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ATHLETE 

Official Publication Of The Kentucky High School Athletic Association 




eptember/October 
1993 



Minutes of Two 
Summer BOC Meetings 

Three New Members 
Begin Terms on BOC 

Alignments Detailed 
For All Fall Sports 

Volleyball Committee 
icks Fairdale For Finals 

OpenDates 
^or Football, Basketball 





2 I ATHLETE 



Anti-Drug Brochure Ceases Publication 



By Dick Stickle 

The National Federation 
TARGET Program printed the first 
issue of On TARGET in May 1987. 
Since then, it has been published 
during the school year with four cop- 
ies of each issue being sent, free of 
charge, to 25,000 public and private 
high schools across the nation. On 
TARGET is directed to the high 
school principal, athletic/activity di- 
rector, substance abuse coordinator 
and librarian. 

The intent of On TARGET 
has been to provide schools with 
healthy life-style material that iscon- 
cise, easy to read and informative. 

While many programs exist 



at the elementary and/or junior high/ 
middle school level, there are lim- 
ited programs at the high school 
level. Research from the RAND Cor- 
poration shows that elementary and 
junior high/middle school tobacco, 
alcohol and other drug prevention 
programs, if not tied to further pre- 
vention efforts at the high school 
level, are not successful. 

While some progress has 
been made to slow drug use at the 
high school level, we are a long way 
from solving the drug problem in 
America. The latest National Insti- 
tute on Drug Abuse study indicates 
that drug use at the eighth-grade 
level is again on the rise after three 



years of decline. 

TARGET'S other services, 
such as the National Resource Cen- 
ter, information to state athletic/ac- 
tivity associations, in-state and na- 
tional training, product sales and 
special projects, remain in force. In 
addition, healthy life-style informa- 
tion from schools and state associa- 
tions will be featured in the National 
Federation NEWS publication. 

TARGET wishes to encour- 
age all of our readers to continue 
their efforts in helping youths make 
good decisions. Your efforts can 
make a difference - youths don't 
care how much you know until they 
know how much you care. 



Proper Hygiene Key For Treating Wounds 



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It's late in the game 
and your team is about 
to put the go-ahead 
rj,— wrp points on the board. 
lARGEl . Suddenly, one of your 
players takes a hard fall and starts 
bleeding profusely. The player 
comesto the bench forhelp, but you 
are not sure what procedures to 
follow. 

This is a common situation 
for hundreds of coaches every year. 
What steps do you, or your student 
managers, take if your team does 
not have an athletic trainer or physi- 
cian on site? Inevitably, the respon- 
sibility to make sure the student- 
athlete is properly cared for will fall 
to the head coach. 

Open wounds are the most 
common type of injury treated by 
athletic trainers. They are normally 
caused by trauma and may range 
from a simple scratch to a large, 
deeply bleeding laceration. Thetype 
of treatment is determined by the 
severity of the wound. 

Before any wound is treated, 
however, the individual providing 
care must protect himself or herself. 
Attention to proper hygiene and the 
use of personal protective equip- 



ment is essential to inhibit the trans- 
mission of disease-causing patho- 
gens. Always wash your hands thor- 
oughly before and after any contact. 
Disposable gloves should be worn, 
and then properly disposed of, any- 
time you come in contact with blood 
or body fluids. 

If the wound is bleeding 
heavily, your first priority is to stop 
the flow of blood. The most effective 
method is the application of direct 
pressure to the wound, preferably 
by using a sterile gauze bandage. If 
you cannot stop the bleeding, you 
must seek immediate medical as- 
sistance. Excessive blood is dan- 
gerous and can lead to shock. 

Oncethe bleeding has been 
brought under control, you must 
properly bandage the wound to pre- 
vent infection. A simple step-by- 
step approach to bandaging the 
majority of open wounds follows: 

1 . Wash your hands thoroughly and 
put on a new pair of disposable 
gloves. 

2. If the wound is bleeding, apply 
direct pressure with a sterile gauze 
pad. Small wounds with minimal 
blood flow can be cleaned while they 
are still bleeding. 



3. Apply a liberal amount of aerosol 
soap or warm soapy water. Wash 
the wound using a new sterile gauze 
pad. Start from the inside of the 
wound and work out. Wash at least 
two inches around the wound site to 
kill any germs near the wound. 

4. Once the wound is washed, dry 
the area with a new sterile gauze 
pad. 

5. Saturate another sterile gauze 
pad with a small amount of antisep- 
tic germ killer (i.e., hydrogen perox- 
ide) and clean the wound. 

6. Apply an antiseptic ointment to 
the wound, being careful nottotouch 
the tube to the wound. 

7. Apply a new sterile gauze pad and 
secure with a gauze roller bandage, 
an elastic wrap or some form of 
underwrapping. 

8. Apply adhesive tape to keep the 
bandage in place. 

Do not attempt to remove 
any debris left in a wound afterwash- 
ing; that should be left to a physi- 
cian. Puncture wounds, which are 
caused by pointed objects penetrat- 
ing deep into the skin, should not be 
washed with soap and water. 

(See, Hygiene, Page 8) 



SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 1993 



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Statement On Racism 

In light of a reported racial incident during the 1 992- 
93 school year, the KHSAA has issued the following state- 
ment: 

7776 KHSAA recognizes the cultural diversity of its 
member school athletes, coaches, fans and spectators. The 
Board of Control encourages each of its member schools to 
make an effort to educate its participants and all parties 
involved in the sports program as to the need for a united 
approach to solving problems. In this day and time, prejudice 
on the basis of sex creed or ethnic origin should not and cannot 
be tolerated. The KHSAA encourages each of its member 
schools to unite in this effort. 

The Athlete Reduced 
To Six Issues Annually 

During the State Department of Education's review 
of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association, one of its 67 
recommendations was to reduce the printing costs of the The 
Athlete magazine. 

After surveying its options, the staff of the KHSAA 
opted to reduce the number of issues by four. Therefore, The 
Athlete will be published six times annually, beginning each 
yearwith the September/October issue and culminating with 
the Final Results issue each July. 

Football Statistics 
Reporting Mandatory 

As the KHSAA continues to expand its efforts to 
publicize and promote each of its sports, the Sports Informa- 
tion Department is requiring each of its member schools to file 
a statistics report every Wednesday throughout the football 
season. 

Even if some schools do not have players that reach 
the minimum requirements of a particular category, team 
statistics are still vital to the integrity and accuracy of our stat 
service. 

New statistic fonns were mailed to every athletic 
director in the state on August 24. If you have not received this 
infomnation, please contact SID Brooks Downing as soon as 
possible. 



FREUfi 

Contents 



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ICRABBE LIBRARY 
^ 5-fc;i^TR,AL SER!.-L3 

Minutes 

6/ue Ribbon Commission begins 
review of KHSAA and other 
news from summer Board of 
Control Meetings. 

Welcome New BOC 

Meet the three new members 
that begin terms on the i 993- 
94 KHSAA Board of Control. 



Successful Shootout 

Million Dollar Shootout boasts 
successful financial dividends for 
KHSAA, schools and the Ken- 
tucky Kidney Foundation. 

KAPOS Awards 

KAPOS hands out 10 Stella Gib 
Scholarshps totalling $5,000. 



On The Cover 



St. Henry 's Maureen Egan, left, con- 
gratulates Owen County's Christina 
Brown moments after Brown won the 
1 992 Class A State Individual Champion- 
ship at the Kentucky Horse Park. Egan 
finished second. The 1 993 State Champi- 
onships will also be run at the park in 
Lexington on November 6. 
Photo by Greg Bans 



SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 1993 



VOLUME LV, NO. I 



SUBSCRIPTION RATE $10 



Published six times annually, on a bimonthly basis by the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association, Office of Publication. 2280 Executive Dr., 
Lexington, KY 4050S. Third-class postage paid at Richmond, KY. Accep- 
tance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 1103. 
Act of Oct 3, 1917, authorized May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3S79 to KHSAA, 2280 
Executive Drive, Lexington, KY 40S0S. 



Publisher Billy V. Wise 
Editor. Anne Wesley Mays Editor Brooks Downing 

Assistant: Larry Boucher Assistant: Brigid DeVries 

Assistant: Louis Stout Assistant: Julian Tackett 

lATHLETE (606) 299-KHSA 



SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 1993 



4 4 ATHLETE 



Story Elected KHSAA Board President 



MINUTES 



CALLED MEETING 
June 15, 1993 

The Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association Board of Control 
met in Special Session at 1 p.m.atthe 
KHSAA Office Building in Lexington 
on Wednesday, June 15, 1993. All 
Board members, with the exception 
of Gene Brooks, were present. Also 
present were Commissioner Billy V. 
Wise, Exec. Asst. Louis Stout, Asst. 
Comm. Brigid DeVries and Larry 
Boucher, Bus. Affairs Dir. Julian 
Tackett, KHSAA Attorney Danny 
Reeves, Gary Faulkner of the State 
Department of Education and newly 
elected Board members Cookie 
Henson and Ken Cox. 

President Jack Portwood 
called the meeting to order for the 
purpose of addressing items dis- 
cussed at a joint meeting between the 
KHSAA Executive Committee and 
the SBESE Executive Committee, 
the 1 992-93 Working Budget, the pro- 
posed 1993-94 Budget and two ap- 
peals which had been tabled from a 
previous meeting of the Board. Alvis 
Johnson was called on forthe Invoca- 
tion. 

The first item on the Agenda 
was an appeal of Joe LaGrange on 
behalf of his son, Roman, which was 
tabled from the April 14, 1993, meet- 
ing. Following questions and com- 
ments on the additional information 
which Board members had received 
sincethe previous meeting, Ozz Jack- 
son moved for Executive Session. 
Johnson seconded the motion which 
passed. Following the Executive 
Session, Grant Talbott moved to up- 
hold the Commissioner's decision in 
this case thereby denying Roman an 
additional year of eligibility at Mont- 
gomery County High School. Kathy 
Hopper seconded the motion which 
passed by a vote of 9-2. President 
Portwood then advised Mr. LaGrange 
of the Board's decision and the Due 
Process Procedure. 



The next item involved an ap- 
peal to waive By-Law 30, Postseason 
and All-star Games, on behalf of 
Jason Wamer, a student at Bullitt 
Central High School. Following a 
brief discussion of the matter, Ray 
Story made a motion, seconded by 
Talbott, that Jason's eligibility be re- 
stored, but that he be placed on pro- 
bation immediately until the end of 
the 1993-94 school year. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Gary Faulkner wasthen called 
on to explain the purpose for the 
SBESE's appointment of the Blue 
Ribbon Commission. He advised the 
Board that the purpose of the Com- 
mission is to study optimum methods 
to deliverthe best fonns of athletics to 
high school students. He advised 
membersthat the Commission will be 
made up of 16-20 members which 
should be named at the SBESE meet- 
ing on July 6-7, 1993, and that two 
members are to be nominated by the 
KHSAA Board of Control. Two docu- 
ments ~ Ad Hoc Athletic Committee 
Recommendation and Summary 
Comments ~ re; KHSAA Board of 
Control's Responses, prepared bythe 
SBESE and distributed to the KHSAA 
Board members were then discussed. 
Nominationsforthe Blue Ribbon Com- 
mission were then made by secret 
ballot. Julian Tackett and Anne 
Wesley Mays then counted the bal- 
lots and gave to President Portwood. 
Portwood announced that Story and 
Frank Cardwell had been nominated 
to serve on the BRC. 

President Portwood reported 
that the Executive Committee rec- 
ommendsthat an additional $1 00,000 
be paid immediately on the loan at 
Montgomery & Traders Bank. Ray 
Story moved to accept the 
Committee's recommendation. Stan 
Steidel seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

The Committee then recom- 
mended that the Board no longer pay 
for family insurance coverage forthe 
Staff and that three Association auto- 
mobiles be sold. Talbott made a 



motion to accept these recommenda- 
tions of the Executive Committee. 
Johnson seconded the motion which 
passed 9-2. Story then moved, sec- 
onded by Cardwell, that the Board 
approve agreements with Shoop 
Chevrolet, Dutch's Chevy/Olds and 
Quantrell Cadillacforthe use of auto- 
mobiles for the Association and that 
the Board authorize payment of com- 
prehensive and collision insurance 
with $500 deductible. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Story made a motion that the 
Board go into Executive Session to 
discuss personnel. Welch seconded 
the motion which passed unanimously. 
Following Executive Session, Steidel 
made a motion , seconded by Cardwell, 
that Story be authorized to review 
employment contracts for the Staff. 
Motion passed unanimously. 

Following a discussion of bids 
and prices for a new copier, Steidel 
made a motion to obtain additional 
infonnation and resubmit figures to 
the Board atthe July meeting. James 
Sexton seconded the motion which 
passed. 

Talbott then made a motion, 
seconded by Frank Welch, that the 
Board authorize the Commissionerto 
waive By-Law 8 and By-Law 30 in 
cases where denying eligibility would 
wori<. an evident injustice against the 
student. The motion passed 10-1. 

Asst. Commissioner DeVries 
then requested that the Track Com- 
mittee be given approval to proceed 
with a new Track Alignment. Follow- 
ing a brief discussion. Sexton made a 
motion that any changes are to be 
sent to the KHSAA by July 1 . Steidel 
seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

There being no further busi- 
ness, Cardwell moved for adjourn- 
ment. Welch seconded the motion 
which passed. The meeting was ad- 
joumed at 4:40 p.m. 



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SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 1993 



I ATHLETE 5 



SCHEDULED MEETING 
July 16, 1993 

The Board of Control of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Asso- 
ciation met at the Association Office 
in Lexington, Ky., on Friday, July 16, 
1993. The meeting was called to 
order at 8:30 a.m. by President Jack 
Portwood. All Board members were 
present. Also present were Commis- 
sioner Billy Wise, Assistant Commis- 
sioners Larry Boucher and Brigid 
DeVries, Business Manager Julian 
Tackett, S.I.D. Brooks Downing, Ken 
Tippett, State Dept. Representative 
Gary Faulkner and Board Attorney 
Phi! Scott. 

The Invocation was given by 
Larry Boucher. 

Frank Welch made a motion, 
seconded by Frank Cardwell, that the 
minutes of the April 14-16, 1993, 
meeting be approved. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Welch made a motion, sec- 
onded by Stan Steidel, that the min- 
utes of the June 1 5, 1 993, meeting be 
approved. Grant Talbott requested 
that the following correction be made 
to Paragraph 2, Page 3: "Grant 
Talbott then made a motion, sec- 
onded by FrankWelch that the Board 
authorize the Commissionerto waive 
By-Law 8 and By-Law 30 in cases 
where denying eligibility would wori< 
an evident injustice against the stu- 
dent ". The motion to approve the 
June 1 5, 1 993, minutes passed unani- 
mously as con^ected. 

Ozz Jackson moved that all 
bills of the Association for the period 
beginning April 1, 1993, and ending 
June 30, 1993, be approved. Claudia 
Hicks seconded the motion which 
passed. 

Following a discussion of the 
KHSAA Policies and Procedures 
Manual, Hicks made a motion thatthe 
manual be adopted with corrections. 
Talbott seconded the motion. Steidel 
then recommended that the Board 
add the following statement to the 
Catastrophic Insurance Coverage 
Policy : "The Board strongly recom- 
mends that member schools provide 



an insurance plan for all student-ath- 
letes and begin coverage forthe 1 993- 
94 school year." He suggested that 
the Commissioner provide a copy of 
an overview of the cun"ent policy to 
the member schools by August 20. 
The motion passed unanimously as 
amended, (A copy of the KHSAA 
Policies and Procedures Manual shall 
be made a part of these minutes.) 

Welch made a motion that Ray 
Story be confirmed as President of 
the Board for the 1993-94 school 
year. Ken Cox seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. Story 
then thanked Portwood for his leader- 
shipduring the past year. Storymoved 
to confinm the nomination of Frank 
Cardwell as Vice President of the 
Board for 1993-94. Sexton seconded 
the motionwhich passed unanimously. 
The meeting was then tumed over to 
Story. 

President Story thanked the 
Board for their vote of support and 
announced his plan for conducting 
Agenda Action Items: 

1) Commissionerto present item 

2) Commissionerto make 
recommendation 

3) Adopt or reject the item 

4) Discussion 

President Story then appointed 
the following committees for 1993- 
94. See box on next page. 

The next item on the Agenda 
was a discussion of the Board of 
Control's response to the Kentucky 
Department of Education's Manage- 
ment Review of the KHSAA. Items 1- 
67 were addressed individually and 
changes made as necessary. Frank 
Cardwell made a motion, seconded 
by Grant Talbott, to adopt the Man- 
agement Review with requested 
changes. The motion passed unani- 
mously. (The /Management Review 
with Responses shall be a part of 
these minutes.) 

Tackett then presented the 
1 993-94 Budget by using transparen- 
cies and fielded questions from the 
Board members. Following his pre- 
sentation. Commissioner Wise rec- 
ommended the adoption of the 1 993- 



94 Budget as presented. Jackson so 
moved, seconded by Steidel. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Wise advised 
the Board that he and Tackett met 
with representatives in Louisville re- 
garding the format for the State Foot- 
ball Championships. Due to the fact 
that University of Louisville has a 
home basketball game scheduled for 
December 4 at Freedom Hall, Com- 
missioner Wise recommended that 
the format for playing the football 
championship games remain the 
same as 1992. Welch then made a 
motion that the State Football Playoff 
schedule be as follows: Friday, De- 
cember 3 -Class A, 1:00p.m. &Class 
AA, 4:00 p.m.; Saturday, December 
4 - Class AAA, 1:00 p.m. & Class 
AAAA, 4:00 p.m. Cardwell seconded 
the motion which passed 11-1. 

Commissioner Wise then re- 
quested thatthe Adm. Staff and Presi- 
dent Story be allowed to attend the 
National Federation Sectional Meet- 
ing on September 23 in Morgantown, 
WV. He estimated the expenses to 
be around $1 300, based on 1 992-93. 
Bob Rogers made a motion to ap- 
prove the Commissioner's request. 
Jackson seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

Asst. Comm. DeVries re- 
quested approval of the track align- 
ment that was presented at the June 
meeting with the changes made as 
requested. Stan Steidel made a mo- 
tion that the recommendation of the 
Track Committee be accepted as pre- 
sented with the changes made. Ozz 
Jackson seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Wise advised 
the Board that three of the 
Association's four cars were sold for 
$17,000 and the money deposited 
into a savings account. Sexton in- 
quired about the selling price and was 
advised that the Blue Book value was 
used. 

Tackett requested approval to 
purchase a new copier at a cost of up 
to $12,400. He advised the Board 

(Continued On Page 6) 



SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 1993 



6 I ATHLETE 





1993-94 KHSAA COMMITTEES 


Executive 


AII-SDorts 


Sports Structure 


Ray Story, Chair 


Grant Talbott, Chair 


Claudia Hicks, Chair 


Frank Cardwell 


Ken Cox 


James Sexton 


Ken Cox 


Cookie Henson 


Stan Steidel 


Cool<ie Henson 


Claudia Hicks 


Lany Boucher 


Claudia Hicks 


Bob Rogers 


Brigid DeVries 


Kathy Hopper 


James Sexton 


Louis Stout 


Ozz Jackson 


Stan Steidel 




Bob Rogers 




East ElJaibilltv 


James Sexton 


Football 


Frank Welch, Chair 


Stan Steidel 


Ozz Jackson, Chair 


Ken Cox 


Grant Talbott 


Ken Cox 


Cookie Henson 


Frank Welch 


Kathy Hopper 
James Sexton 


Claudia Hicks 
Ozz Jackson 


Audit & Finance 


Ray Story 


Stan Steidel 


Ray Story, Chair 


Grant Talbott 




Frank Cardwell 


Frank Welch 


West Eliqibilitv 


Claudia Hicks 




James Sexton, Chair 


Bob Rogers 


Constitution & Bv-Laws 


Frank Cardwell 


Stan Steidel 


Kathy Hopper, Chair 


Kathy Hopper 


Grant Talbott 


Frank Cardwell 


Bob Rogers 


Frank Welch 


Ken Cox 


Ray Story 




Cookie Henson 


Grant Talbott 


Basketball 


Claudia Hicks 
O77 Jark*^nn 


Hall of Fame 


Stan Steidel, Chair 
Frank Cardwell 


James Sexton 


Frank Cardwell 
All Board Members 


Cookie Henson 




All Executive Staff 


Kathy Hopper 




Earl Cox 


Ozz Jackson 




Dee Dawahare 


Bob Rogers 




Mike Fields 


Frank Welch 




Larry Vaught 
Bob White 



(From Page 5) 

that an outright purchase appears to 
be the most viable. Steidel made a 
motion that the Board accept the rec- 
ommendation and allow the staff to 
make the final decision on the model 
after having considered lease and 
maintenance agreements. Jackson 
seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

President Story then called for 
lunch recess at noon to reconvene at 
1 p.m. 

President Story called the 
meeting back to order at 1 p.m. Cox 
moved for Executive Session. Welch 
seconded the motion which passed. 
Following discussions of legal and 
financial matters, Welch made a 
motion to retum to Open Session. 
Jackson seconded the motion which 
passed. 

President Story called on Don 
Manning-Miller, Eastern Kentucky 
Child Care Coalition, who had re- 



quested a hearing before the Board to 
discuss concerns of Racism & Diver- 
sity in the Berea community. Follow- 
ing his presentation, President Story 
read the following prepared state- 
ment: "The Board of Control encour- 
ages each of its member schools to 
make an effort to educate its partici- 
pants and all parties involved in the 
sports program as to the need for a 
united approach to solving problems. 
In this day and time, prejudice on the 
basis of sex, race, creed or ethnic 
origin should not and cannot be toler- 
ated." The Board requested that a 
statement of this nature be included 
underBy-Law 17 in the KHSAA Hand- 
book and that this concern be ad- 
dressed at all rules clinics. 

Vice PresidentCardwell, called 
on to preside, asked the Commis- 
sioner for a recommendation regard- 
ing a Resolution of the Russellville 
Independent School District concern- 
ing the 1993 Fourth Region Basket- 
ball Tournament. Cox noted that the 



Board should take into consideration 
the situation addressed in the Resolu- 
tion and discourage its occun-ence 
again in the future. The matter was 
referred to the Basketball Committee 
forconsiderationatthe October Board 
meeting. 

Asst. Commissioner DeVries 
requested that the Board approve the 
following sites forthe State Volleyball 
Toumaments: 1993 - Fairdale High 
School; 1994 - Northern Kentucky 
University. She suggested that the 
toumament be rotated when other 
sites are available. Steidel made a 
motion, seconded by Talbott, that the 
Board concurwith the Volleyball Com- 
mittee and approve their recommen- 
dation after checking the sites. The 
motion passed 11-1. 

Asst. Comm. Boucher pre- 
sented the following recommenda- 
tion of the Soccer Committee: Forthe 
next two years the semi-state soccer 
finals be held at the home site within 
the section. The host winner in 1993 
will come from regions 1,3,5,7 and 
the host winner in 1994 will come 
from regions 2,4,6,8. Rogers made a 
motion that the recommendation of 
the Soccer Committee be accepted. 
Cox seconded the motion, which 
passed unanimously. 

Steidel presented a concem of 
the Volleyball Committee relating to a 
modified fee structure for shortened 
matches. Hethenmadeamotionthat 
for shortened matches, officials re- 
ceive $1 4.00 forthe first match played 
($4.00 travel fee plus $10.00 match 
fee) and $10.00 per match for every 
match thereafter. Sexton seconded 
the motion which passed unanimously. 

Cardwell then made a motion 
to accept the following "Severe 
Weather Policy" for officials as pre- 
sented by Asst. Commissioner 
Boucher. 

"The Referee must delay 
or cancel a game at the first sight of 
lightning or the first sound of thunder 
at the game site. The site must be 
cleared immediately of all persons. If 
it is anticipated that the storm will 



SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 1993 



I ATHLETE 7 



(From Page 6) 

pass, the game may be resumed 
following a three (3) minute wanri-up 
period, no soonerthan thirty (30) min- 
utes after the last sight of lightning or 
the last sound of thunder " 

If the severe weather is of 
great length or intensity, the Referee 
has the responsibility and authority to 
cancel the game. Game officials are 
encouraged to leam the weather fore- 
cast priorto game time. Safety of the 
public and participants is the most 
importantfactorin any decision of this 
type. 

If a game is postponed af- 
ter the start of the contest due to 
inclement weather, the officials origi- 
nally assigned to the contest should 
make every effort to be available for 
the completion date. The member 
schools will not be liable for an addi- 
tional game fee for the officials to 
work the re-scheduled game but will 
be liable for an additional travel ex- 
pense (mileage) fee. Each local offi- 
cials association is to implement a 
policy forthe remuneration of officials 
working a re-scheduled contest who 
were not originally assigned to the 
contest. 

If a contest is cancelled 
while the officials are en route, the 
home school is responsible for the 
payment of a mileage fee to the crew 
of officials, plus a fee of 1/5 of the 
scheduled game fee to each official. 

If a contest is cancelled and 
the officials notified prior to depar- 
ture, there is no financial liability on 
the part of the school. 

Welch seconded the motion to 
approve the policy and the motion 
passed 8-4. 

President Story next recog- 
nized Lawson Walker, an attorney 
representing Lloyd Memorial High 
School, who requested a hearing be- 
fore the Board to discuss football 
reclassification. Following a lengthy 
discussion, Story refen"ed the request 
to the Football Committee for study. 

Representatives from 
TeieCable of Lexington then pre- 
sented a proposal to the Board to 



broadcast, on a delayed basis, all 
Sweet Sixteen Boys' Basketball Tour- 
nament games for 1994. Following 
their proposal, and a discussion 
thereof, President Story asked that 
further study be conducted by 
TeieCable and bring a recommenda- 
tion to the October meeting of the 
Board. 

Commissioner Wise gave a 
report on his attendance at the Na- 
tional Federation Meeting held in 
Nashville, Tennessee. Highlights of 
the Convention included 1) two Ken- 
tuckians inducted into the Hall of 
Fame; 2) American Disabilities Act; 
3) an address by Doug Ruedlinger; 4) 
equality; 5) Home School athletes 
participation in their home districts; 6) 
Teleconferencing for mles clinics. 

Due to the lack of response 
from the schools regarding the cross 
country alignment being changed to 
reflect the same alignment as track, 
this item was put on hold until a later 
date. 

Following a discussion of the 
excellent manner in which Owensboro 
has played host to the State Softball 
Tournaments, Hicks made a motion, 
seconded by Jackson, that the tour- 
nament be held there for the next two 
years. The motion passed 11-1. 

Tackett advised the Board that 
Knox Central High School had ex- 
pressed a concern regarding the start- 
ing date forfootball. He recommended 
that this item be referred to the Foot- 
ball Committee for further study. The 
Board concurred. 

A request from Kentucky 
School for the Deaf was then 
discusssed which related to holding a 
scrimmage after the start of the sea- 
son. Steidel moved to deny their 
request. Jackson seconded the mo- 
tion which passed unanimously. 

CommissionerWise asked the 
approval of the Board to enter into a 
contract with Jim Payne Chevrolet for 
the use of an automobile. Talbott 
moved to approve this agreement. 
Cox seconded the motion, which 
passed. 

The next item presented by 
Commissioner Wise related to pro- 



posals passed by the Delegate As- 
sembly but remanded back to the 
KHSAA from the State Department of 
Education for further review and rec- 
ommendation. Candwell made a 
motion, seconded by Talbott, that 
based on the fact that the Association 
is under study by the Blue Ribbon 
Commission of the State Board of 
Education, the Board delay its recom- 
mendation until January. The motion 
passed 11-1. 

With regard to the "red shirt 
mie", Steidel made a motion that the 
Board develop a statement regarding 
By-Law 4 and offer to furnish as much 
documentation relating to same to 
the State Board as needed. Cookie 
Henson seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

The Board set the date for the 
next meeting to be held on Friday and 
Saturday, October 15 & 16, at the 
KHSAA Headquarters in Lexington. 

Following a discussion of the 
hiring of Ray Hornback to promote 
the Court of Support, Rogers made a 
motion, seconded by Welch that the 
Board contract with Hornback forthe 
remainderoftheyear(1993)at$1,000/ 
month plus expenses approved by 
the Commissioner. The motion 
passed. 

There being no further busi- 
ness to come before the Board, 
Henson moved foradjoumment. Cox 
seconded. The meeting was ad- 
journed at 6 p.m. 



FALL SPORTS 
CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE 

Girls' Golf Oct. 11-13 

(Elizabethtown Country Club) 
Boys' Golf Oct. 13-15 

(Lincoln Trail Country Club) 
Volleyball Oct. 29-30 

(Fairdale High School) 
Cross Country Nov. 6 

(Ky. Horse Park) 
Girls' Soccer Nov. 6 

(Woodford County Park) 
Boys' Soccer Nov. 13 

(Woodford County Park) 
Football Dec. 3-4 

(Cardinal Stadium) 



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New Members Take BOC Seats 



Three new members elected 
to the KHSAA Board of Control began 
their four-year terms at the annual 
summer meeting held in Lexington, 
July 16. 

Maureen "Cookie" Henson 
of Manchester, Ken Cox of Lexington 
and BobRogersof Princeton replaced 
Alvis Johnson, Jack Portwood and 
Gene Brooks, respectively. 

Henson, who begins her first 
tenn on the Board, has taught 16 
years in the Clay County school sys- 
tem, teaching science, health and 
physical education. She's also the 
girls' varsity softball coach for the 
Clay County Tigerettes and once 
served as cheerleader sponsor. 

Henson received her Bach- 
elor of Science Degree from 
Cumberland College in 1974 and her 
Masters' and Rank I from Union Col- 
lege. 

Cox, who begins his first year 
on the Board, is currently principal at 
TatesCreek High School. Aftergradu- 
ating Corbin High School in 1964, he 
began his teaching career in 1 969 at 
Henry Clay High School and was an 
assistant coach for the football team. 
His administrative career began in 
1975 as an assistant principal at 
Crawford Junior High. He later be- 
came principal at Beaumont Junior 
High in 1980. 

Cox served as a high school 
basketball officialfrom 1969-82, worth- 
ing the Sweet Sixteen in 1980. He is 
currently a college basketball official 
who has worthed in the Ohio Valley 
Conference, the Kentucky Interscho- 
lastic Athletic Conference, the Great 




Lakes Valley Conference and the Sun 
Belt Conference. 

Cox received his bachelor's 
degree from the University of Ken- 
tucky in 1969, his Master's degree 
from Eastem Kentucky University in 
1973 and his Rank 1 from EKU in 
1976. 

Cox and his wife Nancy have 
three children. 

Rogers begins his third term 
on the Boanj. He previously served 
from 1981-84 and 1989-91. He is 
currently the superintendent of 
Caldwell County Schools. 

A Christian County gradu- 
ate, Rogers began his career in edu- 
cation at Male High School in 1966 
after eaming his Bachelor of Science 
Degree at Bethel College, his Master's 
Degree at Austin Peay and his Rank 
1 at Murray. 

After leaving Male, Rogers 
taught at Earlington and Henderson 
high schools. He returned to Eariington 
as principal and coach in 1 971 , before 
spending two years as assistant prin- 
cipal at Christian County. 

In 1 976, he became principal 
at Webster County, before taking the 
same position in 1980 at Ballard Me- 
morial. 

Before taking his present job, 
Rogers served as assistant superin- 
tendent at Muaay City Schools. 

In 1 984, he was elected Vice- 
President of the Board of Control. 

He and his wife Gayle have 
two children, one of which, Jeff, served 
the KHSAA as Sports Information 
Director from 1991-92. 





Henson 



Cox 



Rogers 



Hygiene (From page 2) 

Puncture wounds are too deep to 
allow contact with anything that is 
not sterile, but they should still be 
disinfected and bandaged. 

Finally, there are two more 
important areas to deal with - clean- 
ing up blood or body fluids and dis- i 
posing of waste that has come in ' 
contact with them. If there is blood 
on the floor, wall or table top, it 
should be removed with disposable 
towels or some other sort of absor- 
bent material. The area should then 
be disinfected. There are a number 
of commercial products available 
that are approved by the Environ- 
mental Protection Agency (EPA) or 
you can use a I to 100 dilution of 
common household bleach (sodium 
hydrochloride). 

The National Collegiate Ath- 
letic Association (NCAA) recom- 
mends separating uniforms and 
equipment that have come in con- 
tact with blood to prevent secondary 
contamination. All other materials 
that have come in contact with blood 
and body fluids should also be 
handled carefully. The Occupational 
Safety and Health Administration 
(OSHA) has issued guidelines for 
disposing of blood-contaminated 
waste. You should check with the 
official at yourschool who is respon- 
sible for waste disposal to see what 
precautions you should follow. 

Proper wound treatment and 
the disposal of blood-contaminated 
waste are important elements in an 
athletic health care program. The 
procedures outlined above are a 
good starting place, but you should 
seek immediate medical treatment 
if you have any questions or con- 
cerns about any injury. 

Cunningham is director of 
communications for ttie National 
Athletic Trainers' Association. Infor- 
mation for this article was furnished 
byfi/lark Smaha, head athletic trainer, 
Washington State University. 



SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 1993 



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1993 State Football District Alignment 



\lote: Alignment based on top three grade enrollment, boys and 
f/r/s. Enrollments parentheses. Alignment changes for 1993 in 
alios. 

:i-ASS A SCHOOLS (0-400) 
legion 1, District 1 

iailard Memorial, Fulton City, Fulton County, Heath, 

/lurray 

(egion 1, District 2 

Crittenden County, Russellville, South Hopkins, 

'odd County Central, Trigg County 

legion 2, District 1 

iardstown, Campbellsville, Caverna, Green County, 

/letcalfe County, Washington County 

legion 2, District 2 

Carroll County, Frankfort, Garrard County, Harrodsburg, 

ienry County, Kentucky Country Day, Lexington Catholic, 

>wen County 

legion 3, District 1 

Seechwood, Bellevue, Dayton, Lloyd Memorial, Ludlow, 

Jewport Central Catholic 

legion 3, District 2 

iath County, Fairview, Nicholas County, Paintsville, Paris, 

iaceland 

legion 4, District 1 

Cumberland, Evarts, Harlan, Hazard, Lynn Camp, Pineville, 

Villiamsburg 

legion 4, District 2 

"illen Central, Elkhorn City, Fleming-Neon, Jenkins, Phelps, 

'ikeville. South Floyd 

CLASS AA SCHOOLS (400-610) 
legion 1, District 1 

Caldwell County, Fort Campbell, Lone Oak, Mayfield, 

ieidland, Webster County 

legion 1, District 2 

ireckinridge County, Butler County, Edmonson County, 

lancock County, McLean County, Owensboro Catholic, 

/luhlenberg South, Muhlenberg North 

legion 2, District 1 

kdair County, Allen County-Scottsville, Glasgow, 

^art County, Monroe County, Russell County 

legion 2, District 2 

iullitt East, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Larue County, 

"aylor County 

legion 3, District 1 

\nderson County, Bourbon County, Boyle County, Danville, 

istill County, Mercer County, Powell County, 

Vestern Hills 

legion 3, District 2 

Corbin, Middlesboro, Rockcastle County, Somerset, 

Vayne County, Madison Southern 

legion 4, District 1 

:ast Carter, Fleming County, Lawrence County, 

.ewis County, Mason County, Rowan County, Russell, 

Vest Carter 

Region 4, District 2 

i^.C. Napier, Magoffin County, Morgan County, 

^restonsburg, Sheldon Clark, Whitesburg, Shelby Valley, 

^ike County Central 



CLASS AAA SCHOOLS (611-899) 
Region 1, District 1 

Calloway County, Graves County, Hopkinsville, 
Paducah Tilghman, Union County 
Region 1, District 2 

Bowling Green, Franklin-Simpson, Logan County, 
Owensboro, Warren Central, Warren East, Greenwood 
Region 2, District 1 

Barren County, Grayson County, Marion County, 
Meade County, Nelson County, North Bullitt 
Region 2, District 2 

Franklin County, Lincoln County, Oldham County, 
Scott County, Woodford County, South Oldham, Ryle 
Region 3, District 1 

Conner, Covington Catholic, Dixie Heights, Highlands, 
Holmes, Newport, Scott, Simon Kenton 
Region 3, District 2 

Boyd County, Grant County. Greenup County, 
Harnson County, Montgomery County, Paul Blazer 
Region 4, District 1 

Bell County, Cawood, Knox Central, Pulaski County, 
Whitley County, Pulaski Southwestern 
Region 4, District 2 

Belfry, Breathitt County, Clay County, Knott Co. Central, 
Leslie County 

CLASS AAAA SCHOOLS (900+) 
Region 1, District 1 

Apollo, Christian County, Daviess County, 

Henderson County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, 

Marshall County 

Region 1, District 2 

Bullitt Central, North Hardin, Shelby County, Central Hardin 

Region 2, District 1 

Butler, Holy Cross (Louisville), Pleasure Ridge Park, 

Shawnee, Valley, Western 

Region 2, District 2 

Atherton, DuPont Manual, Fern Creek, Male, Seneca, 

St. Xavier 

Region 3, District 1 

DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Iroquois, Moore, Southern 

Region 3, District 2 

Ballard, Central, Eastern, Jeffersontown, Trinity, Waggener 

Region 4, District 1 

Boone County, Bryan Station, Campbell County, 

Henry Clay, Lafayette, Tates Creek, Paul Dunbar 

Region 4, District 2 

George Rogers Clark, Jessamine County, 

Johnson Central, South Laurel, Madison Central, 

North Laurel 

Not Comfjeting for District 

*NC*-Berea, Betsy Layne, Casey County, Eminence, Kentucky 
School f/t Deaf, McCreary Central, Ohio County 



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SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER /9 



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First $Million Shootout Exceeds Goal 



LOUISVILLE -Over25,000 
Kentuckians participated in the first 
One Million Dollar Shootout at 60 

high schools and other venues during 
the 1992-93 basketball season. Pro- 
ceeds from the unique fundraising 
event were split between the National 
Kidney Foundation of Kentucky, the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Asso- 
ciation and participating schools. 

Contestant Misses Shot 
For A Million 

Bill Holland, 35, of Stamping 
Ground, was the final contestant who 
took a mid-court shot for one million 
dollars at halftime of the state cham- 
pionship game on March 20. 

As over 22,000 fans looked 
on, Holland launched a one-hander 
from mid-court in Rupp Arena. "I 
thought I'd made it," he said, but it 
sailed to the left, barely missing the 



rim. (In a similar contest, a contestant 
did win one million dollars this spring 
by hitting a shot during a Chicago 
Bulls NBA game.) 

Schools Make More $ In 1993-94 

As a result of listening to 
input from participating high schools, 
it will be easier to make money with 
the Shootout during the 1 993-94 sea- 
son. Here's how it worths: 

• For a $1 donation, your fans 
shoot three free throws before 
and at halftime of home basket- 
ball games and other school 
events. If they hit two out of 
three, they qualify for a chance 
to win one million dollars. 

• Or, for a $2 donation, fans can 
enter by simply completing an 
official entry form (NO FREE 
THROWS). 

The "$2 Entry Option" en- 



ables participating schools to raise 
money whenever and wherever a 
crowd gathers ~ school lunches, com- 
munity events, etc. 

Sign Up Now 

Everything necessary to run 
the Shootout event is provided to the 
school at no cost. 

Its easy to operate and pre- 
sents a good opportunity to raise 
money and increase attendance at 
home basketball games. To sign up 
or obtain more information about the 
One Million Dollar Shootout, call 

1-800-737-5433. 

Participation may be limited 
to schools on a first come, first served 
basis. 



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SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 1993 



12 I ATHLETE 



KAPOS Awards 10 Gilb Scholarships 



The Kentucky Association of Pep 
Organization Sponsors (KAPOS) is 
pleased to recognize 10 scholarship 
winners for 1993. Each recipient was 
chosen for academic and leadership 
ability and will receive $500. 

Since 1964, KAPOS has 
awarded 95 scholarships in the amount 
of $59,1 00. Applications forthe 1994 
scholarshipswill be available in Janu- 



ary. Any cheerleader at a KAPOS 
member school is eligible to make 
application. 



^ 



The 1993 award winners are; 



Shelly Brasher 
Carrie Clayton 
Melanie Cooper 
Kimberly Hobbs 
Jennifer Potter 
Beth Ann Richards 
Heather Shaw 
Kara Vogelpohl 
Casey Wood 
Jacqueline Wright 



Trinity-Whitesv 
Nelson County 
Lincoln County 
Nelson County 
Lyon County 
Ohio County 
Oldham County 
St. Henry 
Barren County 
Bracken Count' 




Brasher 



Clayton 



Cooper 



Hobbs 



Potter 




Richards 



Shaw 



Vogelpohl 



Wood 



Wright 



w]L%m mmm umM'% (^ffoci^l muL 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association begins its second year of a three-year 
agreementwith the Wilson Sporting Goods Company which names Wilson the official supplier 
for game balls in state tournament events. Wilson will supply balls for the following 
championship events: 



FOOTBALL 
BASKETBALL 



SOCCER 
BASEBALL 



SOFTBALL 
TENNIS 



Football 


Stock and Model Information 


TD/F1001 


Soccer 


Avanti/Aerion 


Softball 


Optima Gold (Non-Restricted Flight) 


Baseball 


A-10-10/A-10-11 (raised seam) 


Tennis 


Extra Duty 


Basketbal 


Boys -- Jet (Wide/Narrow Seam) 




Girls - Jet 285 



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SUN 



MON 



TUE 



WED 



THU 



FRI 



SAT 




1 

1st SW practice 
1st BK Practice, 
Non FB schools 



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6 



8 



9 

SAT Test Date 



Boys' and Girls' Regional GF Tournaments 



11 

7:00pm BK Clinic 
- Henry County 



12 

7:00pm BK Clinic 
• Elizabethtown 
HS 



13 



14 

7:00pm BK Clinic 
- Male HS 



15 

IStWR, BK(FB) 
Practice 



16 

3:00pm WR 
Clinic - Frankfort 
HS 



BOC Meeting, Lexington 



Boys State GF Tournament - Lincoln Trail 



I Girls State GF Tournament • E-town Country Club \ 




18 

7:00pm BK Clinic 
- Somerset HS 



19 

7:00pm BK Clinic 
- Bell County 



20 

7:00pm BK Clinic 
- Dilce Combs 



21 

7:00pm BK Clinic 
- Prestonsburg 
HS 



22 

Regional VB 
Tournaments 



23 

2:00pm WR 

Clinic • Christian 

Co 
ACT Test Date 



Regional VB Tournaments 



National High School Activities Week 



25 

7:00pm BK Clinic 
- Rowan County 



26 

7:00pm BK Clinic 
- AJshland 
Comm. College 



27 

7:00pm BK Clinic 
- Mason County 



28 

7:00pm BK Clinic 
• NKU 



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30 



Regional XC k 
Meets I 



State VB Tournament, Fairdale H.S. | 



Girls Regional SO Tournaments 



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Boys District SO Tournaments 



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SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 1993 



14 I ATHLETE 



Volleyball Committee Picks Fairdale In '93 



MINUTES 



The Volleyball Committee met 
at the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Office in Lexington, Ky., 
on Thursday, July 15, 1993. The 
meeting was called to order at 1:30 
p.m. by Brigid L. DeVries, Assistant 
Commissioner. Committee members 
present included Jack Pylinski, Steve 
Williams, Sarah Good, Ron Kordes, 
Katie Wesseling, Luci Cecil, Jenny 
Mertle, Joan Mitchell, and Donna 
Wolfe. Others present included Stan 
Steidel and Assistant Commissioner 
Larry Boucher. 

The meeting began with 
Boucher's report on the officials' divi- 
sion. Boucher discussed general reg- 
istration procedures, as well as spe- 
cific information with reference to the 
sport of volleyball. 

The first item on the agenda 
was a discussion of the regional align- 
ment proposals. Mertle presented a 
proposal from the NKHSGA dividing 
the two northern Kentucky regions 
into three regions. Williams also had 
a proposal held over from the last 
committee meeting, which divided 
the state into seven regions with the 
possibility of an eighth region being 
added at a later date. After a lengthy 
discussion on both proposals, it was 
decided that a sub-committee be ap- 
pointed to study the issue and make a 
recommendation back to the Volley- 
ball Committee at the next meeting. 
The sub-committee includes Sarah 
Good, Jenny Mertle and Steve Wil- 
liams. The overall feeling of the 
committee was to have eight regions 
and bring 16 teams, winner and run- 
ner-up from each region, to the State 
Volleyball Tournament, which would 
eliminate the byes that currently exist 
in the state tournament format. The 
concept ofa new 16-team format will 
be a discussion item at the upcoming 
meeting of the Board of Control. 

The next item on the agenda 
was a discussion of regional tourna- 
ments and sites. DeVries advised the 



Committee of a few ad- 
ditions to the teams in 
each region. The 1993 
regional sites were dis- 
cussed and committee 
members made recom- 
mendations forthe 1 993 
tournaments. Regional 
tournaments will be 
double elimination again 
in 1993. The Commit- 
tee then reviewed the 
items on the regional in- 
formation sheets and 
made some revisions. 

The committee 
made no change regard- 
ing team seating for the 
1993 season, so teams 
will change benches af- 
ter each game for all 
levels of play. Trophies 

at the regional touma- photo by creg Eans 
ment level will once Boone County's Leslie Bickers attemptstospikt 
again be paid for out of this ball past Assumption's Annie Filley durinc 
gatereceiptsforthe1993 the 1992 State Volleyball Tournament. 
toumaments. 




The next item on the agenda 
was a discussion regarding the 1993 
State Volleyball Toumament. The 
State Toumament is scheduled for 
October29-30, 1993. The committee 
recommended that the 1993 touma- 
ment be held in Louisville at Fairdale 
High School, pending a visit by 
DeVries to the school and subse- 
quent meeting with school officials at 
Fairdale. The Committee also rec- 
ommended that the 1 994 State Tour- 
nament be played in Northern Ken- 
tucky and rotated in the future as long 
as there is interest in each area for 
playing host to the toumament. The 
Committee reviewed the state infor- 
mation sheets and decided that the 
1 993 tournament should be run pretty 
much the same as the 1992 touma- 
ment. 

A sub-committee was formed 
to revise the State Toumament sched- 
ule with the proposed 16-team for- 
mat. Sub-committee members in- 
clude Ron Kordes, Katie Wesseling 



and Joan Mitchell. The sub-commit 
tee will report back to the full commit 
tee at the next meeting. 

