Gayheart, Damon 


Allen 


BAR/BKA 


Roby, Michael 


Princeton 


FBA 


Gelbke, Gil 


Fort Thomas 


FBC 


Rouse, Don Jr. 


Williamson, WV 


FBC 


Gibson, Gerald 


Uniontown 


BKA 


Sanders, John 


Harrodsburg 


BKC 


Goble, Kelly 


Inez 


BKA/FBR 


Seals, Harlan 


Neon 


BKR 


Godbey, Tom 


Catlettsburg 


BKfiJFBC 


Seavers, Joe 


Villa Hills 


FBC 


Goodlett, Michael 


Mt, Eden 


BAR/BKA 


Shake, Kennith 


Louisville 


BKC 


Gosney, Donna 


Fort Thomas 


BKA/SBR 


Shartzer, Keith 


Louisville 


BAC 


Grein, William 


Cincinnati, Ohio 


BKR 


Simpson, Bill 


Hazard 


FBR 


Hager, Joe 


Brandenburg 


BKA 


Skaggs, Nathan 


Bowling Green 


BAA/BKA/FBR 


Hall, Ted 


Prestonsburg 


BKC 


Smith. Benny 


Manchester 


BA/VBKC 


Hamilton. Thomas 


Florence 


BKA 


Smith, Burton 


Barbourville 


BAR/BKR/SOR 


Hargrove, David 


Anna, Illinois 


BKA 


Spahr, Scott 


Paducah 


BAA/BKA 


Harlow. Douglas 


Bowling Green 


BKR 


Sparks, Jerry 


Louisville 


FBA 


Harrod, Ron 


Frankfort 


BKR 


Stacy. David 


Sidney 


BKA 


Haynes, William 


Henderson 


BKA 


Standafer, Steve 


Lexington 


FBR 


Heavrin, Brian 


Louisville 


WRR 


Stewart, Steven 


Ashland 


FBR 


Henry, William 


Bowling Green 


FBA 


Stober, Thomas 


Louisville 


BAR 


Hicks, Janet 


Louisville 


BKR 


Sutton. James 


Henderson 


FBC 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1983 



Page Eleven 



Taylor. George 


Russellville 


BAA 


Taylor. Stephen 


Bowling Green 


BKR 


Tharp. Jim 


Louisville 


SBR 


Thomas. James 


Frankfort 


BKR 


Thompson. Jeffrey 


Lexington 


FBC 


Tuitele. Matthew 


Hopkmsville 


FBC 


Vandermale. John 


Lexington 


FBC 


Vest. T. W. 


Flatwoods 


BAR 


Volz. Ted 


Finchville 


WRR 


Walker. Ernest 


Hazard 


FBA 


Watkms. David 


Crestwood 


BKA/SBR 


Watts. Charles 


Radcliff 


FBA 


Wells. Glenn 


Erianger 


FBC 


Wesseling. Catherme 


Villa Hills 


TRR/VBA 


Westhoff. Gregory 


Florence 


FBC 


Wheeler. Brenda 


Russell 


BKA 


Williams, Bobby 


Sonora 


BKC 


Wood, Walter Jr 


Georglown 


FBC 


Wooten, George 


Providence 


BKC 


Wright, Charles Jr 


Ashland 


FBR 


Zerhusen, Miiissa 


Edgewood 


VBR 



OFFICIALS OMITTED 
FROM HANDBOOK 



Head, Lon 
Hume, Carlos 
Logsdon, Charles 
f^erry, Tim 
Meyers. John 
Osting. John D 
Parker. Ronald 



Corbin 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Paducah 

Maysville 

Princeton 

Lexington 



FBC 
SBR 
BAA 
BAR 
BAG 
FBC 
BAR 



FIRST YEAR OFFICIALS 



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BASEBALL 

Maricle. Randal 

BASKETBALL 

Goe. Robert 
Mullins. Jay 

FOOTBALL 

Amos. Christopher 
Biggs. Randall 
Carroll, Stephen 
Cessna, Stephen 
Chambers, Alton 
Cobb, Clarence Jr 
Cornett. Larry 
Cox, Bobby 
Crisp, Gary 
Crowe, Kenneth 
Davis, Thomas 
Dierson, Donald 
Dixon, Ron 
Doerr, Edwin 
Donaldson, Mychal 
Dotson, Ransom 
Emberton, John 
Ferguson, Dennis 
Ferguson, Haywood Jr. 
Fields, Paul 
Gaither. Melvin 
Haberek. Mark 
Hall. Ernest 
Herron, Michael 
Hill, William 
Hudson. Thomas 
Hunter. Charles 
Inman. Keith 
Johnson. Erick 
Johnson. Paul D. 
Joseph. Ricky 
Jude. Lowell 
Justice. Ronald 
Koch. Jeff 
Leigh. Robert 



Georgetown 



Cincinnati. Ohio 
Owensboro 



Fort Campbell 

Ashland 

Louisville 

Lexington 

Madison. Tennessee 

Fort Knox 

Lexington 

Middlesboro 

Prestonsburg 

Louisville 

South Portsmouth 

Louisville 

Ashland 

Martin 

Lexington 

McVeigh 

Owensboro 

Alexandria 

Richmond 

Owensboro 

Radcliff 

Ashland 

Lexington 

Brooks 

Nicholasville 

Baxter 

Pineville 

Elizabethtown 

Clearfield 

Florence 

Prestonsburg 

Winchester 

Florence 

Harrodsburg 

Morehead 



Lewis. Arthur 
Lewis. Stephen 
Lowe. Stanford G 
McGuire. Billy 
McKinney. Allen 
Meisenbach. Heinrich 
Miles, Darryl 
Miller, Terry 
Mullins, Jay 
Pozdol. Samuel 
Quevedo. Armando 
Rmehart. Brad 
Ringo, Frederick 
Sammons, Jeffrey 
Sammons, Terry 
Sammons, Todd 
Shumate, Chuck 
Snively, Allen Jr 
Snowden, Dane 
Stipe, David 
Taylor, George 
Thompson, Mark 
Trimer, Norman Jr 
Wallace, Scott 
Weaver, Richard 
Wood. Steve 

SOCCER 

Barber. Oliver 
Benedict. Tim 
Berger, Philip 
Garcia. Jose 
Kemmerly. Phillip 
Lambert. Tim 
Leermakers. Stephen 
Leport. Fred 
McNamee. Samuel 
Malcolm. J Vincent 
Marable. Dallace 
Wolf. Michael 
Tecklenburg. Don 

VOLLEYBALL 

Bruenderman. Mary 
Morrison. Karen 
Rice. Debra 
Sanderson, John 
Taylor. Ronnie 
Tippett. Sharon 
Tobergte. Daniel 
Young, Arthur 



Fort Knox 

Radcliff 

Russellville 

Hopkmsville 

Prestonsburg 

Fort Knox 

Jeff 

Louisville 

Owensboro 

Willisburg 

Fort Knox 

Radcliff 

Lexington 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Lexington 

Winchester 

Cynthiana 

Russellville 

Georgetown 

Louisville 

Clay 

Louisville 

Hopkmsville 



Louisville 

Louisville 

Lexington 

Lexington 

Clarksville, Tennessee 

Lexington 

Lexington 

Villa Hills 

Lexington 

Louisville 

Florence 

Florence 

Cincinnati, Ohio 



Louisville 

Lexington 

Louisville 

Oneida 

Louisville 

Versailles 

Independence 

Louisville 



RATINGS ON 
BASKETBALL 
OFFICIALS WILL 
BE PUBLISHED 
IN THE OCTOBER 
"ATHLETE." 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1983 



1983 NATIONAL FEDERATION RULE INTERPRETATIONS 
FOOTBALL, SOCCER AND VOLLEYBALL 

FOOTBALL PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS long instead of 1 10 yards 



RULE BOOK -Page 7 

after the word "solid " 



1-3-1 —2nd sentence add "white" 



SITUATION #1: First and 10 for A from B's 35-yard line 
with 30 seconds to play in the (a) 2nd period, or (b) 4th 
period A1 IS tackled inbound after gaining 5 yards and 
during the down B1 commits a personal foul After the 
penalty is assessed, it is 1st and 10 for A from Bs 15 with 20 
seconds remaining in the period The referee starts the 
clock on the ready-for-play. and it expires before A can 
snap the ball In error, the officials do not allow Team A an 
untimed down, although the penalty was accepted for a 
foul which occurred during the last timed down of the 
period While in the dressing room, about 5 minutes later, 
the coach of Team A realizes a rule has been misapplied 
The coach contacts the referee regarding the situation 

RULING: The error of not extending the period with an 
untimed down m either (a) or (b) cannot be corrected. 
Even though in (a), the ball will not become alive for the 
next play until it is kicked, it is too late to question the 
preceding play In order for the procedure to be 
administerable. the coach must request a review of the 
play within 25 seconds, which is the normal ready-for-play 
period The coach would be entitled to a review only if a 
proper request for such a conference was made within a 
25-second period after the 2nd or 4th period had ended 
This play illustrates the importance of the referee glancing 
to either sideline and taking a few seconds before holding 
the ball aloft to indicate the end of the half of game The 
referee would normally be able to tell whether there is a 
problem concerning the last play if this procedure is 
followed If the play m question was the final one in either 
the 1st or 3rd period, the request for review could be made 
and honored until the ball becomes alive to begin the next 
period (3-3-3a, 3-5-8) 

SITUATION #2: Since the players no longer report to 
the umpire regarding required numbers, how will the 
official know which player(s) are using the exception"? 

RULING: When fewer than 5 players numbered 50-79 are 
on the line, each player with another number initially 
positioned between the ends is considered to be under the 
exception Once a player{s) initially assumes such a 
position, he remains ineligible throughout the down 
regardless where he is at the snap In addition. Team A 
must be in a scrimmage formation at the snap (7-2-1a) 

SITUATION #3: A1 throws a forward pass B1 commits 
pass interference A2 catches the pass and scores a touch- 
down Is the penalty enforced on the succeeding kickoff 

RULING: Yes Since the defense fouled during a down 
which resulted in a successful touchdown, the penalty 
may be enforced on the succeeding kickoff The only 
exception is when it occurs during the last timed down of a 
period In that case, the penalty must be declined in order 
for the touchdown to stand (3-3-3: 10-5-4) 

SOCCER PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

Rule Book. Page 39. 3-3-3d. e - Beginning with the fourth 
line It now reads, "who can report and enter the game 
without causing a delay This is to allow for easier 
substitution without interrupting the flow of the game " 

Exam #55 - Change "referee" to "head referee " 

SITUATION #1: Visiting Team B refuses to play a game, 
demanding a forfeit, because the field is only 100 yards 



RULING: Illegal The 110-yard minimum is a recom- 
mendation, not a rule (1-1-1) 

SITUATION #2: Before the game, the official inspects the 
corner flags and finds they are (a) 4 feet high, (b) 3/4 
inches in diameter: (c) made of metal 

RULING: (a), (b) and (c) are all illegal. The corner flags 
shall be at least 5 feet high, at least 1 inch in diameter and 
made of wood, plastic or plastic foam In this case, the 
official would rule the corner flags unsafe and not use 
them, but play the game (1-3-1. 1-3-2. 5-2-2) 

SITUATION #3: Player A is taking a corner kick on a field 
which has a fence close by Player A removes the corner 
flag so that he can kick with more freedom 

RULING: Illegal The corner flag cannot be removed for 
any reason (1-3-3) 

SITUATION #4: Home Team A provides three similar balls 
which meet standards but are not among those officially 
approved by the National Federation The referee allows 
them to be used for game play 

RULING: Legal (2-2-4-NOTE) 

VOLLEYBALL PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

Rule Book - Page 23 — 9-3-3 — After (2) now reads. "... 
until the ball is considered to have crossed the net (9-7-7):" 
Page 27 — 9-7-7 Add (d) — No part of the ball has crossed 
the net and it is legally blocked Page 48 — 9-3-3E — 
Ruling (a) now reads "Illegal: net foul on Team B unless 
Team A has completed their attack, (b) and (c) illegal, 
backline player foul on CB of Team A " Page 49 — 9-5-1 D 

— (b) now reads, simultaneously with her forearms while 
" Page 50 — 9-6-2G — In Ruling, interchange the words 

"successive" and "multiple " In Ruling, add to (a) "Team B" 
and to (b) "Team A has completed its attack " Page 52 — 
10-1-1C — Now reads. "Team Bs substitute reports the 
wrong numbers for the substitution . "Page 53— 10-1-1D 

— Second sentence of Comment now reads. " : however 
the substitute must report to the umpire his/her number 
and the number of the player being replaced " Page 60 — 
#4 — Now reads. " by accepting from the substitute the 
numbers of the substitute and the player being replaced 

" Page 65 — End of last sentence on number 3 now reads, 
signal 2. 4. 6 or 13 " 

SITUATION #1: During a time-out. the referee notices a 
player wearing jewelry 

RULING: The referee should call delay of game after the 
contact of the serve after the time-out (4-1-5) 

SITUATION #2: The umpire notices, prior to the second 
game, that number 23 and number 14 for Team A are 
reversed in serving order according to the lineup sheet 
The umpire notifies the coach of the error The coach then 
corrects the error on the court 

RULING: Correct procedure Preventive officiating may 
occur prior to any game of the match (5-4-1) 

SITUATION #3: After a time-out when 3 new players enter 
the game the captain from Team A requestsa reviewof her 
team's serving order 

RULING: Legal A request for serving order may be made 
by coach or captain when the ball is dead. (6-3-1 b) 



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High School Athlete 




1982 STATE VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS 

Member Of National Federation of State High School Associations 



Official Organ of the 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



OCTOBER, 1983 




Orlando to Host 

National Athletic Directors Conference 

December 11-14, 1983 



More than 1,800 athletic administrators, 
spouses and exhibitors will be in Orlando. Florida, 
over the dates of December 11-14. 1983. Xhen the 
National Federation hosts its Fourteenth Annual 
National Conference of High School Directors of 
Athletics at the Hyatt Orlando in Kissimmee, 
Florida 

The Conference has also been designated as 
the site for the Seventh Annual Meeting of the 
National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators 
Association. 

Program Highlights 

The National Federation is pleased to present 
an outstanding cast of feature speakers, headed by 
Lou Holtz. Football Coach at the University of 
Arkansas. Lou will deliver a challenging keynote 
address "Extend Yourself" (or "If What You Did 
Yesterday Looks Big. Then You Haven't Done f^fluch 
Today!") 

Ty Boyd of Charlotte. North Carolina, who 
served as Master of Ceremonies for the Hall of Fame 
Banquet, and gave an outstanding management 
seminar at last year's Conference, is back again by 
special request. His presentation this year on "Time 
Management" promises to be a Conference 
program highlight 

Roy Kramer. Di rector of Athletics for Vanderbilt 
University in Nashville, Tennessee, will address 
Conference attendees at the second general 
session on Monday morning. His presentation is 
entitled, "Athletic Administration — Why Not Play 
The Game To Win?" 

Jacl( Laimer of Brainerd. Minnesota, is the 
featured speaker at the closing general session on 
Wednesday morning His closing address, "How 
Good Are You''" is laced with plenty of humor but 
also includes a motivational message dealing with 
how we relate to others in our lives. 

Three Great l\^eal Functions 

The Conference Luncheon on Monday will be 
the occasion for the presentation of NIAAA Dis- 
tinguished Service Awards to some very deserving 
individuals and will feature an address by George 
Steinbrenner, owner of the New York Yankees, 
speaking on, "Young People — America's Greatest 
Resource." 

Last year's inaugural IHall of Fame Banquetwas 
an outstanding success and this year's promises to 
be an even greater occasion For the first time, out- 
standing athletes as well as coaches and athletic 
administrators will be inducted into the National 
High School Sports Hall of Fame 

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes again 
welcomes all Conference attendees and their 
spouses to their traditional breakfast and program 
that will feature an address by a leading sports 
personality. 

Outstanding Seminar Programs 

This year's Conference will feature two 
concurrent seminars on Tuesday morning and 
afternoon The first session includes a seminar on. 
"Sports. Alcohol and Drug Abuse" and will be led by 
Ron Heitzinger, President of Heitzinger and Assoc- 
iates of Madison, Wisconsin, a private education 
and consulting firm specializing in alcohol/drugs 
and health/wellness. 

Mil<e Zinn. of Dearborn. Michigan, will lead a 
concurrent seminar on motivation. His presenta- 
tion, "Creating An Environment For Success " will 
provide information on a number of motivational 
strategies and an understanding of human behavior 
concepts- 
Tuesday afternoon's seminar session features 
two more outstanding programs. One on the. "Man- 
agement of Stress" conducted by Allen Gilberti, 
director of Corporate Training for the Niagara 
Mohawk Power Corporation in Syracuse, New York. 
The alternate program is the always popular, 
"Sports Medicine Seminar. " which will feature Jim 
Flanagan. General Manager of Nautilus Sports/ 
Medical Industries who will deliver an informative 
and thought-provoking presentation on the future 
of, "Resistence Exercise." 



Comprehensive Workshop Program Featured 

In addition to the general sessions and 
seminars. 17 workshop topics and round table 
discussions will be scheduled over three separate 
sessions, with the most popular topics being re- 
peated during the second and third workshop 
periods. They cover everything from "Academic 
Requirements for Student Athletes" to "Salary 
Schedules and Negotiating Strategies." Other 
topics include two different Computer Workshops, 
"New Innovations in Coaches Evaluation Tech- 
niques." a "Game Plan for Retirement," "Admin- 
istration of Girls Programs." "Athletic Codes of 
Conduct and Discipline." "Cable TV," "Counseling 
the College-Bound Athlete." the "Athletic Director 
and the Contest Official," the always popular 
"Assistance for the New Athletic Director," as well 
as some special interest topics such as "In-Service 
Programs for State Athletic Director Associations," 
"Junior High Programs." "Concerns of Private 
School Programs," and "Administrative Concerns 
in Multi-School Districts." In addition, there will be 
the popular Round Table Discussions for both small 
and large schools. 

Preconference Tours to Kennedy Space Center 

For those arriving early, arrangements will be 
made for an optional tour to Cape Kennedy on 
Saturday and Sunday, December 10 and 1 1 , In place 
of the traditional Conference Tours on Monday 
afternoon, attendees will be free to take advantage 
of the outstanding attractions at EPCOT and/or 
Walt Disney World. 

Hotel Room Reservations 

All Conference activities will be held at the 
Hyatt Orlando where 900 rooms will be available to 
Conference attendees. Very special Conference 
room rates of $45 single or multiple occupancy are 
available at the Hyatt. Please Note: All room 
reservation requests must be made on the special 
Conference room reservation form available from 
the National Federation- 
Conference Registration 

Conference registration forms and hotel room 
reservation cards will be sent to all NIAAA members, 
as well as all athletic administrators who have 
attended one or more of the National Conferences 
during the past five years. 

Registration forms, room reservation cards and 
exhibit information may also be secured by writing 
the National Federation office at P.O. Box 20626, 
Kansas City. Missouri 64195. or by telephone 816/ 
464-5400. 

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the anticipated heavy 
enrollment, there is a possibility that registration 
will be cut off when the attendance appears to 
overtax the meeting facilities at the Hyatt Orlando. 
For this reason, it is imperative that anyone wishing 
to attend pre-register and under no circumstances 
should anyone come to Orlando without prior 
registration or some indication from the National 
Federation that registrations can be accepted in 
Orlando. 

Conference Activity Fee 

The Conference Activity Fee is $60 and 
includes all Conference meal functions, and social 
events All current (1983-84) NIAAA members who 
register prior to December 1 may take a $10 
discount off their Conference Activity Fee. 

The spouses' registration fee is $10 and 
includes all Conference activities except the 
Monday Luncheon and Tuesday Banquet. These 
tickets may be purchased separately for $10 for the 
Luncheon and $23 for the Banquet. 

The spouses' registration also includes the 
Sunday Evening Hospitality Party, a continental 
breakfast and program on Monday morning, and a 
shopping tour to Lake Buena Vista on Tuesday. 

Refund Policy 

A refund of advance payment, minus a $5 
cancellation fee. will be made to any registrant who 
must cancel, provided notice of cancellation has 
been received by the National Federation no later 
than Friday, December 9, 1983. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIV, NO. 3 



OCTOBER, 1983 



$5.00 




"KENTUCKY 
ATHLETIC 
DIRECTIONS" 



Kentuckians Claim National Spotlight 

Congratulations to KHSAA Commissioner Tom Mills 
for his selection as Vice President of ttie National 
Federation for 1983-84. 

Tom has been a member of the National Federation 
Executive Committee since July, 1982. He has been very 
active, serving on the National Federation Football Rules 
Committee and the National Federation Fund Committee. 

Also gaining much deserved national recognition is 
Jim Watkins, Athletic Director of Southern H.S. in Louis- 
ville. Jim was recently appointed by the National 
Federation to the National Athletic Director's Advisory 
Board representing Section II. This area includes the 
District of Columbia. Delavi^are, Kentucky, Maryland, 
Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia 

Other Kentuckians who are presently serving on 
NIAAA committees for this year are; Joe Judy (Harrison 
County) - Awards; Elmer Collina (Butler) - Elections and 
Credentials: Jim Reuther (Ballard) - Member Services; 
Rev. Harry Jansing (Trinity) - Membership; Ray Cope 
(Fern Creek) - Professional Development; Jim Watkins 
(Southern) - Publications and State Liaison; and Paul 
Young (Saint Xavier) - Ways and Means. 

We are very pleased and proud that Kentucky has 
taken an active role in our national organizations. We invite 
all Kentucky Athletic Directors to get involved in all our 
organizations, both State and National. 

If you desire more information concerning State and 
National information and opportunities, please contact 
me. 

Jim Reuther 
President, K.A.D.A 



FROM THE COMMISIONER'S OFFICE 



MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the K. H.S. A. A. Office Building, Lexington, 
Kentucky, on Saturday morning, October 8, 1 983. The meeting vi/as 
called to order by President Charles Black at 9:30 a.m. with all 
Board members, Commissioner Tom IVIills, Executive Assistant 
Billy V. Wise, Asst. Commissioners Brigid L. DeVries and Louis 
Stout present. Conley Manning was present representing the State 
Department of Education. The invocation was given by Alvis 
Johnson. 

President Black called on Dr. Mack Jackson who had 
requested to appear before the Board to ask for an appeal of By-law 
8 as it pertains to Cross Country. Following Dr. Jackson's 
presentation, and a lengthy discussion thereof, Bob Rogers moved 
that the Commissioner continue to interpret By-Law 8 as stated as 
it relates to Cross Country and that the Board study the possibility 
of recommending to the Delegate Assembly a change in the By- 
Law to add Cross Country to those sports that are not subject to the 
rule. John Brock seconded the motion and it passed by a vote of 8 
in favor and 1 opposed. 

Dr. Quinn Bailey, Chairman of theSports MedicineCommittee 
of the Kentucky Medical Association came before the Board to 
discuss some concerns that he, the K.M.A. and the Board members 
had with early season football practice and heat related problems. 

He first thanked the Board for allowing him to come and speak 
to them and stated how much he appreciated the steps taken by the 




Association to protect the health of the athlete. He complimented 
Billy Wise for the work he does with the officials. 

Dr. Bailey distributed the following Resolution to the Board 
members which the K.M.A. Board of Trustees had submitted to the 
House of Delegates: 

RESOLUTION 

WHEREAS, competition is scheduled in the 
State's high school football program as early as the 
second week in August, and 

WHEREAS, some of the State's high school 
teams begin contact practice sessions at leastthirty 
days prior to their first competition, and 

WHEREAS, the Committee on School Health, 
Physical Education and Medical Aspects of Sports 
has been monitoring these conditions for years and 
has taken steps through educational programs for 
coaches, trainers and officials to work to prevent 
heat exhaustion and heat stroke and promote 
conditioning to address these problems, and 

WHEREAS, the risk to the State's football, and 
soon soccer, players to these health hazards is 
becoming more acute each year, now therefore be it 

RESOLVED, that the Kentucky Medical 
Association work with the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association and offer the resources of 
K.M.A. to help insure the health of the State high 
school athletes who compete during the excessive 
heat and humidity of Kentucky's summer and early 
fall periods. 

Dr. Bailey explained that it was the desire of the K.M.A, that the 
KHSAA, and K.M.A, form a committee composed of Supt. E.R. 
Purdom, Jr., Danville; WD. Kelley, State Board of Education: 
Principal Glenn Riedel, Paul Blazer High School, Ashland; Dr. 
Garner Robinson, K.M.A. Board of Trustees; Bobby Barton, 
Eastern Kentucky University Head Athletic Trainer: Jim LeMaster, 
State Representative: Dr. Fred Austin, Paducah: Dr. Quinn Bailey: 
and Billy Wise. It was suggested that Alvis Johnson, K. H.S. A. A. 
Board of Control; Jim Reuther, President, Kentucky High School 
Athletic Directors Association; and John Radjunas, Kentucky High 
School Coaches Association be appointed to serve on the 
committee. 

Following a discussion of K.M.A. planned activities, Chester 
Turner moved that the KHSAA, participate in and support the 
K.M.A in helping to provide a safer environment for athletes. Pat 
Crawford seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. 

President Black then called on William Hardin, Washington 
County High School, who appeared before the Board to appeal the 
Limitation of Seasons regulation as it applies to 9th Grade Girls 
Basketball. Following his presentation and a discussion thereof. 
President Black referred Mr, Hardin's request to the All-Sports 
Committee tor further study and recommendation. 

Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that the 
minutes of the October 8 meeting be approved. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

John Brock made the motion, seconded by David Webb, that 
all bills oftheAssociation for the period beginning July 1, 1983, and 
ending September 30, 1983, be allowed. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Alvis Johnson, Chairman of the All-Sports Committee, madea 
motion that the following committee's recommendations be 
approved by the Board. Pat Crawford seconded the motion. 

1. Recommends that a contestant shall have 
competed in a minimum of four (4) high school 
tennis matches representing a member school 
during the regular season to be eligible to compete 
in the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored regional and/or state 
tournaments. Effective beginning with the 1984-85 
school year. 

2. Recommends that the scoring procedure in track 
be changed to conform with National Federation 
Rule Book and that medals be given for six (6) 
places, (This would call for two (2) additional 
medals per event in the Regional and Sectional 
Meets and an additional one (1) place in the State 
Finals.) 



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OCTOBER, 1983 VOL. XLIV, NO. 3 

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Editor TOM MILLS 

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BOARD OF CONTROL 

President-Charles Black (1980-1984) Barbourville, Vice 
President -Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) Monticello, 
Directors-John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead, Whaylon 
Coleman (1980-1984) Owensboro, Patrick L. Crawford 
(1982-1986) Louisville, Alvis Johnson (1980-1984) 
Harrodsburg, Robert Rogers (1981-1985) Barlow, Ray 
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Fort Thomas, David Webb (1983-1986) Brownville, 
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3. Recommends ttiat the member schools be 
surveyed to determine if they prefer to continue the 
present setup (Sectionals) or return to the previous 
plan in track. (Previously, the winner and runner-up 
at the Regional level advanced to the State.) 

4. Recommends that several districts and regions in 
baseball be realigned to create a more equal 
distribution of teams. In addition, Mr. Stout w/as 
instructed to study the present alignment for 
needed changes and improvement for the future 
and present recommendations to the next meeting 
of the Board for consideration. 

Following a discussion of the report, the motion carried 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills presented a Preliminary Proposal for the 
televising of the Finals of Boys and Girls Basketball Tournament 
and Football Championship games beginning in 1984. Following a 
discussion, Pat Crawford moved, seconded by Chester Turner, 
that the Board authorize the Commissioner to continue his 
negotiations with the interested party and to advertise for 
additional bids with the understanding that the accepted bid will be 
for one year with an option to renew. The motion carried by a vote 
of 7 in favor and 2 opposed. 

Commissioner Mills discussed the need for a deadline date for 
schools submitting an application to join the Association. Bob 
Rogers moved that September 1 be established as the deadline 
date for accepting new applications for membership in the 
Association. John Brock seconded the motion. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills reminded the Board that December 1 was 
the deadline for submitting proposals for changes to be made in the 
Constitution and By-Laws. President Black appointed Eldon 
Davidson to chair the committee to study the Constitution and By- 
Laws. 

Alvis Jotinson made the motion that the next Board of Control 
meeting be held at the Executive Inn East in Louisville on Friday, 
November 25, at 9:00 a.m. to hear appeals and on Saturday, 
November 26, at the same time and location for the regular Board 
meeting. The motion was seconded by Pat Crawford and carried 
unanimously- 
State Board of Education representative Conley Manning 



reported to the Board that paraprofessional requests had 
increased over the past two years. He also reported that 
Superintendent Raymond Barber had sent letters to school 
superintendents and principals regarding heat related problems. 
There being no further business, Patrick Crawford moved, 
seconded by Alvis Johnson, that the meeting be adjourned. The 
motion carried unanimously. 



Swimming Committee 
Meeting Minutes 

The Swimming Committee met on Wednesday, October 5, 
1983, at the K.H.S.A.A. Office in Lexington. Assistant 
Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries called the meeting to order at 1:30 
p.m Committee members present included: Tim Cahill, Jim Wilds. 
Dave Webb, Mike Daniel, Terry Hile, Joel Cyganiwicz, Tom Ross 
and Jack Thompson. Absent were Tedd Pearce and Karen 
Vanover. 

The first item on the agenda was the selection of regional sites. 
The managers and sites are as follows: Central Kentucky Region — 
Tim Cahill, Model High School, Richmond: Jefferson County 
Region - Jack Thompson. Lakeside Pool, Louisville: Western 
Kentucky Region - Tom Ross, Bowling Green High School, 
Bowling Green: Northern Kentucky Region - Dave Webb, Scott 
High School, Covington. 

The Committee reviewed the Regional Tournament 
information and suggested the following changes: 

1. Under Entry Deadline, it was recommended that entries be 
sent to the regional managers by certified mail. 

2- With regard to Entry Cards, it was suggested that the full 
name for the swimmer or diver be underlined. Also, if more 
entry cards are needed, schools may call the K.H.S.A.A. 
Office and request more- 
Ms. DeVries circulated a new diving scoring form which was 
revised by the National Federation Swimming and Diving Rules 
Committee. The diving forms are currently available through the 
National Federation Office, 

The Committee then discussed the State Information and 
suggested the Time Schedule be revised and sent to all schools as 
well as the Regional Managers. 

The Committee covered the new rule changes listed in the 
1983-84 National Federation Swimming and Diving Rule Book. 
Also a discussion ensued with regard to admission charges for the 
regional and state meets. The admission price was not changed for 
the 1983-84 State Meet. Each regional manager will be responsible 
for setting the fee for the Regional Meets. 

Other items included a lengthy discussion of the new 
Limitations of Seasons regulations as they pertain to swimming. 
Ms. DeVries suggested that concerns regarding the new regulation 
be put in writing, for review by the Board of Control. 

Tim Cahill, representing the National Interscholastic Swim 
Coaches Association, distributed applications for membership to 
the Committee members. 

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned. 



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1983-84 NATIONAL FEDERATION SWIMMING & DIVING 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART I 






PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 



Rule Book 

Page 39 — #3 — Second line change "touch" to "finish pad". Page 48 — 5-1 -1 B — ". . . between the fourth and sixth events". Page 51 — 6-2-3A — (b) 47.9 
(delete 0). Page 52 — Change 5-3-2-1 to 4-2-1-0 and change 8-4-2 to 6-3-1 . Page 60 — 9-6-2G — Line 4. delete (9) . Page 61 — 9-7-5K — Ruling; Judges shall 
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SITUATION #1: During the nnedley relay in a championship meet, the 

poolside and lane takeoff judges note an illegal takeoff in lane 2. After the 

race, the tviio takeoff judges confer to confirm the disqualification. 

RULING: Incorrect procedure. Each takeoff judge is to submit his 

disqualification card to the referee who ultimately makes the 

disqualification. (4-6-2) 

SITUATION #2: In a championship meet, qualifying standards have been 

set. Team A's 400-yard freestyle relay entry card is submitted with a seed 

time made up of a composite of the best times swum by 4 of the listed 

swimmers in the 1 00-yard freestyle who have never competed together as 

a relay. 

RULING: It is up to meet management to determine policy regarding this 

when meet information is sent out to participating teams. (5-2-1) 

SITUATION #3: Twenty swimmers are entered in the limed final 

championships of the 50-yard freestyle in a 6-lane pool. The fastest 1 7 are 

seeded in heats 2, 3, 4 and the slowest 3 swimmers are seeded in heat 1. 

RULING: Correct procedure. There shall be a minimum of 3 seeded 

competitors in any preliminary or timed final heat. (5-3-5) 

SITUATION #4: Three contestants swimming in the same heat of the 

preliminaries of the 200 freestyle in a 6-lane pool record an automatic time 

of 1 :48.31 which ties them for 5th, 6th and 7th fastest qualifying times. The 

automatic judging equipment, however, selects Swimmer A as finishing 

ahead of Swimmer B and Swimmer B finishing ahead of Swimmer C. 

RULING: The automatic judging equipment shall be used to determine the 

order of finish and Swimmer A and B qualify for the championship final 

while Swimmer C qualifies for the consolation finals. (5-4-4) 

SITUATION #5: During the preliminaries of the 100 yard freestyle. 

Swimmer A from heat 1 has a time of :50.15 Swimmer B from heat 2 has a 

time :50.15. During a swim-off for sixth and seventh place. Swimmer A has 

a time of :49.95, Swimmer B has a time of :50.55. Swimmer A is seeded into 

the finals with a time of :49.95. 

RULING: Incorrect procedure. A time achieved in a swim-off is not 

considered in seeding for the finals. Swimmer A should be seeded in sixth 

place with a time of :50.15. (5-4-5) 

SITUATION #6: Because of illness or injury, alternates are to be used in 

either the consolation or championship finals The top 2 qualifiers for the 

consolation finals have identical times, their places cannot be determined 

by an automatic system. 

RULING: Seeding for first alternate qualifiers for a consolation or 

championship heat shall be determined by lot. (5-4-7) 

SITUATION #7: By prior mutual consent, a dual meet swum in a 6-lane 

pool is to be scored using 4-lane scoring. Both teams enter 3 competitors 

for each event. 

RULING: Incorrect procedure. Each team may enter 2 competitors per 

event. (7-1-2B) 

SITUATION #8: The referee turns the swimmers over the 'starter. The 

starter gives the starting command. "Swimmers, take your mark." 

RULING: Correct procedure. (8-1-1) 

COMMENT: The comma in this command indicates a noticeable pause. 

SITUATION #9: Timers stop their watches when a backstroker: (a) 

intersects the vertical plane of the end wall, (b) touches the end wall; (c) 

when his head touches the automatic finish pad 

RULING: (a) Incorrect procedure (8-2-1f); (b) Correct procedure (6-2-1); 

(c) Correct procedure (8-2-1f). 

SITUATION #10: The backup timers, operating manual watches when 

automatic judging and timing equipment is being used, stop their watches 

when the swimmer: (a) touches the finish pad; (b) touches the finish end of 

the pool, but not the pad. 

RULING: (a) Correct procedure; (b) Incorrect procedure. When automatic 

judging and timing is used, the legal finish is made by touching the pad. (8- 

2-1 f; 8-2-2f; 8-2-3f; 8-2-4f) 

SITUATION #11: At the finish of a race a breaststroker drops one shoulder 

upon contact with finish pad. 

RULING: Illegal. (8-2-2b) 

COMMENT: The body shall remain on the breast with both shoulders in 

the horizontal plane except on the turn. 

SITUATION #12: During a swimming event Swimmer A intersects the 

vertical plane of the adjacent lane with: (a) the recovery arm of the 

butterfly, (b) the leg during the breaststroke kick. 



RULING: The swimmer in (a) and (b) should not be disqualified. (8-4-1a) 
COMMENT: However, if the swimmer had interfered with a swimmer in an 
adjacent lane, he/she would have been disqualified. 
SITUATION #13: In the backstroke. Swimmer A executes a turn and 
surfaces in the adjacent lane. Realizing the error the swimmer ducks under 
the lane line and returns to his/her assigned lane. 
RULING: The swimmer shall be disqualified. (8-4-1 b) 
COMMENT: In this situation the swimmer has clearly moved out of his/her 
assigned lane. 

SITUATION #14: On the dive sheet, a diver has listed then performs dive 
#303. reverse IV SS pike position, degree of difficulty - 2.7. 
RULING: No penalty will be assessed for the wrong degree of difficulty 
being listed. This is to be corrected by the diving referee as quickly as 
possible. (9-3-4) 

SITUATION #15: On the dive sheet, a diver has listed dive #302. reverse 1 
SS pike position, degree of difficulty - 1 .7. The diver performs dive #303. a 
reverse 1'.- SS in pike position, degree of difficulty - 2.5. 
RULING: Failed dive because dive #302 is a reverse SS. The dive number 
takes precedence over the written description of the dive. (9-3-4) 
COMMENT: Even though this error should have been detected and 
corrected by the diving referee when checking the diving scoresheets, the 
ultimate responsibility for accuracy of the dive scoresheets rests with the 
diver. 

SITUATION #16: A diver performing a forward I'/z SS. 1 twist (5132) uses 
the tuck position. 

RULING: The dive is judged deficient by the diving judges, awarding the 
diver 2% to 4 points. (9-7-2; 9-7-3) 

SITUATION #17: The automatic timing and judging equipment 
malfunctions for lane 4. The times and places for the automatic and back- 
up systems are as follows: 

AUTOMATIC: 



Lane 

Place 
Time 

Lane 

Place 
Time 



BACK-UP: 



1 

5 

25.0 


2 

3 
246 


3 

1 
24.1 


4 


5 

2 
24.3 


6 

4 
24.7 


1 

6 

25.1 


2 

4 
24.4 


3 

1 
24.0 



Lane 

Place 
Time 



Lane 4 5 6 

Place 3 2 5 

Time 24.2 24.1 24.5 

RULING: Lane 4 takes 3rd place, and if a time for qualifying is needed, lane 
4's time is 24.2, even though lane 5. which took 2nd place, has an official 
time of 24.3. (6-3-3) 

SITUATION #18: In a championship meet using automatic timing, the 
back-up timer notices that the touch pad has moved clear to one side of the 
8' lane. The back-up timer stops the watch when the swimmer legally 
touches the finish wall where the touch pad should have been located. 
RULING: Correct procedure. (6-3-3) 

SITUATION #19: By prior mutual consent, a dual meet swum in a 6-lane 
pool, individual events may be scored 4-2-1-0. 
RULING: Legal. (7-1-2b) 

SITUATION #20: At the start of the race, a swimmer unnecessarily delays 
assuming the starting position and is called for a "false start." The same 
swimmer does not remain motionless prior to the second start, the 
swimmer is disqualified from the event. 
RULING: Correct procedure. (8-1-3) 

SITUATION #21: In executing a reverse 2 SS (tuck position), the diver pulls 
his knees in by his ears to speed his rotation. The judges do not deduct 
because that is just a different technique for executing a tuck SS. 
RULING: Incorrect procedure. The deduction for spreading the knees in 
the tuck position is '/!-2 points. (9-8-2d) 



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1983-84 NATIONAL FEDERATION BOYS GYMNASTICS 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

INSTALLMENT I 



SITUATION #1: It is the superior judge's responsibility to inquire about 
any unusual facility problems with the meet director. 
RULING: Correct, (2-2-1a[4]) 

SITUATION #2: The superior judge changes judge number 3's score in 
order to bring the 2 middle scores into range. The superior judge should 
notify judge number 3, without conferencing, that her score's been 
changed. 

RULING: Correct procedure. A judge needs to l<now when her score's 
been changed so she can maintain consistency in her scores. (2-2-1 a) 
SITUATION #3: A gymnast begins her routine without presenting herself 
to the superior judge. Upon completion of the routine, she leaves the 
competitive area without presenting herself to the superior judge. Total 
deduction is 0.4 off her average score. 
RULING: Correct procedure. (2-2-1 m[2]) 

SITUATION #4: An all-around gymnast is dissatisfied with her 
performance on the beam and uses profanity. The superior judge 
disqualifies the gymnast in that event and all-around competition. 
RULING: Correct. (3-2-2, 5-2-4) 

SITUATION #5: In a nonqualifying dual meet a coach has an all-around 
gymnast and has her compete last in all of her events. 
RULING: Legal. (3-5-4) 

SITUATION #6: What is the MDR Deduction in the following situations? 
MOUNT ROUTINE DISMOUNT 

a. Ivledium Full Difficulty Medium 

b. fvledium High Superiors Medium 

c. Medium High Superiors Nothing 

d. Superior High Superiors Medium 
RULING: a — 0; b, d — 0.1; c — 0.2 (4-1-3A2i, 6-3-2d, 7-3-2d) 
SITUATION #7: A gymnast performs a hecht. tuck back salto dismount off 
the bars. In executing the salto, she separates her legs and pulls them in 
close to her ears to speed her rotation. The judges take an execution 
deduction of 1-0.4 depending on the degree of leg separation. 
RULING: Correct procedure. (4-1-3B1a[1]) 

SITUATION #8: After averaging all the judges scores, a tie is not broken for 

first place on an event. The tie stands; both gymnasts remain in first place. 

RULING: Correct. (4-3-1) 

SITUATION #9: During a FX routine, a gymnast's teammates clap their 

hands along with the music. The S J deducts 1.0 from the team's final score 

for deliberate disruptive behavior by her team. 

RULING: Crowd or teammate support is ruled disruptive only when it's 

loud enough that the performer and judge cannot hear her music or a beam 

contestant and judge can't hear the warning from the timer. (5-1 -5f) 

SITUATION #10: In her UPB routine, the gymnast performs a back seat 

circle on the HB facing inward and drops to a catch straddle glide kip on 

the LB (peach). Salto credit is given for component parts. 

RULING: Correct. (6-2-2f) Salto credit is given for the following moves on 

UPB: Front Salto; Uphill Salto; Peach; Handstand LB "pop", catch HB: 

Dismounts — Toe on back off; Toe on front off; Fly-away; Straddle cut to 

HB bounce, back salto. 

SITUATION #11: The gymnast is missing a handstand and a 180° twist 

from her routine on the uneven parallel bars. The judge awards 0.5 in 

component parts since the other 5 component parts were included. 

RULING: Incorrect. All 8 component parts must be included to receive the 

total 0.5 in that category; therefore a 0.2 deduction would be taken from the 

2 missing parts. (6-2-2; 6-3-1) 

SITUATION #12: Gymnast performs a glide kip regrasp then does a drop 

glide kip to the LB. The gymnast is awarded BBS under combinations and 

connections. 

RULING: Correct procedure. (6-3-2i) 

SITUATION #13: During a UPB routine, a coach assists the gymnast on 3 

skills and stands between the bars throughout the routine. A 2.0 in neutral 

deductions is taken by each judge. 

RULING: Incorrect. The total neutral deduction would be 1 .8. (6-3-6e, 6-3- 

6f) 

SITUATION #14: While dismounting the bars, the gymnast comes to an 

erect stand on the LB prior to doing a tuck back salto and the judge voids 

the dismount. 

RULING: Incorrect. 1.0 deduction is taken for a dismount originating from 

an erect stand: however salto and superior difficulty are awarded. (6-3-61) 

SITUATION #15: Gymnast performs a glide kip, Vjturn, glide kip regrasp. 

The gymnast is awarded BBS under combinations and connections. 

RULING: Incorrect procedure. (6-4-1 b(2]) 

SITUATION #16: For her beam mount a gymnast executes a front 

handspring, round-off from the board onto the beam. The timer starts the 

watch the moment the gymnast takes her first step. 

RULING: Incorrect. The clock and judging shall begin at the moment the 

gymnast's hands or feet leave the floor or board prior to the last skill on to 

the beam (the round-off). (7-2-1 a) 



SITUATION #17: A gymnast mounts the beam with a handstand walkout 

on the end, then performs a 1 % turn, back extension, step to front salto, % 

turn, cat leap, run, split leap. How many passes has she completed? 

RULING: One. Only the cat leap, run,splitleapisapassandonly if it moves 

from support to support (at the perpendicular support). (7-3-2c) 

SITUATION #18: The gymnast performs a hip-high leap (push off left, land 

right), steps left, performs another hip-high leap (push off right, land left). 

She is awarded credit for back-to-back superiors. 

RULING: Incorrect procedure. She has taken a step between the landing. 

A leap is defined as a skill in which the gymnast pushes off from 1 foot and 

lands on the opposite foot. (7-3-21) 

SITUATION #19: During the beam routine, the coach squats down beside 

the beam when the gymnast performs a front salto. The judges take a 

neutral deduction of 0.3. 

RULING: Incorrect procedure. The coach was not "standing or walking 

along the side of the beam". (7-3-6c) 

SITUATION #20: A gymnast double bounces on the board for her beam 

mount. The superior judge takes a 0.5 deduction from her event score for a 

fall. 

RULING: Incorrect. A 0.5 neutral deduction for falls is taken by each judge. 

(7-3-6f) 

SITUATION #21: A gymnast performs a planche with bent arms. The 

gymnast is awarded superior difficulty and an execution deduction of 0.1- 

0.4 is taken for the bent arms. 

RULING: Correct procedure. (7-4-2b[2]) 

SITUATION #22: The gymnast announces a Tsuk vault and performs a 

tuck Tsuk vault. On her second vault, she announces a pike Tsuk. Superior 

judge informs her that the second vault would be the same as the first; 

therefore it would be a void vault. 

RULING: Correct. The body position must be announced on each vault if 

the same vault with a different body position is to be performed. (8-2-4c) 

SITUATION #23: After announcing a handspring on-full twist off vault, the 

gymnast executes a handspring on-half twist off. The vault is voided. 

RULING: Correct procedure. There is no handspring on-half off vault. (8- 

5-1) 

SITUATION #24: How would you credit the following series on floor 

exercise with regard to number of: (a) skills; (b) component parts; (c) 

difficulties? Run, round.off, back salto layout walkout, walkover to the 

splits. ; 

RULING: (a) 5 skills: (fa) 3 component parts (roundoff is a wheel, back 

salto, walkover to splits is tumbling flexibility or creative balance on any 

base of support; (c) 1 superior for round-off, back salto and 1 medium for 

walkover to splits. (9-2-3, 9-4-6b[3], 9-4-9c[4|) 

SITUATION #25: The gymnast performs the following skills on floor 

exercise: aerial cartwheel, round-off and butterfly. All of these skills 

receive credit for Vz twist tumbling under component parts. 

RULING: Incorrect procedure. None of these skills involve an airborne 

twist of 180° or more. (9-2-3b[5]) 

SITUATION #26: In a floor exercise routine, the gymnast performs a 

roundoff, punch ''? turn into a dive roll. This series satisfies the tumbling 

component part for twisting. 

RULING: Correct. Twist must be airborne. (Def.; 9-2-3b[5]) 

SITUATION #27: A gymnast performs a double full twist. Is it a BBS? 

RULING: No. The skill is a continuous one. The second double could not 

be performed without the preceding twist. If the gymnast did not have 2 or 

more superior elements without interruption she would lose 0.2 for lacking 

BBS. (9-3-21) 

SITUATION #28: Which of the following series are back-to-back 

superiors? 

a. Aerial cartwheel (push off right, land left - right), ^h turn to aerial 
cartwheel (push off right, land left - right). 

b. Run, front salto, run, round-off, backhandspring, back salto. 

c. Front handspring, front salto walkout (walkout right - left), round-off 
(push off right), back handspring, back salto. 

d. Aerial walkover (push off right, land left - right), step left, aerial 
walkover (push off right, land left - right). 

e. Aerial walkover (push off right, land left), aerial walkover (push right, 
land left - right). 

RULING: (a), (b), (d) are NOT back-to-back superiors; (c) and (e) are BBS. 

(7-3-2i, 9-3-2i) 

SITUATION #29: In taping the gymnast's floor exercise music: (a) the 

coach ends the music by just turning off the recorder in the middle of a 

note; (b) within the floor exercise music, there is an obvious cut in the 

middle of a note. The judges would deduct 0.2 for discord of music in each 

case. 

RULING: Correct procedure. (9-3-4c) 



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® 



1983-84 NATIONAL FEDERATION GIRLS GYMNASTICS 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

INSTALLMENT I 



These Interpretations of the National Federation Rules do not set aside nor 
modify any rule. 

SITUATION #1: A horizontal bar floor plate pulls out of the floor during the 

warm-up before the start of a meet and cannot be repaired- 

RULING: The head judge should rule to omit the event from the meet. (2-2- 

1) 

SITUATION #2: An 8" landing mat is placed on top of a 4" landmg mat for a 

horizontal bar dismount. 

RULING: 0.3 deducted from individual score. (2-2-2a) 

SITUATION #3: Event equipment does not meet specifications. 

RULING: Event shall not be performed and 30.00 awarded visiting team(s) 

and host team given 00.0 (2-2-2b) 

SITUATION #4: The competitor completes his mount on the parallel bars 

while still wearing the shorts he wore while competing in the floor exercise 

event. 

RULING: Deduct 0.3 from individual score for improper uniform. (2-3-1; 

2-3-3a) 

SITUATION #5: A gymnast performs a floor exercise routine in short and 

no footwear. 

RULING: No deduction. (2-3-1) 

SITUATION #6: The top all-around gymnast score is added to the team 

score for total team score. 

RULING: Incorrect procedure. (2-5-6) 

SITUATION #7: A gymnast fails to recognize the head judge before he 

starts his exercise. 

RULING: Deduct 0.3 from event score. (2-6-3c) 

SITUATION #8: A gymnast takes an inordinant amount of time to chalk-up 

before his turn. 

RULING: 3 deducted from event score for delay of meet. (2-6-3b) 

SITUATION #9: Three judges arrive for a meet and are used for each event. 

RULING: Illegal. Either 2 or 4 judges shall evaluate all routines. (3-1-1a) 

SITUATION #10: The head judge arrives 20 minutes before the scheduled 

competition and conducts a pre-meet conference with the judges. 

RULING: Correct procedure (3-2-1a) 

SITUATION #11: During the meet the head judge calls a conference of the 

judges when their scores start drifting apart. 

RULING: Correct procedure. (3-2-2d) 

SITUATION #12: AC part is replaced by a B part in a routine, thedifficulty 

score is decreased by 0.2 point. 

RULING: Correct A C part may replace a B part or a B part may replace an 

A part without penalty. (4-2-2) 

SITUATION #13: A gymnast performs a round-off back flip, latera flip-flop 

back, then a standing back in his floor exercise routine 

RULING: No difficulty credit is received for third back salto. Up to 0.2 

deduction is taken for repetition of parts. (4-1-3d) 

SITUATION #14: A gymnast performs exercise with 6 different "A" parts 

and 2 different "B" parts. 

RULING: Deduct 0.8 from execution for an exercise containing less than 

10 parts. (4-2-2) 

SITUATION #15: A gymnast performs a skill not commonly seen in his 

state. This move has not been seen in several years. He is awarded 0.2 for 

originality 

RULING: Correct procedure. 

SITUATION #16: A coach talks to his competitor during his performance. 

RULING: Deduct 0.3 for each occurrence. (4-5-1) 

SITUATION #17: During a floor exercise performance the coach runs onto 

the floor mat to spot a double back but does not touch the gymnast. 

RULING: Deduct 0.3. (4-5-2) 

SITUATION #18: A gymnast is assisted during a move that lends impetus 

to subsequent moves. 

RULING: Illegal. The gymnast will be penalized 0.5-0.7 in addition to the 

value of that skill. (4-5-4) 

SITUATION #19: The only "C" skill performed on a floor exercise 

performance is a planche. 

RULING: Deduct 0.2 for lack of a swinging C part. (5-3-11) 

SITUATION #20: A floor exercise performer acknowledges the head judge 

and is given a green flag then begins his exercise by taking a running start 

onto the floor exercise mat into his first tumbling pass from 5 feet out of the 

area. 

RULING: Deduct 0.1. (5-3-1a) 

SITUATION #21: On floor exercise a gymnast holds a planche for 3V, 

seconds to show strength. 



RULING: Deduct 0.1-0.3. (5-3-2h) 

SITUATION #22: A back flip is performed at hip level. 

RULING: Deduct 0.1-0.3. (5-3-2n) 

SITUATION #23: A gymnast performs a routine in which B and C level 

skills predominate and dismounts with a straight body flyaway. 

RULING: Deduct 0.1-0.3 tor dismount not corresponding to the difficulty 

of the rest of the exercise. (7-3-1 d) 

SITUATION #24: A gymnast on rings performs a difficult routine (many B's 

and at least 2 C's) and yet swing movements are few and performed at 

barely an acceptable level. 

RULING: Deduct up to 0.2 for swinging movements not predominating. 

(7-3-1f) 

COMMENT: For a gymnast to receive credit for a 10-part exercise, he must 

perform 10 skills on the apparatus without repeating a skill a third time 

without variations 

SITUATION #25: The gymnast performs a straight arm giant on rings with 

a light touch on the cable before resuming a handstand position. 

RULING: Deduct 0.1-0.3 (7-3-2d) 

SITUATION #26: During the course of his ring routine the gymnast 

performs an iron cross with bent arms and continues to hold it for 4 or 5 

seconds. 

RULING: Award skill and deduct up to 0.8 (0.1-0.3 for holding a move too 

long and 0.3-0.5 for the bent arms). (7-3-2h3; 7-3-2k) 

SITUATION #27: While pressing to a handstand on rings the gymnast 

touches the straps with his forearms but not his legs or feet. 

RULING: Deduct 0.1-0.3 depending on the severity of the touch. (7-3-lj) 

SITUATION #28: The height of the vaulting board the visiting team uses, 

measured at the crown is 12 inches. 

RULING: The board is illegal and cannot be used. (8-1-4) 

SITUATION #29: A vaulter runs past the horse. 

RULING: Void vault. Balks are not allowed. (3-2-1) 

SITUATION #30: A vaulter begins his run toward the horse but stops due to 

another gymnast walking in front of him. 

RULING: The vaulter is given a retrial due to interference. (8-2-1) 

SITUATION #31: In performing a handspring-front, the vaulter lands on 

his seat. 

RULING: The vault is void and the score is 0. (8-2-3c) 

SITUATION #32: A vaulter does not reach a stretched position before 

landing. 

RULING: Deduct up to 0,5. (8-4-2h) 

SITUATION #33: A short vaulter lands 3' from the end of the horse. 

RULING: Deduct up to 1.5 for landing too close. (8-4-2m; 8-3-1) 

SITUATION #34: As the judge tabulates a parallel bar performance he 

notes the absence of a "B" value release. 

RULING:Deduct 0.3. (9-3-1 m) 

SITUATION #35: The competitor on the parallel bars turns in a handstand 

with body in a slight flexed position. 

RULING: Deduct up to 0.3. (9-3-2e) 

SITUATION #36: Halfway through a parallel bar routine the gymnast drops 

below the rails and attempts a glide kip. The kip is interrupted by touching 

the floor with the feet without letting go of the bars. 

RULING: Deduct 0.5. (9-3-2n) 

SITUATION #37: While dismounting off the parallel bars with a double 

back salto, the gymnast secures his landing by grasping the bar with 1 

hand. 

RULING: Deduct 0.3 for lack of a free landing. (9-3-2o) 

SITUATION #38: Gymnast performs eagle giant, hop to undergrip giant on 

the horizontal bar 

RULING: Earns B + 8 difficulty credit and fulfilled the release requirement. 

(10-2-1f, Appendix F, VI-8) 

SITUATION #39: A gymnast does a B value release and regrasp on the 

horizontal bar He has met the release, regrasp event requirements. 

RULING: Correct. (10-2-1f) 

SITUATION #40: A gymnast has 2 intermediate swings (a swing where no 

skill is performed) in his horizontal bar routine. Deduct 0.6 from 

combinations, 

RULING: Correct procedure. 0.3 is deducted from combinations for each 

intermediate swing. (10-3-1a) 

SITUATION #41: The gymnast performs a jam cast (stemme) to a 

handstand keeping his arms straight. He is awarded B credit for this skill. 

RULING: Correct procedure. (10-3-2k) 



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Gymnastics Committee 
IVIeeting IVIinutes 

The Gymnastics Committee Meeting was called to 
order October 10, 1983, at 7:00 p.m. by Assistant 
Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries. Committee members 
present included: Jim Nance, Gerry Calkin, Debbie 
Howell, Hal Holmes and Alane Mills. Absent were Rick 
Gaunder. 

The first item on the agenda was a discussion of 
Regional Sites. Debbie Howell of Kentucky Country Day 
agreed to again host the Louisville Girls' Region, The other 
girls' sites will be scheduled at Paris High School and will 
be managed by Homer Coins and Helen Swinford. 

The committee evaluated the Girls' Regional 
Information which will be sent to all participating schools. 
Major changes in the Boys' Gymnastics Rules include 
deducting 0.4 for each missing part which shall be taken 
from execution, if the exercise contains less than 10 parts. 
The total team score is determined by adding the team 
scores for all events. The top all-around gymnast's average 
score is no longer added to the team score. 

Changes in the Girls' Gymnastics Rules include the 
following: judging and timing on beam shall begin at the 
moment the gymnast's hands or feet leave the floor or 
board prior to the last skill onto the apparatus. The 
deduction for a coach or spotter walking along the side of 
the beam has been dropped from 0.5 to 0.3. Other rule 
changes are listed in the front of the rule books. 

The next item on the agenda was a discussion of the 
State Meet. The Boys and Girls State Meet will be held 
Saturday, February 18, 1984, at Alumni Coliseum, Eastern 
Kentucky University. The Boys' Manager will be Jim 
Nance and the Girls' Manager will be Alane Mills. The time 
schedule will remain the same as last year with warm-ups 
beginning at 8:00 a.m. and the Meet starting at 10:00 a.m. 
Judges for the State Meet will be coordinated by Hal 
Holmes for the Boys' State Meet, and through the 
K.H.S.A.A. for the Girls' State Meet. A brief discussion was 
held concerning the State Meet equipment setup which 
will be coordinated by Gerald Calkin. 

It was decided that individual awards will be given out 
after the first two girls' events to both boysand girls whose 
events are completed at that time. The remaining awards 
will be given out at the conclusion of the meet. 

Miscellaneous items included a discussion of the 
Limitation of Seasons as it applies to gymnastics. Jim 
Nance and Gerry Calkin will conduct a boys' gymnastics 
clinic on Thursday, December 1 , from 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. at 
the Seaton Building at the University of Kentucky. The 
clinic will be open to junior high and high school coaches. 
There will be no charge. Jim Nance offered his assistance 
in coordinating a girls' gymnastics clinic, if a clinician can 
be secured. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 




SPECIAL NOTICES 

K.H.S.A.A. Directory 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
has printed a directory for 1983-84. Included in the 
directory is a calendar of events, a section on 
general information about the K.H.S.A.A. and a 
listing of member schools and their personnel. 

The Directory is available to coaches, officials 
and other interested persons at a fee of $2.00 plus 
postage of 70C for one Directory. Please send check 
or money order to Directory, K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 
22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 



o 



1983-84 

Approved 

Soccer Officials 



Listed below are the officials who made 80% or 
more (on a supervised test) to become Approved in 
Soccer. 



BLACKETER, Lynn 
BERNIER, Jon 
CARDOZA, Mark 



GUYETTE, Leo 
TAURMAN, George 
WILLIAMS, James A. 



NATIONAL MASCOT 

OF HIGH SCHOOL 

SPORTS 




g WALT DISNEY PPOOUCTIONS 






THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1983 



Page Seven 




NCAA 
Constitution 3-9-(a) 



(a) The student-athlete shall be denied the first year 
of intercollegiate competition if: 

(1) Following completion of high school 
eligibility in the student-athlete's sport and 
prior to the student-athlete's high school 
graduation, the student-athlete was a 
member of a squad which engaged in an 
intrastate all-star football or basketball 
contest that was not specifically approved by 
the appropriate state high school athletic 
association or an interstate all-star football 
or basketball contest that was not 
specifically approved by the NCAA Council; 
or 

(2) Following graduation from high school and 
before enrollment in college, the student- 
athlete was a member of a squad which 
engaged in an interstate all-star football or 
basketball contest that was not specifically 
approved by the NCAA Council: or 




(3) Following completion of high school 
eligibility in the student-athlete's sport and 
prior to the student-athlete's high school 
graduation, the student-athlete participates 
in more than two approved all-star football 
contests or two approved all-star basketball 
contests. (Revised: 8/1/80, 1/12/82, 1/12/83) 

(4) The Council of the Association may 
designate a committee to act in its place or in 
place of any state association that declines 
to assume the jurisdiction described in this 
paragraph. {Revised: 1/12/82) 

(5) During the period between August 1, 1981, 
and August 1, 1985, student-athletes partici- 
pating on a member institution's women's 
intercollegiate basketball team shall be 
exempt from the provisions of this 
legislation. (Adopted: 1/12/82) 



1983 


NOVEMBER 


1983 1 


SUNDAY 


MONDAY 


■RIESDAY 


WEDNESDAY 


THURSDAY 


FRroAY 


SATURDAY 






1 

State Soci 

Mail Request for 

State Basketball 

Tournament 

Tirl<pt> 


2 

er Tournament 


3 


4 

Football Sub-Dis 

State AAAA Dis 

Jefferson Co. l- 


3 State Cross 

Country Meets 
rict Winners Play 
rict Winners Play 
t Round Playoffs 


6 


7 


8 


9 

Ky. Ass'n Secc 


10 

ndary School Princ: 
Executive Inn 


11 

Dals-Owensboro 

Football Distric 
State AAAA Regi 
Jefferson Co. Dist 


12 

t Winners Play 
»nal Winners Play 
rict Winners Play 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 

Football Region 
State AAAA Secti 
Jefferson 


19 

il Winners Play 
jnal Winners Play 
>. Finals 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 

Football State 
Class A AA 
Loui 


26 

Championships 
AAA - AAAA 
iville 


27 


28 


29 


30 











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1983-84 Certified 

and Approved 
Football Officials 



A large number of K. M.S. A. A. registered 
officials fiave qualified for the advance ratings of 
Certified and Approved as a result of the National 
Federation Part II Examination. Only officials 
receiving these higher ratings are eligible to work in 
the district and regional tournaments. Only 
Certified officials are eligible to work in the state 
tournament. 

CERTIFIED: 

Breeden, Alan; Branham, James; Evans, Tom; 
Flickenger, Robert: Henson. Paul: Johnson, Jack: 
McConachle, Bud: McGarth, John: Mattmlller, 
Richard; Owens, Lamarce; Owens, Pete; Ponchot, 
Joseph; Purcell, Ken; Riley, Jeff; Riley, Michael S.; 
Sammons, Terry; Shields, Dane; Sparks, Jerry; 
Stanburg, Charles: Sumner, Carl; Swarts, l\/llke. 



APPROVED: 

Adklns, Butch; Artis, Hughle; Barnes, Doug; 
Borman, Mike; Bothwell, Mark; Branham, George; 
Brown, Barry; Cantrell, William; Cash, Michael; 
Cothern, Rick; Decker, Bernard; DeWitt, Larry; 
Dunn, Samuel; Ermine, Stephen; Faulkner, Terry; 
FInley, Howard; FIrestlne, Van; France, Mark; 
Fuchs, Gregory; Gardner, James; Gardner, Steve; 
Green, Jeffrey; Griffith, Keith; Grimm, Carl; HalfhIII, 
Daniel; Harris, Gary; Henry, Tony; HIckey, Tom; 
H II Hard, W. Gerard; Holland, Richard; Hornbuckle, 
Bill; Joest, Stephen; King, Curtis; King, Russell; 
Leskovac. George; Lohaus, Wayne; McLaughlin, 
Brian; Mahlmelster, Kim; Malak, Mark; Meyer, 
James G.; Mitchell, Michael; Naberezny, Michael; 
Nelson, Bill; Percell, Danny; Robinson, Charles; 
Robinson, Jerry; Rolf, Rick; Rudd, Tim; Russell, 
Phillip; Sandefur, Joseph: Saunders, Charles; 
Saylor, Gary; Shepherd, John; Showalter, Charles; 
SIpple. Tom; Skaggs, Nathan: Smith, Ernie; 
Steward, Kelly; Tackett, James; Thoss, Tom; 
Trabue, Bruce: Turley, Roy; Turner, Ronald; Vensel, 
Francis III; Willman, Glenn; Wright, Charles; 
Young, Arthur. 



OFFICIALS WHO RE-REGISTERED 

BETWEEN SEPTEMBER 1-30, 1983 



Official's Name 


City 


Sport/Rating 


Elliott, Jerry 


Corbin 


BKA/FBA 


Akins, Clyde 


Lexmgton 


BKA 


England, William 


Hi Hat 


BKR 


Adams, James 


Harrodsburg 


BKC 


Featherstone, Jerry 


Mayfield 


BKC 


Alexander, Wendell 


Somerset 


BKR 


Felty. Michael 


Ashland 


BKR 


Altieri, Anthony 


Louisville 


WRR 


Fisher. Alois 


Louisville 


SOR 


Applegate, Gary 


Tollesboro 


BAR 


Flora. Richard 


Lexington 


BKR 


Asher, Joe L 


Garrard 


BKR 


Frymire, LH. 


Irvington 


BAR 


Ashurst. Michael 


Wallins 


BKC/FBC 


Fuchs, Gregory 


Newport 


FBA 


Barger, Rusty 


Oneida 


BKR 


Goetz, William 


0»/ensboro 


BKR 


Bearden, Fletcher 


Louisville 


BAR 


Goldey, William 


Henderson 


BKC 


Beeler. Arthur 


Louisville 


BKR 


Goodman, Adrian 


East View 


BKR 


Bell. Gregory 


Belfry 


BKC 


Goodman, Anthony 


East View 


BKR 


Bell, Henry 


Lexington 


BKC 


Graham, Tony 


Bardstown 


BKR 


Bergstrom, Ed. Jr. 