Committee members con 
ducted the draw for the 1993 State 
Toumament. The Mikasa VFC 20C 
Volleyball will be the official ball foi 
the 1993 State Toumament. 

The next item on the agendc 
was a discussion of the 1993-94 Na^ 
tional Federation rule changes. Th6 
biggest change this year had to dc 
with blood on the uniform and the 
procedure to handle it. 

The committee reviewed the 
1 992-93 KHSAA Constitution and By- 
Laws and discussed increasing the 
number of tournaments and/oi 
matches allowed in the limitation o' 
seasons section. Committee mem- 
bers were advised of the procedure tc 
make By-Law changes by going 
through the Delegate Assembly. The 
committee members will work on £ 
proposal to be submitted to the 1994 



SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 1991 



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(From Page 14) 

Delegate Assembly regarding the in- 
crease in the number of matches. 

The 1993 Volleyball Clinics for 
coaches and officials with the dates 
and locations are as follows: August 
11 (Dixie Heights H.S.), August 12 
(Ohio Valley Volleyball Center - Lou- 
isville) August 16 (KHSAA), *Sep- 
tember 7 (KHSAA) 
* NOTE: Makeup clinic, $50.00 fee 
charged. 

Miscellaneous items included a 
change in the selection process for 
the State All-Toumament team. The 
new process is as follows: 

Teams participating in the semi- 
finals (four teams) would get two se- 
lections from their teams. The head 
coach from each team would name 
their all-toumament players. 

The remaining eight teams may 
nominate one player to be considered 
by all 12 coaches for the remaining 
four positions. Coaches may vote for 
their own players. Players of coaches 
who do not vote are not eligible for the 
all-toumament team. In addition to 
the 12 all-toumament team players, a 
most valuable player will be selected 
by the winning coach from the players 
on the winning team. 

Other items discussed included 
awarding individual trophies to all 1 5 
members of the winning and runner- 
up teams in the toumament. 

Steidel made the recommen- 
dation that a fee stmcture be outlined 
and published for varsity matches 
when they are modified. Often in 
large invitational tournaments, a 
match might consist of two 11 -point 
games. Steidel recommended that 
for modified matches, officials re- 
ceive $14 for the first match played, 
($4 travel fee and $10 match fee) and 
$1 per match for every match there- 
after. The committee approved the 
recommendation which will be sub- 
mitted to the Board of Control for 
approval. 

The next Volleyball Committee 
meeting will be scheduled in Decem- 
ber, 1993. There being no further 
business the meeting was adjoumed. 



1993 Volleyball Alignment 

DIVISION OF TEAMS INTO REGIONS 



REGION I 

Beth Haven 

Butler 

Doss 

Evangel 

Fairdale 

Holy Cross 

Holy Rosary 

Pleasure Ridge Park 

Shawnee 

Southwest Christian 

Valley 

Western 



R EGION IV 
Beechwood 
Covington Latin 
Dixie Heights 
Grant County 
Holmes 
Holy Cross 
Lloyd Memorial 
Ludlow 
Notre Dame 
St. Henry 
Scott 

Simon Kenton 
Villa Madonna 



REGION II 

Brown 

Bullitt East 

Central 

duPont Manual 

Highview Baptist 

Iroquois 

Male 

Mercy Academy 

Moore 

Portland Christian 

Presentation 

Southem 

Walden 

REGION V 
Bellevue 
Bishop Brossart 
Boone County 
Bracken County 
Campbell County 
Conner 
Dayton 
Highlands 
Newport 

Newport Catholic 
Ryle 
Walton-Verona 



REGION ill 

Assumption 

Atherton 

Ballard 

Christian Academy 

Eastem 

Fem Creek 

Jeffersontown 

Ky. Country Day 

Oldham County 

Sacred Heart 

Seneca 

South Oldham 

Waggener 

REGION VI 
Fort Knox 
Franklin County 
Oneida Baptist 
Paul Blazer 
Rowan County 
Russell 
Scott County 
Westem Hills 
Whitesburg 
Woodford County 

* Boyle County 

* Bryan Station 

* Henry Clay 

* Paul Dunbar 

* Tates Creek 



* New schools this year may or may not be in regional toumament play. 
NOTE: If more teams are added, they will be placed in one of the above regions. 



REGIONAL SITES 



Region 


Site 


Manager 


Region 1 


Butler 


Butch Blakely 


Region II 


Moore 


Bob Ball 


Region III 


Seneca 


Paul Callahan 


Region IV 


Simon Kenton 


Jenv Scaring! 


Region V 


Newport Catholic 


Bob Schneider 


Region VI 


Woodford County 
State Tournament 


Steve Williams 



October 29-30, 1993 

Fairdale High School 

Fairdale, Kentucky 



SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 1993 



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1993 Boys' Regional Golf Alignment 



REGION I 

Ballard Memorial, Caldwell County, 
Calloway County, Christian County, 
Crittenden County, Fort Campbell, 
Fulton City, Fulton County, Graves 
County, Heath, Hickman County, 
Hopkinsville, Livingston Central, 
Lone Oak, Lyon County, Marshall 
County, Mayfieid, Murray, Paducah 
Tilghman, Reidiand, St. Mary, Todd 
County Central, Trigg County, Uni- 
versity Heights 

REGION II 

Apollo, Breckinridge County, Butler 
County, Daviess County, Dawson 
Springs, Hancock County, 
Henderson County, McLean County, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins, 
Muhlenberg North, Muhlenberg 
South, Ohio County, Owensboro, 
Owensboro Catholic, Providence, 
South Hopkins, Union County, 
Webster County, West Hopkins 

REGION III 

Allen County, Barren County, Bowl- 
ing Green, Caverna, Clinton County, 
Cumberland County, Edmonson 
County, Franklin-Simpson, 
Glasgow, Grayson County, Green- 
wood, Hart County, Logan County, 
Metcalfe County, Monroe County, 
Russellville, Warren Central, War- 
ren East 

REGION IV 

Bourbon County, Bryan Station, 
Eminence, Frankfort, Franklin 
County, George Rogers Clark, 
Harrison County, Henry Clay, Henry 
County, Lafayette, Lexington Catho- 
lic, Lexington Christian, Millersburg 
Military Institute, Montgomery 
County, Nicholas County, Oldham 
County, Paris, Paul Dunbar, Sayre, 
Scott County, Shelby County, South 
Oldham, Tates Creek, Western Hills, 
Woodford County, Woodbridge 

REGION V 

Adair County, Anderson County, 
Bardstown, Bethlehem, Boyle 




Photo by Greg Eam 

Aleshia Warren of Central Hardin chips this ball from the fringe during 
the 1 992 State Golf Championship. Warren finished third after finishinc 
runner-up the prior two seasons. 



County, Burgin, Campbellsville, 
Casey County, Danville, Garrard 
County, Green County, Harrodsburg, 
Jessamine County, LaRue County, 
Lincoln County, Marion County, 
Mercer County, Nelson County, 
Russell County, Taylor County, 
Washington County 

REGION VI 

Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, Butler, 
Central, Central Hardin, DeSales, 
Doss, Elizabethtown, Evangel, 



Fairdale, Fort Knox, Holy Cross 
Iroquois, Meade County, NortI" 
Bullitt, North Hardin, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Shawnee, Southern, Spencei 
County, Valley, Western 

REGION VII 

Atherton, Ballard, Christian Acad- 
emy, DuPont Manual, Eastern, Ferr 
Creek, Highview Baptist 
Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country 
Day, Louisville Collegiate, Male 

(See BOYS' GOLF, Page 18] 



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Boys' Golf Managers 



REGION I 
Bob Whiting 
180 Idlewild Court 
Paducah, Ky. 
502-442-9392 (H) 
502-443-0946 (W) 



REGION II 
Robert D. Cox 
Breckinridge County H.S. 
Rt. 1, Box 130 
Hamed.Ky. 40144 
502-756-2149 



REGION III 
Danny Spillman 
1914 Harvey Ave. 
Bowling Green, Ky. 42101 
502-781-3141 (W) 
502-781-2254 (H) 



REGION IV 

Lewis Willian 

George Rogers Claris H.S. 

620 Boone Ave. 

Winchester, Ky. 40391 

606-744-6111 

606-744-7397 

REGION V 
Freddie Leathers 
619 George St. 
Lebanon, Ky. 40033 
502-692-6066 (W) 
502-692-4433 (H) 

REGION VI 

Tasso Harris 

Valley H.S. 

10200 Dixie Highway 

Louisville, Ky. 40272 

502-473-8621 

502-937-6156 



REGION VII 

Marty Donlon 

St. XavierH.S. 

1609 Poplar Level Road 

Louisville, Ky. 40217 

502-637-4712 (W) 

502-447-7063 (H) 

REGION VIII 
Rick Homsby 
Covington Catholic H.S. 
1600 Dixie Highway 
Covington, Ky. 41011 
606-431-5351 (W) 
606-341-8938 (H) 

REGION IX 
Jeff Schulkens 
Newport Catholic H.S. 
13 CarothersRd. 
Newport, Ky. 41071 
606-292-0003 (W) 
606-635-9691 (H) 

REGION X 
Jeff Littrell 
Somerset H.S. 
305 College Street 
Somerset, Ky. 42501 
606-678-4721 (W) 
606-678-8400 (H) 

REGION XI 
Nelson H. Gullett 
HC87, Box 1210 
Paintsville, Ky. 41240 
606-789-6612 



'STATE MANAGER 
Marty Donlon 
St. XavierH.S. 
1609 Poplar Level Rd. 
Louisville, Ky. 40217 
502-637-4712 (W) 
502-447-7063 (H) 



'COORDINATOR 

Mike Donahoe 

Ky. Golf Association 

P.O. 60x18396 

4109 Bardstown Rd., Suite SA 

Louisville, Ky. 40220-0396 

502-499-7255 



Girls' State Managers 



REGION I 
Judy Muehleman 
Mun-ay H.S. 
501 Doran Road 
Mun-ay, Ky. 42071 
502-753-5202 (W) 
502-753-4126 (H) 

REGION II 



Teresa Ashby 

Mad. -North Hopkins H.S. 

4515 Hanson Road 

Madisonville, Ky. 42431 

502-825-6017 

REGION III 
Pat Wise 

Elizabethtown H.S. 
620 North Mulberry St. 
Elizabethtown, Ky. 42701 
502-769-3381 (W) 
502-543-8484 (H) 

REGION IV 
Prentha Clements 
80 Cottentail Circle 
Alvaton, Ky. 42122 
502-842-1674 (W) 
502-843-8730 (H) 



STATE MANAGER 
Lou Brown 

Jessamine County H.S. 
Route 4 

Nicholasville, Ky. 40356 
606-887-2421 (School) 
606-885-3952 (Home) 



REGION V 
Gran Meffond 
Owen County H.S. 
Route 4 

Owenton, Ky. 40359 
502-484-2715 (W) 
502-484-2121 (H) 

REGION VI 

Lou Brown 

Jessamine County H.S. 

Route 4 

Nicholasville, Ky. 40356 

606-887-2421 

REGION VII 

Mike Stratton/Jackie Pence 
Lincoln County H.S. 
U.S. 27 South 
Stanford, Ky. 40484 
606-365-9111 (W) 
606-268-4513 (H) 

REGION VIII 
Lowell G. King 
Montgomery County H.S. 
724 Woodford Drive 
Mt. Steriing, KY 40353 
606-497-8765 (W) 
606-498-6123 (H) 

REGION IX 
Cathy Gullett 
HC 87, Box 1210 
Paintsville, Ky. 41240 
606-789-6612 (H) 
606-789-2500 (W) 




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18 I ATHLETE 



Girls' Regional Golf Alignment 



REGION I 

Ballard Memorial, Caldwell County, 
Calloway County, Crittenden County, 
Fulton City, Graves County, Heath, 
Hickman County, Lone Oak, 
Marshall County, Mayfield, Murray, 
Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, St. 
Mary, Trigg County 

REGION II 

Apollo, Christian County, Daviess 
County, Dawson Springs, Fort 
Campbell, Henderson County, 
Hopkinsville, Madisonvllle-North 
Hopkins, McLean County, 
Muhlenberg North, Muhlenberg 
South, Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic, Providence, South 
Hopkins, Todd County Central, 
Union County, University Heights, 
Webster County 

REGION III 

Assumption, Ballard, Bardstown, 
Bethlehem, Butler County, Central, 
Central Hardin, Doss, dupont 
Manual, Elizabefhtown, Fairdale, 
Fort Knox, Grayson County, Han- 
cock County, Jeffersontown, Ky. 
Country Day, LaRue County, Louis- 
ville Collegiate, Male, Meade 
County, Mercy, Moore, Nelson 
County, North Hardin, Ohio County, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Presentation, 
Sacred Heart, Seneca, Shawnee, 
St. Francis, Valley, Waggener, 
Walden, Western 

REGION IV 

Allen County, Barren County, Bowl- 
ing Green, Caverna, Cumberland 
County, Franklin-Simpson, 
Glasgow, Green County, Green- 
wood, Hart County, Logan County, 
Metcalfe County, Monroe County, 
Russellvilie, Warren Central 

REGION V 

Boone County, Carroll County, 
Campbell County, Dayton, Dixie 
Heights, Eminence, Gallatin County, 
Henry County, Highlands, Holmes, 
Holy Cross, Oldham County, Owen 
County, Notre Dame, Ryle, Scott, 



Simon Kenton, South Oldham, 
Trimble County, Villa Madonna 

REGION VI 

Anderson County, Bryan Station, 
Frankfort, Franklin County, Henry 
Clay, Jessamine County, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Lexington Chris- 
tian, Paul Dunbar, Scott County, 
Shelby County, Tates Creek, West- 
ern Hills, Woodford County 

REGION VII 

Adair County, Bell County, Boyle 
County, Burgin, Casey County, 
Clinton County, Corbin, Garrard 
County, Harrodsburg, Knox Central, 
Lincoln County, McCreary Central, 
Marion County, Mercer County, 
Monticello, North Laurel, Pineville, 
Pulaski County, Pulaski Southwest- 
ern, Russell County, Somerset, 
South Laurel, St. Camillus, Taylor 
County, Washington County, Wayne 
County, Whitley County 

REGION VIII 

Augusta, Berea, Bracken County, 
Estill County, Fleming County, 
George Rogers Clark, Grant County, 
Harrison County, Madison Central, 
Madison Southern, Mason County, 
Model, Montgomery County, Nicho- 
las County, Paris, Powell County, 
St. Patrick, Williamstown 

REGION IX 

Boyd County, Cawood, Clay County, 
Cumbertand, Elkhorn City, Harlan, 
Jackson County, Johnson Central, 
Lee County, McDowell, Morgan 
County, Paintsville, Paul Blazer, 
Pikeville, Prestonsburg, Raceland, 
Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon 
Clark, Whitesburg, Wolfe County 



(Boys' Golf, From Page 16) 

Moore, St. Francis, St. Xavier, Sen- 
eca, Trinity, Waggener, Walden 

REGION VIII 

Beechwood, Boone County, Carroll 
County, Conner, Covington Catho- 
lic, Covington Latin, Dixie Heights, 
Gallatin County, Holmes, Holy 
Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Ludlow, 
Owen County, Ryle, St. Henry, Scott, 
Simon Kenton, Trimble County, Villa 
Madonna, Walton-Verona 

REGION IX 

Augusta, Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, 
Bracken County, Campbell County, 
Dayton, Fleming County, Grant 
County, Highlands, Lewis County, 
Mason County, Newport, Newport 
Central Catholic, Pendleton County, 
SilverGrove, St. Patrick, Tollesboro, 
Williamstown 

REGION X 

Barbourville, Berea, Bell County, 
Cawood, Clay County, Corbin, 
Cumbertand, Estill County, Hartan, 
Jackson County, Knox Central, Lee 
County, McCreary Central, Madi- 
son Central, Madison Southern, 
Middlesboro, Model, Monticello, 
North Laurel, Oneida Baptist Insti- 
tute, Pineville, Pulaski County, 
Pulaski Southwestern, Rockcastle 
County, Somerset, South Laurel, St. 
Camillus, Wayne County, Whitley 
County 

REGION XI 

Bath County, Belfry, Betsy Layne, 
Boyd County, East Carter, Fairview, 
Hazard, Greenup County, Elkhorn 
City, Jenkins, Johnson Central, June 
Buchanan, Knott County Central, 
Lawrence County, Morgan County, 
Owsley County, Paintsville, Paul 
Blazer, Phelps, Pike County Cen- 
tral, Pikeville, Powell County, 
Prestonsburg, Raceland, Rose Hill, 
Rowan County, Russell, Shelby 
Valley, Sheldon Clark, South Floyd, 
West Carter, Whitesburg, Wolfe 
County 



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Boys' Cross Country Regional Alignment 



: LASS A (0-434) 

Region I 

Vlanager. Buddy Perry, Trigg Co. H.S , 

203 Main Street. Cadiz 42211 (502) 

522-2200 

Ballard Memorial, ButlerCo., Crittenden 

!)o., Dawson Springs, Frederick Fraize, 

-ultonCity, Fulton Co., Heath, Hickman 

:^o., Lyon Co., Providence, South 

Hopkins, St. Mary, Trigg Co. , University 

Heights, West Hopkins, Webster Co 

Region II 

\Aanager. DavidShufelt, FortKnoxH S , 

T501 Missouri Street, Fort Knox 40121 

502-624-7030 

3ardstown, Beth Haven, Bethlehem, 

3rown, Caverna . Christian Aca., 

!^umberland Co , Evangel, Ft. Knox, 

3reen Co , HancockCo., Highviev^Bap- 

ist, Ky Country Day, Louisville Colle- 

jiate, Metcalfe Co., Portland Christian, 

Spencer Co , St Francis, Trimble Co , 

Region III 

Vlanager: Barry Binkley, Dayton H.S., 

200Jackson Street, Dayton 41 074 606- 

261-4357 

Augusta, Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, 

i^ovington Latin, Dayton, Fair^iew, Holy 

i^ross (Covington), Lloyd Memorial, 

.udlow, Newport Central Catholic, 

Raceland, Silver Grove, St Henry, 

/Valton-Verona 

Region IV 

\/!anager: Frank Miklavcic, Frankfort 

■y.S., 328 Shelby Street, Frankfort 40601 

502-223-8030 

3ath Co , Burgin, Carroll Co , Central 

Kentucky Christian, Frankfort, Gallatin 

3o., Henry Co., Lexington Catholic, 

.exington Christian, Living Waters, 

Vlillersburg Military Institute, Nicholas 

Do., Owen Co , Paris, Williamstown, 

A/oodbridge Academy 

Region V 

Manager: Tommy Collins, Oneida Bap- 
'ist Institute, Mulberry Street, Oneida 
40972 606-847-4111 
Mien Central, Buckhorn, Cordia, Dilce 
3ombs, Elliott Co., Fleming-Neon, Haz- 
ard, Jenkins, Lee Co., Letcher, 
yicDowell, Menifee Co., Oneida Baptist, 
Owsley Co., Paintsville, Pikeville, Red 
3lrd, Riverside Christian, Wolfe Co., 

Region VI 

Vlanager: E.G. Plummer, Danville H.S. , 



203 E. Lexington Ave., Danville, 40422 
(606) 238-1327 

Berea, Cumberland, Danville, Evarts, 
Garrard Co., Harlan, Harrodsburg, 
Model, Monticello, Somerset, St 
Camillus, Williamsburg 

CLASS AA (435-799) 
Region I 

Manager: Rogers Powell, Allen Co- 
Scottsville, PO Box 127, Highway 231, 
Scottsville 42164 (502) 622-6344 
Allen Co , Ft Campbell, Franklin- 
Simpson, Greenwood, Monroe Co., 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Padu- 
cah Tilghman, Union Co., Warren East, 
Warren Central . Bowling Green. 



Region II 

Manager: David Shufelt, Fort Knox 
H.S., 7501 Missouri Street, Fort Knox 
40121 502-624-7030 
Barren Co , Breckinridge Co , Ed- 
monson Co., Elizabethtown, Glasgow, 
Hart Co., LaRue Co , Logan Co., 
Muhlenburg North, Muhlenburg South 

Region III 

Manager: Barry Binkley, Dayton H.S. , 
200 Jackson Street, Dayton 41074 
606-261-4357 

Conner, Cov Catholic, Dixie Heights, 
Grant Co., Highlands, Mason Co, New- 
port , Pendleton Co., Ryle, Scott, Simon 
Kenton 

Region IV 

Manager: Frank Miklavcic, Frankfort 

H.S . Frankfort 40601 

Anderson Co., Bourbon Co., Estill Co., 

Franklin Co., Harrison Co., Mercer Co., 

Oldham Co., South Oldham, Western 

Hills, Woodford Co. 

Region V 

Manager: Bob Stacey, Boyd Co H.S , 

12307 Midland Trail, Ashland 41102 

606-928-6475 

Breathitt Co., E. Carter, Fleming Co., 

Jackson Co , Knott Co., Lawrence Co , 

Paul Blazer, Pike Co. Central, Prestons- 

burg. Rowan Co , Russell, Sheldon 

Clark, South Floyd, W. Carter, 

Whitesburg 

Region VI 

Manager: E.G. Plummer, Danville H.S. 

203 E. Lexington Ave., Danville, 40422 

(606) 238-1327 

Adair Co., Boyle Co., Casey Co., 



Cawood, Clay Co., Corbin, McCreary 
Central, Madison Southern, Marion Co., 
Middlesboro, Taylor Co , Wayne Co. 

CLASS AAA (800+) 

Region I 

Manager: Bill Farrell, Christian Co H.S. 

220GlassAve , Hopkinsvllle, 42240 502- 

887-1109 

Apollo, Central Hardin, Christian Co., 

Daviess Co., Graves Co., Grayson Co., 

Henderson Co., Hopkinsvllle, 

Madisonville-North Hopkins, Marshall 

Co., North Hardin 

Region II 

Manager: Bro. Borgia, St. Xavier H.S., 
1609 Poplar Level Road, Louisville 40217 
Assumption, Atherton, Butler, Central, 
duPont Manual, Iroquois, Male, 
Shawnee, Shelby Co., St Xavier 

Region III 

Manager: Rich Rostel, Trinity H.S., 
4011 Shelbyville Road. Louisville 40207 
502-895-6765 

Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Meade Co., Moore, Sen- 
eca, Trinity, Waggener 

Region IV 

Manager: John Nason, Southern H.S. , 

8620 Preston Hwy. Louisville. 40219 

502-473-8439 

BullittCentral, DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, 

Holy Cross, Pleasure Ridge Park, North 

Bullitt, Southern, Valley, Western 

Region V 

Manager: Bob Stacey, Boyd Co. H.S., 

12307 Midland TrI. Rd., Ashland 41102 

606-928-6475 

Boone Co., Boyd Co , Campbell Co., 

George Rogers Clark, Greenup Co., 

Holmes, Johnson Central, Scott Co., 

Region VI 

Manager: E.G. Plummer, Danville H.S. , 
203 E.Lexington Ave, Danville, 40422 
606-238-1327 

Bell Co., Bryan Station, Henry Clay, 
JessamineCo., Knox Central, Lafayette, 
Lincoln Co., M C. Napier, Madison Cen- 
tral, Montgomery Co., NelsonCo., North 
Laurel, Paul Dunbar, Pulaski Co., Pulaski 
Southwestern, Rockcastle Co., South 
Laurel, Tates Creek, Whitley Co. 



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Girls' Cross Country Regional Alignment 



CLASS A (0-435) 
Region I 

Manager: Buddy Perry, Trigg Co. H.S., 
203 Main Street, Cadiz, 42211 502- 
522-2200 

Ballard Memorial, ButlerCo., Crittenden 
Co., Dawson Springs, Fulton, Fulton 
Co., Heath, Hickman Co., Providence, 
S. Hopkins, St. Mary, Trigg Co., Univer- 
sity Heights, W. Hopkins, Webster Co. 

Region II 

Manager: David Shufelt, Fort KnoxH.S., 
7501 Missouri Street, Fort Knox 40121 
502-624-7030 

Bardstown, Beth Haven, Bethlehem, 
Brown, Caverna, Christian Aca., Ft. 
Knox, Green Co., Hancock Co., Highview 
Baptist, Ky. Country Day, Louisville 
Collegiate, Metcalfe Co., Monroe Co., 
Portland Christian, Spencer Co., St 
Francis, Trimble Co., Trinity (Whites- 
ville), Washington Co , Holy Rosary 

Region III 

Manager: Barry Binkley. Dayton H.S., 
200 Jackson Street, Dayton 41074 
606-261-4357 

Augusta, Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, 
Bracken Co., Cov. Latin, Dayton, Fair- 
view, Holy Cross (Cov.), Lloyd Memo- 
rial, Ludlow, Newport Catholic, Race- 
land, Silver Grove, St. Henry, Villa Ma- 
donna, Walton-Verona 

Region IV 

Manager: Frank Miklavcic, Frankfort 
H.S., 328 Shelby St., Frankfort 40601 
502-223-8030 

Bath Co., Burgin, Carroll Co., Central 
Ky. Christian, Frankfort, Gallatin Co., 
Henry Co., Lexington Catholic, Lexing- 
ton Christian, Living Waters, Nicholas 
Co., Owen Co., Williamstown, Wood- 
bridge Academy 

Region V 

Manager: Tommy Collins, Oneida Bap- 
tist Institute, Mulberry Street, Oneida 
40972 606-847-4111 
Allen Central, Buckhorn, Cordia, Dilce 
Combs, Elliott Co., Fleming-Neon, Haz- 
ard, Jenkins, J. Buchanan, Lee Co., 
Letcher Co., McDowell, Menifee Co., 
Mullins, Oneida Baptist, Owsley Co., 
Paintsville, Riverside Christian, Wolfe 
Co. 

Region VI 

Manager: E.G. Plummer, Danville H.S., 



203 E. Lexington Ave., Danville 40422 

606-238-1327 

Berea, Cumberland, Danville, Evarts, 

Garrard Co., Harlan, Harrodsburg, Ky. 

School f/t Deaf, Model, Monticello, 

Somerset, St. Camillus, Williamsburg 

CLASS AA (435-799) 

Region I 

Manager: Rogers Powell, Allen Co- 

Scottsville, PO Box 127, HWY 231. 

Scottsville 42164 

Allen Co., Calloway Co., Ft. Campbell, 

Franklin-Simpson, Greenwood, Padu- 

cah Tilghman, Owensboro, Owensboro 

Catholic, Union Co., Warren Central, 

Warren East, Bowling Green 

Region II 

Manager: David Sfiufelt, Fort Knox 
H.S., 7501 Missouri Street, Fort Knox 
40121 606-624-7030 
Barren Co., BreckinridgeCo., Elizabeth- 
town, Edmonson Co., Glasgow, Hart 
Co., LaRueCo , LoganCo., Muhlenberg 
North, Muhlenburg South 

Region III 

Manager: Barry Binkley, Dayton H.S., 
200 Jackson Street, Dayton 41074 
606-261-4357 

Conner, Dixie Heights, Grant Co., High- 
lands, Mason Co., Newport, Notre Dame, 
Pendleton Co , Ryle, Scott, Simon 
Kenton 

Region IV 

Manager: Frank Miklavcic, Frankfort 

H.S., Frankfort 40601 

Anderson Co , Bourbon Co., Estill Co., 

Franklin Co., Harrison Co., Mercer Co., 

Oldham Co., S. Oldham, Western Hills, 

Woodford Co. 

Region V 

Manager: Bob Stacey, Boyd Co. H.S., 

12307 Midland Trail. Ashland 41 102 606- 

928-6475 

Boyd Co., Breathitt Co., E. Carter, 

Fleming Co., Jackson Co., Knott Co. 

Central, LawrenceCo., Paul Blazer, Pike 

Co. Central, Prestonsburg, Rowan Co., 

Russell, Sheldon Creek, S. Floyd, W. 

Carter, Whitesburg 

Region VI 

Manager: E.G. Plummer, Danville H.S., 

203 E. Lexington Ave., Danville 40422 

606-238-1327 

Adair Co., Boyle Co., Cawood, Clay 



Co., Corbin, McCreary Central, Madi- 
son Southern, Marion Co., Middlesboro, 
Taylor Co., Wayne Co. 

CLASS AAA (800+) 
Region I 

Manager: BillFarrell, Christian Co. H.S., 
220 Glass Ave., HopkJnsville 42240 
502-887-1109 

Apollo, Central Hardin, Christian Co., 
Daviess Co., Henderson Co., Hopkins- 
ville, Graves Co., Grayson Co., Mad- 
North Hopkins, Marshall Co., N. Hardin 

Region II 

Manager: Bro. Borgia, St. Xavier H.S.. 

1 609 Poplar Level Road, Louisville 40217 

502-637-4712 

Atherton, Butler, Central, duPont 

Manual, Iroquois, Male, Presentation 

Academy, Sacred Heart, Shawnee, 

Shelby Co. 

Region III 

Manager: Rich Rostel, Trinity H.S., 4011 

Shelbyville Road, Louisville 40207 502- 

895-6765 

Assumption, Ballard, Eastern, Fern 

Creek, Jeffersontown, Meade Co., 

Moore, Seneca, Waggener 

Region IV 

Manager: John Nason, Southern H.S., 

8620 Preston HWY, Louisville 40219 

502-473-8439 

Bullitt Central, Doss, Fairdale, Holy 

Cross, Mercy Academy, North Bullitt, 

PRP, Southern, Valley, Western 

Region V 

Manager: Bob Stacey, Boyd Co. H.S.. 
12307 Midland Trail, Ashland 41 102 606- 
928-6475 | 

Boone Co , Boyd Co., Campbell Co., 
George Rogers Clark, Greenup Co., 
Holmes, Johnson Central, Scott Co., 

Region VI 

Manager: E.G. Plummer, Danville H.S., 
203 E. Lexington Ave., Danville 40422 
606-238-1327 

Bell Co., Bryan Station, Henry Clay, 
Jessamine Co., Knox Central, Laf- 
ayette, Lincoln Co., M.C.Napier, Madi- 
son Central, Montgomery Co., Nelson 
Co., N. Laurel, Paul Dunbar, Pulaski 
Co., Pulaski Southwestern, Rockcastle 
Co. , S. Laurel, Pulaski Co. , Tates Creek, 
Whitley Co. 



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1993 Boys' & Girls' Soccer Alignment 



BOYS 



REGION 1 

District 1: Heath, Lone Oak, 
Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, St Mary 

District 2: Caldwell Co., Calloway 
Co., Lyon Co , Marshall Co , Murray 

District 3: Christian Co , 
Ft.Campbell, Hopkinsville, Madisonville- 
N, Hopkins, Trigg Co, , University Heights 

REGION 2 

District 4: Apollo, Daviess Co , 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, 
Henderson Co. 

District 5: Muhlenburg North, 
Muhlenburg South, Russellville, War- 
ren Central, Warren East 

Districts: Bowling Green, Glasgow, 
Greenwood 

District 7: Central Hardin, 
Elizabethtown, Ft. Knox, Meade Co., 
North Hardin 

REGION 3 

District 8: Butler, Doss, Fairdale, 
HolyCross, PleasureRidgePark, South- 
west Christian 

District 9: Central, duPont Manual, 
Male, St. Xavier 

District 10: DeSales, Evangel, 
Iroquois, Moore, Southern, St Francis 

REGION 4 

District 11: Fern Creek, Highview 



Baptist, Jeffersontown, Seneca, 
Waggener 

District 12: Ballard, Eastern, Ken- 
tucky Country Day, Walden 

District 13: Atherton, Christian 
Academy, Louisville Collegiate, Trinity 

REGION 5 

District 14: Oldham Co , Shelby 
Co , South Oldham 

District 15: Bardstown, Bethlehem, 
Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, Nelson Co., 
North Bullitt 

District 16: Anderson Co., Frank- 
fort, Franklin Co., Western Hills 

District 17: Bourbon Co., Harrison 
Co , Paris, Scott Co. 

REGIONS 

District 18: Berea, Madison Cen- 
tral, Madison Southern, Model 

District 19: Boyle Co., Danville, 
Jessamine Co., Lincoln Co., Woodford 
Co 

District 20: Paul Dunbar, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Lexington Christian 

District 21: Bryan Station, Henry 
Clay, Sayre, Tates Creek 

REGION 7 

District 22: Boone Co., Conner, 
Grant Co , Ryle, St. Henry 

District23: Dixie Heights, Pendleton 
Co., Scott, Simon-Kenton 

District 24: Bishop Brossart, 
CampbelICo, Highlands, Newport Cen- 




File Photo 

Notre Dame's Melissa Haarberg (left) battles Lafayette's Christy Goff in 
the Girts' First State Championship in 1992. Lafayette won 1-0. 



tral Catholic 

District 25: Covington Catholic, 
Covington Latin, Holmes, Holy Cross, 
Ludlow 

REGION 8 

District 26: Clark Co., Mason Co., 
Menifee Co., Montgomery Co., Powell 
Co., Rowan Co 

District 27: North Laurel, South 
Laurel, Oneida Baptist, Pulaski Co., 
Somerset, St Camillus, South West 
Pulaski, Corbin 

District 28: Boyd Co., E. Carter, Paul 
Blazer, Rose Hill, Russell 



GIRLS 



SECTION 1 
REGION 1: 

Apollo, Calloway County, Daviess County, 
Heath, Henderson County, Lone Oak, 
Paducah, Madisonville-North Hopkins, 
Marshall County, Murray, Reidland, St 
Mary 

REGION 2: 

Assumption, Atherton, Central Hardin, 
Fort Knox, Male, North Hardin, Manual, 
Holy Rosary 

SECTION 2 
REGION 3: 

Ballard, Eastern, Mercy, Oldham County, 
Sacred Heart, South Oldham 

REGION 4: 

Boone County, Dixie Heights, Ludlow, 
Ryle, Simon Kenton, St. Henry, Connor, 
Villa Madonna 

SECTION 3 

REGIONS: 

Bishop Brossart, Campbell County, High- 
lands, Holmes, Holy Cross, Newport 
Central Catholic, Notre Dame, Scott 

REGION 6: 

Mason County, Montgomery County, 
Pendleton County, Rowan County 

SECTION 4 
REGION?: 

Jessamine County, Lafayette, Lexington 
Catholic, Paul Dunbar, Woodford County 

REGION 8: 

Bourbon County, Bryan Station, Henry 
Clay, Madison Central, Sayre, Tates 
Creek 



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BOYD COUNTY 

Hall of Fame Tourney, Nov. 26 

Jan. 7-8 (Home) 

Feb. 8 (Home) 
Contact David R. Bayes, A.D. 
(606) 928-6475 

ROWAN COUNTY 

Dec. 22 (Home) 

Feb. 1 (Home) 
Contact Claudia Hicks 
(606) 784-8956 


COLUMBUS NORTH (Indiana) 

Sept. 17, 1994 
Contact Bill Stearman 
812)376^431 




COACHING VACANCY 




ASSUMPTION 

Accepting Applications: 
Girls' Varsity Basketball Coach 
Contact Carolyn Medley, AD. 
502) 458-6327 




SHELDON CLARK 

Feb 11,12,22 
Contact Sam Sparks 
(606) 298-3591 




TRINITY WHITESVILLE 

Jan. 14-15 (Boys/Girls) 
Contact Larry Farmer 
(502)233-5184 





KHSADA 
Awards Four 

LOUISVILLE-TheKentucky 
High School Athletic Directors Asso- 
ciation and the Pepsi Cola Bottlers of 
Kentucky fonned a partnership in 1 987 
to establish a scholarship fund forthe 
student-athletes in Kentucky. The 
KHSADA developed a committee to 
gather nominations from across the 
state for this scholarship money. 

Pepsi has donated, as of this 
year, $24,000 toward 24 scholarship 
w/inners. 

The 1992-93 w/inners, who 
received their awards at the Ken- 
tucky/Indiana All-Star game in Louis- 
ville this past June, are A.D. of the 
YearPaul Dennison (Westem), Coach 
of the Year Owen Hauck (Boone 
County), Male Athlete of the Year 
Aaron McDowell (Lafayette) and Fe- 
male Athlete of the Year Dana Cox 
(Scott). 



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necessity. Demonstrated success as a head coach is required. 

Responsibilities: Plan, organized and direct all activities relative to the women's basketball 
and volleyball programs (recruiting, practice, organization, budgeting, planning and coordinating 
team travel, scheduling). Salary Range: $24,000- $28,000. Applications: Send letterof application, 
resume, graduate transcripts and three current letters of reference to: D.W. Lyons, Athletics 
Director, Box 121, Kentucky State University, Frankfort, KY 40601. Applications Deadline: 
Applications will be accepted until position is filled. 

Kentucky State University is the unique small liberal studies institution in the Commonwealth's 
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Game Guy Nominations 

This year, the Kentucky High School Athletic Associa- 
tion will once again present the Game Guy Award to an outstand- 
ing student who has overcome a great physical handicap to 
participate in athletics. 

School representatives may make nominations for the 
award. The nominee must be a pupil at the junior or senior high 
school level. 

If you have a pupil you feel is qualified, please send a 
letter of recommendation to the "Game Guy Committee, KHSAA, 
2280 Executive Drive, Lexington, KY 40505. 

Deadline for the 1994 nomination is March 1. 

What Makes A Good Coach? 

Reprinted from Coaches' Chalk Talk 

Gallup, Inc., has identified teacher "themes" that, when 
explored by administrators, can help determine whether a 
candidate is likely to succeed as a teacher. The themes below 
have a strong crossover to coaching. As you read these themes, 
consider what characteristics and skills you consider important 
for coaches. 

Mission - "A teacher with a mission has a goal to make 
a significant contribution to other people." Empathy - "Provides 
the teacher feedback about the individual student's feelings and 
thoughts." 

Rapport drive - "Is evidenced by the teacher's ability to 
have an approving and mutually favorable relationship with 
each student." Individualized perception - "Means that the 
teacher spontaneously thinks about the interests and needs of 
each student and makes every effortto personalize each student's 
program." 

Listening - "Is evident when a person spontaneously 
listens to others with responsiveness and acceptance." Invest- 
ment - "Is indicated by the teacher's capacity to receive a 
satisfaction from the growth of the students." 

Input drive - "Is evidenced by the teacher who is 
continuously searching for ideas, materials, and experiences 
to use in helping other people, especially students." 

Activation - "Indicates that the teacher is capable of 
stimulating students to think, to respond, to feel, to learn." 
Innovation - "Is indicated when a teacher tries new ideas and 
techniques." 

Objectivity - "A teacher responds to the total situation. 
This teacher gets facts and understands first as compared to 
making an impulsive reaction." Focus - "Is indicated when a 
person has models and goals. The person's life is moving in a 
planned direction." 



Golf Results 

Two seniors capture 
individual golf titles while 
Sacred Heart and St. X grab 
team trophies. 



Pigskin Playoffs 

The final district results are 
in and the football playoff 
brackets are set. 



Holiday Calendars 

The KHSAA's activity calen- 
dars leading up to the holiday 
season. 



The King 

Top track and field official King 
Richeson "unofficially" retires 
after more than 40 years. 



On The Cover 



Beechwood's Brandon Berger 
bursts up the middle in last year's Class 
A championship game. 

The now/ departed Berger 
gained 199 yards in the Tiger's 21-14 
win over Bardstown last season, after 
gaining 271 yards in the finals the year 
before. 

Photo by Mark Zerof. 



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Kraus, Walker Win State's Top Golf Titles 



staff Report 

ELIZABETHTOWN - Steady 
golf described the play of both golf 
champions this year as Sacred Heart's 
Heather Kraus and Montgomery 
County's Bryce Walker took home the 
Individual titles. 

Kraus' efforts also led her 
Valkyries' teammates to the team title 
while St. Xavier won its second-con- 
secutive title in the boys' tournament. 

Kraus led by three strokes over 
Henry Clay's Sharon Park heading into 
the final round at the Elizabethtown 
Country Club. After the first nine, the 
lead remained the same as both girls 
had shot a 40. 

But then Kraus, who finished 
fourth last season just ahead of Park, 
double-bogeyed the par 5, No. 10 hole. 
Park then cut the lead to one. 

The lead stayed between one 
and two strokes heading into the final 
hole. Both hit nice approach shots, with 
Kraus, a senior, on the green about 55- 
feet from the hole. Park, a junior, was 
10 feet away but on the fringe. 

Kraus left her first putt within 
five feet of the hole and and then calmly 
sank her next putt for the win. She 
finished with a 77-80-157 

Park then three-putted for a 
bogey. She completed the tournament 
with a 80-79-1 59. Greenwood's Ashley 
Smith was third with a 81-80-161. 

Sacred Heart, which won four 
straight tournaments from 1984-87, 
shot a two-day total 734 to finish four 
strokes ahead of Franklin County. 

At Vine Grove Country Club, 
defending boys' champ Adam Grogan 
of Murray was looking to become the 
first repeat champion since 1956. He 
led after the first round by one stroke 
over Somerset's Derrick Centers. 

Grogan appeared to be in con- 
trol through the first nine of the second 
round, leading by three strokes, until 
an erratic tenth hole intervened. 
Grogan's tee shot sailed into the 
creekbed, out of bounds. A penalty 
stroke and second tee shot cost him a 
double bogey, and the race was on. 

However, while most thought 
Center's would be the chiefthreat, Bryce 
Walker, playing in the group ahead, 
maintained his composure. 

Walker, a Montgomery County 
senior, was four over after round one. 



three strokes off the lead. Round two 
had him playing par golf And as the 
back nine continued. Walker walked 
into the lead. 

With Grogan faltering. Walker 
maintained his consistency, event fin- 
ishing the round with a 60-foot birdie 
putt on No. 18 to finish with a 76-71 — 
147 total and the 1993 title. 

Grogan finished the tourna- 
ment seven over, 73-78-151 with Cen- 
ters third at 74-78-152. 



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Top Finishers 



Individual 



Girls 



Heather Kraus (Sacred Heart) 


77-80-157 


Sharon Park (Henry Clay) 


80-79-159 


Ashley Smith (Greenwood) 


81-80-161 


Jean Marie Lawson (Glasgow) 


84-61-165 


Brandi Stevenson (Logan Co.) 


83-83-166 


Team 




Sacred Heart 


733 


Franklin County 


738 


North Hardin 


747 


Somerset 


776 


Union County 


794 


Boys 




Individual 






Heather Kraus 



Bryce Walker (T^ontgomery Co.) 76-71-147 

Adam Grogan (Murray) 73-78-151 

Derrick Centers (Somerset) 74-78—152 

Eric Mason (Owsley Co.) 77-76-153 

Kevin Gordon (Middlesboro) 78-77-155 

Mickey Matlingly (St. X) 78-77-155 

Chuck Givin (Grant Co.) 79-76-155 

Tony Yager (Daviess Co.) 77-78-155 

BradHartfield(St.X) 77-78-155 
Chris Ramey(PaducahTilghman) 76-79-155 

Team 

St. Xavier 635 

Daviess County 638 

Middlesboro 638 

Elizabethtown 650 

Montgomery County 652 




Bryce Walker 




Photo by Tim Poro 

Greenwood's Ashley Smith hits this shot from the bunker. Smith 
finished third witha 81-80-161. 