Louisville 


BKA 


Greime, William J. 


Erianger 


BKC 


Brock. Stephen E. 


Kettle Island 


BKA 


Griffin, Charles 


Lexington 


BKC 


Brooks, Wallis 


Paris 


BKR 


Griffin, Danny 


Middlesboro 


BKA 


Brownfield, Claude 


Fort Wright 


BKR 


Griffin, Dennis 


Louisville 


BKR 


Brumfield, Brian 


Ashland 


BKA 


Grizzle, Kennith 


Ashland 


BKR 


Buckles, Dale 


Elizabethtown 


BKR 


Gumm, Gregory 


Greensburg 


BAR 


Buis. Mike 


Cynthiana 


BKC 


Gumm, Jeff 


Greensburg 


BAR 


Bullock, Larry 


Mt. Vernon 


BKC 


Hall. Richard 


Prestonsburg 


BKC 


Butcher, David 


Meally 


BAR 


Hampton. Doug 


Cynthiana 


BKC 


Cardoza, Mark 


Lexington 


SOA 


Haste, Fred 


Somerset 


BKA 


Carey, James R 


Louisville 


BKA 


Hause. Martin 


Brooksville 


BKA 


Carl, Parker Loren 


Versailles 


BAR 


Headley, Garrett 


Lexington 


WRR 


Carlton. David 


Hickman 


BKR 


Heavin, Jim 


Harned 


BKR 


Carpenter, Alfred 


Louisville 


BKR 


Hensley. Larry 


Stone 


BAR/SOR/TRR 


Caudle, Gary 


Hopkinsville 


BKR 


Hitt. Billy 


Maysville 


BKR 


Chappie. Charles 


Covington 


BKC 


Hughes, Roy 


Hopkinsville 


BAA/BKA 


Childress, Jeffrey 


Greenville 


BAR/BKA 


Innes, Whitney 


Lexington 


BKR 


Clardy, Barry 


Greenville 


BKR 


Janes, Charles 


Bardstown 


FBR 


Clark, William Sidney 


III Ow/ensboro 


FBA 


Jent. Richard 


Cincinnati, OH 


BKC 


Cook, Donald W, 


Lexington 


BKR 


Johnson, Calvin 


Heidrick 


BKR 


Conley, Gary 


Richmond 


BKR 


Johnson, Kenneth 


Mt. Vernon 


BKR 


Couch, Lester 


Smilax 


BKR 


Johnson, Truman 


Fulton 


BKR 


Cox, Gregory 


Lexington 


WRR 


Johnson, William M, 


Barbourville 


BKC 


Crum, Garry 


Meally 


BKR 


Jones, Tommy 


Owensboro 


BKR 


Cummins, Wayne 


Stanford 


BKA 


Kazunas, Gerald 


Louisville 


BKC 


Davis. Harold 


Beaver Dam 


BKC 


Kidder, Jeffrey 


Vine Grove 


BKR 


Day, Jack 


Central City 


BAR/BKC 


Kistner. Gary 


Lexington 


BAR/BKC 


Dossett, Mac 


Marion 


BAR/BKC/FBA 


Lashley, Daniel 


Lexington 


BKC 


Dozier, Phillip 


Loyall 


BKR 


Law(son, Sonny 


Artemus 


BKC 


Dyke, Orville 


Pleasureville 


BKC/SBR 


Likins, James 


Maysville 


BKR 


Eads, Ronald 


Lexington 


BKC 


Lloyd, Jackie 


Sebree 


BKR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1983 



McClure. Jerry 


Lexington 


SOR 


McKenzie, Jim 


Ashland 


BKC 


McKlnney. Dexter 


Whitley 


BKR 


Maines. George 


Lexington 


BKC 


Maxey. Michael 


London 


BKC 


May. Paul 


Canada 


BKA 


Meek. Jeff 


Pikeville 


BKA 


Morgan, Larry 


Carrollton 


BKR 


Morris. Bobby 


Mayfield 


BKC 


Morris. James 


Central City 


BKR 


Newton, John 


Somerset 


BKR 


Niemann. Larry 


Raceland 


FBA 


OBanion, Cornelius 


Frankfort 


BKA 


O'Neal. James 


Marion 


BKR 


Overstreet. Walter 


Lexington 


BKC 


Pelphrey. Joe 


Prestonsburg 


BAC/BKC 


Perl<ins. Tony 


Upton 


BKR 


Perkins. Steven 


Florence 


BKR 


Phillips, Carol 


Glasgow 


BKR 


Phillips, Harold 


Glasgow 


BKR 


Raymer. Don 


Bowling Green 


BKC 


Rightmyer. W.H. Jr. 


Owensboro 


BKA 


Roberts. Jeff 


Slemp 


BKR 



::tober, i983 




Page Nine 


Rustay, Kim 


Nicholasville 


SOA 


Sammons. Terry 


Louisville 


BKR 


Sammons. Todd 


Louisville 


BKR 


Schrader. Carl 


Lexington 


SOR 


Seargent. Charles 


Louisville 


BKR 


Short, John III 


Harrodsburg 


BKA 


Simpson, William 


Irvine 


BKA 


Smiley, James 


Cloverport 


BKA 


Sullivan. Dan L. 


Fort Thomas 


BKC 


Sullivan. Dan P, 


Fort Thomas 


BKR 


Sumner, David 


Lexington 


BKA 


Tackett, George 


Hazard 


FBA 


Thacker. Larry 


Hindman 


BKR 


Themann. Genelle 


Versailles 


BKR/SBR 


Thomas. Bobby 


Pinetop 


BKA 


Tindall. Clifford 


Fairdale 


BKC 


Varney. Gregory 


Hardy 


BKA 


Vensel. Francis III 


Alvaton 


FBR 


Wheeler. Dale 


Bedford 


BKR 


Wildt. Jerry 


Louisville 


BKA/FBA 


Wilke. Craig 


Lexington 


BKA 


Yeoman. George 


Louisville 


BKC/SOA 


Young, Wayne 


Lexington 


BKA 



FIRST YEAR OFFICIALS 



BASKETBALL 

Abner, George 
Amburgey, Kenneth 
Baber. Gary 
Basham. Larry 
Bersot. Robert 
Bishop. Henry 
Borders. Gary 
Caudill, Charlene 
Cherry. Timmy 
Cleary. Scott 
Cobb. Clarence Jr. 
Emberton. John 
Feldman, Tim 
Hager. Gary 
Hall. Jerry 
Horn, Larry 
Hudson, Thomas 
James. Robert 
Koch, Jeffrey 
Lane. David 
Mattingly. Thomas 
May. Darus 
Mendelsohn. Cary 
Mitchell, Brad 
Mullins, Johnny 
Peckenpaugh, Leo 
Peel, Jerd 
Perry, Michael 
Pile, Wayne 
Reinle. Billy 
Riley. Gerald 
Saylor. Hubert 
Simpson. Edward 
Smith, Johnny 
Steven. James 
Tindle. Lester Jr. 
Wallace. Scott 
Weedman. Dorman 
White. Walker Jr 
Woods. Stephen 

FOOTBALL 

Bennett. Franklin 
Brotzge. Robert 
Brukhart. James 
Bright, Crosby 
Crosby. Johnny 
DeRosa, Joseph 
Ferguson, Earl 
Lange. Richard 
Lewis, Daniel 
Miller. Joseph 
Moody. R. David 
Puckett. Larry 



Manchester 

Finchville 

Winchester 

Lawrenceburg 

Louisville 

Sharpies. WV 

Bardstown 

Shepherdsville 

Harned 

South Shore 

Fort Knox 

Owensboro 

Villa Hills 

Lexington 

Thornton 

Inez 

Baxter 

Louisville 

Harrodsburg 

Eddyville 

New Haven 

Salyersville 

Louisville 

Pans 

Amburgey 

Henderson 

Nicholasville 

Hindman 

Echels 

Lawrenceburg 

Grand Rivers 

Baxter 

Bardstown 

Garrard 

Versailles 

Mt Washington 

Clay 

Caneyville 

Lexington 

Paducah 



Sturgis 

Louisville 

Wallins 

Louisville 

Mt. Olivet 

Paducah 

Winchester 

Alexandria 

Louisville 

Newport 

Louisville 

Winchester 



Riggs. Mark 
Sahnger, James 
Seargent, Charles 
Shields. Art 
Smock. Edgar Jr. 
Stinnett. Dennis 
Underbill. W John 

SOCCER 

Adams. Louie 
Agamemnonos. Michael 
Agisilaou. Harris 
Biglari. Rouben 
Booth, Roy 
Bruser, Donald 
Butler, Frank 
Crabtree, Larry 
Dillehay, Ronald 
Georgiou, Andreas 
Greening, Horace 
Hausman, Robert 
Hochstatler. T. Max 
Howard. Gene 
Huffman. George III 
Johannes. Andre 
Kennedy. Dave 
Klee. Gary 
Klee. William 
Knight. Jeffrey 
Kopatz. Cheryl 
Lynch, Larry 
Manahan, Warren 
Page. Melvin 
Potter. Winston 
Putman. Sheila 
Ray. Allen 
Repsher. Harry 
Sims. Mary 
Weatherholt. Gary 
Weaver, Charles Jr. 
Whatley, David 
Whatley, Graham 
Whitman. Brian 
Whitman. Todd 
Williams. Mike 

VOLLEYBALL 

Brown, Farryll 
Campbell, Kathi 
Cook, Walter 
Esterle, Ann 
Kordes, Ronald 
McGovern. Ramona 
Orr. Jimm 
Pylinski. Jack 



Lexington 

Erianger 

Louisville 

Ashland 

Danville 

Murray 

Louisville 



Henderson 

Owensboro 

Owensboro 

Louisville 

Ashland 

Lexington 

Lexington 

Owensboro 

Lexington 

Owensboro 

Ashland 

Clarksville. TN 

Clarksville. TN 

Madisonville 

Prospect 

Lexington 

Paducah 

Owensboro 

Owensboro 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Ashland 

Villa Hills 

Murray 

Murray 

Lexington 

New Albany. IN 

Clarksville, TN 

Louisville 

Ashland 

Lexington 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Paducah 



Louisville 
Louisville 
Versailles 
Louisville 
Louisville 
Park Hills 
Louisville 
Louisville 



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RANKINGS OF 
BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

The following rankings have been submitted to the 
K.H S A.A. by the Assigning Secretary from each Region 
for the 1982-83 basketball season: 
REGION I 

Green, Don; McGinty, L.V,; Poe, Buddie: Carter. IVIike 
Brewer, Preston: Cash, Charles; Akins, Clyde; Finley 
Howard: Higdon, Sam: Jackson, Dennis; Latham, Billy: 
Featherstone, Jerry; Paitsel, Jim; Morris, Bobby; Miller, 
Harold: Bowland, Bob; Harper, James; Henson, Don; Murt 
Gene; Purcell, Ken; Hargrove, David; Stokes, Cubb 
Cornwell, Charles; Behrendt, B.F.; Grubbs, Thomas 
Madding, Eugene; Spahr, Scott; Whiteside, Ronald 
Willett, Joseph. 

REGION II 

Browning, Wayne; Moser, Rudy; Holt, Robert; Beshears, 
Jim; Cox, Rufus; Boisture, Roy; East, Bill: Holmes, Eddie; 
Lile, Clyde; Colley, Lynn; Davis, Jay; Crick, Dwaine; Holt, 
Ron: Goldey, Bill; Stone, Sidney; Gates, Bill; Bugg, James; 
Vaughn, Ronald; Menser, Scott; Malak, Mark; Brantley, 
Del; Kluepfel, Joe: Carlton. Rob; Dossett, Mac; Pierce, 
Frank; Schmitt, Al; Murff, Bob; Griffith, Mike; Nix, Roger; 
Hughes, Roy; Shelton, Shelah; Woosley, Travis; Mitchell, 
Curtis; Haynes, William; Frazer. Tom. 

REGION III 

Barnes. Barry; Divine. Wayne; Hill. James; Long. Jim; 
Nash. Rick; Everly. Phyllis: Montgomery. Chester; Wilson. 
Ken: Everly. Randy: King, Curtiss; Milam, James; McClure, 
Willis; Estess, Walter; Thomas, Deward; Askin, Ray: 
Thomson, Cecil; Fox, Joanna: Webster, Norman: Day, 
Jack, Vinson, Ray; Barnes, Conrad; Davis, Harold; 
Mattingly, Terry; Ouisenberry, David; Ward, Bob; Kemp, 
Jim; Trivett, Rich; Norris, Ben; Jones, Spurgeon; Barnes, 
Roger; Fields, Paul; Childress, Jeff; Mefford, Marty; 
Rickard, Jeff; Morris, James: Hightower, Edward. 

REGION IV 

Stevenson, Mike; Burkeen, Phil; Curry, Randy; Long, Bill 
Cobb, Mike; Murrell, Alan: Sims, Russ; Chaffin, John 
McPherson, Lanny; Appling, James; Anderson, Ralph 
Lamaitus, Randy: Hamm, Gerald; Hamm, Ritchie 
Williams, Tim; Raymer, Donn; Brown, Mike: Hylin, Bob 
Adams, Bev; Curry, Mark; Jaems, Janice; Read, Ray 
Proffitt, Carlie; Barnhill, Carl; Evans, Lewis; Perkins, Mel 
Houchens, Joe; Smith, Bruce: Crawford, Leon; Rodgers, 
Ralph: Whittiker, Wally; York, Tom; Henry, Tony. 

REGION V 

Brashear, Loy; Downs, Joe: Durbin, Hade; Morse, Dick; 
Myers, Ron; Spalding, Randall; Wilson, Paul: Williams, 
Bobby; Cross, Roger; Skaggs, Bob; Hilton, Billy; Crutcher, 
Paul; Bartley, Joe; Frazier, Mac: Gupton, Lawrence; 
Vincent, Jack; Beard, Dusty; Gaddie, Gary; Thompson, 
B.D.: Wright, Gary; Crutcher, Marion; Strain, Dick; 
Hawkins, Don; Reif, Harry; Shaw, Don; Gardner, Gary; 
Gupton, George; Thomas, Mike; Hawkins, Stewart; Revis, 
David; Edwards, Wayne; Rigon, Dennis; Wade, Charles; 
McLane, Albert; Allen, Tom; Clark, Betty; Matusiak, Marty; 
Tucker, Charles; Hundley, Phinis; Percell, Danny. 

REGION VI & VII 

Hayes, Pete; Hatfield, Rip; McGrath, Bobby; Gatterdam, 
Ed: Bryant, Jim; Newton, Dennis; Bell, Ron; Latkovski, 
Andy; Monks, Ron; Baker, Jan; Duvall, Tom; Coffman, 



Steve; Fedle, Joel: Gibson, Russ; McAnally, Tom; Weihe, 
Bob; Tindall, Cliff; Eaves, Jim; Clark, Ken; Hourigan, Tim; 
Bell, Clarence; Brothers, Dottle; Hickey, Tom; Driskell, 
Earl; Weber, Tom; Smith, Ron; Shartzer, Steve; Heckel, 
Charles; Taylor, Don; Pearl, George: Hatfield, Dan; 
Jansen, Jean; Singleton, Bob; Meredith, Billy; Marquette, 
Ralph; Kazunas, Gerald; Wychulis, Beth; Reader, Bob; 
Decker, Jim; Heckel, Richard; Ritchie, Bill; Cooper, Fred; 
Nelligan, Mike; Meredith, Craig; Woosley, Don; Cecil, Ron; 
Szyper, Dick; Mallory, James; Compton, Al; Henry, 
Dennis; Strong, Chas; Gentry, Dale; Brewer, Chas; Wright, 
Nancy; Brown, Les: Owens, Danny; Hillp, Jerry; Stuedle, 
Ray: Backert, Tony; Thomas, Bill; Hauber, Cheri; Shake, 
Ken; Page, Harry; Gibson, Gary; Carey, James; Kercher, 
William; Kistner, Gary; Baldwin, Denny; Stober, Martha; 
Dunn, Chris; Mills, John; Brown, Judy; Gillespie, Vicky; 
Maddox, Art; Ramsey, Dale; Holt, Tim; White, Curtis; Peak, 
Barbara; Mattingly, Gary; Stephenson, Joe; Fox, Russ; 
Yann, Gerald; Shepard, Larry: McGavic, Ron; Nail, Kenny; 
Yeoman, George; McPike, Ray; Gornet, Mary Pat; Beck, 
Bob: Russell, Clem; Bergstrom, Ed; Holmes, Ron; 
Bertrand, Earl; Dotson, Scott: Lawson, Stan; Smith, 
Arthur; Tennill, Becky; Carpenter, Al; Morris, Larry; Bell, 
Sharon; Featherstone, John; Kelly, Willard; O'Rien, Jim; 
Jenne, Mike; Hiipp, Terry; Ludwig, Karen; Salyer. Henry; 
Green, Steve; Hash, Jeff; George, Gary; Ray, Buddy; 
Donahue, Sarge; Stewart, Steve; Ray, Tom; Daniels, 
Roger. 

REGION VIII 

Stethens, James; Taylor, Bill; Gordon, Roy; Dyke, Dean; 
Hicks; Camacho, Marcus; Stark, Doug; Lee, David; 
William, Gary; Doll, Allen; McMillin, Larry; Peyton, William; 
Jackson, Steve; Feger, George: William, Don; Maddox, 
Bobby; Holmes, Lois; Summer, Carl: Jones, John; Kellam, 
Steve; Leep, John; Dant, Joe; Mefford, Gary; Morris, J.C; 
Wagoner, Jim; Boyd, Tom; Crawford, Jerry; Thornberry, 
Gary; Seavers, Joe: Gibbons, Mike; Tyler, Reed. 

REGION IX 

Sullivan, Dan; Liggett, Ernie; Hummel, Tom; Moore 
Franklin; Vories, Dick; Moore, Bob; Weyer, Jim 
Thompson, Tom; Roesel, Joe; Hummel, Joe; Wolfe 
Dennis; Smith, Bill; Freppon, Tom; Arnold; Gabbard, Ray 
Delaney, Bill; Haas, Tom; Vories, Gary; Vories, Kent 
Schneider, Don; Grieme, Bill; Shields, Don; Bond, Terry 
Wright, Bob; Bauman, Michael; Buerger, Tim; Burkart 
Bob; Swope, Tom; Mohr, Tom; Chappie, Charles; Meyer, 
Dave: Perry, Charles: Brown, Steve; Penick, Dave; Fitzer: 
Bertsch, Ron; Thompson, Jerry; Flesch, Jerry 
Schomaker. Charles; Grefer, Tom; McDowell, Benny: 
Brockman, Tom; Stoker, Steve; Coleman, Ron 
Douthwaite, Don; Ponchot, Joseph; Heilman, Glen 
Robbins, Mike; Morris, Ton; Weinel, Tim: Brausch, David 
Hamilton, Tom; Kristof, Dave: Crittenden, Glenn 
Washnock, Richard; Morris, Edward; Wilson, Larry: 
Niehaus, Jenny; Ellis, Mike; Bredenberg, Tom; Brady, Ron 
Rees, J.B.; Strong, Terry; Woolum, Larry; Brownfield 
Claude; Scott, Emmanuel; Berns, Tom; OToole: Darnell 
Nick; Smith, John; Antrobus, Randy; Gosney, Donna; 
Yelton, Nick; McCarthy, Steve; Malik, Hashim; Cooper, 
John; Brady, Patrick; Benton, Jeff; Strong, Robert; Bishop, 
Paul; Brown, Franklin; Buerger, Antony; Dunhoft, Kenny: 
Halenkamp, John; Haskell, Dan; Henneman, Jim; Hickey 
Tom; Hicks, Ken; Jent, Richard; Kunkel, Stephen; Mason 
Kip; Mayborg, Glenn; Obel, Dave; Sammons, Tony; 
Schneider, Jeff; Starnes, Donald; Uriage, Dick 
Weiner, Dick; Veach, Gary; Whalen, James. 






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REGIONS X & XI 

Hampton, Doug; Radjunas, John; Cox, Ken; Boucher, 
Larry; Chasteen, Rick; Middleton, John; Thompson, Joe; 
Jenkins, Burney; Pickrell, Jerry; Byars, Don; Bius, Mike; 
Catron, Mike; Morgan, Chuck; Thompson, Thomas; 
Easier, Mel; Catron, Ken; Shuck, Thomas; Thompson, 
Gary; Williams, Roger; Bell, Henry; Brown, Barry; Wade, 
Kent; Clark, Eddie; Lusby, George; Umfress, Linda; Sellier, 
Eddie; Johns, Jim; Lenox, Mike; DeVary, Bill; Maines, 
George; Johnson, Jerry; Ratliff, Larry; Kemper, Nancy; 
Moore, Ron; Fritz, John; Eads, Ron; Holt, Terrell; Turpin, 
Ron; Lashley, Dan; McNulty, Bob; Hainline, Charlie; 
Turpin, Don; Angelucci, Mondo; Madison, Tex; Wilkie, 
Craig; Story, John; Straus, Bill; Ebel, Jack; McClure, Jerry; 
Brock, Jack; Owens, Bruce; Thomas, Ben; Obanion, 
Cornellius; Hughes, Brenda; Overstreet, Walt; Damron, 
Adam; Metzger, Larry; Owsley, Bob; Deham, Ed; Adkins, 
Madison; Oser, Larry; Denton, Calvin; Kolpek, David; 
Young, Ben; Brown, J.W.; Griffin, David; Travis, William; 
Philpot, Tim; Hunt, William; Johnson, Ken; Bramble, Jim; 
Fannin, Robert; Shields, Don; Peters, Fred; Roberts, Dan; 
Lane, Marion; Rutledge, Mark; Rutledge, David; Hostetler, 
Bill; Thompson, Mark; Short, John; McDaniel, Bill; Young, 
Wayne; Lyies, Larry; Davis, Wayne; Lentry, Rick; Farhat, 
Ned; King, Michael; Simpson, Rusty; Maricle, Randy; 
Hawkins, Anthony; Cook, Don; Clark, James; Sumner, 
David; Brown, Glenn; Devereut, Chip; Engle, Vince; 
Shropshire, T; Hill, Jeff; Eckler, Jim; Hiten, Mark; 
Simmons, Ron; Smith, John; Hayslett, Leigh; Adkins, 
Butch; Williams, Danny; Amis, John; Walker, Keith; Innes, 
Whitney; Tackett, Julian; Weir, Steve; Wells, Bill; Turley, 
Roy; Foster, Donald; Thurman, James; Conningham, 
Kevin. 

REGION XII 

Gordon, Dwight; Centers, Mike; Wallace, John; 
Spoonamore, Jim; Harkleroad, Thomas; Hargis, Noel; 



Turner, Keenan; Sparrow, John; Maxey, Richard; Wilson, 
Bruce; Gordon, James; Rousey, Jimmy; Sanders, John; 
Shaw, Earl; Adams, Jim; Drake, John; Brown, Ronnie; 
Vaught, Marvin; Wixson, Bobby; Farley, Jim; Bullock, 
Larry; Atwood, Bobby; Haste, Fred; Taylor, Dale; Vito, 
Paul; Compton, Jerry; Light, Larry; Sargent, Dan; Hail, 
Harold; Keeney, Jack; Cash, Clayton; Combs, John; 
Woodrum, James; Roy, Phillip; Knight, William; Adams, 
Denver; Cummins, Wayne; Anderkin, Richard; Rogers, 
Kenneth; Goodin, Kim; Eades, Harold; Talbert, Gene; Carr, 
David; Simpson, Donald; Floyd, Joe; Russell, Lynn; Horn, 
James; Chaney, Dean; Asher, Michael; Jackson, Terri. 

REGION XV 

Collier, Burnard; Berger, Durell; Crisp, Jackie; Bevins, 
Wally; Hall, Dickie; Copley, Sid; Casey, Angle; Tucker, 
Phillip; Combs, Sherman; Hall, Bill; Wallen, Wendell; 
Kessinger, Michael; Hopson, James; May. Paul; Varney, 
Greg; Hall, Jack; Runyon, Tommy; Newsome, Cecil; 
Butcher, Steve; Pelphrey, Joe; Bell, Greg; Parker, Lowell; 
Hall, Ted; Powell, Billy; Mickey, Steve; Diamond, Rufus; 
Spears, Ronnie; Thompson, Robbie; Spears, Terry; 
Lonney, James; Stewart, Leon; VanHorn, Mike; Hamilton, 
Paul; Hall, Keith; Stacey, David; Spears, Bobby; Kelley, 
Dolph; Roberts, Kenneth; Elkins, James; Howell, Barry; 
Flannery, Robon. 

REGION XVI 

Moore, Marvin; Hardin, Don; Cundiff, Curt; Kouns, Bob; 
Ramey, Gary; Thornsbury, Brice; McKenzie, Jim; 
McKenzie, Dwight; Radjunas, Ed; Simpson, Jim; Jackson, 
Bob; Hall, Dick; Johnson, Walter; Collins, Hubert; Dixon, 
Ron; Johnson, Lynn; Hall, Ted; Plummer, Bill; Asher, 
Ralph; Thomas, Leonard; Greene, Bert; Vance, Scott; 
Craft, Bob; Wages, Bob; Russell. Allen; Belcher, Scott; 
Newman; Hyland, Dick; Artrip, Larry; Hardin, Phillip; Hale, 
Charles. 




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Kentucky High School Coaches Association Audit Report 



June 1, 1983 

Mr. John Radjunas and Executive Committee 
Kentucky High School Coaches Association and 

All Star Fund 
Mt. Sterling, Kentucky 

We have examined the statements of cash receipts 
and disbursements of the Kentucky High School Coaches 
Association and All Star Fund for the period from March 1, 
1982 to February 28, 1983. Our examination was made in 
accordance w/ith generally accepted auditing standards 
and, accordingly, included such tests of the accounting 
records and such other auditing procedures as we 
considered necessary in the circumstances. 

As described in Note 1, the Coaches Association's 
policy is to prepare its financial statements on the basis of 
cash receipts and disbursements; consequently, certain 
revenue is recognized when received rather than when 
earned, and certain expenses are recognized when paid 
rather than when the obligation is incurred. Accordingly, 
the accompanying financial statements are not intended 
to present results of operations in conformity with 
generally accepted accounting principles. 

In our opinion, the financial statements referred to 
above present fairly the cash receipts and disbursements 
of the Kentucky High School Coaches Association and All 
Star Fund for the period from March 1, 1982 to February 28, 
1983, on the basis of accounting described in Note 1, 
which basis has been applied in a consistent manner. 

Potter & Company 



Kentucky High School Coaches Association 
and All-Star Fund 

Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements 
for the Period from March 1, 1982 to February 28, 
1983. 



Miscellaneous 


47 


29 


76 


Professional services 


1,000 




1,000 


Coaching clinic speakers 


1,450 




1,450 


Food and housing 




9,922 


9,922 


Uniforms 




1,336 


1,336 


N.H.S.A.C.A. membership dues 


3,021 




3.021 


Clerical services 


558 




558 


Telephone 


2,271 


305 


2,576 


Transportation 




1,620 


1,620 


Donations 


275 




275 


Transfer to All Star Fund 


4,100 




4,100 


Total Disbursements 


40,546 


23,573 


64,119 



Excess of Cash Receipts 
(de(lcit) Over Disbursements 

Cash Balance - beginning 
of period 

Cash Balance - End of Period 



2,386 (8,236) (5,850) 

22,334 29,671 52,005 
24,720 21,435 46,155 



The accompanying note is an integral part of this 
financial statement. 



Kentucky High School Coaches Association 
and All Star Fund 

Note to the Financial Statements 
February 28, 1983 

Note 1 - Summary ol Significant Accounting Policies 

The Coaches Association's policy is to prepare its 
financial statements on the basis of cash receipts and 
disbursements: consequently, certain revenue is 
recognized when received rather than when earned, and 
certain expenses are recognized when paid rather than 
when the obligation is incurred. Accordingly, the 
accompanying financial statements are not intended to 
present results of operations in conformity with generally 
accepted accounting principals. 



Recelpts: 

Dues 

Gate receipts 

Interest income 

Advertising income 

Transfer from Coaches Assoc. 

Reimbursement for travel 

and meetings 
Coaching clinic reg. fees 
Total Receipts 

Disbursements: 

Insurance 

Photos and awards 

Postage and supplies 

Travel and meetings 

Executive secretary fee 

Rent 

Directors, trainers & coaches 

Officials and security 



Ky. High 
School 

Coaches 
Assoc. 

$36,401 

3,293 
1,150 



585 

1,503 

42,932 



6,800 
613 
4,456 
9,330 
6,625 



All-star 
Fund 



$7,664 
3,573 



4,100 



15,337 



525 
688 
791 



4,025 

3,645 

687 



Total 

$36,401 
7,664 
6.866 
1,150 
4,100 

585 

1,503 

58,269 



7,325 
1,301 
5,247 
9,330 
6,625 
4,025 
3,645 
687 



February 28, 1983 

Kentucky High School Coaches Association: 

Mt. Sterling National Bank 
Mt. Sterling, Kentucky 

Checking account balance 
Savings account balance 
Certificate of deposit 
Certificate of deposit 
Total 



All Star Fund: 

Mt. sterling National Bank 
Mt. Sterling, Kentucky 

Checking account balance 
Certificate of deposit 
Certificate of deposit 
Total 

Total Cash - February 28, 1983 



Interest 




Rate 




5.25% 


$1,630 


5.25% 


3,090 


9.737% 


10,000 


8.481% 


10,000 




24,720 



5.25% 


$1,435 


9.643% 


10,000 


9.643% 


10,000 




21,435 



46, 155 



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David Cements, Scott Jotinston. Second Row: Waii Rizl<, Steve Cieary, Bo Lanlcster, Todd Bretz, Alex 
Thomasson, Milte Ttiompson, Ed Kromer, Don Duns. Third Row: Asst. Coach Mark Batson, Matt Housh, Sam 
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Team Members, First Row (left to rigtit): Mgr. Mictielle Doming & Suzanne Brungs. Second Row: Coacti Joan 
Mazzaro, Sara Dickman, Mary Stansel, Jenny Quast, Angie Wagner, Asst. Coach Anita Epperly. Ttiird Row: Terri 
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Single Elimination Tournament 
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Angela Merici 


Angela Merici 




15-8 Angela Merici 
15-9 Angela Merici 




Highlands 


15-7 Notre Dame 

*15-13 Angela Merici 

15-11 Notre Dame 

Notre Dame 






Notre Dame 


Notre Dame 




15-4 Notre Dame 
15-4 Nntrp Damp 




Sacred Heart 




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Friday, October 28, 1983 

Pool I 

Mercy - Angela Merici 
11-15 
15-13 
15-9 

Sacred Heart - Mercy 
13-11 
15-12 

Angela Merici - Sacred Heart 
15-9 
15-2 



Pool II 



Highlands 
15-10 
15-11 

Notre Dame ■ 
15-7 
15-3 



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Highlands 



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15-1 

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2 





1 


1 





2 


1 


1 



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Angela Merici 
Mercy 

Notre Danne 
Highlands 
Paul Blazer 
Sacred Heart 



ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM 

Chris Babrowski Sacred Heart 

Missy Blanford Angela Merici 

Tracy Clark Angela Merici 

Sarah Dickman Notre Dame 

Vicki Fleissner Highlands 

Jennifer Haywood Angela Merici 

Susan Lankisch Notre Dame 

Julita Mattingly Angela Merici 

Stacy Meimann Notre Dame 

Kelly Mueninghoff Angela Merici 

Jenny Quast Notre Dame 

Cindy Schlarman Highlands 

Gretchen Thompson Sacred Heart 

Susan Timperman Mercy 

Caryl Wissel '. Notre Dame 

Carol Wolz Angela Merici 



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PART II EXAMS FOR BASKETBALL AND 
WRESTLING — DECEMBER 5 

The Part II examination must be taken under supervision. 
It m\\ be given by the local assigning secretary and/or the 
KHSAA Office in Lexington, or other sites as designated 
by the KHSAA. Any exception to the above must be 
cleared with the Commissioner. 



THE GAME GUY AWARD 

The K.H.S.A.A. will continue the Game Guy Award. 
School representatives and registered officials may make 
nominations for the award. The eligible person should be a 
pupil at the junior or senior high school level who has 
overcome great physical handicap in order to take part in 
athletics. Letters of recommendation should be addressed 
to "Game Guy Committee, K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, 
Lexington, Kentucky 40522." Deadline for the 1984 
nomination is April 1. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1983 



NOVEMBER, 1983 VOL. XLIV, NO. 4 

Published monthly, except June andJuly, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. ActofOctober3, 1917, authorized May 
3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGiD L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUiS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President-Charles Black (1980-1984) Barbourville, Vice 
President-Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) Monticello, 
Directors-John Brock (1980-1984) tvlorehead, Whaylon 
Coleman (1980-1984) Owensboro, Patrick L. Crawford 
(1982-1986) Louisville, Alvis Johnson (1980-1984) 
Harrodsburg, Robert Rogers (1981-1985) Barlow, Ray 
Story (1982-1986) Radcliff. Chester Turner (1983-1987) 
Fort Thomas, David Webb (1983-1987) Brownville. 
Conley Manning-State Department of Education 
Representative. 

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"KENTUCKY 

ATHLETIC 

DIRECTIONS 



National High School Athletic Coaches Association 
Convention Set For Lexington - June 22-29, 1984 

The Kentucky High School Coaches Association will 
be hosting this prestigious convention next June in 
Lexington. This will mark the first time any such national 
convention has been hosted in our state. 

One outstanding feature of the convention, especially 
to younger coaches, is the availability to earn up to six 
hours graduate credit toward their master's degree or for 
in-service hours necessary in many school districts. We 
hope many school districts will encourage their staffs to 
take advantage of this week or will allow it to count toward 
the in-service that many districts require. 

This National Convention is for all coaches in all 
sports. Every sports area will be included and covered in 
the seminars and clinics, 

TheK.H.S.A.D.A. totally endorses this convention and 
urges its members to do what they can to insure a large 
representation from their coaching staffs. We realize the 
benefits and information that one can absorb by attending 
such national meetings. 

For additional information on the National 
Convention contact: 

John Radjunas, Executive Secretary 

Kentucky H.S. Coaches Association 

Montgomery County High School 

Route 5 

Woodford Drive 

Mt. Sterling, KY 40353 

Jim Reuther 
KHSADA President 




FIRST YEAR OFFICIALS 



BASKETBALL 

Adams, Ricky 
Bass. Tim 
Bellamy, Wayne 
Benton, Virgil 
Berry, Jim Jr. 
Blevins, Jerry 
Boggs, Merle 
Brown, Barry 
Cavanaugh, James 
Clayton, William 
Couch, Richard 
Cox, Buddie 
Cox, Mike 
Crawford, Chuck 
Cromer, Daniel 
Crutchfield, Greg 
Crutchfield. Jimmy 
Cummings, David 
Dawson, Linda 
Dever, Deborah 
Ditty, Robert 
Doak, Lee 
Dooley, DeWayne 
Dotson. Ransom 
Dowell. Kenneth 
Emily. Steven 
Endicott, Jack 
Fisher. Dewayne 
Fletcher. Larry 
Gall, Greg 
Gibson, Virgil 
Goodlett, Randy 
Gravil. Wymon 
Griffith. Michael 
Gupton. John 
Hall. Phillip 
Hartjen. Ray 
Haslam. Rhonda 
Hensley. William 
Hicks. Mark 
Hoag. David 
Holt, Michael 
Holman. Dale 
Jarrell. Colette 
Jarrell. Dale 
Johnson, Gary 
Johnson. Jack 
Johnson. Russell 



Pinetop 

Hopkinsville 

Owensboro 

Russellville 

Clinton 

Loyall 

Garner 

Albany 

Mortons Gap 

Madisonville 

Hyden 

Louisville 

London 

Bailey Switch 

Louisville 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

Brownsville 

Sharpsburg 

Owensboro 

Loyall 

Lexington 

Louisville 

McVeigh 

Hawesville 

LaGrange 

Inez 

Barbourville 

Burkesville 

Fort Thomas 

Hyden 

Mt. Eden 

Brownsville 

Ashland 

Greensburg 

Beaver 

Richmond 

Pineville 

Fort Campbell 

Covington 

Wilmore 

Bardstown 

Lexington 

Pikeville 

Pikeville 

Hiseville 

Union 

Frankfort 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1983 



Page Three 



Johnson, William 
Joiner, Terry 
Jones, Woodson 
Kelley, Mike 
Lau, Hartmut 
Leach, Jerry 
Lindsay, Tim 
Lyons, David 
McBee, David 
McDowell, Gregory 
Martin, Ralph 
Martin, Robert 
May, Jackie 
Merkle, Kenneth 
Messer, Gregory 
Milburn, Bobby 
Miller, Robert 
Monheimer, Edward 
Murphy, David 
Nichols, Wilbur 
Noel. Ronnie 
Pate, Julie 
Peterson, Steve 
Phillips, George 
Prather, David 
Prince, Billie 
Puckett, James 
Reynolds, Joe III 
Ryan, Roger 
Sammons, Jeffrey 
Scruggs, Darrell 
Shelton, Ronald 
Shields, Art 
Singleton, Bobby 
Singleton, James 
Smith, Doug 
Smith, Thomas 
Snively, Allen Jr. 
South, Judy 
Sparks, Allen 
Stewart, Richard 
Thomas, Brian 
Thompson, Richard 
Ullery, Daryl 
Warnecke, Harold 
Whittington, Thomas 



Kirksey 

Bowling Green 

Manchester 

West Paducah 

Fort Knox 

Williamsburg 

Wilmore 

Hardinsburg 

Millstone 

Villa Hills 

Ashland 

Harlan 

Salyersville 

Ashland 

Barbourville 

Campbellsville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Lancaster 

East View 

Madisonville 

Wilmore 

Greenville 

Bardstown 

Vine Grove 

Clinton 

Mt. Washington 

Allen 

Fort Thomas 

Louisville 

Somerset 

Shepherdsville 

Ashland 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Barbourville 

Lexington 

Leitchfield 

Frakes 

Metropolis, IL 

Elizabethtown 

Nortonville 

Winchester 

Paducah 

Radcliff 



Withers, Travis 
Wooton, Windel 
Young, Steve 

FOOTBALL 

Benassi, James 
Cole, Donald 
Conley, Gary 
Curlin, Charles 
Eastwood, Paul 
Ransom, Kenneth Jr. 
Saling. Mitch 
Taylor, Carl 
Williams, Terry 
Zinser, Jeffery 

SOCCER 

Berger, Philip 
Boyiadji, George 
Hamilton, Tom 
Home, Andrew 
Hoskins, Charles III 
Hyde, Richard 
Miron, Juan 
Nafrady, John Sr. 
Russell, Dick 
Soltani, Mohamad 
Young, Steve 

VOLLEYBALL 

Schaff, John 
Schwab, Tina 
Smallwood, Denise 
Smallwood, Eddie 
Zachery, Ken 
Zachery, Marcy 

WRESTLING 

Allgeier, Mark 
Farmer, Darrly 
Ryan, Chris 
Sherrard, Daniel 
Willen, Tony 



Hopkinsville 
Hopkinsville 
Louisville 



Frankfort 

Louisville 

Richmond 

Fulton 

Fort Knox 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Radcliff 

Louisville 

Louisville 



Lexington 

Owensboro 

Owensboro 

Louisville 

Madisonville 

Ashland 

Louisville 

Owensboro 

Clarksville, TN 

Owensboro 

Louisville 



Louisville 
Bellevue 
Floydknobs, IN 
Floydknobs, IN 
Louisville 
Louisville 



Louisville 
Vine Grove 
Louisville 
Radcliff 
Hopkinsville 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL STATE SOCCER TOURNAMENT 

Louisville, Kentucky 

October 31 - November 3, 1983 



Jeflersontown 


2 




1 


Lexington Catholic 2 









Jeltersontown 6 






Boone Co. 


Owensboro 1 


Jeffersontown 






2 




2 












Lexington Catholic 


Lexington Catholic 


DeSales 1 






1 




St. Francis 




2 









Lexington Catholic 


Atherton 






2 


Tates CreeK 2 






Tate* Creek 


DeSales 3 


DeSales 






2 




1 




Daviess County 








Daviess County 













Dixie Heights 








^ 




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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1983 



1983-84 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Chuck Harmon, Campbell Co. 
Class AAA, Individual Champion 



CLASS AAA BOYS' FIRST 15 RUNNERS 



PL. 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Chuck Harmon 


Campbell Co. 


16:14.1 


2 


Jeff Birt 


Atherton 


16:15 


3 


Barry White 


Southern 


16:31 


4 


Fred Rorer 


Madisonville North 


16:42 


5 


Austin Dean 


Madisonville North 


16:51 


6 


Logan Behanan 


Holmes 


16:55 


7 


Jeff Shucl< 


Jeffersontown 


16:55 


8 


Mitce Shoemal<er 


St. Xavier 


16:59 


9 


Mil<e Sivori 


St. Xavier 


16:59 


10 


Palmer Stainbacl< 


St. Xavier 


17:00 


11 


Mil<e Culloty 


Trinity 


17:03 


12 


Brian Swail 


Pulaski Co. 


17:04 


13 


Dean Roberts 


Daviess Co. 


17:06 


14 


Russell Nally 


Lafayette 


17:07 


15 


Doug Korphage 


Moore 


17:09 



CLASS AAA 
BOYS' TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 St. Xavier 58 

2 Trinity 103 

3 Daviess Co 146 

4 Atherton 159 

5 Campbell Co 169 

6 Mad. - N. Hopkins 177 

7 Southern 1 85 

8 Pulaski Co 201 

9 Holmes 206 

10 Marshall Co 239 

1 1 Lafayette 293 

1 2 Jeffersontown 299 

13 Oldham Co 320 

14 Pleasure Ridge Park 330 

15 Henry Clay 390 

16 Doss 417 



ST. XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL 

BOYS' 

CLASS AAA CHAMPION 




Team Members, First Row (left to right): Dan Corrlgan, Mike 
Reader, Mike SIvorl, Mike IHagerty, Joe Butier, Paimer Stainback, 
Mike Shoemaker. Second Row: Don Meyer, Dan Reader, Mike 
Lewis, Damian Oliver, Bud Perrone, Dixon Jones, David Morsman, 
Kevin Egan. Third Row: Joe Luber, Greg Strothman, John Haniey, 
Jere Green, Mark Leaman, Jim Ptelffer, Steve Irvln. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1983 



Page Five 



1983-84 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 



CLASS AAA GIRLS' FIRST 15 RUNNERS 



PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Nancy Crutcher 


Oldham Co. 


10:48.7 


2 


Angela Birt 


Atherton 


10 


50 


3 


Debbie Meece 


Pulaski Co. 


11 


03 


4 


Jeanne Sapienza 


Louisville Central 


11 


09 


5 


Wendy Frazier 


Henry Clay 


11 


13 


6 


Toya Chathman 


Butler 


11 


20 


7 


Ann Ray 


Daviess Co. 


11 


27 


8 


Sandy Jones 


Hopkinsville 


11 


28 


9 


Jana Bailey 


Louisville Male 


11 


28 


10 


Andrea Webster 


Madisonville North 


11 


31 


11 


Bobbie Horsley 


Boyd County 


11 


33 


12 


Holly Katchuk 


Daviess Co. 


11 


35 


13 


Melanie Trimble 


Boyd County 


11 


37 


14 


Michelle Leaser 


Bullitt Central 


11 


38 


15 


Sarah Bland 


Shelby Co. 


11 


39 




Nancy Crutcher, Oldham County 
Class AAA Individual Champion 



DAVIESS COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS' CLASS AAA CHAMPION 




CLASS AAA GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 

TEAM SCORE 

Daviess Co 60 

Boyd Co 97 

Oldham Co 117 

Mad. - N. Hopkins 120 

Pulaski Co 133 

Sacred Heart 175 

Atherton 178 

Notre Dame 213 

Southern 219 

Shelby Co 221 

Eastern 237 

Laurel Co 258 



Team Members, First Row (left to right): Linda Chinn, Sonya Kirby, 
Jennifer Barnett. Second Row: Jackie Payne, Holly Cecil, Ann Ray, 
Holly Katchuck, Coach Will Pagan. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1983 



1983-84 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Kathy Plank, Conner 
Class AA Individual Champion 



CLASS AA GIRLS' FIRST 15 RUNNERS 



PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Kathy Plank 


Conner 


11:11.3 


2 


Missie Thomas 


Union Co. 


11:21 


3 


Monick Wampler 


Whitesburg 


11:22 


4 


Diana Wilkens 


Meade Co. 


11:32 


5 


Julie Caudle 


Franklin Co. 


11:38 


6 


Genny Ballard 


Lawrence Co. 


11:38 


7 


Sharon Woods 


Danville 


11:40 


8 


Tonya Asher 


Clay County 


11:42 


9 


Kathy Jones 


Clay County 


11:43 


10 


Julie Banta 


Franklin Co. 


11:47 


11 


Melissa Partin 


Whitley Co. 


11:50 


12 


Missy Caroline 


Bourbon Co. 


11:52 


13 


Chanin Miller 


Clay County 


11:53 


14 


Jackie Beauchamp 


Barren Co. 


11:53 


15 


Pam Knight 


Calloway Co. 


11:54 



CLASS AA GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Clay Co 59 

2 Franklin Co 71 

3 Danville 72 

4 Whitesburg 106 

5 Highlands 164 

6 Webster Co 181 

7 Elizabethtown 1 85 

8 East Carter 201 

9 East Hardin 216 

10 Jessamine Co 237 

1 1 Conner 244 

1 2 Calloway Co 251 



CLAY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS' CLASS AA CHAMPION 




Team Members, First Row (left to right): Nicole Cox, Tonya Asher, 
Chanin Miller. Second Row: Mellnda Smith, Tina Fields, Torlna 
Coomer, Kathy Jones. 



THE KENTUbKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1983 



Page Seven 



1983-84 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 





CLASS AA BOYS' 






FIRST15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


James Boxx 


Middlesboro 


16:46 


2 


Jimmy Stephens 


Whitesburg 


16:50 


3 


Steve Kruetzkamp 


Highlands 


16:52 


4 


Jeff Collier 


Whitesburg 


16:54 


5 


Barry Knight 


Calloway Co. 


17:06 


6 


Shawn Pawsat 


Highlands 


17:07 


7 


Robert Marshall 


Covington Catholic 


17:08 


8 


Brett White 


Adair Co. 


17:12 


9 


Sonny Bates 


Whitesburg 


17:13 


10 


Jack Webster 


Covington Catholic 


17:15 


11 


Barry Lucas 


Grayson Co. 


17:19 


12 


Jimmy Charles 


Jessamine Co. 


17:22 


13 


Bobby Carolln 


Bourbon Co. 


17:24 


14 


Matt Spencer 


Highlands 


17:27 


15 


Gary Thorton 


Webster Co. 


17:30 




James Boxx, Middlesboro 
Class AA Individual Champion 



HIGHLANDS HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS' CLASS AA CHAMPION 




CLASS AA BOYS' 
TEAM SCORES 

TEAM SCORE 

Highlands 84 

Whitesburg 98 

Calloway Co 127 

Knox Central 155 

Adair Co 156 

Covington Catholic 158 

Barren Co 177 

Owensboro Catholic 184 

Scott 198 

Jessamine Co 239 

Rowan Co 241 

Bourbon Co 250 

Franklin Co 252 

Elizabethtown 385 



Team Members, First Row (left to right): David Florence, Shawn 
Pawsat, l-lai Wane, Steve Schwalbach. Second Row: Coach Jerome 
Mohr, Steve Kruetzkamp, Greg Dee, Matt Spencer, Coach C. Gullo. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1983 



1983-84 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Jesse Thomas, Anderson Co. 
Class A Individual Champion 



CLASS A BOYS' FIRST 15 RUNNERS 



PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Jesse Thomas 


Anderson Co. 


16:25 


2 


Mark Bertram 


Bishop Brossarl 


16;33 


3 


John Kuper 


Bishop Brossart 


16:54 


4 


Lynus Wright 


Trigg Co. 


16:56 


5 


Greg Rawe 


Bishop Brossart 


17:01 


6 


Jeff Parmelee 


Monticello 


17:07 


7 


Lance Clark 


Dayton 


17:09 


8 


Kevin Crank 


Dayton 


17:10 


9 


Eric Edwards 


Green Co. 


17:10 


10 


Blake BurcheM 


Paintsville 


17:12 


11 


Melvin Berry 


Fort Campbell 


17:16 


12 


Mark Kinsey 


Grant Co. 


17:22 


13 


Randy Hawkins 


Bath Co. 


17:25 


14 


John Mays 


Anderson Co. 


17:26 


15 


Richie Kessler 


Green Co. 


17:28 



I 



CLASS A BOYS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Dayton 75 

2 Bishop Brossart 91 

3 Green Co 103 

4 Anderson Co 116 

5 Grant Co 131 

6 Fort Campbell 146 

7 Trigg Co 156 

8 West Hardin 167 

9 Monticello 195 

10 Oneida Baptist 240 

1 1 Providence 286 

12 Berea 333 

13 Menifee Co 340 

14 Mercer Co 361 

15 Buckhorn 422 

16 Hancock Co 436 



DAYTON HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS' CLASS A CHAMPION 




Team Members, First Row (left to right): Lance Clark, Kevin Crank, 
Jamey Herbst, Rob Schwarberg. Second Row: Mgr.TIm Ackerson, 
Robert Andrews, Jim Parker, Tom Mack, Don Strange, Kurt 
Barnes, Coach Barry Binkley. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1983 



Page Nine 



1983-84 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 



CLASS A GIRLS' FIRST 15 RUNNERS 



PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Kim Hawkins 


Bath Co. 


11:13 


2 


Stacey Belt 


Anderson Co. 


11;31 


3 


Suzanne Leung 


Lexington Catholic 


11:34 


4 


Pam Moutaux 


Ky. Country Day 


11:35 


5 


Robin Martin 


Mercer Co. 


11:48 


6 


LuAnn Marksberry 


Owen Co. 


11:50 


7 


Shannon Guiltinan 


Lexington Catholic 


11:50 


8 


Leslie May 


Providence 


11:53 


9 


Ginger Wallace 


Trigg Co. 


11:54 


10 


Kelli Phillippi 


Grant Co. 


11:54 


11 


Karen Chandler 


Providence 


11:56 


12 


Laura Wheeler 


Anderson Co. 


12:00 


13 


Cathy McEllistrem 


Lexington Catholic 


12:01 


14 


Heather Matz 


Fort Knox 


12:04 


15 


Julie Dickie 


Dayton 


12:06 




Kim Hawkins, Bath County 
Class A Individual Champion 



LEXINGTON CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS' CLASS A CHAMPION 




CLASS A GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 

TEAM SCORE 

Lexington Catholic 46 

Providence 68 

Silver Grove 75 

Anderson Co 92 

Fort Campbell 168 

Bishop Brossart 171 

Green Co 179 

Whites. Trinity 204 

Fort Knox 205 

Mercer Co 224 

Berea 264 

Menifee Co 274 

Oneida Baptist 334 

Raceland 419 



Team Members, First Row (left to right): Suzanne Leung, Shannon 
Guiltinan, JoAnna Guiltinan. Second Row: Lisa WIesenhahn, 
Cathy McEllistrem, Eileen Warren, Julie Cole. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1983 



OFFICIALS WHO RE-REGISTERED 

BETWEEN OCTOBER 1-31, 1983 



Official's Name 


City 


Sport(s)/Rating 








Adams, John J. 


Henderson 


BKR 


Martin, Richard 


Glasgow 


BKR 


Adams. Ray Jr. 


Manchester 


BKC 


Mattingly, Terry 


Utica 


BKC 


Adams, Richard 


Whitesburg 


BKR 


Meadows, Marvin 


Clayhole 


BKR 


Amos, Michael 


Catlettsburg 


BKR 


Moody, Carl 


Harlan 


BKR 


Arnold, James 


Cincinnati, OH 


BAC/BKC 


Moore, Ellis 


London 


BKA 


Barnes, Barry 


Rockport 


BKC 


Morgan, Steve 


Mt. Olivet 


BKR 


Beighle, Chuck 


Williamstown 


BKR 


Mullins, Trent 


Larkslane 


BKR 


Benton, Jeffrey 


Erianger 


BAA/BKA 


Mullinix, Ray 


Burkesville 


BKR 


Bishop, Paul 


Highland Heights 


BKR 


Nelson. Gary 


Lackey 


BKR 


Bonar, Allen 


Falmouth 


BKR 


Newsome, Cecil Jr. 


Teaberry 


BKA 


Borer, Thomas 


Louisville 


WRR 


Obel, Dave 


Southgate 


BKR 


Brady, Mack 


Henderson 


BKR 


Osborne, Ronnie 


Dayhoit 


FBA 


Brown, Tony 


Fountain Run 


BKR 


Owens. Tim 


Elkhorn City 


BAR/BKR 


Brueggemann, Timothy 


Fort Wright 


BKA 


Parker, Lowell 


Wheelwright 


BKA 


Butcher, Stephen 


Meally 


BAC/BKC 


Pennell, Donald 


Jenkins 


BKR 


Caldwell, Edgar 


Helton 


BKR/SBR 


Peyton, William 


Harned 


BKA 


Camacho, Marcus 


Glencoe 


BKC 


Phillippi. James 


Williamstown 


BKR 


Cato. Robert 


London 


FBR 


Polivick, David 


Bardwell 


BAA/SBR 


Clark, Edwin 


Lexington 


BKR 


Polly, Rex 


Mayking 


BKC 


Clark, John 


Prestonsburg 


BKR 


Quast, John 


Independence 


BKR 


Clark. William III 


Owensboro 


BKA 


Ratliff. Larry 


Jeffersonville 


BKA 


Cobb, Mike 


Bowling Green 


BKC 


Reader. Bob 


Louisville 


BKC 


Colston, Donald 


Louisville 


WRA 


Ritchie. William 


Louisville 


BKC 


Comer, Mark 


Maysville 


BKR 


Runyon, Tommy 


Belfry 


BAA/BKC/FBC 


Crawford, Jerry 


Lawrenceburg 


BKA 


Ryan. Brenda 


Alexandria 


BKR/VBR 


Cull, Robert 


Owenton 


BAC 


Sargent, Danny 


Berea 


BKC 


Dailey, Jerry 


Ashland 


BKR 


Schomaker, Charles 


Fort Wright 


BKC 


Epiing, Terry 


Feds Creek 


BKR 


Simpson. Paul 


Cumberland Gap. 


TNBKR 


Etheridge, Ricky 


Louisville 


BKR 


Sims. Michael 


Paducah 


BAR/BKA 


Eversole. R.J. 


Hazard 


BKR 


Smith. Dennis 


Murray 


BKR 


Farley, Jimmy 


Berea 


BKC 


Smoot. Kenneth 


Flemingsburg 


BKR 


Fox, Carl Jr. 


Booneville 


BKR 


South. Douglas 


Leitchfield 


BKR 


Gabbard, Keith 


McKee 


BKR 


Stamper, Earletta 


Hazard 


BKR 


Gardner, Richard 


Lexington 


BKR 


Stephenson, Joe 


Jeffersonville. IN 


BKC 


Girvin, James 


Fort Knox 


BKR 


Stevenson, Michael 


Bowling Green 


BKC 


Going, T.A. 


Louisville 


BKA 


Sullivan. Corky 


Burnside 


BKR 


Gordon, Jimmy 


Stanford 


BKC 


Sullivan. Corky 


Burnside 


BKR 


Gosman, Carroll 


Bedford 


BAR 


Tackett. Julian 


Lexington 


BKR 


Hall, W Keith 


Phelps 


BKR 


Taylor. Dale 


Somerset 


BKC 


Hause, William 


Brooksville 


BKR 


Taylor. Jerry 


Pineville 


BAR/BKA 


Head. Donnie 


Loyall 


BKR 


Taylor. Jim Jr. 


Campbellsville 


BAC 


Hicks, S.G. 


LaGrange 


BKC 


Teague, Gary 


LaGrange 


BKA 


Highbaugh, Timothy 


Bonnieville 


BKR 


Tichenor. Gary 


Bloomfield 


BKA 


Hightower, Everett 


Central City 


BKR 


Trivett, Rich 


Owensboro 


BKA 


Hodges, Bill 


Cumberland 


BKR 


Tucker, Phillip 


East Point 


BKC 


Hopper, John 


Bowling Green 


BKR 


Vance, Hunter 


Bowling Green 


BKC 


Hughes, Brenda 


Lexington 


BKC 


Vance, Phil 


Bowling Green 


BKR 


Irby, Mike 


Burkesville 


BKR 


Vanover, Tommy 


Neon 


BKR 


Isaac. Gary 


Halo 


FBR 


Wallace, David 


Berea 


BAR/BKR 


Jackson. Edward 


Owensboro 


BKR 


Whiteside, Ronald 


Paducah 


BKA 


James, David 


Centertown 


BKR 


Whittaker, Wallace 


Bowling Green 


BKA 


Johnson, Howard 


Murray 


BAA/BKR 


Willett, Joseph 


Hickory 


BKA 


Kistner, Gary 


Louisville 


BKC 


Wilson, Kenny 


Livermore 


BKC 


Kristof, David 


Cincinnati, OH 


BKC 


Wilson, William Bruce 


Somerset 


BKC 


L^cer, Albert 


Spotfsville 


BKR 


Woods. William 


Corbin 


BAR 


Lawrence, Gary 


Louisville 


BKA 


Yaeger. John 


Louisville 


BKA 


Lawrence, Stephen 


Verona 


BKR 


Yann. Gerald 


Louisville 


BKC 


McPeek, Roger 


Robinson Creek 


BKC 


Younglove. Jeffrey 


Bowling Green 


BKR 


McWilliams, James 


Frankfort 


BKR 


Zartoshty, Parviz 


Lexington 


SOA 



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1983-84 NATIONAL FEDERATION WRESTLING 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART 1 




SITUATION #1: Wrestler A has wrestler B at the edge of the mat in a pinning 
situation and the referee has commenced his count when wrestler B bridges 
and intentionally goes out of the wresting area A 3-point near-fall has not yet 
been earned by wrestler A when wrestler B goes out-of-bounds intentionally. 
Would wrestler A receive penalty points for the technical violation of going out 
of the wrestling area in addition to near-fall points earned? 
RULING: When a contestant goes out of the wrestling area, as a means of 
avoiding wrestling, it is a technical violation except in a situation where near- 
fall points have been earned. In this situation, wrestler A has already earned 
two near-fall points, therefore he receives no penalty points for the technical 
violation when wrestler B goes out-of-bounds intentionally 
SITUATION #2: Wrestler A attempts a figured body scissor around wrestler B, 
but in his attempt he only gets his foot up to approximately mid-calf The figure 
4 scissor is never completed by wrestler As foot reaching the back of the knee. 
Would this be considered a technical violation? 

RULING: You do not have a figure 4 scissor until the foot is directly behind the 
knee Therefore, in this situation you would have only a body scissor and a 
body scissor is not a technical violation 

SITUATION #3: Wrestler A is attempting to pin his opponent with a figure 4 
head scissor but in attempting to apply the scissor, his foot only comes up to 
his mid-calf and the figure 4 head scissor is never completed. Would this be 
considered a violation? 

RULING: The figure 4 scissor around the head is a legal hold but in order to be 
legal the foot must be behind the knee If it is placed at mid-calf as described in 
the above situation, it would be a straight head scissor which is illegal 
SITUATION #4: A contestant is scheduled to wrestle in a multiple dual against 
his first opponent at7 30 p,m and his second match is scheduled for 8 15 pm 
Is there a mandatory rest time between matches for multiple duals similar to 
tournament competition? 

RULING: There has been a one hour mandatory rest requirement between 
matches in a tournament for some time That regulation now applies to 
multiple dual meets as well as tournaments. No contestant shall wrestle in two 
consecutive matches with less than a one hour rest between each match 
SITUATION #5: A contestant appears on the mat with his left elbow taped in 
such a manner that it basically will not move from a 90 degree angle Is it 
permissible to compete when the elbow is taped in such a manner? 
RULING: Some taping is allowable but if it substantially restricts the normal 
movementof a joint, it is prohibited, If the elbow is taped in such a manner as to 
restrict it to only a 90 degree angle, then you would be substantially restricting 
the movement and an individual would not be allowed to compete 
SITUATION #6: The coach from school A weighs in two contestants for the 98- 
pound class and one contestant for the lOSpound class At the completion of 
the 98-pound match, the coach decides to use his 98-pound contestant at the 
105-pound class instead of the individual that he weighed in for 105 pounds. 
Would it be permissible for the 98-pound contestant to wrestle at the 
105pound class? 

RULING: A wrestler who weighs in tor one weight class may be shifted to a 
higher weight class provided it is not more than one weight class above that for 
which his actual stripped weight qualifies him There is no minimum weight for 
a 98-pound contestant but if a 98-pound contestant wishes to wrestle in the 
105-pound weight class, he must weigh a minimum of 90 pounds. This 
minimum weight must be recorded at the weigh-m and submitted to the official 
scorer if the 98-pound contestant is to wrestle in the 105-pound weight class. 
SITUATION #7: Two bordering states have added a 175-pound weight class. 
When these two states compete against one another, is it permissible to count 
the 175-pound contest? 

RULING: Competition between two or more states shall be conducted in the 
12 weight classes listed in the National Federation Rule Book unless there isa 
mutual agreement between the states involved If the two state association can 
agree to the additional weight classes then it is permissible to count these 
weight classes for either dual meet or tournament competition The purpose of 
the interstate competition rule is to make certain that no state can take 
advantage of anotheronesimply because they may or may not have additional 
weight classes. There is no intent of the interstate competition rule to restrict 
competition where state associations can mutually agree. 
SITUATION #6: In the neutral starting position, one contestant has his left foot 
in front of the red starting line and his right foot behind the red starting line Is 
this a legal starting position? 

RULING: The neutral starting position now requires that both wrestlers stand 
opposite each other with their lead foot on the green or red area of the starting 
lines and the other foot even with or behind the lead foot, In this situation, the 
wrestler on the red starting area does not have a foot on the starting line. 



therefore this would be a technical violation for failure to assume the correct 
starting position 

COMMENTS: In the new neutral starting position, the two contestants are not 
to make contact with one another until the referee gives the signal to begin 
wrestling Any contact prior to the referee giving this signal, would be a 
technical violation 

SITUATION #9: The coach of school B approaches the scorers table for the 
following reasons (a) He feels the visual scoreboard is incorrect and wants to 
make certain that the official scorer has the correct score down for the two 
contestants; (b) he feels the official has misapplied a rule and wishes to call it 
to his attention for possible adjustments 

RULING: In (a), it is permissible tor a coach to check with the official scorer if 
he feels a scoring error has been made In (b), it is permissible for a coach to 
check with the official if he feels that a rule has been misapplied However, in 
his conversation with the official, if no error has been made the coach will be 
penalized for misconduct The penalty for misconduct of the coach is the 
deduction of one team point The second penalty calls for removal from the 
premises for the duration of the dual meet or tournament session If an error 
was made the official will correct it and resume wrestling as soon as possible 
SITUATION #10: The coach of Team A questions a judgment decision by the 
referee as to whether or not there was a reversal at the conclusion of the first 
period. Is there a penalty assessed for a coach questioning judgment 
RULING: Any time a coach questions the judgment of referee, he shall be 
penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct according to the penalty chart. The 
first penalty is deduction of one team point and if it should occur again, the 
coach shall be removed from the premises for the duration of the dual meet or 
tournament session 

SITUATION #11: With wrestler A in the advantage position, he grasps the far 
leg and brings the heel to the buttocks in attempting to break down his 
opponent. The heel is held in continuous contact to the buttocks for 
approximately 10 seconds before he is able to break his opponent down to the 
mat. Once the defensive wrestler is broken down, the offensive wrestler 
continues to hold the heel to the buttocks. When should the wrestler in the 
advantage position be called for stalling? 

RULING: Holding the heel to the buttocks unless your opponent is broken 
down on the mat is not In itself a violation. However, once the individual is 
broken down on the mat, the five second count should begin immediately If 
the heel is held to the buttocks for more than five seconds, the wrestler in the 
advantage position shall be called for stalling. 

SITUATION #12: A contestant is penalized in the following sequence He is 
first penalized for an illegal hold, the second infraction is for a false start, the 
third infraction is for locked hands, the fourth infraction is for assuming an 
illegal starting position and the fifth infraction is for unnecessary roughness. 
How many points has his opponent earned? 

RULING: His opponent would receive one point for the first illegal hold, one 
point for the locked hands, one point for assuming the incorrect starting 
position, and two points for the unnecessary roughness penalty The penalty 
for a false start or assuming an incorrect starting position does not count 
towards disqualification. The first penalty for either of these two infractions is 
a warning and every penalty thereafter is one point only. His opponent has 
earned a total of 5 points, 

SITUATION #13: In the finals of the 185-pound match in the league 
tournament two contestants are both disqualified for stalling. What points 
would be earned by these two contestants? 

RULING: When this occurs and both wrestlers are disqualified from 
competition according to the penalty chart, there will be no tournament points 
awarded to either contestant for first or second place. Each contestant would 
however receive the points that they had earned prior to the championship 
match, but the second place points awarded them when they won their semi- 
finals match, would be taken away They can receive no points for first or 
second place in the league tournament. 

SITUATION #14: When the offensive wrestler assumes his position on the 
defensive wrestler, he drops on him applying excessive weight to the defensive 
wrestler. 