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FINAL FOOTBALL DISTRICT STANDINGS 


lass AA, Region II, District 2 






Class AAA. Region IV. District 1 


• • • 


• • • 


Ttam 


All 


DIs. C 










Bullitt East 


7-3 


4-0(1) 


Bell County 


10-0 


5-0(1) 


Class A. Region 1, District 1 






Fort Knox 


7-3 


2-2 (2) 


Cawood 


9-1 


4-1(2) 


Murray 


10-0 


4-0(1) 


Eliza bethtown 


5-5 


2-2 (3) 


Knox Central 


6-4 


3-2(3) 


Fulton County 


8-1 


3-1(2) 


Lame County 


5-5 


2-2 (4) 


Pulaski Southwestern 


2-S 


2-3 (4) 


Heath 


5-5 


2-2 (3) 


Taylor County 


4-6 


0-4 


Whitley County 


5-5 


1-4 


Fulton City 


6-3 


1-3 (4) 








Pulaski County 


0-10 


0-5 


Ballard Memorial 


2-7 


0-4 Class AA, Region III, District 1 


















Danville 


10-0 


7-0(1) 


Class AAA. Region IV. Distnct 2 






Class A, Region 1, Distnct 2 






Anderson County 


8-2 


6-1 (2) 


Leslie County 


7-2 


3-1(1) 


Russellville 


8-2 


4-0(1) 


Mercer County 


8-2 


5-2 (3) 


Breathitt County 


7-3 


3-1(2) 


Crittenden County 


5-5 


3-1(2) 


Bourbon County 


4-6 


4-3 (4) 


Belfry 


4-6 


3-1(3) 


South Hopkins 


3-7 


1-3(3) 


Western Hills 


5-5 


3-4 


Clay County 


3-6 


1-3 (4) 


Todd County Central 


2-8 


1-3(4) 


Estill County 


2-8 


2-5 


Knott County Central 


1-9 


0-4 


Trigg County 


2-8 


1-3 


Boyle County 
Powell County 


2-8 
0-10 


1-6 
0-7 


Class AAAA. Region 1. District 1 






Class A, Region II, District 1 












Christian County 


5-5 


5-0 (1) 


Bardstown 


10-0 


5-0(1) Class AA, Region III, District 2 






Daviess County 


4-6 


3-2(2) 


Camptiellsville 


8-2 


4-1 (2) 


Somerset 


8-2 


4-1 (1) 


Madisonville-North Hopkins 


7-3 


3-2(3) 


Washington County 


5-5 


3-2(3) 


Rockcastle County 


9-1 


4-1 (2) 


Marshall County 


5-5 


2-3 (4) 


Green County 


5-5 


2-3 (4) 


Corbin 


5-5 


4-1 (3) 


Apollo 


2-8 


1-4 


Metcalfe County 


2-S 


1-4 


Madison Southern 


6-4 


2-3 (4) 


Henderson County 


1-9 


1-4 


Cavema 


1-9 


0-5 


Middlesboro 
Wayne County 


3-7 
1-9 


1-4 
0-5 


Class AAAA. Region 1. District 2 






Class A, Region II. District 2 












North Hardin 


9-1 


3-0(1) 


Canard County 


10-0 


7-0 (1) Class AA, Region IV, District 1 






Shelby County 


5-4 


2-1 (2) 


Harrodsburg 


8-2 


6-1(2) 


Russell 


9-1 


7-0(1) 


Bullitt Central 


4-6 


1-2 (3) 


Lexington Catholic 


5-5 


5-2 (3) 


Lawrence County 


8-2 


5-2 (2) 


Central Hardin 


1-9 


0-3 (4) 


Henry County 


5-5 


3-4 (4) 


East Carter 


7-3 


5-2 (3) 








Carroll County 


5-5 


3-4 


Lewis County 


4-6 


3-4 (4) 


Class AAAA. Region II. Distnct 1 






Owen County 


5-5 


3-4 


Rowan County 


6-4 


3-4 


Butler 


9-1 


5-0(1) 


Frankfort 


2-8 


1-6 


Fleming County 


4-6 


3-4 


Valley 


7-3 


4-1 (2) 


Kentucky Country Day 


1-8 


0-7 


Mason County 


4-6 


2-5 


Holy Cross (Louisville) 


4-6 


3-2(3) 








West Carter 


1-9 


0-7 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


5-5 


2-3 (4) 


Class A, Region III, Distnct 1 












Western 


6-4 


1-4 


Newport Central Catholic 


9-1 


5-0 (1) Class AA, Region IV, District 2 






Shawnee 


2-8 


0-5 


Beechwood 


6-3 


4-1 (2) 


Prestonsburg 


10-0 


7-0(1) 








Lloyd Memonal 


6^ 


3-2(3) 


Whitesburg 


8-2 


6-1(2) 


Class AAAA. Region II. District 2 






Dayton 


5-5 


2-3 (4) 


M C Napier 


5-5 


4-3(3) 


Male 


9-1 


5-0(1) 


Bellevue 


3-7 


1-4 


Sheldon Clart< 


6-3 


4-3 (4) 


St Xavier 


8-2 


3-2(2) 


Ludlow 


2-8 


0-5 


Shelby Valley 


4-6 


3-4 


Fern Creek 


7-3 


3-2(3) 








Pike County Central 


2-8 


2-5 


DuPont Manual 


5-5 


3-2 (4) 


Class A, Region III, District 2 






Magoffin County 


3-7 


1-6 


Atherton 


2-8 


1-4 


Pans 


9-1 


5-0(1) 


Morgan County 


3-7 


1-6 


Seneca 


1-9 


0-5 


Raceland 


5-5 


4-1 (2) 














Paintsville 


6-4 


3-2 (3) Class AAA. Region 1, District 1 






Class AAAA. Region III. District 1 






Faihflew 


5-5 


2-3 (4) 


Graves County 


10-0 


4-0 (1) 


DeSales 


7-3 


5-0(1) 


Nicholas County 


4-6 


1-4 


Paducah Tilghman 


6-3 


3-1 (2) 


Fairdaie 


6-4 


3-2(2) 


Bath County 


0-10 


0-5 


Hopkinsville 


6-3 


2-2 (3) 


Iroquois 


6-4 


3-2(3) 








Calloway County 


3-7 


1-3(4) 


Southern 


4-6 


3-2(4) 


Class A, Region IV, District 1 






Union County 


3-6 


0-4 


Doss 


1-9 


1-4 


Hazard 


8-2 


6-0(1) 








Moore 


0-10 


0-5 


Cumberiand 


7-3 


5-1 (2) Class AAA. Region 1, District 2 












Lynn Camp 


7-3 


4-2 (3) 


Owensboro 


10-0 


6-0(1) 


Class AAAA. Region III. District 2 






"Pineville 


4-6 


2-4 


Warren Central 


8-2 


5-1 (2) 


Ballard 


7-2 


4-1 (1) 


•Evarts 


5-5 


2-4 


Bowling Green 


8-2 


4-2 (3) 


Eastern 


7-2 


4-1 (2) 


"Williamsburg 


5-5 


2-4 


Franklin-Simpson 


6-4 


3-3 (4) 


Trinity (Louisville) 


6-3 


4-1 (3) 


Harian 


3-7 


0-6 


Warren East 


3-7 


2-4 


Central 


5-5 


2-3 (4) 








Logan County 


2-8 


1-5 


Jeffersontovm 


4-6 


1-4 


Class A, Region IV, District 2 






Greenwood 


0-10 


0-6 


Waggener 


1-9 


0-5 


Pikeville 


9-1 


6-0 (1) 














Jenkins 


7-3 


5-1 (2) Class AAA. Region II. District 1 






Class AAAA. Region IV. District 1 






Phelps 


4-5 


4-2 (3) 


Meade County 


7-3 


5-0 (1) 


Boone County 


8-2 


6-0(1) 


Fleming-Neon 


3-7 


3-3(4) 


Nelson County 


8-2 


4-1 (2) 


Bryan Station 


9-1 


5-1 (2) 


Allen Central 


4-6 


2-4 


Manon County 


6-4 


3-2(3) 


Campbell County 


6-4 


4-2 (3) 


Elkhom City 


3-7 


1-5 


Barren County 


5-5 


2-3 (4) 


Lafayette 


4-6 


2-4(4) 


South Floyd 


0-9 


0-6 


North Bullitt 


1-9 


1-4 


Henry Clay 


6-4 


2-4 








Grayson County 


2-7 


0-5 


Tales Creek 


4-6 


1-5 


Class AA, Region 1, District 1 












Paul Dunbar 


1-8 


1-5 


Mayfield 


7-3 


5-0 (1) Class AAA. Region II. District 2 












Webster County 


6-3 


4-1 (2) 


Lincoln County 


9-1 


6-0(1) 


Class AAAA. Region IV. District 2 






Caldwell County 


6-4 


3-2 (3) 


South Oldham 


5-5 


4-2 (2) 


South Laurel 


6-4 


4-1 (1) 


Fort Campbell 


3-6 


2-3 (4) 


Franklin County 


3-7 


3-3 (3) 


George Rogers Clark 


5-5 


4-1 (2) 


Lone Oak 


1-9 


1-4 


Woodford County 


5-5 


3-3 (4) 


North Laurel 


5-5 


3-2 (3) 


Reidland 


0-10 


0-5 


Scott County 


5-5 


2-4 


Jessamine County 


3-7 


2-3 (4) 








Ryle 


3-7 


2-4 


Johnson Central 


4-6 


1-4 


Class AA, Region 1, District 2 






Oldham County 


2-8 


1-5 


Madison Central 


1-9 


1-4 


Owensboro Catholic 


9-1 


7-0(1) 














McLean County 


9-1 


6-1 (2) Class AAA. Region III. Distnct 1 






" Not competing for distnct title " 






Hancock County 


6-4 


4-3 (3) 


Covington Catholic 


9-1 


7-0(1) 


Berea 


3-7 




Muhlenberg South 


5-5 


4-3 (4) 


Highlands 


7-3 


6-1 (2) 


Betsy Layne 


5-5 




Muhlenberg North 


6^ 


4-3 


Simon Kenton 


7-3 


4-3 (3) 


Casey County 


4-6 




Edmonson County 


4-6 


2-5 


Conner 


6-4 


4-3 (4) 


Eminence 


5-5 




Breckinridge County 


2-7 


1-6 


Newport 


4-6 


4-3 


Kentucky School f/t Deaf 


8-1 




Butler County 


0-10 


0-7 


Dixie Heights 


3-7 


2-5 


McCreary Central 


1-9 










Holmes 


1-9 


1-6 


Ohio County 


5-5 




Class AA, Region II, District 1 






Scott 


1-9 


0-7 








Russell County 


9-1 


5-0 (1) 














Allen County-Scottsville 


8-2 


4-1 (2) 


:iass AAA. Region III. District 2 












Monroe County 


5-5 


3-2(3) 


Paul Blazer 


7-3 


4-1 (1) 








Glasgow 


4-6 


2-3 (4) 


Boyd County 


7-3 


4-1 (2) 








Adair County 


3-7 


1-4 


Harnson County 


8-2 


3-2(3) 








Hart County 


1-9 


0-5 


Montgomery County 
Greenup County 
Grant County 


6-4 
1-9 
1-8 


3-2(4) 

1-4 

0-5 


1 - District Chsmpion 

2 - District Runner-up 

3 - Third-place District 

4 - Fourth-place District 







NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 1993 



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at Murray (1 0-0) 



f 993 FOOTBALL - CLASS A 











Todd Co. Central (2-8) 








at Crittenden Co. (5-5) 










(at higher seed or odd 












Heath (5-5) 








South Hopkins (3-7) 










(at odd region) 














at Fulton Co. (8-1) 








Fulton City (6-3) 




















at Russellville (8-2) 








at Bardstown (1 0-0) 


















Henry Co. (5-5) 








at Harrodsburg (8-2) 






















Washington Co (5-5) 








Lex. Catholic (5-5) 






















at Campbellsville (8-2) 








Green Co. (5-5) 




















at Garrard Co (1 0-0) 








at Newport Catholic (9-1) 


1 p.m. 

narrlinAl ^t;lHilim 










Louisville, Kentucky 


1993 


Fairview (5-5) 






Class A 


at Raceland (5-5) 








Champion 














Lloyd Memorial (6^) 








Paintsville (6^) 
























at Beechwood (6-3) 








Dayton (5-5) 




















at Paris (9-1 ) 








at Hazard (8-2) 


















Fleming-Neon (3-7) 








at Jenkins (7-3) 






















Lynn Camp (7-3) 






Phelps (4-5) 
















at Cumberland (7-3) 






Pineville (4-6) 














atPikeville(9-1) 







NOVEMBER/DECEMBER (993 





lATHLETE 7 


at Mayfield (7-3) 


1993 FOOTBALL - CLASS AA 


Muhlenberg South (5-5) 












(at higher seeds) 






at McLean Co. (9-1) 


(at higher seed or odd 




Caldwell Co. (5-4) 




















Hancock Co. (6-4) 


(at odd region) 




at Wetjster Co. (6-3) 




















Fort Campbell (3-6) 








at Owensboro Cath. (9-1 ) 






















at Russell Co. (9-1 ) 






LaRue Co. (5-5) 
























at Fort Knox (7-3) 








Monroe Co (5-5) 


















Elizabethtown (5-5) 








at Allen Co, -S. (8-2) 






















Glasgow (4-6) 








at Bullftt East (7-3) 














at Danville (1 0-0) 


4 p.m. 






Madison Southern (6-4) 




Louisville, Kentucky 


1993 




Class AA 










Champion 


at Rockcastle Co. (9-1) 








Mercer Co, (8-2) 






















Corbin (5-5) 








at Anderson Co. (8-2) 




















Bourtcn Co. (4-6) 








at Somerset (8-2) 




















at Russell (9-1 ) 






Sheldon Clark (6-3) 
























at Whitesburg (8-2) 








East Carter (7-3) 


















M.C. Napier (5-5) 






at Lawrence Co. (8-2) 




















Lewis Co. (4-6) 






at Prestonsburg (1 0-0) 










NOVEMBERIDECEMBt 


n 1773 ■ -■ 















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atGt3vesCo. (10-0) 



1993 FOOTBALL -- CLASS AAA 











FranMin-Simpson (6-4) 








at Warren Central (8-2) 


(at higher seeds) 








(at higher seed or odd 












Hopkinsville (6-3) 








Bowling Green (8-2) 










(at odd region) 














at Pad. Tilghman (6-3) 








Calloway Co. (3-7) 




















at Owensboro (1 0-0) 








at Meade Co. (7-3) 


















Woodford Co. (5-5) 








at South Oldham (5-5) 






















Marion Co. (6-4) 








Franklin Co. (3-7) 






















at Nelson Co (8-2) 








Barren Co. (5-5) 




















at Lincoln Co. (9-1 ) 




riay-AmKAr ^ 




at Cov. Catholic (9-1 ) 


7 p.m. 










Louisville, Kentucky 


1993 


Montgomery Co. (6^) 






Class AAA 


at Boyd Co. (7-3) 








Champion 














Simon Kenton (7-3) 








Harrison Co. (8-2) 




















at Highlands (7-3) 






Conner (6^) 














at Paul Blazer (7-3) 






at Bell Co. (10-0) 












Clay Co. (3-6) 






at Breathitt Co. (7-3) 
















Knox Central (6-4) 






Belfry (4-6) 
















at Cawood (9-1 ) 






Pulaski SW (2-8) 














at Leslie Co. (7-2) 







NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 199. 



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at Christian Co. (5-5) 



1993 FOOTBALL - CLASS AAAA 











Central Hardin (1-9) 








at Shelt)y Co. (5-4) 










(at higher seed or odd 












Madisonville (7-3) 








Bullitt Central (4^) 










(at odd regior)) 














at Daviess Co. (4-6) 








Marshall Co. (5-5) 




















at North Hardin (9-1) 








at Butler (9-1 ) 


















Central (5-5) 








at Eastern (7-2) 






















Holy Cross (4-6) 








Trinity (6-3) 






















at Valley (7-3) 








=RP (5-5) 




















it Ballard (7-2) 








9t DeSales (7-3) 


4 p.m. 










Louisville, Kentucky 


1993 


OuPont Manual (5-5) 




Class AAAA 


it St. Xavier (8-2) 








Champion 














roquois (6-4) 








-ern Creek (7-3) 
























It Fairdale (6-4) 








southern (4-6) 




















It Male (9-1) 








it Boone Co. (8-2) 


















Jessamine Co. (3-7) 








it Clari< Co. (5-5) 






















:ampt)ell Co. (6-4) 








Niorth Laurel (5-5) 






















it Bryan Station (9-1) 








-afayette (4-6) 




















it South Laurel (6^) 









NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 1993 



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1993-94 High School Basketball Alignment 



REGION I 

District 1 - Carlisle County, Fulton 
City, Fulton County, Hickman 
County 

District 2 - Heath, Lone Oak, Paducah 
Tilghman, Reidland 

District 3 - Ballard Memorial, Graves 
County, St. Mary 

District 4 - Calloway County, Marshall 
County, Mayfield, Murray 
REGION II 

District 5 - Caldwell County, 
Crittenden County, Livingston Cen- 
tral, Lyon County, Trigg County 

District 6 - Henderson County, Provi- 
dence, Union County, Webster 
County 

District 7 - Dawson Springs, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins, 
South Hopkins, West Hopkins 

District 8 - Christian County, Fort 
Campbell, Hopkinsville, University 
Heights (Boys) 
REGION III 

District 9 - Apollo, Daviess County, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic 

District 10 - Butler County, 
Muhlenberg North, Muhlenberg 
South 

District 11 - Breckinridge County, 
Frederick Fraize, Hancock County, 
Trinity (Whitesville) 

District 12 -Grayson County, McLean 
County, Ohio County 
REGION IV 

District 13 - Logan County, 
Russellville, Todd County Central 

District 14 - Bov^ing Green, Franklin- 
Simpson, Greenwood, Warren 
Central, Warren East 

District 15 - Allen County-Scottsville, 
Barren County, Edmonson County, 
Glasgow 

District 16 - Clinton County, 
Cumberland County, Metcalfe 
County, Monroe County 
REGION V 

District 17 - Central Hardin, 
Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Meade 
County, North Hardin 

District 18 - Caverna, Green County, 
Hart County, LaRue County 

District 19 - Bardstown, Bethlehem, 
Nelson County, Washington 
County 

District 20 - Adair County, 
Campbellsville, Marion County, 
Taylor County 
REGION VI 

District 21 - Central, Portland Chris- 
tian, Presentation (Girls), 
Shawnee 

District 22 - Butler, Holy Cross (Lou- 
isville), Pleasure Ridge Park, West- 
ern 



District 23 - Beth Haven, Doss, 
Fairdale, Valley 

District 24 - DeSales (Boys), Evangel 
Christian, Holy Rosary (Girls), 
Iroquois, Southern 
REGION VII 

District 25 - Brown (Boys), duPont 
Manual, Louisville Collegiate, 
Male, Mercy Academy (Girls), St 
Francis, St Xavier (Boys) 

District 26 - Assumption, Atherton, 
Christian Academy-Louisville, 
Seneca, Tnnity (Louisville) (Boys) 

District 27 - Fern Creek, Highview 
Baptist, Jeffersontown, Moore, 
Walden 

District 28 - Ballard, Eastern, Ken- 
tucky Country Day, Sacred Heart 
(Giris), Waggener 
REGION Vlll 

District 29 - Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, 
North Bullitt, Spencer County 

District 30 - Anderson County, Emi- 
nence, Henry County, Shelby 
County 

District 31 - Carroll County, Gallatin 
County, Oldham County, South 
Oldham, Trimble County 

District 32 - Grant County, Owen 
County, Scott County, 

Williamstown 
REGION IX 

District 33 - Boone County, Conner, 
Lloyd Memorial, Ryle, Simon 
Kenton, St. Henry. Walton Verona 

District 34 - Beechwood, Covington 
Catholic (Boys), Covington Latin 
(Boys), Dixie Heights, Holy Cross 
(Covington), Ludlow, Notre Dame 
(Giris), Villa Madonna 

District 35 - Bellevue, Dayton, 
Holmes, Newport, Newport Cen- 
tral Catholic 

District 36 - Bishop Brossart, 
Campbell County, Highlands, 
Scott, Silver Grove 
REGION X 

District 37 - Bourbon County, 
Harrison County, Millersburg Mili- 
tary Institute (Boys), Nicholas 
County, Paris 

District 38 -Augusta, Bracken County, 
Deming, Pendleton County, 

District 39 - Fleming County, Mason 
County, St. Patrick, Tollesboro 
(Boys) 

District 40 -Bath County, Estill County, 
George Rogers Clark, Montgom- 
ery County 
REGION XI 

District41 -Frankfort, Franklin County, 
Western Hills, Woodford County 

District 42 - Jessamine County, Lex- 
ington Catholic, Lexington Chris- 
tian, Sayre 



District 43 -Bryan Station, Henry Clay, 

Lafayette, Paul Dunbar, Tates 

Creek 
District 44 - Berea, Madison Central, 

Madison Southern, Model 
REGION XII 
District 45 - Boyle Co, Casey County, 

Danville, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, 

Lincoln County 
District 46 - Burgin, Garrard County, 

Harrodsburg, Mercer County 
District 47 - McCreary Central, 

Monticello, Russell County, Wayne 

County 
District 48 - North Laurel, Pulask 

County, Pulaski Southwestern, 

Somerset, South Laurel 
REGION XIII 
District 49 - Clay County, Jackson 

County, Oneida Baptist Institute, 

Rockcastle County 
District 50 - Barbourville (Boys) 

Corbin, Knox Central, Lynn Camp, 

St. Camillus, Whitley County, 

Williamsburg 
District 51 - Bell County, Middlesboro, 

Pineville, Red Bird 
District 52 - Cawood, Cumberiand, 

Evarts, Harian 
REGIONXIV 
District 53 - Fleming-Neon, Jenkins, 

Letcher, Whitesburg 
District 54 - Buckhorn, Dilce Combs 

Hazard, Leslie County, M.C. Napiei 
District 55 - Breathitt County, Cordia, 

Jackson City, June Buchanan 

School, Knott County Central, Riv- 
erside Christian 
District 56 - Lee County, Owsley 

County, Powell County, Wolfe 

County 
REGION XV 
District 57 - Johnson Central 

Magoffin County, Paintsville 

Sheldon Clark 
District 58 - Allen Central, Betsy 

Layne, Prestonsburg, South Floyc 
District 59 - Millard, Pike County Cen- 
tral, Pikeville, Shelby Valley 
District 60 - Belfry, Elkhorn City, Feds 

Creek, Phelps 
REGIONXVI 
District 61 - Menifee County, Morgan 

County, Rowan County 
District 62 - East Carter, Elliott County, 

Lewis County, West Carter 
District 63 - Fairview, Greenup 

County, Raceland, Russell 
District 64 - Boyd County, Lawrence 

County, Paul Blazer, Rose Hill 

Christian 



NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 199- 



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1993-94 Basketball Rules Interpretations 



SITUATION # 1: A1 is fouled and has 
been awarded 2 free throws. Before 
the ball Is placed at the free thrower's 
disposal, A1 pulls his or her shirt out. 
The official directs A1 to tuck the shirt 
back in, but A1 refuses and uses pro- 
fane language. 

RULING: A1 is immediately disquali- 
fied for the flagrant technical foul. A1 's 
replacement will attempt the 2 free 
throws. (10-3-8b Pen) 
SITUATION #2: As A1 secures a re- 
bound, the covering official notices that 
A1's nose is bleeding. The official 
properly stops play. While directing A1 
to leave the game, the official notices 
there is blood on Bl's arm, apparently 
from Al's injury. 

RULING: B1 will also be directed to 
leave the game and go to the bench for 
appropriate treatment. (3-3-5) 
SITUATION #3: While A1 and A2 are 
passing the ball around in A's 
frontcourt, post player A3 notices a 
bleeding scratch on his or her arm. A3 
immediately requests a timeout and 
hustles to the bench area for treatment. 
A3's bleeding is stopped during the 
time-out and he or she returns to play 
with the other players 
RULING: A3 is entitled to return to play 
unless the officials determine that A3 
is still bleeding. Since the officials did 
not halt play for A3 and did not direct A3 
to leave the game, he or she may be 
treated during the time-out. (3-3-5) 
SITUATION #4: A1 and B1 forcefully 
collide and A1 sustains a nose injury 
vrtth considerable bleeding. A1's blood 
gets onto Bl's uniform shirt in such an 
amount that the official judges it to be 
excessive. 

RULING: Both A1 and B1 v^rill be di- 
rected to leave the game. The fact it is 
A1's blood on Bl's uniform is immate- 
rial. He or she must change that part of 
the uniform and may not return until the 
next substitution opportunity. (3-3-5) 
SITUATION #5: After a lengthy substitu- 
tion process involving multiple substi- 
tutions for both Team A and Team B, AS 
goes to the bench and remains there, 
believing he or she has been replaced. 
The ball is put in play even though 
Team A has only four players on the 
court. Team A is bringing the ball into 
A's frontcourt when the coach of Team 
A realizes they have only four players. 
The coach yells for A5 to return and A5 
sprints directiy onto the court without 



reporting or without being beckoned. 
RULING: A technical foul is charged to 
A5 for returning during playing action 
even though A5 had not been replaced. 
(10-3-4) 

SITUATION #6: A1 is awarded 2 free 
throws and makes the first one. A2 
violates on Al's 2nd attempt and B is 
awarded the ball for a throw-in. Can the 
thrower of B run the end line? 
RULING: No The throw-in shall be from 
a designated spot on the end line (7- 
5-11) 

SITUATION #7: Team A scores a field 
goal. The ball drops through the net 
and is on the floor on the end line when 
A2 holds B2 RULING: If the official has 
started the throw-in count the foul is 
charged as any other live ball holding 
foul. However, if the throw-in count has 
not started the ball is dead, a foul is not 
charged unless it is intentional or fla- 
grant. (4-18-1 Note) 
SITUATION #8: A1 drives for a try and 
jumps and releases the ball. Contact 
occurs between A1 and B1 after the 
release and before airborne shooter 
A1 returns to the floor. One official calls 
a blocking foul on B1 and the other 
official calls a charging foul on A1 . The 
try is successful. 

RULING: Even though airborne shooter 
A1 committed a charging foul, it is not 
a player control foul. The fouls by A1 
and B1 result in a double personal foul. 
The double foul does not cause the ball 
to become dead on the try and the goal 
is scored An alternating possession 
throw-in results (4-18-2, 7b) 
SITUATION #9: The scorer notifies the 
referee 10 minutes before the sched- 
uled starting time that Team B has not 
submitted its roster In addition during 
the game, the Team B coach asks the 
scorer to add a name to the book on two 
separate occasions RULING: Team B 
is penalized with one technical foul to 
start the game for failure to submit its 
roster and to designate the starters. 
The first addition to the list during the 
game would also result in one techni- 
cal foul charged to the team. However, 
the second name addition or any other 
subsequent administrative infractions 
would not result in a penalty, as the 
maximum of one technical foul has 
already been charged following the 10- 
minute requirement. (3-2, 10-1 -1,2b) 
SITUATION #10: B1 fouls A1 while A1 is 
in the act of shooting. The try is suc- 



cessful. The administering official sig- 
nals 2 free throws instead of 1. Al's 
free throw is successful and B1 grabs 
the ball as it comes through the net and 
inbounds it to B2. The administering 
official then sounds his or her whistle 
to halt play. 

RULING: Since A1 did attempt the one 
merited free throw, there actually is no 
correction to be made. Continue the 
game with a throw-in by B. (2-10) 
SITUATION #11: A1 inbounds the ball 
to A2 who is immediately trapped near 
the end line by B2. A2 is unable to 
dribble or pass and in desperation 
bounces the ball off Bl's leg and it 
deflects directiy out-of-bounds 
RULING: B1 has caused the ball to go 
out-of-bounds. Team A's ball for a 
throw-in. (7-2 - 9-3) 
SITUATION #12: A1 attempts a pass to 
A2 during pressing action in A's 
backcourt. The ball hits B's backboard 
and deflects directly back to A1 who 
catches the ball and- (a) starts a dribble- 
, or (b) passes the ball to A2. 
RULING: It is a violation in (a) for starting 
a 2nd dribble as the pass against B's 
backboard was the start of the 1st 
dribble which ended when A1 recov- 
ered In (b) the pass is legal action. (4- 
4-5-1 9-5) 

SITUATION #13: A1 attempts a pass to 
A2, but seeing it will be intercepted, he 
or she: (a) runs and catches the ball 
before it hits the floor, or (b) recovers 
the ball after it has bounced off the floor. 
RULING: In (a) and (b) the action de- 
scribed is the start and end of a dribble. 
If A1 dribbled before the pass, it is a 
double dribble in (a) and (b). (4-15) 
SITUATION #14: B1 is directed to leave 
the game because of excessive blood 
on his or her uniform shirt. Team B's 
manager has failed to pack any extra 
shirts, (a) The coach asks one of the 
substitutes to give his or her shirt to Bl 
or (b) Team A is able to find a shirt which 
Bl can wear even though it is not ex- 
actly the same color or style of the 
Team B shirts. The shirt will however, 
clearly identify Bl as a member of Team 
B and will not be confusing to either 
team or the officials. 
RULING: Acceptable procedure in both 
(a) and (b). In both situations the scorer 
will make necessary changes in the 
scorebook v/ithout penalty. (3-3-5) 



NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 1993 



12 I ATHLETE 



November 1993 



SUN 



MON 



TUE 



WED 



THU 



FRI 



SAT 



7:00pm BK Clinic 
•Apollo 



School Deadline 
to Enter Winter 
Sports 



7:00pm BK Clinic 
- Graves County 



7:00pm BK Clinic 
• Ctiristian Co 



7:00pm BK Clinic 
- Bowling Green 
HS 



Girls State SO 
Semi-Finals 



FB Playoffs 
Round One 



KASSP Fall Conference, Ft. Mitchell 



Girls State SO Round One 



1 



Boys Regional SO Tournament 



1:00pm WR 

Clinic - Conner 
SAT Test Date 



Girls State SO 
Finals, TBA 



State XC, 
Lexington 



FB Playoffs 
Round One 



8 

7:00pm BK Clinic 
- Henry Clay 



10 



11 



12 



13 



Boys State SO 
Semi-Finals 



Boys State SO Round One 



FB Playoffs Round Two 



14 



15 

1st SW, BK(Non 
FB) Contest 



16 

7:00pm WR 
Clinic - Ky. 
School f/t Blind 



17 



18 



19 



20 



10:30am KHSADA 
Ex Cm - 
Louisville 



FB Playoffs Round Three 



21 



22 



23 



24 



25 

Thanksgiving 



26 



27 



FB Playoffs Semi-Finals 



28 



29 

1st FB school BK 
Contest 



30 



NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 1993 



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December 1993 



SUN MON TUE 


WED 


THU 


FRI 


SAT 




1 

Isf TR practice 

Deadline for 

Delegate 

Assembly 

Proposals 


2 


3 


4 

SAT Test Date 
1st WR Contest 




State FB Finals - Louisville \ 










BOC Meeting, Louisville | 








5 


6 

1:00pm BK Make- 
up Clinic- 
KHSAA 

National 

Federation Part 
II Exam - BK, 
WR 


7 

7:00pm TR Clinic 
- Paducafi 
Tilgfiman HS 


8 

7:00pm TR Clinic 
- Daviess Co. 
HS 


9 


10 


11 

ACT Test Date 


KASS, Gait House East - Louisville | 


NatlConf of HS...| 










12 


13 

1:00pm BK (Make- 
up Clinic- 
KHSAA 


14 


15 

7:00pm TR Clinic 

- St. Xavier HS 
Deadline for 

Ordering 

KHSCCA 

Coacties Cards 


16 


17 


18 


Natl Conf of HS Athletic Directors - Las Vegas \ 










19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 

Christmas 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 

New Year's Eve 





NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 1993 



14 I ATHLETE 



Committee To Study Swimming Realignment 



The Swimming Committee met 
on Wednesday, Sept. 22, 1993, at the 
KHSAA Office in Lexington. Assistant 
Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries called 
the meeting to order at 1:30 p. m Com- 
mittee members present included Tim 
Cahill, Matt Rydson, Martin O'Toole, 
Jim Rogers, David Webb, Karen 
Vanover, Paul Short, Wynn Paul, and 
Steve Bush. 

Wynn Paul gave a brief presen- 
tation on upcoming sw^imming events 
scheduled at the Lancaster Aquatic 
Center, University of Kentucky. Wynn 
extended an invitation to all committee 
members to attend any and all events 
at the Lancaster Center 

The first item on the agenda 
v^ras the selection of the regional sites 
The managers and sites are as fol- 
lows: Central Kentucky Region - Tim 
Cahill, Model High School, Richmond; 
Jefferson County Region - Martin 
O'Toole, Crescent Hill, Louisville; 
Northern Kentucky Region -Dave Webb, 
Scott High School, Covington; Western 
Kentucky Region - Jim Rogers, 
Hopkinsville High School, Hopkinsville. 
The committee discussed the regional 
information sheets and made some 
minor changes. The Regional entry 
deadline date is Jan 26, 1994 Re- 
gional meets are scheduled on Febru- 
ary 4-5, 1994 

The committee discussed the 
possibility of realigning the swimming 
regions. A subcommittee was formed 
to study the current alignment and to 
recommend a plan to the full commit- 
tee. Subcommittee members include 
the following people: Chairperson Jim 
Rogers, Jerry Mohr, Matt Rydson, Paul 
Klingensmith, Tim Cahill and Dave 
Bunnell. The subcommittee will report 
back to the sv^mming committee at the 
next meeting. 

There was a lengthy discus- 
sion on changing the entry forms for the 
1993-94 State Meet. Marty O'Toole 
submitted a one-page sample entry 
form to the committee for their consid- 
eration. The committee was in favor of 
the new form and O'Toole and Cahill 
will make final revisions on the form 
prior to the school mailing. Further- 
more, the committee is working toward 
a different method of seeding the state 
meet, by utilizing computer software 
compatible with the equipment used 
for the state meet. 



The next item for discussion 
was the State Swimming Meet and 
Site. The 1994 meet is scheduled on 
Feb. 18-19, 1994 in the Lancaster 
Aquatic Center at the University of Ken- 
tucky. The preliminary heats will con- 
sist of three heats of eight swimmers in 
all swimming events. Dave Webb 
made a motion that the finals consist of 
eight swimmers in the consolation heat, 
and eight swimmers in the champion- 
ship heat. The motion passed. The 
scoring at the State meet will change 
from 12 to 16 places. However, awards 
will remain through 12 places. The 
seeding meeting for the state meet is 
scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 6, 1994 

The 1992-93 committee recom- 
mendation that a two-meet require- 
ment be implemented in swimming for 
participation in the regional swimming 
meets, will be submitted to the Board of 
Control at the Oct. 15, 1993 meeting. 

The committee reviewed the 
state meet information and made a few 
changes for the 1994 meet. 

The next item for discussion 
was in reference to diving judges at the 
state meet. Each of the regional man- 
agers v\flll be responsible for providing 
at least one diving judge for the state 
meet The additional judges will be 
selected at large, as has been done in 



the past, so a seven-judge panel can 
be used. 

The State Meet Combined 
Awards have been underwritten by a 
corporate sponsor in the past. Cahill 
will coordinate the sponsorship again 
this year. Should a sponsor be unavail- 
able, these awards will be dropped. 
The regular team awards sponsored 
by the KHSAA vwll not be affected. 

DeVries presented the National 
Federation rule changes for 1993-94. 
She also presented a press release 
from the Florida High School Activities 
Association regarding their policy on 
water depth and starting blocks. It was 
recommended that there be strict ad- 
herence to all swimming rules. If water 
depth is less than the required water 
depth specified in swimming rules 2- 
7-2, then host management should 
require that they start in the water. 

The next item on the agenda 
was a review of the KHSAA handbook, 
limitation of seasons, and tourney rules. 

Miscellaneous items included 
a listing of the various high school 
Swimming and Diving meets sched- 
uled around the state. This info will be 
included with the Regional and State 
Information to be mailed at a later date. 

There being no further busi- 
ness, the meeting was adjourned. 



Swimming Regional Managers 


Regionals 


- February 4-5, 1994 


1. Western Kentucky 




2. Jefferson County 


Hopkinsvilles High School 




Crescent Hill/St. Xavier H.S. 


430 Koffman Drive 




1609 Poplar Level Road 


Hopkinsville, KY 42240 




Louisville, KY 40217 


Director: Jim Rogers 




Director: Marty O'Toole 


School: 502/887-1219 




School: 502/637-4712 


Home: 502/885-6909 




Home: 502/459-2884 


3. Central Kentucky 




4. Northern Kentucky 


Eastern Kentucky Univ. 




Scott High School 


Begley #420 




5400 Old Taylor Mill Road 


Richmond, KY 40475 




Covington, KY 41015 


Director: Tim Cahill 




Director: Dave Webb 


Office: 606/622-2129 




School: 606/356-6646 


Home: 606/623-8320 




Home: 606/371-6673 
STATE MEET 




February 17-18, 1994 


University of Kenti 


cky, 


Lancaster Aquatic Center, Lexington 



NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 1993 



I ATHLETE 15 



1993-94 High School Swimming Alignment 



WESTERN KENTUCKY REGION 

Girls 

Apollo, Barren Co., Bethlehem, Bowl- 
ing Green, Campbellsville, Central 
Hardin, Daviess Co., Elizabethtown, 
Fort Campbell, Fort Knox, Franklin- 
Simpson, Glasgow, Grenwood, Heath, 
Henderson Co., Hickman Co., 
Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Mad -North 
Hopkins, Marion Co., Marshall Co , 
Mayfield, Murray, North Hardin, Ohio 
Co., Owensboro, Owensboro Catho- 
lic, Paducah Tilghman, Russellville, 
South Hopkins, St. Mary, Taylor Co. 

Soys 

Apollo, Barren Co , Bethlehem, Bowl- 
ing Green, Campbellsville, Central 
Hardin, Daviess Co., Elizabethtown, 
Fort Campbell, Fort Knox, Franklin- 
Simpson, Glasgow, Greenwood, 
Heath, Henderson Co., Hickman Co , 
Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Mad-North 
Hopkins, Marion Co., Marshall Co , 
Mayfield, Meade Co , Murray, North 
Hardin, Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic, Paducah Tilghman, 
Russellville, South Hopkins, St Mary, 
Taylor Co., University Heights 

LOUISVILLE REGION 

Girls 

Assumption, Atherton, Ballard, Brown, 
Butler, Central, Manual, Doss, East- 
ern, Evangel, Fern Creek, Holy Cross, 
Holy Rosary, Ky. Country Day, Living 
Waters, Louisville Collegiate, Male, 
Oldham Co., PRP, Sacred Heart, Sen- 
eca, Shawnee, Shelby Co , South 
Oldham, St. Francis, Waggener 

Soys 

Atherton, Ballard, Brown, Butler, Cen- 
tral, DeSales, Eastern, Evangel, Fern 
Creek, Ky. Country Day, Ky. School f/t 
Blind, Living Waters, Louisville Colle- 
giate, Male, Oldham Co., PRP, Seneca, 
Shawnee, Shelby Co., St. Francis, St. 
Xavier, S. Oldham, Trinity, Waggener. 

CENTRALKENTUCKYREGION 

Girls 

Barbourville, Berea, Bourbon Co., Boyle 
Co., Bryan Station, Danville, Fairview, 
Franklin Co., Frankfort, George Rogers 
Clark, Harrison Co., Henry Clay, Jes- 
samine Co., Johnson Central, June 
Buchanan, KSD, Knott Co. Central, 
Knox Central, Lafayette, Lex. Catholic, 
1 Lex. Christian, Madison Central, Madi- 



son Southern, Mercer Co , Model, 
Monticello, Oneida Baptist, Paris, Paul 
Dunbar, Sayre, Scott Co., St, Camillus, 
Tates Creek, Western Hills, 
Woodbridge, Woodford Co. 

Soys 

Barbourville, Berea, Bourbon Co , Boyle 
Co , Bryan Station, Danville, Fairview, 
Frankfort, Franklin Co., George Rogers 
Clark, Hernson Co., Henry Clay, Jes- 
samine Co., Johnson Central, June 
Buchanan, KSD, Knott Co. Central, 
Knox Central, Lafayette, Lex Catholic, 
Lex. Christian, Madison Central, Madi- 
son Southern, Mercer Co., Model, 
Monticello, Oneida Baptist, Paris, Paul 
Dunbar, Sayre, Scott Co., St Camillus, 
Tates Creek, Western Hills, 
Woodbridge, Woodford Co 



NORTHERN KENTUCKY REGION 

Girls 

Beechwood, Bellevue, Boone Co., Boyd 
Co., Campbell Co., Conner, Dixie 
Heights, Highlands, Holmes, Holy 
Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Newport Cen- 
tral Catholic, Notre Dame, Paul Blazer, 
Russell, St Henry, Scott, Simon Kenton, 
Villa Madonna 

Soys 

Beechwood, Bellevue, Boone Co., Boyd 
Co., Campbell Co., Conner, Covington 
Catholic, Covington Latin, Dixie 
Heights, Holy Cross, Highlands, 
Holmes, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, 
Newport Central Catholic, Paul Blazer, 
Russell, Scott, Simon Kenton 




An unidentified diver heads toward the water in a full twist during last 
year's state meet. The '94 state finals will again be held at UK's 
Lancaster Aquatics Center, February 18-19. 



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1993-94 Swimming Rules Interpretations 



SITUATION #1: Referee assigns an 
official to stand by the recall rope to 
assure the rope is lowered to the water 
and to sound an air horn when the 
referee or starter has sounded a recall 
signal. RULING: Correct procedure. (2- 
7-4, 4-2-1 c) 

SITUATION #2: There is no recall rope 
available. The referee informs the 
swimmers that an air horn and/or an 
unden/vater strobe light will be used as 
a recall device. RULING: Correct proce- 
dure. COMMENT: Many pools do not 
have ample space to include a recall 
rope and personnel to handle it. (2-7- 
4) 

SITUATION #3: Swimmer A is listed on 
all three relays and is entered in the 
500 freestyle. In prelims, Swimmer A 
swims the medley relay and 500 
freestyle and qualifies for finals. Swim- 
mer A's team also qualifies in the 200 
freestyle relay and 400 freestyle relay. 
In finals Swimmer A swims in all 3 relay 
events. RULING: Legal. COMMENT: A 
relay is entered as a team of up to 8 
individuals (names) of which any 4 can 
swim at any one time at any level of a 
championship meet. Prelims and fi- 
nals are one meet. (3-2-1, 3-2-2) 
SITUATION #4: A swimmer enters and 
swims the 50 yard freestyle. In addi- 
tion, the swimmer is included on the 
list of eight swimmers for all three re- 
lays and does in fact swim in all three 
relays. RULING: Legal. COMMENT: A 
swimmer may enter 2 relays and 2 
individual events or 3 relays and 1 indi- 
vidual event. (3-2-1) 
SITUATION #5: In a championship meet 
Swimmer A is listed as one of the 8 
names on all 3 relays. He is also 
entered in the 100 freestyle and 100 
breaststroke. Swimmer A in trials 
swims medley relay, 100 freestyle, 200 
free relay and declares a false start in 
1 00 breaststroke. In the finals the coach 
advises that he \m\\ use Swimmer A in 
medley relay, 200 free relay, 400 free 
relay and 100 freestyle RULING: Ille- 
gal. COMMENT: Declaring a false start 
still counts as one of the four events a 
competitor may enter in that meet. (3- 
2-1 & 2) 

SITUATION #6: The 200 yard freestyle 
relay is started, the second swimmer 
is detected bleeding while on the block 
awaiting his/her start. The race is 
stopped, the bleeding is properly 
treated, maintenance of the block and/ 



or floor area is performed, a rest time 
is determined and the race is reswam 
RULING: Correct procedure COM- 
MENT: If the first swimmer has started 
and blood is detected on the block, the 
same procedure as indicated above is 
in order. If the fourth swimmer is bleed- 
ing, the race may be completed. Care 
of the swimmer and cleaning the area 
may take place after the relay is com- 
pleted. (3-2-5) 

SITUATION #7: A swimmer has a minor 
scrape on his/her leg received during 
warm-up It is an open wound but the 
bleeding or flow of bodily fluids has 
stopped RULING: Swimmer may con- 
tinue to participate as long as there is 
no bleeding or oozing of body liquids 
from the scrape. The volume of water 
combined with chlorine, etc. makes 
any blood to water ratio insignificant 
(3-2-5) 

SITUATION #8: A swimmer receives a 
very bad cut on the bottom of her foot 
There is severe bleeding RULING: 
Swimmer may not compete further until 
the injury is treated and bleeding or 
flow of bodily fluids has been stopped 
(3-2-5) 

SITUATION #9: A swimmer is wearing 
a cap with a commercial logo 11/2" 
square. However, it enlarges beyond 
the rule specifications when the cap is 
put on the swimmer's head. 
RULING: Legal COMMENT: Measure- 
ment is to be done on uniform attire 
before the swimmer puts it on. (3-3-1) 
SITUATION #10: A swimmer is discov- 
ered wearing a svwm cap with a univer- 
sity name and/or university logo on it. 
The swimmer is allowed to compete. 
RULING: Incorrect procedure. COM- 
MENT: Only the competitor's school 
name and/or logo, any national flag or 
a legal size manufacturer's logo may 
be on the swimming attire. No penalty 
is assessed, however, unless the ille- 
gal attire is discovered before the race 
begins. (3-3-1, 4-2-2e) 
SITUATION #11: Host management 
requires all competitors using foreign 
substances such as oil or "water off to 
apply these substances in a room away 
from the pool deck. In addition, a moni- 
tor is stationed at the door to check the 
competitors for excessive substance 
on their body beforethey leave the room. 
RULING: Although the rules do not 
specify this procedure, it is okay to 
follow such a procedure. COMMENT: 



The use of some foreign substances is 
resulting in decks and/or starting plat- 
forms becoming slippery and the water 
in the pool becoming cloudy, both of 
which are safety considerations. It also 
results in additional maintenance prob- 
lems (clogged filters which have to be 
cleaned during the meet, slippery decks 
which require maintenance during the 
meet, etc.). (3-3-2) 

SITUATION #12: The referee directs a 
coach to remove a rub down table from 
the deck where swimmers are being 
rubbed down with oil and other lotions 
which create a hazardous condition on 
deck. RULING: Correct procedure. 
COMMENT: A rub down table may be 
used It is important that it be used in 
a designated area other than on deck. 
(3-3-2,4) 

SITUATION #13: In the prelims of a 
championship meet. Swimmer A 
swims medley relay, 100 freestyle and 
100 breaststroke. During finals. Swim- 
mer A swims in medley relay; then 
during the finals of the 100 freestyle, 
after all swimmers have completed the 
race. Swimmer A reenters the water 
without permission of referee. RUL- 
ING: Swimmer A is disqualified from 
the 100 breaststroke. (3-5-2, 3-5-5) 
SITUATION #14: The take-off/side 
judges in a championship meet carry a 
card and pencil for recording any viola- 
tions observed during the relay events. 
RULING: Although the rules do not 
specify this procedure, it is a good 
procedure to follow. (4-6-2) 
SITUATION #15: At an invitational meet 
held in a 20-yard pool, the water depth 
is less than 3'6" in the shallow end 
opposite the starting platforms. The 
coaches mutually agree that the 400- 
yard freestyle relay shall be shortened 
to 320 yards. RULING: Legal. COM- 
MENT: This results in all starts occur- 
ring at the same end of the pool. (5-1- 
2c) 

SITUATION #16: A backstroker takes a 
final armpull into the turn, turns past the 
vertical plane toward the breast, con- 
tinues to kick while finishing his/her 
stroke under the water. 
RULING: Legal. COMMENT: Once the 
backstroker's shoulders turn past the 
vertical toward the breast, all move- 
ment must be part of a continuous 
turning action. The completion of the 
stroke undenwater is part of the turn. (8- 
2-le) 



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1993-94 Wrestling Rules Interpretations 




SITUATION #1: Wrestler A cries out 
indicating injury in the middle of a near 
fall situation and the referee stops the 
match. Wrestler A has already taken 
three timeouts. 

RULING: Wrestler B would be declared 
the winner of the match by default. When 
the match is stopped in this situation it 
would be a timeout for Wrestler A and 
this would exceed the allowable num- 
ber. (8-2-1) 

SITUATION #2: From the down position 
the defensive wrestler comes up 
quickly and his head strikes the nose of 
the offensive wrestler causing bleed- 
ing. What are the guidelines for the 
referee to follow? 

RULING: The referee will stop the match 
and wrestling will not resume until 
appropriate treatment has been ad- 
ministered. This means the bleeding 
stopped and, if the uniform has an 
excessive amount of blood on It, it must 
be changed. By excessive we mean 
(will it transfer. Is it moist. Is it wet to the 
touch or is it soaked through?). Injury 
time is not charged for bleeding or the 
changing of a uniform The number 
and length of timeouts is left to the 
discretion of the referee (8-2-6 & 7) 
SITUATION #3: Wrestler A has his op- 
ponent on his back and has met near 
fall criteria. Prior to a three-point near 
fall being awarded the offensive wres- 
tler sustains a severe nosebleed. What 
is the procedure for the referee to fol- 
low? 

RULING: Anytime bleeding occurs the 
match shall be stopped. In this situa- 
tion, if the offensive wrestler had met 
near fall criteria for two seconds, he 
would be awarded a two-point near fall. 
If it was for less than two seconds there 
would be no points earned, (5-2-4f & g) 
SITUATION #4: Wrestler A slams Wres- 
tler B during the tiebreaker which makes 
the match score 4-3 in favor of Wrestler 
B. Wrestler B appears to be injured as 
a result of the slam. Do you wait for the 
two-minute recover time to see if Wres- 
tler B wins the match by default or is he 
the v^nner by a match score of 4-3? 
RULING: Rule6-7-1 states thatthewres- 
tler who scores the first points during 
the tiebreaker will be declared the win- 
ner, therefore, Wrestler B would be the 
vwnner of the contest by a match score 
of 4-3. (6-7-1) 

SITUATION #5: Wrestler A applies a full 
nelson and, at the same time, Wrestler 



B gets a cramp in his right calf or twists 
his ankle trying to get to his base. Both 
are unrelated to the illegal full nelson 
What is the correct course of action for 
the referee to take and would this be 
considered as injury time or recovery 
time? 

RULING: Rule 8-2-2 states that, if a 
contestant is injured as a result of an 
illegal hold, he would be allowed re- 
covery time. In the above situation the 
injury is not the result of an illegal hold, 
therefore. Wrestler B would have to use 
injury time. (8-2-2) 

SITUATION #6: In a multiple dual meet 
where you have four schools compet- 
ing i three dual meets each, what would 
be the penalty if an individual is called 
for flagrant misconduct in the second 
dual meet of the multiple school event? 
RULING: The points this individual 
would have earned during the first 
multiple school event would stand for 
his team score The dual meet in which 
the flagrant misconduct call was made 
would result in immediate disqualifi- 
cation from the match and an addi- 
tional wrestling in the multiple school 
event (7-4-3) 

SITUATION #7: Wrestler A is obviously 
stalling during the tiebreaker Is this a 
call that should be made by the referee 
or should it be ignored because of the 
tiebreaker situation? 
RULING: Each wrestler is required to 
make an honest attempt to wrestle 
aggressively regardless of the time or 
score in a match The tiebreaker pe- 
riod is no exception to the stalling rule. 
Therefore, when an official recognizes 
stalling, he shall penalize whenever it 
occurs. (7-6-1 & 2) 

SITUATION #8: The two contestants 
butt heads unintentionally and, as a 
result of this, one wrestler is injured 
and the other wrestler has a cut over his 
right eye The referee stops the match 
and starts the injury clock on the injured 
wrestler. A doctor takes care of the 
bleeding wrestler and, within approx- 
imately 3 1/2 minutes, the cut has been 
taken care of and all other appropriate 
action taken. The injured wrestler was 
ready to wrestle in 1 1/2 minutes. The 
bleeding contestant, however, at that 
time, indicates that he is not ready to 
wrestle. What is the correct procedure 
for the referee to follow at this point? 
RULING: Once appropriate treatment 
has been administered as a result of 



the bleeding and the contestant is not 
ready to continue wrestling, the injury 
clock would be started. (8-2-1 & 6) 
SITUATION #9: South High shows up at 
the weigh-in for a multiple school event 
and the 145-pound contestant has a 
full beard Is it permissible for him to 
wrestle in a high school contest? 
RULING: It is possible for an individual 
to wrestle in high school with facial hair 
as long as they comply with the follow- 
ing regulation: they must have written 
approval from the state high school 
association and they must wear a face 
mask during competition. (4-2-1) 
SITUATION #10: Wrestler A is attempt- 
ing a takedown of Wrestler B and, fol- 
lowing initial contact, both wrestlers go 
off of the mat vwth the exception of 
Wrestler A's feet. Is it possible for 
Wrestler A to secure a takedown with 
only his feet remaining inbounds? 
RULING: A takedown may be scored at 
the edge of the mat as long as control 
is established while at least the feet of 
the scoring contestant finish down on 
the mat inbounds. You must, however, 
have control at the time the referee sig- 
nals out-of-bounds. You cannot be called 
for out-of-bounds and then move up and 
gain control for a takedown. (5-2-1) 
SITUATION #11: Wrestler A is injured 
dunng the first period and uses 1:20 of 
injury time. During the second period, 
injury time is taken on two other occa- 
sions and the second time consumes 
15 seconds and the third time, 10 sec- 
onds. During the third period Wrestler 
A indicates that he is injured for a fourth 
time. What is the procedure for the 
referee to follow? 

RULING: Injury timeout now has two 
restrictions. There is a maximum of 
three timeouts per contest and a limit 
of two minutes. In the above situation, 
even though the two minutes have not 
been consumed, the maximum num- 
ber of timeouts has reached its limit of 
three, therefore, no timeout can be 
granted in this situation. Wrestler A 
must be ready to wrestle immediately 
or Wrestler B would wrjn the match by 
default. (8-2-1) 



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I ATHLETE 21 



Richeson's Track Interest KHSAA's Gain 



By Brooks Downing 
and Brigid DeVries 

In 1953, Dwight D. Eisen- 
hower was beginning his second year 
in the oval office, the University of Ken- 
tucky was a football powerhouse and 
the television set was the rave of the 
nation. 

Also, King Richeson was be- 
ginning his advocation as a track and 
field official at the high school level. 

Forty years later, King has "un- 
officially" retired from working the Ken- 
tucky High School Athletic Association's 
State Track Meet. No more King? 

"I may show up again next 
year," said Richeson, who loves all 
sports. "But I'll wait and see." 

His roots in the ancient sport 
run deep. 

"I first got interested in the 
sport after World War II," said Richeson, 
who served in the U.S. Navyfrom 1940- 
45 and saw action on both the Atlantic 
and Pacific fronts. 

He enrolled in Occidental 
College in California following his dis- 
charge and it was there he watched his 
first race. 

i"l just thought the 440, run 
around one turn, was great, and it was 
;then that I became interested in the 

II sport," Richeson said. 
After returning to Kentucky in 
1946, he earned his teaching degree 
at Kentucky Wesleyan College in Win- 
chester. 

He began teaching in 1948 at 
University High School in Lexington 
and his track officiating and coaching 
career took off. 

"I inherited the coaching job at 
University High," Richeson said. "Ba- 
sically, I took it over by default." 

While also serving as athletic 
director, Richeson coached track, golf 
and basketball. But track is what he 
remembers fondly. 

"We never had a full team at 
University High," he said. "Coach (John) 
Heber, Henry Clay's coach, would let 
me throw my six or seven players on the 
bus with his team when they traveled 
for a meet." 

Richeson's relationship with 
Heber continued to develop, and when 
Heber's team had a home meet, 
Richeson would serve as an official. 



"Several of my old friends and 
I just fell in love vwth the sport," Richeson 
said. "We would travel to Southern Indi- 
ana or Ohio State University to watch a 
track meet and we'd end up officiating 
it. From there my interest just grew." 

Since his days at University 
High, Richeson has taught and 
coached at a variety of schools Be- 
tween 1954-63, he taught at Morton 
Junior High in Lexington and at Henry 
Clay High School. 

From 1963-72, he taught 
briefly at Lees Junior College before 
moving on to Midway College in 
Versailles. Then, until his retirement in 
1983, Richeson taught at Woodford 
County High School. 

But one non-sports achieve- 
ment he's most proud of is that during 



his 35 years of teaching, he missed 
only 25 days of school, 20 during one 
stretch, due to back surgery. 

His astounding, good health 
record has also enabled him to keep 
defensive football stats for the Univer- 
sity of Kentucky at all of its home games. 
He began that advocation in 1954 and 
has only missed two games since. He 
also keeps the scorebook at UK bas- 
ketball games. 

But his skill as a track official, 
combined with his dedication and love 
for the sport, earned him the honor as 
the outstanding track official in 1993, 
the first time the award was presented 
bytheKHSAA. 

And, after 40 years working 
the State Meet, 25 asthe clerk of course, 
will he return? Just wait and see. 




King Richeson was honored as the state's top high school track official in 
1993. It was the first time the KHSAA had presented that award. Richeson 
served as a state track official for over 40 years, the last 25 as clerk of course. 



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BOYS' BASKETBALL 



HIGHLANDS 

Jan. 25, 1994 (H) 
Contact John Messmer 
(606) 781-3333 Ext. 33 

ROWAN COUNTY 

Dec. 22 (Home) 

Feb 1 (Home) 
Contact Claudia Hicks 
(606) 784-8956 

SHELDON CLARK 

Feb. 11, 12, 22 
Contact Sam Sparks 
(606) 298-3591 

TRINITY WHITESVILLE 

Jan 14-15 (Boys/Girls) 
Contact Larry Farmer 
(502) 233-5184 



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CENTERVILLE(OH) 

2,000 enrolled 

Sept 9/10, 1994 
Contact Bernie Whitzmann 
(513) 439-3517 

MONTGOMERYCOUNTY 

Sept 2, 1994 
Contact Paul Rams 
(606) 497-8765 or 498-6490 

SEYIVIOUR(lndiana) 

60 miles N Louisville 

Sept. 30, 1994 (H or A) 
Contact Mickey Beck 
(812) 522-4384 

TOLSIA(W.V.) 

460 enrolled 

Sept. 9, 1994 

Oct. 14, 1994 

Oct. 21, 1994 
Contact Terry Porter 
(304) 648-7015 



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SOUTH FLOYD 

Jan. 7-8, 1994 
Jan. 28-29, 1994 
Feb. 4-5, 1994 
Feb. 18-19, 1994 
Feb. 25-26, 1994 

Contact Jim Rose 

(606) 452-9600 



1993-94 Wrestling Alignment 



Region 1 

West Jefferson 

Doss, Fairdale, PRP, Shawnee, South- 
ern, Valley, Western 
Central Jefferson 

Atherton, Manual, KSB, Moore, Sen- 
eca, St Xavier, Trinity 

Region 2 

East Jefferson 

Central, Eastern, Fern Creek, 

Jeffersontown, KCD, Waggener 

Northern Kentucky 

Boone Co., Campbell Co , Conner, 

Dixie Heights, Holmes, Scott, Simon 

Kenton 



Track Clinics 



Clincs for the 1994 Track 
and Field season begin in Decem- 
ber and will held at eight locations 
around the state The makeup clinic, 
which requires a $50 fee to attend, 
will be held on April 14 at the KHSAA 
offices in Lexington 

The complete schedule 
follows. 



12/7 


Paducah (Tilghman H S ) 


12/8 


Owensboro (Daviess Co ) 


12/15 


Louisville (St. Xavier H.S.) 


2/16 


Cecelia (Central Hardin) 


2/22 


Russell (Russell) 


2/24 


Covington (Cov Catholic) 


3/1 


London (South Laurel) 


4/5 


Lexington (KHSAA) 


4/14 


Make-up - Lexington 




(KHSAA) 




1994 




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May 27-28, 1994 




Shively Track 




Un iversity of Kentucky 



Region 3 

Southi Oldham 

Boyle Co., Danville, Frankfort, Franklin 

Co, Jesamine Co., McCreary Central, 

Oldham Co., South Oldham, Wayne 

Co., Western Hills, Woodford Co. 

Henry Clay 

Boyd Co., Bryan Station, Dunbar, 

Harrison Co , Henry Clay, Johnson 

Central, Lafayette, Oneida Baptist, Paul 

Blazer, Rowan Co , Sheldon Clark, 

Tates Creek, West Carter, Whitley Co. 

Region 4 

Hardin County 

Central Hardin, Ft. Knox, North Hardin, 
LaRue Co 
West Kentucky 

Caldwell Co., Chnstian Co., Ft. Camp- 
bell, Hopkinsville, Lyon Co., Paducah 
Tilghman, Union Co., Webster Co. 




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January/February 
1994 

Board Refinances 

KHSAA Debt; 

Larry Con ley Agrees 

''o Lead Brick Campaign 



1994 Delegate 
Assembly List 



WCAA Rules Governing 
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Heading the KHSAA Court of Support 
Campaign is Larry Conley, an Ashland, Ky., 
native and current ESPN basketball analyst. 
Conley was an all-state basketball player at 
Ashland High School and led the Tomcats to 
the 1961 KHSAA Sweet Sixteen 
Championship. He later starred at the 
University of Kentucky and was a member of 
the famed Rupp's Runts squad which fmished 
as NCAA Runners-up in 1966. 

He still maintains close ties to his eastern 
Kentucky roots, serving on the board of the 
Citizens National Bank in Paintsville. 

Billy Wise, Commissioner of the KHSAA, 
remembers Larry as "...one of the grittiest 
players I ever saw. He truly was a great player 
and now is one of the finest sportscasters in the 



country. We are so very pleased to have him 
head the Court of Support Campaign." 

Conley also hails from a prominent 
Kentucky sports family. His father George was 
a high school coach and an outstanding 
basketball official at the high school and 
college level. Conley's sister coached 
basketball at Ashland Paul Blazer High 
School. 

"Kentucky High School athletics did a lot 
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heading this most worthwhile project," Conley 
said. "I urge you to purchase a brick, or bricks, 
to honor the deserving recipient of your choice. 
It will mean so much to you, your friends, and 
most of all to the young people of Kentucky 
who will benefit." 



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state-wide effort, offering to the people of 
Kentucky an opportunity to forever 
memorialize individuals or groups in this 
uniquely designed likeness of Kentucky. 

The Court of Support, made up of 1 9,000 
bricks, is located in front of the KHSAA's new 
building in Lexington, at the juncture of 1-75 
and US 60. When you purchase a brick it will 
be placed in the section of the state you choose 
and can recognize and memorialize a favorite 



coach, athlete, team, school, community, 
business or topic of your choice. 

Bricks range in size and cost, from two 
lines of information on a 4 x 8 brick for $100, 
to three lines on a 6 x 8 brick for $300, to four 
lines on an 8 X 8 brick for $500. You also will 
receive a handsome certificate for display, 
which includes a likeness of your brick with 
your information on it. 

Funds raised through the Court of Support 
Campaign will be used to retire the debt on the 



beautiful new structure, as well as provii 
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A Look Back At 1993 

By Brooks Downing 

What a year! 

The past 12 months will go down in the annals as a year 
of great turmoil forthe KHSAA. Just as the Association was about 
to regain Its footing, one of the state's newspapers tugged on 
the infamous rug and rehashed the old financial setback that 
occurred due to the construction of the KIHSAA's new headquar- 
ters. 

And most people thought Michael Jordan's retirement 
was the biggest sports Item to occur in 1993. They obviously 
didn't spend any time in high school athletics in Kentucky. 

By mid-summer, the creation of a new committee by the 
State Board of Education was dominating the daily routines of 
the KHSAA staff. Meanwhile, the Board of Control was looking 
into new ways to refinance the Association's debt. It was as if the 
true idea of sports, the pureness of athletics at the high school 
level, had been lost in the restructuring, big business reforma- 
tion of high school sports in the Bluegrass. 

But the year was a great one for high school sports on 
the field of play. The '93 Sweet Sixteen turned out to be one of the 
best in history. Nearly 23,000 fans were on hand for the cham- 
pionship game as Marion County's third try against Paul Dunbar 
was finally successful. The Knights only two losses were to 
Dunbar during the regular season, but as all of metropolitan 
Springfield cheered on Tim Davis' team, Marion County became 
the first Fifth Region team to win the Sweet Sixteen. 

The competition throughout the tournament was at a 
fever pitch, led by a strong final four of Marion County, Dunbar, 
PRP and Male. Jason Osborne, Darnell Burton, Anthony Epps 
and Danyell Macklin thrilled the crowd v^h spectacular plays. 

But 1993 could have been called the Year of Youth. 

Woodford County's Joe Carr became the first eighth 
grader to ever win a state wrestling title. As the son of Woodford's 
assistant coach, and former UK wrestler Joe Sr., little Joe took 
home the title in the 103-pound weight class. Carr also pro- 
pelled his Yellowjackets to the team title. 

Yet, even eighth-graders can be outdone. Along came 
the 1993 Cross Country championships and youth dominated 
the girls' races. Anna Ryan, a seventh-grader running for 
Covington Scott, won the Class 2A trophy. The oldest winner of 
the day was Mindy Martin, a Walton-Verona freshman who 
captured the Class A title. 

But with the best, and youngest, saved for last, the 
Class 3A title was won by Rachel Sanford, a 10-year-old fifth- 
grader who finished the 4,000-meter course in 14:59. Sanford, 
who attends Southern Elementary near Somerset, is in the 
"Class of 2001" at Southwestern Pulaski, the first-year high 

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6:00pm SB Clinic 
- Paul Blazer HS 

7:00pm BA Clinic 
■ Paul Blazer HS 



Deadline for 
Schools to 
Enter Teams 
Spring Sports 



6:00pm SB Clinic 

- Pikeville HS 
7:00pm BA Clinic 

- Pikeville HS 



6:00pm SB Clinic 

- Hazard HS 
7:00pm BA Clinic 

- Hazard HS 
KASSP Asst. Prin. 

Lexington 



6:00pm SB Clinic 

• South Laurel 

HS 
7:00pm BA Clinic 

- South Laurel 

HS 
KASSP Asst Prin.. 

Lexington 



5 

ACT Test Date 



District WR Tournaments 



r 



Regional SW Meets 



6:00pm SB Clinic 

- Paducah 
Tilghman HS 

7:00pm BA Clinic 

- Paducah 
Tilghman HS 



8 

6:00pm SB 
Clinic- 
Hopkinsville 
Comm. Col. 

7:00pm BA 
Clinic- 
Hopkinsville 
Comm. Cd. 



6:00pm SB Clinic 
- Owenst>oro 
Sportscenter 

7:00pm BA Clinic 
• Owensboro 
Sportscenter 



10 

6:00pm SB Clinic 

- Bowling Green 
HS 

7:00pm BA Clinic 

- Bowling Green 
HS 



11 

6:00pm SB Clinic 

• Elizabethtown 

HS 
7:00pm BA Clinic 

- Elizabethtown 

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6:00pm SB Clinic 

- Mason County 
HS 

7:00pm BA Clinic 

- Mason County 
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6:00pm SB Clinic 

- Covington 
Holmes 

7:00pm BA Clinic 

- Covington 
Holmes 

1st BA. SB.TN 
practice 



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6:00pm SB Clinic 

- Henry Clay HS 
7:00pm TR Clinic 

- Central Hardin 
HS 

7:00pm BA Clinic 

- Henry Clay HS 



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6:00pm SB Clinic 
• Gheens (Male 
HS). Louisville 

7:00pm BA Clinic 
- Gheens (Male 
HS). Louisville 



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Tournament. 

T8A 
State SW Meet. 

Univ. of 

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Tournament. 

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State SW Meet. 

UK 



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7:00pm TR Clinic 
- Russell HS 



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7:00pm TR Clinic 
- Covington 
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Board Signs Loan For Debt Refinancing 



MINUTES 



DECEMBERS, 1993 

The Board of Control of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Asso- 
ciation met at the Executive Inn, Louis- 
ville, Kentucky on Friday, December 3, 
1993. The meeting was called to order 
by President Ray Story at 8 a.m. with all 
Board members present. Also present 
were Commissioner Billy Wise, Exec. 
Asst. Louis Stout, Assistant Commis- 
sioners Brigid DeVries and Larry 
Boucher, Business Manager Julian 
Tackett, SID Brooks Downing, Ken 
Tippett, Board Attorney Danny Reeves 
and State Dept. of Education represen- 
tative Gary Faulkner. The invocation 
was given by Frank Cardwell. 

Frank Welch made a motion, 
seconded by Claudia Hicks, that the 
Minutes of the Oct. 15, 1993 meeting of 
the Board be approved. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Ozz Jackson moved to ap- 
prove the Minutes of the Nov. 22 Meet- 
ing of the East Eligibility Committee as 
corrected to show the athlete's name 
as Todd Jenkins. Cookie Henson sec- 
onded the motion which passed unani- 
mously. 

Jackson moved to approve the 
Minutes of the Nov. 22 Special Meeting 
of the Board. Frank Cardwell seconded 
the motion which passed unanimously. 

Following a discussion of the 
Oct. 1 through Nov. 22 bills. Ken Cox 
made a motion to accept. Welch sec- 
onded the motion which passed unani- 
mously. A discussion was then held 
regarding the 1993-94 Working Bud- 
get through Nov. 22. No action was 
taken. 

Commissioner Wise dis- 
cussed with the Board members an 
option to grant ticket purchasers to the 
Saturday 4A Football Playoffs $1.00 off 
the admission price if they presented a 
ticket stub from the Louisville vs. Michi- 
gan State Basketball Game to be 
played at Freedom Hall at noon. SID 
Brooks Downing offered to handle all 
arrangements. Grant Talbott made a 
motion to approve this request. Hicks 
seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

President Story called on 
Chairperson Welch for a report of the 
East Eligibility Committee. The Com- 
mittee met on Dec. 2 to hear an appeal 



from Eddie Brown, a student at Whitiey 
County High School. Welch made a 
motion, seconded by Jackson, that the 
Board accept a vote of approval of the 
East Eligibility Committee to waive By- 
Law 4(1) in the case of Eddie Brown, 
thereby allowing him to participate in 
interscholastic athletics immediately 
at Whitiey County High School. The 
motion passed 11-1. 

James Sexton, Chairperson 
of the West Eligibility Committee, gave 
his Committee's report of the appeal of 
LaTasha Hurst on December 2. Sex- 
ton made a motion that the Board ap- 
prove the report of the West Eligibility 
Committee to waive By-Law 6, 1(a) and 
allow LaTasha Hurst to participate in 
interscholastic athletics at Southern 
High School for the 1993-94 basket- 
ball season. Cookie Henson seconded 
the motion which passed 11-1 follow- 
ing a discussion of this appeal. 

President Story asked that it 
be noted that when the Board is to be in 
full session, appeals will be heard by 
the full Board rather than the East and/ 
or West Eligibility Committees. 

Talbott, Chairperson of the All- 
Sports Committee, was called on for 
the next report. The All-Sports Commit- 
tee made the following recommenda- 
tions: 

1) That the four-team format 
for the State Soccer Tournament be 
tabled until the January meeting; 

2) That the request for a $2.50 
increase in game fees for baseball 
umpires be deferred to a later date; 

3) That medals be awarded to 
winners and runners-up in team sports 
to the limit of the traveling parties. Grant 
Talbott made a motion that the All- 
Sports Committee's report be ac- 
cepted. James Sexton seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

Stan Steidel, Chairperson of 
the Basketball Committee gave the 
following report: 

1) Recommended that a sur- 
vey be conducted by Board members to 
determine preferences for the district 
and regional basketball tournament 
officials and report findings at the Janu- 
ary meeting; 

2) Continue the officials rat- 
ings experiment in the 6th & 7th Re- 
gions; 

3) Continue realignment 
study and report at the January meet- 



ing; 

4) Continue to consider until 
the January Board meeting a request 
from the Basketball Coaches' Asso- 
ciation that an active coach serve as a 
non-voting member of the KHSAA Bas- 
ketball Committee. The Board then 
accepted the Basketball Committee's 
report. 

Chairperson Jackson, Foot- 
ball Committee, was then called on. 
He presented the following items: 

1) Announced the appoint- 
ment of the Football Advisory Commit- 
tee and that the Committee will meet 
January 20; -3- 

2) Postponed a request from 
Beth Haven High School to survey the 
schools in regard to offering 8-man 
football until reclassification/realign- 
ment of the football schools has been 
finalized. Jackson made a motion, sec- 
onded by Cardwell, that the Board au- 
thorize staff to send a letter to Beth 
Haven advising them that their request 
was postponed. Motion passed unani- 
mously. 

President Story then called on 
Kathy Hopper, Chairperson of the Con- 
stitution & By-Laws Committee for a 
report. Due to the fact that By-Laws 4, 
6 and 13 need to be considered. Hop- 
per made a motion that any changes be 
discussed after the Blue Ribbon Com- 
mission Hearing. Henson seconded 
the motion which passed unanimously. 
Hopper then made a motion that the 
Board conduct a work session with 
Delegate Assembly members prior to 
the Annual Meeting. Henson seconded 
the motion which passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Wise advised 
the Board he had met further with 
TeleCable of Lexington and recom- 
mended that the Board enter into a 
three-year contract to televise the Boys' 
State Basketball Tournament on a de- 
layed basis. Cox moved to accept the 
Commissioner's recommendation. 
Talbott seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Wise then rec- 
ommended to the Board that the con- 
tract of Ray Hornback be extended for 
90 days due to the fact that It has taken 
more time than expected to obtain a 
Chairperson for the Court of Support 
Campaign, get the Committee orga- 
nized and put together a video, etc. 
Following discussion and recommen- 



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dations for setting forth timetable ex- 
pectations, Jackson moved to accept 
the Commissioner's recommendation 
to extend Ray Hornbaclc's contract until 
March 31, 1994. Cardwell seconded 
the motion which passed unanimously. 

Bob Rogers made several 
suggestions to expose the Mall of Fame 
Museum and Courtof Support to school 
personnel and other groups around 
the State. 

Commissioner Wise and 
Faulkner announced that the SBESE 
v/ill take action on the Review at their 
Jan. 4-5 meeting, and recommended 
that the Staff take action on certain 
items because they must be ad- 
dressed. 

Commissioner Wise then re- 
quested approval to attend the National 
Federation Winter Meeting in Point 
Clear, Ala., on Jan. 6-10, 1994 along 
writh Tackett who is a voting delegate at 
the Football Rules Meeting. Steidel 
moved to approve the Commissioner's 
request Talbott seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. 

The follownng Basketball Tour- 
nament Report was given: 

Boys' ticket sales through this 
date: $332,132 

Girls' ticket sales through this 
date: $30,152 

It was reported that the boys' 
ticket sales and the girls' ticket sales 
were behind last year's receipts. 
Tackett reported that a new Sports 
Committee has been formed in Louis- 
ville to promote the Football Playoffs 
and the 1994 Boys' Basketball Tourna- 
ment. Also, the KHSAA has received a 
commitment from Bowling Green to 
give Tinancial assistance in the amount 
of $10,000 to help with lodging and 
travel for the Girls' Basketball Tourna- 
ment. 

Faulkner reported to the Board 
on the Task Force Commission. He 
advised that the draft on Interscholas- 
tic Athletics was mailed to all schools, 
four public hearings were conducted 
and the Executive Summary was 
mailed to all Superintendents and 200 
media outlets. He stated that a sum- 
mary of the public hearings are to be 
mailed to the Board. He noted that 
some of his recommended changes 
may take statutory change while others 
will take regulatory change. Following 
a lengthy discussion between Faulkner 
and the Board, President Story advised 
that the draft is to be discussed further 
on Saturday. 



President Story then called on 
Board members and Staff for any mis- 
cellaneous items. 

Commissioner Wise advised 
the Board that three proposals have 
been submitted by member schools 
for consideration at the 1994 Delegate 
Assembly. Topics included are: a) 
each member school votes for each 
proposal; b) increase in number of 
preseason scrimmages; and c) coach- 
ing certification. These proposals will 
be submitted to the State Department 
and to legal counsel before placement 
on the Agenda to insure compliance 
v^th state laws. 

Hopper reminded Staff that all 
information pertaining to Committees, 
Appeals and regular Agenda items 
should be mailed ahead of the meeting 
date. 

Following a lengthy discus- 
sion with regard to final approval of 
bond refinancing. President Story re- 
cessed the meeting until Saturday, 
December 4 at 8:00 a.m. 

December 4, 1993 

President Story reconvened 
the December meeting of the KHSAA 
Board of Control on Saturday, Dec. 4, 
1993, at 8 a.m. w/ith all Board members 
present. Also present were Commis- 
sioner Billy Wise, Exec. Asst. Louis 
Stout, Assistant Commissioners Brigid 
DeVries and Larry Boucher, Business 
Manager Julian Tackett, SID Brooks 
Downing, Ken Tippett, Danny Reeves 
and John Wharton of Greenebaum Doll 
& McDonald, Gary Faulkner of the State 
Dept. of Education, Andy Hils and Bill 
Keller of Fifth Third Bank and Dirk 
Bedarff of Peck, Shaffer & Williams. 

President Story began the 
meeting with a discussion of the refi- 
nancing of the Bond issue. Board 
members were given a copy of all docu- 
ments pertaining to said refinancing 
for their review on Dec. 3. Story called 
on Tackett to discuss the issue at hand 
— that being the mechanic's lien filed 
by a contractor on the new office build- 
ing and Hall of Fame Museum in April 
of 1993. He explained the situation 
would therefore necessitate monies 
being deposited with the refinancing 
party to secure this lien. Several pos- 
sibilities were discussed for absolving 
the problem. Tackett also explained 
there would be two closings on the 
loan — one now, a taxable loan, and a 
tax exempt loan to be closed around 
the middle of February. 



Wharton of Greenebaum, Doll 
& McDonald was called on to answer 
specific questions regarding the word- 
ing in the loan documents. Hils of Fifth 
Third Bank, advised the Board mem- 
bers that some specific phrases were 
standard clauses in all loan docu- 
ments. 

President Story called on each 
Board member for comments on the 
revised documents. Rogers asked if 
the bank required a legal opinion and 
was advised they did not at this time but 
would require one at a later date. 

Other items of concern ex- 
pressed by the Board were pending 
litigation cases and the financial cost 
connected to the case in the event of a 
loss. Representatives of Fifth Third 
Bank expressed no concern regarding 
same. 

Hopper asked about the Debt 
Service Reserve. President Story ex- 
plained the need for $400,000 to be 
placed in escrow until the February 
loan closing, and then $280,000 to 
$300,000 to be placed in escrow to 
cover one year's payments. -6- 

Keller explained that the ap- 
praised value of the building is under 
the loan amount. 

Steidel commented that the 
purpose of the loan is to combine ob- 
ligations and all negotiations were in 
"good faith". The "Events of Default" 
which is an issue of concern of the 
Board is an important issue — but com- 
mon language and v\/ill be a part of the 
document with any financial institution. 

Keller pointed out that the bank 
will be meeting with Tackett on a regu- 
lar basis. 

Commissioner Wise stated 
that it would be in everyone's best inter- 
est to try to resolve the lien problem by 
February. 

Rogers noted that the Board 
did not ask for or obtain an actuarial 
analysis or a legal opinion of the new 
loan. 

Cardwell made a motion, sec- 
onded by Jackson, that $95,000 in the 
restricted Court of Support brick sales 
and $7,551 in loan proceeds be de- 
posited into an investment account at 
Fifth Third to secure the lien. The mo- 
tion passed unanimously. 

Talbott then made a motion 
that an investment account and a check- 
ing account be opened at Fifth Third 
Bank. Steidel seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. 



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8 5 ATHLETE 



Refinancing 

(continued from page 7) 

Due to the fact there were 
changes made on the original docu- 
ments typed on Dec. 3 and distributed 
for review, Talbott made a motion that 
President Story be allowed to initial the 
changed documents. Cox seconded 
the motion which passed unanimously. 

President Story then called for 
recess at 10 a.m. in order for Board 
members to sign loan documents. 

A blank amount existed on the 
Escrow Trust Agareement which would 
not be known until Monday, Dec. 6 due 
to the pricing of defeasance securities. 
Steidel moved to allow Commissioner 
to fill in amount and initial on the origi- 
nal document. Ken Cox seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

Hopper noted that at an ear- 
lier time she stated there was a blank 
in the original document and was ad- 
vised that all blanks would be filled in. 

President Story then called on 



Hornback for an update of the Court of 
Support Campaign. 

Hornback gave an enthusias- 
tic report of the campaign, and that the 
Court of Support is a good idea. He felt 
it needed more exposure across the 
State and thus the need for this state- 
wide campaign. Hornback then ex- 
plained the development of the video 
and it was previewed by the Board and 
Staff. 

President Story called on 
Commissioner Wise to discuss the 
next Agenda item — a rebate program 
for the member schools. Commis- 
sioner Wise recommended that this 
item be deferred to the January meet- 
ing. Steidel felt It necessary that the 
Board go on record as supporting such 
a rebate plan and the Board's intention 
of positively reviewing such a plan 
whether it be in the form of a rebate to 
the member schools or a reduction in 
dues for the 1994-95 school year with 
final resolution at the January 1994 
meeting. 

President Story proceeded 



with the next item on the Agenda — 
discussion of the Draft of Interschola 
tic Athletics prepared by the Task For^ 
Commission. Commissioner Wii 
then advised the Board members th 
he would be attending the Public He< 
ings of the Task Force Commission 
the week of Dec. 6-10 and would I 
happy to speak to any of the items if tl 
Board so desired. 

The Board then discuss( 
particular items in the draft, but took i 
action. 

Rogers made a motion 
adjourn. Steidel seconded the motii 
which passed 9-2 v^th one abstentic 
The meeting adjourned at noon. 

Steidel moved for Executi 
Session to discuss personnel itenr 
Talbott seconded the motion whi 
passed. 

Jackson made a motion 
return to Open Session. Hicks se 
onded the motion which passed, t 
action was taken in Executive Sessic 



Year-ln-Review 

(continued from page 3) 

school that she represented. 

And Sanford's adulation didn't 
stop with just the state's media. She 
appeared in Sports lliustrated's weekly 
"Faces In The Crowd" segment, which 
highlights amateur sports. 

Football was never more ex- 
citing than In Danville this past year, 
where the Sam Harp coached Admi- 
rals guided his team to second place 
on the state's all-time consecutive win 
list with 42 straight victories. But 
Danville wanted the prize of a third- 
consecutive state title, a prize that 
slipped from Its grip when the 
Prestonsburg Blackcats rolled into 
town and left with a thrilling 16-15 
double-overtime victory in the state 
semifinals. 

The year closed out on a sour 
note. Another "Hard Copy" report on 
transfers and eligibility by a state news- 
paper that thrust the KHSAA and its 
rules back onto the front page. But, as 
1994 quickly approached, it marked 
the beginning of a new year for the 
Association, now in its 77th season of 
creation. 

Lets hope this year is more 
exciting on the playing field, and less 
exciting off. Happy New Year! 



WE NEED 
YOU! 



The KHSAA needs your help 

in promoting its 

Court of Support! 

A new video and brochure has been produced 

promoting 

the KHSAA's new Hall of Fame and Museum 

and the importance of its brick sales. 

Show the tapes to your group or organization and help fund 

the KHSAA's new Hall of Fame and Museum. Just contact 

the KHSAA's Fund Raising Director for more information. 

(606)299-5472. 



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Conley Agrees To Promote Brick Sales 



MINUTES 



October 15, 1993 

The Board of Control of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Asso- 
ciation met at the KHSAA Office in Lex- 
ington, Kentucky on Friday, Oct. 15, 
1993. The meeting was called to order 
by President Ray Story at 8:30 a.m. with 
all Board members present. Others 
present were Commissioner Billy Wise. 
Executive Asst. Comm. Louis Stout, 
Assistant Commissioners Brigid L. 
DeVries and Larry Boucher, Bus. Af- 
fairs Manager Julian Tackett, KHSAA 
Attorney Danny Reeves and Michael 
Luscher, representing the State De- 
partment of Education. The Invocation 
was given by Stan Steidel. 

Story made opening remarks 
regarding the procedure for matters to 
be brought before the Board. He re- 
quested that the July minutes be 
amended to read that emergency ac- 
tion was taken by the Board to accept 
liability insurance coverage on Board 
members from National Sports Under- 
writers until bids could be obtained 
through the proper procedures. Frank 
Welch moved that the minutes of the 
July meeting be amended. GrantTalbott 
seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. Welch then moved to 
adopt the minutes of the July 16, 1993 
meeting as amended. Talbott sec- 
onded the motion which passed unani- 
mously. 

Appeals heard by the East & 
West Eligibility Committees were voted 
on as follows: 

East Eligibility on 9/1/93 

1) Sonja Ritchie - Stan Steidel moved to 
accept. Cookie Henson second, 
passed unanimously; 

2) James William Smith - Hicks moved 
to accept, Jackson second, passed 
unanimously, 

3) David Lindsay - Jackson moved to 
accept. Hicks second, passed unani- 
mously; 

4) Kelly Wynn - Held to 10/14 East 
Eligibility Meeting. 

West Eligibility on 10/14/93 

1) Ratal Turo, Jens Bliemeister- Frank 
Cardwell moved to accept, Steidel sec- 
ond, passed 11-1; 

2) Eric Martin - Cox moved to accept, 
Cardwell second, passed unani- 
mously; 



3) Elsa Dahle - Held to 10/15 Regular 
Meeting; 

4) Stephen Wade Lear - Steidel moved 
to accept. Hicks second, passed unani- 
mously. 

Easf Eligibility on 10/14/93 

1) Dantley Long, Darrell Whitenack, 
Chris Gammon, Wes Johnson - Jack- 
son moved to accept, Cox second, 
passed unanimously: 

2) Joe & Richard Alig - Jackson moved 
to accept, Henson second, passed 
unanimously: 

3) Kelly Wyn n - Welch moved to accept. 
Hicks seconded, passed unanimously. 

President Story then called on 
Klaus Heberle who requested an ap- 
peal before the Board on behalf of his 
niece, Elsa Dahle, a foreign student 
desiring to participate in athletics at 
Atherton. Follovyring his presentation 
and questions by the Board, James 
Sexton moved to go into Executive Ses- 
sion to discuss the case. Kathy Hop- 
per seconded the motion which 
passed. Henson then moved to return 
to Open Session, Talbott seconded, 
passed. Hopper made a motion that 
the Board restore eligibility to Elsa 
Dahle due to the fact she is living with 
a relative. Sexton seconded the motion 
which failed by a vote of 6-6. 

Welch made a motion, sec- 
onded by Jackson, that all bills of the 
Association forthe period July 1 through 
Sept. 30, 1993, be accepted. The mo- 
tion carried unanimously. Following a 
discussion of the Working Budget for 
the First Quarter, Steidel moved to ac- 
cept. Story seconded. Passed unani- 
mously. 

Story then called on Lisa 
VonHalle and Mike Sullivan represen- 
tatives of Miller, Mayer, Sullivan & 
Stevens, to discuss the 1992-93 Audit 
Report. VonHalle pointed out that the 
paragraph in the 1991-92 Independent 
Auditors' Report which referred to the 
KHSAA as a going concern was re- 
moved in the 1 992-93 Report due to the 
fact that the Association Is substan- 
tially stronger financially than In the 
previous year. Following questions 
and comments by the Board mem- 
bers, Jackson made a motion that the 
1992-93 Audit Report be approved. 
Sexton seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. Story thanked 
them for their attendance. 



Story called on Commis- 
sioner Wise to advise the Board of a 
request from Christian Fellowship 
School in Benton relative to their ap- 
peal to join the KHSAA for the 1 993-94 
school year. Commissioner Wise ad- 
vised the Board of the circumstances 
surrounding their request, his conver- 
sation with a State Department of Edu- 
cation official and his recommenda- 
tion thereof. Following a discussion, 
Talbott made a motion that the Board 
waive the penalty for member schools 
playing Christian Fellovv^hip during the 
1993-94 school year and allow CFS to 
pay 1994-95 dues. Cox seconded the 
motion which passed 11-1. 

Jackson made a motion, sec- 
onded by Welch, to go into Executive 
Session for the purpose of discussing 
financial matters. Rogers moved to 
return to Open Session. Steidel sec- 
onded the motion which passed. Fol- 
lowing a discussion relatng to the re- 
financing of bonds on the KHSAA Head- 
quarters, Jackson made a motion, 
seconded by Hicks, that the Board ap- 
prove the expenditure of a maximum of 
$3,500 for an appraisal on the new 
building. The motion passed unani- 
mously. Rogers then moved that the 
Board approve the continuance of the 
refinancing process with the following 
contingencies: 

1) No appreciable change in interest 
rates prior to closing; 

2) Positive review by auditing firm; 

3) Positive review by legal firm; 

4) Positive review by independent fi- 
nancial authorities such as a Univer- 
sity administrator or State financial 
advisor and State Department of Edu- 
cation officials; 

5) Reasonable assurances from the 
Lexington-Fayette Urban County Gov- 
ernment as to approval of the tax-ex- 
empt issue. 

Cox seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Wise then pre- 
sented an update of the First Quarter 
Budget. The Board accepted the Bud- 
get with no action taken. 

Bus. Aff. Dir. Tackett and Grant 
Satterly of Krane, Satterly & Davidson, 
were called on to discuss a proposed 
rebate policy with regard to member 
schools dues for the Board's consid- 



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(continued) 
eration. Steidel moved to table this 
item until a later date. Jackson sec- 
onded the motion which passed unani- 
mously. 

Commissioner Wise re- 
quested that the Board approve the 
transfer of $54,498 from the General 
Fund to the Retirement Trust Fund and 
that the RTF Account be moved from 
Bank One to Montgomery & Traders 
Bank. This action would allow for suf- 
ficient cash in the RTF to cover retire- 
ment payments now being made and 
any payments of accumulated sick 
leave by retiring employees in the next 
few years. Talbott moved to accept the 
Commissioner's recommendation. 
Steidel seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

The Board then heard again 
from Ryan Todd of the Flying Zebras 
who appeared at the April Board Meet- 
ing to discuss a Three-on-Three fund- 
raising proposal. The Board voted at 
that time to allow Todd to proceed with 
the plans and to report back at a later 
date. Following further discussion of 
the proposal and questions and com- 
ments by the Board, Sexton made a 
motion, seconded by Jackson, that the 
staff investigate the Three-on-Three 
proposal, seek avenues for the Board 
to sanction this fund-raiser and to bring 
back a recommendation for consider- 
ation. The motion passed 10-2. 

Commissioner Wise re- 
quested the Board's acceptance of a 
loan modification from Montgomery & 
Traders Bank from a 10% simple inter- 
est rate to 9%. Cardwell made a mo- 
tion to accept the Commissioner's re- 
quest. Steidel seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. 

President Story called for a 
lunch break until 1 p.m. 

President Story reconvened 
the meeting at 1:05 p.m. Board mem- 
bers not in attendance for the afternoon 
session were Cox and Jackson. 

Following a discussion of the 
new Policy & Procedure Manual which 
includes the Board of Control Hand- 
book and additional policies recom- 
mended in the Management Review, 
Jackson made a motion, seconded by 
Welch, that the consideration of the 
Policy Manual be tabled until the De- 
cember meeting. The motion passed. 

Commissioner Wise gave a 
progress report on the Management 



Review. He advised the Board that he 
and members of the staff have been 
meeting with various committees of 
the Task Force on Interscholastic Ath- 
letics. A full report by the Task Force is 
due in mid-November. 

President Story then called on 
Ray Hornback to introduce Larry 
Conley, who agreed to chair a Court of 
Support Campaign for the sale of bricks 
to help pay for the KHSAA Headquar- 
ters and Hall of Fame Museum. Conley 
accepted the challenge and asked that 
ail persons present work as hard as he 
will. 

Asst. Comm. DeVries pre- 
sented a recommendation from the 
Swimming Committee that would re- 
quire a swimmer/diver to compete in at 
least two meets to be eligible for state 
competition. Talbott made a motion 
that the Swimming Committee's rec- 
ommendation be adopted effective for 
the 1994 season. Sexton seconded 
the motion which passed unanimously. 

Cardwell made a motion to 
authorize Commissioner Wise to is- 
sue 250 complimentary tickets each 
for the boys' and girls' state basketball 
tournaments and 250 to the state foot- 
ball playoffs. Jackson seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Wise then pre- 
sented a proposed rental agreement 
for the use of the KHSAA Museum by 
the International Book Project, Inc. on 
March 4 & 5, 1994. Jackson moved to 
adopt the recommendation of the Com- 
missioner. Henson seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 
Sexton noted that alcohol should be off 
limits at the event. 

TeleCable representatives 
Jeff Carter, Dan Williams and John 
Colson presented a proposal sum- 
mary for the delayed broadcast rights 
to the Boys' State Basketball Tourna- 
ment for 1994. Follov/ing questions 
and comments, Rogers made a mo- 
tion to accept the recommendation of 
the Commissioner by extending the 
contract with TeleCable for the 1994 
Boys' BK Tournament. Welch sec- 
onded the motion which passed unani- 
mously. 

President Story called on 
Tackett to discuss insurance propos- 
als for liability coverage for tournaments 
and for the Board of Control and Staff. 
Following questions and comments 
on the various quotes submitted, 
Talbott made a motion to accept the bid 
of United Community Insurance 



through Special Markets for the tourna- 
ment liability at a cost of $8,604 through 
June 30, 1994. Hopper seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 
For the Board of Control and Staff liabil- 
ity insurance coverage, Hicks moved to 
accept United Community Insurance 
through Special Markets Insurance 
which carries a premium of $1,441 
through 6/30/94. Henson seconded 
the motion which passed unanimously. 

Exec. Comm. Stout reported 
that he, Asst. Commissioners DeVries 
and Boucher attended the National 
Federation Section II Meeting in West 
Virginia. Items of interest discussed 
were 1) the National Federation's fi- 
nancial concerns; 2) foreign exchange 
students; 3) soccer yellow cards; and 
4) cost increase in National Federation 
rule books. 

Reports distributed for the 
Board's information were summaries 
of the 1992-93 Appeals and the 1993 
Boys' and Girls' State Basketball Re- 
ports. 

In the absence of Football 
Committee Chair Jackson, Tackett 
submitted the Committee's recom- 
mendation for approval by the Board: 
1) Reject a proposal from Knox Central 
that the pre-season practice schedule 
be revised. Talbott moved to accept, 
Sexton seconded, motion passed. 2) 
Move Class AAA State Football Finals 
from Saturday to Friday evening, Dec. 3 
at 7:00 p.m. due to a conflict with a 
University of Louisville basketball 
game. Cardwell made a motion to 
accept. Hicks seconded, motion 
passed unanimously. 3) Deny Pike 
Co. Central's request to move to Class 
AAA. Talbott made a motion to accept, 
Cardwell seconded, motion passed 7- 
3. 4) Deny Middlesboro's request to 
move to Class A until after 1 994. Hicks 
made a motion to accept, Talbott sec- 
onded, motion passed 9-1. 

Cardwell made a motion to 
reconsider Pike Co. Central's request 
to move to Class AAA. Welch seconded 
the motion which passed. After further 
discussion on the matter, Frank made 
a motion to accept the Football Com- 
mittee recommendation. Sexton sec- 
onded the motion which failed 4-5. The 
matter was deferred to the Dec. meet- 
ing. 