RULING: When the offensive wrestler assumes his position, he obviously must 
make some contact with the defensive wrestler, ubt he is not to apply excessive 
weight on the defensive wrestler in the starting position The offensive wrestler 
is required to have at least one knee on the mat on the near side and the other 
leg may either have the knee or foot on the mat. This should bear the majority 
of the offensive wrestler's weight. If excessive weight is applied byk the 
offensive wrestler in the starting position, he should be called for improper 
starting position 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1983 



1983-84 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASKETBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PARTI 



PUBLICATION CORRECTION 




1983-64 Basketball Rules Simplified & Illustrated — Page 76 - Top Delete entire narration Insert: "The 
defense has fully complied and is playing aggressive defense in (1) Number 3 retreats and Is no longer 
playing legitimate defense in (2) No action by the opponents caused him to retreat and remain there. A 
technical foul is properly charged to the defensive team" 



SITUATION #1: B1 established a legal position in Al's path before A1 
becomes airborne A1 jumps and releases the ball on a try for goal. Before 
returning to the floor, airborne shooter A1 charges Into 81 (a) After the foul on 
A1. 82 goaltends; or(b) before the foul on A1 , 82 commits basket interference 
RULING: In (a), the ball becomes dead and the try ends immediately when the 
player control foul on A1 occurs The action of 82 is ignored as goaltendmg 
cannot occur after the try has ended The ball is awarded to Team B for a 
throw-in out-of-bounds closest to where the foul occurred- In (b). both the 
violation and the foul are penalized. The basket interference by 82 causes the 
ball to become dead Immediately The violation is penalized by awarding the2 
points. The player control foul on A1 is also charged Team B is awarded the 
ball for a throw-in anywhere along the end line A defensive goaltending or 
basket interference violation committed prior to a player control foul, does not 
contradict the general statement that when a player control foul occurs that 
player cannot score. In the case of a defensive violation, it is the violation 
which results in awarding the score (4-7-1 ; 4-13-7 Note. 4-1 3-8; 6-7-4; 7-5-3. 9- 
12) 

SITUATION #2: Team A has used 1 of its time-outs m the 3rd quarter In the 4th 
quarter, A1 Is injured and Team As coach is beckoned onto the court, (a) After 
40 seconds; or (b) 1:40, the coach declares A1 isabletoplay and will stay in the 
game. 

RULING: In (a). 1 time-out is charged to Team A In (b), 2 time-outs are 
charged to Team A. Team A has now taken a 3rd time-out in the 2nd half and 
must be penalized with a 2-shot technical foul The prohibition against not 
permitting "successive" time-outs by the same team does not apply in a 
situation involving an injured player The decision to have the player remain in 
the game must be honored regardless of the number of time-outs which must 
be charged to that team This interpretation results in a "multiple ' time-out 
possibility, but is necessary in order to allow the coach to keep the player in the 
game. (5-8-2; 5-9: 5-11 and 10-1-6) 

SITUATION #3: Team A has been In control of the ball for 7 seconds in its 
backcourt, A1 throws a pass which hits thefloorin A■sf^o^tcourtat9secondS- 
A2 gains possession of the ball at 1 1 seconds Is this a 10-second violation'^ 
RULING: No. The 10-second count ends immediately when the ball touches 
the floor in the frontcourt. (4-e-5a; 9-8) 

SITUATION #4: A1 's throw-in is in the cylinder above Team B's basket when it 
is touched by (a) B1 ; or (b) A2, 

RULING: Basket interference in both (a) and (b). In (a), the violation causes 
the ball to become dead The ball is awarded to Team A for a throw-in at the 
free throw line extended In (b). Team B is awarded 2 points. Team A is 
awarded the ball for a throw-in along the end line as after a scored goat. The 
ball is handed to a player of Team A and that player or a teammate shall make 
the throw-in, (7-5-5; 9-12-2 and Penalty) 

SITUATION #5: 81 fouls A1. Team A is in the bonus, but the official 
erroneously awards the ball to Team A for a throw-in Al's throw-in is 
intercepted by 81 who scores a goal Immediately following the goal, a time- 
out is requested by (a) A1 ; or (b) B1 . During the time-out, one of the coaches or 
the scorer advises the referee that an error was made when A1 was not given a 
one-and-one as a result of 81 s foul 

RULING: The error is immediately corrected by awarding A1 a one-and-one 
attempt with no players along the lane Since an error was rectified, the time- 
out IS not charged to (a) Team A or (b) Team B. Both teams must respond and 
be ready to play as soon as A1 completes the one-and-one attempt. Even 
though the original request for time was not to question a correctable error 
situation, the time-out is not charged when an error is rectified. No advantage 
can be gained and in the interest of correcting the error, the time-out is not 
charged. (2-10-1; 5-8-4; 5-9 Exp 3) 

SITUATION #6: Bl has established a legal guarding position in the path of 
dribbler A1.A1 attempts to dribble around 81 , Bl moves to maintain his or her 
position Contact occurs with Al's shoulder on Bl's chest, but Bl does not 
have both feet on the floor at that instant, 

RULING: Player control charging foul on A1 After assuming a legal guarding 
position, 81 Is allowed to maintain that position. Obviously. 81 cannot move to 
maintain and also keep both feet on the floor The fact that the contact 
occurred on Bis chest indicates Bl had maintained a legal position. (10-6) 
SITUATION #7: Team A requests and is granted a 3rd charged time-out during 
the 2nd quarter. The scorer fails to notify an official regarding the excess time- 



out. The scorer discovers this after the ball becomes alive following the time- 
out, but still within the correctable error limits. Should Team 8 be awarded 2 
free throws under the provisions of the correctable error rule regarding failure 
to award a merited free throw? 

RULING: No. This is not a correctable error as the technical foul was not 
charged at the time it occurred. The infraction had to be detected and charged 
before the ball became alive following the lime-out The free throws were 
never merited as the foul was not properly charged. (2-10-2; 10-1-6) 
SITUATION #8: Team A has used Its 2 allowable time-outs in the2nd half. The 
game is tied at the end of regulation and also at the end of the first overtime 
period. Team A did not use a time-out in the overtime period. How many time- 
outs without penalty are available for Team A during the 2nd overtime? 
RULING: Two Any unused time-outs from any previous overtime period may 
be used m the next or any additional overtime period. (5-1 1 } 
SITUATION #9: Is the request for an excess time-out always granted? 
RULING: No If the request is a successive one by the same team, It should not 
be granted. The request is not successive if the clock has run between the 
requests or the other team was granted a time-out between the requests. (5- 
11) 

SITUATION #10: A1 strikes 81 dunng action under the basket. The official 
disqualifies Al , As A1 is leaving the court. 81 violently contacts him or her. 
How is this unfortunate incident administered? 

RULING: Both Al and 81 are disqualified and banished from the vicinity of the 
bench. 81 s substitute must attempt the 2 free throws for Al 's flagrant personal 
foul. Any players of Team A or an incoming substitute may attempt the 2 free 
throws for Bl's flagrant technical foul. Team A is awarded the ball at the 
division line for a throw-in following the last free throw attempt. This Is a false 
double foul situation (4-13-3: 4-13-9; 8-7) 

SITUATION #11: Al has the ball for a throw-in at the end line near the 
opponent's basket. The throw-In is caught by A2 who is in the air after 
taking off from As frontcourt. After securing possession. A2 lands in A's 
backcourt. 

RULING: A violation. The ball has been returned to backcourt illegally, A2's 
status while in the air is frontcourt, since this is where he or she last touched 
before becoming airborne. (4-21; 9-9) 

SITUATION #12: Time for a period expires while Al's try is in flight. The ball is 
on the ring when (a) Bl taps it off; or (b) A2 taps it In the basket, 
RULING: In (a). It Is basket interference and 2 points are awarded In (b), there 
Is no goal. The ball became dead when A2 touched it. {6-7 -8a; 9-12) 
SITUATION #13: Does holding or moving a hand(s) In front of a player who (a) 
has; or (b) does not have, the ball constitute an unsportsmanlike act? 
RULING: No in (a) and yes in (b). In (a), opponents of the player with the ball 
may legally use their hands in this manner in an effort to distract the player 
with the ball. However. In (b). It Is an unsportsmanlike act for an opponent to 
take a position and hold or wave his or her hands in front of the face of a player 
without the ball. The opponents vision may not be purposely obscured to 
prevent him or her from receiving a pass, etc. (10-3-9c) 
SITUATION #14: If a team desires a time-out before the toss to start the game, 
should It be granted? 

RULING: No The game must be started with the ball becoming alive, or with a 
violation or foul prior to this, before a time-out request is honored, (5-1 1 ; 6-1 -1 ) 
SITUATION #15: While Al is driving for a try, the trail official Is cursed by the 
coach of Team B. What is the proper procedure? 

RULING: The official should withhold his or her whistle until Al 's try ends. If 
the whistle is sounded immediately, it would stop the drive and potential score. 
If the coach's foul is flagrant, he or she must go to the locker room or leave the 
building. (10-4-3) 

SITUATION #16: An official erred by not awarding a free throw near the end of 
the 1st half of play The error is detected during the intermission. 
RULING: If the limits on correction have not expired, the error will be 
corrected just prior to starting the 2nd half of play (2-10) 
SITUATION #17: Al ends the dribble in Team A's frontcourt. 81 slaps the ball 
out of Al 's hands. The ball bounces off Al s leg and rolls into the backcourt. Al 
returns to the backcourt and picks up the ball. 

RULING: Violation by Al , Even though the slap by Bl probably caused the ball 
to go into A's backcourt. Al violated by being the last to touch the ball in 
frontcourt and the first to touch it in the backcourt. (9-9) 



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DISTRICT 


DELEGATE 


ALTERNATE 


1 


Richard Wilkerson 


Ray Wilson 


2 


Larry Hopper 


Tommy Stephenson 


3 


Charles W. Ford 


Al Colley 


4 


Bob Miller 


Ralph Colby 


5 


Buddy Nichols 


August J. Pisa 


6 


Bob Gillaspie 


J.W. Ballard 


7 


Phillip Back 


John Ray 


8 


Wilton C. Gant 


Marshall Patterson 


9 


Bill VanWinkle 


Frank List 


10 


Jim Price 


Robie Harper 


11 


Danny Brown 


Ed Belcher 


12 


Teddy White 


Donald Hayes 


13 


Harold Ross 


Andy Rendick 


14 


David D. Crowe 


Curtis Turley 


15 


Johnny Vincent 


Stan Alexander 


16 


Howard Owens 


Jerome Taylor 


17 


Ray Story 


Don McKinney 


18 


John Sullivan 


Phil Eason 


19 


John Snider 


Virgil Chambers 


20 


Edward L. Cox 


Charles Crawley 


21 


William Griffith 


Charles Weathers 


22 


Paul Dennison 


Leo Tierney 


23 


Tom McCarthy 


John Russell 


24 


Linda Owens 


Mike McDaniel 


25 


Robert Jacobs 


Paul M. Young 


26 


Eugene DePorter 


John Pittenger 


27 


Luther McDowell 


John Reschar 


28 


John Nealis 


Tom Monoca 


29 


Keith Collins 


Bob Wagoner 


30 


David Baird 


H.B. Brady 


31 


Wayne Scudder 


Bob Hoggard 


32 


Carl Wenderoth 


Shirley Wagoner 


33 


Gary Munsie 


Carlton Anderson 


34 


Bob Logsdon 


Jim McDonough 


35 


Stan Steidel 


Tom Hood 


36 


Thomas Seither 


Ray lies 


37 


Mark Grain 


Russ Day 


38 


Larry Sutton 


Steve Craig 


39 


Joe Dan Gold 


John Branson 


40 


Ewell Smoot, Jr. 


George Kirk 


41 


Robert Hoagland 


Donald R. Hines 


42 


Tommy Starns 


Tommy Grundwal 


43 


Al Prewitt 


Norman Passmore 


44 


Monty Joe Lovell 


Ed Miracle 


45 


Paul Smiley 


Bill Melton 


46 


Delmar Warren 


Alvis Johnson 


47 


Benny Hamby 


George O. Horton 


48 


James A. Sears 


Forrest Stafford 


49 


Larry Gritton 


Ray Lakes 


50 


Paul Falin 


John Fletcher 


51 


Bill Adams 


Pearl Lefevers 


52 


Wallace R. Napier 


Tim Saylor 


53 


Sherrill Slone 


Truman Halcomb 


54 


Doug Campbell 


Omus Shepherd 


55 


Phyllis Williamson 


Eddie Gibson 


56 


Charles Duncil 


Gary Pack 


57 


Ronald Gullett 


Danny Adams 


58 


Denzil Halbert 


Frankie Francis 


59 
60 
61 


Tom Swartz 


Richard Goodman 


Marvin Moore 


Mike Stewart 


62 


Harlan B. Fleming 


Bill Calhoun 


63 


Robert Morrison 


John Stephens 


64 


Eugene Clark 


Jay Hutchinson 



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(The following is an excerpt from the Iowa Athletic 
Director Association monthly newsletter.) 

A WAY TO INFORM 

Have you informed your athletes and physical 
education classes about the possibility of injury when 
involved in activities? Have your coaches or teachers 
informed the students of your district that, if they 
participate in athletics or physical education classes, they 
could be seriously injured? 

This is not an article to alarm or scare you, your 
coaches or administrators. I simply want to share with you 
an item which I think isavery useful tool to inform students 
about possible injury. A video cassette presentation 
entitled, "Informed Consent", is now available and is 
presented in a professional manner. 

It is not a scare presentation, but rather a positive 
explanation of injury involved when bodies or objects are 
in motion. The cassette mentions proper rules, various 
warnings, several safety precautions, and some sound 
figures of injuries of athletes, compared to other non- 
athletic injuries. 

The film is designed to be viewed by both parent and 
student, but is excellent for either group. All of our fall 
athletic teams viewed the cassette, and discussed it briefly. 
All students and their parents signed a form indicating 
they had observed and discussed said presentation. We 
did likewise for all students taking physical education 
classes. A make-up day was scheduled forthose who were 
absent on the day of the original showing. 

With a number of large law suits pending across the 
country for "failure to warn". I feel much better knowing 
that all of our students have seen the cassette entitled 
"Informed Consent". 

For more information, you can write to: Universal 
Dimensions, Inc., 4621 North 16th Street, Suite 608, 
Phoenix, Arizona 85016. 

Larry Wiebke 

Benton Community Schools 

Several schools in the Louisville area are already 
utilizing this procedure. We strongly suggest you consider 
its' use in your program. 

Jim Reuther 
KHSADA President 



Board of Control. Executive Board and 

KHSAA staff wish to express their 

appreciation to administrators. 

athletic directors, coaches, 

officials, and sponsors for their 

cooperation and assistance in 

administering and directing the 

athletic program fulay each of 

you have a very MERRY 

CHRISTfvlAS and a NEW YEAR 

filled with success 

and happiness' 




The Board of Control ot the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the Executive Inn East. Louisville. Kentucky on 
Saturday, Novennber 26, 1983. The meeting was called to order by 
President Charles Black at 9:00 a.m. with all Board members. 
Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise, Asst. 
Commissioners Brigid L. DeVries and Louis Stout present. Conley 
Manning was present representing the State Department of 
Education. The invocation was given by Alvis Johnson. 

Pat Crawford moved, seconded by Chester Turner, that the 
minutes of the meeting held on October 8, 1983. be approved as 
submitted. The motion carried unanimously. 

Alvis Johnson made the motion that all bills of the Association 
for October 1983 be approved. John Brock seconded the motion. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Alvis Johnson, a representative of the Board on the Kentucky 
Medical Association's Subcommittee on Athlete's Health, gave a 
brief summary of the first meeting that was held on November 17, 
1983. Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise distributed copies of the 
minutes of the meeting to all Board members. 

Mr. Wise gave a report on the attendance at the football 
playoffs, stating that attendance and gate receipts were slightly 
down from 1982-83. 

Mr. Wise then recommended to the Board that basketball 
tournament officials be paid as follows: $35,00, District 
Tournament: $45.00, Regional Tournament: $55.00, State 
Tournament: plus 15C per mile for all necessary mileage. Pat 
Crawford moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that Mr. Wise's 
recommendation be accepted. The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Mills reported to the Board that each year we send $500.00 
to each team participating in the Girls' and Boys' State Basketball 
Tournaments for miscellaneous expenses. He informed the Board 
that it was usually necessary to transfer funds from the Boys' 
Account to the Girls' Account to cover this expenditure. The Board 
approved this transfer of funds. 

After some discussion regarding the assignment of officials for 
the district and regional basketball tournaments. Mr. Black 
authorized Mr, Wise to check with the Local Policy Boards and 
make a recommendation at the January meeting ot the Board of 
Control. 

Eldon Davidson, Chairman of the Constitution and By-Laws 
Committee, reported that several Proposals to be presented to the 
Delegate Assembly had been brought to his attention. These 
Proposals will be presented In their entirety to the Board of Control 
at their January meeting. 

Mr. Mills discussed with members of the Board information 
contained in a letter received from Superintendent of Public 
Instruction Raymond Barber relative to K.H.S.A.A, Article III. 
Membership, as it applies to the 9th grade, Mr, Barberstated that it 
is the position of the Department of Education that the KH.SA.A, 
not only has the authohty, but also a mandate, from the State Board 
of Education to regulate all interscholastic athletics at the ninth 
grade level, regardless of whether a particular ninth grade class is 
included with a middle school or with grades 10-1 2 in a high school, 
Mr. Barber explained further that proper administration of the 
authority delegated to the KHS.A.A. would require it to regulate 
competition by and eligibility for athletic teams competing in 
grades 9-1 2 regardless of the fact that the ninth grade may be a part 
of a middle school organization in a particular district. Following a 
discussion. Commissioner Mills was instructed by the Board of 
Control to take the necessary steps to enforce the mandate as set 
forth in Mr, Barber's letter and to notify the member schools 
accordingly. 

Commissioner Mills presented a letter received from Lafayette 
High School suggesting a re-alignment of basketball districts to 
eliminate three team districts. It was suggested that this request be 
given to the Basketball Committee and have them make a 
recommendation at the January meeting. 

Commissioner Mills then read a letter received from Mr. John 
Radjunas regarding a Charity Football All-Star Game to be 
sponsored by the Kentucky and Tennessee Coaches Association 
in June 1984. Due to the fact that the Board of Control does not 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1983 



DECEMBER, 1983 VOL. XLIV, NO. 5 

Published monthly, except J uneandJuly, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 191 7, authorized May 
3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGiD L. DeVRiES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President-Charles Black (1980-1984) Barbourville, Vice 
President-Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) Monticello, 
Directors-John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead, Whaylon 
Coleman (1980-1984) Owensboro, Patrick L. Crawford 
(1982-1986) Louisville, Alvis Johnson (1980-1984) 
Harrodsburg, Robert Rogers (1981-1985) Barlow, Ray 
Story (1982-1986) Radcliff, Chester Turner (1983-1987) 
Fort Thomas, David Webb (1983-1987) Brownville, 
Conley Manning-State Department of Education 
Representative. 

Subscription Rate $5.00 per year 



(Minutes continued from Page One) 

sanction all-star or post-season games. John Brock moved that the 
Board go on record as supporting the Kentucky High School 
Coaches Association All-Star Game. Alvis Johnson seconded the 
motion. The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Mills submitted to the Board for consideration the bid 
received from Sports Productions Incorporated to televise the 1 984 
Boys State Basketball Tournament, with an option to televise the 
1984 Class AAAA football championship game, and the 1985 Boys 
and Girls State Basketball Tournaments. Following a discussion on 
the contents of the bid, Pat Crawford moved, seconded by Chester 
Turner, that the bid be accepted and that the Commissioner be 
empowered to negotiate the alternative included therein. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills presented to the Board notarized 
statements received from two Wayne County High School students 
concerning the transfer of James Fletcher. After a lengthy 
discussion of the eligibility ruling and an investigation of this case 
by Executive Assistant Billy Wise, who found no evidence of undue 
influence, John Brock moved that the decision of the 
Commissioner stand in this case. The Commissioner was 
instructed to advise Principal George Horton, Wayne County High 
School, that if he was in disagreement with his decision, he could 
appeal it under the Due Process Procedure as outlined in the 1983- 
84 edition of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association's 
Constitution and By-Laws. Bob Rogers seconded the motion. The 
motion carried by a vote of seven in favor and two abstentions. 

Bob Rogers moved that the next meeting of the Board of 
Control be held in Louisvilleon January 19, 1984, for the purpose of 
hearing appeals and on January 20, 1984, for the regular meeting to 
coincide with the Louisville Invitational Tournament. Appeals 
hearings would begin at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, and the regular 
business meeting at 10:00 a.m. on Friday. John Brock seconded the 
motion. The motion carried unanimously. The Executive 
Committee will meet at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, prior to the appeals 
hearings. 

Asst Commissioner Louis Stout reported that it was the 
recommendation of the All-Sports Committee that the State 
Baseball Tournament be held at Johnson Central High School in 
1 984. Ray Story moved that the recommendation of the All-Sports 
Committee be accepted. Whaylon Coleman seconded the motion. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Asst. Commissioner Brigid DeVries reported to the Board that, 
as directed, a questionnaire had been mailed to each member 



school sponsoring a track program to determine if they prefer 
present track format (sections) or if they prefer to return to the 
previous plan (the winner and runner-up at the regional level 
advanced to the state, making a two day meet). She reported that 
she had received 122 replies thus far. The results of the survey will 
be reported to the Board during the January meeting. 

Alvis Johnson, Chairman of the All-Sports Committee, 
announced that their next meeting would be on December 16 at 
10:00 a.m. at the K.H.SA.A. Office Building. 

Ray Story, Chairman of the Basketball Committee, announced 
that their next meeting would be held on the same date at 2:00 p.m. 

There being no further business, Pat Crawford moved, 
seconded by John Brock, that the meeting be adjourned. The 
motion carried unanimously. 



MINUTES OF 
APPEALS HEARINGS 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the Executive Inn East in Louisville. Kentucky, 
on Friday morning, November 25, 1983, for the purpose of hearing 
appeals. The meeting was called to order by President Charles 
Black at 9:00 a.m. Present were Board members Eldon Davidson. 
Patrick Crawford, Alvis Johnson, Chester Turner, David Webb, Ray 
Story and John Brock; Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive 
Assistant Billy V. Wise, and Asst. Commissioner Brigid DeVries. 
The invocation was given by Alvis Johnson. 

Commissioner Mills introduced Mr. Robert Cliff who had 
requested an appeal of By-Law 6. Transfer Rule, before the Board 
on behalf of his son, Craig Cliff, a student at Dixie Heights High 
School. Following his presentation and a discussion thereof, Mr. 
Ray Story moved, seconded by Mr. Pat Crawford that By-Law 6, 
Transfer Rule, not be waived in this case. The motion passed by a 
vote of five in favor, one opposed and one abstention. 

The next appeal was presented by Karen Anderson and Phil 
Anderson, her husband on behalf of her son, Robert Callen, a 
student at Dixie Heights High School. Mrs. Anderson appeared 
before the Board to ask that By-Law 6, Transfer Rule, be waived in 
this case After their presentation and following a discussion 
thereof, David Webb moved that the ruling of the Commissioner be 
upheld in this case. Eldon Davidson seconded the motion. The 
motion carried by a vote of five in favor, one opposed and one 
abstention. 

Asst. Principal Eddie Michael, Lawrence County High School, 
appeared before the Board on behalf of Eddie Lowe, a student at 
the school, to appeal the decision of the Commissioner of By-Law 
6, Transfer Rule. Following Mr. Michael's presentation and 
questions by the Board members regarding the facts in the case, 
John Brock moved that the Commissioner's ruling be upheld. The 
motion was seconded by Pat Crawford. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills explained the Due Process Procedure for 
appealing the decisions of the Board to each of the above 
representatives. 

There being no further appeals. Eldon Davidson moved, 
seconded by Ray Story that the meeting be adjourned. The motion 
carried unanimously. 



— NOTICE — 

All member schools who are planning 
to field a Girls Slowpitch Softball Team 
must do so prior to Wednesday, 
February 1, 1984. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1983 



Page Three 



1983 Kentucky High School Football Playoff Winners 

Finals — Kentucky Fair & Exposition Center 

Louisville, Kentucky 



Region I 

Fulton County 



District 1 


Russellville 


42 




19 


Russellville 42 




Russellville 28 







Russellville 


CLASS A 








District 2 - Edmonson County 




7 




Region ii 


34 






District 1 - Paris 


Cumberland 13 









Paris 










16 




District 2 


Carroll Co. 




Carroll Co. 15 
















Cumberland 


Region III 

District 1 - Beechwood 


36 




STATE CHAMPION 

CLASS A 

Nov. 25, 1983 







Beechwood 


District 2 - Nicholas County 




18 




Region IV 

Cumberland 48 




25 






District 1 


Cumberland 






Lynn-Camp 12 




7 


Cumberland 




Virgie 












District 2 


Pikeville 




Pikeville 25 











Region 1 

District 1 - Mayfield 




22 









Mayfield 




District 2 - Hancock Co. 




CLASS AA 


Region 11 

Sub-District 1 Glasgow 27 




' 6 




Fort Knox 19 




Sub-District 2 


Glasgow 






Hart Co. 6 




42 


Fort Knox 7 




Sub-District 1 

Fort Knox 29 












Sub-District 2 


Fort Knox 






Bardstown 




6 




Fort Knox 


Region III 

District 1 - Newport C 


atholic 


STATE CHAMPION 
CLASS AA 







Newport Catholic 7 




Nov. 25, 1983 


District 2 - East Carter 




Somerset 14 




Region IV 

Sub-District 1 - Russell Co. 19 




17 






Sub-District 2 


Somerset 






Somerset 48 







Somerset 8 




Sub-District 1 

M.C. Napier 










Sub-District 2 


Prestonsburg 




Prestonsburg 20 









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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1983 



1983 Kentucky State High School Football Playoff Winners 



Region 1 

District 2 - Franl<lin-Simpson 


24 








6 


Franl<lin-Simpso 


T 20 






District 1 - Paducah Tilghman 




19 


Franklin-Simpson 7 


CLASS AAA 


Region II 

Sub-District 1 - Meade Co. 33 




6 






Sub-District 2 


Marion Co. 






Marion Co. 14 




17 


Woodford Co. 










Woodford Co. 










Region III 








Conner 


Sub-District 1 - Conner 13 






STATE CHAMPION 


Sub-District 2 


Conner 


14 




CLASS AAA 


Highlands 6 




3 


Conner 


Nov. 25, 1983 


Sub-District 1 
Rocl<castle Co. 12 




40 











Conner 12 




Sub-District 2 


Danville 




Danville 33 




6 






Region IV 

District 1 - Breathitt C 


3. 








7 


Russell 




District 2 - Russell 













District 1 - 

Pleasure Ridge Park 6 




JEFFERSON COUNTY 






Doss 


6 




CLASS AAAA 


District II - Doss 22 




23 




District III - 
St. Xavier 35 




St. Xavier 20 








Trinity 26 




District IV - 


St. Xavier 




Jeffersontown 7 










District IV Trinity 














Trinity 


21 






District III - Male 







Trinity 21 




District II - Southern 












District 1 - 


Southern 






Bishop David 










Region 1 

District 1 - Madisonville 3 




STATE 


Trinity 


CLASS AAAA CHAMPION 


District II - 


OvL^ensboro 


28 




Nov. 26, 1983 


Owensboro 6 




21 






Region II 

District 1 - North Hardin 




Owensboro 34 








Owensboro 7 




District II - 


North Hardin 




Shelby Co. 7 










Region III 

District 1 - Tates Creek 12 












District II - 


Clark Co. 


27 






Clark Co. 16 




28 


Boone Co. 17 




Region IV 

District 1 - Boone Co. 23 












District II - 


Boone Co. 






Boyd Co. 7 











THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1983 



Page Five 



TRINITY — CLASS AAAA CHAMPION 




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Team Members, First Row (left to right): D. Schall, T. IVIeyer, D. IVIiller, D. Iglehart, D. Gower, E. Kalbtiin, G. Lawson, S. 
McGuire, S. Turney, D. Collier, T. Snawder, B. Nohalty. Second Row: P. Wibbles, C. Young, K. Stallings, J. Larch, A. Murray, 
T. Lee, T. Coke, M. Kamer, J. Wizor, G. Frederick, K. Bramer, C. Bollinger, B. Kuchenbrod. Third Row: T. Thomas, J. Krause, 
S. Willis, T. Watson, R. Romans, S. Cramer, A. Walker, P. Riley, M. Oberst, T. Stengel, 8. Barton, D. Brewer, S. Gregory, J. 
Miller. Fourth Row: C. Michelsen, D. Crane, C. Conti, R. Lohman, D. Funk, K. McMillan, D. Meiners, D. Gandolfo, M. Pfeifer, 
S. Breslin, C. Scott, D. Wolfe, B. Wuertz, M. Singer, J. Graehler. Fifth Row: K. Gramig, B. Weihe, J. Freibert, M. Diehl, E. 
Stratton, A. Hughes, C. Gardner, G. Havill, K. Chitwood, M. Grether, J. Lamb, R. Morris, T. Leckwert, G. Fischer, J. Lennon, 
C. McCreary. Sixth Row: T. Graham, B. Brink, G. Ackermann, T. Bibb, B. Carson, M. Osting, B. Barnett, D. Gardner, E. 
Morrison, J. Thompkins, G. Hall, A. Poff, L. Burris, D. Elder, J. Beckham, A. Adaza, B. Schmidt, S. Suhre, W. Wright, J. 
Desensi, J. Singhiser, M. Buckley, D. Hesse, P. Paxton, S. Schuster, M. Osting, K. Tarquinio, K. Logsdon, G. McFarland, S. 
Miller, L. Clements, E. Repinski, E. Lang, D. Lange, G. Koestel. Seventh Row: D. Long, L. Wiard, N. Osting, C. Johnson, K. 
Ellenbrand, J. Fowler, C. Weining, R. Gruneisen, C. Servino, H. Joyce, J. Bryant, M. Kalbhin, D. Anderson, B. Lynch, T. 
Joyce. 



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Team Members, First Row (left to right): Mgr. Robbie Boyle, Kenny Terry, Dennis McFarland, Phil Mundy, Berry Wilson, 
Trent Riley, Willie Watkins, Randy Miller, Scott Sturgeon, Vince Buck, Mgr. Bill Wilson. Second Row: Mgr. John Yeiser, 
Orbon Higgs, Tony Tinsley, Darren Buck, Ken McDonald, Sonny Evans, Wes Roberts, Mark Glover, Bert Riley, Jason 
Whistle, Lance Hinz, Kerry Martin, Don West, trainer Chris Gaddis. Third Row: Asst. Coach Don Schmied, Asst. Coach Sam 
Tandy, Asst. Coach Tom Purcell, Asst. Coach Steve Haaf, Fred Kelly, Lamech Curry, Mark Higgs, Dee Parm, Kenny Cravens, 
Gerry Cox, Jerry Vanover, Ronnie Long, Mack Dean. Fourth Row: Sam Main, Steve Kingsley, Carlos Phillips, Gordon Ware, 
Howell Roach, Scott Wathen, Tim Johnson, Vince Edwards, Kurt Anderson, Brian Smith, Scott Mayfield, Kenny Forrester, 
Scott Douglas, Asst. Coach Harley Trogdien, Asst. Coach Gene Van Hoose, Head Coach Larry Moore. Not Pictured: David 
Johnson, Ronnie Burroughs, David Royal, Gary Roebuck, Kevin Martin, Eric Loucks, Kevin Watkins, Asst. Coach Don 
Barlow. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1983 



CUMBERLAND — CLASS A CHAMPION 




Team Members: Eural Allen, Roger Chapman, Greg Collier, Steve Dixon, Bobby Mcllquham, David Murphy, Tody 
Pennington, Ken Smith, Richard Washington, David Daugherty, Mike Wesley, Gary Amos, David Childers, Doug Dixon, 
Dean Fields, Robert Kirksey, Johnny Lewis, Jeff Sherman, Anthony Thrash, John Wigington, Larry Gray, Eugene Johnson, 
William Hughes, Darrin Birchfield, James Eads, Darrin Jones, Alex Knoll, Greg Lewis, Eric Mannuel, Kirby Moss, Mike 
Sparkman, Ronald Tucker, Anthony Walker, Ryan Wesley, Randall Collett, Patrick Evans, Chip Strom, Robert Bailey, 
George Meeks, Raymond Royce, Freddie Maggard, Kevin Rhinehart, Chris Hernandez, Lance Jones, Steve Collins, Ricky 
Craig, Claude Turner. Head Coach: Tim Saylor. Asst. Coaches: Steve Foster, Larry Phillips, Frank Vicini, Ray Jenkins, 
William Cook. 



RUSSELLVILLE — CLASS A RUNNER-UP 




Team Members: Barry Hollins, Anthony Bibb, Clay Parrish, Ricky Cage, Andy Woodall, Oscar York, Preston Mayes, Brian 
Fruits, Craig Townsend, Deon Gamble, Jonathan Cage, Dale Holloway, Pernell Bibb, Eric Moseley, James Kees, Monty 
Grady, Rodney Gordon, Terry Dillihay, Rob Rutherford, Jessie Wooldridge, Steve Wood, Jeff Johnson, Brent Wilkins, Kelly 
Dickey, Craig Austin, Dudley Bouldin, Allen Barry, Al Smith, Billy Ferguson, Lynn Atkinson, Tony Hampton, Mike Miller, 
Buddy Smith, Roger Estep, Eric Coker, Brian Wilkins, Wallace Bouldin, Bubba Taylor, Ramon Beard, Sonny Green, Todd 
Harkelroad. Head Coach: Ken Barrett. Asst. Coaches: Phil Todd, Howard Wren, Steve Merideth, Korlin Harrison, David 
Kendall, Buddy Linton, Ted Zikeli. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1983 



Page Seven 



FORT KNOX — CLASS AA CHAMPION 






First Row (left to right): Dean Hanson, Franl< Clancy, Pat Williams, Maurice Lawrence, Todd Anoia, Brian Matthews, Scott Bryant, Tony 
Winston, Hiran Aguilar, Joe Matthews, Horacio Moronta III, Frankie Thomas. Second Row: William Watson, Mike Pope, Alex Keoleian, Shawn 
Coles, Ron Evans, Kevin Spencer, Robert Harold, David Emond, Joe Imel, Tom Smith, Willie Roland, Kenny Taylor, Herb Steigelman, Joe 
Washington. Third Row: Gary Thompson, Mike McCoy, Joe Jaggers, Jimmy Holland, Tom O'Neil, Dennis Griggs, Tom Shaw, Darren Bilberry, 
Ralph Williams, Gerrel Jones, Horacio Moronta II, Delta Brown, Rodney Henry, Brian Starkey, Joe Dickerson. Fourth Row: Bob Phillips, Joe 
Woodbury, Kevin Elder, Charles Pierson, Duane Brown, Paul Singer, Robert Goff, Bill Yaun. 



SOMERSET — CLASS AA RUNNER-UP 




Front Row (left to right): Mark Beasley, Mgr. Todd Jones, Jeff Gulock, Bubba Perkins, Lonnie Barnes, Lee Fitzgerald, Stuart Mcintosh, Wade 
Mitchell, Billy Floyd, Randy Mills, Tony Massey, Deon Mills. Second Row: Gary Rose, Tony Lewis, James Fletcher, Jerry Stigall, Walter 
Munday, Al Newell, Seth Atwell, Brad Brooks, Victor Jasper, Greg Nimmo, Kelly Stigall. Third Row: Shannon Mink, Rob Campbell, Steve Kelly, 
Scott Underwood, Brian Burns, Billy Perkins, Shannon Hail, Larry Brinson, Mike Curtis, Mike Howson. Fourth Row: Mark Mounce, Jerry 
Starnes, Tim Hyden, Randy Spurlock, Karl Crase, Bill Newell, Chad Girdler, Brad Cummins, Bart Campbell. Back Row: Scott Price, Mike 
Nelson, Jeff Perkins, Rick Eldridge, Jim Adams, Scott Whitaker, Tony Holts, Chris Perdue. 

FRANKLIN-SIMPSON — CLASS AAA RUNNER-UP 



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First Row (left to right): T. Baird, M. Metcalf, M. Hammonds, B. Burrell, T. Randolph, Troy Jones, A. Lockhart, S. Burklow, K. Downey, R. 
Caudill, S. Satterly, T. Bellamy. Second Row: A. Bell, W. Bland, G. Anderson, J. Savage, R. Caruer, A. Gaines, M. Thompson, K. Kirby, C. 
Marugg, W. Stewart, W. Spivey, L. Jones. Third Row: R. Hall, J. Stone, T. McGee, Tim Jones, R. Byrum, D. Uhls, K. Perry, L. Gann, J. Key, D. 
Nolan, J. Stovall, M. Caudill. Fourth Row: S. Evans, J. Howell, D. Perdue, W. McKinney, M. Williams, J. Dinwiddle, M. Conn, P.J. Payne, W. 
Kennedy, J. Yarbrough, M. Swift, R. Kirk, F. Payne, J. Raines. Fifth Row: M. Doakes, C. Hogan, J. Holder, J. Spencer, T. Johnson, K. Richards. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1983 



1983-84 K.H.S.A.A. MEMBERSHIP AND ASSIGNMENTS TO DISTRICTS AND 
REGIONS FOR GIRLS AND BOYS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 



REGION I 



D. 1 
D. 2 

D. 3 

D. 4 



School 

Carlisle County 

Fulton 

Fulton County 

Hickman County 

Ballard Memorial 

Heath 

Lone Oak 

Paducah Tilghman 

Reidland 

St, Mary 

Fancy Farm 

Farmington 

Lowes 

Sedalia 

Symsonia 

Wingo 

Calloway County 

Marshall County 

Mayfield 

Murray 



Address 

Bardwell 42023 
Fulton 42041 
Hickman 42050 
Clinton 42031 
Barlow 42024 
West Paducah 42086 
Paducah 40021 
Paducah 42001 
Paducah 42001 
Paducah 42001 
Fancy Farm 42039 
Farmington 42040 
Lowes 42061 
Sedalia 42079 
Symsonia 42082 
Wingo 42088 
Murray 42071 
Benton 42025 
Mayfield 42066 
Murray 42071 



Principal 

Burley Mathis 
Jimmie Cagle 
Richard Wilkerson 
Ray Curtis Wilson 
Bob Rogers 
Don Werner 
Lowell Turner 
Dr. Jim Jackson 
Don Rudolph 
Rev. Gerald Calhoun 
Donald M Jones 
Al Colley 
Charles W. Ford 
Jimmy Wiggins 
Linnard Gibson 
Donald Spicer 
Jerry Ainley 
Bobby G. Miller 
Ralph Colby 
Bill Wells 



Boys' Coach 

Dick Barr 
David Elliott 

Mark Cooper 
B. B. Kendrick 

Steve Speed 
Berny Miller 
Joe Mathis 
Larry Hopper 
Eddie Armstrong 
Louis Sims 
Jim Long 
Ken Wray 
Steve Dresher 
Wayne Wadlington 
Jack Pack 
Craynor Sloan 
Roger Fields 
Cary Miller 



Girls' Coach 

Frank Brazzell 
Wayne Lohaus 
Jim McGrath 
Gerald Vaughn 
Frank Haneline 

Cliff Owen 
David Roof 
Gary Cunningham 
Richard Durbin 
Phillip Forester 
Joe Warren 
Lana Jackson 
Billy Kinsey 
Belinda Hawkins 
Judy Gates 
John Orr 
Howard Beth 
Lanny Lancaster 
Jimmy Herrell 



REGION II 



D. 5 

D. 6 
D. 7 
D. 8 



Caldwell County 
Crittenden County 
Livingston Central 
Lyon County 
Trigg County 
Henderson County 
Providence 
Union County 
Webster County 
Dawson Springs 
Madisonville - N.H. 
South Hopkins 
West Hopkins 
Christian County 
Fort Campbell 
Hopkinsville 



Princeton 42445 
Marion 42064 
Burna 42028 
Eddyville 42038 
Cadiz 42211 
Henderson 42420 
Providence 42450 
Morganfield 42437 
Dixon 42409 
Dawson Springs 42408 
Madisonville 42431 
Nortonville 42442 
Nebo 42441 
Hopkinsville 42240 
Ft. Campbell 42223 
Hopkinsville 42240 



Charles T. Elder 
Clinton D. Kirk 
Kenneth T. Hardin 
Buddy L. Nichols 
August Pisa 
Howard R. Crittenden 
J.W. Ballard 
Richard Vincent 
Bob Gillaspie 
Philip D Back 
Floyd Brown 
William H. Dunning 
Gary Morgan 
Barney Thweatt 
Bill R. Perry 
Harold Wood 



Harry Byrd 
Hugh Highfil 
Don Ringstaff 
Doug Phelps 
Ray Maggard 
Bill Loney 
Dwayne Bucy 
Tris Kington 
John D. Wilson 
Philip D. Back 
Don Parson 
Lonnie Burgett 
Jim Beshear 
Lyie Dunbar 
Tim McDougle 
Daryl Hallmark 



William Fralick 
Joe McCord 
Larry Lock 
Carroll Wadlington 
George Radford 
Jerry Mezur 
Jay Cobb 
Bob Brantley 
Phil Gibsono 
Randy Oliver 
Teresa Ashby 
Mark Rutledge 
Doug Harris 
Lynn Colley 
Kenneth Killebrew 
Bob McCord 



REGION III 



D. 


9 


Apollo 


Owensboro 42301 


Frank A. List 


John Whitmer 


Willis McClure 






Daviess County 


Owensboro 42301 


Waymond Morris 


Mike West 








Owensboro 


Owensboro 42301 


Bill Van Winkle 


Randy Embry 


Walter Lee 


D. 




Owensboro Catholic 


Owensboro 42301 


Rev. J. Edward Bradley 


Jim Mueller 


Mike Reeves 


10 


Bremen 


Bremen 42325 


Ken Arbuckle 


Bryan Whitaker 


Barry Barnes 






Central City 


Central City 42330 


Jim Wilcox 


Tony Hopper 


Tom Patrick 






Drakesboro 


Drakesboro 42337 


James Dossett 


Robie Harper 


Robie Harper 






Graham 


Graham 42344 


Carl R. Sparks 


Taylor Sparks 


Mickey Strader 






Greenville 


Greenville 42345 


Charles Cummers 


Mike Riffe 








Hughes-Kirk 


Beechmont 42372 


Allen J. Miller 


Randy Ursery 


Terry Shutt 


D. 


11 


Muhlenberg Central 


Powderly 42367 


Perry F. Hill 


Dale Todd 


Sam Sparks 


Breckinridge County 


Harned 40144 


Rob Cox 


Dean Hobbs 


Denny LaGrange 






Frederick Fraize 


Cloverport40111 


Ed Belcher 


Damon Akridge 


David Buchele 






Hancock County 


Lewisport 42351 


Herbert S. Young 


Don Unruh 


David Cowden 






St. Romuald 


Hardinsburg 40143 


Joe Mancini 


Randy Kidder 


Carolyn Hutchinson 


D. 


12 


Trinity 


Whitesville 42378 


Chris Cameron 


Mark Adams 


Stephanie Warren 


Fordsville 


Fordsville 42343 


Dr. Leonard Ralph 


Steve Patton 


Darline Ashby 






Grayson County 


Leitchfield 42754 


Teddy White 


Charles Grain 


Mike Geary 






Ohio County 


Hartford 42347 


David Leach 


Don Hoskins 


Charles Albin 






McLean County 


Calhoun 42327 


Donald Hayes 


Rick Johnson 


Andy Groves 



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REGION IV 



D. 


13 


Butler County 


Morgantown 42261 


Ray Burden 


Bob Burden 


Gary Wallace 






Logan County 


Russellville 42276 


Howard Gorrell 


Gerald Sinclair 


Jim Thompson 






Russellville 


Russellville 42276 


Wallace Mason 




Matt Tipton 






Todd Central 


Elkton 42220 


Andrew Renick 


Fred Harper 


Jerri Houchin 


D. 


14 


Bowling Green 


Bowling Green 42101 


W. A, Franklin 


Jim Faulkner 


Clarence Thomas 






Franklin-Simpson 


Franklin 42134 


Ken Metcalf 


Frank Cardwell 


Robert Matthews 






Potter Christian 


Bowling Green 42101 


Barclay Riley 


Tony Rutherford 


Rick May 






Warren Central 


Bowling Green 42101 


David D. Crowe 


Curtis Turley 


Vanous Lloyd 






Warren East 


Bowling Green 42101 


Joe Watkins 


Tommy Compton 


Fred Carter 


D. 


15 


Allen County 


Scottsville 42164 


Bennie Keen 


Wendell Brown 


David Young 






Barren County 


Glasgow 42141 


James Coomer 


Carroll Yager 








Edmonson County 


Brownsville 42210 


Johnny Vincent 


Norm Weaver 


Mike Houchin 






Glasgow 


Glasgow 42141 


Jerry L. Harris 


Bobby Cook 


Terry Flatt 


D. 


16 


Clinton County 


Albany 42602 


Howard Owens 


Gary Dunlap 


David McFarland 






Cumberland County 


Burkesville 42717 


Ronnie Skipworth 


David Wells 


Tom Watson 






Gamaliel 


Gamaliel 42140 


Jerome Taylor 


Billy Murphy 








Metcalfe County 


Edmonton 42129 


Hurshel Toms 




Gary Richardson 






Tompkinsville 


Tompkinsville 42167 


Prentice Stanford 




Bill McClendon 



REGION V 



D. 17 East Hardin 

Elizabethtown 
Fort Knox 
Meade County 
North Hardin 
West Hardin 

D. 18 Caverna 

Green County 
Hart County 
LaRue County 

D. 19 Bardstown 

Bethlehem 
Nelson County 
Washington County 

D. 20 Adair County 

Campbellsville 
Marion County 
Taylor County 



Glendale 42740 
Elizabethtown 42701 
Fort Knox 40121 
Brandenburg 40108 
Radcliff 40160 
Stephensburg 42781 
Horse Cave 42749 
Greensburg 42743 
Munfordville 42765 
Hodgeville 42748 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Springfield 40069 
Columbia 42728 
Campbellsville 42718 
Lebanon 40033 
Campbellsville 42718 



Bill Reynolds 

Charles M. Rawlings 

William S. Johns 

Vernon K. Wilson 

Ray Story 

Bill Kelley 

J. Leiand Clack 

Forrest Kelly 

Waymon Denison 

Corkey Cox 

Jude Talbott 

Sister Margaret Willis 

John Snider 

W. Virgil Chambers 

George Critz 

Charles T. Richardson 

Charles Crawley 

Edward Cox 



Kenneth Morris 
Gary French 
Lee Bishop 
Larry Miller 
Ron Bevars 
Harry Wright 
Kim Shaw 
Carl Deaton 
Terry Martin 
Roy McKamey 
Tom Williams 
Bev Hart 

Randal Robertson 
Charles Simpson 
Keith Young 
Sam Karr 

Fred Waddle 



Kenneth Rucker 
Robert Shearer 
Junie Jones 
Bob Pollock 
Marlene Lamm 
Kenny Lane 
Phil Gowdy 
Savonna Williams 
Jerry Taylor 
Joe Newton 
Roland Williams 
Gary Kidwell 
Minor Harmon 
Bill Newton 
Greg Bardin 
Cathy Settles 
Beverly Roby 
Rollin McQueary 



REGION VI 



D. 


21 


Central 




Louisville 40203 


Ellis Perry, Jr. 


Robert L. Graves 


Lou Wheeler 






Portland Christ 


an 


Louisville 40212 


Ted Hardin 


Steve Hill 








Presentation Academy 


Louisville 40203 


Sr, Maureen Coughlin 




Jim Protenic 


D. 


22 


Shawnee 




Louisville 40212 


George Carson 


Estil Griffis 


Lonnie Johnson 


Angela Merici 




Louisville 40216 


Sr. Paula Kleine-Kracht 




Ray Koch 






Bishop David 




Louisville 40216 


Gerald Wilkinson 


Tony Simpson 








Butler 




Louisville 40216 


Byron H. Bell 


Mike Durham 


Mike Johnson 






Pleasure Ridge 


Park 


Louisville 40258 


Charles Miller 


Dale Mabrey 


Larry Pack 


D. 


23 


Western 




Louisville 40216 


John D. Brown 


Bobby Jones 




Beth Haven Christian 


Louisville 40272 


John Russell 


Pat Milhgan 


George Clark 






Doss 




Louisville 40214 


Stanley Whitaker 


Leon Mudd 








Fairdale 




Fairdale 40118 


John Turner 


Stanley Hardin 


Elizabeth Thornberry 


D. 


24 


Valley 




Valley Station 40272 


Thomas McCarthy 


Fred Copass 


Robert Durham 


DeSales 




Louisville 40214 


Ray Rieber 


Mike Campbell 








Evangel 




Louisville 40219 


Waymon Jones 


Rick Bolus 








Holy Rosary 




Louisville 40214 


Beverly McAuliffe 


Bill Young 


Bill Young 






Iroquois 




Louisville 40215 


Harry Tibbs 


Charles Moore 


Von Macklin 






Southern 




Louisville 40219 


James Burch 


Steve Kinney 


Bill Brown 



REGION VII 



D. 25 



Brown 


Louisville 40202 


Martha Ellison 


George Walker 




DuPont Manual 


Louisville 40208 


Joe Liedtke 


Fred Holden 


Leonard Coulte 


Ky. School f/t Blind 


Louisville 40206 


Richmond Marcy 






Louisville Collegiate 


Louisville 40204 


Douglas Mackelcan 


Ed Costello 


Susan Gardner 


Male Traditional 


Louisville 40203 


R. Ted Boehm 


Maurice Payne 


Tena Leahy 


Mercy Academy 


Louisville 40204 


Mary Boyce 




Charlie Just 


Ninth & O Baptist 


Louisville 40208 


Robert Estes 




Debbie Probus 


St. Francis 


Louisville 40202 


Thomas Pike 


Bill Williams 




St. Xavier 


Louisville 40217 


Bro. Edward Driscoll 


Alan Donhoff 





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D. 26 Assumption 

Atherton 

Christian Academy 
of Louisville 

Seneca 

Trinity 
D. 27 Fern Creek 

Jeffersontown 

Moore 

Walden 
D. 28 Ballard 

Eastern 

Kentucky Country Day 

Sacred Heart Academy 

Waggener 



Louisville 40205 
Louisville 40205 

Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40220 
Louisville 40207 
Fern Creek 40291 
Jeffersontown 40299 
Louisville 40228 
Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40222 
Louisville 40243 
Louisville 40222 
Louisville 40206 
Louisville 40207 



Karen Russ 
Sonny Hubbs 

John S. Pittenger 
John Whiting 
Rev. Thomas Duerr 
John V- Reschar Sr. 
James Sexton 
Luther McDowell Jr. 
John Gernert 
Patrick Crawford 
Harold Andrews 
James Ledyard 
Sr. Marie Willenbrink 
Donna Ludwig 



Bill Moore 



Glenn Collie 
J. Thompson 
George Abernathy 
Robert Bozarth 
Joe Burks, Jr. 
Duane Hill 
Dwayne Bucy 
Bill Kercher 
R. Dean Gregg 

Don Hoffman 



Stephanie Greathouse 
Jerry Wilson 

Lonnie Willoughby 
John Doggendorf 

Paul Callahan 
Art Olliges 
Phil Ritz 

Janice Crenshaw 
Duane Bolin 
Ron Gathright 
John Filar 
Bunny Daugherty 
Bob Stewart 



REGION VIII 



D. 29 
D. 30 

D. 31 
D. 32 



Bullitt Central 
Bullitt East 
North Bullitt 
Spencer County 
Anderson County 
Eminence 
Henry County 
Shelby County 
Western Anderson 
Carroll County 
Gallatin County 
Oldham County 
Trimble County 
Grant County 
Owen County 
Scott County 
Williamstown 



Shepherdsville 40165 
Mt. Washington 40047 
Shepherdsville 40165 
Shelbyville 40065 
Lawrenceburg 40342 
Eminence 40019 
New Castle 40050 
Shelbyville 40065 
Lawrenceburg 40342 
Carrollton 41008 
Warsaw 41095 
Buckner 40010 
Bedford 40006 
Dry Ridge 41035 
Owenton 40359 
Georgetown 40324 
Williamstown 41097 



George Valentine 
Ray Foster 
C.T. Collins 
James F. Huggins 
Sonny Fentress 
David Baird 
H.B. Brady 
Sam Chandler 
Charles Scott 
William Cord 
Bill Prewitt 
Justin Minnehan 
Larry Moore 
John W. Brill 
Dr. Tom Taylor 
Tom Sims 
Shirley Wagoner 



Bill Schott 
Bill Bass 
Garry Jervis 
Mike Oder 
Kermit Koenig 
Larry Cheatham 
John Reeves 
Tom Creamer 
Paul Watts 
Bobby Simpson 
Wayne Scudder 
Bob Hoggard 
James Hurst 
C.R. Wenderoth 
Jerry Garris 
Everett Varney 
David Miller 



Mary Ann Elam 
Steve Small 
Phil Berry 
Debbie Atherton 
Bill Pickett 
Don Van Meter 
Paula Martin 
Charlotte Chowning 
Cindy Franklin 
Doug Rusk 
Jim Hinsdale 

Jim Barnes 
Bill Davidson 
Delmas Castle 
Bruce Bottoms 
Hilbert Hensley 



REGION IX 



D. 33 Boone County 

Conner 

Dixie Heights 

Lloyd Memorial 

St. Henry 

Simon Kenton 

Walton-Verona 
D. 34 Beechwood 

Covington Catholic 

Covington Latin 

Holmes 

Holy Cross 

Ludlow 

Notre Dame 

Villa Madonna Academy 
D. 35 Bellevue 

Dayton 

Newport 

Newport Central 
Catholic 
D. 36 Bishop Brossarf 

Campbell County 

Highlands 

Silver Grove 

Scoff 



Florence 41042 
Hebron 41048 
Ft. Mitchell 41017 
Erianger 41018 
Elsmere 41018 
Independence 41051 
Walton 41094 
Ft. Mitchell 41017 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41014 
Covington 41015 
Ludlow 41016 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41016-1197 
Bellevue 41073 
Dayton 41074 
Newport 41071 

Newport 41071 
Alexandria 41001 
Alexandria 41001 
Ft. Thomas 41075 
Silver Grove 41085 
Covington 41015 



Ken Johnstone 
William Arnold 
Jim Jenkins 
Charles Ray Fugitt 
Ronald Albrinck 
Robert Abell 
Frank Lyons 
Dr. Lee Stearns 
Paul Brinker 
Rev. Edwin Heile 
Dr Roger Childress 
Frank Russell 
Thomas Holloway 
Sr. M, Virginia Ann 
Sr. Nancy Kordenbrock 
William Dosch 
Tom Hood 
George Frakes 

Carl Foster 
Thomas Seither 
Raymond lies 
Chester Turner 
Timothy Barrow 
Bob Konerman 



Mike Karr 
Bill Wartield 
Dean Fookes 
Bill Code 
John Quatman 
Mike Sebastian 
Bob Eades 
Wayne Shipley 
Jack Kaelin 
Gene Morrison 
Reynolds Flynn 
Pat Ryan 
Ray Thompson 



Mike Swauger 
Stan Steidel 
John Gross 

Gary Schulte 
Todd Kofler 
Bob Jones 
Ken Shields 
Phillip Lovely 
Jim Mitchell 



Ben Coffman 
Tim Shields 
Dave Sorell 
Rusty Kordenbrock 
Barbara elites 
Gerry Scaring! 
Bob Coates 
Nancy Berger 
George Schneider 

James Woolridge 
Bill Goller 
Roger Lewis 
Sarah Kelsch 
Annette Fischer 

Mike Hall 
Cindy Schlosser 

Jenny Niehaus 
Ray Hildebrand 
Margi McKenna 
Don Dobson 
James Elam 
Linda Moore 



REGION X 



D. 37 



D. 38 



Bourbon County 
Harrison County 
Millersburg Military 
Nicholas County 
Paris 
Augusta 
Bracken County 
Deming 
Pendleton County 



Paris 40361 
Cynthiana 41031 
Millersburg 40348 
Carlisle 40311 
Paris 40361 
Augusta 41002 
Brooksville 41004 
Mt. Olivet 41064 
Falmouth 41040 



William Case 
Jerry Jenkins 
Dr. Alan Saunders 
David McMillen 
Homer Goins 
Roy Machen II 
Joe Seavers 
Larry Kelsch 
Larry Sutton 



Russ Day 
Mike Listerman 
Cary Carr 
Mike Kenny 
Mark Grain 
Gary Russo 
Daniel Cooper 
Gary McKinney 



James Ishmael 
Joe Mahan 

Barbara Kenney 
Judy Cox 
Maria Kelsch 
Tony Johnson 
Steve Gifford 



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D. 39 Fleming County 

Mason County 
Maysvllle 
St. Patrick 
Tollesboro 

D. 40 Bath County 

Estill County 
George Rogers Clark 
Montgomery County 



Flemingsburg 41041 
Maysville 41056 
Maysvllle 41056 
Maysville 41056 
Tollesboro 41189 
Owingsville 40360 
Irvine 40336 
Winchester 40391 
Mt. Sterling 40353 



Joe Gold 
John Branson 
Sam Hall 
Sr. Louise Dwyer 
Michael Forman 
Ewell Smoot, Jr. 
Danny Click 
Claude Salle, Jr. 
David Points 



Martin Voiers 
Allen Feldhaus 
Bill Frey 
Lex Turner 
Alan Bane 

Bart Rison 
Lake Kelly 
Julian Cunningham 



Billy Calvert 
Robert Hutchinson 
John Fields 
Ralph Dunlap 

Hopey New/kirk 
Leighton Worrell 
Dan Hempel 
Temple Donaldson 



REGION XI 



D. 41 

D. 42 
D. 43 

D. 44 



Frankfort 
Franklin County 
Western Hills 
Woodford County 
Jessamine County 
Lexington Catholic 
Sayre 

Bryan Station 
Henry Clay 
Lafayette 
Tales Creek 
Berea Comm. 
Madison 
Madison Central 
Model Laboratory 



Frankfort 40601 
Frankfort 40601 
Frankfort 40601 
Versailles 40383 
Nicholasville 40356 
Lexington 40503 
Lexington 40507 
Lexington 40505 
Lexington 40502 
Lexington 40503 
Lexington 40502 
Berea 40403 
Richmond 40475 
Richmond 40475 
Richmond 40475 



Donald Hines 

Robert Hoagland 

Dr. Fred Simpson 

Ken Tippett 

Frank Conyers 

Rev. Paul Arbogast 

Tom Grunwald 

Richard Jones 

Bill Hurt 

Dwight Price 

Kenneth Cox 

Dr. Betty Watson 

Monty Joe Lovell 

Frank Nassida 

Dr. Stephen Henderson 



Mark Green 
Gary Moore 
Joe Rogers 
Gene Kirk 
Gary Holobek 
Tommy Starns 
Jim Lanksaer 
Ed Allin 
Al Prewitt 
Don Harville 
Nolan Barger 
Steve Riddle 
Phillip Runyon 
Bill Fultz 
Shirley Kearns 



Greg Graham 
Sally Gaines 
Harold Miller 
Sharon Tippett 
Glen Teater 
James Dempsey 
Mike Lamb 
Valerie Langlois 
Jackie Austin 
Brent Arnold 
Brad Svnitzer 
C. Ray Martin 
Rufus Harris 
Frank Ray 
Carol Christian 



REGION XII 



D. 45 
D. 46 
D. 47 
D. 48 



Boyle County 
Danville 

Ky School f/t Deaf 
Lincoln County 
Burgin 

Garrard County 
Harrodsburg 
Mercer County 
McCreary Central 
Monticello 
Russell County 
Wayne County 
Casey County 
Laurel County 
Pulaski County 
Somerset 



Danville 40422 
Danville 40422 
Danville 40422 
Stanford 40484 
Burgin 40310 
Lancaster 40444 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Stearns 42647 
Monticello 42633 
Russell Springs 42642 
Monticello 42633 
Liberty 42539 
London 40741 
Somerset 42501 
Somerset 42501 



Arnold Marshall 
Don Turner 
Tom Kearns 
Jack Portw/ood 
Louie Hammons 
Johnnie Laswell 
Delmer Warren 
James E. Gash 
Benny Hamby 
Eldon Davidson 
Herbert Davis 
George O. Horton 
Forrest Stafford 
Carl Patton 
Larry Stewart 
James Sears 



Tommy Mills 
Donn Marston 

John Wilder 
Bob Hall 

Howard Wallen. Jr. 
Barry Wfelty 

Jerry Stephens 
Wade Upchurch 
Kay Morris 
Joe Harper 
Phil Williams 
Charles Broughton 
David Fraley 
Kirk Chiles 



Joan Mann 
Bernard Brant 

Ron Waldroup 
Debbie Perry 
Kenneth Hurt 



Jerry Ross 
Mark Borders 
Kenth Ellie 
Wayne Ryan 
Greg Scholl 
Roy Bowling 
Larry Hurt 
Bob Tucker 



REGION XIII 



D. 49 Clay County 

Jackson County 
Oneida Baptist 
Rockcastle County 

D. 50 Barbourville 

Corbin 
Knox Central 
Lynn Camp 
St Camillus Academy 
Whitley County 
Williamsburg 

D. 51 Bell County 

Lone Jack 
Middlesboro 
Pineville 
Red Bird 

D. 52 Cumberland 

Evarts 
Harlan 
James Cawood 



Manchester 40962 
McKee 40447 
Oneida 40972 
Mt. Vernon 40456 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Corbin 40701 
Williamsburg 40769 
Williamsburg 40769 
Pineville 40977 
Four Mile 40939 
Middlesboro 40465 
Pineville 40977 
Beverly 40913 
Cumberland 40823 
Evarts 40828 
Harlan 40831 
Harlan 40831 



Lee Brown 

Dr Russell Bowen, Jr. 
Oliver Hawkins. Sr 
Cleston Saylor 
James Davis 
Ray Tipton 
Charles Black 
Clayton Taylor 
Sr M. Amabilis 
Elmer Lawson 
Jack Foley 
Pearl Lefevers 
Lowell Turner 
John Patterson 
William Adams 
Olen Taylor Collins 
Bob Morris 
Wallace Napier. Jr. 
Bob Morris 
Joshua Hensley 



Bobby Keith 
David Lunsford 
-arry Gritton 
Mike Appleman 
Vencil Phipps 
John Fletcher 
Bill Swafford 
Clyde Dixon 

Bill Perkins 
Paul Falin 
Richard Webb 
Wayne Walters 
Larry Bruner 
Kenny Woods 

Bill Berta 
David Parks 
Bill Hicks 



Larry Sizemore 
Janet McCowan 
Sheila Salyer 
Preston Parrett 
Vencil Phipps 
Willard Farris 
Daphne Goodin 
Eddie Harris 

James Rains 
Larry Anderson 
Eligah Smith 
Frank Overton. Jr. 
Ken Condra 
Bryant Caudill 

John Bond 
Earl Rogers 
Debbie Brown 
Mike Jones 



REGION XIV 



D. 53 



Fleming-Neon 
Jenkins 



Fleming 41816 
Jenkins 41537 



David Jones 

Wm. Halliburton Greer 



Dave Hammond 
Bernard Hall 



Sue Kincer 
Randy Bentley 



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Letcher 


Letcher 41832 


Sherrlll Slone 


Dan Bates 


Richard Smith 






Whitesburg 


Whitesburg 41858 


Ramson Holbrook 


A. H. Holbrook 


John High 


D. 


54 


Buckhorn 


Buckhorn 41721 


Wm. B. Napier 


Dennis Wooton 


Lucy MInter 






Dilce Combs 


Jeff 41751 


Douglas Campbell 




Douglas Campbell 






Hazard 


Hazard 41701 


Fred Stidham 




Bill Jordan 






Leslie County 


Hyden 41749 


Omus Shepherd 


Ronnie Stidham 


Wendell Wilson 






M.C. Napier 


Hazard 41701 


Harold Combs 


Denny Fugate 


Orambus Napier, Jr. 


D. 


55 


Breathitt County 


Jackson 41339 


W. A. Toler 


James Turner 


J. P. Deaton 






Cordia 


Hazard 41701 


Bobby Smith 


William Madden 


Zella Combs 






Jackson 


Jackson 41339 


James Goff 


David Perkins 


James Campbell 






Knott County Central 


Hindman 41822 


Billy Triplet! 


Eddie Gibson 


Larry Hayes 






Riverside Christian 


Lost Creek 41348 


Doran Hosteller 


Doran Hosteller 


Elaine Gibson 


D. 


56 


Lee County 


Beattyville 41311 


Gary Pack 


Charles Duncll 


David Jennings 






Owsley County 


Boonevllle 41314 


Russell Duff 


Charlie Turner 


Randall Spencer 






Powell County 


Stanton 40380 


Jim Potts 


Lonnie Morris 


Charles Childers 






Wolfe County 


Campton 41301 


Vernon Johnson 

REGION XV 






D. 


57 


Johnson Central 


Paintsvllle 41240 


Robert O'Bryan 


Michael Castle 


- 






Magoffin 


Salyersville 41465 


Ronald Gullett 


Danny Adams 


Jackie Howard 






Paintsvllle 


Paintsvllle 41240 


George Baker 


Bill M. Runyon 


Mary George 






Sheldon Clark 


Inez 41224 


John Haney 


John Williams 


Robin Harmon 


D. 


58 


Allen Central 


Eastern 41622 


James Dingus 










Betsy Layne 


Betsy Layne 41605 


Russell Frazler 


William Newsome, Jr 


Paul D. Tackett 






McDowell 


McDowell 41647 


Gary Fralzer 


Jerry Fultz 


Johnny Turner 






Prestonsburg 


Prestonsburg 41653 


Robert May 


Ralph Roberts 


Gary Hopkins 






Wheelwright 


Wheelwright 41669 


Ervin Pack 


Danny Jamerson 


Bobby Jones 


D. 