Topics of brief discussion fol- 
lowed: KMA Sports Medicine Meeting, 
pending legal matters discussed by 
Attorney Danny Reeves, State VB Tour- 
nament at Fairdale, letter from Ken- 



lANUARYIFEBRUARY 1994 



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1994 Delegate Assembly Members 

(Meeting scheduled for Feb. 25, 1994, at 10 a.m. at the KHSAA Headquarters) 



Delegate School 

WardBushart Fulton HS 

WalterRustig Lone Oak HS 

No one nominated 

BillWells Mun-ayHS 

Buddy L Nichols Lyon County HS 

Mike Thomas Union County HS 

Mike Duncan West Hopkins HS 

Dan Sundberg Hopkinsville HS 

Harold Staples Owensboro Catholic HS 

Randy Ursrey Muhlenberg South HS 

H.D. Cowden HancockCounty HS 

Arnold Hack Grayson County HS 

Bob Nylin Logan County HS 

Kevin Wallace Warren East HS 

David Stice Edmonson County HS 

David Wells Cumberland County HS 

Phillip E Owen Eliza bethtown HS 

Terry Martin Caverna HS 

No one nominated 

Chuck Vaughn Campt^ellsvilleHS 

No one nominated 

Russ Kline Pleasure Ridge ParkHS 

Gordon Milby Doss HS 

Dave Bennett Southem HS 

Jenry Mayes St. Xavier HS 

Bruck Lynch Trinity HS 

No one nominated 

JimReuther Ballard HS 

MelanieWise Spencer County HS 

Darrell Treece Henry County HS 

Mark Evans Oldham County HS 

BillJones Scott County HS 

J.T. Mulligan Lloyd Memorial HS 

KenStuempel Villa Madonna 

Robert Schneider Nevirport Catholic HS 

Terry Keller Silver Grove HS 

Bob Eades Paris HS 

ChariesS Craig Pendleton County 

Fred Hester Mason County 

Guy Strong George Rogers Clark HS 

Frank Miklavcic Frankfort 

Danny Haney Lexington Catholic 

Frank Watson Paul Dunbar 

Jesse Ward Madison Southem 

Jim Ellison Casey County 

Gary Akins Burgin 

Harold Van Hook Monticello 

Walter Hulett North Laurel 

Bob Keith Clay County 

Larry Mills Knox Central 

Mike White Pineville 

Bill Lee Cawood 

Edwin D Holbrook Whitesburg 

Omus Shepherd Leslie County 

No one nominated 

Chariie Turner Owsley County 

Tom Swartz Johnson Central 

Terry W Stewart South Floyd 

Bob Wright Millard 

Ronald Preece Phelps 

Bill Buelterman Rowan County 

Dwight Johnston Elliott County 

LizTrbandt Russell 

Jerry Umberger Paul Blazer 

Joan Mitchell Kentucky Girls Sports Assn. (Secretary) 

JimmieReed Washington County (Exec. Secretary) 

Tasso Harris Valley (President) 



Alternate School 

Dana Rohrer Cariisle County HS 

WallaceAdams Lone Oak HS 

No one nominated 

Jenry Ainley Calloway County HS 

EdPostel TriggCounty HS 

Ralph Edwards Providence HS 

Doug Harris WestHopkinsHS 

Marvin Denison University Heights Academy 

Waymond Morris Daviess County HS 

Jim Price Muhlenberg North HS 

Ed Belcher Frederick Fraize HS 

EarlMelloy McLean County HS 

Hugh McReynolds Logan County HS 

Aaron Milliken Warren EastHS 

EdRich Edmonson County 

Prentice Stanford Monroe County HS 

Kim Shaw North Hardin HS 

Kenny Henderson Caverna HS 

No one nominated 

No one nominated 

No one nominated 

PaulDennison Western HS 

LeonMudd DossHS 

Steve Miles Holy Rosary HS 

Jay Levine MaleHS 

Carolyn Medley Assumption HS 

No one nominated 

TomCheaney Eastern HS 

Bob Buege Bullitt Central HS 

RodCloyd ShelbyCounty HS 

Lany Phillips South Oldham HS 

Gran Mefford Owen County 

Jay Graue St Henry HS 

JimMcDonough Holy Cross HS 

Cari Foster Newport Catholic HS 

Thomas Seither Bishop Brossart HS 

Chris O'Heam Nicholas County HS 

Chuck Brown Derring 

Lex Tumer StPatrick 

JohnRadJunas Montgomery County 

Bonnie Sizemore Frankfort 

GregWilliams Lexington Christian Academy 

Ray Woodyard Paul Dunbar 

Kelly Ambrose Model 

James Beeler Casey County 

OrinSimmerman Burgin 

Jerry Stephens McCreary Central 

GJSmith South Laurel 

Clayton Cash Rockcastle County 

RobertMesser Knox Central 

JohnWilson Red Bird 

David Johnson Harlan 

Homer Brown Jenkins 

J R Noe DilceCombs 

No one nominated 

No one nominated 

Steve Trimble Johnson Central 

Al Osborne Betsy Layne 

Jerry Meade Shelby Valley 

Andy D Dotson Phelps 

Claudia Hicks Rov/an County 

Madeline Sparks West Carter 

Jerry Klaiber Russell 

David Bayes Boyd County 



JANUARY/FEBRUARY 1994 



12 I^ATHLETE 

New NCAA Eligibility Rules Effective 1995 

The following is a guide for coaches and counselors to use to certify that their student-athletes are on course to 
meet eligibility standards for collegiate competition. Effective Aug. 1, 1995, to be considered a qualifier at a Division I 
institution and to be eligible for financial aid, practice and competition during the first year, the student must 

1. Graduate from high school, 

2. Present a minimum combined test score on the SAT verbal and math sections or a minimum composite score on 
the ACT as indicated on the index scale belowr: 



CoreGPA 


SAT 


ACT 


2.5 or above 


700 


17 


2.375 


750 


18 


2.250 


800 


19 


2.125 


850 


20 


2.000 


900+ 


21 + 



3. Present a minimum grade point average in at least 13 core courses in the following areas: 



Course 



Years 



English 


3* 


Mathematics 


2* 


Natural/Physical Science 


2 


Additional Courses in Above Areas 


2 


Social Science 


2 


Additional Academic Courses 


2 



'Please note that student-athletes entenng a Division I institution on or after Aug. 1, 1996 must present four 
years of English and the two-year requirement in mathematics must involve one year of algebra and one year of 
geometry. 

To be a qualifier at a Division II institution you must: 

1. Graduate from high school, 

2. Present a minimum grade point average of 2.0 in at least 13 core courses in the same areas noted above, 

3. Present a minimum 700 combined score on the SAT verbal and math sections or a minimum composite score of 
17 on the ACT test. 

Information taken from the 1993-94 NCAA Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete 



NCAA Rules For Summer Athletic Camp Funding 



Recently there has been 
some discussion among college foot- 
ball coaches regarding high school 
students receiving funding to attend 
football camps during the summer. 

The main issue has related to 
the raising of money by high school 
booster clubs or high school coaches 
for their student-athletes to attend 
camps on college campuses. The 
possibility certainly exists that funds 
are being raised from alumni of col- 
leges and universities that may actu- 
ally be recruiting these student-ath- 
letes. 

There are NCAA regulations 
governing "representatives of athletic 



interests" and their involvement with 
high school booster clubs with this 
kind of situaton. 

The applicable rules come in the 
NCAA Manual under Precollege Ex- 
penses (13.16). One rule entitled "In- 
volvement by Local Representatives of 
Institution's Athletics Interests" 
(13.16.1.2.1) reads as follows: "A rep- 
resentative of an institution's athletics 
interests may provide funding to ben- 
efit a high school athletics program 
located in the community in which the 
athletics representative resides, pro- 
vided: 

(a) The representative acts inde- 
pendently of the institution; 



(b) The funds are distributed through 
channels established by the high 
school or the organization conducting 
the fund-raising activity; 

(c) The funds are not earmarkec 
directiy for a specific prospective stu- 
dent-athlete. 

Again, these are NCAA regu- 
lations and not high school athletic 
association rules, but they are impor- 
tant to note for high school athletes. 



Reprinted from the North Carolina Higt, 
School Athletic Association Bulletin. 



jANUARYIFEBRUARY I99t 



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Few Rules Changes For '94 Football 



KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Begin- 
ning with the 1994 season, high school 
football players will be able to play with 
casts/splints or other hard substances 
on the hand, wrist, forearm or elbow, as 
long as the substance is covered with 
approved materials to protect the injury 
as directed by a licensed medial physi- 
cian. 

At its Jan. 7-9 meeting in Point 
Clear, Ala., the National Federation 
Football Rules Committee voted to al- 
low hard, abrasive or unyielding sub- 
stances on the hand, wrist, forearm or 
elbow if the substance is covered on all 
exterior surfaces with no less than 1/2 
inch-thick, high-density, closed-cell 
polyurethane, or a material of the same 
minimum thickness and similar physi- 
cal properties. 

In addition, a licensed medi- 
cal physician must approve in writing 
any playing cast or splint, and the docu- 
ment must be available for the contest 
officials to verify that the hard material 
is properiy padded according to the 
guidelines. 

The committee had the ben- 
efit of data from the NCAA, which has 
allowed casts with proper padding for 
10 years, as well as from six state 
associations, including Kentucky, that 
experimented v^ith the basics of this 
rule last season. 

As a follow-up to last year's 
discussion of a ban on adhesive, sticky 
or tacky gloves, which was delayed 
until the 1994 season to allow develop- 
ment of a test standard, the Football 
Rues Committee voted that the gloves 
designed for athletic competition shall 
have an interior label securely attached 
or an interior stamp indicating volun- 
tary compliance vinth test specifications 
on file with the Sporting Goods Manu- 
facturers Association as of Jan. 1, 1994. 

At last year's meeting, the 
rules committee voted to prohibit the 
use of sticky or tacky gloves; however, 
that ban later was delayed until the 
1994 season because of a timing con- 
cern for manufacturers, dealers and 
schools. In the interim, the SGMA coor- 
dinated the development of test stan- 
dards, and gloves designed for athletic 
competition worn in the 1994 season 
must meet the standards. 

The rule limiting manu- 
facturer's logo/trade names to 1.5 
inches by 1.5 inches square on a 



player's pants and jersey has been 
delayed two years. This rule now will 
affect jerseys and pants manufactured 
after Jan. 1, 1996, rather than Jan. 1, 
1 994. The question of whether to allow 
manufacturer's washing labels on the 
exterior of a uniform was referred to a 
joint National Federation/NCAA foot- 
ball committee. 

Sportsmanship was the em- 
phasis of two rules changes. Begin- 
ning next year, any substitute who 
leaves the team box and enters the 
playing field during a fight shall be 
ejected. 



The committee also added 
taunting to the baiting rule and noted 
that any delayed, excessive or prolonged 
act by which a player attempts to focus 
attention upon himself shall be penal- 
ized as unsportsmanlike conduct. 

The rules committee voted to 
allow officials to take a time-out in the 
case of extreme heat or humidity when 
there is a health risk for the players. 
Dick Schindler said this has been done 
for several years, but this change will 
give rule support for officials to call 
time-outs in these instances. 



Football Rules Revisons For 1994 

1 -5-2c Gloves designed for athletic competition shall have an Interior label securely 

attached or an Interior stamp (NF/NCAA Specifications) indicating voluntary 

compliance with test speciricatlons on file with the Sporting Goods 

Manufacturers Association as of Jan. 1, 1994. 
1-5-3c Allows hard materials on hand, wrist, forearm or elbow when padded as 

specified if directed In writing by a licensed medical physician to protect an 

injury. 
1-5-3k Jerseys and pants manufactured after Jan. 1, 1996 shall have only one 

visible manufacturer's logo/trade name on each Item and it shall not exceed 

1.5 X 1.5 inches square. 
2-9-1 ;6-5 On a scrimmage kick, R may only fair catch beyond the neutral zone. 
3-5-7h Officials may take a time-out when heat or humidity may create a health risk 

to players. 
3-7-2 Replaced players shall leave the field immediately. 
6-1 -6 On a free kick, touching is Ignored if K pushes R into contact with the ball. 
6-5-6 Pen; 10-4-4d Invalid fair catch signal will be penalized from the previous spot. 
9-5-1 b Added "taunting" to the rule prohibiting baiting. 
9-5-1 c It Is unsportsmanlike if a player attempts to focus attention upon himself with 

any delayed, excessive or prolonged act. 
9-8-1 k A substitute who enters the playing area during a fight shall be disqualified. 

Editorial Changes 

1 -2-6 Redefined position of the goal line pylons as out-of-bounds at Intersection 

of sideline and goal line extended. 
1-3-4 Defined a kicking tee. 
2-3-1 ;9-3 Reorganized coverage for illegal blocks, legal clipping and use of hands and 

arms when the ball Is loose. 
2-6-1 ;3-5 Reorganized coverage for authorized conference and official's time-out. 
2-12-5 Coverage provided when the ball Is dead In endzone with no player 

possession. 
2-15-2c,g Defined a live ball foul and a foul simultaneous with the snap. 
2-18-2,3 Defined forward and backward handing. 
2-28-3 Defined when forward pass has crossed neutral zone. 
2-29-3; A back may not have any part of his body breaking the plane of nearest 

teammates' waist. 
6-5-5 Added coverage relative to touching by R. 
7-5-2 Reorganized illegal fonward pass articles and tables. 
9-2-3e Deleted duplicate coverage on blocking eligible receiver. 



Enforcement Diagram 



1c and 2b ~ Added Illegal kick. 



Other section affected: 2-10-1; 2-15-2e; 2-22-7; 2-42; 3-2-2.3; 3-3-4; 3-5-6; 4-2- 
2a(2); Note: 6-5-2; 7-3-2; 9-3-6; 10-3. 

Points of Emphasis 

1. Helmet Contact 

2. Free-blocking zone 



JANUARY/FEBRUARY 1994 



14 I ATHLETE 



Tennis Looks To Eliminate State Tourney Byes 



MINUTES 



December 14, 1993 

The State Tennis Committee 
met on Tuesday, Dec. 14, 1993, at the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Asso- 
ciation Office in Lexington. Assistant 
Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries called 
the meeting to order at 1:30 p.m. Com- 
mittee members present included Cliff 
Richardson, Jerry Johns, Terry 
Johnson, David Compton, Joe Kroh, 
Kathy Johnston, Jane Prince and Rob- 
ert Hardin. 

The first item on the agenda 
was a discussion of regional tourna- 
ment sites. Written requests submit- 
ted to date by schools wanting to host 
regional tournaments were given con- 
sideration by the committee. They in- 
cluded requests from Lloyd Memorial , 
Apollo, and St. Xavier. DeVries will 
solicit further information on all regional 
sites. The dates of the Regional Tour- 
naments are listed on the school cal- 
endar as the week of May 16, 1994. 

The committee reviewed the 
regional information and made an ad- 
dition regarding the Coachino During 
Play regulation on the Regional Infor- 
mation sheet. The committee recom- 



mended that the wording be changed 
to read ' Barring iniurv . the coach MAY 
NOT enter the court enclosure. Coach- 
ing MUST be done from OUTSIDE the 
fencing." And that it should also be 
noted that "Parents may not talk to play- 
ers during "split-set" rest periods. 

The next item on the agenda 
was a discussion and evaluation of the 
State Tennis Tournament. 

The committee reviewed the 
state information and made a few 
changes. It was pointed out that 
coaches need to communicate with 
the Seeding Committee prior to their 
meeting in case of a conflict w/ith gradu- 
ation, as it is impossible to change the 
times for play once the seeding has 
been made. 

Johnston requested that a 
player's "Year in School" be added to 
the program for 1994. 

Richardson suggested that 
the committee look at eliminating the 
byes in State Tournament play. DeVries 
appointed Richardson and Kroh to 
serve on a State Format Sub-Commit- 
tee to study the possibility of eliminat- 
ing byes in future tournaments. It was 
suggested the subcommittee present 
their report after the 1994 State Tourna- 
ment. 



Joe Kroh advised the Com 
mittee that in all probability there will b( 
no Prince All-American Selections thit 
year due to internal problems. Bol 
Love will serve again as Chairman c 
the 1994 Tennis Coaches Associatloi 
All-State Committee. 

DeVries reviewed the Consti 
tution and By-Laws with regard to th( 
Limitation of Seasons. It was note( 
that regular season play ends on th( 
Saturday preceding regional tourna 
ment play. Committee members aske( 
for a clarification regarding the start o 
the practice season. 

The next item on the agendi 
was a discussion of the K.H.S.A.A 
Tennis Regulations . The committe( 
felt that these regulations were ver 
helpful to tennis coaches, and encour 
aged schools to use a standard forma 
in scheduling matches. 

Prince announced that plani 
were being made for an Invitationa 
Singles Tournament to be held in th( 
spring in Owensboro. Information wi 
be forthcoming to all schools. Rol 
Hardin asked that Ryle be added to the 
Boys' and Girls' Tennis Regions. 

There being no further busi 
ness the meeting was adjourned. 



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)ANUARYIFEBRUARY 199' 



I ATHLETE 15 



1993 KAPOS CHEERLEADING CHAMPIONS 




HENRY CLAY BLUE DEVILS 
1993 Boys' State-At-Large Champions 

Front Row: (L-R) Kimberlie Weinberg, Kristin Guiler, Stacie Weint>erg, Bradley Holcomb, 
Amy Riddle, Nikki Young, Kate Schneider, Courtney Potter, Julie Morgan, Abby Hill, Callie 
Prater, Katie Walsh, Rebecca Adams, Nicole Clark, LeAnne Lancaster, Susan Pope, 
Cassidy Ruschell, Kate Fugazzi, Coach Donna Robinson 




HARRISON COUNTY FILLIES 
1993 Girls' State-At-Large Champions 

Front Row: (L-R) Amy Hill, Toni Rae Dennis, Julie Ogden, Shelly Yearsley, Jenny Clifford, 
Crystal Dixon. Back Row: Coach Cathy Whalen, Kendra Keams, Jenny Northcutt, Nicole 
Tackett, Farrah Fk>rerH:e, Leslie Ritchie, Stacey Snopek. 



JANUARY /FEBRUARY 1994 



16 I ATHLETE 



KAPOS Sets '94 Tournament Guidelines 



Participating cheerleader and 
cheerleading coaches registration: all 
cheerieading squads and/or coaches 
are asked to stop by the Kentucky As- 
sociation of Pep Organization Spon- 
sors table to: 

1. Register your squad. 

2. Picl< up important information and 
materials for your squad. 

Along with a KAPOS Board 
member, there will be high school 
cheerleaders 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: We remind 
all cheerleaders and coaches that you 
are cordially invited to have refresh- 
ments, socialize with friends, exchange 
ideas and perhaps get help with your 
problems at our hospitality room. 

Attention Principals. If your 
team will be participating in the Sweet 
16, 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 all information to 
your cheerleading coach. We request 
your cheerleaders be chaperoned by a 
well-qualified, school-approved adult. 
Verification ofthis, along v^nth your cheer- 
leading coach's name, must be re- 
ported in the letter of confirmation which 
you will receive. This letter must be in 
the hands of the KAPOS officer prior to 
the time your cheerleaders take the 
floor. 

Important: Please be sure 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 Tour- 
nament. The winners will be deter- 
mined by use of a KAPOS Judging 
Sheet — a copy appears in the KAPOS 
Handbook. 

Awarding Trophies 

KAPOS is pleased to honor 
outstanding cheerleading squads vAth 
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 cheerleading 
squad in the Boys' Sweet 16 v^ll re- 
ceive the Ted Sanford Trophy; the Girls' 
Sweet 16 winner will receive the Tom 
Mills Award. The runner-up cheerlead- 
ing squads will receive a trophy, with 
third- and fourth-place squads receiv- 
ing plaques. In addition, the Special K- 
Pep Award will be presented. All tour- 
nament cheerleading squads and their 
coaches are asked to be located close 
to the playing floor so they can easily 
come on the floor should they win an 
award. 

Sportsmanship Month 

While every month should be 
Good Sportsmanship Month, KAPOS 
has always tried to put special empha- 
sis on being a good sport at tourna- 
ment time. Being a good sport is part 
of being a good citizen. We don't be- 
lieve good citizens need to be reminded 
to exemplify good sportsmanship. 
However, it is especially fitting at tour- 
nament time to remind all citizens that 
it is a privilege to be able to attend the 
tournament and that each individual 
can contribute to the success of the 
tournamentif he will abide by the KAPOS 
Sportsmanship Creed proclaimed by 
Governor Brereton Jones. The 
Governor's proclamation is on display 
at the KAPOS table. Remember, Be A 
Sport! 

State-At-Large Champions 

Recognition is annually given 
to the cheerieading squads other than 
those 16 fortunate enough to partici- 
pate with their teams in the State Tour- 
nament. The winner will receive the 
Jane Meyer Trophy, while the runner- 
up vAW receive the KAPOS President's 
Trophy. Plaques vAW 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 cheerieading 
competition. The v\flnner and runner- 
up of each district will progress to the 
region. In turn, the giris' varsity winner 
and runner-up and the boys' varsity 
winner and runner-up from each re- 
gion is allowed to compete for the title 



of State-At-Large Cheerleading Cham- 
pions. 

Judging for the Girls' State-At- 
Large winners will take place at 8:30 
a.m., Saturday, March 19, at Green- 
wood High School in Bowling Green. 
Judging for the Boys' State-At-Large 
wnnners will take place at 8:30 a.m., 
Saturday, March 26, at the Louisville 
Gardens. The public is invited to these 
outstanding events. The admission 
charge of $4 will go toward the ex- 
penses of the KAPOS scholarship 
award — details are supplied below. 

At the conclusion of the judg- 
ing, trophies will be awarded to the top 
squads in addition to several special 
awards. 

Notes To 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 effective. 

Again, we need judges and 
personnel help at the tournament. This 
involves at least 1 2 to 1 5 people. It is 
also backbreaking, tiresome work. 
However, we have many dedicated 
persons who have indicated a willing- 
ness to help share these duties pro- 
vided they get a release from their ad- 
ministrators. 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 KAPOS 
is doing to make cheerleading a worth- 
while educational experience in the 
state of Kentucky. 

Stella S. Gilb Scholarship 

KAPOS is happy to annually 
award the Stella S. Gilb Scholarship to 
outstanding cheerleaders from Ken- 
tucky. In 1993, KAPOS awarded ten 
$500 scholarships to well-deserving 
cheerieaders. One of your cheerlead- 
ers may be a potential scholarship 
winner, so get your applications in early. 
Applications must be turned in no later 
than April 30. Contact a KAPOS Board 
member or officer for application forms 
or pick them up at the State Tourna- 
ment KAPOS table. 

KAPOS Services 

Maintains an affiliation with 



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JANUARY/FEBRUARY 1994 



I ATHLETE 17 



the KHSAA in order that we may help 
them and they may assist us in any way 
possible to promote good sportsman- 
ship in the state of Kentucky. 

■ Maintains continual commu- 
nication with cheerleading coaches In 
the state to ascertain their needs, prob- 
lems, suggestions and criticism. 

' Holds judging clinics to pro- 
mote better understanding between 
cheerleading coaches and Judges and 
to encourage consistency in interpre- 
tation of KAPOS rules and recommen- 
dations. 

Sponsors awards to 
outstanding cheerleading squads at 
the district, regional and state levels. 

• Sponsors the judging of out- 
standing cheerleading squads for 
Sweet 16 competition. 

' Sponsors Sportsmanship 
Month during March. 

• Sen/es as host of the KAPOS 
table and the KAPOS Hospitality Room 
at the Girls' and Boys' Sweet 16s. 

' Sponsors the Stella S. Gilb 
Scholarship, an educational scholar- 
ship awarded each year to outstanding 
and deserving cheerleaders in Ken- 
tucky. 

• Presents the "Cheerleading 
Coach of the Year Award" for both girls' 
and boys' coaches. 

• Presents the "Pat Dooley K- 
Pep Award" in each region and state 
tournament. 

■ Members serve as instruc- 
tors and judges as requested by the 
various groups (KHSAA, YMCA, NCAA, 
schools, etc.) 

Sponsors the Kentucky 
Cheerleading Coaches Conference 
each July or August in Lexington. 

■ Sponsors a Medical Sympo- 
sium designed for cheerleading 
coaches. 

Membership Requirements 

Membershipin KAPOS is open 
to all schools who are affiliated with a 
school system in Kentucky. Dues are 
$2 per varsity cheerleader plus $2 for 
the coach and entitle the school to 
membership in the organization for the 
fiscal year from July 1 through June 30. 

Dues should be paid to the 
treasurer of KAPOS by Dec. 15. A mem- 
bership card will then be returned to 
you. A KAPOS Handbook is mailed to 
all high school principals at the begin- 
ning of each school year. 



1993 Tournament Champions 



ASHLAND PAUL BLAZER TOMCATS 

1993 Boys' Sweet Sixteen Champions 




First Row: (L-R) Kristy Prince, Shannon Wilson, Nancy Huffman, Angle Thomas. Second 
Row:Torri Sanford, Heather Cooke, Erica Mason, Kelli Luquer, Lisa Riggs, Jenni Griffith. 
Third Row: Shelley Berrong, Leigh Anne Clanton, Deanna Hill. 



WHITESBURG LADY YELLOWJACKETS 

1993 Girls' Sweet Sixteen Champions 



p A t^ § i^ 




Top Row: (L-R) Stacey Ison, Jamie Joseph, Misty Howard, LaShawna Holbrook, Jennifer 
Hoibrook, Heather Boggs, Diana Webb. Bottom Row: Lisa Frazier, Stephanie McFall, Brigitte 
Hughart, TeShawna Barker, Stacey Brown. 



\!ANUARYIFEBRUARY 1994 



18 5 ATHLETE 



PARTICIPATING IN 

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES 

BUILDS: 



Self-esteem 

Self-confidence 

Self-discipline 



Sense of Fair Play 
Success 




JANUARYIFEBRUARY 199 



I ATHLETE 19 



/inning Isn't Everything 



Iost school athletic programs in the 
United States seem to have forgotten, 

'not whether you win or lose, it's how 

ulay the game." 

ompetitive sports are an important part 
hool. So important, in fact, that they 

ictly are billed as "co-curricular," in 

I words, athletics are so closely linked 
■hooling in the United States that 

ling them as "extra" is misleading. But 
s all the more reason the methods, 
s and philosophies of contemporary 
)1 sports programs should be examined 

rly 

Things are getting out of hand. 

a nutshell, students in kindergarten 
igh twelfth grade are 
iports professionals — 
they should not be 
.'d as such. Winning 
t be essential for pro- 
onal athletes, but 
ing never should be 
lost emphasized goal 
ementary, junior high 
ol or high school 
s. These days, how- 
the need to win has 
me so pervasive in 
ols that students 
:times actually are 
ented from partici- 
g in the school's most 
sports programs, 
ow many times, for 
ince, have you 
tied a basketball game 
hich a team is ahead 
3 points, but the sub- 
: es are allowed to play 
during the last minute 
o of the game? 
inning is wonderful, 
;here's nothing wrong 
trying to win every 
; that is played. But 
ing shouldn't be the 

lesson of school 
s or the only message 
athletic programs give students. It's 

we remind ourselves — and our 
;nts — that all sports trophies gather is 

It's the other lessons of school sports 
stay with a student for a lifetime and 
i winners of all student-athletes. 
^esson No. 1: How to win and lose, 
'hroughout life, everyone must deal 
'ith success and failure, and the early 



training many students receive through 
school sports affects how they accept 
and react to good and bad events as 
adults. If winning constantly is flaunted 

— if defeat is always someone's fault 

— then school athletics are a poor 
training ground for helping kids 
develop sound reactions to all types of 
success and failure. 

Lesson No. 2: How to compete. Most 
individuals and teams enter contests 
hoping to win; what they should learn is 
how to put forth their best efforts. 
Teaching students to make and effort 
gives them a competitive edge for life's 
later "contests." 

Lesson No. 3: How to cooperate. In 




"It's time we remind ourselves — and our students 
— that all sports trophies gather is dust. It's the 
other lessons of school sports that stay with a 
student for a lifetime and make winners of all 
student-athletes." 



any team sport, individuals not only 
need to be the best they can be, but they 
also need to know how to work together 
successfully. Learning cooperation is 
the first step toward understanding that 
group effort often is necessary to achieve 
productivity and success as adults. 

Lesson No. 4: How to participate. Too 
often, people sit and watch — whether 



the game is in the high school 
gymnasium or on television. Participa- 
tion in sports and fitness programs, 
especially beginning in elementary 
school, can help kids establish a pattern 
of good physical fitness habits for life. 

• Lesson No. 5: How to work toward a 
goal. To be good at anything requires 
practice. When student-athletes 
continually work to improve athletic 
skills, they should learn that any skill 
can be improved by continued work. 
Individual potential varies, of course, 
but learning how to reach potential is an 
acquired skill. 

• Lesson No. 6: How to develop self- 
discipline. Practice makes perfect, but 

self-discipline keeps the 
practice consistent. Disci- 
pline in school sports help 
teach youngsters that, to a 
large extent, they control 
how much they achieve. 

• Lesson No. 7: How to 
sacrifice. Being a team 
player involves learning 
to put the team first. It 
also involves learning to 
set priorities and de- 
ciding how much time 
and effort are needed (as 
well as how many other 
pleasures and activities 
must be forgone) to 
reach a goal. 

• Lesson No. 8: How to 

develop new skills. The 
team sports skills stu- 
dents learn in school 
cannot always be used in 
later life. They can, 
however, teach kids how 
to experiment to deter- 
mine which skills they 
might be able to use later 
— including individual 
sports that can provide a 
lifetime of healthy 
physical activity. 
It's time school systems stop directing 
their sports programs to star athletes and 
start paying full attention to making sure 
sports programs teach these eight lessons to 
all students. As successful coach a sports- 
caster Al McGuire has pointed out, 
"Winning is overemphasized. The only time 
it is really important is in surgery and war." 
We must take his words to heart. 



lANUARYIFEBRUARY 1994 



20 I ATHLETE 



Dawahares-Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

HALL OF FAME 





Official Nomination Form 



The Dawahares-Kentucky High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame is open to anyone who has played, officiated or administered high school athletics 
at any Kentucky high school, past or present, or to anyone who has been of service to Kentucky high school athletics. (Please type all information). 



Name of Person Nominated: 



Address of Person Being Nominated (or surviving relative If deceased): 



Brelfly List Specific Accomplishments of Nominee: 



List Name of Sctiools Wtiere Nominee Involved: 



hJame of Individual Submitting Nomination: 



Address: 



Comments On Nominee: 



Signed: 



All nominations will be fonvarded to the Hall of Fame Selection Committee to be appointed by the President 
of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Board of Control. 



KHSAA Hail of Fame 

Eligibilitv 

Eligibility for the KHSAA Hall of Fame is based 
on high school accomplishments and contribu- 
tions only. Any player who has been out of high 
school eight years, or any coach, administrator 
or official who has distinguished themselves in 
their respective field is eligible. 

Nominations 

Anyone can nominate a person for the Hall of 
Fame. Nomination deadline Is April 1 . An official 
KHSAA Hall of Fame nomination must be com- 
pleted for each nominee. Additional information 
can also be submitted with the nomination form. 

Selection 

Twenty people will be inducted into the Hall of 

Fame each year. A selection committee will meet 

the third Friday of April in Lexington to pick the 

inductees. 



Group Demographics 

The group of 20 persons must include at least: 

- five "senior^ inductees over the age of 60; 

- two women 

- two minorities 

-one representative from the following com- 
bined regions: 

1-2;3-4;M;7-8;9-10;11-12;13-14;15-16. 

Instructions 

All information on this form must be completed 
and received try the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association before April 1 . The completed nomi- 
nation form and support materials should be sent 
to: 

Dawahares-KHSAA Hall of Fame 

2280 Executive Drive 

Lexington, KY 40505 

Once the nomination form is received by the 
KHSAA, all actions necessary to the selection pro- 
cess shall remain confidential. All information sub- 
mitted shall be retained by the Hall of Fame. 



Please include a limited number of newspaper 
clippings, magazine articles and other support- 
ive materials that would be helpful to the Hall of 
Fame Screening Committee. 

General Criteria 

Nominees must exemplify the highest standards 
of sportsmanship, ethical conduct and moral 
character. 

Athletes would be former student-athletes who 
are being nominated for their achievements in 
interscholastic atletics. Coaches would be con- 
sidered on the merits of their high school coach- 
ing achievemtns only and officials on the basis 
of their service as a high school official. 

ALL CANDIDATES WILL BE JUDGED 
ON THEIR SIGNIFICANT AND/OR 
LONG-TERM CONTRIBUTIONS TO 
INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETICS. 

Accomplishments at the college or profes- 
sional level will not be considered by the 
selection committee. 



JANUARY/FEBRUARY 1994 



lATHLETE 21 



Thanks To Girls, Sports Participation Rising 



KANSAS CITY, Mo. —Thanks 
to a large Increase In girls' sports pro- 
grams, participation In high school ath- 
letics Increased for the fourth straight 
year (and eight of the past nine years) 
in 1992-93, according to the annual 
sports participation survey conducted 
by the National Federation. 

The National Federation has 
compiled the survey since 1971 based 
on figures from the 51 state high school 
athletic/activity associations that are 
imembers of the National Federation. 
I The 1992-93 sports partici- 

pation total of 5,413,878 Is up 43,224 
:from the previous year and Is the high- 
est mark since 5,563,912 in 1978-79. 
The total Is composed of 3,416,389 
boys, down 13,464 from 1991-92, and 
1,997,489 girls, up 56,688 from the 
previous year. The girls' total Is the 
second highest ever and only 85,000 
off the all-time record of 2,083,040 In 
(1977-78. 

I "These figures are very en- 

Icouraglng given the budget problems 
that are occurring in high schools na- 
tionwide," said Robert F. Kanaby, ex- 
ecutive director of the National Federa- 
tion. "It is obvious that the interest In 
high school athletic programs contin- 
ues to remain very high amongst our 
student population and that schools 
are finding new and unique ways to 
provide opportunities for participation." 

Participation In high school 

athletic programs hit an all-time high of 

6,450,482 In 1977-78, which was the 

height of high enrollments In high 

schools nationwide resulting from the 

jj"baby boom" generation of the late 

|l950s and early 1960$. 

' With the exception of a slight 

decrease from 1987-88 to 1988-89, 

participation has risen each year since 

the 1984-85 year. The 1984-85 totals 

stopped a six-year downward spiral In 

which participation dropped five years. 

Increases In volleyball and 
soccer accounted for a large part of the 
rise In girls' participation totals. Volley- 
ball participation was up 19,107, and 
soccer added an additional 13,751 par- 
ticipants from the previous year. Other 
notable increases for girls were track 
and field (7,759), basketball (5,974) 
and cross country (5,812). 

Soccer is now the frfth-most 
popular sport for girls, supplanting ten- 
nis, which dropped to sixth after a de- 



crease of 2,500 participants. Girls' 
soccer participation has Increased from 
23,475 in 1979 to 149,053 this past 
year and has moved from No. 12 to No. 
5 in popularity. 

The only other change in girls' 
top-10 sports was slow-pitch softball 
moving from No. 11 to No. 10, trading 
places with golf, which declined by 
4,099 participants. 

Basketball remains the most 
popular girls' sport with 397,586 par- 
ticipants, followed by outdoor track and 
field (334,942), volleyball (313,055), 
fast-pitch Softball (225,638), soccer 
(149, 053), tennis (136, 91 9), cross coun- 
try (116,221), swimming (93,545), field 
hockey (51,092) and slow-pitch soft- 
ball (42,884). 

Soccer also registered the top 
increase In school sponsorship among 
girls' sports with an additional 311 
schools sponsoring the sport in 1992- 
93. Other girls' sports that recorded 
jumps in school sponsorship were golf 
(264), cross country (149), volleyball 
(142), fast-pitch softball (142), outdoor 
track and field (120), tennis (54) and 
basketball (34). 

Boys' participation 
dropped slightiy, vwth only three 
of the top-10 sports registering 
Increases. Basketball, soccer 
and cross country had more 
participants on the boys' side in 
1992-93, with the other seven 
sports experiencing de- 
creases. 

Interest in boys' soc- 
cer continues to parallel growth 
in girls' competition. Soccer is 
the fifth-most popular sport for 
boys with 242,095 participants. 
In 1979, boys' soccer had 
132,073 participants and 
ranked eighth nationally. In 13 
years, participation has in- 
creased 1 10,000, and the sport 
has moved past tennis, cross 
country and wrestling in popu- 
larity. 

Cross country also 
had a big gain with 5,417 addi- 
tional participants for a 1992- 
93 total of 159,536. Basketball 
was the other boys' sport that 
gained participants from the 
previous year, adding 2,896. 

Despite a decrease of 
2,438 participants, football re- 



mains the most popular sport for boys 
with 910,407 participants. Basketball 
is a distant second with 521,023, fol- 
lowed by baseball (430,401), outdoor 
track and field (412,638), soccer 
(242,095) wrestling (222,025), cross 
country (159,536), tennis (138,177), 
golf (129,001), and swimming (78,474). 

In terms of school sponsor- 
ship, however, nine of the top 10 boys' 
sports registered increases, topped 
by gotf with 231 additional schools. 
Others wflth large increases in school 
sponsorship were tennis (156) and 
soccer (112). 

In the listing of participants by 
state, Texas remains No. 1 with 
528,476, followed by California 
(462,107), New York (296,440), Ohio 
(277,191), Michigan (261,460), Penn- 
sylvania (211,800), Illinois (195,423), 
New Jersey (188,147), Wisconsin 
(157,406) and Florida (150,287). 

The 1992-93 sports partici- 
pation survey is printed in the 1993-94 
National Federation Handbook, which 
is available from the National Federa- 
tion, 11724 NW Plaza Circle, Kansas 
City, MO 64195-0626. 




Pholo by Greg Perry 

Nicholas County's Tina Fryman defends as 
Warren East's Alison Smith looked for help dur- 
ing the '93 Sweet Sixteen final. Girls' basketball 
is the most popular sport in Kentucky, wrtth over 
6,000 participants. 



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Sept. 9, 1994 


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Sept. 9, 1994 


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Oct. 14, 1994 




Oct. 21, 1994 


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Oct. 7, 1994 


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Basketball Stat 
Summary 

(Gtmas Played Thru Jmn. 12, 1B04: Compiled weakly) 



Boy* (Individual) 


Avg 


Scoring Leadere 




Richardson, Moore 


31 


Wilson,Williamsburg 


27 


Couch, Leslie Co. 


27 


Frazier, McCreary Central 


26 


Dumphord, Paris 


26 


Free Throw % Leaders 




Harney, Holy Cross (Covington) 


88 


Taylor, Taylor Co. 


88 


Curry, Adair Co. 


88 


Thompson, Scott 


87 


Blevins, Metcalfe Co. 


86 


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Stevenson, Bellevue 


16 


Wilson, Williamsburg 


IS 


Collins, Red Bird 


13 


Richardson, Moore 


13 


Bingham, Jessamine Co. 


12 


(Team) 




Scoring 




Red Bird 


91 


Mason Co. 


87 


Caverns 


86 


Corbin 


86 


Moore 


86 


Defense 




Greenup Co. 


46 


Shelby Co. 


53 


Holy Cross (Covington) 


53 


Red Bird 


54 


Warren East 


55 


Girls (Individual) 




Scoring Leaders 




Townsend, Apollo 


29 


Gamer, Madison Central 


28 


Peterson, Manual 


27 


Waltz, Highlands 


26 


Goodrich, Berea 


25 


Free Throw % Leaders 




Waltz, Highlands 


92 


Atkinson, Clarti Co. 


ga 


Snedegar, Bath Co. 


82 


Thompson, North Hardin 


81 


Townsend, Apollo 


81 


Rebounding Leaders 




Reutman, Villa Madonna 


18 


Fariey, Model 


15l 


Thacker, Belfry 


14 


McCauley, Rockcastle 


13, 


Taylor, Jessamine Co. 


13 


(Team) 




Scoring 




Manual 


71, 


Warren East 


70. 


Knox Central 


69. 


Holy Cross (Covington) 


69. 


Johnson Central 


69. 


Defense 




Silver Grove 


34, 


PRP 


35, 


Beechwood 


37, 


Clartt Co. 


37, 


June Buchanan 


37. 



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March/April 1994 



Commissioner Billy V. Wise 
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' Heading the KHSAA Court of Support 
Campaign is Larry Conley, an Ashland, Ky., 
native and current ESPN basketball analyst. 
Conley was an all-state basketball player at 
Ashland High School and led the Tomcats to 
the 1961 KHSAA Sweet Sixteen 
Championship. He later starred at the 
University of Kentucky and was a member of 
the famed Rupp's Runts squad which fmished 
as NCAA Runners-up in 1966. 

He still maintains close ties to his eastern 
Kentucky roots, serving on the board of the 
Citizens National Bank in Paintsville. 

Billy Wise, Commissioner of the KHSAA, 
remembers Larry as "...one of the grittiest 
players I ever saw. He truly was a great player 
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Wise Announces 
Retirement; Served 
Association For25 Years^^ 

Citing health and family reasons, Billy V. Wise ai^p 
nounced Feb. 24 that he will retire after the 1993-94 schoot^ 
year as Commissioner of the Kentucky High School Ath- 
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The announcement, made 
in the Board room of the 
KHSAA headquarters, came in 
front of a room full of media, fam- 
ily, friends and Board of Control 
members. "It's been an eventful 
25 years, but now its time for 
me to step down," an emotional 
Wise read from a prepared 
speech. "It's time for fresh blood 
and a stronger back." 

The announcement comes 
on the heels of a refinancing 
deal with Fifth Third Bank of 
Central Kentucky which gives 
the KHSAA a stronger financial 
base for the future. Wise, who served as commissioner for 
three years, said he took over the KHSAA with $14,000 and 
a $500,000 debt not covered by the bond issue for the newly 
constructed KHSAA headquarters. "I have found out that 
not all inheritance is good," Wise said. 

The Stamping Ground, Ky., native has plans to 
spend more time with his wife and keep a closer eye on his 
health. He underwent quadruple by-pass heart surgery in 
1985. 

According to Board President Ray Story, a new com- 
missioner will be hired by July 1, 1994. The Board will take 
applications forthe position until April 1 5. 

Wise began his career with the KHSAA as an As- 
sistant Commissioner in 1 969. He was promoted to Execu- 
tive Assistant Commissioner in 1979 and became the 
Association's fourth full-time Commissioner in 1991 , replac- 
ing Tom Mills. He holds the distinction of worthing for each of 
the three previous Commissioners. 

(continued Page 4) 




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^legates Meeting 

Delegates vote to approve 
coaches certification 
-proposal. 



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Minutes 

Board discusses manage- 
ment review recommenda- 
tions. 



Sweet 16 Brackets 

Annual draw outlined for bothi 
the Boys ' and Girls ' Sweef 1 6s. 



Alignments 

Baseball, Softball, Track and 
Tennis Alignments for 1994 
begin on this page. 



On The Cover 



Commissioner Billy Wise an- 
nounced he would retire at the end of 
the 1 993-94 school yearafter 25 years of 
service to the KHSAA. Wise, 61 , says he 
plans to spend "quality" time with wife 
Bonnie, traveling the state and the na- 
tion. 



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Wise To Retire 

(From Page 3) 

Wise, 61, graduated from 
Stamping Ground High School in 1 950 
and began his collegiate studies at 
Campbellsville Junior College. He 
received his Associate's Degree in 
Physical Education and Science be- 
fore entering the United States Anny 
for a two-year stint of active duty. 
Afterserving in Germany, he enrolled 
at Transylvania University and gradu- 
ated in 1957 with a Bachelor's degree 
in PE and Science. 

After graduation. Wise be- 
gan his professional career with the 
City of Lexington as Director of Ath- 
letics where he stayed until joining 
the KHSAA. He later enrolled at the 
University of Kentucky and earned 



credit toward his Master's Degree. 
He was also a high school and col- 
lege football and basketball official, 
successfully working his way up to 
the Division 1 level in basketball inthe 
Southeastern and Ohio Valley con- 
ferences. He also officiated profes- 
sional football in the Continental 
League. 

As Commissioner, he has 
interpreted the rules and regulations 
of the KHSAA, supervised the man- 
agement of the KHSAA's 30 champi- 
onships and overseen all daily opera- 
tions of the KHSAA headquarters. 
Wise's tenure has been marked by 
the financial revitalization of the 
Association's operations. He was in- 
strumental in the KHSAA's recently 
completed, year-long effort to refi- 
nance its long-term debt and stabi- 



lize its operations forthe future. 

Forthe National Federation - 
- the national ruling body of high 
school sports - Wise served one 
four-yearterm on the Football Edito- 
rial Committee, two four-year terms 
on the Basketball Rules' Committee 
and a term on the Competition Com- 
mittee. For 22 years, he conducted 
rules' interpretation clinics forcoaches 
and officials in football and basketball 
across the state of Kentucky. 

From 1 988-91 , he served as 
President of the Mended Hearts Na- 
tional Organization, Chapter 511 in 
Lexington. Wise is married to the 
former Bonnie Goodan of Lexington 
and both are very active in the North 
Lexington Church of Christ. They have 
two sons, Steve and Gary, one daugh- 
ter, Melissa, and three grandchildren. 



VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR COMMISSIONER 



The Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association is accepting ap- 
plications forthe position of Commis- 
sioner. The vacancy is the result of 
the retirement of the current Commis- 
sioner, Billy Wise. This individual 
serves as the chief administrative 
officer of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association, a non-profit or- 
ganization whose members are ac- 
credited high schools of Kentucky. 
The mission of the Association is to 
foster among its member schools a 
broad program of supervised school 
athletic competitions as an integral 
component of the total education of 
students. 

QUALIFICATIONS 

• Professional education experi- 
ence commensurate to job respon- 
sibilities; 

• Demonstrated ability to plan and 
direct the level of programming and 
activities comparable to the 
Association's programs of competi- 
tions and activities; 

• Ability to supervise the KHSAA 
office and staff, prepare an annual 



budget, manage the Associations' 
finances and publications, and 
provide leadership in day-to-day 
operations; 

• Demonstrated expertise in public 
relations necessary to secure 
professional, lay and parental 
support throughoutthe Common- 
wealth forthe Association and its 
activities. 

• Demonstrated effective leadership 
skills for working with the 
Association's membership and 
committees and related governmen- 
tal agencies, boards and groups to 
establish organizational goals in 
the realization of the mission of the 
Association. 