59 


Dorton 


Dorton 41520 


Glenn Wallace 


Gene Tackett 


Bobby Spears 






Millard 


Pikeville 41501 


Robert Wright 


Bun Jack Burnette 


Shirley Burnette 






Mullins 


PIkeville 41501 


Richard Goodman 


Steve Butcher 


Delorls Meek 






PIkeville 


PIkeville 41501 


Tom Swartz 


Ralph Wilson 


Elizabeth Lockhart 






Virgie 


Virgie 41572 


Phillip Johnson 


Bobby Osborne 


Karen Trivette 


D. 


60 


Belfry 
Elkhorn City 


Belfry 41514 
Elkhorn City 


Frank Welch 
James Hawkins 


Tom Runyon 


Delores Dotson 






Feds Creek 


Feds Creek 41524 


Dorse Adkins 


Ralph Good 








Johns Creek 


Pikeville 41501 


Ronald Thompson 


Robert Phillips 


Eddie Bevlns 






Phelps 


Phelps 41553 


John O'Brien 


Clay Campbell 


Ronnie Preece 



REGION XVI 



D. 61 
D. 62 

D. 63 

D. 64 



Menifee County 
Morgan County 
Rowan County 
East Carter 
Elliott County 
Lewis County 
West Carter 
Falrview 

Greenup County 
Raceland 
Russell 
Boyd County 
Holy Family 
Lawrence County 
Paul Blazer 



Frenchburg 40322 
West Liberty 41472 
Morehead 40351 
Grayson 41143 
Sandy Hook 41171 
Vanceburg 41179 
Olive Hill 41164 
Ashland 41101 
Greenup 41144 
Raceland 41169 
Russell 41169 
Ashland 41101 
Ashland 41101 
Louisa 41230 
Ashland 41101 



Richrd Ratliff 
John Johnstone 
Marvin Moore 
Harlan Fleming 
Dwight Johnson 
Don Gaunce 
William Calhoun 
Robert Morrison 
Alice Johnson 
John Stephens 
Jerry Blanchard 
Jay Hutchinson 
Walter Davenport 
John Turner 
Glenn Riedel 



Greg Howard 
George Bellamy 
Ted Trent 
Charles Baker 
Rocky Adkins 
Gary KIdwell 
Jim Webb 
Jim Day 
Randy Wark 
Steve Hall 
Marvin Meredith 
Roger Zomes 
Gary Kerser 
Jeff Riley 
Craynor Slone 



Elizabeth Blankenship 
Kathy Griffitts 
Claudia Hicks 
VIcki Young 
Rick Adkins 
Don Gaunce 
John Brown 
Judy Thomas 
Robert Bryson 
Lori Mlhalik 
Mary Robinson 
Paul Rice 

Connie Jo Ryan 
Frank Sloan 



^M 



SWIMMING REGIONAL SITES 
FEBRUARY 10-11, 1984 



Northern Kentucky 
Manager, 

Central Kentucky - 
Cahiill, Manager. 

Western Kentucky 
Manager. 



- Scott High School, Dave Webb, 

Eastern Kentucky University, Tim 

Bowling Green H.S.. Tom Ross, 



Louisville - Lakeside. Jack Thompson, Manager. 

STATE SWIMMING MEET - E.K.U., Richmond, Kentucky, 
February 24-25, 1 984. Starting Times: Friday, February 24, 
10:30 am. (preliminaries); Saturday, February 25, 10:45 
a.m. (finals); Manager, Tim Cahill. 



1984 

GYMNASTICS 

REGIONAL SITES 



® 



Louisville - Kentucky Country Day, 
Manager; Thursday, February 9, 1984. 



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Goins/Helen Swinford, Managers; Saturday, February 11, 
1984. 

STATE GYMNASTICS MEET (BOYS & GIRLS) - Site: 
Alumni Coliseum, E.K U., Richmond, Kentucky, February 
18, 1984. Starting Time: 10:00 a.m.; Jim Nance, Boys 
Manager; Alane Mills, Girls Manager. 



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• • • CORRECTION • • • 

RUSSELLVILLE — CLASS A CHAMPION 




Team Members: Barry Hollins, Anthony Bibb, Clay Parrish, Ricky Cage, Andy Woodall, Oscar Yorit, Preston Mayes, Brian 
Fruits, Craig Townsend, Deon Gamble, Jonathan Cage, Dale Holloway, Pernell Bibb, Eric Moseley, James Kees, Monty 
Grady, Rodney Gordon, Terry Dillihay, Rob Rutherford, Jessie Wooldridge, Steve Wood, Jeff Johnson, Brent Wilkins, Kelly 
Dickey, Craig Austin, Dudley Bouldin, Allen Barry, Al Smith, Billy Ferguson, Lynn Atkinson, Tony Hampton, Mike Miller, 
Buddy Smith, Roger Estep, Eric Coker, Brian Wilkins, Wallace Bouldin, Bubba Taylor, Ramon Beard, Sonny Green, Todd 
Harkelroad. Head Coach: Ken Barrett. Asst. Coaches: Phil Todd, Howard Wren, Steve Merideth, Korlin Harrison, David 
Kendall, Buddy Linton, Ted Zikeli. 



CUMBERLAND — CLASS A RUNNER-UP 




Team Members: Eural Allen, Roger Chapman, Greg Collier, Steve Dixon, Bobby Mcllquham, David Murphy, Tody 
Pennington, Ken Smith, Richard Washington, David Daugherty, Mike Wesley, Gary Amos, David Childers, Doug Dixon, 
Dean Fields, Robert Kirksey, Johnny Lewis, Jeff Sherman, Anthony Thrash, John Wigington, Larry Gray, Eugene Johnson, 
William Hughes, Darrin Birchfield, James Eads, Darrin Jones, Alex Knoll, Greg Lewis, Eric Mannuel, Kirby Moss, Mike 
Sparkman, Ronald Tucker, Anthony Walker, Ryan Wesley, Randall Collett, Patrick Evans, Chip Strom, Robert Bailey, 
George Meeks, Raymond Royce, Freddie Maggard, Kevin Rhinehart, Chris Hernandez, Lance Jones, Steve Collins, Ricky 
Craig, Claude Turner. Head Coach: Tim Saylor. Asst. Coaches: Steve Foster, Larry Phillips, Frank Vicini, Ray Jenkins, 
William Cook. 

We apologize for this error. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIV, NO. 6 



JANUARY, 1984 



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"KENTUCKY 

ATHLETIC 

DIRECTIONS' 



(The following article appeared in "interschoiastic 
Athletic Administration honoring Bob Miller for receiving 
the NIAAA "Distinguished Service Award".) 

BOB MILLER 

Bob Miller has been actively involved in inter- 
scholastic athletics for nearly four decades and is 
currently Associate Athletic Director of the Newport 
Public School Systenn. During his 37-year career as an 
administrator and coach, he has played a key role in the 
organization and development of successful professional 
organizations for both athletic directors and coaches. As a 
result he has earned a deserved reputation as one of the 
primary figures in Kentucky high school sports. 

A former director of the Kentucky Athletic Directors 
Association, he organized the Northern Kentucky Athletic 
Directors Association and serves as the body's president. 
He has served the past 16 years as executive secretary of 
the Northern Kentucky Athletic Conference after previous 
tenures as the league's president and vice-president. 

The former "Athletic Director-of-the-Year" award 
winner in his state (1980) has also been extremely active in 
the administration and structuring of Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association sponsored events. He has 
served on numerous KHSAA football committees and was 
instrumental in developing the present state playoff 
system for the sport. For the past 1 years he has assisted 
KHSAA as a regional basketball assignment secretary. A 
past president of the Ohio Valley Officials Association, he 
has been a KHSAA basketball rules interpreter and has 
managed many KHSAA events, including competition in 
basketball, track and volleyball. He has been a member of 
the KHSAA track committee since 1953 and has helped 
administer and officiate the state meet since 1946. 

Miller is a charter member and past president of the 
Kentucky High School Coaches Association, and 
currently pafticipates in an advisory capacity on its 
executive committee. He organized the Northern 
Kentucky Football Coaches Association and served as its 
president on three occasions. For a number of years he 
was coordinator of the Kentucky East-West All-Star 
Games which provides a charitable fund for high school 
athletes and coaches. 

Congratulations Boblll Thanks tor ail you have done 
for the Athletes and Coaches of Kentucky. 

Jim Reuther 
KHSAOA President 



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1983-84 Approved 
Wrestling Officials 



Listed below are the officials who made 80% or 
more (on a supervised test) to become Approved in 
Wrestling. 

Hill, Mark 
Lewis, William 
Warnick, Robert 



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1983-84 Certified 

and Approved 
Basketball Officials 



A large number of K.H.S.A. A, registered officials have qualified 
for the advance ratings of Certified and Approved as a result of the 
National Federation Part II Examination. Only officials receiving 
these higher ratings are eligible to VKOrk in the district and regional 
tournaments. Only Certified officials are eligible to work in the 
state tournament. 



APPROVED 

REGION 1 

Bowland, Bob 
Dunning, David 
Jones, Richard 

REGION II 

REGION III 

Fields, Paul 

REGION IV 

Emerine, Steve 

REGION V 

Girvin, Jay 
Maphis, Harry 
Spalding, Glen 

REGION VI-VIII 

Bland, Charles 
Donohue, William 
French, Joe 
Green, Steve 
Nail, Kenneth 
Ramsay, Dale 
Turner, Ronald 

REGION VIII 

Adamson, Buford 
Miller, Jerry 



REGION IX 

Bishop. Paul 
Cunningham, Steve 
Sullivan, Dan P. 

REGION X-XI 

Adkins, Butch 
Clark, James 
Cook, Donald 
Harrod, Ron 
Hayslett, Leigh 
Jackson, Sher'ron 
Shropshire, Thomas 
Spencer, Lonnie 
Turley, Roy 
Whitaker, IVIac 



APPROVED 



Burgess, Richard 
George, Edwin 



(no report) 



McClure, Willis 



Isgrigg, Rose Ivl. 
Miller, George 



Carpenter, Al 
Etheridge, Ricky 
George, Gary 
Hash, Jeff 
Parker, James 
Ray, Buddy 
White. Robert 



Caudill, Roy 
Wheeler, Dale 



Brownfield, Claude 
Johnson, Jack 
Watson, LLoyd 



Saber, Gary 
Clarke, Cathy 
Gardner, Richard 
Haydon, David 
Innes, Whitney 
Philpot, Tim 
Simmons, Ron 
Tackett, Julian 
Wells, William 



CERTIFIED 



Hargrove, David 



Everly, Randy 
Quisenberry, David 



McCarley, Jon 



Crittenden, Fred 
Smart, John 



Featherstone, John 
Henery, Dennis 
Mallory, James 
Mills, John 
Wright, Nancy 



Crawford. Jerry 
Goodlett, Mike 
Hicks, Gene 
Pearson, William 
Wagoner, Jim 
Yancey, Delbert 



Atkins, Clyde 
Lenox, Mike 
Metzger, Larry 
Yeiser, Gerry 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1984 



JANUARY, 1984 



VOL. XLIV, NO. 5 



Published monthly, except JuneandJuly, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Actof Octobers, 1917, authorized tVlay 
3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President-Charles Black (1980-1984) Barbourville, Vice 
President-Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) Monticello, 
Directors-John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead, Whaylon 
Coleman (1980-1984) Owensboro, Patrick L. Cravi'ford 
(1982-1986) Louisville, Alvis Johnson (1980-1984) 
Harrodsburg, Robert Rogers (1981-1985) Barlow, Ray 
Story (1982-1986) Radcliff, Chester Turner (1983-1987) 
Fort Thomas, David Webb (1983-1987) Brow/nville, Conley 
Manning-State Department of Education Representative. 



COVER PHOTO: Credit to John Wilson, General Sales, 
460 Springlake Drive, Bristol, VA 24201. 



APPROVED (cont. from Page One) 



REGION XIII 

Baker, Darrell 
Chaney. Dean 
Knight, William 
Russell, Lynn 
Wallace, David 

REGION XIII 

Faulkner, Kerry 
Messer. Leighman 
Simpson, Paul G. 



REGION XIV 
Whitaker. Ricky 

REGION XV 

Bistiop, Henery 
Hall. Wendell 

REGION XVI 

Barber, Delmar 
Grizzle, Kenneth 
Hornbuckle, Bill 
Spaulding. Alton 



Carr, David 
Keeney. Jack 
Rogers, Kenneth 
Talbert, Gene 



Peace, Richard 



Vest. Ben 



England, William 
Kelly, Dolph 



Dailey, Jerry 
Hendrickson. Kevin 
Scott, Larry 



Barnard, Phillip 
Foutch, Enoch 
Hodges, Bill 



Mullins. Harold 
Slone. Carson 



Hamilton, Paul 
May, Paul 
Stacy, David 
Thompson, Robert 



Cook, Ed 
Russell, Allen 
Stevens, Terry 
Vance, Scott 



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INFORMATION 

1984 

GYMNASTICS MEETS 



The events for the State Gymnastics Meet for 
1984 will be the same as those listed in the 
K. M.S. A. A. Constitution and By-Laws, Gymnastics 
Regulations, pp. 46-48. 

The date of the State Meet will be February 18, 
1984 and the site will be the Alumni Coliseum, 
Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky. 
The managers will be Alane Mills for the girls and 
Jim Nance for the boys. The starting time for warm- 
ups for both boys and girls will be 8:00 a.m. 

The regional sites are Paris High School with 
Manager Homer Goins and Kentucky Country Day 
School with Manager Debby Howell. 

The girls schools are divided into the following 
regions: 

LOUISVILLE: 
Angela Merici, Kentucky Country Day, Marion 
County, Presentation, Sacred Heart, Oldham 
County, Mercy Academy, Owensboro Catholic 

PARIS: 
Bryan Station, Harrodsburg, Harlan, Henry Clay, 
Jessamine County, Lafayette, Lewis County, 
Lexington Catholic, Paris, Pendleton County, 
Silver Grove, Tates Creek, Woodford County 

Boys: 

Bryan Station, Cawood, Franklin County, 
Harrodsburg, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Jessamine 
County, Lewis County, Marion County, Paris, 
Pendleton County, St. Xavier, Silver Grove, Tates 
Creek, Woodford County 



TIME SCHEDULE - STATE MEET 



8:00 



45 Free warm-ups, Boys & Girls 
45 Controlled warm-ups 
45 Coaches (boys & girls) and judges 
meeting 
10:00 Meet starts 



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TRACK CLINICS 



The dates for the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association Track & Field Rules Clinics for 
coaches and officials are as follows: 



Feb. 23 St. Xavier High School 
Louisville, 7:00pm 

March 26 Tates Creek High School 
Lexington, 7:00pm 

April 2 Daviess Co. High School 
Owensboro, 7:00pm 



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Page Three 



1984 WRESTLING TOURNAMENT INFORMATION 



The State Wrestling Tournament will be held at Atherton High 
School, Louisville, on February 17-18, 1984. Orville Williams will 
manage the State Tournament. 

The district and regional tournaments will beheld on February 
3-4, and February 10-11, respectively. 

The region, district, name of the manager and the schools 
assigned to districts are listed below. If yourschool planstoentera 
team and is not listed in any district, will you please contact this 
office or the district manager nearest you. 



Frankfort Region (Raymond Webb, 
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601) 



Frankfort High School, 



Frankfort District (Raymond Webb, Frankfort High School, 
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601) — Boyle Co., Danville, 
Frankfort, Franklin Co., Jessamine Co., I^.l\/I.l,, Oldham 
Co., Western Hills, Woodford Co. 

Harrison Co. District (Joe Judy, Harrison Co. High School, 
Webster Avenue, Cynthiana, Kentucky 41031) — Belfry, 
Bell Co., Boyd Co., Bryan Station, Clinton Co., Harrison 
Co., Henry Clay, Johnson Central, Lafayette, Lawrence 
Co.", Middlesboro, Oneida, Paintsville', Paul Blazer, 
Rowan Co., Tales Creek, Wayne Co. 



Louisville Trinity Region (Larry l^ann, Kentucky School f/t Blind, 
S. 2nd Street, Box 27, Louisville, Kentucky 40206) 

Louisville Trinity District (Larry lulann, Kentucky School f/t 
Blind, S. 2nd Street, Louisville, Kentucky 40206) — 
Atherton", Kentucky School f/t Blind, l^/lale*, f^oore, St. 
Xavier, Seneca, Trinity, Evangel 

East Jefferson District (John Nealis, A.D., Waggener High 
School, 330 Hubbard Lane, Louisville, Kentucky 40207) — 
Ballard, Central, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Kentucky 
Country Day, Ivlanual, Waggener 



Hopkinsviile Region (Jim Ploesser, Hopkinsville High School, 430 
Koffman Avenue, Hopkinsville, Kentucky 42240) 

Webster County District (Walter Hawkins, A.D., Webster 
Co. High School, 267, Dixon, Kentucky 42409) — Caldwell 
Co.", Christian Co., Ft. Campbell, Greenville, Henderson 
Co., Hopkinsville, l^adisonville", PaducahTilghman, Trigg 
Co.", Union Co., Webster Co. 

Nortti (Hardin District (Jim Davis, West Hardin High School, 
U.S.62,Stephensburg, Kentucky 42748) — East Hardin, Ft. 
Knox, Hancock Co ', North Hardin, Washington Co.", West 
Hardin 



Nortliern Kentucky Region (Wayne Badida, Conner High School, 
Box 36, Hebron, Kentucky 41018) 

West Jefferson District (Paul Dennison, A. D, Western High 
School, 2501 Rockford Lane, Louisville, Kentucky 40216) — 
Butler", Doss, Pleasure Ridge Park", Shawnee", Valley", 
Western, Fairdale 

Northern Kentucky District (Wayne Badida, Conner High 
School, Box 36, Limaburg Road, Hebron, Kentucky 41048) 
— Boone Co., Campbell Co., Conner, Holmes, Newport", 
Newport Central Catholic", Scott, Simon Kenton. Lloyd 
tvlemorial", Dixie Heights 



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District Wrestl 


4 

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Baseball Clinic 


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Track Clinic 


24 


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District B 


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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1984 



The following article Is a reprint from the National Federation 
News. 

Activities — a vital part of education 

By Raj K. Chopra (from "The Kansas City Star") 

Magnetic fields and football fields. Do they have anything in 
common? At first glance, there may be no apparent relationship 
between the two. One is scrutinized among the shining metal and 
glass of a science lab, the other among the dirt and sweat of a 
crowded stadium. In fact, they have a great deal in common, for 
both are complementary components of a top-quality educational 
program. Both contribute to the total education of a developing 
young person. A quality educational program recognizes the 
"whole" person and logically should provide opportunities and 
activities encompassing these two inextricably tied human 
components which encourage both intellectual and physical 
development. 

Nonetheless, during the past few years, the role of athletics in 
education has come under strict public scrutiny for two glaring 
reasons. First, changing financial realities have forced school 
systems across the nation to re-evaluate educational priorities in 
light of declining financial resources. Second, in some school 
districts (often because of external pressures) athletic programs 
have exceeded their role as one part of the educational process and 
have taken on inflated importance 

Athletics, band, drill team, cheerleading — all, in my opinion, 
contribute to the total growth of a young person, providing these 
activities are conducted from a balanced educational perspective. 
Athletics is only one slice of the educational pie; no more, and no 
less, important than the other slices. Yet, it is an integral part of the 
pie, for without that one slice, the pie would not be whole. 

Athletics in schools as a means of teaching cooperation, 
tolerance, team work, sportsmanship, lifelong physical fitness and 
the acceptance of wmning and losing as part of living, have a 
definite place m the educational program. However, if athletics 
leave these purposes and become primarily a means of providing 
entertainment for school and community spectators, resulting in 



unhealthy pressure on young people with winning-at-any-cost as 
their goal, then that athletic program deserves whatever public 
criticism it gets. 

In the Shawnee fi^ission School District, athletics areviewed as a 
part of the educational program which extends beyond the normal 
8:00 a.m. - 3;00 p.m. school day. Playgrounds, gymnasiums and 
swimming pools are considered laboratories where values taught 
and learned in the classroom can be further tried and tested. 

In all instances, whether on a highly-structured varsity team or a 
more informally organized intramural team, our intention is to 
instill in students self-discipline, self-control, dedication, 
determination, teamwork and an avenue by which students learn to 
interact with other people in a positive manner. They see 
themselves and others as capable human beings. 

Teaching basic skills and providing educational enrichment 
opportunities for student growth in the Shawnee Mission School 
District is the No. 1 priority; and whether students are studying the 
characteristics of a magnetic field or learning how to maneuver on 
a football field, they constantly are encouraged by their teachers 
and coaches to reach for their personal best and to establish 
realistic goals for themselves. 

Occasionally, people criticize athletic programs because they 
feel too much money is being spent on too few students, those 
select few who "make the team". That is a serious misconception. 
In Shawnee Mission, thousands of students benefit from the 
athletics and activities programs, and that number has been 
increasing each year, despite the fact that the district has been 
experiencing declining enrollment each year for the past decade. 

For instance, in 1970, our district had 10.093 senior-high 
students. Of them, 2,680 students participated in athletic 
competition. Since 1970, there has been an increase in the number 
of sports offered within the district, primarily in the area of girls' 
athletics. Subsequently, there also has been an increase in the 
number of students involved. 

In the 1982-83 school year, total senior-high enrollment was 
8,170. More than 3,500 students participated in athletics, band, 
cheerleading and drill team. Those numbers reflect an increase 
from 27 percent of students participating in 1970 to 43 percent of 

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RESOLUTION 
'Excellence in Education" 



WHEREAS, considerable public attention is presently being focused on the status of education in our nation's schools, 
primarily in the academic classroom; 

WHEREAS, a Presidential Commission published a report, "A Nation At Risk", which not only criticized the level of 
excellence in education, but also identified many of the causes and problems related thereto; 

WHEREAS, a recently completed National Forum on Excellence in Education called by the Department of Education 
resulted in strong support for improving the quality of education from public, private, governmental and educational leaders 
and agencies; 

WHEREAS, evidence indicates that "Activities: The Other Half of Education" complements the academic programs of 
schools tending to raise the academic objectives of participants through better attendance and retention rates, higher grade 
point averages and far less discipline problems; 

WHEREAS, school activities provide laboratory courses in human relations as well as physical and emotional development 
by increasing students' self confidence, respect and esteem - competitive spirit -awarenessof the value of teamwork, doing 
one's best, and winning and losing — all educational experiences as valuable in a student's total preparation for productive 
citizenship as grades earned in the academic classroom; 

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the National Federation of State High School Associations as an educational 
organization and National Forum participant strongly supports all legitimate efforts to improve the total education of our 
nation's youth; 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the National Federation of State High School Associations' membership invites all 
involved parties to join it in emphasizing the necessity for improving the quality of educational opportunities in both 
academics and activities; 

BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that where appropriate the National Federation of State High School Associationscollectively, 
and its membership individually, actively represent the position set forth in this resolution to public, private, governmental 
and educational leaders and agencies considering educational quality and opportunities for the future. 

Source: National Federation Executive Committee 
Effective Date: January 1, 1984 



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Page Five 



The following article Is a reprint from the National Federation 
News. 

Eller film faces facts about drug dependency 

Coaches, parents, teachers and administrators have all been 
seeking out films and programs to effectively deal with alcohol and 
drug abuse by out nation's youth. 

Carl Eller's film, "My Fifth Super Bowl, " targeted for high school 
and college audiences, fills a big void in this much needed area by 
offering the constituents of interscholastic athletics a practical task 
at how to handle alcohol and drug abuse problems. Filmed before a 
live audience of college athletes, "My Fifth Super Bowl" captures 
the tragedy of Eller's experience with drugs and his remarkable 
courage and sincerity in helping other athletes. 

Eller shares his story honestly, clearly and forcefully. He tells 
how, despite his success on the playing field, he ended up empty, 
alone and close to suicide. As he tells his story Eller uses a special 
visual aid to weave m the facts about chemical dependency. The 
film helps people — students, athletes, educators, family — 
recognize the symptoms of chemical dependency in friends, 
teammates and loved ones. Most importantly, it shows them how to 
obtain help for these people. 

Aware that the alcohol and drug problems of professional 
athletes generally began at a much earlier age, the National 
Football League is actively reaching out to educate high school 
and college athletes. 

"We believe this film will have a positive impact on educating 
young people to the dangers of drug abuse," said Don Weiss, 
Executive Director of the NFL. "Carl has created an outstanding 
film and we plan to use it as part of our educational efforts 
nationwide. 

Young people often look at athletes as role models. For someone 
of Eller's stature to stand up and speak honestly about chemical 
dependency produces a powerful impact on young people. Not 
only was Eller an outstanding professional athlete, his high school 
and college achievements went beyond athletics. A well-rounded 



individual, he was senior class president in high school and 
graduated in the top third of his class. He played lead roles in 
school plays and was active in the National Thespian Society. His 
many talents and successes throughout his high school, college, 
and professional career make "My Fifth Super Bowl" all the more 
powerful, illustrating that if chemical dependency can happen to 
Eller it can happen to anyone. 

In addition to "My Fifth Super Bowl", Eller offers complete drug 
awareness programs to educators and communities through his 
company. Triumph Life Systems, Inc. He is currently working on a 
program for the Houston Independent School District and as a 
consultant to the NFL is credited with changing their policy on 
helping players with chemical dependency problems. He has been 
instrumental in establishing an innovative drug program for the 
Cleveland Browns football team, one that is considered among the 
best in professional sports. 

After speaking together at Little Rock (Ark.) Central High 
School, First Lady Nancy Reagan said to Carl, "Your words were 
effective, not only because an athlete so completely captures the 
attention of young people, but because it was a personal story you 
told. I'm grateful you and your colleagues will continue to speak 
out." 

In an independent study, done by the University of Minnesota, 
most respondents agreed that Eller's program had a positive 
impact on the audience and there was a high degree of 
receptiveness. Eller is dedicated to helping young people 
understand the disease of chemical dependency and the 
devastating effects it can have on their lives. Helping them realize 
the joys of a chemically-free life is Eller's major goal. He wants 
others to know the greatest thrill — "Winning the Game of Life" — 
to know the personal triumph that comes from a life without 
chemicals. 

As Eller crisscrosses the nation speaking to high school and 
college students and athletes, his personal story leaves them with a 
compelling message: chemical dependency can happen to the best 
and the brightest but it can be beat. Through the determined efforts 
of coaches, teachers, family and friends, young people today can 
overcome their drug and alcohol problems. 



NATIONAL COUNCIL MEETING 
RESOLUTION 




WHEREAS, the National Federation of State High School Associations consists of the fifty (50) individual state high school 
athletic and/or activities associations, the District of Colunnbia and Canadian Provinces who have united to secure the 
benefits of sharing and coordinating policies for administering high school athletic and fine arts programs; and 

WHEREAS, the National Federation recognizes the use of mood-altering chemicals as a significant health problem for many 
adolescents, resulting in negative effects on behavior, learning and the total development of each individual; and, 

WHEREAS, the misuse and abuse of mood-altering chemicals for some adolescents affects extracurricular participation 
and development of related skills and others are affected by the misuse and abuse by team members, family or significant 
persons in their lives; and, 

WHEREAS, the close contact in extracurricular activities of coaches and advisors provides them with a unique opportunity 
to observe, confront and assist young people; and, 

WHEREAS, standards and rules for use of mood-altering chemicals can serve the follov*(ing purposes: 

1) to emphasize concerns for the health of students in areas of safety while participating in activities and the long-term 
physical and emotional effects of chemical use on their health; 

2) to promote a sense of order and discipline among students; 

3) to confirm and support existing state laws which restrict the use of such mood-altering chemicals; 

4) to establish standards of conduct for those students who are leaders and standard-bearers among their peers; 

5) to assist students who desire to resist peer pressure which directs them toward the use of mood-altering chemicals; 

6) to assist students who should be referred for assistance or evaluation regarding their use of mood-altering chemicals; and, 

WHEREAS, education and awareness training in adolescent chemical use problems can be provided for administrators, 
athletic directors, coaches, advisors, students and their families; 

THEREFORE, be it resolved that it is the position of the National Federation of State High School Associations that a student 
participating in the athletic and fine arts activities program should not engage in the use of mood-altering chemicals. 

THEREFORE, be it resolved that the National encourage chemical awareness activities for students in the extracurricular 
activities of the fifty (50) state individual associations, the District of Columbia and the Canadian Provinces. 



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FOR YOUR INFORMATION 
SWIMMING MEETS 






The events for the State Swimming Meets for 1984 
will be the same as those listed in the K.H.S.A.A. 
Constitution and By-Laws, Swimming Regulations, 
on pages 53 & 54. 

NOTE: There will be a cutoff time for the 500 
Freestyle for the regional meets. Boys -6 minutes, 
30 seconds; Girls - 7 minutes. 

The dates of the State Meet will be February 24 & 
25, 1984, and the site will be Eastern Kentucky 
University, Richmond, Kentucky. Tim Cahill will 
manage the meet. The girls and boys meets will be 
run together. 

The schools are divided in the following regions: 



LOUISVILLE REGION 
Girls: Atherton, Ballard, Central, Ky. Country Day, 
Ky. School f/t Blind, Male, Sacred Heart. 
Boys: Atherton, Ballard, Central, Ky. Country Day, 
Ky. School f/t Blind, Male, Pleasure Ridge Park, St. 
Xavier, Shawnee, Trinity. 

WESTERN KENTUCKY REGION 

Girls: Apollo, Bowling Green, Campbellsville, 
Daviess County, Elizabethtown, Fort Campbell, Fort 
Knox, Greenville, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, 
Mad.-N. Hopkins, Murray, North Hardin, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, South Hopkins. 
Boys: Apollo, Bowling Green, Campbellsville, 
Daviess Co., Elizabethtown, Fort Campbell, Fort 
Knox, Greenville, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, 
Mad.-N. Hopkins, Murray, North Hardin, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, South Hopkins. 



CENTRAL KENTUCKY REGION 

Girls: Anderson County, Bourbon County, Bryan 
Station, Danville, Fleming County, Franklin County, 
Henry Clay, Jessamine County, Ky. School f/t Deaf, 
Knott County Central, Lafayette, Lexington 
Catholic, Laurel County, McCreary Central, Model, 
Oneida Baptist, Paris, Paul Blazer, Rowan Co., 
Russell, Scott County, Tates Creek, Woodford 
County, Western Hills. 

Boys: Anderson County, Bourbon County, Bryan 
Station, Danville, Fleming County, Franklin County, 
Henry Clay, Jessamine County, Ky. School f/t Deaf, 
Knott County Central, Lafayette, Laurel County, 
Lexington Catholic, M.M.I., McCreary Central, 
Model, Oneida Baptist, Paris, Paul Blazer, Rowan 
County, Russell, Scott County, Tates Creek, 
Western Hills, Woodford County. 

NORTHERN KENTUCKY REGION 

Girls: Beechwood, Bellevue, Campbell County, 
Conner, Dixie Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, 
Newport, Newport Central Catholic. Notre Dame, 
Scott, Villa Madonna. 

Boys: Beechwood, Bellevue, Campbell County, 
Conner, Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, Dixie 
Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, 
Newport Central Catholic, Scott. 



STATE MEET TIME SCHEDULE 



TIME SCHEDULE: 



QUALIFIERS: 



Friday, February 24 
8:00am - 9:30ann 



9:30am - 10:00am 
10:05am 



10:30am 
3:30pm - 
5:00pm 
7:00pm - 
8:30pm 



5:00pm 
8:30pm 



Assigned Warm-ups 

8:00am - 8:45am (Northern & Louisville Regions) 

8:45am - 9:30am (Western & Central Regions) 

Open Warm-ups, Sprint and Pace Work Only 

Scratcti Meeting for Coaches 

Alumni Coliseum, Room 101, Locker Room Level 

Swimming Preliminaries 

Girls' Diving Warm-ups 

Girls' Diving (Preliminaries & Semi-finals) 

Boys' Diving Warm-ups 

Boys' Diving (Preliminaries & Semi-finals) 



Saturday, February 25 
8:00am - 9:00am 
9:00am - 10:00am 
10:00am - 10:30am 



10:45am 



Diving Warm-ups 

Open Warm-ups (Swimming) 

Sprint and Pace Work (Lanes 1 , 2, 3, & 6) 

Diving Warm-ups (Lanes 4, 5) 

Finals in All Events, Including Diving as Event #5 (a 10-minute swimming 

warm-up will precede the girls' diving) 



The top three (3) swimmers in each event, in each of the four (4) regional qualifying meets, and the 
next twelve (12) fastest swimmers from the state-at-large, (determined by times established in 
regional meets) will qualify for the State Meet. This enables the top twenty-four (24) swimmers and 
divers in the state to compete for the championship in each event. 



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District 1 

Ballard Memorial 
Lone Oak 
Marshall Co. 
Lyon Co- 
Reidland 



District 5 

East Hardin 
North Hardin 
West Hardin 
Marion Co. 



District 9 

Central 

Portland Christ. 
Presentation 
Shawnee 



District 13 

Manual 

Lou. Collegiate 

Male 

Mercy 

Ninth & O 



District 17 

Boone Co. 

Connor 

Dixie Heights 

Lloyd 

Simon Kenton 

Walton Verona 

Williamstown 



District 21 

Bryan Station 
Henry Clay 
Lafayette 
Tates Creek 
Marion Co. 



District 25 

Cordia 
Buckhorn 
Jackson Co. 
Jackson City 
Riverside Christ. 
Wolfe Co. 



1984 

SOFTBALL DISTRICTS AND REGIONS 

Girls 





REGION 1 






District 2 




District 3 


District 4 


Apollo 




Providence 


Fordsville 


Daviess Co. 




Drakesboro 


Trinity 


Owensboro 




Dawfson Springs 


St. Romuald 


Owensboro Cath. 




Graham 


Breman 


Henderson Co. 


REGION 2 


Hughes Kirk 
Muhlenberg Cent. 


McLean Co. 


District 6 




District 7 


District 8 


Bullitt Cntr 




Green Co. 


Trimble Co. 


North Bullitt 




Clinton Co 


Oldham Co. 


Bethlehem 




Gamaliel 


Henery Co. 


Bullitt East 




Hart Co. 


Spencer Co. 


Nelson 


REGION 3 


Adair Co. 


Carroll Co. 
Gallatin Co. 
Owen Co. 


District 10 




District 11 


District 12 


Butler 




Beth Haven 


Evangel 


Pleasure Ridge PK 




Doss 


Holy Rosary 


Western 




Fairdale 


Iroquois 


Angela Merici 


REGION 4 


Valley 


Southern 


District 14 




District 15 


District 16 


Assumption 




Moore 


Ballard 


Atherton 




Jeffersontown 


Kentucky Co. Day 


Christian Acad. 




Walden 


Sacred Heart 


Seneca 


REGION 5 


Fern Creek 
Eastern 


Waggener 


District 18 




District 19 


District 20 


Beechwood 




Bellevue 


Bishop Brossart 


Holmes 




Dayton 


Campbell Co. 


Holy Cross 




Nevifport 


Highlands 


Notre Dame 




Newport Cntr. Cath. 


Silver Grove 


Villa Madonna 


REGION 6 




Scott 
Pendleton Co. 


District 22 




District 23 


District 24 


Deming 




Somerset 


Corbin 


Sayre 




Monticello 


Oneida Bapt. Inst. 


Lexington Cath. 




Madison Central 


Red Bird 


Scott Co. 




Madison 


Whitley Co 


Woodford Co. 




Estill Co. 


Lynn Camp 






Clark Co. 


Bell Co. 
Lone Jack 




REGION 7 






District 26 




District 27 


District 28 


Hazard 




Wheelwright 


Morgan Co. 


Combs 




Knott Co. 


Sheldon Clark 


Napier 




Pikeville 


Lawrence Co. 


Letcher Co. 




Belfrey 




Feds Creek 




Phelps 




Leslie Co. 








Evarts 









SOFTBALL CLINICS 1984 

February 13 Covington Holmes High School Covington 5;30 P.M. 

February 20 Atherton High School Louisville 5:30 P.M. 

March 20 Henry Clay High School Lexington 5:30 P.M. 

March 27 Hazard High School Hazard 5:30 P.M. 

April 11 Owensboro High School Owensboro 5:30 P.M. 

April 13 Elizabethtown High School Elizabethtown 5:30 P.M. 



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PARIS — CLASS A, REGION II WINNER 







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Front Row (left to right): P. Turpin, M. Richardson, M. Williams, P. English, R. Chenaull, T. Earlywine, S. Kendall. Second 
Row: S. Brady, D. Henry, T. Parsons, J. Cason, C. Sousley, J. Morgan, T. Parsons, L. Jones, B. Mitchell, M. Berry, G. Harp. 
Third Row: R. Clark, M. Brady, G. Mack, D. Rankin, B. Clark, R. Marler, B. Hudnall, A. Dumphord, A. Hutsell, S. Scott. Fourth 
Row: D. Wells, T. Blackburn, D. Smart, M. Goins, D. Roe, F. Whitney, J. Hinkson, S. Whitaker, T. Skeen. Fifth Row: K. Baber, 
M. Jones, M. Pack, H. Poston, M. Castle, H. Hutsell, C. Marks, M. Chumbley, M. Grain, D. Turner. Not pictured: B. Henry, T. 
Reed, P. Humphrey, T. Mann, M. McMahon, J. McMahon, D. Brooks, B. Workman, C. Redwine, L. Fomas, K. Jones, E. 
Chumbley. Coaches not pictured: Head Coach, Randy Reese; Asst. Coaches Gene Sherman, John Norman, Dan Wagner, 
George Wilder, Wallis Brooks. 



BEECHWOOD — CLASS A, REGION III WINNER 



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First Row (left to right): Mgr. J. Jackson, D. Schell, B. VanVoorhis, S. McVey, M. Bomher, C. Smith, A. Wilkinson, M. Trusty, 
D. White, C. Bowling, K. Erdman, Mgr. C. Mescher. Second Row: Mgr. C. Merse, A. Boerger, K. Burns, P. Harney, H. Bucklen, 
J.B. Becker, C. Radenheimer, E. Schlinger, D. Sullivan, R. Miller, C. Hawes, Mgr. J. Caudill. Third Row: Coach B. Barre, O. 
Ratliff, J. Braun, T. Seaman, R. Bacigalupo, S. Tackett, D. Rump, M. Clare, P. Harms, A. Wilkinson, L. Tackett, Coach J. 
Rauch. Fourth Row: Coach J. Procaccino, Coach R. Thompson, S. Ahlers, J. Harney, M. Schweitzer, S. Vogelpohl, G. Terry, 
S. Noble, J. Buechel, M. Jones, I. Haase, Coach S. Brown, Coach J. Alford. 

MAYFIELD — CLASS AA, REGION I WINNER 




First Row (left to right): J. Crider, G. Green, G. Norsworthy, S. Kuhlman, J. Standifer, R. Hayden, R. Reed, S. Wynn, M. Moss, 
P. Owens, M. Lawson. Second Row: J. Morris, M. Puckett, E. Bransford, V. Starks, L. Tyler, K. Powell, R.K. Mathis, J. Dawson, 
S. Reed, T. Connors, D. Hobbs, C. Higgins. Third Row: B. Falder, W. BIythe, J. Reynolds, A. Beasley, R. Wade, R. Snipes, S. 
Stinson, R. Null, R. Wright, J. Duncan, J. Stone. Fourth Row: C. Nail, D. James, T. Waggoner, J. Olsofka, S. Harp, R. Keeling, 
J. Puckett, B. Rodgers, H. Boyd, B. Smith, J. Jacobs. Fifth Row: C. Routen, T. Nail, M. Turner, J. Shell, R. Rush, D. Wilson, T. 
Parrott, J. Watts, J. West, S. Osborne, S. Boyd. 



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NEWPORT CENTRAL CATHOLIC — CLASS AA, REGION III WINNER 




First Row (left to right): B. Adams, P. Richardson, F. Combs, E. Gerding, J. Cain, B. Vogt, T. Briclcing, D. Riesenberg, E. 
Liggett, R. Barth, M. Giles. Second Row: J. Schierer, B. Adams, M. Cetrulo, J. Meyer, G. Harvey, C. Allen, M. Jordan, J. Ruwe, 
T. Allen, D. Verst, T. Jurgens, D. Whitford. Third Row: J. Brady, R. Messmer, D. Neltner, J. Kline, G. Kremer, G. Birl(enhauer, 
E. Heitzman, M. Kelly, S. Crawford, P. Kunkel, D. Wagner. Fourth Row: C. Combs, K. Bertsch, B. Birkenhauer, W. Johnston, 
J. Schertler, S. Weber, B. Twehues, P. Uebel, T. Schenck, J. Hardy, B. Dill, B. Smith. Fifth Row: S. Klump, E. Thomas, C. 
Dinolfi, J. Schumacher, T. Kennedy, C. Cain, S. Berberich, M. Faeth. Not pictured: B. Hogan. 

WOODFORD COUNTY — CLASS AAA, REGION II WINNER 




First Row (left to right): Coach Simpson, E. Hogg, G. Hahn, B. Dotson, B. Kemper, B. Huffman, M. Byarlay, J. Floyd, C. 
Moore, D. Lunsford, E. Richardson, Coach Carr. Second Row: Coach Cassity, C.Buchanan, B. Spaulding, G. Brown, M. 
Wallace, T. Burke, J. Blair, J. Serber, J. Hutchinson, J. Higgins, C. Murrell, Coach Parks. Third Row: Coach Watts, C. 
Frederick, M. Moraja, B. Campbell, W. Tupts, S. Thomas, C. Brogli, D. Bunch, C. Harris, B. Graves, J. Wilson, J. Sutherland, 
Coach Burkich. Fourth Row: J. Sumner, B. White, C. Yocum, A. Martin, T. Spears, M. Goode, D. Foreman, M. Richardson, H. 
Dotson, P. Dunn, T. Spears, G. Franklin. Fifth Row: D. Lanham, K. White, L. Ross, Z. Wade, J. Sumpter, M. Ready, D. Graves, 
T. Morton, N. Greenly, T. Kay, R. Watts. 

RUSSELL — STATE CLASS AAA, REGION IV WINNER 




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Front Row (left to right): C. Berry, T. Bailey, S. Jenks, R. Thompson, W. Sisson, S. Rose, D. Messer, A. Cordle, B. Freeman, T. 
Clark, B. Blackburn, S. Hogan. Second Row: B. McKenzie, J. Goodyear, B. Stamper, R. Thompson, T. Badger, L. Lemaster, 
T. Truitt, T. Sparks, E. Nichols, M. Slone, R. Roe, N. Handley, G. Wells, L. Gullet, D. Frahme, L. Miller. Third Row: S. Slone, G. 
Stone, R. Harris, J. Price, D. Frahme, M. Ehrie, S. Keelon, J.D. Metz, T. Hencye, C. Mullins, M. Higgins, G. Holsinger, C. 
Covey, S. Knight, S. Smith, G. Geis. Fourth Row: R. Dillow, K. Kallmeyer, S. Watkins, J. Nance, J. Mclntyre, G. Slone, C. Kidd, 
M. Riffe, R. Helton, K. Ferrell, D. Tackett, L. Roark, M. Freholm, S. Caudill, S. Moore, J. Holbrook. Fifth Row: J. McGaughery, 
J. Mclntyre, C. Hill, L. Miller, S. Watkins, P. Davis, B. Roark, J. Patrick, M. Maynard, G. McPeek, R. Allen, J. Holmes. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1984 



BOONE COUNTY — CLASS AAAA, REGION IV WINNER 



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First Row (left to right): J.R. Fortner, D. IMaher, D. Shelton, J. Tierney, R. Stansberry, D. Davis, T. Herrmann, J. Nelson, M. 
Perry, D. Brashear, B. Brison, J. Tanner. Second Row: M. Mulligan, S. Beckett, C. Adkins, S. Ramey, G. Ashcraft, G. Peace, T. 
Creekmore, M. Eglian, T. Davenport, T. Thaxton. Tliird Row: D. Mahan, H. Smedley, M. Michels, J. Watts, D. Brumback, B. 
Schilling, B. Brinkman, T. Boyles, J. Cotton, S. Fisk. Fourth Row: S. Warner, D. Cox, B. Phillips, D. Malory, T. Morgan, L. 
Glass, B. Bailey, D. Tanner, J. Schilffarth, T. Benzing. Fifth Row: B. Cason, C. Williams, J. Hartke, M. Fitzenberger, M. 
Deakins, T. Arnold, B. Shehan, S. Lay, M. Guant, T. Walsh, R. Muggins. Sixth Row: F. Rieselaman, 8. Brown, M. King, P. 
Westoff, R. Rose. 



ST. XAVIER — CLASS AAAA, REGIONAL FINALIST 









First Row (left to right): J. Sass, B. Miles, B. Reisert, G. Nitzken, D. Lutes, K. O'Toole, S. Moorman, R. Weber. Second Row: D. 
Schaefer, E. Barnes, M. Thieneman, T. Allgeier, J. Burns, L. Dornfeld, D. Schaaf, K. Deddens, C. Fussenegger. Third Row: M. 
Crask, D. Kamenish, J. Hale, J. Lally, P. Schum, K. Sidebottom, P. Dugan, B. Diefz, L. Pfeifer, K. Uhls. Fourth Row: J. Greive, 
J. Blair, M. Creech, M. Brumleve, J. Marshall, P. McNeill, J. Baird, M. Cahill, T. Porco, D. Raterman, G. Grisanti. Fifth Row: J. 
High, J. Moock, C. Mackin, R. Cashen, J. Gohmann, D. Young, G. Poynter, T. Taylor, T. Daus, P. Schureck, M. Meiners, J. 
Metzler. Sixth Row: J. Amshoff, G. Burke, L. Dornfeld, A.J. Manuel, J. Dearing, T. Osborne, G. Willinger, S. Tross, M. 
Warrington, D. Brumleve, C. Diebold, R. Kamenish. 



Activities (cont. from Page Four) 

our students participating in 1983. Yet, the total senior-tiigh 
athletics budget comprises 1.6 percent of the district's total 
operating budget. In most districts, the costs of athletics partially 
are underwritten by gate receipts and the voluntary purchase of 
student activity tickets. 

Without question, there is a very real place for athletics as part of 
the total educational program. Regardless of what course, what 
sport or what activity students engage in during their education, I 
would hope they will learn from those experiences what I call "The 
Three P's": 

• Purpose — The belief that our lives have meaning. Purpose 
rebuilds our faith in ourselves, which in turn, helps us overcome 
obstacles and explore new horizons, climb new mountains and 
move ahead with confidence. 

• Positive thinking — Provides us hope and the ability to look at 
the bright side of situations. That enables us to rid ourselves of 
imaginary, self-imposed limitations and develop a "can-do" 
attitude toward life. 

• Pride — Makes us feel good about ourselves, the team we play 
on, the organization we work with and the community we live in. We 
accomplish more with the feelings of dignity and self-respect. 



Athletic programs provide another avenue for parents' 
involvement in schools. This parent participation and other 
support undoubtedly will become more important to the future 
financial health of athletic programs. Districts must reach out to 
enlist the cooperation and support of these constituencies to 
ensure that, despite shrinking financial resources, the opportunity 
for athletic participation remains a reality for all students, not just a 
select few. 

Athletics have been a part of the public schools for many 
decades and will, undoubtedly, remain so. By recognizing the 
positive contributions that athletic competition can make to a 
young person's life, and by keeping it in its proper perspective as 
one — and only one — component of a quality educational 
program, we can ensure for our youngsters a comprehensive 
education dedicated to excellence and achievement. 




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1983-84 NATIONAL FEDERATION 

BASKETBALL RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 




I 



SITUATION #18: Team A has been in control of the ball for seven seconds 

in its backcourt- A1 throws the ball toward A2. who is in A's frontcourt B1. 

who is in A's frontcourt. jumps in the air and attempts to intercept the pass, but 

instead deflects it back into A's backcourt. B1 lands in A's backcourt. If Team A 

recovers, will they have 10 more seconds to get the ball to frontcourt? 

RULING: Yes. The ball has officially been in frontcourt, as B1 had frontcourt status 

when he or she touched the ball, {4-21; 9-8) 

SITUATION #19: While the ball is in flight on a try for goal by A1, {a) 81 touches the 

ball and then time expires; or (b) time expires and then 81 touches the ball. The 

ball continues in flight and enters Team As basket. 

RULING: No goal in either (a) or {b}. The try ended when 81 touched the ball. In 

both (a) and (b), if Bl's touching is either goaltending or basket interference. 2 

points wilt be awarded. (4-31-1; 6-7 EXP: 9-12} 

SITUATION #20: Al throws a long pass to A2 who is running near the division line. 

In attempting to catch the ball, A2 muffs it into the air. A2 takes several steps 

before catching the ball. 

RULING: The action described is legal. (4-27) 

SITUATION #21: Team A has control of the ball for 8 seconds in the backcourt 

when Al passes the ball toward Team A's frontcourt. The official's count 

continues The ball strikes the floor in As frontcourt and stays there without being 

touched by any player. Should the count continue after the ball touches in 

frontcourt? 

RULING: No. The count should be terminated as soon as the ball had frontcourt 

status. This happened when the ball touched in Team As frontcourt. (4-8-5a. 9-8) 

SITUATION #22: Al , who has possession of the ball in A's backcourt. passes the 

ball forward so it touches the floor in A's frontcourt. The ball has backspin on it and 

after touching the floor, but not a player in the frontcourt, it spins back to Al who is 

still entirely in the A's backcourt. Al touches the ball in the backcourt. 

RULING: Violation by Al. (4-8-5a, 9-9) 

SITUATION #23: A1 misses a field-goal attempt and the rebound is pulled down 

simultaneously by B1 and B2. Both players alight inbounds and have a firm grasp 

on the ball. While both players still have their hands on the ball, 81 moves both 

feet. 

RULING: A traveling violation is called on B1 as soon as he or she moved his or her 

feet. Traveling is moving a foot or feet in any direction in excess of prescribed 

limits while holding the ball. A traveling violation occurs as soon as both feet are 

moved. The fact that another Team B player had his or her hands on the ball at the 

same time does not affect this ruling, (4-27) 

SITUATION #24: Al dribbles and comes to a stop after which he orshe throws the 

ball: (a) against the opponent's backboard and catches the rebound, or (b) against 

an official, immediately recovering the ball and dribbling again. 

RULING: Al has violated in both (a) and (b). Throwing the ball against an 

opponent's backboard or an official constitutes another dribble, provided Al is 

first to touch the ball after it strikes the official or the board. (4-21; FUND #19) 

SITUATION #25: Al has control of the ball and passes it to A2 who jumps into the 

air and secures possession, but it appears A2's momentum will cause him or her to 

land out-of-bounds. Thus, while airborne with the ball in his or her possession. A2 

requests a time-out. Should the official grant this request? 

RULING: No. Even though the ball isinplayercontrol.notime-out is granted when 

a change of status is about to occur. (4-6; 5-8-3) 

SITUATION #26: Al is fouled by 81 and is injured on the play, No free throws are 

involved. Al leaves the game and A6 enters the court. Team A is preparing to put 

the ball in play with a throw-in. The official is holding the ball during this dead ball 

period. The scorer signals to the nearer official and announces that A6 failed to 

report. 

RULING: A technical foul ischarged to A6forfailing to report. Even though it may 

be fairly obvious who A6 is replacing, each substitute is required to properly report 

to the scorers. In order to enforce the technical foul penalty, the infraction must be 

reported before the ball becomes alive. Once the ball becomes alive, the substitute 

is officially a player and it is too late to penalize for that infraction. (3-3; 10-2-1) 

SITUATION #27: A technical foul is charged to Team A for requesting an excess 

time-out. B6 replaces B1 to shoot 1 or both free throws. Prior to B6 being handed 

the ball for the first attempt, (a) B7 reports to replace 86; or (b) 81 reports for B6 

RULING: The substitution is allowed in (a), but not in (b). In{b).81 may not enter 

until the next opportunity to substitute after the clock has been started. (3-3; 8-3) 

SITUATION #28: B1 grasps the ring while the ball is on Team A's ring on a try by 

Al, 

RULING: This is a double infraction. When B1 touched the ring, it was basket 

interference. The subsequent grasping is a technical fout. Two points are scored 

for interference and then the technical foul penalty is administered. Team A will be 

awarded the ball at the division line following the free throw attempt. (7-5-6; 9-121 ; 

10-3-6) 



SITUATION #29: Airborne Al is fouled by 81 during a try for goal. Al releases the 

ball and then fouls 82 prior to returning to the floor The try is unsuccessful. The 

foul on Al is his or her 5th personal foul. Since this is a false double foul and the 

fouls are penalized in the order in which they occurred, does Al shoot the 2 free 

throws before being disqualified? 

RULING: No, Al is disqualified as soon as the scorer notifies the official who. in 

turn, notifies the coach and A1 , This procedure takes place before any free throws 

are administered for the false double foul. Al's substitute will attempt the 2 free 

throws followed by Team 8 getting the ball for a throw-in as a result of the player 

control foul on Al (4-9, 8-2; 8-7) 

SITUATION #30: Is it possible for airborne shooter Al to commit a foul which 

would not be player control? 

RULING: Yes. The airborne shooter could conceivably be charged with an 

intentional or flagrant personal foul or with a technical foul. None of these fouls 

can be player control. (4-13-2; 4-13-8) 

SITUATION #31: 81 fouls airborne A1 who is in the act of shooting. Before 

airborne shooter Al returns to the floor, he or she is fouled by B2 who has moved 

into Al's landing area. B2's foul is not flagrant. The ball (a) does; or (b) does not, 

enter the basket. 

RULING: This is a false multiple foul and each foul carries its own penalty. In (a), 

Al is awarded 1 free throw for Bl's foul and 2 for the intentional foul on B2. In (b). 

Al is awarded 4 free throws. (4-13-5. 6; 10-6 Pen. 6) 

SITUATION #32: During the 1st half of pjay. Team A has used its allotted 2 

timeouts. Prior to the start of the 2nd half, bui after the horn has sounded the end 

of the intermission, Al requests a time-out. The time-out is granted, 

RULING: The time-out is considered to be part of the 1st half. For time-out 

purposes, the ball must become alive or a foul or violation must occur before one 

of the two 2nd half time-outs may be used. The time-out is Team A's 3rd of the 1st 

half and results in a 2-shot technical foul. (5-11; 6-1-1; 10-1-6) 

SITUATION #33: 81 and 82 foul Al at the same time. The foul by 82 is flagrant. 

RULING: This is a multiple foul. 82 is disqualified. Al is awarded 1 free throw for 

each foul. In addition, since B2's foul was flagrant, Team A is awarded the ball for a 

throw-in at the division line following Al's 2nd attempt. (4-13-6; 7-4-2; 10-6 Pen. 

lb) 

SITUATION #34: A6 property reports to the scorer, is beckoned and enters the 

court. A6 then requests a time-out which is granted. Before the time-out has 

ended, A7 reports to replace A6. 

RULING: This is legal procedure, (3-3) 

SITUATION #35: Team A is granted an excess time-out during the 4th quarter The 

infraction is not discovered by the scorer until after the quarter has ended in a tie. 

RULING: The infraction cannot be penalized once the ball becomes alive 

following the infraction. (2-10; 10-1-6) 

SITUATION #36: Al and 81 punch each other at approximately the same time. 

The fouls are committed at a time when they are (a) personal, or (b) technical, 

RULING: Al and 81 are disqualified. In (a), it is a double foul No free throws are 

awarded and the ball is put in play with a jump at center between any 2 opponents. 

In (b). 2 free throws are awarded to each team followed by a jump ball at center 

between any 2 opponents. (6-2-2. 4, 10-6 Pen. 5b. 6) 

SITUATION #37: Al enters the game wearing an illegal number. The officials fail 

to detect the infraction and Al participates without any penalty. Thereafter. Al 

leaves the game. Later on, Al again reports to the scorers and is beckoned onto 

the court. At this point, the officials determine that Al is wearing an illegal number 

RULING: A 1 is charged with a technical foul as the infraction was detected prior to 

the ball becoming alive following Al's entry into the game. Once Al has been 

penalized for the illegal number, he or she can participate with that number and 

without further penalty for that specific Infraction, If Al had remained in the game 

originally, the infraction could not have been penalized, (10-3-4) 

SITUATION #38: If a dead ball passes through the basket after a violation, how do 

you know whether to go to the free throw line extended or the spot closest to the 

violation for the throw-in? What is immediately? 

RULING: If a violation occurs after a try has started and the dead ball subsequently 

(immediately) goes through the basket, the throw-in is at the free throw line 

extended. However, when a violation occurs and thereafter action begins which 

results in the dead ball going through the basket, it is from out-of-bounds closest 

to the violation spot. This delayed action is not considered immediate, (7-5-1; 9-11 

Pen.) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1984 



1983-84 NATIONAL FEDERATION 

WRESTLING RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 




SITUATION #15: What effect does the growth allowance have on weight classes? 
RULING: As the growth allowance is applied to the various weight classes, 
it in essence increases the weight categories. For example, after December 
25 and prior to February 1, the 119-pound weight class is actually a 121- 
pound weight class. Any individual m the 119-pound weight class during this 
time period, must weigh in excess of 114 pounds- Weighing in excess of 114 
pounds would make an individual eligible for either the 1 19-pound weight class or 
the 126-pound weight class. If an individual weighed in atl 13 pounds, he would be 
eligible only for the 112-pound weight class and the 119-pound weight class You 
should always refer to your weight class throughout the season as the twelve 
initial categories but in actuality they do increase as the growth allowances apply. 
The growth allowance, however, does not affect the minimum weight for a heavy- 
weight contestant or for an individual competing at the 105-pound class. 
Regardless of the time during the season, you must weigh a minimum of 184 
pounds to wrestle in the unlimited weight class and you must weigh a minimum of 
90 pounds to participate in the 105-pound weight class- 

SITUATION #16: When the defensive wrestler assumes a legal startmg position, is 
it necessary for him to assume a position that will also allow the offensive wrestler 
to assume a legal starting position? 

RULING: The defensive wrestler must assume a position so that he is stationary on 
his hands and knees so that both knees are on the mat behind and parallel to the 
rear starting line and the heels of both hands are on the mat m front of the forward 
starting line The elbows shall not touch the mat. This position must also allow the 
offensive wrestler to be able to assume a legal starting position. 
COMMENTS: This would mean that the defensive wrestler cannot flatten himself 
out on the mat in such awaythatthe offensive wrestler could not apply his hand to 
the defensive wrestlers navel. Also the defensive wrestlers feet cannot be 
extended on both sides in such a manner to prohibit the offensive wrestler from 
assuming a legal starting position on either the left or the right side of his 
opponent. 

SITUATI0N#17: Wrestler A has wrestler B down on the mat and he applies a lock 
around his opponent's head without a limb included by locking his hand to the 
inside of his own thigh. Would this be categorized as an illegal headlock? 
RULING: This is not an illegal situation, but should beobserved very closely by the 
official and would be stopped only if the official felt that it was actually dangerous 
and might cause serious injury to wrestler B. 

COMMENTS: The same ruling would apply if this move was applied in a standing 
position, except the referee would need to be more concerned about the hold 
being potentially dangerous, You would need to be more concerned about the 
safety of wrestler B in a standing position than you would down on the mat. 
SITUATION #18: Wrestler A has wrestler B in a cross body ride going into a 
guillotine. As the far arm is raised, wrestler A applies the head lock to wrestler B 
completing the guillotine prior to turning wrestler B exposing his back to the mat. 
Would this be considered as an illegal headlock prior to turning wrestler B? 
RULING: The guillotine is a legal hold regardless of when the headlock is applied 
as far as turning your opponent is concerned Normally the headlock is applied 
after the opponent is turned but regardless of when is it applied, it would still be a 
legal guillotine. 

SITUATION #19: Wrestler A applies a leg scissor around wrestler B's head with a 
legs included. By including the leg, would this be a legal hold? 
RULING: When a straight leg scissor is applied around the head of your opponent, 
it is an illegal hold regardless of whether or not the leg is included. A straight 
scissor allows pressure to be applied to the head and by including the leg you do 
not negate this pressure. 

SITUATION #20: The coach of school A is penalized during the 105 pound match 
for questioning the judgement of the referee. During the 155 pound match, the 
coach again questions the judgement of the referee. 

RULING: The first time the coach questions the referee's judgement, one team 
point is deducted from his score. The second time it occurs, the coach is removed 
for the duration of the dual meet or tournament session. There is no penalty point 
for the second offense. 

SITUATION #21: The offensive wrestler applies a bear hug on the defensive 
wrestler who is facing him in a sitting position. After the bear hug is applied, he 
attempts to pin his opponent. Would this be considered a technical violation for 
locking hands? 

RULING: Locking hands around the body by the offensive wrestler while in a 
control position on the mat is illegal. In a control position you cannot lock your 
hands around your opponent and then take him to a pinning situation. Once near- 
fall criteria has been met. it is permissible to lock hands, but not prior to meeting 
near-fall criteria. 



SITUATION #22: Wrestler A continues to intentionally release his opponent and 
secure takedowns after he has more than a 12-pointadvantageover his opponent. 
Is the continuance of this maneuver considered stalling? 

RULING: Rule 7-6-3(a) states that it is stalling when the contestant in the 
advantage position on the mat does not wrestle aggressively and attempt to 
secure a fall, except when he intentionally releases his opponent in order to 
thereafter immediately attempt to secure a takedown. There is no reference in the 
rule as to the point advantage and how it affects a takedown release maneuver. It 
would not be considered stalling just because you continue the takedown release 
after you have a 12-point or more advantage. 

SITUATION #23: The home team decides to forfeit at 167 pounds and move their 
165-pounder up to 185 pounds. After he steps onto the mat for the 185-pound 
match, the visiting coach states that his weight was not verified at weigh-in. The 
visiting coach also states that he should win the 185-pound match bv forfeit 
because the ineligible wrestler, once on the mat, cannot be withdrawn, even if he 
cannot wrestle. The home team has another 185-pounderand wants to use him In 
the match. 

RULING: In order for the home team to move their 167-pounder up to the 185- 
pound class, his weight must be verified to be in excess of 155-pounds, If this was 
not done, he could not participate in the 185-pound match. The home team could, 
however, use their other 185-pound contestant and would not have to forfeit the 
185-pound match, 

SITUATION #24: Wrestler A lifts his opponent and returns him to the mat with 
unnecessary force, (a) This occurs at or before the buzzer sounds to end the 
period; (b) this occurs after the buzzer sounds. 

RULING: In (a) this would be categorized as an illegal slam. Wrestler B would 
receive one penalty point and would be allowed two minutes recovery time if he 
were injured. In (b) the penalty would be ignored unless it is unsportsmanlike or 
flagrant. 

SITUATION #25: When an individual is penalized for assuming an incorrect 
starting position or making a false start, he is first given a caution by the referee. 
Each time this occurs following one caution, the individual is to be penalized one 
point for each occurrence. What is the correct procedure for marking this on the 
match card? 

RULING: The first time an individual commits either a false start or assumes an 
incorrect starting position, the card should reflect a C as a caution. Each time 
thereafter, it is a one point penalty for each occurrence. So that you can distinguish 
this from the technical violation penalty, which is a progressive penalty towards 
disqualification, one possible method of scoring would betoindicatethisasC for 
each occurrence following a caution for a false start or assuming an incorrect 
starting position. 

SITUATION #24: Wrestler A puts a cradle on his opponent and suddenly finds 
himself in a cradle at the same time. Wrestler A that applied the original cradle is 
restrained in a pinning position for 15 to 20 seconds. Is it possible for control to 
change when the original cradle was never broken? 

RULING: When there is a question concerning which wrestler is in control, you 
must remember that in order to give a reversal. Wrestler B must gain control of his 
opponent. If there is doubt that Wrestler A has lost control with the original cradle, 
then Wrestler B could not be awarded a reversal, thus allowing him to earn near- 
fall points. This is a difficult call, andthe referee must make certain that Wrestler B 
has earned a clean reversal prior to awarding points, 

SITUATION #27: Wrestler A has Wrestler B in a pinning situation, when suddenly 
Wrestler B indicates to the referee that he has injured his leg. The referee stops the 
match and starts the injury clock for Wrestler B. After approximately one minute, 
wrestling begins; and during that same period. Wrestler B pins Wrestler A. After 
several matches have been completed, following the above situation, the official 
and the coach of WrestlerA are discussing what occurred. The question comes up 
as to whether the match should have been terminated at the time Wrestler B 
requested the time-out because of his injury. 

RULING: Any injured contestant is entitled to injury time, regardless of the 
situation that the two contestants are in at the time the injury occurred. Just 
because Wrestler A has Wrestler B in a pinning situation, it does not prohibit 
Wrestler B from taking injury time. Therefore, the referee was correct in his 
original decision when he allowed the match to continue, with the end result being 
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Sportsmanship — Whose responsibility^ 



? 



In our society the ideal of sportsmanship permeates virtually every 
aspectof our culture. This ethic of "fair play" can be seen in every facet 
of modern life, business, commerce, law, education — in all human 
interaction. It seems to be a code of expected behavior originating in 
sport which requires that its definition be explicit for the high ideal 
which it demands and implicit for the breadth and magnitude of it 
scope- Therefore sportsmanship is defined as that quality of respon- 
sible behavior characterized by a spirit of generosity and a genuine 
concern for an opponent. 

Because the responsibility for the development of sportsmanship 
involves many persons, the contribution of educational athletics are of 
great importance. Within the framework of the school athletic program 
the responsibility for good sportsmanship is vested in all of those who 
are in any way associated with the program; coaches, players, 
administrators, officials, and spectators, each has his share of the 
responsibility. 

In recent years the ideal of sportsmanship in school-boy, community 
and professional sport has been severely challenged by increasingly 
numerous examples of unsportsmanlike behavior. Incidents involving 
coaches, players, and spectators have occurred in ever increasing 
numbers. The gravity of the situation has been pointed up by wide 
press, television and magazine coverage. Writings in professional 
journals have discussed the seriousness of flagrant breeches of the 
code. It appears that many of the educational objectives of competi- 
tive athletics, including sportsmanship, are not being optimally met. 
These unfortunate examples of poor sportsmanship have done much 
to spoil this once-great tradition. 

What has led to the deterioration of values and the decline of morality 
in contemporary sports? Numerous explanations could be offered but 
probably the most plausible is simply that sports are reflecting the 
values of the larger unsettled and heterogeneous society. Through the 
years there has been developed in this country a mania for success 
both social and monetary. Winning has become so important that 
frequently players and spectators care little of the manner in which 
victory is attained. There is, therefore, an immediate need to restore 
balance and proper perspective to educational athletics. The "ends 
justify the means" philosophy, a common example of misplaced 
values, has no place in the school athletic program. The continued 
obsession with winning is a flirtation with disaster. 

The questions with which we are now confronted are not can we, but 
will we accept the challenge of preserving the high moral and ethical 
qualities which are intrinsic to theidealsof sportsmanship. And will we 
educate sport oriented individuals to revitalize the integrity of 
competitive athletics? The answers to these questions must of 
necessity be m the affirmative For without the ethic of sportsmanship 
operating realistically in the control of player and spectator behavior, 
sport will not only lose its integrity as an educational instrument but 
may degenerate into a device actually subversive to the best interests 
of our schools and communities. 

It has been suggested that sports competition may be one of the last 
bastions of decency in our society. With the decline in the influence of 
the home and the church, sports may be called upon to assume more of 
the responsibility for the teaching of basic humanistic values. To make 
such as important contribution to the development of the individual. 
positive programs must be initiated. The efficiency of these programs 
will be dependent upon a solid foundation which is well 
conceptualized and clearly defined. The behavior expected of a 
sportsman must be spelled out and to that end the following 
fundamentals, applicable to all competitive situations, are presented. 

THE FUNDAMENTALS OF SPORTSMANSHIP 

1. Show respect lor the opponent at all times. 

The opponent should be treated as a guest; greeted cordially on 
arriving; given the best accommodations; and accorded the tolerance, 
honesty and generosity which all human beings deserve. Good 
sportsmanship is the Golden Rule in action. 

2. Show respect lor the ollicials. 

The officials should be recognized as impartial arbitrators who are 
trained to do their job and who can be expected to do it to the best of 
their ability. Good sportsmanship implies the willingness to accept and 
abide by the decisions of the officials. 

3. Know, understand and appreciate the rules ol the contest. 

A familiarity with the current rules of the game and the recognition of 
their necessity for a fair contest is essential. Good sportsmanship 
suggests the importance of conforming to the spirit as well as the letter 
of the rules. 

4. Maintain sell control at all times. 

A prerequisite of good sportsmanship requires one to understand 
his own bias or prejudice and the ability to prevent the desire to win 
from overcoming rational behavior, A proper perspective must be 
maintained if the potential educational values of athletic competition 
are to be realized. Good sportsmanship is concerned with the behavior 
of all involved in the game. 



5. Recognize and appreciate skill in perlormance regardless ol 
alliliation. 

Applause for an opponent's good performance is a demonstration of 
generosity and good will that should not be looked upon as treason. 
The ability to recognize quality in performance and the willingness to 
acknowledge it without regard to team membership is one of the most 
highly commendable gestures of good sportsmanship. 

With the fundamentals of sportsmanship as the point of departure, 
specific responsibilities and expected modes of behavior can be 
defined. 

THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE COACH 

The coach bears the greatest burden of responsibility for sportsman- 
ship. His influence upon the attitudes and behavior of the players, the 
student body and the community are unequalled. In order for good 
sportsmanship to become a reality it is essential that the coach 
subscribe to the values of sportsmanship and teach its principles 
through word and deed. 

Specifically, it is recommended that the coach: 

1. Always set a good example for others to follow. 

2. Teach the values of honest effort in conforming to the spirit as well 
as the letter of the rules. 

3. Instruct the players in their sportsmanship responsibilities. 

4. Discipline those students who display unsportsmanlike behavior; if 
necessary, forfeit their privilege of representing the school. 

5. Be a perfect host to opponents, treat them as guests. 

6. At every opportunity remind the student body that the opposing 
team is their guest and that as host they should be polite and 
courteous. 

7. Provide opportunities for social interaction among coaches and 
players of both teams before and after the contest. 

8. Select only officials who have demonstrated the highest ethical 
standards. 

9. Respect the officials' judgment and interpretation of the rules. 
Public protests can only lead to similar behavior by the players and 
spectators. 

10. Publicly shake hands with the officials and opposing coach before 
and after the contest. 

THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PLAYERS 

The responsibility of the players for sportsmanship is second in 
importance only to the coach. Because players are admired and 
respected, they exert a great deal of influence over the actions and 
behavior of the spectators. 

Desirable behavior for players would be to; 

1. Treat opponents with the respect that is due them as guests and 
fellow human beings. 

2. Shake hands with opponents and wish them good luck before the 
contest. 

3. Exercise self control at all times, accepting decisions and abiding 
by them. 

4. Respect the officials judgment and interpretations of the rules. 
Never argue or make gestures indicating a dislike for a decision. 

5. Only the captain should communicate with the officials regarding 
the clarification of a ruling. 

6. Accept both victory and defeat with pride and compassion, being 
never boastful or bitter. 

7. Congratulate the opponents in a sincere manner following either 
victory or defeat. 

8. Cooperate with the coach and fellow players in trying to promote 
good sportsmanship. 

9. Welcome the opportunity to discuss the rules and strategies of the 
contest with parents and friends so they can better understand and 
appreciate the finer points of the game. 

10. Accept seriously the responsibility and privilege of representing 
the school and community. 

THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE STUDENTS 

The students' frequent role as spectators and their tremendous 
enthusiasm for sports are indicative of their vital responsibility for 
good sportsmanship. Their habits and reactions determine the quality 
of sportsmanship which reflects upon the reputation of their school. 

It is recommended that students: 

1. Know and demonstrate the fundamentals of sportsmanship. 

2. Respect, cooperate and respond enthusiastically to cheerleaders. 

3. Censure fellow students whose behavior is unbecoming. 

4. Respect the property of the school and the authority of school 
officials. 

5. Show respect for an injured player when he is removed from the 
contest. 

6. Do not applaud errors by opponents or penalties inflicted upon 
them. 

7. Do not heckle, jeer, or distract members of the opposing team. 

(continued on Page Twelve) 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentuci(y High School Athletic Association 



VOL, XLIV, NO. 7 



FEBRUARY, 1984 



$5.00 



IN MEMORY 

OF 

RICKY MORSE 



by 

Jack Cline, 

Chairman 

Wrestling Officials 

Association 



This past summer those of us who are associated with 
the K.H.S.A.A. lost a wonderful friend. Ricky Morse, who 
was a rising star in wrestling officiating, was tragically 
taken from us in a water-skiing accident. 

Ricky was a 1976 graduate of North Hardin High School. 
While wrestling for North Hardin, Ricky won the 98-pound 
State Championship in 1975. He won the outstanding 
wrestler award at the prestigious Trinity Christmas 
Tournament of Champions in 1975. Ricky won numerous 
tournaments and awards as a competitor. One of those of 
which he was most proud was being selected forthe North 
Hardin Coaches Award for four consecutive years. 

He began his career as an official in 1978. His 
competitive nature made him push for excellence. He 
progressed rapidly and in 1981 he was awarded his first 
chance at officiating the State Wrestling Tournament. He 
was selected for the tournament again in 1982 and 1983. 
Ricky had achieved a rating that had made him one of the 
top six wrestling officials in Kentucky. That was an 
accomplishment that he treasured. 

Those of us in wrestling were deeply shocked over 
Ricky's passing. We all miss him and remember him 
fondly. His competitive spirit and his loyal dedication live 
with each of us. 

As long as wrestling exists in Kentucky, Ricky Morse will 
be remembered. 




"KENTUCKY 
^ ATHLETIC 

-- DIRECTIONS" 

Important change concerning annual business meeting: 

As a result of a recommendation of the Board of 
Director's of the K.H.S.A.D.A., oiir annual business 
meeting has been moved to FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1984, at 
10:00 a.m. at the Hyatt Regency in Lexington during the 
Boy's State Basketball Tournament. 

We encourage all Athletic Directors to mark your 
calendar now and make plans to attend this most 
important meeting. 

K.H.S.A.D.A. sponsored hospitality during the Boy's State 
Basketball Tournament: 

For the first time, our State Association will be 
sponsoring a Hospitality Room forall members during this 
year's tournament. This room will be located in the Hyatt, 
so plan on stopping by between sessions to make new 
friends and renewoldfriendships. Just look for signs in the 
lobby for location and hours that this room will be open. 

State A.D. Conference information: 

Hopefully you have already made plans to attend the 
1984 Conference scheduled for April 29, 30, and May 1 at 
the Executive West in Louisville. Plans are about 
completed and you should have received all necessary 
information by this printing. If you have not, please 
contact: 

Jim Watkins, Conference Coordinator 

Southern High School 

8620 Preston Highway 

Louisville, Kentucky 40219 

(502) 454-8439 

BECOME ACTIVE, GET INVOLVED, BECOME A VIABLE 
MEMBER OF THE MOST PROGRESSIVE STATE 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR'S ASSOCIATION IN THE 
COUNTRY. 

See you in Lexington in March. 



Jim Reuther 
KHSADA President 



o 



1983-84 Certified 

and Approved 
Basketball Officials 



A large number of K.H.S.A.A. registered officials have 
qualified for the advance ratings of Certified and Approved 
as a result of the National Federation Part II Examination. 
Only officials receiving these higher ratings are eligible to 
work in the district and regional tournaments. Only 
Certified officials are eligible to work in the state 
tournament. 



APPROVED 

REGION II 

Ford Branch 
Mike Creasey 
Doug Osting 



CERTIFIED 



James Crick 
Frank Pierce 
Eldridge Rogers 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1984 



FEBRUARY, 1984 



VOL. XLIV, NO. 7 



From the Commissioner's Office 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of Octobers, 191 7, authorized May 
3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President-Charles Black (1980-1984) Barbourville, Vice 
President-Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) Monticello, 
Directors-John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead, Whaylon 
Coleman (1980-1984) Owensboro, Patrick L. Crawford 
(1982-1986) Louisville, Alvis Johnson (1980-1984) 
Harrodsburg, Robert Rogers (1981-1985) Barlow, Ray 
Story (1982-1986) Radcliff, Chester Turner (1983-1987) 
Fort Thomas, David Webb (1983-1987) Brownville, Conley 
Manning-State Department of Education Representative. 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 



SPECIAL NOTICES 



ATHLETIC FIELD SEMINAR 

NOW is the BEST time of the year to begin improving 
your football, soccer, baseball and other athletic fields. 
Renovation and maintenance must begin in March. To 
gain the latest information concerning improving the 
QUALITY and SAFETY of your fields, you should attend a 
one-day seminar sponsored by the University of Kentucky 
College of Agriculture and the Kentucky Turfgrass 
Council. 

Dates and Locations 

March 5 - Highland Heights, Rt. 27 and 1-275, 

Northern Kentucky University, BEP 

BIdg., Parking Lot G. 
March 6 - Elizabethtown, Rt. 62 West, Hardin 

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Tine Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the Executive Inn, Louisville, Kentucky, on 
Friday morning, January 20, 1984. The meeting was called toorder 
by President Charles Black at 10:00 a.m. Present were Board 
members Eldon Davidson, Ray Story, Pat Crawford, Bob Rogers, 
David Webb, Whaylon Coleman, Alvis Johnson, Commissioner 
Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise, Assistant 
Commissioners Brigid DeVries and Louis Stout. Earl Cox, Courier 
Journal, was also present. The invocation was given by Conley 
Manning. 

Pat Crawford made a motion that the minutes of the Appeals 
Hearing on November 25, 1983 and the minutes of the Board 
meeting on November 26, 1983 be approved. Whaylon Coleman 
seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. 

David Webb moved, seconded by Bob Rogers, that all billsofthe 
Association for the period beginning November 1, 1983 and ending 
December 31 . 1983, be approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise reported that the pre- 
tournament ticket sales for both boys and girls state basketball 
tournaments exceed those of last year. Mr. Wise stated that all 
tickets for the Lower Arena at Rupp Arena were sold. 

Commissioner Mills reported that he had received no requests 
from member schools to change districts this year. He then called 
on Eldon Davidson to present the Basketball Committee Report. 

Mr, Davidson reported that the K.H.S.A.A. Basketball Committee 
met on December 16, 1983. with Eldon Davidson, Charles Black, 
Bob Rogers and David Webb present. Also in attendance were 
Commissioner Tom Mills, Assistant Commissioners Louis Stout 
and Brigid DeVries. 

Mr Mills informed the committee that requests for re-alignment 
in basketball were usually considered during the January meeting 
of the Board. He stated that while he had no specific requests for 
change this year, he did have a request from Principal Dwight Price 
and Coach Don Harville of Lafayette High School that the Board 
take action to eliminate all three team districts. 

Following a discussion of this request it was the decision of the 
Committee that since re-alignment of several districts will be 
necessary during the 1985-86 school year due to the consolidation 
and closing of several schools, no action be taken on this request at 
the present time. 

Bob Rogers recommended to the Committee that the Board 
consider changing Section IX. C of the Rules and Regulations 
governing Basketball Tournaments to read: "Teams may be seeded 
in the district tournaments if there are at least four teams in the 
district, by a majority vote of the schools. The method to be used in 
seeding shall be decided by a majority vote of the participating 
schools effective with the 1984-85 school year. Suggested methods 
are (1) seeded by tournament manager, (2) seeded by a rating 
turned in by each school, (3) seeded by a majority vote, (4) seeded 
by a committee. 

Following the report, Ray Story made a motion, seconded by Bob 
Rogers, that the Basketball Committee Report be accepted. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

President Black then called on Alvis Johnson for the All-Sports 
Committee Report. Mr. Johnson reported that the Committee met 
on December 16. 1983, with Alvis Johnson. Bob Rogers, Chester 
Turner and David Webb present. Also in attendance were 
Commissioner Tom Mills and Assistant Commissioners Louis 
Stout and Brigid DeVries. 

Mr. Johnson stated that the All-Sports Committee has the 
following recommendations: 

1 - That the following proposal concerning By-Law 8, Contestant on 
Another Team, be submitted to the Delegate Assembly for 
consideration: "Any person who is a contestant on any other team 
other than a secondary school team during an athletic season in 
basketball, football, soccer or volleyball shall be ineligible to 
represent any secondary school in that sport for the remainder of 
that season. The provisions of this section shall not apply to 
members of baseball, cross country, golf, gymnastics, Softball, 
swimming, tennis, track and wrestling." 

2. That the Commissioner be empowered upon written request of a 
member school to waive the Limitation of Season regulation to 



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permit swimming coaches of member schools to coach members 
of their team out of season providing the students are not being 
sponsored or identified with a member school 

3 That the baseball plan for re-alignment be approved for a two- 
year period beginning with the 1983-84 school year 

4 That the 1984 Softball alignment as presented by l^r Stout be 
approved 

5 That the deadline for schools wishing to enter teams in 
K H S A A sponsored events during the school year be September 
1 for fall sports, November 1 for winter sports and February 1 for 
spring sports 

6 That the National Anthem be played whenever possible at the 
various sports events sponsored by the Association 

Following a discussion of the various recommendations. Pat 
Crawford made the motion to table Item 1 Eldon Davidson 
seconded the motion and it carried by a vote of 4-3 

Bob Rogers then made the motion that the remaining 
recommendations of the All-Sports Committee be adopted Alvis 
Johnson seconded the motion and it passed unanimously 

Dr- Quinn Bailey. Kentucky Ivledical Association, had requested 
to come before the Board to update members on the 
recommendations of the Subcommittee on The tvledical Aspects of 
Sports The committee's recommendations are as follows 

1 Head coaches in high risk sports of baseball, basketball, 
football soccer and wrestling take a multiple media course (i e be 
trained in first aid and be certified in CPR) and be re-certified as 
needed, and to attend the Sports Medicine Symposium sanctioned 
by the Kentucky Medical Association on an annual basis 

2 That all registered officials be trained in CPR with re- 
certification as needed 

3 That a study be initiated in reference to the feasibility of 
requiring athletic trainers for high school athletics and that said 
study take into consideration economic factors, certifying and 
training factors and any other related issues 

Following Dr Baileys report and a discussion thereof. David 
Webb moved that the Board accept the report in concept and 
requested the Commissioner to formalize a recommendation to the 
Board regarding its actual implementation Bob Rogers seconded 
the motion The motion carried unanimously 

Commissioner Mills announced to the Board that the Delegate 
Assembly Meeting will be held on Friday. April 20. 1984. at 1 1 00 
a m at the K H S A A Office Building in Lexington 

The Board discussed proposed changes to the Constitution and 
By-Laws as received from Principal Leiand Clark. Caverna High 
School, pertaining to Limitation of Seasons. PnncipalJerry Ainley. 
Calloway County High School, pertaining to Limitation of Seasons 
and By-Law 38. Principal Chris Cameron, Trinity High School, 
regarding By-Law 5. Section 5. Principal Harold Wood. 
Hopkmsville High School, pertaining to By-Law 5 The proposals to 
be submitted to the Delegate Assembly will be published in the 
March issue of the 'Athlete " 

Whaylon Coleman made a motion, seconded by Alvis Johnson, 
that the Commissioner be empowered to grant each team that 
participated in the football playoffs SI. 200 00 to help defray 
expenses. The motion carried unanimously 

Commissioner Mills presented a request from the Fayette 
County Schools regarding the approval of a waiver of the 
Limitation of Seasons as it pertained to their 9th grade teams Bob 
Rogers moved, seconded by David Webb, that the Board honor 
their request and allow the ninth grade girls basketball teams to 
play games earlier than outlined in the Limitation of Seasons but 
within the designated practice time The motion carried 
unanimously 

Mr. Wise reported to the Board that officials would officiate 
within their region for the district basketball tournaments but 
would go outside their region for the regional tournaments, except 
for Regions IV and V, These regions would use officials from 
Regions V and IV respectively for the regional tournaments Bob 
Rogers moved, seconded by Whaylon Coleman, that this 
recommendation be accepted The motion carried unanimously 

Commissioner Stout reported that he had received requests from 
Northern Kentucky. Lexington, and Louisville to host the 1984 
Slowpitch Softball Tournament He recommended that the 1984 
tournament beheld in Lexington atShillito Park Ray Story made a 
motion that Mr Stouts recommendation be accepted Eldon 
Davidson seconded the motion which carried unanimously 

Mr. Conley Manning of the State Department of Education 
announced that the State Board Hearing Officer would be Gary 
Bale. 

Mr. Mills presented the letter received from Principal Barney 
Thweatt, Christian County High School, requesting that the Board 
of Control and the State Department of Education revise the recent 
change in By-Law 5, Section 4. requiring that a student be making 
normal progress toward graduation (4-9-14 credits earned at end 
of grade 9-10-11 respectively) beginning with the 1984-85 school 
year. Mr. Thweatt requests that this requirement be phased in over 



a period of four years, beginning with the 1984-85 school year 

Pat Crawford moved, seconded by Eldon Davidson, that the 
request be approved by the Board of Control and the 
Commissioner be authorized to submit the recommendation to the 
State Board of Education for consideration The motion passed 
unanimously 

Ray Story made a motion, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that the 
Commissioner contact the representatives of the state colleges, 
universities and the athletic conference in which they hold 
membership, requesting that they refrain from scheduling 
basketball games on Tuesday and Friday nights during the high 
school basketball season The motion carried unanimously 

Ray Story also moved, seconded by Bob Rogers, that the Board 
of Control go on record as requesting that member schools not 
schedule spring activities sanctioned by the K H S A A. during the 
school day The motion passed unanimously 

The next meeting of the Board of Control is scheduled to be held 
at the Hyatt Regency Lexington, on Friday. March 16. 1984 at 8 00 
a m 

There being no further business. Pat Crawford moved, seconded 
by Bob Rogers, that the meeting adjourn The motion carried 
unanimously 



APPEALS 
HEARING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the Executive Inn. Louisville. Kentucky, on 
Thursday afternoon. January 19. 1984. for the purpose of hearing 
appeals 

The meeting was called to order by President Charles Black at 
4 00 p m Present were Board members Eldon Davidson. Ray Story. 
Pat Crawford. Bob Rogers. David Webb. Whaylon Coleman, Alvis 
Johnson Commissioner Tom Mi Ms and Executive Assistant Billy V 
Wise The invocation was given by Alvis Johnson 

Commissioner Mills called upon Mr Sam Manley, Attorney-at- 
Law. who had requested a hearing before the Board on behalf of 
Johnny Miller, a student at Seneca High School Also present for 
the hearing were Principal John Whiting, Seneca High School and 
Mr George Sauer. Commissioner for Activities and Athletics. 
Jefferson County Public Schools 

Following Mr Manley's presentation and a discussion of his 
request that the Board waive By-Law 6. Transfer Rue. and allow 
Johnny Miller to represent Seneca High School in interscholastic 
athletics. Ray Story moved, seconded by Eldon Davidson that the 
ruling of the Commissioner be upheld in this case The motion 
carried with a vote of six in favor of the motion and one abstention 

Commissioner Mills then explained the Due Process Procedure 
to Mr Manley as outlined m the 1983-84 K H S A A Constitution 
and By-Laws 

There being no further appeals to come before the Board. Eldon 
Davidson moved, seconded by Bob Rogers that the meeting be 
adjourned The motion carried unanimously 



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COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES 



GOLF 



The Golf Committee met Monday, January 23, 1984, at the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association Office in Lexington. 
Executive Assistant Billy Wise, called the meeting to order at 1:00 
p.m Brigid DeVries, Assistant Commissioner, and Committee 
members present were Ernie Denham, Bill Johns, Bill Frost, Lou 
Brown, and Danny Spillman. 

The first item of business was Regional Tournament information. 
The committee made some minor changes in the information 
which will be sent to the schools. A discussion of Regional 
Tournament sites included a recommendation, that whenever 
possible. Regional Tournaments should be alternated between at 
least two sites every other year 

The second item on the agenda was a discussion of the State 
Tournament. The dates for the tournaments are May 15 and 16. The 
Boys' Tournament will be played at Anderson Golf Course in Fort 
Knox. The Girls' Tournament will be at Elizabethtown Country 
Club, Elizabethtown, Kentucky. The committee reviewed the State 
Tournament information sheet and made some minor revisions. 

Ernie Denham presented a report on the status of the golf 
program in Jefferson County. The Kentucky Junior Golf 
Foundation, in conjunction with the Kentucky Section PGA and the 
Kentucky Golf Association, will take the following steps to provide 
a golf program for the Jefferson County public high schools: 

1. Pay off the balance of the amount owed by the High School 
Golf Foundation. 

2. Underwrite and conduct a tournament program for Jefferson 
County public high school students which will be used to help 
determine participants in regional and state high school 
tournaments. (Details on the tournament program are enclosed.) 

3. Provide a one day a week instructional program for public high 
school golfers in the Spring at area driving ranges This program 
will provide free instruction by Kentucky PGA professionals and 
apprentices and will enable the Jefferson County High School 
Golfers to improve their skills. 

The overall program should enable us to upgrade the caliber of 
junior golf in the area. 

The next item on the agenda was a discussion of Golf as a fall 
sport. Bill Johns moved that the sport of Golf be scheduled in the 
fall, beginning in the 1985-86 school year, and the tourney be 
completed by the fourth week in October. The motion was 
seconded by Danny Spillman and passed 5-0 

There was some discussion as to the Limitation of Seasons as it 
would relate to fall golf. It was suggested that the following be 
submitted to the Board of Control for consideration: 

1 Organized practice shall not begin prior to July 15. 

2. The first meet of the season shall not take place prior to 
September 1. 

3. The season shall consist of a maximum of 20 matches. Any two 
invitational tournaments shall count as one (1) match each - all 
dual matches count as one. 

4. The season ends with the elimination of an individual or team 
from district, regional or state championship competition. 

5. There shall be no more than two (2) practice matches prior to 
September 1. Scrimmages shall count toward the 20 match limit. 

There being no further business the meeting adjourned. 



TENNIS 



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The Tennis Committee met on Wednesday, January 25, 1984 at 
the K.H.S.A.A. Office in Lexington. Assistant Commissioner Brigid 
L. DeVries called the meeting to order at 1:30 p.m. Committee 
members present included Ryan Molhem, Joe Kroh. Becky 
Watson, Howard Crittenden and Terry Johnson. 



The first item on the agenda was a discussion of regional 
tournament sites. Changes in regional sites included Region #3 
previously held at Daviess County will be hosted by Henderson 
County and Region #11 will be held in Ashland and managed by 
Paul Blazer High School. Other regional sites are in the process of 
being secured at the present time. 

The committee went over the regional information sheet and 
suggested that the point penalty system for tournament play be 
included. The Board of Control at the October Board meeting 
approved the All-Sports Committee recommendation that a 
contestant shall have competed in a minimum of four (4) high 
school tennis matches representing a member school during the 
regular season to be eligible to compete in the K.H.S.A.A. Regional 
and State Tournaments This rule will go into effect beginning with 
the 1984-85 school year. 

The committee also suggested that a deadline date be set when 
regional entries are due. 

The next item on the agenda was the format tor seeding the state 
tournaments. It was decided that two, four member committees be 
selected for the purpose of seeding the boys and girls tournaments. 
The seeding committees will meet in Lexington the Tuesday before 
the State Tennis Tournament. 

The next item for discussion was the State Tennis Tournaments, 
The committee members made some minor corrections on the 
information sheet and entry forms. The same time schedule as last 
year will be followed for the 1983-84 tournament It was suggested 
that the Penn heavy duty ball be purchased if available tor 
tournament play. 

Asst. Commissioner DeVries reported that U.S.T.A, rule books 
will be sent to each Regional Manager later on in the spring. 

Joe Kroh related that the K.T.A. is working on a rules clinic for 
high school coaches which will be held in late March or early April. 
More information on the clinics will be available at a later date. 
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned. 



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TRACK AND FIELD 



The K.H.S.A.A. Track and Field Committee met at the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association Office, Lexington, on January 10, 
1984. The meeting was called to order by Assistant Commissioner 
Brigid DeVries at 1 :30 p.m. Committee members present were Bro. 
Borgia, John Gettler, Marty Mayer, Will Pagan. Tony Roe, Charlie 
Ruter, Bob Stacey. Terry Wilson, Larry Wingfield, Reba Woodall 
and Jean Wright. 

Prior to the meeting, Asst. Commissioner DeVries called on 
Charlie Ruter who had requested to report on the Mason-Dixon 
Games which will be held at Freedom Hall on February 3-4, 1984. 

Ms. DeVries discussed regional meet sites with committee 
members and advised members of the requests from schools who 
wanted to host regional and/or sectional track meets. A listing of 
the regional and sectional sites will be sent to each school in 
February. 

The dates for the meets are as follows: 
Regional Meet — May 12 
Sectional Meet - May 19 
State Meet — May 26 

Ms. DeVries reported on the results of a recent survey sen' to 
schools who participate in track. 113 schools preferred thecurrect 
track format (i.e. schools qualifying four (4) runners in each event 
go to the Sectional Meet) and 74 schools preferred to eliminate the 
Sectional Meet and qualify two (2) runners in each event from the 
Regional Meet to the State Meet. The results of the survey will be 
discussed at the January meeting of the Board of Control. 

The dates for the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Track and Field Rules Clinics for coaches and officials are as 
follows: 

Feb. 23, 1984 — St. Xavier High School, Louisville - 7:00 p.m. 
March 26, 1984 — Tates Creek High School, Lexington - 7:00 p.m. 
April 2, 1984 — Daviess Co. High School, Owensboro - 7:00 p.m. 

Ms. DeVries reported that the All-Sports Committee had 



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approved a change in scoring at the regional, sectional and state 
meets. The scoring will be according to the table listed in the Track 
Rule Book and be determined by the number ot participating teams 
in the meets. 

A discussion then ensued regarding the fact that the National 
Federation beginning in 1985 will recognize national records in the 
girls 100m (33 inch) hurdles and 300 meter low hurdles, and the 
boys 110m high hurdles and 300 meter intermediate hurdles. The 
committee felt that future change to comply with the rule book may 
be necessary at a later date. It was felt that when this is undertaken, 
that schools be given a two to four year notice to prepare for it 



In addition, it was suggested that when schools are purchasing 
new hurdles, they be adaptable to both 33" and 36" heights. It was 
also suggested that the K H.S.A.A. recommend to the National 
Federation that they recognize both heights for record purposes. 

Marty Mayer suggested that the All-Sports Committee consider 
adding the 4x100 relay for boys and the 3200m relay for boys and 
girls for the 1984-85 school year. 

Miscellaneous items included a discussion of the re-alignment of 
track schools, and suggestions for the 1984 State Meet. 

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned 



1984 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT SITES 



Boys 



Girls 



1. Fulton County 

2. St Mary 

3. Wingo 

4. Marshall County 

5. Lyon County 

6. Webster County 

7. West Hopkins 

8. Hopkinsville 

9. Owensboro 

10. Greenville 

11. Hancock County 

12. McLean County 

13. Todd Central 

14. Western Ky. U. 

15. Allen County 

16. Cumberland County 

17. Elizabethtown 

18. LaRue County 

19. Nelson County 

20. Taylor County 

21. Shawnee 

22. Western 

23. Valley 

24. Evangel 

25. DuPont Manual 

26. Christian Academy 

27. Moore 

28. Waggener 

29. Spencer County 

30. Shelby County 

31. Carroll County 

32. Williamstown 



33. St. Henry 

34. Holmes 

35. Dayton 

36. Scott 

37. Bourbon County 

38. Bracken County 

39. Mason County 

40. Bath County 

41. Franklin County 

42. Lexington Catholic 
43 Henry Clay 

44. Model Laboratory 

45. Lincoln County 

46. Harrodsburg 

47. Wayne County 

48. Somerset 

49. Jackson County 

50. Whitley County 

51. Bell County 

52. Evarts 

53 Letcher 

54 Hazard 

55. Knott Co. Central 

56. Wolfe County 

57. Magoffin 

58 Prestonsburg 

59. Millard 

60. Phelps 

61. Rowan County 

62. Lewis County 
63 Greenup County 
64. Boyd County 



1. Fulton County 

2. St. Mary 

3. Wingo 

4. Marshall County 

5. Lyon County 

6. Webster County 

7. West Hopkins 

8. Hopkinsville 

9. Owensboro 

10. Muhlenberg Central 

11. Hancock County 

12. McLean County 

13. Todd Central 

14. Bowling Green 

15. Allen County 

16. Cumberland County 

17. East Hardin 

18. LaRue County 

19. Nelson County 

20. Taylor County 

21. Shawnee 

22. Western 

23. Valley 

24. Evangel 

25. DuPont Manual 

26. Christian Academy 

27. Moore 

28. Waggener 

29. Spencer County 

30. Shelby County 
31 Carroll County 
32. Owen County 



33. St. Henry 

34. Holy Cross 

35. Dayton 

36. Scott 

37. Harrison County 

38. Augusta 

39. Mason County 

40. Bath County 

41. Franklin County 

42. Lexington Catholic 

43. Henry Clay 

44. Model Laboratory 

45. Lincoln County 

46. Harrodsburg 

47. Wayne County 

48. Somerset 

49. Jackson County 

50. Whitley County 

51. Bell County 

52. Evarts 

53. Whitesburg 

54. Hazard 

55. Knott Co. Central 

56. Wolfe County 

57. Magoffin 

58. Prestonsburg 

59. Millard 

60. Phelps 

61. Menifee County 

62. Lewis County 

63. Greenup County 

64. Boyd County 



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1984 REGIONAL TOURNAMENT SITES 



Boys 

1. Murray State University 

2. Mad.-N. Hopkins H.S. 

3. Owensboro Sports Cntr. 

4. Western Ky. University 

5. Marion County H.S. 

6. Iroquois H.S. 

7. Ballard H.S. 

8. Henry County H.S. 

9. Conner H.S. 

10. Mason County H.S. 

1 1 . Eastern Ky. University 

12. Wayne County H.S. 

13. Knox Central H.S. 

14. Knott Co. Central H.S. 

15. Virgie H.S. 

16. Boyd County H.S. 



Girts 

1. Murray State University 

2. Hopkinsville H.S. 

3. Breckinridge County H.S. 

4. Barren County H.S. 

5. Nelson County H.S. 

6. Iroquois H.S. 

7. Ballard H.S. 

8. Oldham County H.S. 

9. Dayton H.S. 

10. Bourbon County H.S. 

11. Eastern Ky. University 

12. Laurel County H.S. 

13. Williamsburg H.S. 

14. Hazard H.S. 

15. VIrgle H.S. 

16. Rowan County H.S. 



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Boys' State-At-Large 

Champion 

GREENUP COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 




Front Row Center (left to right): Kim Stephens, Tomi Markins. Second Row: Kim Fox, Rhonda Taylor, 
Missy Nolte, Erin Patterson, Tracy Ratliff, Missy Salisbury. Back Row: Kim Hunt, Jenny Darnell, Mitzi 
Cade, Stephanie Kouns, Debbie Nolte, Kelly Earwood, Karen Roe. 



Girls' State-At-Large 

Champion 

GREENUP COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 




Front Row (left to right): Robin Green, Laura Kouns. Second Row: Carlynna Burton, Kelly Tennant, 
Dottie Nolle. Third Row: Renee Zabrieszack, LaVonda Royster, LeAnn Flannery, Tammy Collier. 



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BOYS' "SWEET SIXTEEN " 

CHAMPIONS 

HENRY CLAY HIGH SCHOOL 




First Row (lelt to right): Angel Diamond, Debbie Ward. Second 
Row: Tracey Uglem, Dee Dee Scott, Caroline Thompson. Third 
Row: Missy Gibson, Michelle Mullins. Fourth Row: Mary 
Thompson, Meg Boyd, Julie Ogger, Teresa Hargett. 



GIRLS' "SWEET SIXTEEN" 

CHAMPIONS 

ASHLAND PAUL BLAZER HIGH SCHOOL 




First Row (left to right): Michele Bynum, LaJohnda Highfield. 
Second Row: Suzanne Justice, Tina Dove, Cheri DePriest, Jodi 
Williams. Third Row: Teresa Savage, Stacee Stephens, Stephanie 
Miller, Sandi Allen. 



KAPOS NEWS 

STATE TOURNAMENT 

INFORMATION 



Participating cheerleader and sponsor regis- 
tration: all cheerleading squads and/or sponsors 
are asked to stop by the KAPOS table to: 

1. Register your squad. 

2. Pick up important information and materials for 
you and your school. 

Along with a KAPOS board member, there will be 
high school cheerleaders on hand to assist you. 
They can be identified by their hostess armbands. 
Feel free to ask them for help, and in turn they may 
seek you and your cheerleaders to be interviewed 
by one of the radio commentators. In order to make 
their task easier, we are asking that you register 
your seat, row and section number. A possible radio 
interview is often missed because the guides could 
not locate the desired person in time for the 
interview. 

Hospitality Room: May we remind all sponsors 
and cheerleaders that KAPOS hosts a Hospitality 
Room for participating cheerleaders. We cordially 
invite you to have refreshments, socialize with 
friends, exchange ideas, and perhaps get help with 
your problems. 

"Sweet 16" Cheerleading Squads: Attention 
Principals! If your team will be participating in the 
State Tournament, included in the packet sent to 
you by the KHSAA will be a letter pertaining to your 
cheerleading squad. Be sure to look for this and 
relay ail information to your cheerleader sponsor. 
We request that your cheerleaders be chaperoned 
by a well qualified, school approved adult. 
Verification of this, along with your sponsor's name, 
must be contained in the letter of confirmation 
which you will receive. This letter must be in the 
hands of a KAPOS officer prior to the time that your 
cheerleaders take the floor. 



Important! Please be sure that your school is a 
paid member of KAPOS or pays the fee before their 
first game in order for your squad to compete for the 
cheerleading awards in the State Tournament. The 
winners of these awards will be determined by use 
of the KAPOS Judging Sheet, a copy of which 
appears in the KAPOS Handbook. 

AWARDING OF TROPHIES 

KAPOS is pleased to honor outstanding cheer- 
leading squads with the recognition they so well 
deserve. All cheerleader awards will be presented 
between games on Friday night of the State 
Tournament. The awards are as follows: 

The winning cheerleader squad in the Boys' 
Sweet Sixteen will receive the Ted Sanford Trophy; 
in the Girls' Sweet Sixteen the Tom Mills Award. The 
runner-up cheerleading squad will receive a trophy, 
with the third and fourth place squads being 
awarded plaques. In addition, the special K-Pep 
Award will be presented. All tournament cheer- 
leading squads and their sponsors are asked to be 
located close to the playing floor so they can easily 
come on the floor should they be called for an 
award. 

GOVERNOR COLLINS DECLARES 
GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP MONTH 

While every month should be Good Sportsman- 
ship Month, KAPOS has always tried to put special 
emphasis on being a good sport at tournament time. 
Being a good sport is part of being a good citizen. 
We don't believe that good citizens need to be 
reminded to exemplify good sportsmanship. 
However, it is especially fitting at tournament time 
to remind all citizens that it is a privilege to be able to 
attend the games and that each individual can 
contribute to the success of the tournament if he will 
abide by the KAPOS Sportsmanship Creed 
proclaimed by Governor Collins. The Governor's 
proclamation is on display at the KAPOS table. 



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STATE-AT-LARGE CHAMPIONS 

Recognition is annually given to cheerleading 
squads other than those sixteen fortunate enough 
to participate with their teams in the State 
Tournament. The winner will receive the Jane 
Meyer trophy, while the runner-up will receive the 
President's Trophy. Plaques will be given to the 
third and fourth place squads. 

Beginning at the district level, all squads that are 
KAPOS members are eligible to be judged for the 
honor of representing their district in the KAPOS 
Region-At-Large cheerleading competition. The 
winner and runner-up of each district will progress 
to the region. In turn the girls' varsity winner and the 
boys' winner and runner-up from each region is 
allowed to compete for the title of State-At-Large 
Cheerleading Champions. 

Judging for the Girls' State-At-Large winners will 
take place at 8:30 A.M., on Saturday, March 24, in 
the Madison Central High School gymnasium, 705 
North Second Street, Richmond. Judging for the 
Boys' State-At-Large winners will take place at 8:30 
A.M. on Friday, March 16, and at 8:30 A.M., 
Saturday, March 17 at Memorial Coliseum, 
Lexington. The public is invited to these 
outstanding events. The admission charge of $2.00 
will go toward the expenses of KAPOS scholarship 
award, details of which are supplied below. 

At the conclusion of the judging, trophies will be 
awarded to the top four squads, in addition to 
several special awards. 



NOTE TO ALL ADMINISTRATORS 

Many of you have responded to our SOS in 
releasing teaching personnel to assist with the 
many tasks necessary to keep this organization 
functioning effectively. 

Again, we need judges and personnel to help at 
the tournament. This involves at least 12 to 15 
people. It is also backbreaking, tiresome work. 
However, we have many dedicated persons who 
have indicated a willingness to help share these 
duties provided they get a release from their 
administrators. Therefore, the KAPOS board is 
seeking your understanding and cooperation 
should you be asked to release a teacher from his or 
her duties to help carry on the work that KAPOS is 
doing to make cheerleading a worthwhile 
educational experience in the State of Kentucky. 



STELLA S. GiLB SCHOLARSHIP 

KAPOS is happy to annually award the Stella S. 
Gilb Scholarship to an outstanding and well- 
deserving cheerleader from Kentucky. One of your 
cheerleaders may be a potential scholarship winner, 
so get your applications in early. Applications must 
be turned in no later than April 15. Contact a KAPOS 
board member or officer for application forms, or 
pick them up at the State Tournament KAPOS 
Table. 



Be A Good 
Sport 




Back Your 
School 



PORTRAITS 

by James J. Metcalf 

Cheerleaders seem to have such fun 

As they jump up and dow/n 

To draw the roars that often help 

The team achieve renown. 

And surely they enjoy it but 

It is not childish play 

For they must practice their routines 

For hours, day by day. 

Their task requires patience and 

A lot of energy 

To get the stands to yell or sing 

In perfect harmony. 

They go all out to boost morale 

That may decide the game 

But ask no recognition, and 

Acquire little fame. 

And so it should be all through life 

To bring a brighter dawn 

Good cheer that somehow may 

Help someone to carry on. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1984 



Page Nine 



(The lollowlng Is a reprint from the National Federation News.) 



So you want to he a cheerleader^ 



(Editor's Note: The following discussion of cfieerleading is ffie wor/f of 
Carmi Higfi Sctiool cheerfeadtng sponsor, RutfiEtta Hunt, and is distributed to 
all prospective cfieerfeaders during the tryout period each spring } 

(From The Journal — Missouri State Higti Sctiool Activities Association) 

Being a cheerleader looks pretty glamorous, doesn't it? You'll 
have all thegloryandglamourof being the center of attention while 
leading a big crowd. You get to wear a uniform and represent your 
school while traveling to other schools. You will stand out, and 
people will notice you because you've gained a position of visible 
leadership. Wow! Pretty exciting, huh? 

Being a good cheerleader is much more than wearing that 
uniform or getting a crowd to yell at a game. A good part of the job 
is leading the crowd with chants, performing good floor cheers and 
mounts, and executing good jumps. However, I think the most 
important role of a cheerleader is to be an "ambassador of good 
will" for her school, and to set a good example that other young 
people will want to follow. 

The position of cheerleader is both a privilege and a big 
responsibility. As with many other athletics, a cheerleader must 
realize that she is watched more than the average student. From the 
very first time you wear that uniform, your every action will be 
watched by hundreds of people who now recognize you. 

This presents a tremendous responsibility for you to set the best 
example you possibly can. It is also no place for conceit and selfish 
attitudes. Don't think for one minute that you will be a cut above 
anyone else. That thinking will cause you to lose all the potential 
leadership that this position holds. There are many other talented 
leaders m the school, too. It just so happens that because 
cheerleading is a very visible' activity, people are going to be 
watching you and looking up to you. 



Once you occupy this position, your influence is a weight that 
will be felt, whether good or bad. You may not be responsible for all 
the actions of others, but you are responsible for those actions that 
your behavior influences. When you do something wrong, other 
students will probably say that if you can do it. they ought to be able 
to do it, too. On the other hand, when you do things well, some 
people will express jealousy over your accomplishments. That's 
the headache of being a cheerleader. 

As you dream about becoming a cheerleader, it might be a good 
time to really think about some things. What kind of person do you 
really want to be? Would you be a good leader and set the right 
example for others to follow? Would you become conceited about 
being a cheerleader? Would you be cooperative, enthusiastic and 
willing to try your very hardest to do your best? Would you willingly 
give up what you want if the majority of the cheerleaders wanted 
something else? Would you smile and keep working even if you 
don't feel well or your boyfriend just told you that he liked someone 
else? 

Please think about these things, because I do expect a lot from 
the girls chosen for my cheerleading squad. 



1984 


MARCH 


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MONDAY 


TUESDAY 


WEDNESDAY 


THURSDAY 


FRIDAY 


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3 

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4 

Basketball 

Regional 

Drawing 

Host School 


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School Athletic 

Director Meeting 

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Nat'l Fed. Part H 
Baseball & 
Track Exam 


20 

Baseball Clinic 
Lexington 
7:30 P.M. 


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22 

Girls' State B< 


23 

sketball Tournam 


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r\ j: Baseball 
ZO Clinic 
London 
7:30 P.M. 
Track Clinic 
Lexington 
7:00 P.M. 


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Baseball Clinic 

Hazard 

7:30 P.M. 


28 

Baseball Clinic 
Paintsville 
7:30 P.M. 


29 

Baseball Clinic 
Ashland 
7:30 P.M. 


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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1984 




1984 Baseball 
Districts and Regions 



REGION I 

District 1: Heath, Lone Oak, Paducah Tilghman, 
Reidland, St. Mary 

District 2: Fancy Farm, Farmlngton, Lowes, Wingo, 
Symsonia 

District 3: Ballard Memorial, Carlisle Co.. Fulton Co., 
Hickman Co., Fulton 

REGION 2 

District 4: Christian Co., Ft. Campbell, Hopkinsville, 
Todd Co. Central 

District 5: Caldwell Co., Crittenden Co., Livingston 
Central, Lyon Co., Trigg Co. 

District 6: Marshall Co., Calloway Co., Murray, Mayfield 

REGIONS 

District 7: Henderson Co., Providence, Union Co., 
Webster Co. 

Districts: Dawson Springs, McLean Co., Madisonville- 
N. Hopkins, South Hopkins, West Hopkins 

District 9: Apollo, Daviess Co., Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic 

REGION 4 

District 10: Breman. Central City, Drakesboro, Graham,. 
Greenville, Hughes-Kirk, Muhlenberg Central 

District 11: Breckinridge Co., Fordsville, Hancock Co., 
Ohio Co., St. Romuald, Trinity 

District 12: Butler Co., Grayson Co., Edmonson Co., 
Hart Co. 

REGION 5 

District 13: Bowling Green, Franklin-Simpson, Potter, 
Warren East, Warren Central 

District 14: Russellville, Todd Co. Central, Logan Co. 

District 15: Allen Co., Barren Co., Glasgow, Caverna 

District 16: Clinton Co., Cumberland Co., Gamaliel, 
Metcalfe Co., Tompkinsville 

REGION 6 

District 17: East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Ft. Knox, Meade 
Co., North Hardin, West Hardin 

District 18: Adair Co., Campbellsville, Marion Co., 
Taylor Co., Green Co., LaRue Co. 

District 19: Bardstown, Bethlehem, Nelson Co., 
Washington Co. 

District 20: Bullitt East, North Bullitt, Bullitt Central, 
Spencer Co. 

REGION 7 
District 21: Bishop David, Butler, Pleasure Ridge Park, 

Western 

District 22: DeSales, Iroquois, Southern 
District 23: Beth Haven, Doss, Fairdale, Valley 
District 24: Central, Portland Christian, Evangel, 

Shawnee 

REGION 8 
District 25: duPont Manual, Male, St. Xavier, Ninth & O 
District 26: Ballard, Eastern, Waggener, Kentucky 

Country Day 
District 27: Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Moore 
District 28: Atherton, Christian Academy, Seneca, 

Trinity 



REGION 9 

District 29: Boone Co., Connor, Dixie Heights, Lloyd 
Memorial, St. Henry, Simon-Kenton 

District 30: Bellevue, Dayton, Newport, Newport 
Catholic Central 

District 31: Bishop Brossart, Campbell Co., Highlands 
Silver Grove, Scott 

District 32: Beechwood, Covington Catholic, Holmes, 
Holy Cross, Ludlow 

REGION 10 

District 33: Grant Co., Pendleton Co., Walton-Verona, 
Williamstown, Deming 

District 34: Carroll Co., Gallatin Co., Trimble Co., 
Eminence 

District 35: Augusta, Bracken Co., Fleming Co., Lewis 
Co. 

District 36: Mason County, Maysville, St. Patrick, 
Tollesboro 

REGION 11 

District 37: Owen Co., Henry Co., Oldham Co., Shelby 
Co. 

District 38: Franklin Co., Frankfort, Scott Co., Western 
Hills 

District 39: Bourbon Co., Harrison Co., M.M.I., Nicholas 
Co., Paris 

District 40: Anderson Co., Harrodsburg, Mercer Co., 
Woodford Co., Burgin 

REGION 12 

District 41: Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Sayre, Tates Creek 

District 42: Boyle Co., Danville, Garrard Co., Jessamine 
Co., Casey Co 

District 43: Berea, Estill Co., Madison, Madison Central, 
Model 

REGION 13 

District 44: Pulaski Co., Somerset, Lincoln Co., Russell 
Co. 

District 45: McCreary Co., Monticello, Wayne Co. 

District 46: Clay Co., Jackson Co.. Laurel Co., Oneida, 
Rockcastle Co., Red Bird 

District 47: Barbourville, Corbin, Lynn Camp, Knox 
Central, Williamsburg, Whitley Co. 

REGION 14 

District 48: Breathitt Co., Fleming Neon, Jenkins, Knott 
Co., Riverside Christian, Whitesburg, Letcher, Cordia 

District 49: Buckhorn. Combs Memorial, Leslie Co., 
M.C. Napier, Hazard 

District 50: Cawood, Cumberland, Evarts, Harlan. Bell 
Co., Middlesboro, Pineville, Lone Jack 

District 51: Jackson. Lee Co.. Owsley Co., Powell Co., 
Wolfe Co. 

REGION 15 

District 52: Boyd Co., Holy Family, Lawrence Co., Paul 
Blazer 

District 53: Fairview, Greenup Co., Raceland, Russell 

District 54: Clark Co., Menifee Co.. Montgomery, Bath 
Co. 

District 55: East Carter, Elliott Co., Rowan Co., West 
Carter 

REGION 16 

District 56: Belfry, Elkhorn City, Feds Creek, Johns 
Creek, Phelps 

District 57: Johnson Central, Morgan Co., Magoffin Co., 
Paintsville, Sheldon Clark 

District 58: Betsy Layne, Allen Central, McDowell, 
Prestonsburg, Wheelwright 

District 59: Dorton, Millard, Mulllns, PIkevllle, Virgle 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1984 



Page Eleven 



)[p[i(gD/^[L K](Q)irD(g[lg 

PREVENTION, RECOGNITION 

AND CARE OF 

COMMON SPORTS INJURIES CLINIC 

The Bluegrass Area Chapter, American Red Cross, in 
conjunction with the Athletic Training Department at the 
University of Kentucky is sponsoring a Sports-Related 
Injuries Seminar on March 10, 1984 from 8:30 am -4:00pm. 

Topics to be discussed are "Emergency Planning", 
"Conditioning", "Common Sports Injuries and 
Evaluation", "Taping", "Heat, Illness and Prevention", 
"Use of Heat vs. Cold", and "The Importance of the 
Coaches Role in the Care of the Athlete". 

The clinic is open to coaches, parents, officials and 
other individuals who are involved with Recreational and 
High School Sports Programs. 

For more information contact the Safety Services, 
American Red Cross, (606) 253-1331 



o 



REGISTERED 
SOFTBALL 
OFFICIALS 



(Phone numbers will be 
available by request from 
K.H.S.A.A.) 



i 



Anderson, Ron 
Ash, f^ikie 
Bagby, Garry 
Baker, Darrell 
Ball, James 
Beamus, Paul 
Beavers, Daniel 
Benton, Kevin 
Bollinger, Bill 
Boyd, Thomas 
Brady, Ron 
Breeden. Clarence 
Brown, Leslie 
Bryant, Jim 
Bush, Jerry 
Caldwell, Edgar 
Campbell. Mike 
Caudill, Roy 
Clarke, Cathy 
Cobb, Clarence 
Compton, A! 
Cooper, Fred 
Crittenden, Fred 
Crittenden, Glenn 
Davis, Jay 
Davis, Jimmie 
Donohoe, W. J. 
Dornbusch, Robert 
Dowell, Kenneth 
Dunagan, Leon 
Durbin, Morris 
Dyke, Orville 
Edington, Jerald 



Louisville 

(Overseas Address) 

Greensburg 

Knifley 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Princeton 

Drakesboro 

Owensboro 

LaGrange 

Florence 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Helton 

Covington 

Shepherdsville 

Lexington 

Fort Knox 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Radcliff 

Covington 

Princeton 

Sacramento 

Louisville 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Hawesville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Pleasureville 

Covington 



Edwards. Mark 
Fetter, Susan 
Gordon, George 
Gordon, Roy 
Gosney, Donna 
Graham, John 
Gritton, Larry 
Hamby, Thomas 
Hayes. James 
Herbstreith, Terry 
Hillenbrand, George 
Howard, Linda 
Howard, Michael 
Hume, Carlos 
Johnson, Kenneth 
Johnson, Paul 
Johnson, Smokey 
Kessler, Randy 
King, James 
Kolodey, William 
Lewis, Darrell 
Litton, Neil 
Logsdon, David 
McFalls, Garry 
Mallory, James 
Masengale, Barbara 
Mefford, Randy 
Meier, Henry Jr. 
Newton, Dennis 
Neihaus, Jenny 
Polivick, David 
Prather, Clinton 
Robbins, Micheal 
Robinson, Jerry 
Rowland, Robert 
Sirls, Brenda 
Smart, John 
Smith, John D. 
Soard, Dennis 
Stevens, Robert 
Strain, Richard 
Stuedle, Ray 
Sturgeon, Leroy 
Tanner, Grace 
Tharp, Jim 
Tarvin, Roger 
Themann, Genelle 
Vaughn, Ronald 
Wade, Charles 
Watkins, David 
Watson, Lloyd 
Williams, James 
Wingfield, Felix III 
Woolridge, James 
Wyrick, Barry 
Yelton, Nick 
Young, Arthur 
Zirnheld, Leonard 



Danville 

Crestwood 

Louisville 

Shelbyville 

Fort Thomas 

Lexington 

Oneida 

Hopkinsvllle 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Elizabethtown 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Morehead 

Fort Knox 

Hazard 

Louisville 

Jeffersontown 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Drakesboro 

Louisville 

Fort Knox 

Louisville 

Lexington 

Mt. Washington 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Dayton 

Bardwell 

LaGrange 

Independence 

Fort Knox 

LaGrange 

Benton 

Hardinsburg 

Lexington 

Erianger 

Louisville 

Radcliff 

Louisville 

Freeburn 

Lexington 

Louisville 

Cresent Springs 

Versailles 

Henderson 

Elizabethtown 

Crestwood 

Erianger 

Horse Cave 

Louisville 

Park Hills 

Oneida 

Covington 

Louisville 

Louisville 



FIRST YEAR OFFICIALS 



Crick, James 
Hicks, S. Gene 
Mathews, Arthur 
Trinkle, Eric 



Greenville 
LaGrange 
Henderson 
Lexington 



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(continued from Inside Front Cover) 

8, Never criticize the players or coaches for the loss of a game. 

9, Respect the judgment and strategy of the coach. Refrain from 
bemg a second guesser, 

10- Avoid profane language and obnoxious behavior w/hich are anti- 
thetical to good sportsmanship. 

THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CHEERLEADERS 

Since the cheerleaders are the chosen representatives of the student 
body they have an unusual opportunity and asignificant responsibility 
for promoting good sportsmanship Cheerleaders should be chosen 
who are respected by fellow students. The most aggressive and vocal 
individual does not necessarily make the best cheerleader. By setting a 
good example the cheerleaders can influence and help control the 
reactions of student spectators 

Cheerleaders should 

1 Establish standards of desirable behavior for the cheerleaders and 
pep club. 

2. Select positive cheers which praise their own team without 
antagonizing their opponents 

3. Use discretion in selecting when to cheer. Give the opposing team 
equal opportunity to execute their cheers 

4. Give encouragement to injured players and recognition to out- 
standing performances for either team. 

5. Serve as hosts to the visiting cheerleaders. Meet them upon arrival 
and if time permits introduce them to friends and show them the 
school. Visit at half-time 

6 Hold a series of well-planned pep meetings in which students are 
reminded that the reputation of the school depends largely upon 
the behavior of its students at athletic contests. It should be empha- 
sized that no derogatory remarks, or booing should be made at any 
time. 

7 For desired spectator response, cheers should be executed with 
precision and ease, 

8, Develop a large repertoire of desirable and timely cheers which 
may be called upon at appropriate moments, 

9. Always maintain enthusiasm and composure especially in trying 
circumstances, remembering your responsibilities for leadership. 

THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE OFFICIALS 

Competent officials are essential for a smoothly functioning and fair 
contest. They determine to a great extent the behavior of the 
spectators, 

A competent official will: 

1, Place the welfare of the players above all other considerations, 

2, Accept his position in an unassuming manner. Showboating and 
over-officiating are never acceptable, 

3, Know the rules thoroughly and give intelligent interpretations to 
the players and coaches whenever necessary, 

4, Maintain confidence and poise, controlling the game from start to 
finish, "Rabbit ears" detract from an official's efficiency. 

5, Publicly shake hands with the coaches of both teams before the 
contest. 

6, Work cooperatively with fellow officials, scorers and timers for an 
efficient contest. 

7, Withdraw from the playing area without delay at halt-time and at 
the end of the contest, 

8, Never attempt to "even-up" or compensate for a previous mistake, 

9, Never exhibit emotions nor argue with a player or coach when 
enforcing the rules, 

10, Be swift and decisive when reacting to a violation and be explicit in 
communicating the nature of the foul. 

THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 

Less visible than the coaching staff but nevertheless of great 
importance to the overall program of sportsmanship is the Athletic 
Director, The numerous details which are essential for a smoothly 
functioning educational contest require the efforts of an individual 
dedicated to the true purpose of school activities. The philosophy 
which this person holds is reflected in the policies and procedures 
which he initiates, the behavior of the coaches and players, and in the 
conduct of all athletic contests. This person must subscribe to and 
promote the ideal of sportsmanship. 

A responsible athletic director will: 

1. Secure competent officials who will be completely satisfactory to 
both teams. Provide adequate compensation to assure quality 
officiating. 

2, Provide sufficient faculty and police supervision for spectator 
control, 

3 Provide opportunities for informing student and adult spectators 
of the rules, strategies and penalties of various athletic contests, 

4, Schedule only opponents who have similar standards and who are 
equal in ability, 

5, Avoid scheduling opponents when rivalry has reached the point 
that unruly behavior has become an accepted matter of course. 

6, Enlist the support of student leaders in the development of sports- 
manship program. 



7. Work closely with the cheerleaders in the techniques of spectator 
management. 

8. Secure competent public address announcers who promote the 
fundamentals of sportsmanship and who do not elicit undesirable 
spectator reactions. 

9. Maintain a good relationship with the press, keep them well 
informed of the activities and the objectives of the program, 

10. Provide opportunities for pre-game and post-game social inter- 
action among the players and coaches of both teams. 

THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE ADMINISTRATOR 

The administrator must establish the importance of the 
fundamentals of good sportsmanship in the minds of the entire school 
family and all those who associate with any of the school's activities. 
The quality of sportsmanship displayed at Athletic Contests reflects 
the quality of leadership provided by the administration. 

A responsible administrator would: 

1. Never allow any activity to supersede or interfere with the 
educational objectives of the school. Victory celebrations, game 
rallies, and unscheduled bursts of mass enthusiasm should not be 
permitted to interfere with the school program, 

2. Establish definite eligibility policies and procedures and be sure 
that they are thoroughly understood. 

3. Prevent outside influences from exerting undue pressure upon the 
athletic program. 

4. Promote good relationships with civic organizations and acquaint 
them with their responsibilities for good sportsmanship, 

5. Be sure the parents thoroughly understand what the school s 
expects of its players, 

6. Take an active role in the development of athletic policies. 

7. Be sure that all students have a definite understanding of the kinds 
of behavior expected of them, 

8. Support and encourage school programs designed to deepen an 
understanding of sportsmanship, 

9. Recommend to the Board of Education the employment of athletic 
coaches who are concerned primarily with educational objectives 
and the well being of the students. 

10, Establish good rapport with the radio and press relative to their 
obligation for promoting good sportsmanship, 

COMMUNICATIONS 

Press, radio and television personnel have a consideraijie influence 
in molding public opinion and behavior concerning interscholastic 
athletics. Writers and commentators frequently have opportunities to 
point out favorable and unfavorable behavior and make it a topic of 
public discussion. The cooperation of these individuals could do a 
great deal to foster good sportsmanship in the community. 

It is essential that representatives of the communication media: 

1. Promote the ideals and fundamentals of good sportsmanship, 

2. Report acts of sportsmanlike behavior without giving undue 
publicity to unsportsmanlike conduct. 

3. Report the facts without demonstrating partiality totheotherteam, 

4. Give recognition to the efforts of all who participate in the contest. 

5. Refrain from riding or making a "goat" of a player who has had 
misfortune in the contest. 

6. Know the rules and help communicate this knowledge to the 
public, 

7. Sponsor sportsmanship awards for players and spectators. 

Far reaching efforts are currently being made to improve the quality 
of sportsmanship in school athletic programs. Several state high 
school athletic associations have designated sportsmanship days. 
Schools are encouraged to give special emphasis to sportsmanship on 
these occasions. Athletic conferences have developed special 
sportsmanship rating systems for which schools compete. Many high 
schools in all parts of the country have developed codes which 
students themselves have authored. Other attempts to "sell" the ideal 
of good sportsmanship include assembly programs, clinics, essay 
contests, forensic topics, editorials in the school newspaper, rating 
forms, sportsmanship handbooks, and promotional programs 
sponsored by clubs and student councils. 

In developing sportsmanship behavior, the most meaningful growth 
occurs when an individual experiences acts of good sportsmanship. 
To acquire such behavior patterns one must be exposed to numerous 
situations in which he can accumulate first hand experiences. 
Probably one of the best methods of promoting sportsmanship is the 
"critical incident" technique. This technique involves the use of 
specific instances as they arise in a school's athletic program. When an 
act of unsportsmanlike behavior occurs, creative leaders should 
reconstruct the incident providing students with the opportunity to 
discuss and evaluate the occurrence in terms of good sportsmanship. 

Sports in America are significant. Sports in schools and colleges set 
the pattern for the entire structure of sports in our communities. 
Without appropriate behavior on the part of all personnel involved in 
the playing, administering, and patronizing athletic contests the 
opportunity to create and maintain a favorable atmosphere for the 
preservation of democratic values through this facet will be lost. 
(This article was reprinted Irom "The National Federation News".) 



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KANSAS CITY, MO. (January 13, 1984) — Several rule changes will be evident during the 1984 high school football season 
as a result of action taken by the National Federation Football Rules Committee. The interscholastic rules-making body 
approved a list of rule changes and modifications during a two-day session January 3-4, 1984, while meeting in conjunction 
with the National Federation's Annual Winter Meeting in Los Angeles, California. 

A significant change was made by the rules committee to reduce the number of legal clips from the game. Legal clipping 
will only be allowed on initial blocks by players who are within the "free-blocking zone" and positioned on the line of 
scrimmage. The players being blocked must also be in the zone at the snap. This contact is permitted only forthe initial line 
charge and may not continue after the position of the ball is established or the ball has left the zone. Previously, backfield 
players within the free-blocking zone (a rectangular area extending four yards laterally on either side of the spot of the snap 
and three yards behind each scrimmage line) could clip legally. 

"This change may be the first step in significant reduction of clipping within the free-blocking zone." explained Dick 
Schindler, Assistant Director of the National Federation and liaison to the National Federation Football Rules Committee. "It 
represents a major safety move designed to reduce injuries by limiting the opportunity and extent of legal clipping. A 
number of studies indicate that a good portion of the injuries taking place are occurring in this area (free-blocking zone) 
since it is where clipping and blocking below the waist is allowed." 

Many of the other changes and modifications made by the Football Rules Committee revolved around the issue of player 
safety in general, and sportsmanship in particular. Unsportsmanlike fouls will now be treated like non-player or dead ball 
fouls and will be penalized from the succeeding spot. The change reduces the chance of an unsportsmanlike foul going 
unpenalized since it is no longer a part of a double or multiple foul. 

Roughing the passer will now result in an automatic first down, plus the previous penalty of 15 yards already specified by 
the rules. "As a safety concern, the expansion of the rule was enacted to further deter roughing the passer," explained 
Schindler. "Roughing the passer will automatically result in a first down, even in situations in which the yardage needed to 
be gained by the offensive team is more than 15 yards." 

One of the changes among the most obvious to fans involves the opening game coin toss. National Federation rules will 
now allow the team winning the coin toss to defer its choice to the second half. "The rule has been successfully used in 
collegiate football," said Schindler. "In monitoring college games it became increasingly obvious that a majority of the team 
preferred to defer the choice. The result of winning the coin toss now offers more strategic options than in previous years." 

Another major change made by the rules-making body was to the overtime when the National Federation "10-yard 
procedure" is used. The rules now call for the immediate termination of the offensive team's series as soon as the defense 
gains possession of the ball. "Play will now end as soon as possession changes, consequently the previous possibility of 
subsequent fumbles and penalties are now eliminated," explained Schindler. "It is no longer possible to score defensively in 
an overtime period except by safety." 

The National Federation Football Rules Committee consists of a voting representative from 48 member associations. The 
committee governs gridiron play tor all high schools and many junior high schools in 47 states and the District of Columbia. 

Other rule changes affecting a projected total of approximately 15,000 high schools and over 900,000 student participants 
during the 1984 season include: 

• Requiring hip pads to include a tailbone protector. 

• Adding a specification limiting the height of platforms used to anchor cleats to 5/32". 

• Adding computers to the list of prohibited equipment for coaching and/or communication during the game. 

• Specifying illegal fair catch if signal is given after the kick has been caught or recovered. 

• Prohibiting the placement of material or any device on the ground to improve the kicker's footing. 

By recommendation of the Football Rules Committee, the 1984 National Federation Football Rules Book will be dedicated 
to the high school coaches and officials who have supported the Football Rules Committee and joined its efforts in helping 
to make the game safer for participants. 

1984 FOOTBALL RULE CHANGES 

1-5-1e Hip pads must have tailbone protector. 

1-5-3h-2 Added specification limiting height of platform used to anchor the cleats to 5/32". 

1-5-31 Added computers to list of prohibited equipment for coaching or communication during 

9-7-1d the game. 

2-3-5 Fair catch signal is illegal if given after the kick has been caught or recovered. 

2-9-1a Unsportsmanlike fouls will always be penalized from the succeeding spot and are no longer 

10-2-1,2,3 a part of a double or multiple foul. 

10-4-1 

2-10-2 Restricted clipping to blockers on the line of scrimmage and inside the free-blocking zone at 

the snap and against opponents in the zone at the snap. 

2-15-2 Prohibited placing material or any device on the ground to improve the kicker's footing. 