Special consideration will be 
given to candidates with advanced 
degrees and/or experience in a high 
school athletic association and/or 
high school/central office administra- 
tion. The successful candidate must 
qualify for membership in the Ken- 
tucky Teachers Retirement System. 
The successful candidate would be 
expected to live in the Lexington area. 



TERMS, SALARY AND BENEFITS 

Employment will begin July 1 , 
1994. Salary will be a minimum of 
$70,000. Benefits include individual 
health insurance, retirement, and 
annual paid leave for personal illness 
and vacation. 

APPLICATION PROCEDURES 

Persons interested should sut>- 
mit a resume with five (5) letters of 
recommendation to: 

Ray Story, President 
KHSAA Board of Control 

P.O. Box 562 
Vine Grove, KY 401 75 

Completed applications and 
supporting materials must be sub- 
mitted no laterthan 5 p.m. on Friday, 
April 15, 1994. 



77je KHSAA is an equal opportunity 
employer. 



MARCH/APRIL 1994 



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Delegates Pass Coaches Certification 



FEBRUARY 25, 1994 

The 77th Annual Meeting of 
the Kentucky High School Athletic As- 
sociation was held on Friday, Feb. 25, 
1 994 atthe KHSAA Office Building, 2280 
Executive Drive, Lexington. The invo- 
cation was given by Frank Cardwell. 

President Ray Story called the 
meeting to order at 10 a.m. and wel- 
comed all representatives. Story then 
called on Commissioner Billy Wise for 
any remarks he might like to make due 
to the fact he v^ll retire at the end of 
1993-94 school year. Wise welcomed 
the Delegation and asked them to feel 
free to use their Association Head- 
quarters for any purpose. He ex- 
pressed his thanks for the schools' 
support during his tenure with the 
KHSAA 

Exec. Asst. Comm. Louis 
Stout called the roll with fifty-seven 
elected delegates or alternates an- 
swering. President Story announced 
that in order for a proposal to pass, 38 
affirmative votes were needed. 

Story announced that due to 
the eariy date of the Annual Meeting, the 
Annual Report would be published at a 
later time. 

The next order of business 
was the presentation of proposals. 

PROPOSAL I 

Principal Mike Duncan, West 
Hopkins High School, proposes the 
following amendments to the KHSAA 
Constitution; 

Amend Article IV, Section 2(c) 
to read as follows: 
ARTICLE IV 
ADMINISTRATION AND LEGISLATION 

c. DELEGATE ASSEMBLY - 
Each member school of the KHSAA 
and other affiliate organizations desig- 
nated for representation according to 
Article V shall designate a representa- 
tive for the annual meeting to serve as 
a DELEGATE and shall submit the 
name to the Commissioner on or be- 
fore November 15. M e mb e rs of th e 
a nnu al m ee ting of the D ele gat e A s 
se mb l y sh all b e o l octod by th e r e pro 
se nt a tiv e s of membors schoo l s i n each 
b as k e tb all d i str i ct on ba ll ot s d is tr i b 
ut e d by th o Comm i ss i on e r b e for e Oo 
tob e r 1 to b e roturn o d on or bofor o 
Nov e mb e r 15. DELEGATES a nd a lt e r - 
nat e s shall serve for a term of one year 



beginning January 1 immediately fol- 
lowing their designation by the school 
o l oction . Each DELEGATE and Alt e r 
nat e to tho Do l ogat e Ass e mb l y must 
be an employee holding a valid Ken- 
tucky Teaching Certificate issued by 
the 

Department of Education and 
be an employee of an accredited mem- 
ber school or system which is in good 
standing with the KHSAA andthe school 
involved must be a school in the district 
which the delegate or a l t e rnat e is to 
represent. If the duly elected DEL- 
EGATE or a l t e rnat e does not answer 
the roll call atthe annual meeting of the 
Delegate Assembly, the school shall 
remain not represented. 
ARTICLE V- REPRESENTATION AT 

THE ANNUAL MEETING 
In the annual meeting of the Associa- 
tion, the DELEGATES shall consist of 
one representative from each member 
school of the Association basketba ll 
tournam e nt d is trict of th e s tat e. The 
Ex e out i v o S e cr e tary of Kentucky 
Coaches Association, the pro si dont or 
de si gnat e d a l t e rnat e of th e Kentucky 
Giris Sports Association, and the pfesi- 
dent of th e Kentucky High School Ath- 
letic Directors Association shall also 
be voting m e mb e r s entitied to desig- 
nate a voting member to ©f the Del- 
egate Assembly. The ropro s entativ es 
sha ll be the d ele g a t es to tho next an 
nu al m ee ting fo ll ow i ng th ei r ele ction, 
aftd DELEGATES shall there transact 
all business of the annual meeting. 
None but these delegates or du l y 
e l ect e d al t e rnat es shall have the right 
to vote in the annual meeting. There 
shall be no vote by proxy. 
RATIONALE: Schools within a district 
are different sizes, have differing sport 
offerings and different student popula- 
tions. This might cause their opinion 
on a proposal to differ from the others 
in a district. Each school needs to have 
its vote counted. This is also in line with 
recommendation #3 of the Task Force 
on Interscholastic Athletics and allows 
the member schools to have control 
over their association which has been 
approved by the State Board of Educa- 
tion. 

Tasso Harris moved, sec- 
onded by Jerry Mayes, that Proposal I 
be adopted. The motion failed by a vote 
of 36-18. (Motion needed 38 affirmative 
votes.) 



PROPOSAL II 

Principal Tom Swartz of 
Johnson Central High School, pro- 
poses the following amendments to 
Bylaw 27, Limitation of Seasons: 

Amend subsection (2) under 
Bylaw 25, Sections 1 through 12 to 
allow for a maximum of four (4) scrim- 
mages in each sport prior to the first 
regular season contest of that year. 
This would also change the relevant 
question and answer interpretations 
in the Handbook. 

RATIONALE: Allow for total enforce- 
ment of limit in preseason and clear 
ambiguity as it relates to non-varsity 
and varsity scrimmages. Coaches at 
different levels within a school could 
coordinate the scrimmage schedule 
and yet allow for proper preseason 
preparation. 

Tom Swartz moved, seconded 
by Bob Wright, that Proposal II be 
adopted. The motion failed 10-44. 

PROPOSAL 111 

Principal Perry Sangalli, St. 
Xavier High School, proposes the fol- 
lowing for inclusion in KHSAA Bylaw 
27, Requirement for Coaches: 
COACHING CERTIFICATION 

a) Definition 

The training/certification pro- 
gram will provide a systematic, inte- 
grated, and practical approach in dis- 
seminating useful information to 
coaches in all sanctioned sports. 

b) Qualifications/Limitations 

Beginning in 1996-97. all 
Level II and III coaches, and newly hired 
Level I coaches hired for the first time 
in a district representing the member 
schools are to have completed an ap- 
proved coaching certification program. 
It is strongly recommended that all 
coaches be provided the opportunity to 
attend the certification course. 

c) Certification course/Provisions 

All Level II and 111 coaches and newly 
hired Level I coaches hired for the first 
time in a district representing the mem- 
ber schools shall successfully com- 
plete the coaching certification course 
"Successful Coaching" published by 
the National Federation Interscholas- 
tic Coaches education program with 
the following provisions: 

(1) All Level II and III coaches 
and newly hired Level I coaches hired 
for the first time in a district shall attend 

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MINUTES 



Board Votes To Credit School Dues $200 

The Management Review was be amended, 

the next item presented for discussion. Wise's Recommended Action : 

JANUARY 23, 1994 F°'' referral purposes, a copy of this Recommend approval of item 

Review is made a part of these Min- as to intent. Would insert into Bylaw 6, 

The Board of Control of the "J^es. Hicks made a motion, seconded "Anyforeign student not comingthrough 

Kentucky High School Athletic Asso- by Kathy Hopper, that Review Recom- an approved agency may request a 

elation met at the KHSAA Office in Lex- mendations 1, 2 & 36 be referred back waiver of in eligibility through the KHSAA 

ington, Ky., on Sunday, Jan. 23, 1994. *° ^^^ ^'^e Ribbon Commission for the Due Process Procedure." In addition, 

The date of the meeting was amended March meeting. The motion passed Recommendation 17 will eliminate 

due to the winter weather. President unanimously. Steidel made a motion, bylaw which inhibits enforcement, and 

Ray Story called the meeting to order at seconded by Hopper, that Recommen- Bylaw 10 can be restructured to include 

4 p.m. Present were all Board mem- dation 3 be referred back to Asst. recruitment of students while coach- 

bers, Commissioner Billy Wise, Ex- Comm. BoucherforareportattheMarch ing abroad, 

ecutive Assistant Louis Stout, Assis- meeting. The motion passed unani- Talbott made a motion to study 

tant Commissioners Brigid DeVrles mously. Bob Rogers moved to adopt further Item 7 and that the Board should 

and Larry Boucher, Business Manager Recommendation 4. Ken Cox sec- seek input from schools. Jackson 

Julian Tackett, S.I.D. Brooks Downing, onded the motion which passed by a seconded the motion which passed 

Board attorney Danny Reeves and Gary voteof11-1. Duetothefactthat Recom- unanimously. 

Faulkner, representing the State Dept. mendations 33 & 67 require a leglsla- (8) Consider taking the fol- 

of Education. The invocation was given tion change, the Board took no action, lowing actions regarding the number 

by Stan Steidel. The Board then addressed of games and length of seasons: 

Claudia Hicks made a motion Recommendations from the Task (a) Reducethe number of con- 
that the minutes of the Dec 3-4, 1993, Force on Interscholastic Athletics (Blue tests for each sport to: 

meeting be approved. Ozz Jackson Ribbon Commission) as follows: Baseball 30 Soccer 17 

seconded the motion, which passed (5) KHSAA Bylaw 4 should be Basketball 22 Softball 30 

unanimously. amended to permit eight consecutive Cross Country. 13 Wrestling ...17 

Grant Talbott made a motion, semesters of eligibility upon entering Golf 16 

seconded by Frank Cardwell, that the the ninth grade Wise's Recommended Action : 

bills of the Association for the period Wise's Recommended Action : Recommend implementation 

Nov. 24 through Dec. 31, 1993, be ap- Recommend implementation as requested. 

proved. Following questions, the mo- of f^e recommendation verbatim with Story made a motion to adopt 

tion passed unanimously. approval from the State Board of Edu- Item 8a as written. Cardwell seconded 

The 1993-94 Working Budget cation at its next meeting. the motion. Cox then moved to amend 
was then presented for discussion. Stan Steidel made a motion to the motion to change the number of 
Following questions and comments, accept Item (5) as recommended, but basketball games to 24. Steidel sec- 
Jackson made a motion to accept, sec- suggested that language be Included onded the amendment. The amend- 
onded by Cookie Henson. The motion ^^ to how this implementation will be ment to the motion passed 10-2. The 
passed unanimously. grandfathered in, i e. beginning v^th Board voted 11-1 in favor of the 

Commissioner Wise pre- ''Oth graders in 1994-95. Cardwell amended motion, 
sented a contract from TeleCable to seconded the motion which passed (b) Reconsider how tourna- 
televise on a delayed basis the Boys' unanimously ment games are counted so that a 
State Basketball Tournaments for (6) The KHSAA should con- team cannot play six games more than 
years 1994 through 1996 and recom- sider amending Bylaw 6 to permit open a school that does not participate in 
mended approval of the contract, choice with the opportunity to transfer, tournaments. Oneposslbllity isto count 
Cardwell made a motion to accept the Wise's Recommended Action : basketball, baseball, and softball tour- 
Commissioner's recommendation. Recommend approval of rec- naments as two games instead of one 
Bob Rogers seconded the motion ommendatlon without opportunity to since most teams play at least two 
which carried 11-1. transfer "free", and remove "evident games. Single elimination tourna- 

Next followed a lengthy dis- injustice" clause from current Bylaw 6. ments should continue to be counted 
cusslon regarding a dues rebate. Grant After enrollment in grade nine (9), only as one game against the limit. 
Talbott made a motion, seconded by transfer approved would be under four Wise's Recommended Action : 
Stan Steidel, to credit each member exceptions ennumerated within bylaw. Implement wording that 
school $200 for the 1994-95 school Cardwell made a motion to "double elimination tournaments, tour- 
year. The motion passed 9-3. The accept Item (6) as recommended. Ken naments which quarantee a minimum 
dues will be billed as follov^^: - 400 Cox seconded the motion, which of two games prior to the tournament 
enrollment, $800 less $200 credit; 401 passed unanimously. (consolation, double backs, losers 
- 610, $1,000 less $200 credit; 611 - (^) The KHSAA should ad- bracket, etc.), and other altered for- 
899 enrollment, $1,200 less $200 dress any areas of abuse with foreign mats where teams are assured of 
credit; 900 enrollment and up, $1,400 exchange students. Any rule inhibiting multiple games would count two games 
less $200 credit. stopping this abuse of the rules should against the limit. Single elimination 



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tournaments with 16 or less entrants 
would count one game against the 
limit. 

Stan Steidei made a motion to 
accept Item 8b as written. Ozz Jackson 
seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

(c) Consider setting some 
limitations on weekly participation for 
each sport. 

Wise's Recommended Action : 

Direct each school through 
Limitation of Seasons to not schedule 
interscholastic athletic competitions on 
four consecutive days beginning with 
Monday during any one week (Monday 
through Thursday). This "one day off 
rule may vary between sports and 
among schools but would insure one 
day without interscholastic competi- 
tion. 

Steidei made a motion to ac- 
cept Item 8c as recommended. Rogers 
seconded the motion which passed 
11-1. 

(d) Require all regular sea- 
son contests to be held Monday through 
Thursday to be completed by 10:30 
p.m. to enable students to return home 
in a timely manner. 

Wise's Recommended Action : 

Implement as recommended 
with further study for impact of games 
already in progress or delayed by cir- 
cumstances beyond control of admin- 
istration and officials (lightning, electri- 
cal problems, rain, etc.). 

Rogers made a motion to ac- 
cept Item 8d as recommended. Steidei 
seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

President Story called on 
Faulkner to address specific items rec- 
ommended by the Task Force. Follow- 
ing comments by Faulkner, Jackson 
made a motion that the Board go into 
Executive Session to discuss possible 
proposed litigation. Steidei seconded 
the motion which passed unanimously. 
Cardwell made a motion, seconded by 
Jackson, that the Board return to Open 
Session. No action was taken in Ex- 
ecutive Session. The meeting was 
adjourned at 7:45 p.m. to be recon- 
vened at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 24. 

January 24, 1994 

President Story called the 
meeting to order at 8:37 a.m. on Mon- 
day, Jan. 24, 1994 with the follov/ing 
persons present: all Board members. 
Commissioner Billy Wise, Executive 
Assistant Louis Stout, Assistant Com- 



missioners Brigid DeVries and Larry 
Boucher, Business Manager Julian 
Tackett, S.I.D. Brooks Downing, Board 
attorney Danny Reeves and Gary 
Faulkner, representing the State Dept. 
of Education. 

Steidei, Chairman of the Bas- 
ketball Committee, was called on to 
present its report. 

1) Recommended that officials be as- 
signed in the follovi^ng manner as re- 
quested: 
Reg. # Dist Off Reg Off 

1 In Out 

2 In Out 

3 Out Out 

4 Out Out 

5 In Out 

6 In Out 

7 In Out 

8 In Out 

9 In In 

1 In Out 

1 1 In Out 

12 In Out 

1 3 Out Out 

14 Out Out 

1 5 Out Out 

16 In Out 

Rogers moved to accept the 
Basketball Committee's report and to 
accommodate, when possible, the re- 
quest of the Committee in the assign- 
ment of basketball officials for the dis- 
trict and regional tournaments. Hop>- 
per seconded the motion, which 
passed unanimously. 

2) Recommended that the 
Board approve a request from the Ky. 
Basketball Coaches' Association to 
allow an active school employee to 
serve as a non-voting member of the 
KHSAA Basketball Committee. Jack- 
son made a motion that this recom- 
mendation be accepted. Cardwell sec- 
onded the motion which passed unani- 
mously. 

3) Recommended by the Bas- 
ketball Committee to allow Mayfield 
High School to move from District 4 to 
District 3 for the 1994-95 school year. 
Jackson made a motion to accept this 
recommendation. Cardwell seconded 
the motion which passed unanimously. 
Rogers noted that movement of 
Mayfield into District 3 and the addition 
of the new Christian Fellowship HS 
into District 4 would create an equaliza- 
tion of Region I. 

4) Recommended that 
Woodbridge Academy be assigned to 
District 41 for the 1993-94 school year 



as requested. Cox made a motion to 
approve this recommendation, sec- 
onded by Jackson. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Hicks, Chairperson of the 
Sports Structure Committee, reported 
that the Committee is working on a 
rotation plan for members of KHSAA 
Sports Committees and would report 
at a later time. 

At this time, the Board returned 
to a discussion of Items 9-13 recom- 
mended by the Blue Ribbon Commis- 
sion. 

(9) Consider taking the fol- 
lowing action regarding scrimmages: 

(a) Establish clear guidelines 
for scrimmages to ensure that they are 
controlled instructional opportunities 
and not exhibition games. 

Wise's Recommended Action : 

Require clock and score to be 
reset at end of each period, and no 
aggregate score or time kept. We must 
be mindful that this is to simulate game 
conditions not only to build on one's 
athletic ability and team play, but as a 
safety factor as teams prepare for the 
season. 

Rogers made a motion to ac- 
cept the Commissioner's recommen- 
dation of Item 9a as written. Cox sec- 
onded the motion which passed unani- 
mously. 

(b) Establish a reporting sys- 
tem which includes input from schools 
and officials on all scrimmages. 
Wise's Recommended Action : 

Direct staff to develop forms to 
be completed by schools and/or offi- 
cials to implement a reporting system. 

Jackson made a motion to 
accept Item 9b as recommended. 
Steidei seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

(c) Require all team camps to 
submit a copy of all activities to ensure 
that Association rules are being fol- 
lowed, especially regarding scrim- 
mages. 

This is a self monitoring situ- 
ation, and the KHSAA does not have 
jurisdiction over college camps, etc., 
only on the persons from the high school 
who attend. It is recommended that 
this item 9(c), be rejected due to juris- 
dictional and enforcement problems. 

Following discussion, the 
Board delayed action until Item 11 is 
considered. 

(10) Consider taking the fol- 
lowing action regarding tournaments: 



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Board Minutes 

(continued from page 7) 

(a) Establish a selection criteria to 
determine tournament sites. 
Wise's Recommended Action : 

Direct staff to develop a blue- 
print for criteria by sport for report by 
spring to implement in fall of 1994-95. 

Jackson made a motion to 
accept Item 10a as recommended. 
Hicks seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

(b) Leave the Sw^eet Sixteen 
basketball structure intact. How^ever, 
KHSAA should study the Sweet Sixteen 
basketball structure to determine if a 
sectional format should be used for 
enhancing the Association's revenue 
structure. 

Wise's Recommended Action : 

Refer to Basketball commit- 
tee for development of a Board/staff 
study of alternative structures. 

Steidel made a motion to ac- 
cept Item 10b as recommended. Cox 
seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

(c) Require all regular season 
tournaments to be reported to the As- 
sociation v/ith specific information sub- 
mitted regarding the financial and con- 
tractual arrangements to ensure com- 
pliance with the KHSAA bylaws. 
Wise's Recommended Action : 

Direct staff to develop forms to 
implement recommendation. 

Steidel made a motion to ac- 
cept Item 10c as recommended. 
Claudia Hicks seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. 

(11) Consider taking the fol- 
lowing action regarding nonschool and 
nonseason participation: 

(a) Prohibiting member 
schools from using their resources to 
support summer programs, leagues, 
and team camps. This would include 
but not be limited to personnel, facili- 
ties, equpment, and transportation. 
This does not prohibit the use of facili- 
ties for community recreational pro- 
grams. 

(b) Limiting the number of 
players from a school team that can 
play on any organized team together if 
the coach is involved. 

Wise's Recommended Action : 

The staff believes that further 
study is needed by the Board before ex- 
pressing a recommendation on Item a. 



Many questions abound regarding 
coaches who work professionally in 
the summer and may have players 
involved in private lessons, team ver- 
sus individual sports issues, jurisdic- 
tional concerns as it relates to public 
facilities and other problems with im- 
mediate implementation. This matter 
should be further studied by the Board 
of Control. 

It is recommended that Item 
lib be implemented in team sports 
(baseball, basketball, football, soccer, 
Softball and volleyball), but not be sub- 
ject to individual sports (cross country, 
golf, swimming, tennis, track and wres- 
tling). 

Rogers made a motion to ac- 
cept the Commissioner's recommen- 
dation of Item 11a as written. Cox 
seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. Story then made a mo- 
tion to amend the motion to combine 
Items 9c and 11a and 11b for further 
study and present a proposal to the 
Delegate Assembly next year for imple- 
mentation during the 1995-96 school 
year. Talbott seconded the amended 
motion which passed. The vote on the 
original motion as amended passed 
unanimously. 

(12) Consider rotating mem- 
bership on sport committees to ensure 
representation from all individuals in- 
volved in each sport. 

Wise's Recommended Action : 

This matter should be referred 
to the Sports Structure Committee for 
adoption of any rotation schedule. 

Hicks made a motion that lan- 
guage of the Sports Committee struc- 
ture be written to include selection pro- 
cess, length of service, gender, race, 
additions or deletions of members and 
to be in place for 1994-95. Stan Steidel 
seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

(13) Consider taking the fol- 
lov^ng action regarding officials. Local 
Policy Boards and Assigning Secretar- 
ies: 

(a) Establish a job description and 
performance requirements so that of- 
ficials can be evaluated on preestab- 
lished expectations. 

(b) Establish minimum physical re- 
quirements for officials. 

(c) Establish minimum training stan- 
dards for officials. 

(d) Establish guidelines for Local Policy 
Boards to use to determine if the As- 
signing 

Secretary is fulfilling job requirements. 



(e) Hold Assigning Secretaries ac- 
countable for completing their jobs. 

(f) Develop a recruitment program for 
officials. 

(g) Consider the use of observers to 
evaluate officials and lessen the weight 
of coaches evaluations. 

Wise's Recommended Action : 

Much of the study necessary 
to implement this recommendation in 
all parts is unden/vay. This includes 
directing staff to present draft proposal 
for changes in policies and Officials 
Guidebook at April meeting for adop- 
tion and or changes before final adop- 
tion in July. 

Rogers made a motion, sec- 
onded by Cardwell, to accept the 
Commissioner's recommendation of 
Items 13a-g. The motion passed unani- 
mously. 

(22) Encourage member 
schools to require student athletes to 
have insurance. However, it should not 
be required unless the State Board 
requires insurance for all students. 
Wise's Recommended Action : 

Direct staff to survey the 
schools to determine current cover- 
ages, and survey industry to determine 
potential carriers with a preliminary 
report in March, 1994. 

Rogers made a motion, sec- 
onded by Steidel, to accept the 
Commissioner's recommendation of 
Item 22. The motion passed unani- 
mously. 

The following actions were 
taken by the Board after hearing ap- 
peals: 

Rodger Lawson, Jr. - Bylaw 6, 
Transfer to Barren County HS from 
Glasgow HS - Motion made by Grant 
Talbott to restore eligibility based upon 
the grounds that student/athlete feared 
personal bodily harm if he returned to 
Glasgow, and the fact that there was no 
apparent athletic advantage at Barren 
County. Steidel seconded the motion, 
which passed 8-2 with 2 abstentions. 

James Sexton - Commi- 
ssioner's interpretation of KHSAA Con- 
stitution, Article IV, Sec. 2. Story made 
a motion to uphold the Commissioner's 
interpretation of the Constitution based 
upon the precedent set in similar cases 
in the past. Talbott seconded the mo- 
tion which passed 11-0. Sexton did not 
vote. 

The following Basketball Fi- 
nancial Report was given: 

Boys' ticket sales through this 
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Girls' ticket sales through this 
date: $31,236.00 

It was reporteo that the boys' 
ticket sales and the girls' ticket sales 
were behind last year's receipts. 

Tackett then gave a brief re- 
port on the National Federation Winter 
Meeting held at Point Clear, Ala. Is- 
sues discussed included new rules 
under the American Disabilities Act, 
increase in cost of rule books for 94-95 
and TARGET financial problems. 

Tippett announced that Boys' 
Basketball Ticket Order Forms were 
distributed during the Louisville Invita- 
tional Tournament. 

President Story then called for 
a recess for lunch. 

Story reconvened the meet- 
ing at 1:35 p.m. All Board members 
were present except for Stan Steidel 
who had to leave the meeting. 

A discussion ensued regard- 
ing the KHSAA Hall of Fame. Downing 
offered several suggestions to be con- 
sidered by the Committee in the future. 
Chairman Cardwell, Hall of Fame Com- 
mittee, advised the Board he would 
meet with Downing and present some 
recommendations at the Delegate 
Assembly Meeting. 

Faulkner advised the Board of 
the State Board's findings on eligibility 
appeals: 

1) Joseph and Richard Alig - 
affirmed Board's action; 

2) Elsa Dahle - reversed the 



Board's action and ruled her eligible: 

3) West P. Johnson - affirmed 
the Board's action; 

4) Stephen Lear - reversed 
the Board's action and ruled him eli- 
gible; 

5) Ratal Turo and Jans 
Belemeister - affirmed the Board's 
action; 

6) Todd Jenkins - affirmed the 
Board's action. 

DeVries asked the Board to 
study the 1994 Regional Track site list 
and asked for a recommendation for 
Class AAA, Region 5 site. Eastern and 
Shelby County both requested to host 
the meet. Due to the fact that the Board 
encourages rotation of sites, and East- 
ern has hosted the Region since 1988, 
Cardwell made a motion, seconded by 
Hicks, that the Class AAA, Region 5 
Track Site be designated as Shelby 
County. The motion passed 10-1. 
Eastern would be the host for the 1995 
Regional Meet. 

Following a discussion re- 
garding certain items recommended 
by the Task Force, Cardwell made a 
motion that the Board draft a letter to the 
schools advising them of the Board's 
position on the appointment of addi- 
tional members to the KHSAA Board of 
Control and on postseason tourna- 
ment receipts. Jackson seconded the 
motion which passed 11-0. 

Commissioner Wise asked 
for input on the assignment of Re- 



gional Basketball Sites which are to be 
announced soon. 

Faulkner advised the Board 
that he will inform them of any bills 
introduced in the Legislature that could 
effect the KHSAA. 

Board members then went 
over drafts of proposed changes to the 
Constitution and Bylaws as promul- 
gated by the SBESE as recommended 
by the Task Force Commission. 

Cardwell made a motion that 
the Staffwrite language for Board mem- 
bers to succeed themselves and make 
retroactive to January 4, 1994, and to 
send a letter to all Board Appointed 
Representatives in the affected regions 
advising them of same. Grant Talbott 
seconded the motion which passed 9 
in favor of the motion, two Board mem- 
bers (Sexton and Story) disqualified 
themselves from voting and one was 
absent. 

Rogers and Cardwell left the 
meeting. 

President Story appointed 
Boucher and Hopper to develop a Lead- 
ership Training Seminar for new Board 
members. He asked that they present 
a proposed plan at the March meeting. 

There being no further busi- 
ness, Henson moved for adjournment. 
Welch seconded the motion which 
passed. 

The meeting adjourned at 
4:55 p.m. 



KSD Football Crowned 
Deaf National Champs 

Kentucky School for the Deaf 
in Danville was named the nation's 
Team of the Year for deaf schools, 
according to KSD and the Silent News. 
The Colonels recorded an 8-1 record 
in 1993, losing only to Betsy Layne 26- 
13 after leading in the fourth quarter. 

KSD was led by Patrick Har- 
ris, a sophomore tailback, who was 
voted Offensive Player of the Year. He 
rushed 144 times for 1,570 yards and 
32 touchdowns and was one of only 
four sophomores voted to the Deaf 
Prep All-American team. Harris also 
led the state of Kentucky in scoring, 
averaging 22.7 points per game. The 
team was coached by Roger Coyer. 

This is the school's second 
national title. KSD, which has an enroll- 
ment in the top three grades of 74, 
shared its first titie in 1962 with Califor- 
nia-FremonL 



WE NEEDYOU! 



The KHSAA needs your help 

in promoting its 

Court of Support! 



A new video and brochure has been produced promoting 

the KHSAA's new Hall of Fame and Museum 

and the importance of its brick sales. 

Show the tapes to your group or organization and help fund the 

KHSAA's new Hall of Fame and Museum. Just contact the 

KHSAA's Fund Raising Directorformore information. 

(606) 299-5472. 



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1 994 KHSAA Baseball Alignment 



REGION I 

District 1 

Heath, Lone Oak, Paducah 

Tilghman, Reidland 

District 2 

Ballard Memorial, Graves 

Co., St. Mary 

District 3 

Carlisle Co., Fulton City, 

Fulton Co., Hickman Co. 

District 4 

Calloway Co., Marshall Co., 

Mayfield, Murray 

REGION II 

District 5 

Christian Co., Ft. Campbell, 

Hopkinsvlile, Trigg Co., UHA 

District 6 

Caldwell Co., Crittenden Co., 

Livingston Central, Lyon Co. 

District 7 

Dawson Springs, Madison- 

ville-North Hopkins, South 

Hopkins, West Hopkins 

District 8 

Henderson Co., Providence, 

Union Co., Webster Co 

REGION III 

District 9 

Apollo, Daviess Co., 
Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic 
District 10 

Butler Co., Muhlenberg 
North, Muhlenberg South 
District 11 

Breckinridge Co., Frederick 
Fraize, Grayson Co., 
Hancock Co. 
District 12 

McLean Co., Ohio Co., Trin- 
ity (Whitesville) 

REGION IV 

District 13 

Logan Co., Russellville, 
Todd Co. Central 
District 14 

Bowling Green, Franklin- 
Simpson, Greenwood, War- 
ren Central, Warren East 
District 15 

Allen Co.-Scottsville, Barren 
Co., Edmonson Co., 
Glasgow 
District 16 

Clinton Co., Cumberland 
Co. , Metcalfe Co. , Monroe Co. 



REGION V 

District 17 

Central Hardin, Elizabeth- 
town, Fort Knox, Meade Co., 
North Hardin 
District 18 

Caverna, Green Co., Hart 
Co., LaRue Co. 
District 19 

Bardstown, Bethlehem, 
Nelson Co., Washington Co. 
District 20 

Adair Co., Campbellsville, 
Marion Co., Taylor Co. 

REGION VI 

District 21 

Central, Portland Christian, 
Shawnee, SW Christian 
District 22 

Butler, Holy Cross (Louis- 
ville), PRP, Western 
District 23 

Beth Haven, Doss, Fairdale, 
Valley 
District 24 

DeSales, Evangel Christian, 
Iroquois, Southern 

REGION VII 

District 25 

Manual, Male, St. Xavier 
District 26 

Atherton, Christian Acad- 
emy, Seneca, Trinity 
District 27 

Fern Creek, Highview Bap- 
tist, Jeffersontown, Moore, 
Walden 
District 28 

Ballard, Eastern, Kentucky 
Country Day, Waggener 

REGION VIII 

District 29 

Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, 

North Bullitt, Spencer Co. 

District 30 

Anderson Co., Eminence, 

Henry Co., Shelby Co. 

District 31 

Carroll Co., Gallatin Co., 

Oldham Co., South Oldham, 

Trimble Co. 

District 32 

Grant Co., Owen Co., Scott 

Co., Walton-Verona, William- 

stown 



REGION IX 

District 33 

Boone Co., Conner, Lloyd, 

Ryle, St. Henry, Simon 

Kenton 

District 34 

Bellevue, Dayton, Holmes, 

Newport, Newport Catholic 

District 35 

Bishop Brossart, Campbell 

Co., Highlands, Scott, Silver 

Grove 

District 36 

Beechwood, Cov. Catholic, 

Cov. Latin, Dixie Heights, Holy 

Cross (Covington), Ludlow 

REGION X 

District 37 

Bourbon Co., Harrison Co., 

MMI, Nicholas Co., Paris 

District 38 

Augusta, Bracken Co., 

Deming, Pendleton Co. 

District 39 

Fleming Co., Mason Co., St. 

Patrick, Tollesboro 

District 40 

Bath Co., Estill Co., Clark Co , 

Montgomery Co. 

REGION XI 

District 41 

Frankfort, Franklin Co., West- 
ern Hills, Woodbridqe , 
Woodford Co. 
District 42 

Lex. Catholic, Paul Dunbar, 
Sayre, Lex. Christian 
District 43 

Bryan Station, Henry Clay, 
Lafayette, Tates Creek 
District 44 

Berea, Madison Central, 
Madison Southern, Model 

REGION XII 

District 45 

Boyle Co., Danville, Garrard 
Co., Lincoln Co. 
District 46 

Burgin, Harrodsburg, Jessa- 
mine Co., Mercer Co. 
District 47 

McCreary Central, Monticel- 
lo, Russell Co., Wayne Co. 
District 48 

Casey Co., N.Laurel, 
S.Laurel, Pulaski Co., 
Somerset, Pulaski SW 



REGION XIII 

District 49 

Clay Co., Jackson Co., OBI, 

Rockcastle Co. 

District 50 

Barbourville, Corbin, Knox 

Central, Lynn Camp, Whitiey 

Co., Williamsburg 

District 51 

Bell Co., Middlesboro, 

Pineville, Red Bird 

District 52 

Cawood, Cumberland, 

Evarts, Harlan 

REGION XIV 

District 53 

Fleming-Neon, Jenkins, 
June Buchanan, Letcher, 
Whitesburg 
District 54 

Buckhorn, Dilce Combs, 
Hazard, Leslie Co., M.C. 
Napier 
District 55 

Breathitt Co., Cordia, Jack- 
son City, Knott Co. Central, 
Riverside Christian 
District 56 

Lee Co., Ov^ley Co., Powell 
Co., Wolfe Co. 

REGION XV 

District 57 

Johnson Central, Magoffin 

Co., Paintsville, Sheldon 

Clark 

District 58 

Allen Central, Betsy Layne, 

South Floy d. Prestonsburg, 

District 59 

Millard, Mullins, Pikeville, 

Pike Central . Shelby Valley 

District 60 

Belfry, Elkhorn City, Feds 

Creek, Johns Creek, Phelps 

REGION XVI 

District 61 

Menifee Co., Morgan Co., 

Rowan Co. 

District 62 

East Carter, Lewis Co., West 

Carter 

District 63 

Fairview, Greenup Co., 

Raceland, Russell 

District 64 

Boyd Co., Lawrence Co., 

Paul Blazer, Rose Hill 



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1994 KHSAA Softball Alignment 



REGION 1 

District 1: Heath, Lone Oak, Reidland, 

Paducah Tilghman 

District 2: Ballard Memorial, Graves 

Co., Mayfield, St. Mary 

District 3: Carlisle Co., Fulton City, 

Fulton Co., Hickman Co. 

District 4: Calloway Co., Marshall Co., 

Murray 

REGION 2 

District 5: Christian Co., Ft. Camp-bell, 

Hopkinsville, UHA 

District 6: Caldwell Co., Crittenden 

Co., Livingston Central, Lyon Co., Trigg 

Co. 

District 7: Dawson Springs, Madison- 

ville-NH, South Hopkins, West Hopkins 

District 8: Henderson Co., Providence, 

Union Co., Webster Co. 

REGIONS 

District 9: Apollo, Daviess Co., 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic 
District 10; Butler Co., Muhlenberg 
North, Muhlenberg South 
District 11: Breckinridge Co., Frederick 
Fraize, Hancock Co., Trinity 
District 12: Grayson Co., McLean Co , 
Ohio Co. 

REGION 4 

District 13: Allen Co., Barren Co , 
Edmonson Co , Glasgow 
District 14: Bowling Green, Greenwood, 
Warren Central, Warren East 
District 15: Franklin-Simpson, Logan 
Co., Russellville, Todd Co. Central 
District 16: Clinton Co., Cumberland 
Co., Metcalfe Co., Monroe Co. 

REGIONS 

District 17: Central Hardin, 

Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Meade Co., 

North Hardin 

District 18: Caverna, Green Co., Hart 

Co., LaRue Co. 

District 19: Bardstown, Bethlehem, 

Nelson Co., Washington Co. 

District 20: Adair Co., Campbellsville, 

Marion Co., Taylor Co. 

REGIONS 

District 21: Central, Portland Christian, 
Presentation, Shawnee, SW Christian 
District 22: Butler, Holy Cross, Plea- 
sure Ridge Park, Western 
District 23: Beth Haven, Doss, Fairdale, 
Valley 
District 24: Evangel, Holy Rosary, 



Iroquois, Southern 

REGION? 

District 25: Collegiate, duPont 
Manual, Male, Mercy Academy, 
Ninth & O 

District 26: Assumption, Atherton, 
Christian Academy, Seneca 
District 27: Fern Creek, Highview 
Baptist, Jeffersontown, Moore 
District 28: Ballard, Eastern, Ky. 
C. Day, Sacred Heart, Waggener 

REGIONS 

District 29: Bullitt Central, Bullitt 
East, North Bullitt, Spencer Co. 
District 30: Carroll Co., Emi- 
nence, Gallatin Co., Henry Co., 
District 31: Oldham Co., Shelby 
Co., South Oldham, Trimble Co. 
District 32: Grant Co., Owen Co., 
Scott Co , Williamstown 




REGION 9 

District 33: Boone Co., Conner, 
Simon-Kenton, Ryle, Walton- 
Verona 

District 34: Dixie Heights, Lloyd Memo- 
rial, Scott, St Henry, Villa Madonna 
District 35: Beechwood, Holmes, Holy 
Cross, Notre Dame 

REGION 10 

District 36: Dayton, Ludlow, Newport, 
Newport Catholic, Pendleton Co 
District 37: Bishop Brossart, Campbell 
Co., Highlands, Silver-Grove 
District 38: Augusta, Bracken Co., 
Deming, Mason Co., Tollesboro, 
Fleming Co., Nicholas Co. 
District 39: Bath Co., Clark Co., Harrison 
Co , Montgomery Co., Paris 

REGION 11 

District 40: Anderson Co., Boyle Co., 
Burgin, Garrard Co., Lincoln Co., Mer- 
cer Co. 

District 41: Berea, Estill Co., Madison 
Central, Madison Southern, Model 
District 42: Bryan Station, Henry Clay, 
Lafayette, Lex. Catholic, Paul Dunbar, 
Tates Creek 

District 43: Frankfort, Franklin Co., Jes- 
samine Co., Lex. Christian, Western 
Hills, Woodford Co. 

REGION 12 

District 44: Corbin, Lvnn Camp . 
So. Laurel, N. Laurel, Pulaski Co., Pu- 
laski SW. Rockcastle Co., Somerset 



Jessamine County shortstop Misty Hager 
attempts tothrov*/ out a runnerafterfielding 
a grounder during the 1993 Girls' State 
Softball Championship. 



District 45: Clay Co., Knox Central, OBI, 
Whitley Co., Williamsburg 
District 46: Casey Co., McCreary Co., 
Monticello, Russell Co., Wayne Co. 
District 47: Barbourville . Bell Co., 
Cawood, Evarts, Middlesboro, 
Pineville, Red Bird, Cumberiand 

REGION 13 

District 48: Cordia, Dilce Combs, Haz- 
ard, Leslie Co., M.C. Napier 
District 49: Fleming-Neon, June 
Buchanan, Jenkins, Knott Co., Letcher, 
Whitesburg 

District 50: Breathitt Co., Buckhorn, 
Jackson, Jackson Co., Riverside Chris- 
tian 

District 51: Lee Co., Menifee Co., Powell 
Co., Wolfe Co.,Ow«ley Co. 

REGION 14 

District 52: Allen Central, Betsy Layne, 
Magoffin Co., S. Floyd . Prestonsburg, 
Sheldon Clark, Paintsville, Johnson 
Central 

District 53: Boyd Co., Greenup, 
Lawrence Co., Paul Blazer, Rowan Co., 
Russell 

District 54: Elliott Co., Lewis Co., Mor- 
gan Co., West Carter, E.Carter 
District 55: Belfry, Elkhorn City, Feds 
Creek, Millard, Phelps, Pikeville, Pike 
Co. Central . Shelby Valley 



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1 994 KHSAA Track Alignment 



Class A (0-359) 

Region 1: Ballard Memorial, Carlisle 
Co., Fulton Co., Hickman Co., Mayfield, 
Murray, St. Mary 

Region 2: Caverna, Crittenden Co., 
Lyon Co., Providence, Russellville, 
Trigg Co., West Hopkins 
Region 3: Bardstown, Bethlehem, 
Brown, Christian Academy-Louisville, 
Eminence, Kentucky Country Day, Lou- 
isville Collegiate, St. Francis, Walden 
Region 4: Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, 
Covington Latin, Dayton, Holy Cross 
(Covington), Ludlow/, Newport Central 
Catholic, St. Henry, Villa Madonna, 
Walton-Verona 

Region 5: Bath Co., Carroll Co., Frank- 
fort, Lexington Catholic, Lexington 
Christian, Menifee Co., Nicholas Co., 
Paris, Sayre, Woodbridge 
Region 6: Elkhorn City, Elliott Co., 
Fairview, Jackson City, Paintsville, 
Pikeville, Raceland, South Floyd, Wolfe 
Co. 

Region 7: Berea, Campbellsville, 
Cumberland Co., Danville, Garrard Co., 
Harrodsburg, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, 
Model, St. Camillus, Williamsburg 
Region 8: Cordia, Cumberland, Evarts, 
Fleming-Neon, Harlan, Hazard, 
Jenkins, June Buchanan, Lee Co., 
Letcher, Oneida Baptist, Red Bird 

Class AA (360-649) 

Region 1: Caldwell Co., Calloway Co., 
Fort Campbell, Heath, Lone Oak, 
McLean Co., Paducah Tilghman, 
Reidland, South Hopkins, Todd Co. 
Central, Webster Co. 
Region 2: Allen Co.-Scottsville, Butler 
Co., Edmonson Co., Franklin-Simpson, 
Glasgow, Logan Co., Monroe Co., 
Warren East 

Region 3: Bullitt East, Elizabethtown, 
FortKnox, HancockCo., HartCo., Larue 
Co., North Bullitt, Owensboro Catholic, 
Washington Co. 

Region 4; Bourbon Co., Covington 
Catholic, Grant Co., Harrison Co., High- 
lands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Owen 
Co., Pendleton Co., Ryle 
Region 5; Anderson Co., Boyle Co., 
Estill Co., Franklin Co., Jackson Co., 
Madison Southern, Mercer Co., Powell 
Co., Rockcastle Co., Western Hills 
Region 6: Adair Co., Casey Co., Corbin, 
Green Co., Marion Co., McCreary Cen- 
tral, Middlesboro, Russell Co., 
Somerset, Taylor Co., Wayne Co. 




Paducah Tilghman'sJuniorSloan made his way around turn four andheaded 
for home in the 1 993 State Track and Field Championships at the University 
of Kentucky. Sloan finished second in the 800-meter run with a time of 
1:56.48. 



Region 7: East Carter, Fleming Co., 
Lawrence Co., Lewis Co., Mason Co., 
Morgan Co., Rowan Co., Russell, 
Sheldon Clark, West Carter 
Region 8: Allen Central, Belfry, Betsy 
Layne, Breathitt Co., Dilce Combs, 
Knott Co. Central, Leslie Co., Pike Co. 
Central, Prestonsburg, Shelby Valley, 
Whitesburg 

Class AAA (650 & up) 

Region 1: Apollo, Christian Co., 
Daviess Co., Graves Co., Henderson 
Co., Hopkinsville, Madisonville-North 
Hopkins, Marshall Co., Owensboro, 
Union Co. 

Region 2: Barren Co., Bowling Green, 
Bullitt Central, Central Hardin, Grayson 
Co., Greenwood, Meade Co., Nelson 
Co., North Hardin, Ohio Co., Warren 
Central 

Region 3: DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, 
Holy Cross (Louisville), Iroquois, Plea- 
sure Ridge Park, Presentation, South- 
ern, Valley, Western 
Region 4: Assumption, Atherton, But- 
ler, Central, DuPont Manual, Fern 
Creek, Male, Moore, Shawnee, St. 
Xavier 

Region 5: Ballard, Eastern, 
Jeffersontown, Mercy, Oldham Co., 
Sacred Heart, Seneca, Shelby Co., 



South Oldham, Trinity (Louisville), 
Waggener 

Region 6: Boone Co., Boyd Co., 
Campbell Co., Conner, Dixie Heights, 
Greenup Co., Holmes, Notre Dame, 
Paul Blazer, Scott, Simon Kenton 
Region 7: Bryan Station, George 
Rogers Clark, Henry Clay, Lafayette, 
Jessamine Co., Madison Central, Mont- 
gomery Co., Paul Dunbar, Scott Co., 
Tates Creek, Woodford Co. 
Region 8: Bell Co., Cawood, Clay Co., 
Johnson Central, Knox Central, Lin- 
coln Co., North Laurel, Pulaski Co., 
Pulaski Southwestern, South Laurel, 
Whitley Co. 



CHAMPIONSHIP DATES 
Regional Meets 

May 20-21, 1994 

State Championships 

May 27-28, 1994 

Shively Track 

University of Kentucky 

Lexington, Ky. 



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1994 Boys' and Girls' Tennis Alignments 



3oys 

: 1. MURRAY - Ballard Memorial, 
Caldwell Co., Calloway Co., Christian 
:;o., Fort Campbell, Graves Co., Heath, 
Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon Co., 
\^arshall Co., Mayfield, Murray, 
^aducah Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary, 
Jniversity Heights, West Hopkins 

2. BOWLING GREEN -Allen Co., Bar- 
en Co., Bowling Green, Butler Co., 
Caverna, Cumberland Co., Franklin- 
Simpson, Glasgow, Grayson Co., 
Greenwood, Hart Co., Logan Co., 
\^etcalfe Co., Monroe Co., Russellvllle, 
lA/arren Central, Warren East 

3. HENDERSON CO. -Apollo. Daviess 
Co., Hancock Co., Henderson Co., 
McLean Co., Madisonville-NH, 
Muhlenberg North, Muhlenberg South, 
Ohio Co., Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic, Providence, South Hopkins, 
Union Co., Webster Co. 