3-2-1 Allow winner of the toss to defer his choice to the 2nd half. 

9-1-1;9-1-2 Completely reorganized for easier use and understanding. 

9-3-3 Pen. Added 1st down to penalty for roughing the passer. 
9-4-1gk; 9-7-1f Prohibits deceit by substitutes or players prior to a free kick. 
Overtime 

Procedure Team A series ends and the down is ended immediately when Team B gains possession. 

Points of #1 Unsportsmanlike acts by players. 

Emphasis #2 Unauthorized conferences. 

#3 Sideline organization and management. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucl(y High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIV, NO. 8 



MARCH, 1984 



$5.00 




1984 
ANNUAL 
MEETING 



The business meeting of the Delegate Assembly of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association will be held on 
Friday, April 20. 1984, at 1 1:00 a.m. at the K.H.S.A.A. office 
building, 560 East Cooper Drive, Lexington, Kentucky. 

As provided in Article IX, Section 1, of the K.H.S.A.A. 
Constitution, the following proposals for changes in the 
rules of the Association, to be acted upon at the Annual 
Meeting, are hereby submitted to all members of the 
K.H.S.A.A. for their information. No proposals other than 
these may be considered at the Annual Meeting, except by 
a two-thirds vote of the delegates present. 

PROPOSAL I 

Principal J. Leiand Clack, Caverna High School, 
proposes that item number 2 under Basketball - Boys & 
Girls in By-Law 27, Limitations of Seasons be changed to 
read "The first basketball game shall not take place prior to 
the Monday following Thanksgiving for football playing 
schools and November 15 for non-football playing 
schools." 

PROPOSAL II 

Principal Jerry Ainley, Calloway County High School, 
proposes that item number 3 under Football in By-Law 27, 
Limitation of Seasons be changed to read as follows: "A 
schools' football season ends at the conclusion of its last 
regular season game and/or its elimination from the 
championship play-off competition. Member schools shall 
be allowed twenty (20) days of spring football practice 
from January 1 to March 30 each school year." 

PROPOSAL III 

Principal Jerry Ainley, Calloway County High School, 
proposes that the following be added to By-Law 38, Vote of 
Single Sex Schools. "No member school shall be allowed 
to vote upon matters pertaining to any sport in which the 
member school did not participate in the previous school 
year." 

PROPOSAL IV 

Principal Chris Cameron, Trinity High School, proposes 
that By-Law 5, Section 5, Enrollment Elsewhere be 
changed to read as follows: "A student who is enrolled or 
connected with one school may represent another school 
In a varsity contest If the following conditions exist and 
conditions are met: 

1. No corresponding sport is offered at the enrolled 
school. 

2. Application Is made to the State Association 
requesting permission and assignment to 
designated school where the student would be 
eligible to participate. 

PROPOSAL V 

Principal Barney Thweatt, Christian County High 
School, and Principal Harold Wood, Hopkinsville High 
School, propose that By-Law 5, Section 4, Preceding 
Quarter, Trimester or Semester Enrollment be changed to 
read as follows: 

1. To be eligible for athletic competition during the 
first semester of each school year, a student must 



have been enrolled the preceding semester and 
must have passed during the preceding semester in 
at least four full credit high school studies or their 
equivalent in units of credit accepted for 
graduation. 

2. To be eligible for athletic competition which begins 
during the second semester, a student must have 
been enrolled, during the first semester of that 
school year and must have received a passing grade 
in the first half of each of four full credit subjects or 
units of credit accepted for graduation at the 
halfway point of the school year. 

3. Grade school students must receive passing grades 
in at least four-fifths of their studies to be eligible 
and meet the enrollment requirement as specified 
in sections 1 and 2. 

PROPOSAL VI 

Principal Harold Wood, Hopkinsville High School, 
proposes that the following be added to By-Law 5, 
Preceding Semester: "Out of state transfer students must 
be making normal progress toward graduation based 
upon the academic requirements of the state being 
transferred from. However, said student must adhere to 
Association academic guidelines within one year of 
transfer." 

PROPOSAL VII 

The K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control proposes that By-Law 
40 Awards be changed to read as follows: 
AMATEUR/AWARDS 

A student who represents a school in an interscholastic 
sport shall be an amateur in that sport. An amateur athlete 
is one who engages in athletic competition solely for the 
physical, mental, social and pleasure benefits derived 
therefrom. An athlete forfeits amateur status in a sport by: 

1. Competing for money or other monetary 
compensation (allowable travel, meals and lodging 
expenses may be accepted); 

2. receiving any award or prize of monetary value 
which has not been approved by his/her state 
association; 

3. capitalizing on athletic fame by receiving money or 
gifts of monetary value (scholarships to institutions 
of higher learning are specifically exempted); 

4. signing a professional playing contract in that sport. 
Accepting a nominal, standard fee or salary for 

instructing, supervising or officiating in an organized 
youth sports program or recreation, playground or camp 
activities shall not jeopardize amateur status. "Organized 
youth sports programs" included both school and non- 
school programs. 

Only awards of no intrinsic value may be accepted by a 
high school student athlete as a result of participation in 
interscholastic competition. All awards shall be made by 
the school or the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association. 

PROPOSAL VIII 

The K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control proposed that By-Law 
6, Transfer Rule be changed to read as follows: 

Any student who represents a secondary school in a first 
team game after enrolling in grades 9 through 12 and who 
changes schools shall be ineligible for 36 school weeks. 
The Commissioner may waive the period of ineligibility in 
the event of any of the following circumstances: 

1 . A student who transfers from one secondary school 

to another following a bona fide change of 

residence by his/her parents into the school 

(Continued on Page Eleven) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1984 



MARCH, 1984 



VOL. XLIV, NO. 8 



Published monthly, except Juneand July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E Cooper Dr., P O, Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522, 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1 103. Act of Octobers, 191 7, authorized May 
3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S A.A., P.O Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President-Charles Black (1980-1984) Barbourville, Vice 
President-Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) Monticello, 
Directors-John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead, Whaylon 
Coleman (1980-1984) Owensboro, Patrick L, Crawford 
(1982-1986) Louisville, Alvis Johnson (1980-1984) 
Harrodsburg, Robert Rogers (1981-1985) Barlow, Ray 
Story (1982-1986) Radcliff, Chester Turner (1983-1987) 
Fort Thomas, David Webb (1983-1987) Brownville, Conley 
Manning-State Department of Education Representative. 



From the Commissioner's Office 

RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP INFORMATION 

Rifle Marksmanship will be held at Jeffersontown 
High School, Jeffersontown, Kentucky. Starting 
time is to be8:00am on April 7, 1984. For information 
contact Robert Ebert, USMC (Ret.), at 
Jeffersontown High School, who will manage the 
Meet. The following schools have indicated they will 
have rifle marksmanships: 



Belfry 

Bourbon Co. 
Bowling Green 
Breathitt Co. 
Calloway Co. 
Eastern 



Fort Knox 

Greenup 

Iroquois 

Jeffersontown 

Male 

M.M.I. 



Nicholas Co. 
Owensboro 
Paul Blazer 
Seneca 
Whitley Co. 



FENCING INFORMATION 

The state Fencing Meet will be held at Atherton 
High School, Louisville, Kentucky on April 7, 1984, 
registration is at 10:00 a.m. The tournament will be 
held in the summer auditorium. 

For more information contact W.E. Long, 1515 
Tyler Pk. Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40204; 
502/458-4989; 502/454-8305. 

The following schools have indicated they will 
have fencing: 



Atherton 
Fort Knox 
McCreary Central 
Male 



Oneida Bapt. Inst. 
Sacred Heart 
Seneca 




"KENTUCKY 

ATHLETIC 

DIRECTIONS" 

EIGHTH ANNUAL 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC 

DIRECTORS' CONFERENCE 

April 29 -May 1,1984 

Executive West Hotel, Louisville, Kentucky 



CONFERENCE AGENDA 



ROOM 



SUNDAY. APRIL 29 






Registration 


1 :00-6:00pm 


S 


Exhibits Open 


1:00-3:30pm 


S/M 


Board of Directors Meeting 


2:00-3:30pm 


A 


Exhibitors Reception 


3:30-5:00pm 


K 


"Special Topic - Computers/Attil 


4:00-5:00pm 


E 


Opening Session/Banquet 


6:00-8:00pm 


M 


$400.00 Drawing 


8:00pm 


M 


Conference Hospitality Party 


8.30-?'?? 


K 


MONDAY. APRIL 30 






Continental Breakfast 


8:00-9:00am 


S/M 


Late Registration 


9:00-1 1:00am 


S 


Extiibits Open 


9;00am-4:00pm 


S/M 


Worl<stiop #1 


9:00-9:50am 


E 


Topic: Food Power - A Guide to Improve Performance 




Extiibits Open/Door Prizes 


10:00-1 0:25am 


S/M 


Worl<stiop #2 


10:30-11 :20am 


E 


Topic: Trends and Changes in the KHSAA 




Exhibits Open/Door Prizes 


11:30-1 1:55am 


S/M 


Conference Award Lunctieon 


12:15-1:30pm 


Pool 


Exhibits Open/Door Prizes 


1:30-1 :55pm 


S/M 


Worl<shop #3 


2:00-2:50pm 


E 


Topic: College Athletic Recruiting 




TUESDAY. MAY 1 






Continental Breakfast 


8:00-9:00am 


S/M 


Exhibits Open 


8:00-1 1:00am 


S/M 


Workshop #4 


9:15-10:10am 


E 


Topic: The Principal as 


the Athletic Director 




Exhibits Open/Door Prizes 


10:15-10:45am 


S/M 


Workshop #5 


10:45-12:00noon 


E 



Topic: 6th & 7th Region Athletic Directors Meeting 
Conference Evaluation 12:00noon 



ROOM KEY 
A - Aberdeen 
E - Edmborough 
K - Kentucky 
M - Mary 
S - Scots 

"You do not have to be a member ol KHSADA to attend. 

IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED YOUR REGISTRATION INFORt^ATION. 
CONTACT: JIM WATklNS, CONFERENCE COORDINATOR, SOUTHERN 
HIGH SCHOOL. 8620 PRESTON HIGHWAY. LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY 
40219 (502) 454-8439 



SPECIAL NOTICES 

Bluegrass Baseball Umpires Meetings 

McAlister Auditorium 
Transylvania University 



March 26 
April 2 
April 9 
April 23 
May 7 



7:00 p.m. 
7:00 p.m. 
7:00 p.m. 
7;00 p.m. 
7;00 p.m. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1984 



PAGE THREE 



STATE WRESTLING CHAMPIONS — 1984 
Fern Creek High School 




Team Members: Bret King, Jeff Bohannon, Todd Adams, Richard Cool<, Robert Hall, Jeff 
Brimes, Andy Prell, Matthew Abernathy, Mark Fahl. 




Individual Weight Class Winners 



W^Kk .re • V\'X 

i^H '^ '» 'k \ /-to? 

Winners: 98 - Thomas Canady, North Hardin; 105 - David Richey, Caldwell Co.; 112 - Jay 
Heickelbeck, Doss; 119 - Jim Perrin, Christian Co.; 126 - Robert Hall, Fern Creek; 132 - 
Jerrad Rudd, Union Co.; 1 38 - Jeff Grimes, Fern Creek; 145 - Troy Cole, Conner; 1 55 - Eddie 
Person, Hopkinsville; 167 - Mat Shotwell, Conner; 185 - Neil Wilson, Union Co.; Hwt. - Bryan 
Baker, Woodford Co. 

TEAM STANDINGS 

Fern Creek 112 .^'^•Aun 

Simon Kenton 1 0SVz 

Hopkinsville 10372 

Woodford County 93 

Harrison County 9272 

Union County 7572 

Conner 74 

Caldwell County 58 

Franklin County 49'/2 

Christian County 4872 




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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1984 




ATTENTION: FOOTBALL COACHES 
Football Helmet Warning Labels 




In September 1982, the National Federation initiated a voluntary program to put "warning" labels on 
football helmets. Approximately one million free labels were distributed at that time. It was recommended that 
the labels be affixed to the outside rear portion of the helmet. It was also suggested that each school review and 
discuss the wording on the label with their football squads. In May 1983, 300,000 free labels were sent to the 
state associations. Additional labels were purchased by many states and also by individual schools. 

The National Federation is hopeful that this voluntary program will grow and result in all helmets having 
the visible external labels for the 1984 season. To assist in this effort, the following helmet manufacturers have 
agreed to supply free labels to any school upon request. 



BIKE ATHLETIC COMPANY 
P.O. Box 666 
Knoxville, TN 37914 
(615) 546-4703 



MAC-PRO HELMET, 
P.O. Box 8580 
Waco, TX 76710 
(817) 776-5010 



INC 



HUTCH SPORTING GOODS. INC. 
1928 W. 8th Street 
Cincinnati, OH 45204 
(513) 251-4510 

RAWLINGS SPORTING GOODS CO. 
2300 Delmar Blvd. 
St. Louis, MO 63166 
(314) 241-2900 



NOCONA ATHLETIC GOODS CO. 
P.O. Box 329 
Nocona, TX 76255 
(817) 825-3326 

RIDDELL, INC. 
P.O. Box 41697 
Chicago, IL 60641 
(312) 794-1994 



In addition, the Ail-American Reconditioning Company will supply free labels upon calling their toll free 
number: 1-800-321-5338. The labels will be sent to the school from the nearest Ail-American company. 
Individual schools may also contact local dealers who sell helmets or their helmet reconditi oner who may have 
labels available for their use. 

We are going to have all this information in the March issue of the National Federation NEWS. This issue is 
being mailed to every high school in the country and should reach them during the first week in March. 



STATE GYMNASTICS CHAMPIONS — 1984 
Lafayette High School - Boys 




First Row (left to right): Jerome Brown, Joe Collins. Second Row: Coach Tom Fee, Greg 
Buchanan, Jeff Wead. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1984 



PAGE FIVE 



1984 STATE GYMNASTICS RESULTS 



Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, was the site for the Gymnastics competition held on February 1 8, 
1984. Alane Mills managed the Girls' Tournament and Jim Nance managed the Boys' Tournament. Dr. Gerald 
Calkin was the overall meet manager. Dr. Hal Holmes was in charge of officials. 



BOYS' RESULTS 



Team Scores: 

Lafayette 
Tates Creek 
Bryan Station 
Henry Clay 



Vaulting: 

1. Greg Buchanan 

2. Parrin Wastiington 

3. Elbert Hampton 

4. Joe Collins 

5. Larry Wilson 

6. Terroy Drake 
Clarence Smith 

Rings: 

1- Greg Buchanan 
2. Jerome Brown 
3- Joe Schneider 

4. Keith Hudson 

5. David Short 

6. Larry Wilson 

Parallel Bars: 

1. Greg Buchanan 

2. Joe Schneider 

3. Elbert Hampton 

4. Keith Hudson 

5. Jerome Brown 

6. Doug Abell 



116.75 

110.95 

99.14 

61.25 



Lafayette 
Tates Creek 
Tates Creek 
Lafayette 
Tates Creek 
Bryan Station 
Bryan Station 



Lafayette 
Lafayette 
Tates Creek 
Bryan Station 
Bryan Station 
Tates Creek 



Lafayette 
Tates Creek 
Tates Creek 
Bryan Station 
Lafayette 
Tates Creek 





Floor Exercise: 




1, Greg Buchanan 




2, Joe Schneider 




3, Elbert Hampton 




4, Jerome Brown 




5, Joe Collins 




6 Stewart Peoples 




Pommel Horse: 


8.65 


1 Greg Buchanan 


8.45 


2 Joe Schneider 


830 


3, Elbert Hampton 


8.25 


4 Parrin Washington 


8.20 


5, Doug Abell 


8.15 


6- Jerome Brown 


8.15 


Jeff Clark 




Horizontal Bars: 


7.15 


1, Greg Buchanan 


6.25 


2, Joe Schneider 


5.90 


3, Jerome Brown 


5.85 


4. Jeff Wead 


5.35 


5, Keith Hudson 


5.15 


6 Doug Abell 




All Around: 


6.10 


1, Greg Buchanan 


5.25 


2 Joe Schneider 


5.20 


3 Jerome Brown 


5.15 


4 Elbert Hampton 


4,75 


5 Keith Hudson 


4,60 


6 Doug Abell 



Lafayette 
Tates Creek 
Tates Creek 
Lafayette 
Lafayette 
Bryan Station 



Lafayette 
Tates Creek 
Tates Creek 
Tates Creek 
Tates Creek 
Lafayette 
Bryan Station 



Lafayette 
Tates Creek 
Lafayette 
Lafayette 
Tates Creek 
Tates Creek 



Lafayette 
Tates Creek 
Lafayette 
Tates Creek 
Bryan Station 
Tates Creek 



8.85 
8.65 
8.05 
7.30 
7.05 
6.80 



8.35 
6.35 
5.80 
5.45 
5.35 
5.20 
5.20 



6,90 
5,45 
5.25 
5.20 
5.15 
4.90 



4600 
3965 
3650 
35,70 
33 20 
33,15 



GIRLS' RESULTS 



Team Scores: 




Kentucky Country Day 


161,60 


Lafayette 


158,30 


Mercy Academy 


153,70 


Tates Creek 


151,45 



Vaulting: 

1, Jennie Wilson 

2, Kim H/lagre 

3. Donna Parsons 

4. Stephanie Blackburn 

5, Shannon Conlon 

6. Judy Miller 

Uneven Bars: 

1, Kim Magre 

2, Carrie Chaney 

3, Jennie Wilson 

4, Dee Dee Seay 

5, Donna Parsons 

6, Susan Meshako 



Ky, Country Day 

Mercy 

Harlan 

Ky, Country Day 

Assumption 

Mercy 



Mercy 

Tates Creek 

Ky Country Day 

Presentation 

Harlan 

Lafayette 





Balance Beam: 




1. Carrie Chaney 




2. Shannon Conlon 




3. Ann Kern 




4. Stephanie Blackburn 




5. Lavon Long 




6. Jennie Wilson 




Floor Exercise: 


9,10 


1. Jennie Wilson 


9,05 


Carrie Chaney 


9,00 


3, Kim Magre 


8,90 


4, Stephanie Blackburn 


8,85 


5, Ellen Grant 


8.70 


6, Shannon Conlon 




All Around: 


890 


1, Jennie Wilson 


8.80 


2, Carrie Chaney 


8.75 


3, Kim Magre 


8.70 


4, Shannon Conlon 


8.60 


5. Donna Parsons 


8.45 


6- Stephanie Blackburn 



Tates Creek 

Assumption 

Mercy 

Ky. Country Day 

Lafayette 

Ky, Country Day 



Ky, Country Day 

Tates Creek 

Mercy 

Ky, Country Day 

Tates Creek 

Assumption 



Ky, Country Day 

Tates Creek 

Mercy 

Assumption 

Harlan 

Ky. Country Day 



8.85 
8.70 
865 

8,60 
8.40 
8.35 



885 
8,85 
880 
8.60 
8.50 
8.45 



3505 
34.90 
34.80 
34.40 

34.30 
34.00 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1984 



1984 GIRLS' GOLF REGIONS 



1984 BOYS' GOLF REGIONS 



Caldwell Co. Region — (Al Giordano, Caldwell Co H S , 
Box 350, Princeton, KY 42445, 502/365-3531) - Ballard 
Memorial, Caldwell Co , Calloway Co , Central City, 
Ctiristian Co , Crittenden Co , Fort Campbell, Greenville, 
Henderson Co , Hickman Co , Hopkmsville, Lone Oak, 
Lyon Co , Madisonville-N Hopkins, Mayfield, Murray 
Ohio Co , Paducah Tilgtiman, Reidland St Mary, Union 
Co , Webster Co 

Bowling Green — (Bill Jones, Glasgow H S Columbia 
Avenue, Glasgow, KY 42141, 502/561-8801) - Allen Co 
Apollo, Barren Co , Bowling Green, Caverna, Clinton Co , 
Daviess Co . Franklm-Simpson, Gamaliel, Glasgow, Hart 
Co , Owensboro, Russellville, Tompkinsville, Warren 
Central 

Louisville — (Matilda Walker, Waggener H S 330 South 
Hubbard Lane, Louisville, KY 40207 502 895-0567) - 
Atherton, Assumption, Ballard, Butler, Central, Collegiate 
Doss, DuPont Manual, Holy Rosary Iroquois, Eastern, 
Ky Country Day, Male, Mercy, Pleasure Ridge Park, 
Sacred Heart, Shawnee, Southern, St Francis, Valley 
Waggener, Western 

Ellzabelhtown — (Pat Wise, Elizabethtown H S , 620 North 
Mulberry St , Elizabethtown, KY 42701, 502 769-3381) - 
Adair Co , Bardstown, Boyle Co , BreckenndgeCo , Bullitt 
Central. Bullitt East, Campbellsville, Danville. East Hardin, 
Elizabethtown, Fort Knox. Green Co . Hancock Co 
Harrodsburg, Marion Co , Meade Co , Nelson Co , North 
Hardin, Taylor Co , Washington Co West Hardin 

Woodford County — (Lou Brown, Jessamine Co H S 
Route 4, Nicholasville, KY 40356, 606 887-2421) — Bryan 
Station, Frankfort, Franklin Co . Henry Clay, Jessamine 
Co , Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, Scott Co Shelby Co 
Tales Creek, Western Hills, Woodford Co 

Covington — (George Gartner, Scott H S Old Taylor Mill 
Road, Covington, KY 41015, 606 356-31461 - 
Beechwood, Boone Co , Carroll Co Campbell Co 
Conner, Dayton, Dixie Heights, Eminence Highlands 
Holmes, Holy Cross, Oldham Co . Owen Co , Notre Dame 
Scott, Silver Grove, Trimble Co , Villa Madonna 
Williamstown 

RIctimond — (Tish Carr Model H S Lancaster Avenue 
Richmond, KY 40475 606 622-2986) - Belfry Casey Co 
Cawood, Corbin, Cumberland. Estill Co , Garrard Co 
George Rogers Clark, Harlan, Jenkins Knox Central 
Laurel Co . Lee Co , Lincoln Co , McCreary Central 
Madison Central. Model. Monticello, Pineville Pulaski Co 
Russell Co , Somerset, Wayne Co 

Montgomery County — (Jackie Reed 135 North Maysville 
Mt Sterling, KY 40353, 606 498-3330) Boyd Co 

Fleming Co , Harrison Co , Hazard, Johnson Central 
McDowell, Mason Co , Maysville, Montgomery Co 
Nicholas Co , Powell Co , Paintsville, Paul G Blazer 
Prestonsburg, Raceland, St Patrick 

STATE MANAGER — Bill Frost, Washington Co H S 
Lincoln Park Road, Springfield, KY 40069, 606336- 3996 




Lake Berkley — (Larry Hopper. St Mary's HS, 1243 
Elmdale, Box 7806, Paducah, KY 42001, 502/442-4310, 
Buddy Perry, Trigg Co Schools, Cadiz, KY 42211. 
502/522-6071) — Ballard Memorial. Caldwell Co. 
Calloway Co , Christian Co , Crittenden Co , Fort 
Campbell, Fulton, Hickman Co , Hopkinsville. Lone Oak, 
Lyon Co , Marshall Co , Mayfield, Murray, Paducah 
Tilghman, Reidland, St Mary, Todd Central. Trigg Co . 
University Heights, Union Co 

Owensboro — (Ron Peyton, Owensboro HS, 1800 
Frederica St, Owensboro, KY 42301, 502/684-7221) — 
Apollo, Breckinridge Co , Central City, Daviess Co . 
Greenville. Hancock Co , Henderson Co , Madisonville-N 
Hopkins, Meade Co , Ohio Co , Owensboro. Owensboro 
Catholic, Providence, South Hopkins, Webster Co 

Bowling Green — (Danny Spillman, Bowling Green H S , 
1801 Rockingham Lane, Bowling Green, KY 42101 
502/842-1674) — Allen Co , Barren Co , Bowling Green, 
Bullitt Central, Bullitt East. Caverna, Clinton Co , East 
Hardin, Edmonson Co , Elizabethtown, Fort Knox 
Franklin-Simpson. Gamaliel, Glasgow, Grayson Co , Hart 
Co . North Bullitt, North Hardin. Russellville, 
Tompkinsville, Warren East, Warren Central, West Hardin 

Franktort — (Joe Rogers, Western Hills H S , 100 Doctors 
Drive, Frankfort, KY 40601 , 502/875-2900) — Bourbon Co , 
Bryan Station, Eminence, Frankfort, Franklin Co , G R 
Clark. Harrison Co , Henry Clay, Henry Co , Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Montgomery Co , Nicholas Co , 
Oldham Co , Pans, Powell Co , Sayre, Scott Co , Shelby 
Co , Tates Creek, Western Hills. Woodford Co 

Jessamine County — (Ray Hager, Jessamine Co H S , 
Route 4, Nicholasville, KY 40356, 606887-2421) — Adair 
Co , Anderson Co , Bardstown, Bethlehem, Boyle Co , 
Burgin, Campbellsville, Casey Co , Danville, Garrard Co , 
Green Co , Harrodsburg, Jessamine Co , LaRue Co , 
Lincoln Co , Marion Co , Mercer Co , Nelson Co , Russell 
Co . Taylor Co , Washington Co 

West Jatterson — (Steve Reed, Western H S,, 2501 
Rockford Lane, Louisville, KY 40216, 502/447-3221) — 
Beth Haven, Bishop David, Butler, Central, DeSales, Doss, 
Fairdale, Iroquois, Ninth & O, Pleasure Ridge Park 
Portland Christian Shawnee, Southern, Valley, Western 

East Jefferson — (Marty Donlon. St Xavier HS,, 1609 
Poplar Level Road, Louisville, KY 40217, 502/636-2525) — 
Atherton, Ballard Christian Academy, DuPont Manual, 
Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown. Ky Country Day. 
Male, Marion C Moore. St Francis. St Xavier, Seneca, 
Trinity, Waggener 

Covington — (Jack Demming. Lloyd Memorial H S , Box 
99, Bartlett Avenue, Erlanger, KY 41015,606/727-1555) — 
Beechwood, Boone Co , Carroll Co , Conner, Covington 
Catholic, Covington Latin, Dixie Heights, Gallatin Co , 
Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Ludlow, Owen Co , 
St Henry. Scott, Simon-Kenton, Trimble Co , Walton- 
Verona. 

Campt>6ll County — (Tom Hummel/Carl Wenderoth, 
3057 Magnolia Court. Edgewood, KY 41017, 606/623- 
4161) — Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Campbell Co , Dayton, 
Fleming Co , Grant Co , Highlands, Lewis Co , Ludlow, 
Mason Co . Maysville, Newport, Newport Catholic, 
Pendleton Co . St Patrick. Silver Grove, Williamstown 

London — (Ray Vater, Laurel Co H S , PO Box 175. 
London, KY 40741, 606/864-7371) — Berea, Bell Co,. 
Corbin, Cumberland. Estill Co , Harlan, Hazard, Knox 
Central. Laurel Co , Lee Co , McCreary Central, Madison 
Central, Middlesboro, Model, Monticello, Pineville, 
Pulaski Co . Somerset, Wayne Co Williamsburg 

Paintsville — (Walter Brugh, Paintsville H S , P O Box 152, 
Paintsville. KY 41240, 606/789-3881) — Belfry, Betsy 
Layne. Boyd Co , East Carter, Fairview, Greenup Co , 
Elkhorn City, Holy Family, Jenkins, Johnson Central, 
McDowell, Paintsville, Paul G Blazer, Phelps, Pikeville, 
Powell Co , Prestonsburg, Raceland, Rowan Co , Russell, 
Sheldon Clark. 

STATE MANAGER — John Hackett, 830 McCullum 
Avenue, Elizabethtown, KY 42701, 502/765-4240. 
COORDINATOR - Ernie Denham. 3717 Taylorsville 
Road, #109, Louisville, KY 40220, 502/452-1584. 



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KENTUCKY ATHLETIC 



^TRAINERS SOCIETY 



^ 



This is the first in what hopefully will be a long 
association between the Kentucky Athletic Trainers 
Society and the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association. 

This column will contain practical and timely 
information to assist you in the care of your athletes. The 
articles appearing in this column will be written by the 
Certified Athletic Trainers from across the state and edited 
for publication by Al Green, Athletic Trainer, University of 
Kentucky. 

K.A.T.S. Corner would like to take this opportunity to 
congratulate Dr. Bobby Barton, Head Athletic Trainer, at 
Eastern Kentucky University on being reelected President 
of the National Athletic Trainers Association and voted 
"Trainer of the Year" by his peers. 

Kentucky is a forerunner by being one of 10 states to 
have licensure of athletic trainers. It is therefore fitting that 
the first column inform you of the duties of the athletic 
trainer, history of K.A.T.S. and the State Statute of athletic 
training. A list of schools that have athletic training 
programs and classes is also included. 

WHY IS AN ATHLETIC TRAINER IMPORTANT? 

If the risks of athletic competition are to be justified, 
every effort must be made to protect the athlete against 
injury, and provide prompt and proper care for those 
inevitable injuries involved in athletics. Individuals 
participating on the secondary school level are more 
immature and underdeveloped than college athletes, and 
consequently it is extremely important that the mental and 
physical needs of these athletes not be neglected, as is so 
often the case. Almost all colleges and universities employ 
Certified Athletic Trainers. IVIany high schools are 
beginning to realize the need for professional supervision 
of their student athletes and are hiring certified trainers. 

The athletic trainer will provide your faculty a highly 
skilled, professionally trained individual who is a medical 
technician working in conjunction with and under the 
supervision of local physicians. This close association and 
cooperation aid administration with the ever increasing 
problem of legal liability arising from neglect. 

fvlost often the grounds for this legal action arise from 
having unqualified persons, such as coaches, or other 
untrained persons administering to the injured athlete. In 
some cases, having a certified trainer can result in a 
decreased cost on liability insurance premiums. 

The athletic trainer also presents a more human 
approach to competitive athletics. In the process of 
carrying out the paramedical duties of the profession, the 
trainer builds a closer relationship with the athlete, very 
often closer than any other member of your faculty or 
school administration. Therefore, the trainer has an 
opportunity to promote better relations within your school 
and community, as well as with the parents of your athletes 
and the patrons of your athletic program. 

Many administrators are not familiar with duties of an 
athletic trainer, thus failing to recognize the need. Most 
administrators feel that the coach can handle this phase of 
the sports program, not realizing that coaches are ill- 
prepared to handle the details involved in preventing and 
caring for athletic injuries. 

HISTORY 

In 1978, the Kentucky Legislature passed into law 
Kentucky Revised Statute 311.916. This law provides for 
athletic trainers to be certified by the state. 

In 1982, the Kentucky Athletic Trainers Society was 
formed to work with the state in the certification process. 



THE CERTIFIED ATHLETIC TRAINER 

K.R.S. 311.900 

"Athletic trainer" means a person with specific 
qualifications who upon the advice and consent of his 
team physician, carries out the practice of prevention or 
physical rehabilitation, or both, of injuries incurred by 
participating athletes at his educational institution, or 
other bona fide athletic organization. In carrying out these 
functions the athletic trainer is authorized to use whatever 
physical modalities as are deemed necessary by a team 
physician. 

WAY TO BECOME CERTIFIED 

K.R.S. 311.916 Applicant qualifications non-resident 
applicants; reciprocal licensing. 

(1) An applicant for an athletic trainer certificate must 
possess one of the following qualifications: 

(a) Have met the athletic training curriculum 
requirements of a college or university approved by the 
board and give proof of graduation; or 

(b) Hold a certificate or a degree in physical therapy and 
have completed (1) a basic athletic training course; (2) a 
first aid and a cardio-pulmonary resuscitation course; (3) a 
nutrition course; and (4) have spent a minimum of six 
hundred (600) clock hours working under the direct 
supervision of an approved athletic trainer. The board may 
waive or alter the hour requirement if the applicant can 
demonstrate equivalent experience; or 

(c) Have completed at least four years beyond the 
secondary school level while either an undergraduate or 
graduate student, as an apprentice athletic trainer at a 
college or university under the direct supervision of an 
athletic trainer approved by the board. Said four (4) years 
must be consecutive years of supervision, military duty 
excepted. An applicant for certification under this 
provision must show proof of graduation from an 
accredited college or university and successful 
completion of courses in athletic training, first aid, cardio- 
pulmonary resuscitation, nutrition, anatomy, physiology, 
and kinesiology. 

(2) An out-of-state applicant must fulfill one of the above 
stated qualifications (la, b, c). The Commonwealth of 
Kentucky may grant, without examination, a certificate to 
any qualified non-resident athletic trainer holding a 
license or certificate in another state if such other state 
recognizes certificates of the Commonwealth of Kentucky 
in the same manner. An out-of-state applicant from a state 
not having a licensure or certification act will be eligible to 
take the Kentucky Certification examination if certified by 
the National Athletic Trainers' Association and approved 
by the board. 

ACTING AS ATHLETIC TRAINER WITHOUT 
CERTIFICATION PROHIBITED 

K.R.S. 311.914 

No person shall hold himself out as an athletic trainer or 
perform, for compensation, any of the activities of an 
athletic trainer as defined in K.R.S. 311.900 without first 
obtaining a certificate under K.R.S. 311.902 to 311.928; 
provided, however, that nothing in K.R.S. 311.902 to 
311.928 shall be construed to prevent any person from 
serving as a student-trainer, assistant trainer, teacher- 
trainer, or any similar position if such service is not 
primarily for compensation and is carried out under the 
supervision of a physician. 

Athletic Training classes and/or programs are available at the 
schools listed below. Contact them for further information. 

Eastern Kentucky University, 606/822-2134 
Morehead State University. 606/783-2392 
Murray State University, 502/762-6858 
University of Kentucify, 606/257-6521 
Western Kentucky University, 502/745-3348 



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1984 TENNIS INFORMATION 



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BOYS REGIONAL SITES AND MANAGERS 

Murray Region — (Mgr. Becky Watson, Hopkinsville) — 
Ballard Memorial, Caldwell Co., Calloway Co., Christian 
Co.. Fort Campbell, Heath, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak. Lyon 
Co., Marshall Co., Mayfield, Murray, Paducah Tilghman, 
Providence, Reidland. St. Mary, University Heights, West 
Hopkins 

Bowling Green Region — (Mgr. Joe Tinius, Bowling 
Green) — Allen Co., Barren Co., Bowling Green, Caverna. 
Cumberland Co., Franklin-Simpson, Gamaliel, Glasgow, 
Hart Co., Logan Co., Metcalfe Co., Muhlenberg Central, 
Russellville, St. Romuald. Tompkinsville. Warren Central. 
Warren East 

Henderson Co. Region — (Mgr. Howard Crittenden, 
Henderson) — Apollo, Breman. Butler Co.. Central City, 
Daviess Co., Greenville, Hancock Co.. Henderson Co.. 
McLean Co.. Madisonville-North Hopkins. Ohio Co., 
Owensboro. Owensboro Catholic. South Hopkins, Trinity 
(Whitesville), Union Co., Webster Co. 

Elizabethtown Region — (Mgr David Rogers, 
Elizabethtown) — Adair Co., Bardstown, Bethlehem. 
Breckinridge Co., Bullitt Central, Campbellsville, East 
Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Grayson Co., Green 
Co.. LaRue Co.. Marion Co., Meade Co., Nelson Co., North 
Bullitt, North Hardin, Spencer Co., Taylor Co., 
Washington Co 

East Jefferson Region— (Mgr. Allen Sleadd, Louisville) — 
Atherton. Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown. 
Kentucky Country Day. Seneca. Trmity. Waggener. 
Waldern 

Central Jefferson Region — (Mgr Joseph Kroh. 
Louisville) — Central. Christian Academy. DeSales. 
duPont Manual. Evangel. Male. Moore, Ninth & O. Portland 
Christian. St, Francis. St. Xavier. Shawnee 

West Jefferson Region — (Mgr. Teri Polifka. Louisville) — 
Bishop David. Butler. Doss. Fairdale. Iroquois. Pleasure 
Ridge Park. Southern. Valley. Western 

Lexington Region — (Mgr, Mike Lamb. Lexington) — 
Anderson Co., Bryan Station, Frankfort. Franklin Co.. 
Henry Clay. Lafayette. Lexington Catholic, Sayre, Shelby 
Co., Tates Creek. Western Hills. Woodford Co. 

Ricfimond Region — (Mgr. Jerry Johns. Somerset) — 
Barbourville, Berea, Boyle Co., Corbin, Cumberland, 
Danville, Estill Co., Garrard Co., George Rogers Clark, 
Harlan, Harrodsburg, Knox Co., Laurel Co., Leslie Co.. 
Lincoln Co.. Madison Central. Mercer Co.. Middlesboro. 
Model. Oneida. Pineville. Pulaski Co., St. Camillus, 
Somerset 

Ashland Region — (Mgr. Mary Robinson, Russell) — Bath 
Co.. Belfry. Betsy Layne, Boyd Co.. Buckhorn. Elkhorn 
City. Greenup Co.. Hazard. Holy Family. Knott Co.. 
Lawrence Co.. McDowell. Magoffin Co., Montgomery Co., 
Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Phelps. Prestonsburg, Rowan Co., 
Russell, Sheldon Clark, Wolfe Co. 

Fort Thomas Region — (Mgr. Ray Molhem, Covington) — 
Augusta, Beechwood. Bellevue. Boone Co.. Campbell Co.. 
Carroll Co., Conner, Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, 
Dayton, Dixie Heights, Gallatin Co., Henry Co.. Highlands, 
Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial. Newport, Newport 
Central Catholic, Oldham Co.. St Henry. Scott. Simon 
Kenton 

Paris Region — (Mgr. Wilson Sears, Paris) — Bourbon Co., 
Bracken Co., Deming, Fleming Co., Harrison Co., Lewis 
Co., Mason Co., Maysville, M.M.I., Nicholas Co.. Paris, St. 
Patrick, Scott Co. 
STATE MANAGER; Joe Kroh, St. Xavier H.S. 



GIRLS REGIONAL SITES AND MANAGERS 

Murray Region — (Mgr. Becky Watson, Hopkinsville) — 
Ballard Memorial, Caldwell Co., Calloway Co., Christian 
Co., Fort Campbell, Hopkinsville. Lone Oak, Lyon Co., 
Marshall Co., Mayfield. Murray. Paducah Tilghman. 
Providence. Reidland. St. Mary. University Heights. West 
Hopkins 

Bowling Green Region — (N^gr. Joe Tinius. Bowling 
Green) — Allen Co.. Barren Co.. Bowling Green. Caverna. 
Cumberland Co., Franklin-Simpson, Gamaliel, Glasgow, 
Hart Co.. Logan Co.. Metcalfe Co.. Muhlenberg Central. 
Russellville. St. Romuald, Tompkinsville, Warren Central, 
Warren East 

Henderson Co. Region — (Mgr. Howard Crittenden, 
Henderson) — Apollo, Bremen. Butler Co.. Central City. 
Daviess Co.. Greenville, Hancock Co.. Henderson Co.. 
McLean Co.. Madisonville-North Hopkins. Ohio Co., 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, South Hopkins, Trinity 
(Whitesville), Union Co., Webster Co. 

Elizabethtown Region — (Mgr. David Rogers, 
Elizabethtown) — Adair Co., Bardstown. Bethlehem. 
Breckinridge Co.. Bullitt Central. Campbellsville. East 
Hardin. Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Grayson Co., Green 
Co.. LaRue Co.. Marion Co.. Meade Co., Nelson Co., North 
Bullitt, North Hardin, Spencer Co., Taylor Co., 
Washington Co. 

East Jefferson Region — (Mgr. Bob Roos. Louisville) — 
Assumption. Atherton, Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country Day, Sacred Heart. 
Seneca, Waggener, Walden 

Central Jefferson Region — (Mgr. Charlie Just, Louisville) 
— Central, Evangel, Louisville Collegiate, Male, Mercy 
Academy, Ninth & O, Portland Christian, Presentation. St. 
Francis. Shawnee 

West Jefferson Region — (Mgr. Teri Polifka. Louisville) — 
Angela Merici, Butler, Doss. Fairdale. Holy Rosary, 
Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Valley, Western 

Fort Thomas Region — (Mgr. Ray Molhem, Covington) — 
Augusta. Beechwood. Bellevue, Boone Co., Campbell Co., 
Carroll Co., Conner. Dayton, Dixie Heights, Gallatin Co., 
Highlands. Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, 
Newport Central Catholic. Notre Dame. Oldham Co.. St. 
Henry, Scott, Simon Kenton, Villa Madonna 

Lexington Region — (Mgr. Mike Lamb, Lexington) — 
Anderson Co.. Bryan Station, Frankfort, Franklin Co., 
Henry Clay, Jessamine Co., Lafayette, Lexington Catholic. 
Sayre. Shelby Co., Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford 
Co. 

Richmond Region — (Mgr. Jerry Johns, Somerset) — 
Barbourville, Berea. Boyle Co.. Corbin. Cumberland, 
Danville, Estill Co., Garrard Co., George Rogers Clark, 
Harlan, Harrodsburg. Knox Central. Laurel Co., Leslie Co.. 
Lincoln Co., Madison Central, Mercer Co., Middlesboro, 
Model, Oneida, Pineville, Pulaski Co., St. Camillus, 
Somerset 

Ashland Region — (Mgr. Mary Robinson, Russell) — 
Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd Co., Buckhorn, Elkhorn City, 
Hazard. Knott Co.. Lawrence Co., McDowell, Magoffin 
Co., Montgomery Co.. Paintsville. Paul Blazer. Phelps, 
Prestonsburg, Rowan Co., Russell, Sheldon Clark 

Paris Region — (Mgr. Wilson Sears, Paris) — Bourbon Co.. 
Bracken Co.. Deming, Fleming Co., Harrison Co., Lewis 
Co.. Mason Co., Maysville, Nicholas Co., Paris, St. Patrick. 
Scott Co. 
STATE MANAGER: Becky Watson/Liz Sadler 



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ATTENTION 
Track Coaches 



The State High School Track Meet all classes will 
be held on Saturday, May 26, 1984, at the University 
of Kentucky Sports Center in Lexington. The State 
Manager is John Gettler. 

The regional, sectional, and state meets will be 
scored this year with individual awards being given 
for the first six places and team trophies awarded 
the winning and runner-up teams. 



1984 Track & Field 
Regional Managers 

(Boys and Girls) 

CLASS A 

1. Paducah Tilghman — Lyman Brown, Paducah 
Tilghman H.S., 2400 Washington St., Paducah 
42001, 502/444-5650. 

2. Glasgow — Richard Howell, Glasgow H.S.. 
Columbia Avenue, Glasgow 421 01, 502/651 -8801. 

3. Conner — Vicki Hulette, Box 36, Limaburg Road, 
Hebron 41018, 606/689-7884. 

4. Lexington — Randy Christ, Anderson Co. H.S., 
Broadway, Lawrenceburg 40342, 502/839-5118. 

5. Bardstown — J.W. Mattingly, Bardstown H.S., 400 
N. 5th Street, Bardstown 40004, 502/348-5913. 

6. Berea College — Bill Patton, Berea Community 
H.S., Ellipse Street, Berea 40403, 606/986-4911. 

7. Jenkins — Charles Dixon, Jenkins H.S., U.S. 
Highway 23, Box 552, Jenkins 41537, 606/832- 
2184. 

8. Boyd County— Paul Rice, Boyd Co. H.S., Route 
2, Box 374, Ashland 41101, 606/928-6473. 



CLASS AA 



1 



Paducah 
Paducah 



H.S., 



Paducah Tilghman — Lyman Brown 
Tilghman H.S., 2400 Washington St. 
42001, 502/444-5650. 

2. Barren County — Terry Reed, Barren Co 
Route 6, Glasgow 42141, 502/651-6315. 

3. Conner — Vicki Hulette, Box 36, Limaburg Road, 
Hebron 41018, 606/689-7884. 

4. Berea College — Bill Patton, Berea Community 
H.S., Ellipse Street, Berea 40403, 606/986-4911. 

5. North Bullitt — Bob Wagoner, Route 4, 
Shepherdsville 40165, 502/957-2186. 

6. Lexington — Jean Wright, Franklin Co. H.S. 11 00 
East Main, Frankfort 40601, 502/695-2500. 

7. Lawrence County — Debbie Woods, Highway 
644, Louisa 41230, 606/638-9676. 

8. Clay County — Terry Wilson, Clay Co 
Richmond Road, Manchester 40962, 
3737. 



M.S., 239 
606/598- 



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CLASS AAA 
. Daviess County — Mickey Walker, Daviess Co. 

H.S., 4255 New Hartford Road, Owensboro 42301 , 

502/684-5285. 
. Shelby County — Larry Wingfield, Box 69, U.S. 60 

East, Shelbyville 40065, 502/633-2344. 



3. SL Xavier — Paul Gehring, duPont Manual H.S., 
120 West Lee Street, Louisville 40208, 502/454- 
8421. 

4. Iroquois — Mike McDaniel, Iroquois H.S., 4615 
Taylor Road, Louisville 40215, 502/454-8269. 

5. Ballard — Sue Fetter/Jim Reuther, Ballard H.S., 
6000 Brownsboro Road, Louisville 40222, 
502/454-8206. 

6. Moore — Jim Watkins, Southern H.S., 8620 
Preston Way, Louisville 40219, 502/454-8439. 

7. Lexington — Reba Woodall, Bryan Station H.S., 
1866 Edgeworth, Lexington 40505, 606/299-9212. 

8. Boyd County — Paul Rice, Boyd Co. H.S., Route 
2, Box 374, Ashland 41101, 606/928-6473. 

1984 Track & Field 

Sectional Managers 

(Boys and Girls) 

CLASS A 

Section 1, Paducah Tilghman & Glasgow, Fort Campbell, 
Marshall Patterson. 

Section II, Conner & Lexington, Lexington, Randy Christ 
Section III. Bardstown & Berea, Berea, Bill Patton 
Section IV, Jenkins & Boyd Co., Clay Co., Terry Wilson 

CLASS AA 

Section I, Paducah Tilghman & Barren Co., Daviess Co., 

Micky Walker 

Section II. Conner & Lexington, Lexington, Jean Wright 

Section III, N Bullitt & Berea, Berea College, Bill Patton 

Section iV, Lawrence Co, & Clay Co., Clay Co., Terry 

Wilson 



CLASS AAA 

Section I, Daviess Co, & Shelby Co., Daviess Co., Mickey 

Walker 

Section II, St, Xavier & Iroquois, Iroquois, Brother Borgia 

Section III, Ballard & Moore, Ballard, Jim Reuther/Sue 

Fetter 

Section IV, Lexington & Boyd Co,, Lexington, Reba 

Woodall 



Track Class A Girls 

Paducah Tilghman — Ballard Memorial, Carlisle Co,, 
Crittenden Co,, Fort Campbell, Fulton, Heath, Hickman 
Co,, Livingston Central, Lyon Co,. Murray, Providence, St, 
Mary, South Hopkins, Trigg Co,, University Heights, West 
Hopkins 

Glasgow Region — Butler Co,. Caverna, Central City, 
Cumberland Co,, Edmonson Co,, Frederick Fraize, 
Gamaliel, Glasgow. Hancock Co., Hart Co., McLean Co., 
Potter Christian, Russellville, St. Romuald, Todd Co., 
Tompkinsville, Trinity (Whitesville) 

Conner Region — Augusta, Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, 
Carroll Co., Dayton, Gallatin Co., Grant Co., Henry Co.. 
Holy Cross, Ludlow, Owen Co., Silver Grove, St. Henry, 
Villa Madonna. Walton-Verona 

Lexington Region — Anderson Co., Burgin, Frankfort, 
Harrodsburg, Lexington Catholic, Mercer Co., Model, 
Paris, Sayre 

Bardstown Region — Bardstown, Beth Haven, Bethlehem. 
Bullitt East, Campbellsville, Christian Academy, Clinton 
Co., Evangel, Fort Knox, Green Co.. Kentucky Country 
Day, Ky. School f/t Blind, LaRue Co., Metcalfe Co., Ninth & 
O, Portland Christian. West Hardin 



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Berea Region — Berea, Corbin, Jackson Co., Ky. School 
f/t Deaf, Madison, Monticello, Pineville, St. Camillus. 
Somerset, Williamsburg 

Jenkins Region — Buckhorn, Evarts, Feds Creek, Fleming- 
Neon, Harlan, Hazard, Jenkins, Lee Co., Letcher, Millard, 
Mullins, M.C. Napier, Oneida, Paintsville, Phelps, Pikeville, 
Riverside Christian, Virgie, Wheelwright, Wolfe Co. 

Boyd County Region — Bath Co., Elliott Co., Fairview, 
Holy Family, Johns Creek. Lewis Co., Menifee Co, 
Morgan Co., Nicholas Co., Raceland 

Track Class A Boys 

Paducah Tilghman Region — Ballard Memorial, Carlisle 
Co., Crittenden Co., Fort Campbell, Fulton, Heath, 
Hickman Co., Livingston Central, Lyon Co., Murray, 
Providence, South Hopkins, St. Mary, Trigg Co., 
University Heights, West Hopkins 

Glasgow Region — Butler Co., Caverna, Central City, 
Cumberland Co., Drakesboro, Edmonson Co., Gamaliel, 
Glasgow, Hancock Co., Hart Co., McLean Co., 
Russellville, St. Romuald, Todd Co., Tompkinsville, Trinity 
(Whitesville) 

Conner Region — Augusta, Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, 
Carroll Co., Covington Latin, Dayton, Gallatin Co., Grant 
Co., Holy Cross, Henry Co., Ludlow, Owen Co., St. Henry, 
Walton-Verona, Silver Grove 

Lexington Region — Anderson Co., Burgin, Frankfort, 
Harrodsburg, Jackson Co., Lexington Catholic, Mercer 
Co., M.M.I., Model, Paris, Sayre 

Bardstown Region — Bardstown, Beth Haven, Bethlehem, 
Bullitt East, Campbellsville, Christian Academy, Clinton 
Co., Evangel, Fort Knox, Green Co., Kentucky Country 
Day, Ky. School f/t Blind, LaRue Co., Metcalfe Co., Ninths. 
O, Portland Christian, West Hardin 

Berea Region — Berea, Corbin, Garrard Co., Ky. School f/t 
Deaf, Madison, Monticello, Pineville, St. Camillus, 
Somerset, Williamsburg 

Jenltins Region — Betsy Layne, Buckhorn, Elkhorn City, 
Evarts, Feds Creek, Fleming-Neon, Harlan, Hazard, 
Jenkins, Lee Co., Lynch, Millard, Mullins, M.C. Napier, 
Oneida, Paintsville, Phelps, Pikeville, Riverside Christian, 
Virgie, Wheelwright, Wolfe Co. 

Boyd County Region — Bath Co., Elliott Co., Fairview, 
Holy Family, Johns Creek, Lewis Co., Magoffin Co., 
Menifee Co., Morgan Co., Nicholas Co., Raceland 

Track Class AA Girls 

Paducah Tilgtiman Region — Calloway Co., Lone Oak, 
Mayfield, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, Union Co., 
Webster Co. 

Barren County Region — Allen Co., Barren Co., Bowling 
Green, Franklin-Simpson, Logan Co., Ohio Co., 
Owensboro Catholic, Warren East 

Conner Region — Conner, Dixie Heights, Highlands, 
Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Scott, Simon-Kenton 

Lexington Region — Bourbon Co., Estill Co., Franklin Co., 
Harrison Co., Jessamine Co., Montgomery Co., Scott Co., 
Western Hills, Woodford Co. 

North Bullitt Region — Breckinridge Co., East Hardin, 
Elizabethtown, Grayson Co., Meade Co., North Bullitt, 
Taylor Co., Washington Co. 

Berea Region — Adair Co., Boyle Co., Danville, Lincoln 
Co., McCreary Co., Russell Co. 

Lawrence County Region — East Carter, Fleming Co., 
Johnson Central, Lawrence Co., Mason Co., Rowan Co., 
Russell, Sheldon Clark, West Carter 



Clay County Region — Belfry, Bell Co., Breathitt Co., 
Cawood, Clay Co., Knott Co. Central, Knox Central, Leslie 
Co., Middlesboro, Prestonsburg, Whitesburg, Whitley Co. 

Track Class AA Boys 

Paducah Tilghman Region — Calloway Co., Lone Oak, 
Mayfield, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, Union Co., 
Webster Co. 

Barren County Region — Allen Co., Barren Co., Bowling 
Green, Franklin-Simpson, Logan Co., Ohio Co., 
Owensboro Catholic, Warren East 

Conner Region — Conner, Covington Catholic, Dixie 
Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Newport 
Central Catholic, Scott, Simon Kenton 

Lexington Region — Bourbon Co., Estill Co., Franklin Co., 
Harrison Co., Jessamine Co., Montgomery Co., Scott Co., 
Western Hills, Woodford Co. 

North Bullitt Region — Breckinridge Co., East Hardin, 
Elizabethtown, Grayson Co., Meade Co., North Bullitt, 
Taylor Co., Washington Co. 

Berea Region — Adair Co., Boyle Co., Danville, Lincoln 
Co., McCreary Co., Russell Co. 

Lawrence County Region — East Carter, Fleming Co., 
Johnson Central, Lawrence Co., Mason Co., Rowan Co., 
Russell, Sheldon Clark, West Carter 

Clay County Region — Belfry, Bell Co., Breathitt Co., 
Cawood, Clay Co., Knott Co. Central, Knox Central, Leslie 
Co., Middlesboro, Prestonsburg, Whitesburg, Whitley Co. 

Track Class AAA Girls 

Daviess County Region — Apollo, Daviess Co., Christian 
Co., Henderson co., Hopkinsville, Madisonville-North 
Hopkins, Marshall Co., Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic 

Shelby County Region — Bullitt Central, Marion Co., 
Nelson Co., North Hardin, Oldham Co., Shelby Co., 
Warren Central 

St. Xavier Region — Assumption, Atherton, Butler, 
Central, Christian Academy, duPont Manual, Male, 
Shawnee 

Iroquois Region — Angela Merici, Doss, Iroquois, Mercy, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Valley, Western 

Ballard Region — Ballard, Eastern, Jeffersontown, 
Presentation Academy, Sacred Heart Academy, Seneca, 
Waggener 

Moore Region 

Southern 



Fairdale, Fern Creek, Holy Rosary, 



Lexington Region — Boone Co., Bryan Station, Campbell 
Co., Henry Clay, Holmes, Laurel Co., Notre Dame, Pulaski 
Co. 

Boyd County Region — Paul Blazer, Boyd Co., George 
Rogers Clark, Greenup Co., Lafayette, Madison Central, 
Tales Creek 

Track Class AAA Boys 

Daviess County Region — Apollo, Christian Co., Daviess 
Co., Henderson Co., Hopkinsville, Madisonville-North 
Hopkins, Marshall Co., Owensboro 

Shelby County Region — Bullitt Central, Marion Co., 
Nelson Co., North Hardin, Oldham Co., Shelby Co., 
Warren Central 

St. Xavier Region — Atherton, Butler, Central, Christian 
Academy, duPont Manual, Male, St. Xavier, Shawnee 

Iroquois Region— Bishop David, Doss, Iroquois, Pleasure 
Ridge Park, Valley, Western 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1984 



PAGE ELEVEN 



Ballard Region — Ballard, Eastern, Jeffersontown, 
Seneca, Trinity, Waggener 

Moore Region — DeSales, Fairdale, Fern Creek, Southern 

Lexington Region — Boone Co , Bryan Station, Campbell 
Co., Henry Clay, Holmes, Laurel Co., Pulaski Co. 

Boyd County Region — Paul Blazer, Boyd Co., George 
Rogers Clark, Greenup Co., Lafayette, Madison Central, 
Tates Creek 



BASEBALL 
CLINICS 



The dates for the K.H.S.A.A. Baseball Rules Clinics for 
coaches and officials are as follows: 




March 26 
March 27 
March 28 
March 29 
April 9 
April 10 
April 11 
April 12 
April 13 



Laurel County H.S 7:30 p.m. 

Hazard H.S. 7:30 p.m. 

Johnson Central H.S. 7:30 p.m. 

Paul Blazer H.S. 7:30 p.m. 

Paducah Tilghman H.S. 7:30 p.m. 

Hopkinsville H.S. 7:30 p.m. 

Owensboro H.S. 7:30 p.m. 

Bowling Green H.S. 7:30 p.m. 

Ehzabethtown H.S. 7:30 p.m. 



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♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ NOTICE ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 

Changes in Baseball Regions 

and Districts 

Eminence H.S. to Region 11, District 37 
Owen Co. H.S. to Region 10, District 34 



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SPORTSMANSHIP ♦ COMPETING FOR FUN 
TRYING YOUR BEST ♦ TEAMWORK 




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attendance district where he/she wishes to 
participate, or through assignment by the Board of 
Education. A student who becomes emancipated 
shall be deemed not to have a bona fide change of 
residence absent proof that the change of 
residence was compelled by circumstances beyond 
his/her control. 

2. Same as now. 

3. Same as now. 

4. Same as now. 

Note: The Commissioner may not waive the period of 
ineligibility for a student even though there has been a 
bona fide change of residence, (1) if there is evidence of 
recruitment by anyone either connected or not connected 
with a member school, (2) if there is evidence that the 
transfer is for athletic advantage. A transfer for athletic 
advantage is defined as, but not limited to: 
(a) seeking a superior athletic team; (b) seeking relief due 
to a conflict with the philosophy or action of an 
administrator, teacher or coach relating to sports; (c) 
seeking a team consistent with a student's athletic 
abilities; or (d) seeking a means to nullify punitive action 
by the previous school. 

Administrative Responsibility - The Association must 
rely upon the voluntary compliance by its member schools 
in enforcing the eligibility standards as set forth in this 
rule. Therefore, the Principal in each member school has 
the affirmative obligation to report to the K.H.S.A.A. any 
violations of these standards. The fact that a school has 
disclosed that there has been an eligibility violation will not 
relieve the affected school of sanctions that may be 
imposed against it. However, the failure to disclose an 
eligibility violation may be grounds for imposing 
additional sanctions upon the offending school. 

PROPOSAL IX 

Any student who participates in any athletic contest 
other than as a representative of his/her school during the 
season of the sport involved, without the expressed written 
permission of the Principal, becomes ineligible to 
represent a member school in that sport for the remainder 
of that season. 








Ratings 

on 

Football Officials 



The following ratings 
were received on football 
officials registered with 
the K.H.S.A.A. during 
1983-84. 



MID-KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Morse, R. - 98; Harris, D. - 98; McClure, T. - 98; Moore, P. - 
98; Lynch, L. - 97; Branch, C. - 96; Downs, J. - 96; Winfrey, 
S. - 96; Hawkins, D. - 96; Ewing, R. - 96; Roberts, J. - 96; 
Crutcher, J. - 96; Butler, R. - 96; Crutcher, J. - 96; 
Matheney, J. - 96; Tinsley, J. - 96; Dupin, J. -95; Barney, G. 
- 95; Inman, G. - 95; Corbett, B. -95; Roby, J. -95; Aldridge, 
J. - 95; Medley, F. - 95; Morse, C. - 95; Crutcher, P. - 95; 
Strain, R. - 95; Austin, D. -95; Sims, R. -95; Fraley, C. -95; 
Holland, J. - 95; Bryan, F. - 95; Henry, W. - 94; Evans, T. - 94; 
Garrett, B.- 94; Smith, J. - 94; Purwin, J. - 94; Schultz, F. - 
94; Wade, C. - 94; Sweckard, P. - 94; Riley, J - 94; 
Crittenden, F. - 93; Hatfield, J. - 93; Puckett, R. - 93; 
Ralston, D. - 93; Williams, J. - 93; Strain, A. - 93; Janes, B. - 
93; Hunter,. J. - 93; Taylor, J. - 93; Cross, H. -92; Deuer, M. - 
92; McFalls, G. - 91; Claywell, S. - 91; Barnes, D. - 91; 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1984 



Welton, D. - 90; Quevede, A. - 90; Flickenger, R. - 89; 
Decker, B. - 89; Melton, S. - 89; Gann, R. - 89; Skaggs, N. - 
89; Hawkins, S. - 89; Tinsley, S. - 89; Robinson, J. - 88; 
Stikeleather, C. - 88; Reams, F. - 87; Molohen, C. - 87; 
Vansel, F. - 86; Adams, J. - 86; Henry, T. - 86; Holland, R. - 
80; lannazzi, D. - 80; Trabue, B. - 79; Emerine, S. - 75; 
Percell. D. - 75; I nnman, K. - 74; Gaither, M. - 70; Watts, C. - 
70; Reinhart, B. - 65. 

NORTHERN KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Seavers, J. - 92; Moore, B. - 91 ; Sesher, J. - 91 ; Morris, D. - 
89; Delaney, B. - 88; Fuchs, C. - 87; Blackford, B. - 86; 
Collins, R.- 86; Moore, B. - 86; Ponchot, J. -86;Swope, J.- 
86; Dorman, T. - 84; Egan, S. - 84; Klopp, B. - 84; Lynn, D. - 
84, Starnes, D. -84; Vaughn, B. -84, Wilson, L- 84; Wright, 
H.-84; Bradford, B.-83; Conlin, M.-83; Donoghue,T.-83; 
Hoffman. T. -83; Johnson, J. -83; Lowe, B. -83; Oetjen, G. - 
83; Peeno, H. - 83; Read, R. - 83; Towe, P. - 83; Thompson, 
T. - 83; Wells, G. - 83; Young, B. -83; Bond, T. -82; Frank, J. 

- 82; Gumble, A. - 82; Keller, T. - 82; Liggett. E. -82; Staton, 
F. - 82; Stutler, J. - 82; Thoss. T. - 82; Bosse, R. -81 ; Harvie, 
J. - 81; Miller, T. - 81; Purcell. M. - 80; Simms, C. - 80; 
Westhoff, G. - 80; Kanarek, B. - 79; Carr, L. - 78; Elkin, L. - 
77; Uriage, D. -77; Barth. D. -75; Kemen. J.-74;Trapp, C- 
71 ; Thompson, N. - 68; Kordenbrock, J. - 65; Zimmer, T. - 
63; Lykins, J. - 54. 

NORTHEASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY 

Rapp, B. - 96; Heaberlin, Sr., B. - 96; Davis, R. - 95; Shire, 
J.-94; Johnson,B.-94;Heaberlin, B.-93;Heaberlin. Jr..B. 

- 93; Johnson. L. -93; Swarts, J. -93; Riffe, G. -92; Evans. R. 

- 92; McConnell. J. - 92; Simpson, J. - 92; Kouns, B. - 91 ; 
Craft, B. - 90; Arthur. P. -90; Stansbury, C. -90; Johnson, L. 
-90; Johnson, K. -90; Firestine, V. -90; Pinkerman. C. -89; 
Dickerson. S- 89: Raff. T.- 89; Swarts. M.- 89; Thomas. P. - 
89; Bottoms, B. - 89; Burchett. J. - 89; Menshouse. L. - 88; 
Ckark, K. - 88; Russell. A. - 88; Pinson. P. -88; Short. B. -88; 
Conley. M. - 87; Conley. J.B. - 87; Lynch, D. - 87; Pratt. M. - 
87; Charles. J. - 87; Willis. D. - 87; Logan, M. - 86; Taylor, J. - 
86; Leskovac, G. - 86; Nieman. L. - 86; Morgan, G. - 85; 
Johnson. E. -85; Leslie. B. -85; Leigtt, B. -85; Sykes. J. -85; 
Sheilds, A. - 85; Hughes, C. - 85; McGarey, P. - 84; 
Robinson. C. - 84; Morgan. G. -84; Aitken. K. -83; Artis. H. - 
82; Hornbuckle. B. - 82; Biggs, R. - 81; Petty, M. - 81; 
Mitchell, G. - 80; Godbey. T. - 80; McNeil, D. - 80; Stewart, 
S. - 80. 

KENTUCKIANA CONFERENCE 

Cline. N. - 96; Shreve. T. - 96; DeSensi. C. - 95; Gutterman. 
J. - 94; Denton. B. - 93; Doyle. D. - 93; Graas. O. - 93; 
Backert. T. - 92; Metzger. D. - 92; McGrath. J. - 92; Wilson, 
J. - 92; Bell, C. - 91; Sammons, J. - 91; Stovell. K. - 91; 
Weber, T. - 91 ; Brown, M. - 90; Downs. G. - 90; Fryrear. B. - 
90; Furlong. B. - 90; Russ, C. - 90; Klusman, G. - 89: 
Passafume, J. - 89; VanBogaert, S. - 89; Breeton. A. - 88: 
Davidson, B. - 88; Hagon, M. - 88; Nelligon. M. - 88; Spath 
B. - 88; Stuetle. R. - 88; Mercker, G. - 87; Osting, J. - 87 
Sohan. J. -87; Lillie, W. -86; Moyer. E. - 86; Potts. R.-86 
Tharpe, W. - 86; Timmering, G. - 86; Greenwell, B. - 85 
lshmael,S. -85;McGrath,B.-85;Turley,H.-85;Wuertz,J 
- 85; Hackett, W. - 84; McGinty, D. - 84; Baldwin. D. - 83 
Schulten. J. - 83; Atwell. H. -82; Huhn. T. -81 ; Joest, S. -80 
Leahy, P. - 80; Meyer, M. - 80; Friedman, C. - 79; McGinty 
S. - 78; Morris, L. - 78; Showalter, C. - 78; Finck, D. - 77 
Hancock, N.- 77; Hickey,T.- 77; Martin. T- 77; Gentry, D.- 
75; Coleman, L. - 74; McConachie, B. - 74; McCorkle, B. - 
74; Skaggs, R. - 74; Dewees. B. - 73; DeWitt, L. - 73; Francis, 
J. - 69; Turner, R. - 69; Owens, L. -68; France, M. -66; King, 
R. - 65; Small, D. - 63; Hiipp, A. -62; McNay, J. -60; Bell, R. - 
59; Fenimore, C. - 58; Green, J. - 48. 

THIRTEENTH REGION CONFERENCE 

Elmer, P. - 98; Black, B. - 97; Page, J. - 96; Tye, J. - 96; 
Noonan, R. - 96; Kirk, C. - 96; Howard, J. - 95; Saylor, G. - 



95; Kersey, A. - 95; Hanson, P. - 95; Onkst, A. - 94; Burgin, 
C. - 94; Pace, K. - 93; Anders, R. - 93; Morgan, R. - 91; 
Morgan, K. - 91; Houchins, T. - 91; Brown, W. - 91; 
Pietrowki, P. - 91 ; Cook, C. - 90; Ensslin, C. -90; Carpenter, 
B. - 90; Reynolds, E. -89; Head, L. -89; Idol, Sr., B. -89; Ball, 
Coopinger, A. - 87; Barrett, R. - 87; Ashurst, M. - 86; 
Washington, D. -86; Harris, G.-85; Kirk, J. -85; Burkhart, B 

- 84; Bunch, L. - 84; Croley, J. -83; Shaw, K. -83; Russell, P. 

- 82; Elliott, J. - 82; Lee, C. - 82. 

BIG 8 CONFERENCE 

Long. J. -97; Russell. G. - 96; Luckett. P. -95; Nash. R. -95; 
Allen, J. -94; Blemker, R. -94; Hill. J. -94; Kirkland, D.-94; 
Meiman. J.-94; Sheilds, D.-94; Bullock. J.- 93; Estes.W.- 
93; Jackson, E. - 93; Murdock, L. - 93; Malock, M. - 93; 
Clayton, N. - 92; Fraizer. T. - 92; Gold. S. - 92; Mullins. J. - 
92; Thomson, C. - 92; Gates. R, - 91; Clements. W. - 91; 
Hendon. J. - 91 ; Jones, S. - 91 ; Cosby, B. - 90; Wetzel, R. - 
90; Bothwell. M. - 89; Field, P. - 89; Gardner. 8. - 89; 
McDaniel. J. - 89; Stewart. K. -89; Sutton, J. -89; Greenfall. 
M. - 88; Luckett. T. - 88; Smith. E. - 88; Clark. S. - 85; 
Puckett. P. - 84: Wells, R. - 81. 

WESTERN KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

McGinty. L.V, - 99; Day. R. - 97; Colley. L. - 96; Lile, C. - 96 
Perrin, J. - 96: Wilder, J. - 96; Davis. J. -95; Durden. J.-95 
Henderson. C. - 95; McDonald. T. - 95; Norwood, T. - 95: 
Pate, L. - 95; Waide. H. - 95: Ward. T. - 95; Carr, B. - 94: 
Coltharp. P. - 94; Simpson, D. - 94; Versailles. A. - 94: 
Zirkle. R. - 94; Almond, D. - 93; Chaffin, J. - 93: Gober. J. - 
93: Goble, K. - 93; Goble, Jr.. K. - 93; Kinslow. B. - 93; 
Ledford, T. - 93; Meyers. J. -93: Osting, D. -93: DeRosa, J. - 
92; Green. D. - 91 ; Purcell. K. -91 ; Robey. M. -90; Hillard. G. 
-89: Amos. C. - 88; Naberezny. P.-88; Hixon. C.-87; Riley, 
M. - 87; Finley. H. - 86; MeLoan, R. - 86: Wood, G. - 84; 
Naberezny. M. - 84; Lohaus. W. - 82; Boyarski. G. - 81; 
Fields. R. - 81 ; Cothern, R. - 80; Cash. M. - 79; Grittith, K. - 
79: Johnson, H. - 74; Leonard. J. - 70; Stinnett. D.R. - ^: 
Nelson. B. -''; Carlson. D. - ''; Hillyer. C. -?: Thomas. L.-?: 
Wood. S. - ■'; Charles, C. - ''. 

FIFTEENTH REGION CONFERENCE 

Ferrell, R. -98; Rosen, W. - 98; Owens, P.-96; Filiehman, J 

- 94; Issac, G. - 94; Looney. J. - 94; Rouse, Jr., D. - 94 
Cantrell, W. - 91; Saunders, C. - 90; Joseph, R. - 85: 
Shepherd, J. - 85. 

CENTRAL KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Moody, J. - 98; Lusby. G. - 97; Staley. J. -97; Wright. J. -97 
Brown, H. -96; Jacoby, B.-96; Bozarth, P.-95; Gorham, B 

- 95; Giles. F. - 95; Ammerman, B. - 94; Jenkins. B. - 93 
Poole, G. -93; Fay. J. -92; Linkes, C. -92: Bramble, J. -91 
Gilliam, R. - 91; Swinford. J. -91; Tate. K. -91; Clemmons 
S. - 90; Duff, C. - 90: Farmer, G. - 90; Wanchic. N. - 90; Fish 
G. - 89; Gfell. G. - 89; Hall. C. - 89: Morris. S. - 89; Rawdon 
R. - 89; Tipton, R. -89; Couch. B. - 88; Owens, M. -88; Pugh 
B. - 88; South, S. - 88; Summer. C. - 88: Day. R. - 87; Dean 
R. - 87; Graham. J. - 87; Lentry. R. - 87; Satterly. G. - 87 
Sheilds, D. - 87; Durham. T. - 86; Easterly. T. - 86; Kinnard 
B. - 86; Mason. W. - 86: Potter, J. - 86; Scott. B. - 86; Smock 
E. - 86: Brown. J. - 85; Gettler. J. - 85; Maupin. R. - 85 
Mattimiller, R. - 85; Yates. G. -85; Elovitz. C. -84; Ewen, G. - 
84; Foster, B. - 84; Batterton. K. - 83; Sherve, R. - 83 
Vandermale. J. - 83; Dyehouse. J. - 82; Gastineau. J. - 82: 
Thompson. H. - 82; McLauglin. B. - 81; Owens, P. - 81 
Ransdell, J. - 81; Carmichael, S - 80: Garcia. C. - 80 
McFadden, J. - 80; Smoot. J. - 80; Dunn. S. - 79; Oser, L. ■ 
78; Osborne, T. - 78; Paiko, E. - 78; Braham, J. - 77 
Bransom, B. - 77; Cole, B. - 77; Hainline, C. - 77; Easley, D. ■ 
75; Thompson, J. - 75; Wright, J.D. - 75: Mitchell, M. - 74 
McCormick, D. - 73; Dickens, B. - 72; Johnson, R. - 72 
Reece, J. - 72; Tipson. S. - 69: Turner. C. -68; Clark. O. -67 
McCray. C - 67; Angelucci. A. - 66; Brock, J. - 64 
Epperson, J, - 64. 



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MaUory, Gary Barker, Mgr. Pendleton. Second Row: Coach Reed, Coach Sinclair, Brent IHinton, Karl Dawson, 
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1984 Kentucky State High School Boys' Basketball Tournament Results 

at Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky 

March 14-17, 1984 



Madlsonville 


59 


Doss 


54 


Newport Catholic 


52 


Scott Co. 


59 


Meade Co. 


54 


Logan Co. 


57 


Henry Clay 


70 


Pulaski Co. 


69 


M.C. Napier 


76 


Jotinson Central 


75 


Owensboro 


60 


Clay Co. 


80 


Marshall Co. 


62 


Bourbon Co. 


65 


Boyd Co. 


46 


Ballard 


47 



Madlsonville 


61 


Scott Co. 


51 


Logan Co. 


70 


Henry Clay 


68 


M.C. Napier 


69 


Clay Co. 


65 


Bourbon Co. 


74 


Ballard 


72 



Madlsonville 



Logan Co. 



M.C. Napier 



Bourbon Co. 



Logan Co. 



LOGAN CO. 



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Bourbon Co. 



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Garry Baker M.C. Napier 

Jefl Blandon Henry Clay 

Barry Goheen . . Marshall Co. 
Richard Johnson Mad. - NH 
Stacey Mason Logan Co. 
Harry Meek Johnson Central 


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Wayne Mogge 
Sean Pennington 


Bourbon Co. 
Clay Co. 


Jeff Royce 


Bourbon Co. 


Todd Wood 


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MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the Hyatt Regency, Lexington, 
on Friday, March 16, 1984. The meeting was called to order 
by President Charles Black at 9:00 a.m with all the Board 
members. Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant 
Billy V. Wise, Assistant Commissioners Brigid L. DeVries 
and Louis Stout present. Conley Manning was present 
representing the State Department of Education. Mr. 
Manning gave the invocation. 

Pat Crawford moved, seconded by Chester Turner, that 
the minutes of the January 20, 1984, meeting of the Board 
be approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills introduced Mr. Doug Ruedlinger, 
Ruedlinger Companies, who appeared before the Board 
with an update of the Lifetime Catastrophic Insurance Plan 
which the Board has provided for student athletes. 
Following a lengthy discussion regarding the Board's plan 
to continue to provide this insurance coverage for member 
schools, but reducing the deductible from $10,000.00 to 
$3,500.00, the Board voted unanimously to delay making a 
definite decision until a later time in order that the 
Commissioner could obtain further information. 

Pat Crawford moved, seconded by Whaylon Coleman, 
that all bills of the Association for the period beginning 
January 1, 1984, and ending February 29, 1984, be 
approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills announced the results of the recent 
election for new Board of Control members. Representing 
Section 7, Charles Wilson received 23 votes, James Potts 
14. In Section 8, Frank Welch received 19 votes, Pete 
Grigsby, Jr. 12 votes. In Section 1-4, Grant Talbott 
received 54 votes, George Carson 43 votes, and Charles 
Henry received 35 votes. Representing Sections 5-8, 
Anthony Oljnger received 90 votes, Jeff Perkins received 
34 votes. 

Mr. Wise gave a brief report on the progress of the Boys' 
State Basketball Tournament stating that ticket sales to 
date were approximately $510,000.00. Pre-tournament 
sales for the Girls' State Basketball Tournament were 
approximately $5,000.00. He stated that he would provide 
a more detailed report on both boys' and girls' 
tournaments during the April meeting of the Board. A 
financial audit of both tournaments will appear in the 
August issue of the "Athlete". 

The next item on the agenda was a discussion of an 
appeal from Owen County High School to be realigned in 
baseball. Following a discussion by the Board, Principal 
Tom Taylor and Coach Dunavent, John Brock moved that 
Owen County High School be placed in District 34 and 
Eminence High School be placed in District 37. Alvis 
Johnson seconded the motion. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills discussed a request he had 
received from Principal Larry Kelsch, Deming High 
School, regarding the selection of district tournament 
sites. David Webb made the motion that the request be 
turned over to the Basketball Committee for study. 
Chester Turner seconded the motion. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills announced that he had received an 
excellent response to his letter to representatives of state 
colleges, universities and athletic conferences regarding 
the scheduling of basketball games on Tuesday and Friday 
nights. 



Following a discussion of the proposals to be submitted 
to the Delegate Assembly, Ray Story moved, seconded by 
John Brock, that the following proposal for change to By- 
Law 8, Contestant on Other Team be submitted: "Any 
student who participates in any athletic contest otherthan 
as a representative of his/her school during the season of 
the sport involved, without the expressed written 
permission of the Principal, becomes ineligible to 
represent a member school in that sport for the remainder 
of that season." Motion passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills announced that the Annual 
Summer Meetings of the National Federation will be in 
Washington, D.C. from July 2-7, 1984. 

Commissioner Mills presented the requested 
information on the eligibility case of Steve Sweeden which 
was tabled from the Appeals Hearing on March 15, 1984. 
Bob Rogers moved, seconded by John Brock, that By-Law 
6, Transfer Rule, be waived in this case. The motion carried 
by a vote of 8 in favor and Whaylon Coleman abstaining. 

Following a discussion of the need for one official 
basketball to be used for district, regional and state 
basketball tournament play, Pat Crawford moved that the 
Basketball Committee select an official tournament 
basketball and that all member schools be notified of their 
decision prior to the 1984-85 season. Eldon Davidson 
seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 8 in 
favor and one abstention. 

Following a recess, the Board reconvened to consider 
the Liability/Unlimited Lifetime Catastrophic Medical 
Insurance Plan offered by Doug Ruedlinger, Inc. The 
medical benefits of this plan are much broader and more 
extensive than any existing catastrophe program. It 
provides a catastrophically injured student (one whose 
medical expenses exceed $3,500.00) with lifetime medical 
benefits as well as unlimited payments for rehabilitation, 
occupational therapy, etc. Alternative to providing lifetime 
care for the student and meeting family adjustment 
expenses, is the $5,000,000.00 excess liability coverage for 
the school, the district, coaches, trainers, athletic directors 
and administrators against suit by a catastrophically 
injured student hurt while practicing for or participating in 
events under the jurisdiction of the State Association. This 
plan has a $3,500.00 deductible clause and is provided ata 
cost of $1 .50 per individual student athlete as listed on the 
Annual Participation List of each member school. 

Following a lengthy discussion, Ray Story moved, 
seconded by Alvis Johnson, that the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association accept the Liability/Lifetime 
Medical Insurance Plan for the 1984-85 school year and 
pay the $1.50 annual premium based on each individual 
athlete as shown on the Annual Participation List filed with 
the Association by member schools at the close of the 
1983-84 school year. The motion passed unanimously. 

President Black announced that the next meeting of the 
Board of Control would be on April 19, 1984,at3:00p.m.at 
the Kentucky High School Athletic Office in Lexington. 

There being no further business. Bob Rogers moved that 
the meeting adjourn. Alvis Johnson seconded the motion, 
which passec;! unanimously. 



APPEALS 
HEARING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, 
Lexington, Kentucky, on Thursday morning, March 15, 
1984, for the purpose of hearing appeals. 

The meeting was called to order by President Charles 

(Continued on Page Two) 



Page Two 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1984 



APRIL, 1984 



VOL. XLIV, NO. 9 



Published monthly, except June andJuly, bythe Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. ActofOctober3, 1917, authorized May 
3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President-Charles Black (1980-1984) Barbourville, Vice 
President-Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) Monticello, 
Directors-John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead, Whaylon 
Coleman (1980-1984) Owensboro, Patrick L. Crawford 
(1982-1986) Louisville, Alvis Johnson (1980-1984) 
Harrodsburg, Robert Rogers (1981-1985) Barlow, Ray 
Story (1982-1986) Radcliff, Chester Turner (1983-1987) 
Fort Thomas, David Webb (1983-1987) Brownville. Conley 
Manning-State Department of Education Representative. 

(Continued trom Page One) 

Black at 9:00 a.m. Present were Board members Eldon 
Davidson, John Brock, Whaylon Coleman, Patrick 
Crawford, Alvis Johnson, RotDert Rogers, Ray Story, 
Chester Turner and David Webb. Also present were 
Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy V. 
Wise, and Assistant Commissioners Brigid DeVries and 
Louis Stout, The invocation was given by Alvis Johnson. 

Commissioner Mills introduced Mr. Dawson Orman, 
Deputy Superintendent of Jefferson County Public 
Schools, who had requested a hearing before the Board of 
Control on behalf of Johnny Miller, a student at Seneca 
High School, who had been ruled ineligible by the 
Commissioner and Board of Control under By-Law 6, 
Transfer Rule, and later, permanently suspended by the 
Commissioner under By-Law 1 . Section 8. Certification of 
Ineligible Player. Also present for the hearing was 
Commissioner George Sauer, Jefferson County Schools. 

Following Mr. Orman's presentation, questions by the 
Board members to Mr. Orman regarding the disciplinary 
action taken by the Jefferson County Board of Education, 
Patrick Crawford moved, seconded by John Brock that 
Johnny D. Miller be placed on suspension for one year 
beginning January 23, 1984, and ending January 23, 1985. 
He is to be reinstated on January 24, 1985. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills then called on Joseph R. Flaherty, 
Attorney-at-Law, who had requested an appeal of By-Law 
6, Transfer Rule, before the Board on behalf of Steve 
Sweeden, a student at Owensboro High School. Also 
present for the hearing was Steve's mother, Mrs. Maureen 
Jackson and her husband. Following Mr. Flaherty's 
presentation and questions by the Board to Mrs. Jackson, 
John Brock moved, seconded by David Webb that this 
case be tabled until Friday, March 16, in order that further 
information could be obtained. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills introduced Mrs. Dorothy Rowland, 
who appeared before the Board on behalf of her son. Mike 
Rowland, a student at South Hopkins High School to 
request that the Board waive By-Law 6, Transfer Rule. 
Following Mrs. Rowland's appeal and questions by the 



Board members regarding the facts in the case, Eldon 
Davidson moved, seconded by Whaylon Coleman, thatthe 
ruling of the Commissioner be upheld in this case. The 
motion carried by a vote of 7 in favor and 1 opposed. 

The next appeal on the Agenda was presented by Mr. 
Garland Brown on behalf of his son, Troy Brown, 
requesting that the Board waive By-Law 6, Transfer Rule, 
and allow Troy to participate in athletics at South Hopkins 
High School. Following a lengthy discussion on this case 
by members of the Board, David Webb moved, seconded 
by Whaylon Coleman, that the decision of the 
Commissioner be upheld in this case. The motion carried 
by a vote of 6 in favor and 2 opposed. 

Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Patrick Crawford, that 
the meeting adjourn. The motion carried unanimously. 



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KENTUCKY ATHLETIC 



/TRAINERS SOCIETY 



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Edited by Al Green. Athletic Trainer. University of Kentucky 

This is the time of year that many of you are starting to put 
together next year's orders. With athletic budgets being cut and the 
cost of medical and training supplies rising, you are being forced to 
stretch the dollar as far as possible. At the end of this column is a list 
of recommended medical equipment and supplies that should be 
on hand for not only emergencies but the day to day minor injuries 
as well. 

There are a number of ways to augment your training room 
supply shelves and save your budget. One way is to talk to the 
purchasing agent at your community hospital. As new equipment 
is purchased the old equipment is either put in storage or disposed 
of. Most hospitals will be happy to donate the surplus equipment 
and supplies to the local high school. A main stay in any training 
room is the elastic bandage. Did you know that once an elastic 
bandage is removed from a patient the physician must apply a new 
one? Ask your team and local physicians to save the used 
bandages for you. A number of high schools doing this have not 
had to purchase elastic bandages, saving hundreds of dollars 
yearly. A final tip is to purchase federal surplus. There are three 
federal surplus centers in Kentucky. They are located in Frankfort, 
Ft. Knox, and Campbellsville. As a state school, you are permitted 
to purchase the equipment and supplies sent to these distribution 
centers by the various federal agencies. All you have to do is 
contact your school districts purchasing agent who can get you 
the necessary paperwork. The inventory at these centers is 
constantly changmg and it is very hit-and-miss. Some of the items 
that can be found are stretchers, scissors, crutches, elastic 
bandages, tape, and various other useful items. The cost is 
unbelievably low and the quality good. 

By contacting the right people and putting forth a little effort, you 
can easily till your training room shelves at little or no cost. 

Recommended Equipment for 
Athletic Emergencies 

In athletics, you never know when injury will occur. It is imperative 
that you are prepared to handle whatever injury may arise. The 
following is a list of basic equipment and supplies necessary to 
handle athletic emergencies. Section E is a list of advanced 
equipment that is recommended if qualified personnel (doctor, 
certified trainer, E.M.T.) attend your games or practices. 

A Basic Athletic Training/First Aid Equipment 

1 Ammonia Caps 10. Gauze Bandage (Kling-Kerlex) 

2 Analgesic Balm 11 Gauze Pads (4x4 or 3x3) 

3 Antiseptic Cleaner (Hydro Peroxide)12 Kit to put equipment into 

4 Antiseptic Ointment 13 [vlirror and Contact Solution 

5 Athletic Tape (various sizes) 14 Penlight 

6 Bandaids (various sizes) 15. Scissors 

7 Chemical Ice Bag (if no ice) 16 Screwdriver (for face mask) 

8 Elastic Bandages 17 Tape Adherent 

9 Eye Wash 

B Splinting/Transportation Equipment 
1- Air Splints (full set) 
2, Crutches 
3 Stretcher (Continued on Page Eight) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1984 



Page Three 



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1983-84 Approved 

and Certified 
Baseball Officials 



The following Baseball officials have qualified for the 
ratings for APPROVED or CERTIFIED as a result of the 
National Federation Examination: 

APPROVED BASEBALL OFFICIALS 



Ball, James 
Bearden, Fletcher 
Benton, Kevin 
Brown, Tony 
Chatfield, Marc 
Childress, Jeff 
Clemmons, Doug 
Collins, Fred 
Fuchs, Charles 
Herbstreith, Terry 
Hermansen, Marcus 
Hopper, Tony 
Horn, Larry 
Hornbuckle, Bill 
Kinney, Martin 
Maddox, Robert 

CERTI 

Beavers, Dan 
Perry, Eddie 
Sawyers, Willie 



Maxey, Richard 
Mulligan, Mike 
Mullins, Joe 
Pardue, Dennis 
Parker, Ronald 
Price, Jim 
Ragsdale, Randy 
Scott. Paul 
Shearer, Jackie 
Siemer, John 
Snyder, John 
Stober, Thomas 
Talbert, Gene 
Turner, Cecil 
Wallace, David 
Welton, Don 
FIED OFFICIALS 

Smart, John 
Strader, Micky 
Turner, Keenon 



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1983-84 Approved 
Softball Officials 



The following Softball officials have qualified for the 
rating of APPROVED as a result of the National Federation 
Examination: 



Anderson, Ronnie 
Ash, James 
Baker, Darrell 
Beamus, Paul 
Benton, Kevin 
Bollinger, Bill 
Breeden, Clarence 
Brown, Leslie 
Bryant, Jimmie 
Bush, Jerry 
Caudill, Roy 
Childress, Janet 
Compton, Al 
Cooper, Fred 
Crittenden, Fred 
Davis, Jim 
Dunagan, Leon 
Durbin, Morris 
Fetter, Susan 
Gordon, George 
Hayes, Pete 
Herbstreith, Terry 



Hillenbrand, George 
Holmes, Lois 
Howard, Linda 
Howard, Michael 
Hume, Carlos 
Kessler, Randy 
Litton, Neil 
Logsdon, David 
Lewis, James 
Mallory, James 
Matusiak, Marty 
Meier, Henry 
Newton, Dennis 
Reinhart, William 
Smart. John 
Stevens, Robert 
Stiles, George 
Stuedle, Ray 
Tharp. James 
Wade, Charles 
Young. Arthur 
Zirnheld. Leonard 






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WRESTLING RULE CHANGES 
ANNOUNCED FOR 1984-85 SEASON 

A contestant may compete in no more than five full-length matches per day. 



No contestant shall wrestle in two consecutive matches with less than 45-minutes rest 
between them. 

The exact weight of all contestants shall be recorded and submitted to the official scorer. 

The minimum weight for a 98-pound contestant is 83 pounds. Starting with the 1985-86 
season the maximum weight for the heavyweight contestant is 275 pounds. 

A one-pound allowance is granted for consecutive days of competition from tournament 
to tournament. 

Near-fall points may be scored in a high bridge or on both elbows. 

If injury occurs prior to near-fall criteria being met. the match will be stopped and a two- 
point near-fall shall be awarded. 

The correction of all errors must be made priorto leaving the mat in tournaments and prior 
to the next match in dual meets. 

Clerical errors may be corrected when detected. 

This section has been rewritten and is now in three categories: unnecessary roughness, 
unsportsmanlike conduct and flagrant misconduct. 

When either wrestler fails to improve his position, a visual and audible 5-second count 
may be used. 

Delaying the match is now considered stalling. 

A warning will now be given prior to penalizing a coach for misconduct. 

The match shall not be stopped when warning for stalling in the neutral position or 
warning or penalizing the defensive wrestler. 

A list of stalling tactics have been added to the section of the book containing comments 
on the rules. 



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Page Five 



SACRED HEART ACADEMY — GIRLS' CHAMPIONS 
1984 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




Team Members: First Row (left to right): Peggy Meagher, Kelly Augustus, Julie Sauer. Second Row: Laura Collis, Mary 
Tiemey, Cheri Baxter, Alicia Oberst. 



RICHMOND MODEL HIGH SCHOOL — BOYS' CHAMPIONS 
1984 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




Team Members: First Row (Left to Right): Rich Kretzschmar, Scott Chastin, Mike Ramsdell, Jonathan Leung, Todd Jones, 
Peter Whitcopf. Second Row: Francis O'Dong, Jim Kline, Brent Lichty, Jeff Hoagland, Scott Kretzschmar, Frank Ramsdell, 
Lee Robinson, Robert Gibbs, Coach Tim Cahill. 



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1984 K.H.S.A.A. Swimming and Diving Champions 

EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY, RICHMOND, KY — FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24 & 25, 1984 

GIRLS' FINAL RESULTS 



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1. Sacred Heart Academy 

2. Notre Dame Academy 

3. Male 

4. Lafayette 

5. Bryan Station 

6. Model 

7. Elizabettitown 

8. Highlands 

9 Tales Creek 

10. Paul Blazer 

11. Scott 

12. Jessamine County 

13- Villa Madonna Academy 
14 Woodford County 

15. Connor 

16, Daviess County (tie) 
16, Henry Clay (tie) 

16, Newport (tie) 

19, Bowling Green 

20, Owensboro Catholic 

21, Fort Knox 

22, Fern Creek 

23, Central 

24, Henderson County (tie) 
24, Hopkinsville (tie) 

26, Dixie Heights 

27, Atherton 

28, Ballard (tie) 
28 Collegiate (tie) 
28, Lloyd (tie) 



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#1 - 200 Yard Medley Relay 

Male 1:57,94 

Notre Dame Academy 1 :58.24 

Bryan Station 1 :59.93 

Elizabethtown 2:02.25 

Lafayette 2:02.56 

Highlands 2:04 10 

#2 - 200 Yard Freestyle 

Peggy Meagher (SHA) 1:54. 58 

Chen Baxter (SHA) 1:56.89 

Susan Torbett (MOD) 1 :59,32 

Kelly Augustus (SHA) 2 00 42 

Lori Wilson (HGH) 2:0115 

Ann Fisher (WC) 2:02,79 

#3 - 200 Yard Individual Medley 

Gail Huttenlocher (MLE) 2:12.28 



Jill Bakehorn (TC) , , , 

Kelly Boone (ET) 

Karyn Stubbs (NEW) . 
Tern Wagner (NDA) .. 
Tonya Lyddane (OCH) 



2:12.66 
2:14.95 
2:17,20 
2:17,29 
2:21,43 



#4 - 50 Yard Freestyle 

Melisa Schrieber (VMA) 25,10 

Amy Heasley (JC) 25,65 

Mitzi Vineyard (LAF) 25,75 

Kim Walters (DC) 25,77 

Vicki Robinson (BS) 26,05 

Betsy Wilmer (HGH) 26 12 



#5 - 1 Meter Diving 

Paula Crail (NDA) 455,25 ■ 

Sarah Ware (SHA) 398,30 

Laura Profuno (SHA) 367,40 

Maria OHern (SHA) 365 55 

Julie Jeif (JC) 360,10 

Monique Montmeny (DIX) 334.95 



*6 - 100 Yard Butlerlly 

Vicki Robinson (BS) .. 

Kelly Boone (ET) 

Tonya Lyddane (OCH) 
Lori Wilson (HGH) .,, 
Debbie Logan (HEN) , 
Kay Blackwood (MLE) 



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1:01.82 
1:02,41 
1:02,94 
1:03,61 



#7-100 Yard Freestyle 

Melisa Schrieber (VMA) 54.09 

Tracey Robinson (BS) 55.32 

Amy Heasley (JC) 55.39 

Susan Torbett (MOD) 55.70 

Kelly Artz (SOT) 56.25 

Sherri Mitchell (GEN) 56,88 

«8 - 500 Yard Freestyle 

Peggy Meagher (SHA) 5:06,82 

Cheri Baxter (SHA) 5:13,49 

Ann Fisher (WC) 5:23,11 

Wendy Kohlhepp (NDA) 5:25.09 

Beth Buckberry (BG) 5:28,55 

Julie Sauer (SHA) 5:31,21 



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Kelly Artz (SCT) 

Karyn Stubbs (NEW) 

Terri Wagner (NDA) 

Gail Huttenlocher(MLE) . . . 
Julie Sauer (SHA) 

#11 - 400 Yard Freestyle 

Sacred Heart Academy 

Lafayette 

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.... 3:47.99 
3:48.42 


Notre Dame Academy 


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.... 3:59.28 


Paul Blazer 


.... 3:59.89 



^ Denotes New State Record 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1984 



Page Seven 



1984 K.H.S.A.A. Swimming and Diving Champions 

EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY, RICHMOND, KY — FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24 & 25, 1984 



BOYS' FINAL RESULTS 



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6. Trinity 

7. Henderson County 

8. Highlands 

9. Male 

10. Scott 

11. Fort Knox 

12. Henry Clay 

13. Connor 

14. Ballard 

15. Lafayette 

16. Hopkinsville (tie) 
16. Waggener (tie) 

18. Atherton 

19. Bryan Station 

20. Saint Francis 

21. Russell 

22. Jessamine County 

23. Anderson County (tie) 
23. Campbell County (tie) 

23. Madison North Hopkins (tie) 

23. Owenboro Catholic (tie) 

27. Beechwood (tie) 

27. Dixie Heights (tie) 

29. Apollo (tie) 

29. Tates Creek (tie) 

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#1 - 200 Yard Medley Relay 

Elizabettltown 1 :43.74 

Saint Xavier 1:44.07 

Henderson County 1:45.18 

Covington Catholic 1 :47.90 

Trinity 1:49.07 

Model 1:49.50 

#2 - 200 Yard Freestyle 

Tony Siebel (STX) 1:44.24 

Ctiris Godfrey (ET) 1:44.30 

John Fischbach (BAL) 1 .49.54 

Calvin Walts (BG) 1:51.20 

Andrew Wynkoop (ATH) 1:55.66 

Jerry Wissman (CC) 1:52.60 



#3 - 200 Yard Individual Medley 

Brian Summe (CC) 

Charlie Oberst (STX) 

Lee Robinson (MOD) 

Mil<e McAllister (MLE) .... 

Paul Godfrey (ET) 

Scott Ryan (CC) 



1:56.20 
2:02.57 
2:03.01 
2:07.93 
2:08.58 
2:08.80 



#4 - 50 Yard Freestyle 

Bill Malz (FTK) 22.38 

Todd Thomason (HEN) 22.48 

Robert Gibbs (MOD) 22.51 

Billy Godfrey (ET) 22.59 

Eric Richter (HGH) 22 80 

Geoff Hogg (TRN) 23.10 



#5-1 Meter Diving 

1 Brent Lichty (MOD) 464.70 

2 Phillip Bloomfield (BS) 404 05 

3. Mark McLaughlin (STX) 395 10 

4 Alan Frazer (HGH) 39120 

5. David Blount (HC) 355 15 

6. Melvin Whitney (BG) 351.50 

#6 - 100 Yard Butterfly 

1. Todd Thomason (HEN) 53.55 

2 Lee Robinson (MOD) 54.18 

3. Jay Rodgers (BG) 54,41 

4 Barry Mang (CC) 55 98 

5 Ben Tederstrom (STF) 1:00 36 

#7 - 100 Yard Freestyle 

1. Robert Gibbs (MOD) 48.93 

2 Eric Richter (HGH) 49.73 

3 Frank Ramsdell (MOD) 50.29 

4 Geoff Hogg (TRN) 50.80 

5 Brian Buckberry (BG) 51.53 

6. Duane Standifer (LAF) 52.09 

KB - 500 Yard Freestyle 

1 Tony Siebel (STX) 4:37.39 

2. Chns Godfrey (ET) 4:37.74 

3 John Fischbach (BAL) 4:58.90 

4 Tom Coons (MLE) 5:01.54 

5 Dale Mercker (WAG) 5:03.98 

6. Paul Godfrey (ET) 5:06.09 



«9 - 100 Yard Backstroke 

Billy Godfrey (ET) 55.17 

Charlie Oberst (STX) 55.28 

Tom Coons (MLE) 58.83 

Barry Mang (CC) 58.95 

Lanny King (HEN) 1:00.T9f 

Eric Hibbard (CON) 1:00.36 

«10 - 10O Yard Bieatlstrake 

Brian Summe (CC) 59.55 • 



Bill Matz (FTK) 1 

Scott Kretzschmar (MOD) 1 

Justin Jehn (SCT) 1 

Brian DeBolt (SCT) 1 

Hud Lindenberger (TRN) 1 



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05.32 
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#11 - 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

Model 3:19.64 

Covington Catholic 3:22.45 

Bov»ling Green 3:25.44 

Trinity 3:26.70 

Highlands 3:31.31 

Scott 3:35.23 



* Denotes New State Record 



Page Eight 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1984 




STATE TRACK 
MEET INFORMATION 



Friday, May 25, 1984 

Practice Schedule: The Shively Track will be open for 
practice all day for those who wish to use it. 

Team Packets: Team packets and numbers can be 
picked up from 5:00-6:00 p.m. in front of the Shively Sports 
Center Building or Saturday morning, May 26, from 8:00- 
9:30 a.m. at the gate to the track. 

Coaches Meeting: There will be a coaches and officials 
meeting at 6:00 p.m. at the Shively Sports Center, Room 
102 on Friday, May 25. 

NOTE: The 800m Relay will be run in lanes all the way. 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR K.H.S.A.A. 

STATE TRACK MEET 

ClaMes A, AA, AAA Boys - Classes A, AA, AAA Girls 

FINALS - Saturday, May 26, 1984 

TRACK 

10:00 — A Girls - 100m Low Hurdles 
10:05 — AA Girls - 100m Low Hurdles 
10:10 — AAA Girls - 100m Low Hurdles 
10:20 — A Boys - 110m High Hurdles 
10:25 — AA Boys - 110m High Hurdles 
10:30 — AAA Boys - 110m High Hurdles 
10:40 — A Girls - 100m Dash 
10:45 — AA Girls - 100m Dash 
10:50 — AAA Girls - 100m Dash 
10:55 — A Boys - 100m Dash 
11:00 — AA Boys - 100m Dash 
11:05 — AAA Boys - 100m Dash 
11:10 — A Girls - 800m Relay 
11:18 — AA Girls - 800m Relay 
11:26 — AAA Girls - 800m Relay 
11:34 — A Boys - 800m Relay 
11:42 — AA Boys - 800m Relay 
1 1 :50 — AAA Boys - 800m Relay 
11:58 — A Girls - 1600m Run 
12:06 — AA Girls - 1600m Run 
12:14 — AAA Girls - 1600m Run 
12:22 — A Boys - 1600m Run 
12:30 — AA Boys - 1600m Run 
12:38 — AAA Boys - 1600m Run 

LUNCH BREAK 

1:20 — A Girls - 400m Relay 
1:26 — AA Girls - 400m Relay 
1:34 — AAA Girls - 400m Relay 
1:40 — A Boys - 400m Dash 
1 :45 — AA Boys - 400m Dash 
1:50 — AAA Boys - 400m Dash 
1:55 — A Girls - 400m Dash 
2:00 — AA Girls - 400m Dash 
2:05 — AAA Girls - 400m Dash 
2:20 — A Boys - 300m Low- Hurdles 
2:25 — AA Boys - 300m Low Hurdles 
2:30 — AAA Boys - 300m Low Hurdles 
2:35 — A Girls - 300m Low Hurdles 
2:40 — AA Girls - 300m Low Hurdles 
2:45 — AAA Girls - 300m Low Hurdles 
2:50 — A Boys - 800m Run 
2:55 — AA Boys - 800m Run 
3:00 — AAA Boys - 800m Run 
3:05 — A Girls - 800m Run 



3:10 — AA Girls - 800m Run 
3:15 — AAA Girls - 800m Run 
3:20 — A Boys - 200m Dash 
3:25 — AA Boys - 200m Dash 
3:30 — AAA Boys - 200m Dash 
3:35 — A Girls - 200m Dash 
3:40 — AA Girls - 200m Dash 
3:45 — AAA Girls - 200m Dash 
3:50 — A Boys - 3200m Run 
4:05 — AA Boys - 3200m Run 
4:20 — AAA Boys - 3200m Run 
4:35 — A Girls - 3200m Run 
4:50 — AA Girls - 3200m Run 
5:05 — AAA Girls - 3200m Run 
5:20 — A Boys - 1600m Relay 
5:28 — AA Boys - 1600m Relay 
5:36 — AAA Boys - 1600m Relay 
5:44 — A Girls - 1600m Relay 
6:04 — AA Girls - 1600m Relay 
6:10 — AAA Girls - 1600m Relay 
6:20 AWARDS 



FIELD EVENTS 



SHOT 

9:00 — Boys A 
10:30 — Boys AA 
12:00 — Boys AAA 
1:30 — Girls A 
3:00 — Girls AA 
4:30 — Girls AAA 

DISCUS 

9:00 — Girls AAA 
10:30 — Girls AA 
12:00 — Girls A 
1:30 — Boys A 
3:00 — Boys AA 
4:30 — Boys AAA 

POLE VAULT 

9:00 — Boys A 
12:00 — Boys AA 
3:00 — Boys AAA 



HIGH JUMP 

9:00 — Girls A 
10:30 — Girls AA 
12:00 — Girls AAA 

1 :30 — Boys A 

3:00 — Boys AA 

4:30 — Boys AAA 

LONG JUMP 

9:00 — Boys AAA 
10:30 — Boys AA 
12:00 — Boys A 

1:30 — Girls A 

3:00 — Girls AA 

4:30 — Girls AAA 

TRIPLE JUMP 

12:00 (Noon) — Boys AAA 
2:00 — Boys AA 
4:00 — Boys A 



(Continued from Page Two) 

C. Communication 

1. Access to a working teleptione 

a) Ptione witti an outside line (not turned off when switcti board closes) 

b) Necessary keys to enable you to get to the phone 

c) Change to use in a pay phone, if necessary 

2, List of emergency telephone numbers 

a) Ambulance/Rescue Squad 

b) Team physician 

c) Hospital 

D- Miscellaneous 

1 Availability to ice for injuries and fluid replacement 

2. Health forms containing: parental permission for treatment, parent or 
guardian address and phone number, important medical information, 
i.e.: allergies, special medical conditions 

3. Water containers and cups for drinks 

E. Optional Equipment (should be available if qualified personnel are present) 

1. Airway 5. Oxygen 

2. Backboard (with straps) 6. Scoop Stretcher 
3 Bite Stick 7. Stethoscope 

4. Blood Pressure Cuff 8. Tongue Forceps/Jaw Spreader 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1984 



Page Nine 



1984 

RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP 

RESULTS 



Fern Creek High School won the team and individual 
State Rifle Marksmanship Championship on April 7, 1984. 
The team score was 1414 with Jeff Stewart taking 
individual honors with a score of 290. 

Thirteen teams competed in the tournament which was 
held at Jeffersontown High School. Team scores are as 
follows: 

Fern Creek (1414) - N. Tran (281 ), F. Engle (280), J. Stewart 
(290). Suzann Motts (285), V. Anderson (278). 
Seneca (1371) - J. Graves (273), R. Brightwell (282), G. 
Dennison (269). D. Briggs (281), S. Kalman (266). 
Jeffersontown (1371) -J. Jump (279), T.Kelty (282). Alison 
Sanning (276). A. Lemke (275). J. Holcomb (259). 
Eastern (1349) - L. Cox (275), P. Kaltemthaler (274). C. 
Kaltemthaler (277), E. Tucker (280), M. Russell (263). 
Pulaski County (1319) - J. Phillippi (235), D. Robertson 
(276). J. Gibson (268), C. Morton (260), D. Harris (280). 
Bowling Green (1274) - A. Guadagni (284), L. Duncan 
(262), M. Grant (230), C. Thomas (240). B. Payne (258). 
Paul Blazer (1217) - B. Rankin (259), S. Little (214), R. 
Barney (249). J. Fugitt (235). K. Hogsten (260). 
Male (1181) - B. Howell (225). K. Becker (217), A. Bryant 
(263). W. Fleischer (241), M. Hampton. 
Owensboro (1173) - C. Cook (264). D. Sanders (251), R. 
Riley (244), R. Tichenor (213). D. Crabtree (201). 
Fort Knox (1135) - F. McDonald (239). A. Sutton (241). M. 
Pope (244). M. Lawrence (212). T. Anderson (199). 



Iroquois (1127) -S. Buckler (236), M. Richardson (258). B. 

Page (159), H. Lahmeyer (232), M. Queen (242). 

Valley (1105) - T. Smith (197), C. Battle (156), M. Tierney 

(251), J. Decker (265), J. Johnson (236). 

Shawnee (958) - H. McGuffin (247), T. Mercer (219), S. 

Tandy (191). J. Goodlett (142), M. Wix (159). 



ALL STATE 
SHOOTERS: 



First Team 

Jeff Stewart (290) Fern Creek 
Suzann Moots (285) Fern Creek 
Anthony Guadagni (284) Bowling Green 
Robert Brightwell (282) Seneca 
Tim Kelty (282) Jeffersontown 

Second Team 

Doug Briggs (281) Seneca 
Nhut Tran (281) Fern Creek 
Darvin Harris (280) Pulaski County 
Forrey Engle (280) Fern Creek 
John Jump (279) Jeffersontown 

Alternate 

Van Anderson (278) Fern Creek 



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AAAY 


1984 


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THURSDAY 


FRIDAY 


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1 Ky. Athletic 
Director 
Association 
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Executive West 
Louisville 


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State Tennis 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1984 



1984 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASEBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART I 



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PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 
Case Book Revision, 

Revise Play 7 on page five to read: While taking his warm-up pitches prior to the start of the fourth Inning, F1 develops a blister on the tip of his 
index finger and is replaced as pitcher. F1's replacement takes (a) eight or fev^er warm-up pitches, or (b) more than eight warm-up pitches. 
Ruling: In (a) F1 could come back in to pitch. In (b), because F1 's replacement took more warm-up throws than the allowable eight, F1 could 
not come back in to pitch. 



SITUATION #1: With two out in the third Inning, F1 Is removed as pitcher 
after being hit In the knee with a line drive. F1 's replacement takes (a) seven 
warm-up pitches or In (b) nine warm-up pitches. 

RULING: In (a). F1 may return to pitch. In (b), F1 may not return to pitch. 
However, he may play another position. 3-1-2. 6-2-2-c 
SITUATION #2: R1 Is on third base when B2 singles to the outfield. The 
throw comes In to second base R1 maliciously runs into F2, who Is out of 
the baseline watching the play. 

RULING: This Is considered to be Interference by R1 , and he is called out 
and ejected from the game. The ball is dead Immediately, and B2 Is held at 
first base. 3-3-1-e. 8-4-2-1 

SITUATION #3: B3 hits a ground ball to F6withR1 on third base and R2 on 
first base. F6 goes to second base to start a double play attempt, while R1 
maliciously runs into F2 who is out of the baseline watching the play. 
RULING: This is considered to be interference by R1 , and he Is called out 
and ejected from the game. The ball is dead Immediately. If In the judgment 
of the umpire, the defense would have completed part or all of the 
attempted double play, he will award one or two additional outs, 
accordingly. 3-3-1 -f, 8-4-2-b, 8-4-2-1 

SITUATION #4: Prior to the game, as the two opposing coaches verify to 
the umplre-ln-chlef that their players are dressed In accordance with the 
rules, one coach shows the umplre-ln-chlef a batting helmet that has a 
protective device attached to It that his player has to wear for safety 
purposes. 

RULING: If a player needs to wear a head protector with a special 
protective device attached to It, it must be approved in advance of the 
competition by the state association. The mechanics for getting a device 
approved is up to the state association. 1-1-6, 1-1-7 
COMMENT: In all cases, the head protector, which the protective device is 
attached to, must be a baseball/softball protective helmet. When on 
offense. It must have dual earflaps. When on defense, it may be without 
earflaps. In 1985, the protective helmet must carry the NOCSAE stamp. 
SITUATION #5: F1 , while in the windup position, after taking his signal, 
sees R1 break for home plate. F1. without stepping backwards off the 
pitcher's plate, whips a throw to the plate where (a) F2 tags out R1 or (b) 81 
hits the ball up the middle for a single. 

RULING: Legal in (a) and (b). Since F1 did not step backwards off the 
pitcher's plate, his status still remains as pitcher. Therefore, the batter has 
the opportunity to hit the throw to the plate since It is considered a pitch. 6- 
1-1 

SITUATION #6: With the bases loaded, B4 hits a dribbler in front of the 
plate. F2 picks It up. steps on home plate and throws to F5 for a double play. 
The coach of the team at bat shows the umpire the B4's bat had been 
altered, and therefore contends that B4 should be called out and all the 
runners be returned, nullifying the outs at home and at third. 
RULING: Only the umpire and defense are allowed to detect an Illegal bat. 
Therefore, the umpire shall call B4 out for hitting the ball with an Illegal bat. 
All outs would stand, resulting In a triple play. 7-4-a 
SITUATION #7: After the game has started, the umpire notices that F2's 
throat protector Is being worn too low. 

RULING: The umpire shall have F2 readjust It so that It will be closer to the 
mask. If F2 refuses to comply. F2 will not be allowed to continue playing 1 - 
1-5 

SITUATION #8: B1, after hitting the ball, carelessly throws his bat. 
RULING: The umpire shall warn him that if he throws his bat again, he shall 
be ejected. (Points of Emphasis) 

SITUATION #9: If bat throwing Is a habit of several playersonateam, what 
should the umpire do? 

RULING: The umpire should warn the coach that the next player to throw a 
bat will be ejected. (Points of Emphasis) 

SITUATION #10: As B1 steps Into the batter's box. the umpire notices that 
he is wearing metal cleats. 

RULING: The umpire shall have the player remove the illegal shoes and 
then warn the coach, since he was to have verified to the umplre-ln-chlef 
prior to the game that all his players were equipped In compliance with the 
rules. If the violation Is repeated, the player committing the Infraction shall 
be ejected. 1-1-5. 1-1-7 

SITUATION #11: The umpire notices playing equipment that looks non- 
traditional. 

RULING: If the rules do not address a particular piece of playing 
equipment, the chances are It Is non-tradltlonal and therefore, would be 
illegal. The umpire should report his observation to the state association 



who In turn should contact the National Federation. 1-1-8 
SITUATION #12: With R 1 on first, and B2 getting his footing In the batter's 
box, the umpire indicates to F1, by holding his hand up In front of his head, 
do not pitch. Suddenly. F1 whips a throw over to first in time to tag out R1 
who had stepped off the base. The coach of the team at bat argues that the 
signal given to the pitcher to not pitch Is the same as calling a time-out. 
RULING: The coach was in error. Too often the signal for "Do Not Pitch" Is 
confused with meaning "Time-Out". The correct signal for time-out is two 
hands above the head. Additionally, to reduce the risk of contusion, the 
umpire should verbally announce "Time-Out" when using the time-out 
signal. 

SITUATION #13: Between Innings while the teams are changing sides, the 
manager or coach of the team going on defense goes to the mound and 
hands the ball to the pitcher or has a short conference with him. Should a 
trip to the mound be charged? 

RULING: No. provided the pitcher Is ready to pitch within the time allotted 
according to 6-2-2-c. For delay, a ball shall be awarded the batter and 
another ball will be awarded each 20 seconds thereafter, if the pitcher falls 
to pitch. 6-2-2-c 

SITUATION #14: After F1 steps onto the pitcher's plate and takes his 
signal, a piece of paper blows onto the mound In front of him. 
RULING: The umpire should Immediately call "Time" and have the paper 
removed 6-1-1 

COMMENT: The intent of the rule is not to penalize the pitcher for coming 
off the pitcher's plate when something unexpected happens (re dust In 
the eyes, cap blows off, etc.). The umpire should call "Time" as soon as he 
sees what has happened to prevent any balk from occurring. 
SITUATION #15: In taking a swing at a pitch, B1 hits the end of F2's 
catcher's glove. 

RULING: What was previously called catcher's interference is now called 
catcher's obstruction to be consistent with the definition of obstruction, 
which applies to all defensive players. Obstruction of the batter (before he 
has become a batter-runner) is Ignored if the batter-runner reaches first 
and all other runners advance at least one base. 8-1-1-e 
SITUATION #16: At the start of the half-inning, F1 takes five quick warm- 
up throws within 35 seconds. Is he allowed additional warm-up throws if he 
can complete them In the remaining 25 seconds'^ 

RULING: No. between innings a pitcher is permitted a maximum of five 
warm-up throws which must not exceed one minute. 6-2-2-c 
SITUATION #17: R1 attempts to advance to third base, but misses second. 
He starts to return before the defense initiates appeal action to put him out. 
Does R1 have to be tagged'' 

RULING: Unless R1 was forced to advance, the defense must tag the 
runner, because he attempted to return before the defense Initiated appeal 
action to put him out. 

COMMENT: Anytime the runner misses a base and touches the next 
succeeding base, the defense only has to touch the missed base to put the 
runner out, even if the runner attempts to return before the defense 
initiates appeal action. 2-12-6, 8-2-Penalty 

SITUATION #18: With the bases loaded, 84 walks. R1, approaching home 
plate, or B4 going to first base, removes his helmet. 
RULING: Both would be out. Even though a chance of a play occurring Is 
slim, it does exist. Therefore, for safety purposes, both would be called out. 
1-1-5 

SITUATION #19: R1 Is on second base when B2 hits a fly ball that comes 
down directly at the bag. Must the runner vacate the base In order to give a 
fielder a chance to make a play? 

RULING: No. However, the runner must make every effort to give the 
fielder room to make the catch. 8-4-2-f 

SITUATION #20: The umpire notices F2 warming up the pitcher near the 
parking lot and F2 Is not wearing a mask with a throat protector. 
RULING: The umpire Is not authorized to seek enforcement outside the 
field, such as near the parking lot or behind the team bus, etc. 1-1-5 
SITUATION #21: 81 fouls a ball off F2's glove that is caught by F5. Is this a 
foul tip? 

RULING: Yes. Any batted ball that goes directly to the catcher's hands and 
is legally caught by any fielder Is considered a foul tip. 2-8-2 
SITUATION #22: SI pinch hits for 81 In the second Inning, but does not go 
in for him on defense. Now that he has used up his re-entry eligibility can 
he occupy a coach's box? 

RULING: Yes. A player, coach or eligible substitute may occupy a coach's 
box. "Eligible" means any player that has not been ejected. 3-2-1 



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1984 NATIONAL FEDERATION SOFTBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART I 




PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS ^^^ 

Rule Book, ^^"^ 

4-3-1 -h (pg 28) Revise to read Is discovered having played w/ith an ineligible substitute in the game," 5-1 -1-d (pg, 29) In second line after "i" 
add "m", 8-4-2-m (pg 51) Delete "who has the ball and is waiting to make the tag " 9-6-6-2-b (pg.57) In first line change "four" to "three". Play 
10 (pg. 66) Delete ruling and replace with "SI is ejected for not reporting. The batting out of order rule is enforced. B4 is called out and all 
runners return " Play 14 (pg. 66) In second line of ruling, after "DH" insert "that player becomes the new'DH'." Play 14b (pg.67) Revise ruling to 
read: "SI becomes the new DH " 



SITUATION #1: R1 positions herself behind third base, but not in contact 

with It in order to gain a running start when tagging up 

RULING: The runner shall be called out However, the umpire should 

hesitate momentarily before calling her out to see if she returns to properly 

tag up. If she does not. then she is out. The ball remains alive. 8-4-2-0 

SITUATION #2: The umpire notices the on-deck batter not wearing a head 

protector 

RULING: He shall warn that player and the coach that the next offender 

shall be ejected, 1-1-5 

COMMENT: If and when the other team violates the rule it shall also 

receive a warning. 

SITUATION #3: While warming up the pitcher outside the playing field 

behind the team bench. F2 is noticed by the umpire not wearing a mask 

with a throat protector 

RULING: It is advisable for the catcher to wear a mask with a throat 

protector at all times when warming up the pitcher. However, the umpire is 

not authorized to seek enforcement of the rule outside the confines of the 

field, 1-1-5 

SITUATION #4: Coach of Team A tells the umpire that Smith will hit for 

Jones, but Lee will go into left field on defense 

RULING: The umpire will not accept projected substitutions. He shall tell 

the coach that each substitution must be reported at the time the change is 

to be made. 1-1-4 

SITUATION #5: Prior to the game, as the two coaches are verifying to the 

umpire-in-chief that their players are dressed in accordance with the rules, 

coach of Team A shows the umpire-in-chief a head protector with a special 

protective device attached to it that one of his players must wear. 

RULING: The head protector with a special protective device attached to it 

must be approved in advanceofthe competition bythestateassociation It 

must be a baseball/softball protective helmet. If worn at bat. it must have 

dual earflaps. If worn on defense, it does not have to have earflaps, 1-1-5 

COMMENT: In 1985, all head protectors must carry the NOCSAE stamp. 

SITUATION #6: During the course of the game the umpire notices that F2 

is wearing her throat protector too low 

RULING: The umpire shall have F2 adjust the throat protector before she 

will be allowed to continue playing 1-1-5 

SITUATION #7: F5 overthrows F3 trying to put out R1. The ball hits a 

photographer who is positioned in foul territory near the first base line. 

RULING: If the photographer does not intentionally interfere with the ball 

and the ball does not go into dead ball territory, the ball is in play. 2-1-5 

SITUATION #8: F8 and F9 converge on a pop fly. While waiting forthe ball 

to comedown, each thinks that the other will catch the ball Consequently, 

neither tries to make the catch 

RULING: The team is charged with an error. When a play on a ball should 

have been made, and it was not, but no one player can besingled out, then 

the team is charged an error 9-5-5 

SITUATION #9: With R1 stealing on the pitch, B2 swings and misses but 

leans over the plate to disrupt the catcher's throw. 

RULING: If the attempt on R1 is unsuccessful, B2 is called out. R1 would 

return to first base. 2-5-3. 7-3-5 Penalty 

SITUATION #10: With R1 on third base. 82 hits a ground ball to F5. As he is 

about to field the ball, R1 begins shouting at him. which causes him to 

misplay the ball. 

RULING: Any act by team at bat which interferes with, obstructs, impedes. 

hinders or confuses any fielder is offensive interference. Offensive 

interference can include acts that are verbal, as well as physical. 

Therefore. R1 is out. 2-5-3. 8-4-1 -g 

SITUATION #11: 81. after hitting a single, is discovered not having 

properly reported. 

RULING: 81 is ejected. 3-1-1 

COMMENT: 8efore a player enters the batter's box, the umpire is at liberty 

to ask that player whether or not she has reported, if he thinks she may not 

have reported. 

SITUATION #12: In the top of the seventh with the home team leading 9-2. 

F1 strikes out 83 for the third out. As the home team is walking off the field. 

the scorekeeper notices that Jones, who had been playing center field. 

should not have been in the game, because she had used up her re-entry 

eligibility after having pinch-hit for Smith in the second inning. The 

scorekeeper then informs the umpire-in-chief of the situation before he 

leaves the field. 

RULING: Anytime an ineligible player plays in a game and it is brought to 

the attention of the umpire-in-chief before he leaves the field, the game is 



to be forfeited. A coach or the scorekeeper may inform the umpire-in-chief 

of the infraction. Previously, the ineligible player had to be discovered 

while playing in the game. 3-1-1 

SITUATION #13: As (a) SI or (b) starter. 82. steps into the batter's box. the 

umpire notices exposed jewelry. 

RULING: Any player discovered wearing exposed jewelry must be 

removed from the game by the umpire. When a player, who is discovered 

wearing exposed jewelry, is removed from the game, it is treated as 

removal from the lineup, not ejection. A player, such as a starter, does not 

have to go sit down or wait a certain length of time before being allowed to 

play The penalty essentially causes the player to use up a re-entry 

privilege. Starters may re-enter in accordance with the re-entry rule. 

However, substitutes cannot re-enter Therefore, in (a) SI cannot re-enter. 

but in (b) 82. being a starter, may re-enter 

COMMENT: The penalty should never have to be invoked, inasmuch as the 

coaches must verify to the umpire-m-chief prior to the game that all 

players are equipped in compliance with their rules, which includes 

exposed jewelry. 3-1-3 

SITUATION #14: SI bats for the DH Does this terminate the role of the 

DH'' 

RULING: No. There are only two instances when the role of the DH is 

terminated: 1) when the DH enters the game on defense or; 2) when the 

player for whom the DH is batting bats for the DH. 3-1-4 

SITUATION #15K: Coach of Team A enters the coach's box with a 

scorebook attached to a clipboard Is the coach in violation of the rules'' 

RULING: No. A scorebook or similar materials used for scorekeeping 

purposes is permitted. A hand-held ball and strike indicator would also be 

legal. Batting helmets, balls, gloves, jackets (unless worn), etc.. are not 

allowed in the coach's box. 3-3-1-g 

SITUATION #16: With R1 at first. F2 returns the ball directly to F1 . who fails 

to pitch within 20 seconds 

RULING: A ball shall be awarded the batter. 6-1-3-f 

COMMENT: Previously, a pitcher did not have to pitch within 20 seconds 

when runners were on base. 

SITUATION #17: After the first pitch to 81. the umpire notices that 81 is 

taking an unusual amount of time before getting back into the batter's box 

After the second pitch, 81 proceeds to go through the same routine (i.e.. 

stepping out of the batter's box. taking a couple of steps toward the third 

base coach to get her signal, knocking the dirt off her cleats, rubbing dirt 

on her hands, adjusting her cap. etc.). 

RULING: If a batter is delaying the game by not taking her position in the 

batter's box, the umpire should tell her that she has20secondsin whichto 

be ready to hit. If the batter does not take her position in time, the umpire 

shall call a strike and a strike will continue to be called each 20 seconds 

thereafter until she takes her position or until a third pitch is called. No 

pitches need be delivered. 7-3-1 

COMMENT: The umpire should use good judgment when exercising this 

rule and not try to be overly picky There is no need for the umpire to count 

off 20 seconds after each pitch. The rule is there to be used in the event a 

batter does take an excessive amount of time or habitually delays in taking 

her position in the batter's box 

SITUATION #18: The umpire notices on-deck batter of Team A warming 

up with a batting donut on his bat Is that player to be ejected? 

RULING: No, the umpire should have the donut removed immediately and 

remind the coach of the rule. If that team is again discovered using a donut 

or illegal attachment, that player is subject to being ejected from the game. 

If It occurs further, the act will be considered unsportsmanlike and the 

game forfeited according to 4-3-1 -e, 1-3-5 

SITUATION #19: The third base coach is in foul territory and out of the 

coach's box yelling instructions to an advancing runner when a thrown ball 

hits him. 

RULING: If umpire judges that the ball hitting the coach was accidental. 

then there is no penalty and the ball remains alive. 

COMMENT: There is no penalty for being out of the coach's box. 3-2-3 

SITUATION #20: Coach of Team A. not satisfied with a rules interpretation 

he received in a game in which his team was playing, chooses to call the 

National Federation to see if the interpretation was correct. 

RULING: All requests for interpretations or clarifications mustbedirectec 

to the state association which is responsible for administering and 

conducting the high school Softball programs for that state. The National 

Federation will assist in answering rules questions from state associations 

whenever called upon. (Rule Book - page two) 



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1984 NATIONAL FEDERATION TRACK & FIELD 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART I 

PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

Rule Book, 

Page 49 — Rule 7-4-24 — Revise second to last line to read, "When after clearing the bar and landing in the pit. . . ." Page 57 — Rule 9-2-6- 

Change the score of a forfeited dual cross country meet to 15-50 Page 59 — Rule 9-5-1 — l^ove second sentence to 9-4-1. 

Case Book Revision, 

Page 4 — S.R. 3.2.3. — In fourth line, change "pole vault" to "high jump". 



SITUATION #1: In the shot put. A1 and A2 wiarm up with their sweat 
suits on. The weather is cool and breezy, and when they take their 
official trials. A1 competes while wearing a sweatsuit, and A2withaT- 
shirt on becauseof the weather. Following the competition, a protest is 
filed, claiming that A1 and A2 did not compete with the required track 
uniform. 

RULING: The protest shall be denied. It can be assumed that A1 was 
wearing the required school issued pants and jersey underneath the 
warm-up suit, and in an individual event, it is not necessary that track 
pants and jersey be visible. (4-3-1. 4-3-3) 

COMMENT: There have been many instances in which T-shirts were 
not allowed if they were imprinted with the names or logos not 
identified with the school's track uniform. In individual races, where 
the identity of the school might be important to inspectors, the track 
jersey should be worn on the outside of the T-shirt. If competitor 
numbers have been issued, they must be visible during competition. 
SITUATION #2: In the 110m high hurdles, Al's hurdling technique is 
such that his arm action extends into an adjacent lane. While no 
physical contact is detected, it is obvious that this action presents a 
hazard to B1 

RULING: While a runner's position in the lane is usually determined by 
the runner's feet, the hurdler could be disqualified for interference if his 
arm action, obviously extended to the adjacent lane, "unfairly changed 
the course of natural running rhythm" of B1. (4-5-3; 5-10-1) 
COMMENT: In the absence of any physical contact with an opponent, 
it would have to be pretty obvious that the arm action extended into the 
adjacent lane, and presented a real hazard to the opponent 
SITUATION #3: Following the 800m run. an alleged violation of runner 
interference is reported to the referee by (a) two members of the Jury of 
Appeals who are sitting inthe stands, or (b) one of the finish line judges, 
or (c) an inspector who was stationed on the opposite side of the track 
from the alleged violation. In all three situations, the inspector(s) 
assigned to the area where the alleged violation occurred, reported no 
interference had occurred. 

RULING: In (a) and (b), it is not the responsibility of these officials to 
serve as "inspectors" and as long as no violation was observed or 
determined by the inspector(s) assigned, or by the referee personally, 
no disqualification would be in order. In (c), the referee will make his 
decision based on the information he receives from the head inspector 
and will undoubtedly give a great deal of consideration to the report of 
the inspector(s) assigned to the area in which the alleged violation 
occurred. (3-10-3; 3-4-3) 

SITUATION #4: During the third lap of the 3200m run, while the 
runners are tightly bunched, A1 falls to the track losing a shoe in the 
process. Though the inspector saw the runner fall to the track, no 
interference was observed and no disqualification was made. 
Following the race, Team A's coach requests that A1 be allowed to 
rerun the race (alone) at a later time in the meet, in order to try to qualify 
by time for the state meet. 
RULING: The request should be denied. 

COMMENT: Even if interference had been detected, and the runner 
disqualified, it is highly unlikely that the referee would have ordered a 
rerun of a 3200m race and/or permitted A1 a second attempt to qualify 
on the basis of time. 

SITUATION #5: Following the completion of the pole vault event, two 
boys are tied for first place at 13 feet. When (a) and (b) of 7-4-25 are 
applied and the tie still remains, the judge orders a jumpoff. Both A and 
B successfully make the additional attempt at 13 feet When the bar is 
raised to 13 feet, 3 inches, A1 successfully clears the bar and B1 fails 
The coach of A1 approaches the judge and asks him if 13 feet, 3 inches 
is the winning height and whether or not it will break the existing record 
of 13 feet, 2 inches. 

RULING: The winning height is 13 feet. 

COMMENT: When a jump-off is held to break the tie for first place in 
the high jump or pole vault, it cannot alter the winning height which is 
determined following the regular competition that preceded the jump- 
off. 

SITUATION #6: During the first exchange in the 4 x 100m relay, the 
baton is dropped in lane 3 and rolls into lane 1 where outgoing runner 
A2 picks up the baton withinthe limits of the exchange zone (in lane 3 
extended through lane 1) and (a) takes a course to return to lane 3, or 
(b) continues running in lane 1 through the first curve and then returns 
to lane 3 prior to making the second exchange. 
RULING: Legal in (a). In (b), Team A will be disqualified. (5-9-7) 



COMMENT: Retrieving a baton that is dropped within the exchange 
zone and rolls into an adjacent lane, is permitted by either runner 
provided (a) no interference is caused, (b) the baton is retrieved within 
the limits of the exchange zone, and (c) the runner returns to the 
assigned lane without gaining an advantage. 

SITUATION #7: In the pole vault event, the coach of Team B protests 
that A1 is competing while wearing gloves. 

RULING: Gloves are not considered an illegal aid. unless they contain 
some material to specifically improve the gripping surface, such as 
surgical gloves or some models of golf gloves When it is evident the 
gloves are worn only to protect the hands, these should be permitted. 
^7-2-8) 

SITUATION #8: During competition, the event judge notices (a) Al's 
shot has an indentation that provides a special gripping surface, or (b) 
the pole vault judge notices the tape on vaulter Bis pole has rolled 
down to provide ridges in the gripping area. 