4. ELIZABETHTOWN - Adair Co., 
Bardstown, Bethlehem, Breckinridge 
Co , Campbellsville, Central Hardin, 
Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Frederick 
Fraize, Green Co., LaRue Co., Marion 
Co., Meade Co., Nelson Co., North 
Hardin, Taylor Co., Washington Co. 

5. EAST JEFFERSON - Ballard, East- 
ern, Eminence, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country Day, 
Oldham Co., Seneca, South Oldham, 
Trimble Co., Trinity (Louisville), 
Waggener, Walden 

6. CENTRAL JEFFERSON - Atherton, 
Central, Christian Academy, duPont 
Manual, Evangel, Highview Baptist, 
Louisville Collegiate, Male, Moore, 
Shawnee, St. Francis, St. Xavier 

7. WEST JEFFERSON - Bullitt Central, 
Bullitt East, Butler, DeSales, Doss, 
Fairdale, Holy Cross, Iroquois, North 
Bullitt, Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, 
Southwest Christian, Spencer Co., 
Valley, Western 

8. LEXINGTON - Anderson Co., Bryan 
Station, Frankfort, Franklin Co., Henry 
Clay, Jessamine Co., Lafayette, Lex. 
Catholic, Lex. Christian, Paul Dunbar, 
Sayre, Shelby Co., Tates Creek, West- 
ern Hills, Woodbridge, Woodford Co. 



9. RICHMOND - Berea, Boyle Co., 
Breathitt Co., Danville, Estill Co., 
Garrard Co., George Rogers Clark, 
Harrodsburg, Jackson City, Lee Co., 
Lincoln Co., Madison Central, Madison 
Southern, McCreary Central, Mercer 
Co., Model, Pulaski Co., Rockcastle 
Co., Russell Co., Somerset 

10. BARBOURVILLE - Barbourville. Bell 
Co., Cawood, Clay Co., Corbin, 
Cumberland, Fleming-Neon, Harlan, 
Jenkins, June Buchanan, Knott Co. 
Central, Knox Central, Leslie Co., 
Letcher, Middlesboro, North Laurel, 
Oneida Baptist, Pineville, Pulaski 
Southwestern, South Laurel, St. 
Camillus, Whitesburg 

11. ASHLAND- Bath Co., Belfry, Boyd 
Co., East Carter, Hazard, Johnson 
Central, Lawrence Co., Magoffin Co., 
Morgan Co., Paintsville, Paul Blazer, 
Pike Co. Central, Prestonsburg, 
Raceland, Rose Hill, Rowan Co., 
Russell, Sheldon Clark 



12. FT. THOMAS 



Beechwood, 



Bellevue, Boone Co., Campbell Co., 
Carroll Co., Conner, Covington Catho- 
lic, Covington Latin, Dayton, Dixie 
Heights, Gallatin Co., Highlands, 
Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, 
Newport, Newport Central Catholic, 
Ryle, St. Henry, Scott, Simon Kenton, 
Villa Madonna, Williamstown 

13. PARIS - Augusta, Bourbon Co., 
Deming, Harrison Co., Levies Co., Ma- 
son Co., Millersburg Military Institute, 
Montgomery Co., Nicholas Co., Paris, 
Pendleton Co., St. Patrick, Scott Co. 

Girls 

1. MURRAY - Ballard Memorial, 
Caldwell Co., Calloway Co., Christian 
Co., Fort Campbell, Graves Co., Heath, 
Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon Co., 
Marshall Co., Mayfield, Murray, 
Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary, 
University Heights, West Hopkins 

2. BOWLING GREEN - Allen Co., Bar- 
ren Co., Bowling Green, Butler Co., 
Caverna, Cumberland Co., Franklin- 
Simpson, Grayson Co., Greenwood, 
Glasgow, Hart Co., Logan Co., Metcalfe 
Co., Monroe Co., Russellville, Warren 
Central, Warren East 



3. HENDERSON CO. - Apollo, Daviess 
Co., Hancock Co., Henderson Co., 
McLean Co., Madisonville-North 
Hopkins, Muhlenberg North, 
Muhlenberg South, Ohio Co., 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, 
Providence, South Hopkins, Union Co., 
Webster Co. 

4. ELIZABETHTOWN - Adair Co., 
Bardstown, Bethlehem, Breckinridge 
Co., Campbellsville, Central Hardin, 
Elizabethtown, Frederick Fraize, Fort 
Knox, Green Co., LaRue Co., Marion 
Co., Meade Co., Nelson Co., North 
Hardin, Taylor Co., Washington Co. 

5. EAST JEFFERSON - Assumption, 
Ballard, Eastern, Eminence, Fern 
Creek, Jeffersontown, Kentucky Coun- 
try Day, Oldham Co., Sacred Heart, 
Seneca, South Oldham, Trimble Co., 
Waggener, Walden 

6. CENTRAL JEFFERSON - Atherton, 
Central, Christian Academy, duPont 
Manual, Evangel, Highview Baptist, 
Louisville Collegiate, Male, Mercy Acad- 
emy, Moore, Presentation, Shawnee, 
St. Francis 

7. WESTJEFFERSON - Bullitt Central, 
Bullitt East, Butier, Doss, Fairdale, Holy 
Cross, Holy Rosary, Iroquois, North 
Bullitt, Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, 
Southwest Christian, Spencer Co., 
Valley, Western 

8. LEXINGTON - Anderson Co., Bryan 
Station, Frankfort, Franklin Co., Henry 
Clay, Jessamine Co., Lafayette, Lex- 
ington Catholic, Lexington Christian, 
Paul Dunbar, Sayre, Shelby Co., Tates 
Creek, Western Hills, Woodbridge, 
Woodford Co. 

9. RICHMOND - Berea, Boyle Co., 
Breathitt Co., Danville, Estill Co., 
Garrard Co., George Rogers Clark, 
Harrodsburg, Jackson City, Lee Co., 
Lincoln Co., Madison Central, Madison 
Southern, Mercer Co., Model, Pulaski 
Co., Rockcastle Co., Russell Co., 
Somerset, Wolfe Co. 

10. BARBOURVILLE -Barbourville. Bell 
Co., Cawood, Clay Co., Corbin, Fleming- 
Neon, Harlan, Jenkins, June Buchanan, 

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1994 Baseball Rules Interpretations 




SITUATION #1: Rl is at first base and 
the outfield is shading left field. After 
the pitch, F2 attempts to pick off Rl , but 
overthrows F3. The ball rolls to the 
outfield fence after touching F9's glove. 
Rl is between first and second. Rl 
confines to third and attempts to score, 
but is thrown out on a strong throw by 
F9. Before the next pitch, F9's glove is 
determined to be illegal by the umpire. 
RULING: Since the award for use of an 
illegal glove is two bases from the time 
the ball touched the illegal glove, Rl 
would be awarded third, assuming the 
coach takes the penalty As a result, the 
out is nullified. 1-4-3 
SITUATION #2: Designated media ar- 
eas are determined and properly 
chalked before the game. During the 
game (a) a thrown or batted ball touches 
or lands in an unoccupied designated 
media area, (b) a thrown ball passes 
through the designated media area in 
flight, (c) a fielder outside the desig- 
nated media area reaches over the 
plane of the designated media area to 
catch an overthrow or foul fly ball. RUL- 
ING: In (a) the ball is dead immediately. 
A designated media area is a dead ball 
area, even though it may not be occu- 
pied. Therefore, it is recommended 
that designated media areas be lo- 
cated in an area least likely to affect 
play. In (b) the ball remains alive. In (c) 
a fielder may reach into the designated 
media area or "break the plane" of the 
designated media area to field a ball, 
provided the ball has not touched the 
ground of the media area first. 1-2-3 
SITUATION #3: While sliding into sec- 
ond base, Rl cuts his knee or twists his 
ankle. The injured or bleeding player is 
given a reasonable amount of time to 
treat the wound or recover from the 
injury. However, the injured player is 
unable to continue in a reasonable 
time and is replaced by a legal substi- 
tute. If there are no available substi- 
tutes and the team is forced to play v^th 
eight players, is the injured player al- 
lowed to return if he is a starter? 
RULING: No. The injured or bleeding 




Harrison County's Brent Hampton led off in last year's state final as Pleasu 
RidgePark pitcher Brent Lynch and first baseman Andy Wright check th( 
signals. Hampton and hisThorobreds routed the Panthers, 6-0. 



player may not re-enter. Once a team 
plays with eight, it may not return to 
playing with nine players. 3-1-6, 4-4-lf 
SITUATION #4: Without an outfield 
fence, Bl hits a fly ball well over 400 feet 
that is caught by F8 with an illegal glove. 
Because ot the length of the hit, Bl 's 
coach asks the umpire to award a home 
run. RULING: Bl is awarded three bases 
If a fence existed and the ball had gone 
over the fence had the illegal glove not 
been used in the umpire's judgment, 
four bases would have been awarded. 
1-4-3, 8-3-3b 

SITUATION #5: Designated hitter, 
Jones, is batting for Smith, F3. In the 
fifth inning, Jones goes in for Smith on 
defense. In the sixth inning. Smith re- 
enters for Jones. The nextinning, Jones' 
coach attempts to reenter Jones for 
Smith, but the opposing team's coach 
claims Jones is not entitled to re-enter 
since he has already been out of the 
game. RULING: The starting desig- 
nated hitter may re-enter the game in 
the same way as any other starting 
player. Therefore, Jones may return to 
the game, but he must replace the 
player who shares the same position 
in the batting order with him. The role 
of the DH has been eliminated. 3-1-4 
SITUATION #6: With the bases loaded, 
Fl, in the windup position, moves his 
shoulders to look back at R2 who is at 



second base RULING: This is a ba 
Fl, while in contact with the pitche 
plate, is prohibited from moving \ 
shoulders to check runners, even if I 
shoulder movement, in the judgme 
of the umpire, was not intended to c 
ceive R2. 6-1-1 

SITUATION #7: With less than two o' 
Rl on second and B2 at the plate, 
attempts to steal third. In the proces 
B2, who bats right handed, after swin 
ing or not swinging at the pitch ( 
makes no attempt to get out of the w 
of F2 throwing to third or (b) is unat 
to make an attempt to get out of the w 
of F2 throwing to third. As a result, I 
cannot make a play on the runner. Is! 
out, and must R2 return to seconi 
RULING: B2 is not guilty of interferon 
in (a) or (b). B2 is entitied to his positii 
in the batter's box and is not subject 
being penalized for interference u 
less he moves or re-establishes I- 
position after F2 has received the pitc 
which then prevents F2 from attemi 
ing to play on a runner. Failing to mo 
so F2 can make a throw is not bati 
interference. 7-3-5 
SITUATION #8: With Rl on first w 
less than two outs, B2 strikes out, t 
F2 drops the ball. B2 begins running 
first base. F2 secures the ball ai 
throws to F3, but hits B2 in the bac 
who Is running (a) within the three-fc 



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1994 Softball Rules Interpretations 



SITUATION #1: Rl Is at first base and 
:he outfield Is shading left field. After 
:he pitch, F2 attempts to pick off Rl , but 
Dverthrows F3. The ball rolls to the 
autfield fence after touching F9's glove. 
R\ is between first and second. Rl 
:ontines to third and attempts to score, 
DUt is thrown out on a strong throw by 
F9. Before the next pitch, F9's glove is 
determined to be illegal by the umpire. 
RULING: Since the award for use of an 
illegal glove is two bases from the time 
the ball touched the illegal glove, Rl 
would be awarded third, assuming the 
coach takes the penalty. As a result, the 
out is nullified. 1-4-2 
SITUATION #2: Designated media ar- 
eas are determined and properly 
chalked before the game. During the 
game (a) a thrown or batted ball touches 
or lands in an unoccupied designated 
media area, (b) a thrown ball passes 
through the designated media area in 
flight, (c) a fielder outside the desig- 
nated media area reaches over the 
plane of the designated media area to 
catch an overthrow or foul fly ball. RUL- 
ING: In (a) the ball is dead immediately. 
A designated media area is a dead ball 
area, even though it may not be occu- 
pied. Therefore, it is recommended 
that designated media areas be lo- 
cated in an area least likely to affect 
play. In (b) the ball is dead immediately 
(but not in baseball). In (c) a fielder may 
reach into the designated media area 



or 'break the plane' of the designated 
media area to field a ball, provided the 
ball has not touched the ground of the 
designated media area first. 1-2-3 
SITUATION #3: While sliding into sec- 
ond base, Rl cuts her knee or twists her 
ankle. The injured or bleeding player is 
given a reasonable amount of time to 
treat the wound or recover from the 
injury. However, the injured player is 
unable to continue in a reasonable 
time and is replaced by a legal substi- 
tute. If there are no available substi- 
tutes and the team is forced to play with 
eight players, is the injured player al- 
lowed to return if she is a starter? RUL- 
ING: No. The injured or bleeding player 
may not re-enter. Once a team plays 
with eight, it may not return to playing 
with nine players. 3-1-7, 4-4-lf 
SITUATION #4: Without an outfield 
fence, B1 hits a tly ball well over 300 feet 
that is caught by F8 with an illegal glove. 
Because of the length of the hit, Bl 's 
coach asks the umpire to award a home 
run RULING: B1 is awarded three 
bases If a fence existed and the ball 
had gone over the fence had the illegal 
glove not been used in the umpire's 
judgment, tour bases would have been 
awarded. 1-4-3, 8-3-3b 
SITUATION #5: With no outs, Rl on third 
base and R2 on first, B4 bats out of 
order and hits to F4 who forces out R2. 
B4 beats the throw at first, as Rl scores. 
The infraction is brought to the umpires 



attention beforethenext pitch. RULING: 
Proper batter B3 is out for not batting In 
the proper position. R2's out at second 
stands. Rl is returned to third base and 
B4 is removed from first to assume her 
position at the plate as the proper bat- 
ter. 7-1 -2b 

SITUATION #6: Rl is on third base and 
R2 is on second with no outs. Bl is due 
to hit, but B2 bats instead. On the first 
pitch, B2 singles and Rl scores, R2 
advances to third, but B2 is thrown out 
tryingfor second on the hit. The coach 
of the defensive team appeals to the 
umpire that B2 batted out of order. 
RULING: Bl, the proper batter, is de- 
clared outfor batting out of order. An out 
for batting out of order supersedes an 
out by the incorrect batter on a play. 
Runners return to the bases occupied 
at the time of the pitch. B2 is now the 
proper batter. 7-1 -2b Exception 
SITUATION #7: With the bases loaded 
and no outs, B4 is to hit, but B5 bats 
instead. B5 grounds into a 6-4-3 double 
play. Rl scores and R2 advances to 
third. Batting out of order is then ap- 
pealed. Does the coach of the team at 
bat have the option of the play or the 
penalty? RULING: No. B4, the proper 
batter, is declared out because of the 
batting out of order rule. R3's out at 
second stands. Other runners return 
to the bases occupied at the time of the 
pitch. 7-1 -2b. 



Baseball Interpretations 

(Continued) 

lane or (b) outside the threefoot lane 
RULING: In (a) there is no interference 
for B2 thinking he could run to first 
base, unless 82 did so to intentionally 
interfere. Therefore, the ball remains 
alive. In (b) since 82 was running 
outside the three-foot lane when he 
was hit, he is guilty of interference. The 
ball is dead. B2 is declared out and Rl 
lis returned to first base, if he had not 
; reached second base before the inter- 
iference occurred. 8-4-lg 
I SITUATION #9: With two out, B3 strikes 
out, but F2 drops the ball, which re- 
bounds into B3's basepath. As B3 be- 
gins running to first, B3 accidentally 
kicks ball. RULING: B3 is not guilty of 
interference, unless in the umpire's 
judgment B3 intentionally kicked the 
ball. 2-21-1 



SITUATION #10: With two out and R3 on 
second base, B4 hits a pop fly to F6. 
While moving underneath the ball, F6 
enters R3's basepath As R3 starts to 
go around F6, the wind blovre the ball 
beyond F6. F6 backs up suddenly into 
the runner and, as a result, drops the 
ball. RULING: R3 is guilty of interfer- 
ence. F6 is entitied to an unhindered 
opportunity to field the ball. 8-4-2b 
SITUATION #1 1 : With the score tied in 
the eighth inning, both teams leave 
their benches and go onto the field to 
fight. When order is restored, the um- 
pires determine that three players on 
one team did not leave the dugout to 
participate in the fight, while all the 
players on the other team were in- 
volved. Since neither team has at least 
eight players remaining, the game can- 
not continue. Is the game officially over 
or is the game suspended? 
RULING: Anyteam that cannot finish the 



game with eight players shall forfeit. 
Since neither team could provide eight 
players to finish, the game ends in 
double forfeit with each team being 
assessed a loss. 4-4-1 



CHAMPIONSHIP DATES 

Softball 

Regionals 

May 23-28, 1994 

State Championship 

June 2-4, 1994 

Owensboro,Ky. 

Baseball 

Regionals 

May 23-28, 1994 

State Championship 

June 9-1 1,1 994 

Owensboro, Ky. 



MARCH/APRIL 1994 



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Dawahares-Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

HALL OF FAME 





Official Nomination Form 



The Dawahares-Kentucky High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame is open to anyone who has played, officiated or administered high school athletics 
at any Kentucky high school, past or present, or to anyone who has been of service to Kentucky high school athletics. (Please type all information). 



Name of Person Nominated; 



Address of Person Being Nominated (or surviving relative if deceased): 



Brerfly List Specific Accomplishments of Nominee: 



List Name of Schools Where Nomine© Involved 



Name of Individual Submitting Nomination: 



Comments On Nominee 



Signed: 



All nominations will be forwarded to the Hall of Fame Selection Committee to be appointed by the President 
of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Board of Control. 



KHSAA Hall Of Fame 

E'iflibilitY 

Eligibility for the KHSAA Hall of Fame is based 
on high school accomplishments and contribu- 
tions only. Any player who has been out of high 
school eight years, or any coach, administrator 
or official who has distinguished themselves in 
their respective field is eligible. 

Nominations 

Anyone can nominate a person for the Hall of 
Fame. Nomination deadline is April 1 . An official 
KHSAA Hall of Fame nomination must be com- 
pleted for each nominee. Additional information 
can also be submitted with the nomination form. 

Selection 

Twenty people will be inducted into the Hall of 

Fame each year. A selection committee virill meet 

the third Friday of April In Lexington to pick the 

Inductees. 



Group Demographics 

The group of 20 persons must Include at least: 

- five *senior^ inductees over the age of 60; 

- two women 
-two minorities 

-one representative from the following com- 
birrad regions: 

1-2;3-4;5^;7-8;9-10;11-12;1l-14;15-16. 

Instructions 

All information on this form must be completed 
and received by the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association before April 1. The completed nomi- 
rfation form and support materials should be sent 
to; 

Dawahares-KHSAA Hall of Fame 

2280 Executive Drive 

Lexington. KY 40505 

Once the nomination form is received by the 
KHSAA, alt actions necessary to the selection pro- 
cess shall remain confidentiat, Alt information sub- 
mitted sliall be retained by the Hall of Fame. 



Please include a limited number of newspaper 
clippings, magazine articles and other support- 
ive materials that would be helpful to the Hall of 
Fame Screening Committee. 

General Criteria 

Nominees must exemplify the highest standards 
of sportsmanship, ethical conduct and moral 
character. 

Athletes would be former student-athletes who 
are being nominated for their achievements in 
interscholastic atletlcs. Coaches would be con- 
sidered on the merits of their high school coacf)- 
ing achievemtns only and officials on the basis 
of their service as a high school official. 

ALL CANDIDATES WILL BE JUDGED 
ON THEIR SIGNIFICANT AND/OR 
LONG-TERM CONTRIBUTIONS TO 
INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETICS. 

Accomptishments at the college or profes- 
siormi level will rK>t be considered by the 
selection committee. 



MARCHIAPIUL 1994 



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Sports Notes From Around The Bluegrass 



Softball Coaches 

Sharon Tippett, President of 
the Kentucky Softball Coaches Asso- 
iciation, would like to remind all mem- 
bers that the dues deadline Is April 1, 
j1994. Dues for '94 are $10. 
j Please send your check, pay- 

able to the KSCA, to Sharon Tippett at 
Woodford County High School or Mark 
Montgomery at Lafayette High School. 

In Search of Animal Mascots 

WLEX-TV in Lexington is inter- 
ested in doing a news story on any live, 
lanimal mascots currently being used 
by any high schools in its viewing area, 
(the eastern half of the state). 

Where are they kept, who takes 
care of them and do they live in the 
ischool are questions the station would 
like to ask. 

Also, the station is interested 
in doing any stories on teachers and 
coaches whose summer plans have 
been drastically altered due to the 
make-up days from this year's winter 
weather. 

I Contact reporter David Lander 

at (606) 255-4404 if you have informa- 
tion on either of the above topics. 

Gardner Gains Praise 

Fairdale coach Lloyd Gardner 
was featured in Earl Cox's syndicated 
column last month for his efforts in 
citizenship. The follovy/ing appeared in 
a Louisville paper: 

Lloyd Gardner is much more 

\ than just the basketball coach of Lou- 

lisville Invitational Tournament cham- 
pion Fairdale. He believes in teaching 
citizenship, too. 

For instance, just before a re- 
cent game at Fairdale, two students 

' were goofing off and making loud noises 
during the playing of "The Star Spangled 

i Banner". 

■ When the anthem was fin- 
\ ished, Gardner asked the referees to 

hold up the start of the game. The 
; coach asked security to eject the stu- 
I dents. 

That was on Friday night. On 

■ fi^onday morning, the offending stu- 
dents found themselves in the office of 

: Fairdale Principal fJlarilyn Hohmann. 
They were told that they would not be 
allowed to see another Fairdale bas- 
ketball game until they apologized to 
the band director, the team and to 



Coach Gardner. 

The students did just that. 

'They aren't bad kids," said 
Hohmann. 

Said Gardner: "Somebody 
has to stand up for what 's right. They are 
better people for what they've had to 
do". 

When the anthem is played, 
the Fairdale team forms a semi-circle 
and faces the flag. Each player has his 
hand over his heart. 

GEORGIATOBEHOME 

TO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME 

By Denise Tom/USA Today 

The first National High School 
Football Hall of Fame will honor the 
millions for whom the sport was a rite 
of passage rather than the few who 
went on to play and coach profession- 
ally. 

The hall is planned for 
Valdosta, Ga., 225 miles south of At- 
lanta and home to one of the nation's 
most successful high school teams 
Valdosta High (708-141-33 since 1913) 
was USA TODAY national champion in 
1984 and 1986 and runner-up in 1982 

Tennis Alignment 

(From Page 17) 

Knott Co. Central, Knox Central, Leslie 
Co., Letcher, Middlesboro, North Lau- 
rel, Oneida Baptist, Pineville, Pulaski 
Southwestern, South Laurel, St. 
Camillus, Whitesburg 

11. ASHUVND - Bath Co., Boyd Co. 
East Carter, Hazard, Lawrence Co. 
Magoffin Co., Morgan Co., Paintsville 
Paul Blazer, Pike Co. Central 
Prestonsburg, Raceland, Rose Hill 
Rowan Co., Russell, Sheldon Clark 

12. FORT THOMAS - Beechwood, 
Bellevue, Boone Co., Campbell Co., 
Carroll Co., Conner, Dayton, Dixie 
Heights, Gallatin Co , Henry Co., High- 
lands, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd 
Memorial, Newport, Newport Central 
Catholic, Notre Dame, Ryle, St. Henry, 
Scott, Simon Kenton, Villa Madonna, 
Williamstown 

13. PARIS -Augusta. Bourbon Co.. 
Deming, Harrison Co., Mason Co., 
Montgomery Co., Nicholas Co., Paris, 
Pendleton Co., St. Patrick, Scott Co. 



and 1992. 

Groundbreaking on the 
26,000 square foot facility is sched- 
uled for spring 1995, with completion 
before the 1 986 Olympics in Atlanta in 
August. "We really want to capture the 
entire Friday night adventure," said 
Kerry Campbell, chairman of the 
Greater Valdosta Economic Growth 
Partnership. "A lot of people have played 
football at one time and made contribu- 
tions who never made it to the pros". 

The Hall, projected to cost $5- 
$7 million, vwll be paid for through spon- 
sorship packages. The 3.75 acre site 
is on the east side of Interstate 75. 

Inductees w\\\ be selected in 
conjunction with the National Federa- 
tion of State High School Associations, 
one or more of the high school football 
coaches associations and national 
media. 

Delegate Assembly 

(From Page 5) 

a nine-hour certification course to in- 
clude the NFICEP program, KHSAA 
rules, and local school district policies. 

(2) All Level II and III coaches 
and newly hired Level I coaches hired 
for the first time in a district shall com- 
plete ail course requirements within 
one year or prior to the next competitive 
season. Course includes an open 
book test that will be graded and regis- 
tered with the American Coaching Ef- 
fectiveness Program, an affiliate of the 
National Federation. 

(3) All public and private mem- 
ber schools of the KHSAA shall pay the 
necessary expenses for any Level I or 
Level II coach to attend the certification 
program. 

RATIONALE: To meet the Commis- 
sion on Interscholastic Athletics rec- 
ommendation under Accountability 
Enforcement Section 18, Part B and to 
address the Issue of the lacking of 
training existing v/ith Level 2 coaches, 
and newly hired Level I coaches. 

Ken Stuempel moved, sec- 
onded by Jim Reuther, that Proposal III 
be adopted. The motion passed by a 
vote of 48-3. 

There being no further busi- 
ness to come before the Delegate As- 
sembly, Ken Stuempel moved for ad- 
journment Terry Keller seconded, 
motion passed. The meeting was 
adjourned at 11:15 a.m. 



MARCH/APRIL 1994 



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FRANKUN-SIMPSON 

Oct. 7, 1994 


SCOTT COUNTY 

Aug. 26, 1994 




BARRENCOUNTY 


Contact Walter Heath 


Sept. 16, 1994 


Sept. 9, 1994 


(502) 586-3273 


Contact McConnaughhay 


Contact Bobby Steenbergen 




(502) 863-3663 


(502)651-6552 


HARRODSBURG 






Sept. 2, 1994 


SOUTH POINT, Ohio (near Ashland) 


BEECHWOOD 


Sept. 23, 1994 


(700 students) 


Aug. 26, 1994 


Contact Alvis Johnson 


Sept. 9 


Contact Bob Burnett 


(606) 734-8420 (W) 


Contact Rick Huckaby 


(606)331-1220 


(606) 734-41 66(H) 


(614)377-4323 


BEN DAVIS, Ind. (5A) 


HAYSI, Va. (Class A) 


SHERIDAN, Ind. (350 students) 


Sept. 15, 1995(A) 


(13milesfrom ElkhomCity) 


25 miles N Indianapolis 


Sept. 20, 1996(H) 


Sept. 2, 1994 


Oct. 14, 1994 


Oct. 11, 1996(H) 


Sept. 16, 1994 


Contact Larry Wright 


Oct. 10, 1997(A) 


Contact James Calley 


(317)758-4431 


Contact Bob Britt, A. D. 


(703)865-5126 




(317)244-5852 




TOLSIA, W.V. 




LAFAYbME 


Scrimmage Needed 


BRYAN STATION 


Aug. 26, 1994 


Aug. 19-20, 1994 


Sept. 9, 1994 


Sept. 2, 1994 


Contact Terry Porter 


Oct. 21, 1994 


Contact Terry Clark 


(304)648-7015 


Contact Dan Cassity 


(606)281-0306 




(606)299-1904 




WEST CARTER 




MADISON CENTRAL 


Oct. 7, 1994 


CAWOOD 


Sept. 16, 1994 (Home) 


Contact Terry Osborne 


Sept. 23, 1994 


Contact Bill Cronin 


(606) 286-2481 


Contact Tim Saylor 


(606) 624-4505 




(606) 573-5029 or 




WILLIAMSBURG 


(606) 573-5279 


MONROE COUNTY 


Sept. 2, 1994 




Sept. 2. 1994 


Contact Jerry Hodges 


CHATARD, Ind. 


Contact Sam Clark, AD. 


(606) 549-6046 


Sept. 23/24, 1994 


(502)487-6217 




Contact Jim Zeller 




WOODFORD COUNTY 


(317)254-5437 


MURRAY 


Sept. 30, 1994 




Oct. 14, 1994 


Contact Steve Barnett 


CHRIS71ANCOUNTY 


Contact David Carr 


(606) 873-5434 (W) 


Oct. 21, 1994 (Away) 


(502) 753-5202 


(606) 873-8459 (H) 


Contact Dan Gobel/Witton Gant 
(502) 887-1100 or 








NICHOLAS COUNTY 


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Sept. 2, 1994 
Oct. 7, 1994(H) 
Contact Ron Baker 


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Oct. 21, 1994 


(606) 289-3780 


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(606)744-6111 


PADUCAHTILGHMAN 

Sept. 9/10, 1994 






DAYTON 


Contact Steve Johnston, AD. 


Mi ^1 « 




Sept. 2, 1994(H) 


(502) 444-5650 


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Cotact Stan Steidel 
(606)261-4357 

FLEMING COUNTY 

Sept. 16, 1994 


PIKECOUNTYCENTRAL 

Sept. 2, 1994 
Contact Bill Dixon 


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Contact Ted Purcell 








(606) 845-6601 or 


RVTE 

Oct. 28, 1994 
Contact Charles Holland 
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FRANKUN COUNTY 


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eremy Simpson, Kentucky's Mr. Foot- 




Sept. 9, 1 994 


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Contact Don Sturgin/Tom Roberts 
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(502) 695-6740 


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1994 



Board Selects Lexington 

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KHSAA Staff 

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The Games End But 
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Heading the KHSAA Court of Support 
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native and current ESt>N basketball analyst. 
Conley was an all-state basketball player at 
Ashland High School and led the Tomcats to 
the 1961 KHSAA Sweet Sixteen 
Championship. He later starred at the 
University of Kentucky and was a member of 
the famed Rupp's Runts squad which finished 
as NCAA Runners-up in 1966. 

He still maintains close ties to his eastern 
Kentucky roots, serving on the board of the 
Citizens National Bank in Paintsville. 

Billy Wise, Commissioner of the KHSAA, 
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players I ever saw. He truly was a great player 
and now is one of the finest sportscasters in the 



country. We are so very pleased to have him 
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Conley also hails from a prominent 
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LEXINGTON, Ky. - The Boys" Sweet Sixtee? 
Tournament will finish out the 20th Century in Lexington's 
Arena, the Kentucky High School Athletic Association's Board of 
Control decided at its annual spring meeting held April 21-22 at 
the KHSAA headquarters. The tournament, which is already 
under contract to be held next March in Lexington, will remain at 
Rupp Arena from 1996 through 1999. 

Representatives of both cities, including officials of 
each convention and visitor's bureau and both Rupp Arena and 
the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center, were on hand to present 
their proposals to the 12-member governing body of high school 
athletics. 

The tournament had been rotating between Lexington 
and Louisville since 1988, but due to a 33 percent decline in 
attendance at Freedom Hall, the Board, in a vote of 10-2, decided 
to award the tournament to Lexington. Voting against the motion 
were Louisville principals Kathy Hopper of Waggener and James 
Sexton of Eastern. 

The KHSAA finished nearly $260,000 short of its budget 
for ticket sales at the recently completed state touranment in 
Louisville The Association had budgeted $960,000 for the '94 
tournament, but even the efforts of Louisville mayor Jerry Abramson 
and his Greater Louisville Sports Association failed to produce 
ticket sales. 

The tournament drew just 79,616 in paid attendance, 
well under the disastrous 86,962 in 1992, which was also in 
Louisville. In comparison, Lexington saw a paid attendance of 
115,720 in 1993 and 120,347 in 1991. The tournament was last 
held on a consecutive-year basis from 1981-87 at Rupp Arena. 
And the Boys' Sweet Sixteen saw its greatest success in Rupp 
Arena in 1 987, when a total attendance of 1 40,266 came through 
the turnstiles. 

Commissioner Search 

Board President Ray Story also announced at the 
meeting that he had received 12 applications for the 
commissioner's job with one person withdrawing his applica- 
tion, leaving 11. The Board wflll announce sometime around the 
first of May the finalists it plans on interviewing next month Story 
said the Board hopes to announce the new commissioner by 
June 1, 1994. 

Other Highlights 

The Board also approved Franklin-Simpson's request 

(please see, Strategic, Page 8) 



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Board asks staff to survey 
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Award Winners 

Results of this year's Sweet 
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Spring Sports Sites 

Baseball, Softball, Tennis and 
Track announce sites and 
managers for '94 postseason 
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Camps, seminars and sport 
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Bryan Station's Antonio Smith 
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Staff To Survey Schools On New Sports 



MINUTES 



MARCH 17, 1994 

The Board of Control of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Asso- 
ciation met at the Ramada Inn in Bowl- 
ing Green, Ky. on Thursday, March 17, 
1994. The meeting was called to order 
at 8: 10 am by President Ray Story with 
all Board members present except Ken 
Cox. Also present were Commissioner 
Billy Wise, Assistant Commissioners 
Louis Stout, Brigid DeVries and Larry 
Boucher, Business Affairs Manager 
Julian Tackett and Board Attorney Danny 
Reeves Gary Faulkner was present 
from the State Department of Educa- 
tion, Bob Rogers gave the Invocation. 

President Story introduced Mr. 
Darrell Treece, Principal of Henry 
County High School, the newly elected 
Board member who will represent 
Regions 7 and 8 

Frank Welch made a motion 
to approve the minutes of the January 
23-24, 1994 Board meeting. Cookie 
Henson seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

After amending the minutes 
of the Feb. 24, 1994 meeting to read 
that Randy Kimbrough and Gary 
Faulkner from the State Department of 
Education were in attendance, Stan 
Steidel made a motion to approve the 
minutes of said meeting. Claudia Hicks 
seconded the motion, which passed 
unanimously. 

Ozz Jackson made a motion 
to approve the bills of the Association 
for the period beginning Jan. 1 and 
ending Feb. 28, 1994 Frank Welch 
seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. A discussion then en- 
sued regarding the 1993-94 Working 
Budget as of Feb. 28, 1994. Following 
questions regarding brick sales, an- 
ticipated interest receipts and Dr 
Hornback's contract, Jackson made a 
motion to accept the Budget update. 
Grant Talbott seconded the motion 
which passed. 

President Story called on 
Commissioner Wise to discuss the 
next item on the Agenda - an amend- 
mentto the KHSAA Constitution brought 
about by a recommendation of the State 
Department of Education's Task Force 
on Interscholastic Athletics. The new 
amendment, 702 KAR 7:065, sets forth 
the designation of an agent to manage 



high school interscholastic athletics. 
Following comments by the Board 
members, staff, Faulkner and Reeves, 
Frank Cardwell made a motion that the 
Board send a referendum to the mem- 
ber schools for approval of the KHSAA 
Constitution amendment which in ef- 
fect v^ll allow the KHSAA to continue as 
the designated agent to manage inter- 
scholastic athletics. Frank Welch sec- 
onded the motion. Rogers then moved 
to amend the original motion to wait 
until after the May 4 meeting of the 
SBESE to send the referendum to the 
schools Kathy Hopper seconded the 
motion to amend. Themotion to amend 
passed 8-2 with 1 abstention The 
original motion then passed as 
amended by a vote of 8-2 with 1 absten- 
tion. 

President Story called on 
Commissioner Wise to relate the situ- 
ation concerning representatives from 
Brown School appearing before the 
Board to answer questions regarding 
violations of the State Swimming Meet 
regulations Present for the heanng 
were Principal Lennie Hay, Ath Dir. 
Sharon Leezer and Swimming Coach 
Lauri Wade Following Ms. Hay's pre- 
sentation and questions to the group 
from the Board, Hopper made a mo- 
tion, seconded by James Sexton, that 
since corrective action was taken by 
Brown School, nofurtheraction betaken 
by the Board against Brown The mo- 
tion passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Wise then 
advised the Board members of an item 
of concern expressed by the Task Force 
- the sponsorship of new sports of- 
fered by the National Federation and 
the continuance of existing sports. The 
proposed policy was then discussed 
as recommended by the Commis- 
sioner: 

1) SANCTIONING A SPORT - The 
KHSAA shall sanction any sports offer- 
ing for which the National Federation 
adopts a rules code, or approves a 
code written by an outside entity. Such 
sanctioning shall allow students to 
participate in these sports as long as 
they are compliant v^h all applicable 
KHSAA bylavre regarding student eligi- 
bility. 

2) SPONSORING A CHAMPIONSHIP - 
The KHSAA shall sponsor a champi- 
onship in a new sport offering for which 
a championship is not currentiy being 



held if a survey of the membership 
yields a twenty percent (20%) favorable 
response of the total number of mem- 
ber schools. In order to continue an 
existing offering, fifteen percent (15%) ! 
of the membership must field a team 
(or group of individuals as applicable) 
and desire to participate in postseason 
championships. 

3) METHOD OF DETERMINING INTER- 
EST - The KHSAA shall survey Its mem- 
bership during the 1 993-94 school year, 
and every three years thereafter to 
measure desire for a new offering. The 
KHSAA Limitation of Seasons shall not 
address a specific sport unless and 
until it meets the desired participation 
threshold to allow for the maximum 
opportunity to expose the sport to 
growth. 

Steidel made a motion, sec- 
onded by Hicks, that the staff send a 
survey to schools regarding the above 
recommendation. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

A discussion of the Hall of 
Fame Selection Criteria and Proce- 
dure was the next item on the Agenda. 
The recommended criteria is as fol- 
lows: 

1) Limit the number of induct- 
ees to 18 for 1995, then reduce the 
number of inductees by one each year 
thereafter until the maximum number 
of 12 is reached; 

2) One nominee from each 
section and 14 at-large nominees may 
be inducted: 

3) Five inductees must be ei- 
ther deceased or 65 years of age or 
older; 

4) Active coaches must be 60 
years of age or older; inactive coaches 
under the age of 60 must have been 
inactive for three years to qualify; 

5) Players/participants must 
be out of high school 10 years. 

Cardwell made a motion to 
accept the Commissioner's recom- 
mendation. Hicks seconded the mo- 
tion which passed unanimously. 

President Story called for a 
recess until 8:00 a.m. CT on Friday, 
March 18. The meeting was recessed 
at noon. i 

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18. Those present at the meeting were 
the same as on Thursday 

Bus. Affairs Tackett discussed 
with the Board responses to a survey 
which was mailed to all member 
schools regarding insurance coverage 
for all athletes. Following the Board's 
discussion of their concerns, Presi- 
dent Story made a motion that staff 
bring a proposal to the April meeting 
which will insure that athletes are cov- 
ered by insurance up to the catastrophic 
deductible, and that counsel be con- 
sulted for proper wording of such. 
Talbott seconded the motion which 
passed 9-2 

The following Basketball 
Ticket Sales Report was then given: 
boys' ticket sales through this date - 
$423,000; girls ticket sales -- 
$33,000 00 The sale of tickets to the 
boys' tournament is down $140,000 
from the same penod in 1993 

Commissioner Wise an- 
nounced the results of the recent elec- 
tion for new Board of Control mem- 
bers 
Regions 5 & 6: 

Tasso Harris, Valley - 1 5 votes 

Ken Frick, Butler - 13 votes 
Regions 7 & 8: 

Darrell Treece, Henry County 
- 14 votes 

James Sexton, Eastern - 12 
votes 

George Unseld, Jefferson 
County Schools - 7 votes 

Commissioner Wise advised 
the Board that he received a letter of 
protest from Sexton challenging the 
validity of the election in Regions 7 & 8 
Following a lengthy discussion on the 
matter. President Story called for a 
special meeting to be held on Wednes- 
day, March 23rd at 9 am for the pur- 
pose of a Due Process Hearing and 
asked that the Commissioner distrib- 
ute all correspondence and other ma- 
terials pertaining to the case to the 
Board members as soon as possible 
for their review 

Asst Comm Boucher dis- 
cussed the criteria for the Board of 
Control Training Program Following a 
discussion of the outiine prepared by 
Boucher and Hopper, President Story 
directed them to obtain financial costs 
involved and bnng a report back to the 
April Meeting. 

President Story announced 
times for the following committee meet- 
ings: Executive Committee - Thursday, 
March 24, 9:00 a.m.; All-Sports Com- 




Pholo by Tim Porco 

Coach Tony Hopper applaudes as his Muhlenberg North squad battles Fairdale 
in the semifinals. Final paid attendance figures totaled just less than 80,000 
fans this year in Louisville, a $260,000 budget shortfall. 



mittee - Friday, March 25, 9:00 am; 
Basketball Committee - Friday, March 
25, 10:00 am 

Commissioner Wise pre- 
sented a request from Vesper Single- 
ton asking that the Board waive the 
requirement of counting the Mountain 
Basketball Classic Tournament as a 
game against the maximum number of 
games Grant Talbott made a motion, 
seconded by Frank Cardwell that 
Singleton's request be denied The 
motion passed 9-2 

Following a discussion of 
scheduling the Regional Wrestling 
Tournament, President Story assigned 
this matter to the All-Sports Commit- 
tee 

Commissioner Wise asked 
the Board to reschedule their election 
of officers for 1994-95 from the July 
meeting to the Apnl meeting. His re- 
quest is based on the fact that outgoing 
Board members could be recognized 
at the April meeting and would not be 
required to attend the July meeting 
since their terms end prior to that meet- 
ing. 

The next regular meeting of 
the Board shall be held on Thursday, 
April 21, 1994, at the Association Head- 
quarters. 

Miscellaneous items dis- 
cussed dealt with an update on legal 
cases, realignment of soccer districts, 
information on the giris' basketball tour- 
nament activities. Hall of Fame nomi- 



nees and the effect of longer school 
terms on summer sports programs 
due to the weather Following a dis- 
cussion on the latter, Steidel made a 
motion that due to the weather emer- 
gency, the Board waive Bylaw 25 and 
allow schools to use the last day of 
school on the original calendar for ath- 
letes who wished to participate in bas- 
ketball and football summer programs. 
Talbott seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Wise advised 
the Board that inquiries were being 
made to rent the Hall of Fame Museum 
area for various activities. The Board 
directed him to proceed with negotia- 
tions. 

It was announced that the 
National Federation Summer Meeting 
will be held in Palm Springs, Calif. 
Boucher has been asked to speak at 
one of the workshops President Story 
requested that a plan for future admin- 
istrative travel be submitted to the 
Board for consideration. 

President Story made a mo- 
tion to extend Dr. Ray Hornback's con- 
tract through April 1994 due to the fact 
he was ill in January and did not submit 
a voucher. Talbott seconded the mo- 
tion which passed 10-1. 

There being no further busi- 
ness to come before the Board, Welch 
made a motion to adjourn. Henson 
seconded the motion which passed. 
The meeting adjourned at 11 a.m. 



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Board Of Control Member Appeals Election 



MINUTES 



MARCH 23, 1994 

The Kentucky High School Ath- 
letic Association's Board of Control met 
in Special Session on Wednesday, 
March 23, 1994 at the Executive Inn in 
Louisville All Board members, with 
the exception of Ken Cox, were present. 
Commissioner Billy Wise, Exec. Asst. 
Commissioner Louis Stout, Asst. 
Comm Brigid DeVries and Larry 
Boucher, Bus. Affairs Mgr. Julian 
Tackett, Board Attorney Danny Reeves, 
Mike Luscher, representing the State 
Department of Education, newty elected 
Board member Darrell Treece and 
George Unseld were also in atten- 
dance 

President Ray Story called the 
meeting to order at 9:10 am. 

The meeting was called for 
the purpose of hearing an appeal from 
James Sexton concerning the recent 
election to fill the impending vacancy In 
Regions 7 & 8 

Following brief introductory 
remarks, President Story called on Sex- 
ton to explain his appeal and offer any 
evidence he wished to have the Board 
consider Sexton distributed a sheet 



outiining the points of his appeal and 
addressed the two issues presented 
for the Board's consideration: 1) 
whether the recent election should be 
set aside because the ballot distrib- 
uted for voting contained an ineligible 
candidate; and 2) whether the 
Commissioner's ruling was errone- 
ous regarding his March 16, 1994 letter 
to Sexton holding both Sexton and 
Unseld to have been improperly in- 
cluded on the ballot. 

Following Sexton's presenta- 
tion, Story called on Treece and Unseld 
for their comments Commissioner 
Wise then advised the Board of the 
events preceding the distribution of 
ballots to Board Appointed Represen- 
tatives in Regions 7 & 8. 

Following comments and 
questions to Sexton by the Board and 
Reeves, Claudia Hicks made a motion 
to go into Closed Session to discuss 
the case. Cookie Henson seconded 
the motion, which passed. Follov^ng a 
lengthy discussion, Claudia Hicks 
made a motion to uphold the 
Commissioner's ruling that George 
Unseld and James Sexton were invalid 
(ineligible) candidates under the 
KHSAA Constitution. Bob Rogers sec- 



Strategic Plan Approved 



(From Page 3) 

to move from District 14 to Distnct 13 in 
baseball and basketball The move will 
eliminate a three-team district in bas- 
ketball, District 13, consisting of 
Muhlenberg North, Muhlenberg South 
and Butier County. 

Also, the Board elected Frank 
Cardwell, principal at Franklin-Simpson 
High School, as its president for the 
1994-95 school year and Arthur "Ozz" 
Jackson, athletic director at Whitesburg 
High School, as its vice president for 
next year. Cardwell, who will be serving 
the last year on his four-year term, 
served as vice president this year. The 
two will take over in their elected capac- 
ity at the July meeting. 

The Board approved a Strate- 
gic Plan for the 1994-95 school year 
which v/ill be sent to the State Board for 
Elementary and Secondary Education 
for final approval. Four objective's con- 
stitute the plan and they are as follows: 



Objective 1 - Continue to edu- 
cate schools as to rules and practical 
means of enforcement to ensure self 
regulation by membership and the in- 
tegrity of the organization. 

Objective 2 - Continue educa- 
tion effort among corporate community 
and general public as to need for self 
governance by membership and aware- 
ness of the Association's operations, 
functions and activities. 

Objective 3 - Continue devel- 
opment of Policy and Procedure Docu- 
mentation. 

Objective 4 - Evaluate budget 
on incremental basis to monitor cost 
containment as well as identification of 
alternative revenues. 