RULING: In (a), the judge will impound Al's shot which apparently 
became illegal through use (if it had been inspected prior to 
competition), and in (b). vaulter 81 will be requested to remove and 
replace the tape on his pole (4-5-7; 6-4-1; 7-4-2; 7-4-15) 
COMMENT: Implements and equipment that become illegal through 
use must be replaced but marks made prior to the discovery will stand. 
SITUATION #9: In a meet on a six-lane track involving eight schools, 
the games committee has determined that the 4 x 100m relay will be run 
in two sections with places determined by times In the first heat. Team 
A who finished first and Team B who finished second have identical 
times of 42.5 Team C who won the second heat also finished in 42 5 
RULING: Team A and C tie for first and Team B is third (5-5-7) 
COMMENT: Even though placing is by time, identical times withinthe 
same section do not result in a tie if one team (or competitor) is picked 
by the finish judge to place above another competitor in the same 
section 

SITUATION #10: In the 4 x 200m relay, members of the competing 
teams report to the starting line for final instructions. All competitors 
are wearing their warm-ups and following instructions, some team 
members are sent to the first and third exchange zones across the 
track When the contestants are instructed to remove their warm-ups in 
preparation for the race, it is observed that members of Team B are not 
wearing identical uniforms 

RULING: Team B will not be permitted to start the race because team 
members are not in their proper uniform The race will not be delayed 
in order to permit the team to comply with the rules (4-3-4) 
SITUATION #11: In an invitational cross country meet, each team is 
restricted to seven runners Following the competition, it is discovered 
that Team A had erroneously entered eight runners 
RULING: Team A will be disqualified (9-4-1) 

SITUATION #12: In the 1600m run. the starter gives the command. 
"Runners Set " after which A1 begins leaning forward. 
RULING: If the starter has given all competitor's a reasonable time to 
assume their set position. A1 will be disqualified. (5-7-4) 
COMMENT: The starter will have to determine whether (a) the motion 
was after A1 had assumed a set position, or (b) A1 delayed assuming 
the set position. In the latter case, the starter has the prerogative of 
canceling the start and warning A1 to assume the set position upon the 
starter's command, or disqualifying A1 for a false start for failing to 
comply with the starter's command 

SITUATION #13: After a legal start. A1 stumbles coming out of the 
blocks, and following the race, the coach of Team A protests that the 
recall gun should have been fired because A1 did not get a "fair start " 
RULING: Unless there were some extenuating circumstances, such as 
slipping of the starting blocks, the protest will be denied. (5-7-6) 
SITUATION #14: After A1 has passed three ccSnsecutive heights in the 
pole vault, he requests a warm-up jump without the crossbar in place. 
After the warm-up jump, the official calls A1 for a trial at the current 
height but A1 indicates he wants to pass. 

RULING: Legal. There is no obligation to take a trial following a warm- 
up jump. (7-4-10) 

COMMENT: The purpose of permitting a warm-up jump following 
three consecutive passed heights is to allow the better competitor in 
large fields, where there may be a long delay from the beginning of 
competition until the height a competitor wishes to enter the 
competition, to retain their timing and stay loose Following a warm-up 
jump, the competitor would not be entitled to another warm-up jump 
until he had passed another three consecutive heights. 



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OLDHAM CO. 



MARSHALL CO. 



LAUREL CO. 



MARSHALL CO. 



MARSHALL CO. 



MUHLENBERG CENTRAL 


45 


ATHERTON 






76 


35 


ATHERTON 


BELFRY 


40 


FRANKLIN-SIMPSON 


49 




52 


BELFRY 







MARSHALL CO. 



CHAMPIONS 





ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 




Carol Parker . 


. Marshall Co. 


Sherry GIsh . 


. Muhlenberg C. 


Kalhy Splnks 


Bellry 


Pam Gooch - 


Franklin Simpson 


Brigette Combs 


Whltesburg 


Annette Jones 


Atherton 


Rona Poe 


. Marshall Co. 


Kelly Smith 


Laurel Co. 


Michelle Clark . 


Atherlon 


Maria Trosper 


Laurel Co. 


Sabrlna Tussey 


Beltry 


Pam Tanner . 


Southern 





TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS 




Jan Baker 

Clarence Bell . 
Don Byars . . . 
Mike Carter .. 
Rick Chasteen 


MIddletown 

Louisville 

— Lexington 

Mayfleld 

Cynthiana 


Sherman Combs 
Jackie Cupp . . . 
Hade Durbin . 
Phyllis Everiy . . . 
Ernie Liggett . . . 


Canada 

London 

Ellzabethtown 
. Central City 
Newport 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucliy Highi Sciiool Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIV., NO. 10 



MAY, 1984 



$5.00 



NEWLY ELECTED BOARD MEMBERS 










Tony Olinger 



Grant Talbott 



Frank Welch 



Charlie Wilson 



Recently, four new representatives were elected to the Kentucky High School Athletic Association's 
Board of Control. The newly elected members are Tony Olinger, Grant G. Talbott, Frank Welch and Charlie 
Wilson. 

Olinger teaches biology at Lexington Henry Clay High School, where he also serves as an assistant 
football coach and head boys' track coach. He has been em^yed at Henry Clay since 1975. 

Olinger graduated from Hazard High School in 1968. While at Hazard, he lettered in football, basketball 
and track. He graduated from Centre College in 1972, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in the field of 
biology. At Centre, Olinger lettered in football and track. Upon graduation, Olinger was hired by the Harrison 
County school system. He taught and coached in the system for three years. 

Olinger received his Masters Degree in Secondary Education from Georgetown College in 1980, and is 
currently enrolled in Georgetown's Rank I program. He replaces Alvis Johnson of Harrodsburg on the Board of 
Control. 

Talbott, a native of Owensboro, has been employed in the Owensboro Public Schools since 1967. Heisan 
Owensboro High School graduate, where he lettered in basketball and baseball. 

Talbott attended Florida A & M University on a baseball scholarship and graduated in 1967. He received 
his Masters degree from Western Kentucky University and is currently working on Rank I certification from 
Western. During his tenure at Owensboro, he has coached track, basketball and football, on both the junior 
high and high school levels. He is currently coaching tennis and serving as intramural director, in addition to 
this classroom teaching responsibilities. From 1975 to 1981, he coached the Owensboro girls' basketball team, 
participating in the state tournament five of those six years. 

Talbott has been an active member of the Owensboro community, serving as a Little League coach and 
umpire, and also as a member of the Cliff Hagan Boys' Club Board of Directors. 

Talbott, who replaces Whaylon Coleman, also of Owensboro, is married to the former Antoinette Beckley 
of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Welch, who replaces Rowan County Superintendent John Brock, will represent Regions 15 and 16 on the 
Board of Control. Welch received his A.B. degree in English from Pikeville College and his M.A. degree in 
Educational Administration from Morehead State University. He has also earned the Rank I degree in 
Educational Administration from Eastern Kentucky University. 

Welch began teaching at Belfry High School in 1957. He taught English, speech and journalism for eight 
years. He also served as assistant principal at Belfry for four years, and as principal at Bevins Elementary for 
two years. Since 1971, he has served as Belfry High School principal. 

Welch has served on the Board of Directors of the Kentucky Association of Secondary School Principals 
and has received the Secondary Leadership Award from the Kentucky Association of School Administrators. 
He has also served on the Kentuckians for Excellence in Education Committee. 

He and his wife, Geraldine, who is an elementary teacher, hve two daughters. 

Wilson replaces outgoing K.H.S.A.A. President and Knox Central Principal Charles Black. Wilson will 
represent Regions 13 and 14 on the Board of Control. He is currently a counselor at his high school alma mater, 
Leslie County. Wilson earned his B.S. degree from Cumberland College and his M.A. degree from Union 
College. He has also completed his sixth year program in counseling from Eastern Kentucky University. He 
has done additional course work in vocational administration at the University of Kentucky. 

Wilson has a total of 15 years of service in education at the elementary, junior high and high school levels. 
He has also worked as a social worker for the Department of Human Resources, as Assistant Personnel 
Manager of the Falcon Coal Company and as a Vocational Counselor at the Hazard State Vocational Technical 
School. 

At present, Wilson serves as a member of the board of directors of the Red Bird Mission, and since 1978 he 
has hosted a two-hour weekly radio/telephone call-in talk show on Hazard radio. 

Wilson and his wife, the former Rose Stidham, have three children. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1984 



MAY, 1984 



VOL. XLIV, NO. 10 



Published monthly, except Juneand July, bythe Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rateof postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of Octobers, 191 7, authorized May 
3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGiD L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President-Charles Black (1980-1984) Barbourville, Vice 
President-Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) Monticello, 
Directors-John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead, Whaylon 
Coleman (1980-1984) Owensboro, Patrick L. Crawford 
(1982-1986) Louisville, Alvis Johnson (1980-1984) 
Harrodsburg, Robert Rogers (1981-1985) Barlow, Ray 
Story (1982-1986) Radcliff, Chester Turner (1983-1987) 
Fort Thomas, David Webb (1983-1987) Brownville, Conley 
Manning-State Department of Education Representative. 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. Office Building 
in Lexington, Kentucky, on Thursday, April 19, 1984. The 
meeting was called to order at 2;00 p.m. by President 
Charles Black. All Board members. Commissioner Tom 
Mills, Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise, Assistant 
Commissioners Brigid L. DeVries and Louis Stout were 
present. Mr. Black called upon Alvis Johnson to give the 
invocation. 

John Brock made a motion, seconded by Whaylon 
Coleman, that the minutes of the March 16, 1984 meeting 
of the Board be approved. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills introduced special guest, Joan 
Mitchell, President of the Kentucky Girls' Sports 
Association. Ms. Mitchell had requested to appear before 
the Board on behalf of the Association regarding the 
assignment of basketball officials in Region Nine. 
Following her presentation and questions by the Board 
members. President Black assured Ms. Mitchell that 
proper steps would be taken to solve the problem. 

Supt. Robert Jeffrey, Murray School District, appeared 
before the Board and introduced Mr, Eli Alexander who 
presented correspondence regarding a transfer case 
involving a former student at Murray High School. After 
Mr. Alexander's presentation and questions by the Board 
members, John Brock moved that the Commissioner 
reopen the case in question regarding By-Law 6, Transfer 
Rule. Eldon Davidson seconded the motion. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

David Webb moved, seconded by Patrick Crawford, that 
all bills of the Association for the period beginning March 
1, 1984 and ending March 31, 1984 be allowed. The motion 
carried unanimously. 



Whaylon Coleman moved, seconded by John Brockthat 
the Board accept the recommendation of the Executive 
Committee and employ a Sports Information Director. The 
motion carried by a vote of eight in favor and one opposed. 
President Black appointed Chester Turner, Alvis Johnson 
and John Brock to serve on a committee to assist the 
Commissioner in setting qualifications and guidelines for 
filling this position. 

In regard to the possibility of the Board of Control's 
underwriting an annual college scholarship program for 
one boy and one girl. Bob Rogers moved, seconded by 
John Brock, that the recommendation be tabled. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Mills informed the Board that he is in the process of 
checking with the Kentucky Employees Retirement 
System to determine if members of the K.H.S.A.A. non- 
certified staff qualify for membership. Following a 
discussion on the present retirement plan being provided, 
Alvis Johnson moved, seconded by Chester Turner that 
the Board approve the enrollment of the non-certified staff 
in this plan if they qualify. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Alvis Johnson made the motion, seconded by Whaylon 
Coleman, that upon the acceptance of the non-certified 
staff into the Kentucky Employees Retirement System, the 
Association no longer pay the premiums on the retirement 
annuity life endowment policy that is currently being 
carried on each of them. However, each one would be 
permitted to assume title of her policy and pay future 
premiums. The motion carried unanimously. 

John Brock made the motion, seconded by Patrick 
Crawford, that before a discussion of the Staff Committee 
Report, the Board go into executive session. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

After a meeting of the Board in executive session, Ray 
Story moved that Commissioner Mills be granted a four- 
year contract beginning July 1 1984. David Webb 
seconded the motion which carried unanimously. 
President Black appointed Ray Story, David Webb and Pat 
Crawford to serve on a Committee to assist him in working 
out the details of the Commissioner's contracts to be 
presented to the Board for approval. 

Billy Wise gave a financial and attendance report to the 
Board on the Boys' and Girls' Basketball Tournaments. 
The approximate receipts and disbursements forthe boys' 
tournament were $599,617.14 and $188,920.74, 
respectively, with attendance of 132,500. The girls' 
tournament receipts were $118,951.25, disbursements 
were approximately $80,971.07, with attendance of 29,102. 
Mr. Wise stated that the final audit would appear in the 
August "Athlete". 

Mr. Mills recommended that due to the excellent gate 
receipts at both the boys' and girls' tournaments, the 
Board award to the participating schools an additional 
grant based upon the number of games played in the 
tournaments. Following a discussion of the initial grant 
sent to the participating schools for incidental expenses, 
Patrick Crawford moved, seconded by Whaylon Coleman, 
that beginning with the 1984-85 school year, the present 
$500 grant sent to each school participating in the State 
Tournaments be increased to $1500. The motion carried 
by a vote of 8-1. Bob Rogers opposed the motion. 

Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Eldon Davidson, that 
each school participating in the State Basketball 
Tournaments this year be granted an extra $300 per game 
played. The motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills discussed the contents of a letter 
received fromSupt. William Toler, Hardin County Schools, 
recommending that the number of games played in 
football and basketball be reduced. David Webb moved, 
seconded by Bob Rogers, that Mr. Toler's letter be referred 
to the All-Sports Committee for their consideration. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills then read a letter from Kentucky 
School for the Deaf requesting that the Board waive By- 



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PAGE THREE 



(Continued Irom Page Two) 

Law 3, Scholarship for their students due to the fact they 
are handicapped. Bob Rogers made the motion that By- 
Law 3, Scholarship, not be waived for Kentucky School for 
the Deaf, but that the Board would consider each case on 
an individual basis if requested. Whaylon Coleman 
seconded the motion and it passed unanimously. 

Following the discussion of the Kentucky Medical 
Association's recommendation that all head coaches in 
high risk sports of baseball, basketball, football, soccer 
and wrestling take a multiple media course (i.e., betrained 
in first aid and be certified in CPR) and be re-certified as 
needed, and to attend the Sports Medicine Symposium 
sanctioned by the K.M.A. on an annual basis, Alvis 
Johnson moved, seconded by Patrick Crawford that the 
Commissioner be authorized to submit the 
recommendation to the State Board of Education for 
consideration. The motion passed unanimously. 

Commissioner DeVries presented a request from the 
K.H.S.A.A. Volleyball Committee that the state volleyball 
tournament be moved up one week in November, thus 
extending the season by one week. Bob Rogers moved, 
seconded by Whaylon Coleman, that the recommendation 
be approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Mills presented a letter received from Gary Bale, 
Attorney for the Kentucky Department of Education, 
stating that the State Board of Education had voted to 
direct the K.H.S.A.A. to re-evaluate By-Law 6 as it applies 
to students who wish to participate in sports other than the 
ones they participated in at their former school, where an 
unspecified "hardship" can be demonstrated. Following a 
discussion of the contents of the letter, it was referred to 
the All-Sports Committee for further study. 

Commissioner Stout reported that the Wrestling 
Committee met on April 19 and requested that the Board 
consider extending the wrestling season by one week. Pat 
Crawford moved, seconded by David Webb, that the 
committee's recommendation be accepted. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Stout reported that Kentucky does not 
have a 175 lb. weight class in wrestling, but that he has 
received several requests that wrestlers be allowed to go 
out-of-state to compete at this weight level. Bob Rogers 
moved, seconded by Ray Story, that this matter be referred 
to the All-Sports Committee for further consideration. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Pat Crawford moved, seconded by Eldon Davidson, that 
beginning July 1, 1984, all personnel in the K.H.S.A.A. 
Office use state adopted sick leave cards. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Following a lengthy discussion of the type of basketball 
to be used in future state tournaments, Ray Story advised 
that the Basketball Committee would have a 
recommendation to submit to the Board at their next 
meeting. 

Pat Crawford moved, seconded by Bob Rogers, that all 
past Board of Control members of the K.H.S.A.A. be given 
two complimentary tickets to the State Basketball 
Tournaments. The motion carried unanimously. 

David Webb made the motion that Charles Black serve 
as Delegate and Eldon Davidson as Alternate to the 
National Federation Meeting in July. Alvis Johnson 
seconded the motion, which carried unanimously. 

President Black announced a called meeting of the 
Board to be held on May 7, 1984, at 9:00 a.m. at the 
K.H.S.A.A. Office Building in Lexington. 

The next regular meeting of the Board is scheduled to be 
held at Lake Barkley on July 27-28, 1984. 

There being no further business. Bob Rogers moved, 
seconded by Patrick Crawford, that the meeting be 
adjourned. The motion carried unanimously. 

MINUTES OF THE 
SPECIAL BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met in special session at the 



K.H.S.A.A. Office Building, Lexington, on Monday 
morning. May 7, 1 984. The meeting was called to order by 
President Charles Black at 9:00 a.m. Present were Board 
members Eldon Davidson, Pat Crawford, Bob Rogers, 
David Webb, Ray Story, Chester Turner, John Brock and 
Alvis Johnson. Also present was Commissioner Tom Mills. 
The invocation was given by Alvis Johnson. 

Pat Crawford moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson that 
the Board go into Executive Session for the purpose of 
discussing the employment contract of Commissioner 
Mills. The motion passed unanimously and Mr. Mills was 
asked to leave the room. 

President Black declared the executive session over at 
approximately 9:20 and invited Mr. Mills to return. At this 
point, Pat Crawford moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson 
that the employment contract for Commissioner Mills be 
approved as submitted by the Executive Committee. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Pat Crawford moved that the employment contract for 
Billy V. Wise be approved as recommended by 
Commissioner Mills. Alvis Johnson seconded the motion 
and following the discussion, the motion passed 
unanimously. 

Pat Crawford moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that 
the employment contract for Louis Stout be approved as 
recommended by the Commissioner. Following a brief 
discussion, the motion passed unanimously. 

Pat Crawford moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that 
the employment contract for Brigid DeVries be approved 
as recommended by the Commissioner. Following the 
discussion, the motion passed unanimously. 

A copy of the employment contract on each of the above 
named individuals is on file in the K.H.S.A.A. Office files. 

Pat Crawford moved, seconded by Ray Story that the 
1984-85 salary schedule for the non-certified office 
personnel be approved as recommended by the 
Commissioner. The motion passed unanimously. 

David Webb moved, seconded by Chester Turner, that 
the Board authorize the Commissioner to apply for a credit 
card to be used by the Commissioner and members of his 
staff for Association related expenses. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

The Board authorized theCommissionertoadvertisefor 
bids on the host site for the 1986 Boys and Girls State 
Basketball Tournaments. 

Mr. Black thanked the members of the Executive 
Committee for their time and effort and complimented 
them on a job well done. 

Chester Turner moved, seconded by John Brock, that 
the meeting adjourn. The motion passed unanimously. 

Minutes of the 
Annual Meeting 

The Sixty-Eighth Annual Meeting of the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association was held at the office of 
the K.H.S.A.A., Lexington, on Friday morning, April 20, 
1984. The invocation was given by Alvis Johnson. 

President Charles Black called the meeting to order at 
11:00 a.m. Fifty-nine elected delegates or alternates 
answered the roll call. 

Commissioner Tom Mills then presented a report on the 
activities of the Association during the 1983-84 school 
year. Robert Hoagland moved, seconded by Frank Welch, 
that the report be accepted. The motion carried 
unanimously. (The Commissioner's report is printed 
elsewhere in this issue of the "Athlete".) 

President Black introduced newly elected members 
of the Board of Control to the Delegate Assembly as 
follows: Charles Wilson, representing Section 7; Frank 
Welch, representing Section 8; Grant Talbott, 
representing Sections 1-4; Anthony dinger, representing 
Sections 5-8. 

President Black stated that presentation of proposals 
was the next order of business. 

(Continued on Page Four) 




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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1984 



PROPOSAL I 

Principal J, Leiand Clack, Caverna High School, 
proposes that item number 2 under Basketball - Boys & 
Girls in By-Law 27, Limitations of Seasons be changed to 
read "The first basketball game shall not take place prior to 
the Monday following Thanksgiving for football playing 
schools and November 15 tor non-football playing 
schools." 

Keith Collins moved, seconded by Marvin Moore, that 

Proposal I be adopted The motion passed by a vote of 46- 

13. 

PROPOSAL II 

Principal Jerry Ainley, Calloway County High School, 
proposes that item number 3 under Football in By-Law 27, 
Limitation of Seasons be changed to read as follows: "A 
schools' football season ends at the conclusion of its last 
regular season game and/or its elimination from the 
championship play-off competition. Member schools shall 
be allowed twenty (20) days of spring football practice 
from January 1 to March 30 each school year." 

Ray Story moved, seconded by Ewell Smoot, Jr., that 

Prc^osal II be tabled. The motion to table passed byavote 

of 41-14. 

PROPOSAL III 

Principal Jerry Ainley, Calloway County High School, 
proposes that the following be added to By-Law 38, Vote of 
Single Sex Schools "No member school shall be allowed 
to vote upon matters pertaining to any sport in which the 
member school did not participate in the previous school 
year" 

Bill VanWinkle made the motion that Proposal III be 
adopted. The motion was seconded by John Sullivan. The 
vote was 21 in favor of the motion and 38 opposed. The 
motion failed. 

PROPOSAL IV 

Principal Chris Cameron, Trinity High School, proposes 
that By-Law 5, Section 5, Enrollment Elsewhere be 
changed to read as follows: "A student who is enrolled or 
connected with one school may represent another school 
in a varsity contest if the following conditions exist and 
conditions are met: 

1. No corresponding sport is offered at the enrolled 
school. 

2. Application is made to the State Association 
requesting permission and assignment to 
designated school where the student would be 
eligible to participate. 

Marvin Moore moved, seconded by Harlan B. Fleming, 
that Proposal IV be tabled. The motion to table passed by a 
vote of 48-9. 

PROPOSAL V 

Principal Barney Thweatt, Christian County High 
School, and Principal Harold Wood, Hopkinsville High 
School, propose that By-Law 5, Section 4, Preceding 
Quarter, Trimester or Semester Enrollment be changed to 
read as follows: 

1. To be eligible for athletic competition during the 
first semester of each school year, a student must 
have been enrolled the preceding semester and 
must have passed during the preceding semester in 
at least four full credit high school studies or their 
equivalent in units of credit accepted for 
graduation. 

2. To be eligible for athletic competition which begins 
during the second semester, a student must have 
been enrolled during the first semester of that 
school year and must have received a passing grade 
in the first half of each of four full credit subjects or 
units of credit accepted for graduation at the 



halfway point of the school year. 
3. Grade school students must receive passing grades 
in at least four-fifths of their studies to be eligible 
and meet the enrollment requirement as specified 
in sections 1 and 2. 
Robert Hoagland moved, seconded by Phillip Back, that 
Proposal V be adopted. The motion passed by avoteof 53- 
4. 

PROPOSAL VI 

Principal Harold Wood, Hopkinsville High School, 
proposes that the following be added to By-Law 5, 
Preceding Semester: "Out of state transfer students must 
be making normal progress toward graduation based 
upon the academic requirements of the state being 
transferred from. However, said student must adhere to 
Association academic guidelines within one year of 
transfer." 

Ray Story moved, seconded by Harold Ross, that 
Proposal VI be accepted. The proposal passed by avoteof 
40-19. 

PROPOSAL VII 

The K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control proposes that By-Law 
40, Awards be changed to read as follows: 
AMATEUR/AWARDS 

A student who represents a school in an interscholastic 
sport shall be an amateur in that sport. An amateur athlete 
is one who engages in athletic competition solely for the 
physical, mental, social and pleasure benefits derived 
therefrom. An athlete forfeits amateur status in a sport by: 

1. Competing for money or other monetary 
compensation (allowable travel, meals and lodging 
expenses may be accepted); 

2. receiving any award or prize of monetary value 
which has not been approved by his/her state 
association; 

3. capitalizing on athletir fame by receiving money or 
gifts of monetary value (scholarships to institutions 
of higher learning are specifically exempted); 

4. signing a professional playing contract in that sport. 
Accepting a nominal, standard fee or salary for 

instructing, supervising or officiating in an organized 
youth sports program or recreation, playground or camp 
activities shall not jeopardize amateur status. "Organized 
youth sports programs" included both school and non- 
school programs. 

Only awards of no intrinsic value may be accepted by a 
high school student athlete as a result of participation in 
interscholastic competition. All awards shall be made by 
the school or the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association. 

Harold Ross moved, seconded by Bill VanWinkle, that 
Proposal VII be accepted. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

PROPOSAL VIM 

The K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control proposed that By-Law 
6, Transfer Rule be changed to read as follows: 

Any student who represents a secondary school in a first 
team game after enrolling in gradesS through 12 and who 
changes schools shall be ineligible for 36 school weeks. 
The Commissioner may waive the period of ineligibility in 
the event of any of the following circumstances: 

1 . A student who transfers from one secondary school 
to another following a bona fide change of 
residence by his/her parents into the school 
attendance district where he/she wishes to 
participate, or through assignment by the Board of 
Education. A student who becomes emancipated 
shall be deemed not to have a bona fide change of 
residence absent proof that the change of 
residence was compelled by circumstances beyond 

his/her control. 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1984 



PAGE FIVE 



(Continued from Page Four) 

2. Same as now. 

3. Same as now. 

4. Same as now. 

Note: The Commissioner may not waive ttie period of 
ineligibility for a student even though there has been a 
bona fide change of residence, (1 ) if there is evidence of 
recruitment by anyone either connected or not connected 
with a member school, (2) if there is evidence that the 
transfer is for athletic advantage. A transfer for athletic 
advantage is defined as, but not limited to: 
(a) seeking a superior athletic team; (b) seeking relief due 
to a conflict with the philosophy or action of an 
administrator, teacher or coach relating to sports; (c) 
seeking a team consistent with a student's athletic 
abilities; or (d) seeking a means to nullify punitive action 
by the previous school. 

Administrative Responsibility - The Association must 
rely upon the voluntary compliance by its memberschools 
in enforcing the eligibility standards as set forth in this 
rule. Therefore, the Principal in each member school has 
the affirmative obligation to report to the K.H.S.A.A. any 
violations of these standards. The fact that a school has 
disclosed thatthere has been an eligibility violation will not 
relieve the affected school of sanctions that may be 
imposed against it. However, the failure to disclose an 
eligibility violation may be grounds for imposing 
additional sanctions upon the offending school. 

Harold Ross moved, seconded by Robert Hoagland, that 
Proposal VIM be adopted. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

PROPOSAL IX 

Any student who participates in any athletic contest 
other than as a representative of his/her school during the 
season of the sport involved, without the expressed written 
permission of the Principal, becomes ineligible to 
represent a member school in that sport for the remainder 
of that season. 

Harold Ross moved, seconded by Wilton C. Gant, that 
Proposal IX be tabled. The vote to table Proposal IX failed 
to receive a majority vote for passage. The vote was 13 in 
favor of the motion with 36 voting to oppose the motion. 

Marvin Moore then moved that Proposal IX be adopted. 
Luther McDowell seconded the motion. The motion to 
adopt Proposal IX was defeated by a vote of 26-31 . 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned by President Black. 

Kentucky Hi^h School Mlelic TLssociation 

1983-84 ANNUAL REPORT 

(Presented to Delegate Assembly) 

Two hundred ninety-eight schools joined the 
Association for the 1983-84 school year. Ten of these 
schools enroll girls only and eight have only boys. In 1 982- 
83 there were 299 schools, in 1981-82 there were 305. 

There were 196 schools involved in Football. Classes A, 
AA, AAA and AAAA championship games were played at 
the Fairgrounds, Louisville. Attendance was 
approximately 15,728 and gross receipts were $58,748.00. 
Expenses involved in conducting the state football 
playoffs were $30,598.27. 

In Cross Country 173 boys' teams entered twenty-four 
regional meets. One hundred forty-seven girls' teams 
entered all three classes in twenty-three regionals. The 
expenses incurred In sponsoring this sport were $9,1 02.1 8 
and the receipts were $3,609.00. Classes A, AA and AAA 
were held in Lexington at the Kentucky Horse Park. 

There were fifty-five schools competing in Wrestling, in 
eight districts and four regions with the winner and runner- 
up in each weight class advancing to the finals. The 
championship tournament was held at Atherton High 
School with the receipts and expenditures not available at 



this time. A complete report will appear in the audit. 

In Swimming, fifty-seven girls' teams and sixty-four 
boys' teams competed for the championships. The meets 
were held at Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, on 
February 24-25. The receipts were $956.00 and the 
expenses were $7,432.88. 

The approximate gross receipts from the boys' and girls' 
district basketball tournaments were $489, 171. 22 whilethe 
regional tournaments took in $491,122.21, for a total of 
$976,293.43. Attendance at the Boys' State Tournament 
was approximately 132,500 as compared to 124,224 for last 
year. The gross receipts this year for the tournament are 
estimated at $599,617.14, with expenditures of 
approximately $188,920.74. Attendance at the Girls' State 
Basketball Tournament was 29,102. The gross receipts 
were $118,951.25 with expenditures of approximately 
$80,971.07. A complete report will appear in the audit. 

There were seventeen teams competing in the State 
Rifle Marksmanship Meet in Louisville. 

Approximately five teams competed in the State Fencing 
Meet on April 7, 1984 at Atherton High School, Louisville. 

There were nine schools with boys' Gymnastics teams 
and fourteen with girls. There were two girls' regional 
meets held at Paris High School and Kentucky Country 
Day School, but there was not sufficient number of boys' 
teams to justify a regional. The state meets were held at 
Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, on February 18. 
The receipts were $572.00 and expenses were $3,669.84. 

There were sixty-one schools competing in Soccer. The 
State Tournament was held in Louisville from November 1- 
5. The receipts were $10,287.87 and expenses incurred 
were $7,977.82. 

The number of schools competing in Volleyball was 
sixty-two. The K.H.S.A.A. sanctioned tournament was 
held at Northern Kentucky University on October 28-29, 
1983. Expenses incurred were $4,415.10 with receipts of 
$3,106.00. 

In the other sports that are to <oilow, 266 baseball teams 
will compete in fifty-eight districts and sixteen regions; 127 
Softball teams will compete in twelve regions; 178 girls' and 
177 boys' track teams will compete in twenty-four regions 
each; 116 girls' golf teams and 155 boys' teams will play in 
19 regions; 178 girls' tennis teams and 177 boys' teams will 
play in eleven regions. State championship meets will be 
held in baseball at Paintsville; Softball tournament at 
Lexington; classes A, AA, and AAA track at the University 
of Kentucky, Lexington; girls' golf at Elizabethtown 
Country Club, Elizabethtown; boys' golf at Anderson Golf 
Course, Fort Knox; tennis at the University of Kentucky, 
Lexington. 

Total of 2801 officials registered with the Officials' 
Division of the Association as of April 1, 1984, and the 
number of approved and certified officials in each sport 
are as follows: 

Regstrd Apprvd Crtfd Total 



Baseball 


335 


135 


100 


570 


Basketball 


750 


359 


477 


1586 


Football 


188 


193 


366 


747 


Soccer 


92 


50 





142 


Softball 


154 


43 





197 


Track & Field 


13 


2 





15 


Volleyball 


45 


9 





54 


Wrestling 


49 


10 


9 


68 



Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise conducted twelve 
clinics in Football and sixteen in Basketball for officials 
and coaches. Assistant Commissioner Louis Stout 
conducted twelve Baseball clinics and five Softball clinics 
for officials and coaches throughout the state. Assistant 
Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries conducted three Track 
clinics and three Volleyball clinics for officials and 
coaches. 

The Board of Control, the Assistant Commissioners and 
I are grateful for the cooperation the superintendents, 
principals, athletic directors and coaches have given us in 
running the program for the Association. 



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^n "ATHLETIC DIRECTIONS" 

A ATHUTK J 

XjJx 1384 State Conference Report 

The 8th Annual KHSADA Conference was held April 29, 
30, and May 1 at the Executive West in Louisville, This was 
by far the biggest and best conference our Association has 
ever sponsored. Attendance was up over 30% from last 
year and gave further evidence that we are an organization 
on the move. 

The Board of Directors, at theirannual meeting, voted to 
keep the Conference at the Executive West in Louisville on 
April 28, 29 & 30. 1985 at a cost of $40.00 for early 
registration. 

Highlighting the conference agenda were the following 
workshops: 

1. "The Computer and Athletics", by EricHoemeyerof 
Sport Stats, Inc. 

2. "Nutrition and Athletics", by Peg Plaut of the Dairy 
and Nutrition Council. 

3. "Trends and Changes in the KHSAA", by Billy Wise. 
KHSAA Executive Assistant to the Commissioner. 

4. "NCAA Rules and College Recruitment", by Bill 
Olsen and Don Belcher, U. of Louisville Athletic 
Directors. 

5. "The Principal as the Athletic Director", by Joe 
Watkins, Principal of Warren East High School. 

Those in attendance were most pleased with the 
program offered. We wish to express our thanks to all 
those who helped with the many duties necessary to have a 
successful conference. We hope more A.D.'s and 
Principals from throughout the Commonwealth will begin 
to attend these professional meetings and become more 
active in their professional organization in 1985. 

Have a good summer. 

Jim Reuther 
KHSADA President 



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K.A.T.S. CORNER 

Due to Mother Nature, last year's football season was a 
hot issue. Many games wereshortened orcancelled dueto 
the heat and humidity. Many teams simply ran out of 
players due to their suffering various forms of heat illness. 
It became such a problem that a special committee made 
up of doctors, trainers, coaches, principals and others was 
formed to look at the problem and attempt to find a 
solution or alternatives. 

With being the last issue of the "Athlete" until late 
August, now is the time to start thinking about preventing 
heat illness next season. The following article written by 
Sue Stanley, assistant athletic trainer at the University of 
Kentucky. 

Heat Illness 

With the approach of warmer weather, everyone's 
thoughts are turning to outdoor activities. Unfortunately, 
with the rise of the thermometer, the occurrence of heat- 
related illnesses also increase. Everyone from the week- 
end jogger to the competitive athlete is susceptible to heat 
illness. The key to avoid this potentially dangerous 
condition is to understand it, know how to treat it, and most 



importantly, know how to prevent it. 

Anytime we exercise, our muscles produce heat. Some 
of the heat is released from the body through breathing, 
but most of the heat is released from our bodies through 
sweat. Profuse sweating results in loss of body fluid. This 
deficit may cause anything from heat cramps to the more 
serious and potentially fatal heat stroke. 

Heat illness may generally be characterized in three 
categories. Heat cramps are the most common and least 
serious. This condition is characterized by severe cramps 
in one of the large muscle groups, such as calves, 
hamstrings and abdominals. The treatment is to give 
plenty of water, gently stretch the affected part, and gently 
massage the area. Return to activity should be only after all 
symptoms disappear. 

Heat exhaustion is a more serious condition. The 
oymptoms are profuse sweating, exhaustion, dizziness, 
and normal body temperature. The treatment is to 
administer plenty of fluids, remove wet clothing and 
equipment, and cool the body with cold towels or ice. 

Heat stroke is a MEDICAL EMERGENCY. If heat stroke 
is not treated, death will occur. Heat stroke occurs when 
the sweating mechanism shuts down. The body has no 
way of cooling itself. The body's core temperature can rise 
from 98.6° to 106° in just twenty minutes. Heat builds up 
inside the body and permanent damage can occur to the 
kidneys, liver, and brain. The victim's skin will be hot and 
dry. the body temperature will continue to rise, and the 
victim may or may not be conscious. All wet clothing and 
equipment should be removed, the body should be cooled 
as quickly as possible with ice, ice towels, or immersion in 
cool water. Water should be given if conscious. Immediate 
medical attention is imperative. 

The best treatment for heat illness is to prevent it before 
it occurs. The following are very important considerations 
in the prevention of heat illness. 

1. Acclimatization - condition the athlete inn 
environmental conditions similar to practice and game 
situations. Start practice sessions slowly and increase the 
length of the sessions gradually. 

2. Know environmental conditions - know temperature 
and humidity during all activities. Alter or cancel practice 
or games if the temperature and/or humidity are high. 

3. Monitor weight loss - use weight charts to weigh in 
and out of practice to determine the persons who lose 
large amounts of weight and will be more susceptible to 
heat illness. 

4. Wear appropriate clothing - as much body area as 
possible should be exposed during the hot months. Wear 
mesh jerseys, low socks, shorts, sleeveless shirts, and 
change clothing that is wet. Rubber suits should never be 
worn. 

5. Be in condition - well-conditioned athletes are less 
susceptible to heat illness. Overweight people run a higher 
risk of having problems. 

6. Give unlimited water - the most Important 
consideration in the prevention of heat illness is unlimited 
water before, during and after practice. Thirst is not always 
a good indicator of how much water is needed. Salt tablets 
are not necessary and can be dangerous. Breaks should be 
given frequently during hot weather. Water is what is 
depleted and water is what needs to be replenished. 




Knowing is not enough; 
We must apply. 
Willing is not enough; 
We must do. 

— Goethe 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY. 1984 



PAGE SEVEN 




Game Guy Award 

Bubba McCullar 



The Game Guy Trophy is awarded to a high school 
athlete in the State of Kentucky who has overcome a 
physical handicap and participated in high school 
athletics. Bubba McCullar was the unanimous choice of 
the K.H.SA.A. for the 1984 award. 

Bubba is a senior at Jeffersontown High School. He is a 
cerebral palsy victim who has overcome this debilitating 
disease to become an outstanding student and athlete in 
both football and baseball. He is a "B" student with a 3.3 
grade average. He was voted Kentucky Boys State 
Speaker of the House and is listed in "Who's Who in 
American High School Students". 

Mr. Dick Lombard, in his letterof recommendation, feels 
that Bubba is truly a game guy considering he has 
overcome a very serious handicap to be a part of the 
athletic program, 

1984-1985 
CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES 



July 30-31 
August 1-16 
August 14 & 16 
August 20-22 
August 21 
September 10 
October 1-25 
October 22-26 
October 26-27 
October 27 
October 29 - Nov 
November 2-3 



November 3 
November 9-i0 



Novemoer 10 
November 16-17 



November 1 7 & 20 
November 23-24 
December 4 
February 8 9 

February 15-16 
February 21 
Feb<uary 22-23 

February 25 - Marc^ 
March 4-9 
March 13-16 
March 16 
March 20-23 
March 25 & April 2 
May 6 

May 6-1 1 
May 7 
May 1 1 
May 13-18 
May 14-15 
May 16-17 
May 18 
May 23-24 

May 25 

May 30-31 
May 30 - June 1 



Two Football Cimics tof Coaches and O't'ciais 

Ten Football Cliriics tor Coaches and Officials 

Two Volleyball Cim.cs tor Coaches and Officials 

Three Soccer Cimics for Coaches and Officials 

Volleyball Cimic for Coaches ana Officials 

National Federation Part II Exam ■ Football Soccer Volleyball 

Sixleen Basketball Cimics for Coaches and Officials 

Regional Soccer Tournaments 

Girls Regional Volleyball Tournaments 

Regional Cfoss Country Meets 

Slate Soccer Meet 

Foolbaii SuD-Distncl Winners Play 

State AAAA District Wmners Play 

Jefferson County First Round Play-Offs 

Slate Volleyball Tournament 

Slate Cross Country Meet 

Wresllmg Clmir for Coaches and Otticials 

Foolbaii District Winners Play 

State AAAA Regional Wmners Play 

Jefferson County District Winners Play 

Wrestling Cimic for Coaches and Officials 

Football Regional Winners Play 

State AAAA Sectional Winners Play 

Jefferson County Finals 

Wrestling Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

State Foolbaii Championship Class A AA AAA AAAA 

National Federation Pari II E*am - Basketball Wrestling 

Regional Swimmmg Meets 

District Wrestling Tournaments 

Regional Wrestling Tournaments 

Track Cimic lor Coaches and Officials 

State Swimming f,^eet 

State Wrestling Tournament 

District Basketball Tournaments 

Regional Basketball Tournaments 

Girls Stale Basketball Tournament 

National Federation Part II Exam - Baseball Sottbaii Track 

Boys State Basketball Tournament 

Track Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Girls Regional Golf Tournaments 

Girls District SoUball Tournaments 

District Baseball Tournaments 

Boys Regional Goll Tournaments 

Regional Track Meeis 

Regional Baseball Tournaments 

Slate Golf Tournament 

Girls Regional Softball Tournaments 

Sectional Track Meets 

First Round Of State Baseball Tournament 

Girls State So'tball Tournament 

Regional Tennis Tournaments 

State Track Meet 

Semi-Final and Final State Baseball Tournaments 

State Tennis Tournaments 



Volleyball Major Rule Changes 
for 1984-85 

1-5-2 Specifies the score of a game forfeited after the 
start of the game shall reflect the points scored 
by the offending team and 15 points, or sufficient 
number to reflect a 2-point advantage, for the 
winning team. 

2-2-1 Indicates that all obstructions, regardless of 
attachment, over a playable surface are in play. 
Obstructions over a nonplayable surface are 
out-of-bounds. 

3-1-3 Specifies that it is recommended the standards 
(including cranks), cables and referee's stand be 
padded with a minimum of 1" soft, flexible 
material. 

6-3-1a Indicates teams shall occupy the bench located 
on the side of the net adjacent to their playing 
area throughout the game. 

6-3-2b States at the time of the serve, the center forward 
shall not be as near either sideline as adjacent 
front line players; center back shall not be as 
near either sideline as adjacent back line players; 
no back line player shall be as near the center 
line as the corresponding front line player. 

9-3-3b Specifies a back line player shall not return a ball 
which is completely above the top of the net. 

9-5-1a (2)Allows a served ball to be blocked before it has 
crossed the net. 

9-7-2d 

9-8-1 Specifies it is a net foul for a player to grasp the 
floor or wall cables, standards or referee stand 
for support. Incidental contact is not penalized. 

9-11-1 States if a coach's request for substitution Is 
recognized, then the coach withdraws the 
request, the substitute does not havetoenterthe 
game but unnecessary delay is called. 

9-11-PEN Defines the penalty for unnecessary delay, either 
prior to or during the game, as the assessment of 
a time-out with the team being given the 60 
seconds. If the team has already used its 2 time- 
outs, point or side-out will be awarded. 

10-4-1 Redefines illegal substitution as a substitute 
entering the game without official's recognition 
of the request, in the wrong position, or a fourth 
time; reentering during the same time-out or 
being an unlisted substitute. 

10-5-1 Defines "improper substitution procedure" as 
occurring when the players involved do not 
stand in the proper location, do not give their 
numbers to the umpire, enter or leave the court 
before told to, or giving the wrong numbers or 
reversing the numbers. 

10-5-PEN Specifies that if incidents of improper substitu- 
tion become excessive unnecessary delay is 
called. 

11-2-2 Allows a team to use their time-outs prior to the 
start of the game. 

Officials New signal for illegal alignment, illegal hit or 

Signals serve, side-out, intentional screen, end of game 
and unnecessary delay. 



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VOLLEYBALL CLINICS 
1984-85 



August 14 Iroquois H.S., Louisville - 7:30 p.m. 
August 16 Dixie Heights H.S., Ft. t^itchell - 7:30 p.m. 
August 21 ■ Alumni Gym. UK, Lexington - 6:00 p.m. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1984 



TED SANDFORD AWARD 



J.B. MANSFIELD AWARD 




Jeff Royce 



To foster the ideals exemplified by Ted Sanford, former 
Commissioner of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association, the Courier-Journal and Times inaugurated 
the Ted Sanford Award to be given annually to a player in 
the K.H.S.AA, Boys' State Basketball Tournament who 
excels in four areas; basketball ability, academic 
accomplishments, sportsmanship, and citizenship. This 
year a committee composed of school personnel from 
throughout the state selected Jeff Royce of Bourbon 
County High School, Paris, Kentucky. 




Sabrina Tussey 



The J.B. Mansfield Award for girls was won by Sabrina 
Tussey of Belfry High School, Belfry, Kentucky. The 
annual award inaugurated by the Courier-Journal and 
Times is presented to the player in the K.H.S.A.A. Girls' 
State Basketball Tournament who excels in four areas: 
basketball ability, academic accomplishments, 
sportsmanship, and citizenship. The selection was made 
by a committee of school p'-sonnel from throughout the 
state. 



1984 MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARDS 





Carol Parker 



Fred Tisdale 



The Most Valuable Player Award is presented annually by the Lexington Herald. The recipient is determined by a vote of 
the coaches of the sixteen participating schools and a panel of sports reporters. The Most Valuable Player Award for the 
1984 Boys' State Basketball Tournament was presented to Fred Tisdale, Logan County High School. The Most Valuable 
Player Award for the 1 984 Girls' State Basketball Tournament was presented to Carol Parker, Marshall County High School. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1984 



PAGE NINE 






STATE WRESTLING 
COMMITTEE MEETING 



The State Wrestling Committee met on Thursday, April 
19, 1984, at 10:00 a.m., at the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association in Lexington. Present tor the meeting 
were: Jay Phillips, Athletic Director, Atherton High 
School: Orville Williams, Seneca High School; Ray Webb, 
Frankfort High School: Wayne Badida, Conner High 
School: Norman Powell, Henry Clay High School: Tim 
Ploesser, Hopkinsville High School. Committee members 
not represented were: Jack Cline, Representative for 
Officials: Tim Perrin, Christian County High School and 
Larry Mann, Kentucky School f/t Blind. 

Orville Williams moved that the Tournament dates be 
moved up one week to avoid running into the National 
Tractor Convention held in Louisville during the weekend 
of February 15-16. The motion was to hold the District on 
February 8-9, the Regionals on February 15-16 and the 
State on February 22-23. Motion was seconded by Wayne 
Badida. The motion passed unanimously. This was 
presented to the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Board of Control for approval and was 
approved during the April 19th Board meeting. 

A motion was made by Jim Ploesser that the District 
Managers (approved by the Committee) would have the 
authority to vote for most outstanding wrestler after 
polling the District Coaches and that the referees would 
get one vote per crew. The motion was seconded by 
Wayne Badida and it passed unanimously. 

There was a discussion concerning the Double 
Elimination during the State Wrestling Tournament. A 
survey will be taken of each school that will have a 
wrestling program. By adding this extra period, we would 
only be adding 48 morematches, time incurred would only 
be approximately one hour. This survey will be sent to 
each wrestling school by Coach Jim Ploesser of 
Hopkinsville High School. 

The Wrestling Committee recommended that when the 
Kentucky Schools participate in wrestling meets outside 
of Kentucky that they be allowed to wrestle in the 175 
pound weight class. However, when out-of-state schools 
wrestle in Kentucky, they would not wrestle in the 175 
pound weight class. 

The Board of Control, regarding this request to wrestle 
175 pounds when taking part in out-of-state meets, moved 
that our schools would not wrestle 175 pound weight class 
when wrestling schools outside Kentucky. A state may 
adopt the National Federation Rule or they may not permit 
their schools to wrestle a weight class that is not listed tor 
our State programs. You will not be permitted to wrestle 
175 pound weight class, period! 

The Committee voted to enhance the State Wrestling 
Program for the State Meet. Each school is to send a team 
picture (with names) to Jay Phillips, Athletic Director, 
Atherton High School tor this purpose. 

The Committee felt that the State Tournament 
Presentation should be re-organized: 

1. Particular spot for photographing winners 

2. Have a person responsible tor gathering the 
individual and team winners (1-2-3) 

The Committee recommended the fees for the referees 
during the State Meet: 

1. $125.00 for the Crew Captain 

2. $110.00 for other two crew members 

The Committee recommended that each school 
participating be sent the Tournament results listing each 
school that took part and how they finished. 
The Clinic dates were set for 1984-85: 

Saturday. November 3 - Western Kentucky, Hopkins- 
ville High School - 1:00 p.m. 
Saturday, November 10 - Northern Kentucky, Conner 



High School - 1:00 p.m. 

Saturday, November 17 - Frankfort, Frankfort High 
School - 1:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, November 20 - Louisville, Seneca High 
School - 7:00 p.m. 
The Regional Alignment and Rotations beginning 
1984-85 will be: 

1984-85: Western Kentucky at North Hardin, Northern 
Kentucky at West Jefferson, Central Jefferson at 
Central Jefferson, Frankfort at Lexington 

1985-86: East Jefferson at Northern Kentucky, 
Northern Jefferson at Central Jefferson, North 
Hardin at Western Kentucky, Lexington at Frankfort 

1986-87: Northern Kentucky at East Jefferson, Central 
Jefferson at West Jefferson, Western Kentucky at 
North Hardin, Frankfort at Lexington 

1987-88: Central Jefferson at Northern Kentucky, 
West Jefferson at East Jefferson. North Hardin at 
Western Kentucky, Lexington at Frankfort 

1988-89: Northern Kentucky at Central Jefferson, East 
Jefferson at West Jefferson, Western Kentucky at 
North Hardin, Frankfort at Lexington 

1984 FENCING CHAMPIONSHIPS 

Atherton High School, Louisville, Kentucky 
April 7, 1984 



BOYS RESULTS: 

1st Place - Oneida Baptist Institute - 43 points 
2nd Place - Jessamine County H.S. - 14 points 

Individual Winners: 

Foil: Tim Hensley, Jessamine County 

Rick Bennett. Oneida Baptist Institute 
Jim Forget, Oneida Baptist Institute 

Epee: Paul Chambers, Oneida Baptist Institute 
Jim Forget, Oneida Baptist Institute 
Charles Dugan, Seneca 

Sabre: Tim Hensley, Jessamine County 

Mike Chambers. Oneida Baptist Institute 
Rick Bennett, Oneida Baptist Institute 

GIRLS RESULTS: 

1st Place - Oneida Baptist Institute - 26 points 

Individual Winners: 

Foil: Amy Driscoll, Sacred Heart Academy 

Barbara Hess, Waggoner 
Teresa Bischott, Oneida Baptist Institute 




NOTICE — 

Results 

of 

State 

Baseball 

Golf 

Softball 

Tennis 

Track 

Tournaments 

will be published 

in the 

Aug. or Sept. ATHLETE. 






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MAJOR BASKETBALL RULES CHANGES — 1984-85 

Undershirts must be similar in color to the shirts. 

Prohibits names, logos or decorations on the sleeves of the shirt or undershirt. 

Section rewritten. 

The 4 time-outs accumulate and may be used at any time. 

Provided coverage for unsportsmanlike fouls. 

Exception. A player fouled in the act of shooting or dunking may grasp the ring 
to prevent injury. 

Provided coverage for contact fouls v\/hich are technical. 

An injured player who has been removed from the game must be replaced 
within 30 seconds. 

10-6 Pen. 1B A flagrant foul carries a 2-shot penalty if it is part of a multiple foul. 



Points of 

Emphasis 1. Traveling 

2. Unethical Practices Violate the Spirit of the Rules 



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1984 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASEBALL RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART 11 



SITUATION #23: The umpire makes a clearly erroneous decision in 
the sixth inning and it is not one involving judgment. If protested, 
will the entire game be replayed or only the remaining innings? 
RULING: Questions of this kind must be decided by the state 
association, if it indeed allows protests. Its decision will depend on 
the circumstances. (4-4-1) 

SITUATION #24: B1 has two strikes. The next pitch hits in the dirt 
and skips through the strike zone. B1 swings at the pitch, which 
was caught by F2 after the first bounce. B1 runs to first, while F2 
holds the ball. 

RULING: Since the ball was not caught in flight (the pitch hit the 
ground), 81 is not out. (7-2-1-a) 

SITUATION #25: With a runner on third and no outs, the batter hits 
a high fly in the infield above the second baseman's head. The base 
umpire erroneously calls "infield fly. The batter is out." The second 
baseman subsequently drops the ball. The runner from third scores 
and the batter ends upon second base. Does the play stand or is the 
batter out, but the run allowed to score? 

RULING: The play would stand. The team at bat has the 
responsibility to know when conditions exist for an infield fly. The 
batter-runner should attempt to reach base safely and then inform 
the umpire that his call was in error. (7-4-f) 
SITUATION #26: 81 hits a towering fly ball down the left field line. 
F7, with one foot in dead ball territory, makes the catch Is the catch 
allowed? 

RULING: Yes. A fielder must have at least one foot in the playing 
area. (5-1-1-h) 

SITUATION #27: On his way to third base, R1 does not touch 
second base, (a) Before he touches third base or (b) after he has 
reached third base, the throw goes into dead ball territory. 
RULING: In (a) R1 may return to touch second base. In (b) he 
would not be allowed to return since he had touched the next 
succeeding base. Even if R1 had not yet touched third when the ball 
became dead, if he advanced to third, and then decided to return to 
touch second, he would be out for having touched the succeeding 
base. (8-2-Penalty) 

SITUATION #28: Prior to the start of the game, the opposing 
coaches agree to play with an orange baseball. 
RULING: Regardless of whether the two coaches agree or not, only 
a white baseball will be allowed. (1-3-4) 

SITUATION #29: The umpire notices F5's glove having a tinted, 
transparent, plexiglass web, which the fielder claim ■; helps shield 
the sun from his eyes on fly balls. 

RULING: Because of the web, the glove would be considered non- 
traditional playing equipment, and therefore is illegal. (1-1-8) 
SITUATION #30: With the bases loaded, B4 hits a long fly ball that 
F9 catches just as the ball is about to disappear over the fence for 
a home run. As the umpire makes the call, he notices that F9's glove 
is considerably bigger than what the rules allow. 
RULING: The illegal glove is simply removed from the game. The 
play stands. (1-3-6) 

SITUATION #31: R1 is on third as 82 hits a fly ball to left field which 
is caught. R1 tags properly, scores and then trots toward his third 
base too early. R1 who has not yet entered the dugout, runs directly 
to third without retouching home and beats the throw there. 
RULING: The run counts, despite all subsequent action. R1 would 
vacate third base and return to the dugout. (9-1-1) 
SITUATION #32: 81 appears at the plate with a metal bat that has a 
bent handle. Is such a bat legal? 

RULING: Yes. Bent handle bats do meet the requirements of a legal 
bat. (1-3-5) 

SITUATION #33: Careless baserunning results in R1 and R2 
occupying the same base. F6 quickly tags both runners. Which 
runner is out? 

RULING: The second runner to occupy the base — R2. (8-2-2-5) 
SITUATION #34: With R1 on first and one out, the next pitch to 82 is 
called ball four, but R1 not knowing it is ball four attempts to steal 
second base. F2 throws down to second base. R1 overslides the 
base and is tagged. Is R1 out? 

RULING: R1 is entitled to second base because of the base on balls 
to 82. However, upon oversliding second base, he forfeited his 
right to the base. Therefore, he would be out if tagged by the 
defense. (8-4-2-e) 

SITUATION #35: If the batter reaches first base safely when the 
catcher misses a third strike, with what is the batter credited? 
RULING: If the third strike was catchable, then it is ruled an error on 
the catcher. If it was not catchable, then itisawildpitch. (9-5-5-1,2) 
SITUATION #36: With one out and R1 on second base and stealing 
on the pitch, 82 strikes out and then interferes with F2 who is 
prevented from being able to attempt a throw to retire R1 at third 
base. 



RULING: With two outs, the batter is out. If two are not out, the 
umpire shall call the batter out and the runner who advanced 
nearest to home. Therefore, B2 and R1 would be out. {8-4-2-b) 
SITUATION #37: With (a) R1 on third base and advancing home, or 
(b) R1 on third base and not attempting an advance, F1 steps 
backward off the pitcher's plate and throws home. The batter hits 
the ball. 

RULING: In (a) the runner on third base is ruled out because of 
batter interference. In (b) the batter is ruled out because of the 
batter interference. The runner remains on third base unless the 
umpire feels the pitcher was trying to deceive the batter and 
intentionally create batter interference. In this case, the batter 
interference is ignored and a balk would be called. (7-3-5) 
SITUATION #38: R1, attemptmg to return to first base, is 
obstructed. Is R1 awarded first base or second base? 
RULING: The umpire has the authority to award R1 as many bases 
as he thought R1 would have had, had there not been any 
obstruction. In all cases, the runner would be awarded at least one 
base beyond the base last legally occupied at the time of the 
obstruction. Therefore, R1 could be awarded second base, or if the 
umpire felt R1 could have advanced farther had there been no 
obstruction, he could award him third base and/or home. (8-3-2) 
SITUATION #39: R1 is on third and R2 is on first with one out. R2 is 
stealing on the next pitch, which the batter hits for aground ball up 
the middle. R2 slides into second base and is hit by the ball before it 
has passed the second baseman or shortstop. 
RULING: R2 is out and the ball is dead. The batter-runner is 
awarded first base. R1 must return to third base. The base does not 
protect the runner from being hit with a batted ball, except when 
the infield fly rule is invoked. (8-4-2-f) 

SITUATION #40: With R1 at first base, F1 prepares to pitch to 82 
from the set position. R1 breaks for second base and F1 whirls on 
his pivot foot and without hesitation, steps and throws to second 
base to put out R1. 

RULING: Legal. It is permissible to throw to an unoccupied base in 
an attempt to put out a runner. (6-2-4-b) 

SITUATION #41: Coach of Team A turns in his lineup card to the 
umpire-in-chief, but moments later returns to tell him that he has 
decided not to start Smith as a pitcher. 

RULING: If Smith does not start and pitch until the first opposing 
batter has been out or has advanced to first base, he will not be 
allowed to play in that game. (3-1-1) 

SITUATION #42: On a single by 81, R2 misses second base and 
runs into F6, who was in the base path without the ball. R2 is tagged 
out before he can reach third base. 

RULING: The umpire shall deal with the infractions as they 
occurred. For missing a base, if R2 returns immediately to touch 
second base, then the umpire would award him the bases he felt R2 
would have reached had there been no obstruction. If R2 does not 
return, he will be called out. (8-2 Penalty) 

SITUATION #43: The umpire notices a player wearing football 
shoes. 

RULING: Football shoes are legal, provided the cleats are not metal 
tipped. (1-1-5) 

SITUATION #44: Team A shows up at the game with brand new 
baseball/softball protective helmets. Upon closer inspection, the 
umpire notices that the helmets do not carry teh NOCSAE (knock- 
see) stamp. 

RULING: Beginning in 1985, all protective helmets must carry the 
NOCSAE stamp. When purchasing new helmets, schools need to 
be certain that the NOCSAE stamp does appear on the helmet. (1- 
1-5) 

SITUATION #45: B1 hits a line drive over the head of F7 into the 
corner, which looks to be an easy triple. Halfway to second base, 
81 severely pulls a hamstring muscle and cannot continue. He asks 
the umpire for "Time". 

RULING: If an injury occurs during a live ball. "Time" shall not be 
called until no further advance or putout is possible. Therefore, 
unless 81 reaches base, he is subject to being tagged out. (5-2-1 -d) 
SITUATION #46: With R1 and B2 between first base and second 
base, the throw from the outfield goes into dead ball territory. What 
is the award? 

RULING: The lead runner is always accommodated first. 
Therefore, R1 would be awarded third base and B2 would be 
awarded second base. (8-3-3-c) 

SITUATION #47: With R1 on first base and one out, 82 hits a home 
run out of the park. R1 misses second base. Does the home run 
count? 

RULING: Yes Baserunning infractions by runners on base do not 
affect the outcome of a home run, unless the infraction results in 
the third out. (8-2 Penalty, 9-1-1) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1984 




1984 NATIONAL FEDERATION TRACK & FIELD 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 



SITUATION #15: During the first exchange in the 4 x 400 meter 

relay, while A1 is attempting to complete the exchange to A2, the 

baton is dropped and rolls beyond the limits of the exchange zone 

where (a) A2 picks it up and completes the second leg, or (b) A1 

retrieves the baton, and returns to the exchange zone where the 

baton IS handed to A2, and A2 proceeds to complete the second 

leg 

RULING: Illegal in (a). Legal in (b). (5-9-7) 

SITUATION #16: During the first leg of a 4 x 800 meter relay (a) A2 

who has tal<en a position in the exchange zone decides to switch 

places with A3 and A3 runs the second leg, A2 the third and A4 the 

fourth, or (b) the coach of Team A, approaches the edge of the 

tracl< and calls out for A2 to switch places with A3 and A3 runs the 

second leg, 

RULING: Legal in (a), but illegal in (b). (5-9-3; 4-5-8) 

COMMENT: While the order of running in a relay race may be 

changed at any time, when the coach of Team A called out these 

instructions, it constituted an unfair act for coaching a competitor 

after the race had been started 

SITUATION #17: After A1 has called to make an attempt by the shot 

put judge, he proceeds to remove his warm-up suit, and sits down 

outside the circle and sprays the soles of his shoes with an aerosol 

adherent Just as A1 enters the circle (a) the judge indicates two 

minutes has elapsed, or (b) B1 protests to the |udge that the terms 

and conditions of the competition have indicated that no adherent 

spray will be permitted on the soles of the shoe in the throwing 

events. 

RULING: In (a). A1 would not be permitted to make an attempt and 

would be charged with an unsuccessful trial. In (b). A1 would not 

be permitted to enter the circle to attempt the throw until the shoes 

which were sprayed were replaced. If the change of shoes could 

not be completed within the two-minute time limit, A1 would be 

charged with an unsuccessful trial. (6-2-9; 3-2-4g) 

SITUATION #18: During the act of putting, the competitor has a 

shot positioned so it is (a) touching the chin. neck, or behind the 

jaw, or (b) six inches from the chin, but during the attempt the shot 

does not drop behind or below the shoulder. 

RULING: Legal in (a) and (b). (6-4-8) 

COMMENT: It is no longer necessary for the shot to touch or even 

be in close proximity to thechin. just so that duringthe attempt, the 

shot does not drop behind or below the shoulder. 

SITUATION #19: Upon arrival at the meet site, the referee is 

approached by the coach of Team A informing him that hisvaulter 

broke his pole while warming up and claims the accident occurred 

because of an illegal vaulting box that had the stopboard at an 

angle of 90°. Upon examining the stopboard, the referee concurs 

that it is an illegal planting box and indicates there will be no 

competition in the pole vault unless meet management can provide 

a legal planting box. Several coaches of other competitors in the 

pole vault question the referee's authority to make such a ruling 

and agree to continue the competition with the illegal planting box. 

RULING: The referee made the proper decision. The referee's 

jurisdiction begins upon arrival at the meet site and coaches have 

no authority to permit athletes to compete with an illegal facility. (7- 

4-8; 3-4-2) 

SITUATION #20: 1 n a jump-off to break the tie for first place in the 

pole vault. B1 decides to pass his attempt after A1 fails (a) at the 

height at which they both failed, or (b) after the bar was lowered 

when A1 and B1 both failed in the first round of the jump-off. 

RULING: Legal in (a). Illegal in (b). 

COMMENT: Rules 7-4-25d (1 ) provides the tying competitor with 

an opportunity to make one more attempt at the height at which 

they failed, but if no decision is reached, the bar is lowered and 

eact) competitor stiall try once at each height 

SITUATION #21: Following the 100 meter dash in which fully 

automatic timing is used, Al's coach protests to the head finish 

judge, the order of finish as determined by the chief finish lin 

evaluator. (3-7-7b) 

RULING: The head finish judge does not have the authority to 

overrule the decision of the chief finish evaluator. (3-7-7b) 



SITUATION #22: During the final lap of the 3200 meter run. 
nonparticipating contestant A2 is running along the inside edgeof 
the track offering encouragement to teammate A1. As A1 rounds 
the final curve, 81 interferes with A1 prompting A1 to shout an 
obscenity to 81. 

RULING: Following a report from the inspector to the referee 
confirming the above violations, A1 and 81 will be disqualified and 
A1 and A2 will also be disqualified from further participation in the 
meet. (4-5-3; 4-5-8a; 4-5-1) 

SITUATION #23: Following the 4 x 200 meter relay, it is discovered 
that the clerk of course assigned Team A to the incorrect starting 
line and the referee orders the race to be rerun. During the original 
race, the head inspector reports that (a) A1 and A2 did not 
complete their exchange with in the limits of the exchange zone and 
Team B was guilty of a lane violation. Team C requests to use one of 
their alternate runners in the rerun. 

RULING: If the referee feels the incorrect starting line may have 
contributed to the relay exchange violation. Team A would be 
permitted to participate in the rerun. Team B will be disqualified 
and not eligible for the rerun and Team C may substitute an 
alternate runner in the rerun provided that runner was listed as 
one of the six possible entries on their relay entry card. (5-11-1; 
3-4-4; 5-9-2) 

SITUATION #24: In the finals of the 200 meter dash, A1 is heavily 
favored to tie or break the existing state record of 20.9. Immediately 
after the start, one of the three timers assigned to first place 
announces that he "failed to r^tch the smoke" and disqualifies 
himself. The other two timers rocord A1 's winning effort at 20.8 and 
21.0 respectively. The winning time is announced at 21.0. Al's 
coach protests that his runner should have been at least credited 
with tying the record at 20.9. 

RULING: When only two watches record the winning effort, the 
slower time must be used. (3-8-3) 

COMMENT: Rule 3-8-1 provides that first place shall be timed by 
four timers, including one substitute timer. This unfortunate 
situation may have been prevented if the substitute, or alternate 
timer had been used, or in the absence of an alternate timer on first 
place, the head timer could have directed one of the timers timing 
some other place to pick up the first place time. In a final race, 
timing first place must be given priority over any other place time. 
SITUATION #25: The anchor runner for a relay team falls while 
approaching the finish line so that the upper torso is across the line, 
but the hand holding the baton is not. 

RULING: It Is not necessary for the baton to cross the finish line, as 
long as it was in possession of the runner when the torso broke the 
plane of the finish line. (5-8-1; 5-8-6) 

SITUATION #26: Team A and B tie for third in a cross-country meet 
(a) Team A has six runners and Team B has five runners, or (b) 
Team A and 8 have only five competitors who finish the race. 
RULING: In (a). Team A will get the higher place. In (b), the tie will 
be resolved by totaling the scores of the first four finishers for Team 
A and B. (9-2-4; 9-2-5) 

SITUATION #27: Following an invitational cross country meet, it is 
discovered that Team A had erroneously entered eight runners. 
RULING: Team A will be disqualified. (9-4-1) 
SITUATION #28: After vaulter A1 has passed three consecutive 
heights, he requests a warm-up jump with the bar in place. 
Following the warm-up trial, the judge calls A1 to make an attempt 
at the existing height. A1 indicates that he will pass this height. 
RULING: Legal. A1 is not required to make an attempt after a warm- 
up jump. 

SITUATION #29: Team A qualifies for the finals in the 1600 meter 
sprint medley relay with runners A1 and A2 running the 200 meter 
legs. A3 the 400 meter leg and A4 the 800 meter leg. In the finals, A1 
and A3 run the 200 meter legs, A2 the 400 meter leg and A4 the 800 
meter leg 

RULING: Legal. It is permissible for the order of running to be 
changed between rounds of competition including medley relays 
where all runners do not run the same distance. (5-9-3) 



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