The Board also approved a 
plan to be submitted to the SBESE that 
would add further requirements to By- 
law 28 which would make it mandatory 
for all student-athletes in the state of 
Kentucky to have current medical insur- 
ance prior to participation in athletics. 



onded the motion, which passed witi 
10 members voting in favor of the mo 
tion and 1 absent (James Sexton). Nexl 
Ozz Jackson made a motion that, a! 
though there were invalid (ineligible 
candidates on the ballot, the Boan 
should certify the election because thi 
one remaining valid candidate did re 
ceive a sufficient number of votes ti 
become elected to the position. Stai 
Steidel seconded the motion whicl 
passed by a vote of 9 in favor, 1 op 
posed and 1 absent (James Sexton] 
Grant Talbott moved to return to Opei 
Session. Claudia Hicks seconded th 
motion which passed unanimously 
Upon returning to Open Session, Boar 
Attorney Reeves advised Sexton of th 
Board's decisions. 

Mr Story then announced the 
the Executive Committee will meet at 
am. on Thursday, March 24, the Bas 
ketball Committee at 8:30 a.m. on Fr 
day, March 25, and the All-Sports Com 
mittee at 9 a.m. on Friday, the 25tt' 
There being no further business ti 
come before the Board, Jackson movei 
for adjournment Henson secondei 
the motion which passed unanimously 
The meeting was adjourned at 10:31 
am 



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To All Basketball Coaches 

Rule 1-10, Section 11 
Each basket ring shall be securely 
attached to the backboard support 
system with a ring-restraining de- 
vice. Such a device will ensure that 
the basket stays attached even in 
the event that a glass backboard 
breaks 



Why? 

A high school student-athlete in 
the U.S. this year was nearly cut to 
the bone when a backboard not 
equipped with a ring-restraining 
device shattered, and the rim came 
crashing down. 

Where To Order 

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to install and can be ordered by 
calling Basketball Products Inter- 
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A Salute To Academic Showcase Champions 



The Kentucky High School Ath- 
letic Association again salutes the win- 
ners of the 1994 Sweet Sixteen Aca- 
demic Showcase held In March at 
Transylvania University in Lexington. 

Students from 92 high 
schools competed for a total of $48,250 
in scholarships. To get to the finals, 
students had to place in the top four in 
regional competitions. Nearly 1,000 
students took part in the regionals 

Congressman and former 
Lexington Mayor Scotty Baesler 
founded the Sweet Sixteen Academic 
Showcase in 1985 as a way to honor 
the intellectual and artistic achieve- 
ments of students. First-place students 
win scholarships worth $2,000 at any 
Kentucky college, university or post- 
secondary school Second-place stu- 
dents get $1,200 scholarships and 
third-place, $850 scholarships. 

Since the program began, 
more than $570,000 in scholarships 
has been awarded. 

The following is a list of the 
1994 winners 

English (Creative Writing) 

1 Dana Ward, Campbell Co 

2 Laurie Bay, Hazard 

3. Ashley Taylor, Somerset 



English (Essay) 

1 John Watt, Monroe Co. 

2 Charlotte Chui, Paul Dunbar 
3. Amanda Baldwin, Rowan Co. 

Journalism (Feature Writing) 

1. Elizabeth Newsberry, Paul Dunbar 

2 Erin Childress, duPont Manual 

3 Melissa Howard, Lee Co. 

Chess 

1 John Foster, Crittenden Co. 

2. Tom Fulda, duPont Manual 

3. Jed Whitehouse, Jeffersontown 

Music (Instrumental) 

1 Yee-Min Lin, Apollo 

2 Betsy Tao, Ballard 

3. Matthew Lewis, Scott Co. 

Music (Vocal) 

1 Yolanda Gore, Scott Co. 

2. Angela Grimaldi, Sacred Heart 

3. Craig Dickerson, Livingston 
Central 

Art (Two-Dimensional) 

1 Shandon Melvin, Boyd Co 

2. Jennifer Meyers, duPont Manual 

3. Greshen Jones, Monroe Co 




Art (Three-Dimensional) 

1 Garland Lester II, Todd Co. 
Central 

2, Matt Ronay, duPont Manual 

3. Amy Alexander, Muhlenberg North 

Speech 

1. Melissa Barlow, Montgomery Co. 

2 Amy Forman, Rowan Co. 
3. Tamara Sewell, Waggener 

Computer 

1 Central - Nathan Anderson, Ty 
Anderson, Randall Million, Mike 
Meagle 

2. duPont Manual - Robert Cole, Erin 
Jan, James Key, Chris Waller 

3 Paul Blazer - Ryan Grace, Karl 
Hammonds, Chris Morgan, 
Hareendra Yalamanchili 



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The Game's Over, But The Lessons Last Forever 



ByPAMSPAULDING 

This article originally ap- 
peared in the Couher-Joumal. Author 
Pam Spaulding wrote this column as 
part of the paper's "First Person" fea- 
ture 

"We lost. It's over." The words 
echoed in my head, but I just leaned 
back against the bleacher seats, numb 

It was a very long time before 
the team started coming out of the 
dressing room From across the gym, 
I saw my daughter's agonized expres- 
sion as she sobbed between breaths 
We had our arms around each other 
before I realized I had gone to her: this 
5-10 child of mine who has to lean over 
to put her head on my shoulder. 

A father of a freshman on the 
team came up 
to my daughter 
and told her 
with warmth 
that he would 
always remem- 
ber her. A kind 
remark that un- 
derscored the 
finality of it all 

She 
and I, holding 

hands, started walking past other 
stunned parents still sitting in the 
stands, still waiting for their girls. The 
mother of one of the best players on the 
team called out, "Alicia Nice season." 

It wasn't supposed to end this 
way For the entire season, the duPont 
Manual High School girl's basketball 
team was ranked between first and 
fourth in the state. There were realistic 
dreams of making it to the Sweet Six- 
teen, to the Final Four It wasn't be- 
cause of my daughter that the team 
was ranked so highly, but the coach 
relied on her for strong defense and 
she was an integral part of the team 

Only now, instead of heading 
to the tournament, we had lost twice in 
a row. Male beat us in the first district 
competition by one point, in an intense 
emotonal, hard-fought game. Now, the 
very next night, Mercy Academy had just 
upset Manual by two points. 

Which meant it was the last 
high school game my daughter would 
ever play. 

For four years, she practiced 



We were almost home when she said, 

"It's not basketball that I'm going to miss. 

It's my friends on the team. " 

I reached for her hand and the tears started again. 



Pam Spaulding is 
a staff photogra- 
pher with the 
Courier-Journal. 
Besides 17-year- 
old Alicia Crouch, 
she has a 
younger daughter, 
Lauren, 14. 



three to six days a week. All year long, 
not just during basketball season Over 
four summers, she went to something 
like 15 weeklong basketball camps 

I grew to admire how well she 
used her time Most days I came to get 
her from basketball practice at 5:30 
p.m If practice was over at 5:25, 1 would 
find her sitting on the gym floor working 
on a math problem. If I stopped for gas 
on the way home, she had her books 
out, working Discipline. That's what a 
sport teaches 

Sometimes those practices 
were like "boot camp." I could never 
have made her work that hard. There 
were the dreaded "suicides," a pattern 
of running back and forth on the floor 
that left the girls gasping for breath, 
their hair and clothes soaked with 
sweat They lifted weights They re- 
peated boring drills. No one was al- 
lowed to sit during practice, iv'uver once 
did my daughter say she didn't want to 
go. Amazing, since I hear lots of com- 
plaining about washing dishes and 
other household chores 

There were times during a 
game, in front of hundreds of people 
when the coach would scream at my 
daughter about some error she had 
committed, and I would be sitting in the 
stands thinking, "He can't say this to 
me. I'll just quit I don't have to take this 
abuse." 

But I wonder. Maybe my 
daughter has learned what I have never 
learned: Criticism from a coach or a 
boss is not to be taken personally. She 
never talked back She never rolled her 
eyes in disrespect. She never slammed 
a door while he was talking. Maybe the 
times the coach told her she was ter- 
rific balanced the equation. 

It's hard for kids today to have 
real responsibility The kind of respon- 
sibility farm kids have when the work 
they do contributes directiy to the wel- 
fare of the family, whether it's feeding 
the calves or planting the corn. There 
isn't a kid out there who really believes 
the family unit will be threatened if they 
forget to take out the trash. 

When my daughter stood 



alone on the free-throw line, she felt the 
weight of the team counting on her. 

My daughter knov^re how it feels 
to be strong, how it feels to fight for a 
rebound against other strong bodies. 
Once during a locker-room halftime 
pep talk, the coach nominated my 
daughter for the ugliest knees category. 
They were black and blue and greenish 
yellow from scrambling on the floor 
after loose balls. 

I wonder what It means to my 
daughter that the games are the one 
place she has her divorced parents 
together 

What does it mean to her to 
know that the coach makes mistakes, 
and some referees are more fair than 
others'' 

What does it mean to herwhen 
that girl who made the basket acknowl- 
edges an assist with a joyful low-five as 
they race back down the court? Has 
she learned that the sun does shine 
after the darkness of disappointment? 

There is beauty in the struc- 
ture of the game, in the smooth execu- 
tion of a play, but the richness comes 
from the bonding of diverse girls to a 
shared commitment, the inside jokes, 
the teaching of new songs on the road 
to an away game, the eternal struggle 
to tolerate each other's idiosyncrasies. 

On the long drive home after 
the Mercy game, my daughter and I 
cried together and we cried separately. 
And neither of us is the sort of person 
who cries often. 

I was surprised how much the 
loss hurt. It's just a silly game. 

We were almost home when 
she said, "It's not basketball that I'm 
going to miss. It's my friends on the 
team " I reached for her hand and the 
tears started again. 

But this time, my tears were 
from pride. Pride that she understood 
everything. 

Copyright 1994 

by the Courier-Journal. 

Reprinted with permission. 



AMYIJUNE 1994 



Don Lane's 
Transylvania 
Basketball Camp 

A camp with an outstanding reputation 
for combining hard work and enjoyment 



Tentative 1994 Camp Schedule 

• June 13-17 Boys ages 9-14 

• June 20-24 Girls ages 9-18 

• Juno 27 Ju l y 1 B oyo agoo 13 18 Closed 

• July 6-8 Boys & Girls age 7-12 

• July 11-15 Boys ages 13-18 

• Ju l y 18 22 B oyo agoo 1 4 Closed 

• Ju l y 25 20 G i r l o agoo 18 Closed 

Coach Don Lane and his staff provide one of the most 
effective and prestigious basketball camps in America 
today. Boys and girls betw^een ages 7 and 18 spend a 
week on the Transylvania University campus in beautiful 
Lexington, Kentucky, where they work and learn under 
the guidance of outstanding coaches and teachers. 
Resident campers live and eat in university dorms. Day 
campers have their midday and evening meals on 
campus, but spend the night at home. Half-day sessions 
are provided for younger players. 




Noteable Facts and Highlights from Previous Camps 

• 1993 campers Included numerous sons and daughters of junior high, high school, 
college, and pro coaches. 

• Over 2,300 campers from throughout the U.S. attended during 1993; over 300 
Kentucky schools represented. 

• Each overnight session In 1993 enrolled at least 25 teams of 10 or more campers. 

• 8:1 camper-staff ratio. 

• Guided by outstanding staff of high school and college coaches. 

• Several boys' and girls' state tournament teams, Including seven state champions have attended in 
the last 10 years. During the last 10 years, every state in the Union and 10 foreign countnes have 
been represented. 

Write Coach Don Lane For A FREE Brochure 

Transylvania Basketball Camp 

Transylvania University 

Lexington, Kentucky 40508 

Call (606) 233-8270 



12 I ATHLETE 



1994 Baseball District/Regional Managers 



DISTRICTS 

DISTRICT 1: Lone Oak, 225 College 
Avenue, Paducah 42001-5691; Mgr.: 
Albert Norris, AD 

DISTRICT 2: Ballard Memorial, Route 
1, Barlow 42024-9801; Mgr.: B.B. 
Kendrick, AD. 

DISTRICT 3: Fulton City, Route 3, Box 
1, Fulton 42041-8201; Mgr.: Ward 
Bushart, A.D. 

DISTRICT 4: Mayfield, /OODouthttt St., 
Mayfield 42066-2860; Mgr.: Roger 
Fields, AD 

DISTRICT 5: Ft. Campbell H.S., Ohio 
Ave. & Falcon Loop, Ft Campbell 
42223; Mgr.: Marshall Patterson, A.D. 

DISTRICT 6: Caldwell Co., 350 Beckner 
Lane, Princeton 42445; Mgr.: William 
Fralick, A.D 

DISTRICT 7: Mad.-North Hopkins, 451 5 
Hanson Rd., Madisonville 42431; Mgr.: 
Teresa Ashby, A.D 

DISTRICT 8: Henderson Co., 2424 
Zion Rd , Henderson 42420 , Mgr: 
Jerry Mezur, A.D 

DISTRICT 9: Daviess Co , 4255 New 
Hartford Rd., Owensboro 42303; Mgr.: 
Bobby Majors, A.D. 

DISTRICT 10: Muhlenberg N., 501 Hwy 
189 Bypass, Greenville 42345; Mgr.: 
Jim Price, A.D. 

DISTRICT 11: Hancock Co, RR 1, 
Lewisport 42351-9803; Mgr.: 
H.D.Cowden, A.D. 



DISTRICT 12: Ohio Co. 
Hartford 42347-1871 
Russell, A.D. 



1400 S. Main, 
Mgr.: Jake 



DISTRICT 13: Logan Co., 2200 Bowl- 
ing Green Rd., Russellville 42276; Mgr: 
Hugh McReynolds, A.D. 

DISTRICT 14: Franklin-Simpson, P.O. 
Box 389, Franklin 42134-0389, Mgr.: 
Walt Heath, A.D. 

DISTRICT 15: Barren Co., 507 Trojan 
Trail Rd, Glasgow 42141; Mgr.: Bobby 
Steenbergen, A.D. 



DISTRICT 16: Cumberland Co.., 
P.O.Box 380, Burkesville 42717; Mgr.: 
David Wells, A.D. 

DISTRICT 17: Meade Co., Old State 
Road, Brandenburg 40108; Mgr.: V.K. 
Wilson/J. DeVries, A.D. 

DISTRICT 18: Green Co., P.O.Box227, 
Greensburg 42743; Mgr.: A.D. 

DISTRICT 19: Bethlehem, 309 W. 
Stephen Foster Ave., Bardstown 40004 
Mgr.: Bev Hart, A.D 

DISTRICT 20: Marion Co , 735 E. Main 
St , Lebanon 40033-9803; Mgr.: Charlie 
Lampley, Baseball Coach 

DISTRICT 21: Shawnee, 4018 W. Mar- 
ket St., Louisville 40212; Mgr.: William 
Green, A.D. 

DISTRICT 22: Holy Cross, 5144 Dixie 
Hwy, Louisville 40216; Mgr.: Betty 
Dwyer, A.D. 

DISTRICT 23: Doss, 7601 Saint 
Andrews Church Rd., Louisville 40216, 
Mgr , Leon Mudd, AD. 

DISTRICT 24: DeSales, 425 Kenwood 
Dr , Louisville 40214; Mgr.: Rex 
Robinson, A.D. 

DISTRICT 25 St. Xavier, 1609 Poplar 
Level Road, Louisville 40217; Mgr.: 
Jerry Mayes, A.D. 

DISTRICT 26: Seneca, 3510 Goldsmith 
Lane, Louisville 40220; Mgr.: Darrell 
Fox, A.D. 

DISTRICT 27: Jeffersontown, 9600 Old 
Six Mile Lane, Jeffersontown 40299; 
Mgr: Bob Morehead, A.D. 

DISTRICT 28: Ballard, 6000 
Brownsboro Rd., Louisville 40222; Mgr.: 
Jim Reuther, A.D. 

DISTRICT 29: Bullitt East, P.O.Box 69, 
Mt. Washington 40047-0069; Mgr: Ed 
Bentley, A.D. 

DISTRICT 30: Anderson Co., 750 W. 
Broadway St.,L awrenceburg 40342; 
Mgr.: Anthony Hatchell, A.D. 



BASEBALL POSTSEASON 



District 
Region 
Sectionals 
Final Four 



May 16-20 
May 23-27 
May 30-3 
June 9-10 



DISTRICT 31: Oldham Co., P.O.Box 
187,Buckner40010-0187;Mgr.:Talbott 
Allen, A.D. 

DISTRICT 32: Owen Co., 2060 Hvyy 22 
E., Owenton 40359-9804; Mgr.: Gran 
Mefford,A.D. 

DISTRICT 33: Lloyd Memorial, 450 
Bartlett Ave., Erlanger41018; Mgr: J.T. 
Mulligan, A.D. 

DISTRICT 34: Newport, 900 East 6th 
Street, Newport 41071; Mgr.: James 
Weyer, A.D 

DISTRICT 35: Scott, 5400 Old Taylor 
Mill Rd , Covington 41 01 5; Mgr: Al Rust, 
AD. 

DISTRICT 36: Holy Cross, 3617 Church 
St., Covington 41015; Mgr.: Jim 
McDonough, A.D. 

DISTRICT 37: Bourbon Co., 3343 Lex- 
ington Rd., Pairs 40361; Mgr.: Kathy 
Johnston, A.D. 

DISTRICT 38: Augusta, 3rd & Bracken 
Sts., Augusta 41002-1059; Mgr.: Tom 
Appleman, A.D. 

DISTRICT 39: Mason Co., 1320 US 68, 
Maysville 41056-9180; Mgr.: Fred 
Hester, A.D. 

DISTRICT 40: Bath Co., P.O.Box 37, 
Owingsville 40360-0037; Mgr.: Roy 
Wright, AD. 

DISTRICT 41: Western Hills, 100 Doc- 
tors Dr., Frankfort 40601; Mgr.: AlWink, 
AD. 

DISTRICT 42: Paul L Dunbar, 1600 
ManOWarBlvd.,Lex.40513; Mgr: Frank 
Watson, A.D. 

DISTRICT 43; Lafayette, 400 Reed 
Lane, Lexington 40503-1200; Mgr.: 
Karen Vanover, A.D. 



MAYIJUNE 1994 



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DISTRICT 44: Madison Central, 705 N. 
2nd St., Richmond 40475; Mgr.: Ed 
Miracle, A.D. 

DISTRICT45: Lincoln Co., US 27 South, 
Stanford 40484; Mgr.: Mike Stratton, 
AD. 

DISTRICT 46: Mercer Co., 937 Moberly 
Rd., Harrodsburg 40330; Mgr.: George 
Karnavas, AD. 

DISTRICT 47: McCreary Central, HC 
69, Box 28, Stearns 42647; Mgr.: Jerry 
Stephens, AD. 

DISTRICT 48: So. Laurel, 201 S. Laurel 
Rd., London 40741; Mgr.: G.J. Smith, 
AD. 

DISTRICT 49: Jackson Co., PO Box 
427, McKee 40447-0427, Mgr.: Billy R 
Norris, AD. 

DISTRICT 50: Corbin, 1901 Snyder St , 
Corbin, 40701-2543; Mgr Curtis Hart, 
AD 

DISTRICT 51: Middlesboro H.S., 4400 
Cumberland Ave., Middlesboro 40965; 
Mgr.: Wayne Wilson, AD. 

DISTRICT 52: Cumberland, 600 
Redskin Dr , Cumberland 40823, Mgr.: 
Eugene Stagnolia, AD. 

DISTRICT 53: Whitesburg, 208 Walnut 
St, Whitesburg 41858-1195; Mgr.: 
Arthur "Ozz" Jackson, AD 

DISTRICT 54: Hazard, Box 5007, Haz- 
ard 41701; Mgr.: Hugh CosiminI, AD 



DISTRICT 55: Cordia, 
Jackson 41339; Mgr : 
AD. 



406 Court St., 
James Turner, 



DISTRICT 56: Powell Co , PO Box488, 
Stanton 40380-0488; Mgr. Rick Hall, 
AD. 

DISTRICT 57: Magoffin, 201 HornetDr., 
Salyersville 41465; Mgr.: Jack L. 
Howard, AD. 

DISTRICT 58: Betsy Layne, PO Box 
437, Betsy Layne, 41605-0437; Mgr.: 
William Newsome, A.D. 

DISTRICT 59: Pikeville, 1987 Champi- 
onship Drive, Pikeville 41501; Mgr.: 
David Thomas, AD. 



DISTRICT 60: Pikeville, 1987 Champi- 
onship Drive, Pikeville 41501; Mgr.; 
David Thomas, A.D. 

DISTRICT 61: Rowan Co., 100 Viking 
Dr., Morehead 40351-9162; Mgr.: 
Claudia Hicks, A.D. 

DISTRICT 62: Elliott Co., PO Box 687, 
Sandy Hook 41171-0687; Mgr: Rick 
Mays, A.D. 

DISTRICT 63: Russell, 709 Red Devil 
Ln., Russell 41169-1561; Mgr.: Jerry 
Klaiber, A.D. 

DISTRICT 64: Boyd Co., 12307 Mid- 
land Trail Rd., Ashland 41102; Mgr.: 
David Bayes, A.D. 

REGIONS 

REGION 1: Murray, 501 Doran Rd , 
Murray 42071; Mgr David Carr, AD 

REGION 2: Henderson Co , 2424 Zion 
Road, Henderson 42420 
Mgr.: Jerry Mezur, A.D. 

REGION 3: Daviess Co., 4255 New 
Hartford Rd. Owensboro 42303; Mgr.: 
Bobby Majors, A.D. 

REGION 4: Glasgow, Columbia Ave., 
Glasgow 42141; Mgr: Terry Flatt, A.D 

REGION 5: Hart County, 1014 Dixie 
Hwy, Munfordvllle 42765; Mgr : Jerry 
Taylor, A.D. 

REGION 6: Pleasure Ridge Park, 5901 
Greenwood Rd , Louisville 40272; Mgr.: 
Russ Kline, A.D. 



REGION 7: Trinity, 4011 Shelbyville 
Rd., Louisville 40207; Mgr.: Bruce 
Lynch, A. D. 

REGION 8: Scott County, 1036 Long 
Lick Pike, Georgetown 40324; Mgr.: 
John Crigler, A.D. 

REGION 9: Simon Kenton, 5545 Madi- 
son Pike, Independence 41051; Mgr.: 
Gerry Scaring!, A.D 

REGION 10: Harrison County, 550 
Webster Ave., Cynthiana 41031; Mgr.: 
Gary Dearborn, A.D. 

REGION 11: Woodford County, 180 
Frankfort St., Versailles 40383-1149; 
Mgr.: Steve Barnett, A.D. 

REGION 12: McCreary Central, HC 69 
Box 28, Stearns 42647, Mgr.: Jerry 
Stephens, AD 

REGION 13: Cawood, 91 Ball Park 
Road, Harlan 40831, Mgr.: Tim Saylor, 
AD. 

REGION 14: Knott County Central, P.O. 
Box 819, Hindman 41822; Mgr.: 
Tommy Hall, A.D. 

REGION 15: Pikeville, Championship 
Dr., Pikeville 41501; Mgr.: Hillard 
Howard, A.D. 

REGION 16: Boyd County, 12307 Mid- 
land Trail Rd., Ashland 41102; Mgr.: 
David Bayes, A.D. 



1994SECT10NALBASEBALLSITES/MANAGERS 


Section 1 




Section 3 


PADUCAHTILGHMAN 




WOODFORD COUNTY 


2400 Washington St. 




180 Frankfort St, 


Paducah, KY, 42003-3206 




Versailles, Ky. 40383-1149 


Mgr: Steve Johnston, A.D. 




Mgr: Steve Barnett, A.D. 


Section 2 




Section 4 


CENTRAL HARDIN 




PIKEVILLE 


3040 Leitchfield Rd. 




Championship Drive 


Cecilia, Ky. 42724-9619 




Pikeville, Ky. 41501 


Mgr: Denny Lane, A.D. 




Mgr: Dave Thomas, A.D. 


State Championship Sched 


ule at Kentucky Wesleyan, Owensboro 


Section 2 vs Section 3 - Thursday, 


June 9 - 4:30 p.m CT 


Section 1 vs. Section 4 ~ Thursday, 


June 9 - 6:30 p.m. CT 


Championship Game - Friday, June 10 - 5 p.m. 



MAYIIUNE 1994 



14 I ATHLETE 



1994 Softball District/Regional Sites 




DISTRICT 1: Reidland, 5349 Benton 
Rd., Paducah 42003; Mgr.; Robert 
Vannerson, AD 

DISTRICT 2: Mayfield, 700 Douthitt St , 
Mayfield 42066; Mgr : Roger Fields, AD 

DISTRICT 3:FultonCity,R R 3, Boxl, 
Fulton 42041; Mgr : Ward Bushart, AD 

DISTRICT 4: Murray, 501 Doran Rd., 
Murray 42071; Mgr.: David Carr, AD. 

DISTRICT 5: Christian Co., 220 Glass 
Ave , Hopkinsville 42240; Mgr.: Wilton 
Gant, AD. 

DISTRICT 6: Lyon Co , PO Box 400, 
Eddyville 42038; Mgr.: Carroll 
Wadlington, AD. 

DISTRICT 7: Mad.-N.Hopkins, 4515 
Hanson Rd., Madisonville 42431; Mgr.: 
Teresa Ashby, AD 

DISTRICT 8: Henderson Co., 2424 
Zion Rd , Henderson 42420 
Mgr JerryMezur, A.D 

DISTRICT 9: Daviess Co , 4255 New 
Hartford Rd Owensboro 42303; Mgr : 
Bobby Majors, AD, 

DISTRICT 10: Butler Co., P.O. Box248, 
Morgantown 42261; Mgr.: Randy Bur- 
den, AD 

DISTRICT 11: Frederick Fraize, P.O. 
Box 217, Cloverport 40111; Mgr.: Ed 
Belcher, AD 

DISTRICT 12: McLean Co., P.O. Box 70, 
Calhoun 42327; Mgr.: Rick Johnson, 
AD 

DISTRICT 13: Allen Co., P.O. Box 127, 
Scottsville 42164; Mgr.: Rogers Powell, 
A.D. 

DISTRICT 14: Warren Central, 559 
Morgantown Rd., Bowling Green 
42104; Mgr: Joe P. Hood, A.D. 



DISTRICT 15: Franklin-Simpson, P.O. 
Box 389, Franklin 42134; Mgr.: Walt 
Heath, A.D. 

DISTRICT 16: Cumberland Co., 
P.O.Box 380, Burkesville 42717; Mgr.: 
David Wells, A.D. 

DISTRICT 17: Central Hardin, 3040 
Leitchfield Rd, Cecilia 42724; Mgr.: 
Kenny Lane, A.D. 

DISTRICT 18: Green Co High School, 
P.O.Box S, Greensburg 42743; Mgr : 
Nelson Moore, A.D 

DISTRICT 19: Nelson Co. High School, 
1 070 Bloomfield Rd. , Bardstown 40004; 
Mgr.: Dan Richard, A.D. 

DISTRICT 20: Campbellsville High 
School, 230 W.Main St., Campbellsville 
42718; Mgr.: , A D. 

DISTRICT 21: Shawnee, 4018 
W Market St , Louisville 40212, Mgr : 
Charles Weathers, A.D. 

DISTRICT 22: Holy Cross , 5144 Dixie 
Hwy. Louisville 40216 ; Mgr.: Betty 
Dv^^er, A.D 

DISTRICT 23: Valley, 1 0200 Dixie HWY, 
Louisville 40272, Mgr.: Tasso Harns, 
AD 

DISTRICT 24: Holy Rosary, 4801 
Southside Dr., Louisville 40214, Mgr : 
Steve L. Miles, A.D 

DISTRICT 25: Mercy Academy (Resur- 
rection Field), 1176 E.Broadway, 
Louisvile 40204; Mgr : Roy Bowling, 
AD. 

DISTRICT 26: Assumption, 2170 Tyler 
Lane, Louisville 40205; Mgr.: Carolyn 
Medley, A.D. 

DISTRICT 27: Fern Creek, 9115 Fern 
Creek Rd , Louisville 40291; (Tourney 
will be held at Jeffersontown Field) 
Mgr : Bill Azevedo, A.D. 

DISTRICT 28: Ballard, 6000 Browns- 
boro Rd., Louisville 40222, Mgr.: Jim 
Reuther, A.D. 

DISTRICT 29: Bullitt Central, 1330 Hwy 
44 E.,Shepherdsville 40165; Mgr: Bob 
Buege, A.D. 



SOFTBALL POSTSEASON 



District 
Region 
State 



May 16-20 
May 23-27 
June 2-4 



DISTRICT 30: Eminence, P.O. Box 
146, Eminence 40019; Mgr.: Ken Gray, 
AD. 

DISTRICT 31; So. Oldham, P.O. Box 
549, Crestwood 40014; Mgr.: Larry 
Phillips, A.D. 

DISTRICT 32: Scott Co., 1036 Long 
Lick Pike, Georgetown 40324; Mgr.: 
John Crigler, A.D. 

DISTRICT 33; Simon Kenton, 5545 
Madison Pike, Independence 41051; 
Mgr.: Gary Scaringi, A.D. 

DISTRICT 34: Dixie Heights, 3010 Dixie 
Hwy, Covington 41017; Mgr.: Don 
Afterkirk,A.D. 

DISTRICT 35: Holy Cross, 3617 Church 
St., Covington 41015; Mgr.: Jim 
McDonoughAA/arren Manahan 

DISTRICT 36: Dayton, 200 Jackson 
Street, Dayton 4 1074; Mgr.: Stan Steidel, 
AD. _ 

DISTRICT 37: Brossart, 4 Grove St., 
Alexandha 41001; Mgr.: Dave Schuh, 
AD. 

DISTRICT38:Tollesboro,RR1, P.O.Box 
1, Tollesboro 41189; Mgr.: Randell 
Harrison, A.D. 

I 

DISTRICT 39: Clark Co., 620 Boone 
Ave, Winchester 40391; Mgr.; Herb 
Goodman, A.D. * 

DISTRICT 40: Garrard Co., 304 W. 
Maple Ave., Lancaster 40444; Mgr.: Ken 
Hurt, A.D. 

DISTRICT 41; Madison So., 21 3 Glades; 
Rd., Berea 40403; Mgr: Roy Evans, 
AD. 

DISTRICT 42: Dunbar, 1600 Man O 
WarBlvd.,Lexington40513; Mgr.: Frank 
Watson, A.D. 



C^ 



MAYIJUNE 1994 



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1 994 Tennis Sites/Managers 



1. Murray (B/G) 


2. Bowling Green (B/G) 


8. Lexington (B/G) 


9. Richmond (B/G) 




Larry J. Heflin 


DaveCompton 


TerT7 Johnson 


Jerry Johns 


81 45 Houser Road 


1801 Rockingham Lane 


Franklin Co. 


409 Clements Ave. 


Boaz, Ky. 42027 


Bowling Green, Ky. 42101 


IIOOE.MalnSt. 


Somerset, Ky. 42501 


502-554-1820 


502-842-1674 


Frankfort, Ky. 40601 
502-695-6750 


606-678-5610 


3. Henderson Co. (B/G) 


4. ELIZABETHTOWN(B/G) 






Jane Prince 


Rob Maxwell 


10. Barbourvllle (B/G) 


11. Ashland (B/G) 


Apollo 


3026 Ring Road 


Bob Duricko 


Melissa Eplrg/T. Edv\«rds 


2280 Tamarack Rd. 


Elizabethtown, Ky. 42701 


201 Grayson Street 


Russell 


Owensboro, Ky. 42301 


502-765-7946 


Barbourvllle, Ky. 40906 


709 Red Devil Lane 


502-926-1208 




606-546-8556 


Russell. Ky. 41169 






606-546-4459 


606-836-9658 


5. East Jefferson (B/G) 


6. Central Jefferson (B/G) 




606-836-8135 


Richard Cotton 


Jay Levine 






12509 Farm Brook Drive 


Male 


12. Northern Ky. (B/G) 


13 Paris (B/G) 


Louisville, Ky. 40243 


4409 Preston Hwy 


Rob Hardin 


Jeff Isaacs 


502-473-8243 


Louisville, Ky 40203 


Bellevue 


Paris 


502-245-6398 


502-473-8292 


Center St. 


302 Seventh St. 




502-968-1255 


Bellevue, Ky. 41073 


Paris, Ky. 40361 






606-261-2980 


606-987-7601 


7 West Jefferson (Boys) 


7. West Jefferson (GIris) 


606-261-9070 


606-987-2163 


Dan Ruggles 


Dave Bennett 


















Western 

2501 Rockford Lane 

Louisville, Ky. 40216 

502-473-8710 


Southern 

8620 Preston Hwy 

Louisville, Ky. 40219 

502-473-8439 




TENNIS POSTSEASON 

Regional May 17-20 
State June 2-4 















Softball (Continued) 

DISTRICT 43: Western Hills, 100 Doc- 
tors Dr., Frankfort 40601; Mgr.: AlWInk, 
AD. 

DISTRICT 44: RockcastleCo., P.O. Box 
1410, Mount Vernon 40456: Mgr.: AD 

DISTRICT 45: Clay Co , Route 7, Box 
44, Manchester 40962; Mgr.: Jimmie D. 
Murray, A.D. 

DISTRICT 46: McCreary Central, HC 
69, Box 28, Stearns 42647; Mgr : Jerry 
Stephens, AD. 

DISTRICT 47: MIddlesboro, 4400 
Cumberland Ave., MIddlesboro 40965; 
Mgr.: Wayne Wilson, AD 

DISTRICT48: M.C.Napier, P.O.Box899, 
Hazard 41702; Mgr.: Rich. Russell, AD. 

DISTRICT 49: Knott Co. Cent., PO Box 
819, Htndman 41822; Mgr.: Tommy 
Hall, AD. 

DISTRICT 50: Breathitt Co., 406 Court 
St., Jackson 41 339; Mgr.; James Turner, 
A.D. 

DISTRICT 51 : Wolfe Co., PO Box 790, 
Campton 41365; Mgr.: Jim Lacy, AD. 



DISTRICT 52: Prestonsburg, 546 N 
LakeDr , Prestonburg41653; Mgr.A D 

DISTRICT 53: Russell, 709 Red Devil 
Ln , Russell 41 169; Mgr.: Jerry Klaiber, 
AD. 

DISTRICT 54: Elliott Co., PO Box 687, 
Sandy Hook, 41171; Mgr.: Rick Mays, 
AD. 

DISTRICT 55: Phelps, P.O. Box 131, 
Phelps 41553; Mgr.: Ronald Preece, 
AD 

REGIONS 

Region 1: Graves Co., R.R.8,, Mayfield 
42066; Mgr : Donald Jones, AD. 

Region 2: Christian Co., 220 Glass 
Ave., Hopklnsvllle 42240; Mgr.: Wilton 
Gant, AD. 

Region 3: Ow/ensboro, 1800 Frederica 
St., Ow/ensboro 42301; Mgr: Chris 
Gaddis . A.D. 

Region 4: Allen Co.-Scottsvllle, P.O. 
Box 127, Scottsville 42164; Mgr.: 
Rogers Pow^ell, AD. 

Region 5: Hart Co., 1014 Dixie Hwy, 
Munfordvile, 42765; Mgr: Jerty Taylor, A.D. 



Region 6: Holy Cross, 5144 Dixie Hwy., 
Louisville 40216; Mgr: Betty Dwyer, 
AD. 

Region 7: Jeffersontown, 9600 Old Six 
Mile Ln.,Jeffersontown 40299; Mgr: Art 
Olliges, AD 

Region 8: Scott Co., 1036 Long Lick 
Pike, Georgetown 40324; Mgr,: John 
Crigler, AD. 

Region 9: Scott, 5400 Old Taylor Mill 
Rd , Covington 41015; Mgr.: Al Rust, 
AD 

Region 10: Dayton, 200 Jackson St., 
Dayton 41074; Mgr.: Stan Steidel, AD. 

Region 11: Boyle Co., 1637 Perryville 
Rd., Danville 40422; Manager: Mike 
Pittman, AD. 

Region 12: Casey Co., RR4, Liberty, 
43539; Mgr.: James Ellison, A.D. 

Region 13: Letcher, School Rd., Letcher 
41832; Mgr.: Sherrill Slone, A.D. 

Region 14: Russell, 709 Red Devil 
Lane, Russell 41169; Mgr.: Jerry 
Klaiber, Principal 



MAYIfUNE 1994 



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1994 Track & Field Regional Managers 



r 



CLASS A 

Region 1 

Paducah Tilghman 

Augie Schiller 

P O Box 2550, Paducah 42001 

502/444-5627, 502/444-5696 

Region 2 

Daviess Co. 

Tony Rowe/Will Pagan 

4255 New Hartford Rd , 

Owensboro 42303 

502/684-5285 

Region 3 

Bardstown 

Tom Williams 

400 N 5th St., Bardstown 40004 

502-348-1673, 502-348-2682 

Region 4 

Lloyd Memorial 

Jim Johnson 

450 Bartlett Ave 

Erianger 41018 

606-727-1555, 606-371-2042 

Region 5 

Frankfort 

Frank Miklavcic 

328 Shelby St., Frankfort 40601 

502/875-8655, 502-875-2904 

Region 6 

Russell 

Alice Leigh 

709 Red Devil Lane, Russell 41169 

606-836-9658 

Region 7 

Harrodsburg 

Alvis Johnson 

371 E. Lexington St. 

Harrodsburg 40330 

606-734-8440 

Region 8 

Bell Co. 

John Brock 

Route 1, Box 88, Pineville 40977 

606-337-7061, 606-337-3368 

CLASS AA 

Region 1 

Paducah Tilghman 

Augie Schiller 

P.O. Box 2550, Paducah 42001 

502/444-5627, 444-5696 



Region 2 

Glasgov^ 

Terry Flatt 

Columbia Ave., Glasgow 42141 

502-651-8801 

Region 3 

Fort Knox 

Dave Shufelt 

7501 Missouri St., Fort Knox 40121 

502-624-6647 

Region 4 

Lloyd Memorial 

Jim Johnson 

450 Bartlett Ave., Erianger 41018 

606-727-1555 

Region 5 

Jessamine Co. 

Jean Wright 

41 Timberlawn, Frankfort 40601 

502-695-2081 

Region 6 

Harrodsburg 

Alvis Johnson 

371 E. Lexington St., 

Harrodsburg, 40330; 606-734-8440 

Region 7 

Russell 

Alice Leigh Russell 

709 Red Devil Lane, Russell 41169 

606-836-9658 

Region 8 

Sebastian Middle School 

Irton Sparkman 

406 Court Street, Jackson 41339 

606/666-75 1 1 ; 606/436-3562 

CLASS AAA 

Region 1 

Daviess Co. 

Tony Rowe/Will Pagan 

4255 New Hartford Rd 

Owensboro 42302 502/684-5285 

Region 2 

Central Hardin 

Bryan Todd 

6599 Glendale Rd., E-town 42701 

502-351-7696 

Region 3 

Iroquois 

Charles Daniel 

4615 Taylor Blvd., Louisville 40215 

502-473-8693, 502-239-9272 

Region 4 

Male 

Jay Levine 

4409 Preston Hwy.; Louisville 40203 

502/473-8972, 502/245-0457 



TRACK & FIELD POSTSEASON 



Region 
State 



May 20-21 
May 27-28 



Region 5 

Shelby Co. 

Larry Wingfield 

1701 Frankfort Rd., Shelbyville 40065 

502-633-2344, 502-633-5010 

Region 6 

Campbell Co. 

Alan Ahrman 

800 Alexandria Pike, Alexandria 41001 

606-635-2129, 606-635-5674 

Region 7 
Jessamine Co. 
Jean Wright 
Timberlawn Circle, #41 
Frankfort 40601 502/695-2081 

Region 8 

Bell Co. 

John Brock 

Route 1, Box 88, Pineville 40977 

606/337-7061; 606/337-3368 




Photo by Mark Zarof 

Pete Owens, a Track & Field official 
from Lexington, gives the all-clear 
flag from his post on the track during 
the '93 championships. Owens 
served as an inspector during the 
meet last year. 



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1994 Track Rules Interpretations (g 




Rule Book -p. 13-Rule3-2-4{i)should 
have been deleted. The F.A T. operator 
may no longer recall a race 

Situation #1: Following the 
completion of the 110 meter high 
hurdles, the coach of A1 complains 
that A1 was interfered by B1 and pre- 
sents a videotape that his student 
manager shot during the race, to the 
referee as evidence regarding his ap- 
peal. Ruling: Appeal denied. (3-2-8) 
Comment: Only video equipment approved 
by the games committee may be used to 
make decisions related to the meet 

Situation #2: After setting the 
pole vault standards in preparation of 
his first trial, A1 takes his place on the 
runway. At the same time, the event 
judge starts his stopwatch to monitor 
the two minue time limit for A1 to initiate 
his attempt at 13', A1 starts his ap- 
proach but stops midway down the 
runway and returns to his starting posi- 
tion On the second approach, A1 stops 
short again and returns to the start 
position once more Now A1 realizes 
he cannot initiate a trial in the time 
remaining and calls "PASS" A1 then 
misses his next two attempts at 13'. 
The event judge, for some reason, 
permits A1 a third trial at 13' and A1 
does clear the bar on the third attempt. 
By clearing 13' , A1 is awarded second 
place in the competition The coach of 
82 appeals the decision by the event 
judge to give A1 a third trial at the 13' 
height Ruling: The event judge was in 
error by giving A1 a third trial at the 1 3' 
height When A1 passed his first trial 
attempt, he should have been permit- 
ted the two remaining trials but not a 
third one Therefore, A1 should have 
been credited with clearing 12'6", which 
placed A1 in a tie for third place (7-4-9) 
Comment: Another issue regarding 
this situation is the use of the word 
"PASS". In this case, the event judge 
should have clarified with A1 as to his 
intentions to (1) pass the height, in this 
case 13', or (2) did he intend to take a 
miss on his first attempt since he could 
not initiate his trial prior to the expiration 
of the two minute time limit. The judge 
could have interpreted that A1 was pass- 
ing the height. "Passing an attempt" 
means a missed trial "Passing to the 
next height" means carrying over the 
number of legal attempts remaining to 
a subsequent height. 

Situation #3: Following the 



girls conference championship long 
jump competition the official third place 
finisher was left off the tally sheet by the 
scorer. B1 actually recorded the third 
best jump of the competition on her 
second jump, however, the official 
scorer misread the event judges scor- 
ing form and failed to give B1 third place 
points. Team B finished second to 
Team A for the team championship by 
a score of 1 03 to 1 01 When the results 
of the conference meet were reported 
in the newspaperthe next day, the coach 
of Team B realized that B1 was not 
officially awarded third place in the long 
jump and that the team actually scored 
107 points rather than 101. The coach 
of Team B appealed to meet manage- 
ment immediately Ruling: The appeal 
was upheld because it was tiled within 
the 48 hour time limit (2-3-1 ) Com- 
ment 1: When a participant has com- 
peted fairly, and in the process ot that 
competition has scored, the partici- 
pant should not be penalized and ample 
time should be allowed for correction 
of clerical and scoring errors How- 
ever, at the same time, there must be 
conclusion to the meet in a timely fash- 
ion, thus the decision to allow up to 48 
hours to make corrections Comment 
2: Under 2-3-1 and 9-2-6, meet man- 
agement may specify another time 
period as long as all participating teams 
are informed in advance of the meet. 
For example, a conference meet is 
held on a Friday and meet manage- 
ment establishes a 72 hour period for 
the correction of clerical and sconng 
errors because the 48 hour period 
would fall on a Sunday making it diffi- 
cult for coaches to communicate with 
the meet director prior to the deadline. 
Situation #4: During a crucial 
conference dual meet, home Team A is 
leading visiting Team B by three points. 
At the conclusion of the last event (1600 
meter relay which Team A wins by a 
comfortable margin), an appeal is 
lodged by the coach of Team B citing 
teammates of Team A for an unfair act 
by standing near the finish line loudly 
cheenng Team A to victory. The coach 
of Team A objects, stating the area had 
not been restricted and that members 
of Team B were also standing in the 
same area cheering their team Rul- 
ing: Appeal denied (4-5-9a) Comment: 
Although Rule 4-5-9a states that team- 
mates stationed near the starting area 



could be considered an aid, in the ab- 
sence of a barrier and marshals re- 
stricting access to the finish line, which 
allowed anyone to approach the area, 
the act would not be considered unfair. 

Situation #5: After A1 clears 
5'8" in the high jump event, she leaves 
the lumping area and returns to the 
spectator stands to view a videotape 
replay of her jump on her parents video 
camera and is subsequently disquali- 
fied by the referee because she has 
used an illegal aid. The coach of A1 
appeals to the jury citing that A1 has not 
gained an unfair advantage because 
no coaching was involved. Ruling: The 
appeal is denied (4-5-9) Comment: 
While it is permissible for an athlete to 
confer with his/her coach, parents, older 
brother, etc , during competition in un- 
restricted areas such as the spectator 
stands, viewing a videotape of their 
performance while still in competition 
IS considered an illegal aid regardless 
of who did the videotaping. 

Situation #6: A competitor pre- 
sents two shots to the inspector of 
weights and measures for approval. 
The shots meet minimum weight 
specifications, but one has two rather 
severe indentations and the other has 
tape on it Ruling: If the inspector feels 
the indentation or tape might provide 
assistance through a better gripping 
surface by the competitor, he/she shall 
impound the shot and/or not approve 
them for use in the competition (3-9-1) 

Situation #7: A1 , thefinal con- 
testant in the long jump fouled on the 
final attempt Unhappy with the perfor- 
mance A1 uttered a profanity just after 
the event judge called a foul. Because 
of the unsportsmanlike conduct, A1 
was disqualified from scoring in the 
long jump event and from further 
participation in the meet. Al's coach 
appealed stating that since A1 was the 
final contestant in the event, a foul oc- 
curred, and no mark was taken, there- 
fore, the profanity occurred after the 
long jump event concluded and A1 
should not be disqualified from scor- 
ing in the long jump. Ruling: Appeal 
denied. (4-5-1) Comment: Thefactthat 
the profanity occurred at the end of or 
during a final attempt in no way changes 
the penalty. Rule 4-5-1 specifies that 
disqualification shall be from the event 
the competitor was in as well as from 
further participation in the meet. 



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I 



Clinic Attendance By Track Coaches/Officials 



Below is a list of 
coaches and officials who 
attended the 1993-94 
KHSAA Track & Field Rules 
Clinic. 

BOYS COACHES 

Adair Co (Gregg Bardin) 

Allen Central (Dewey R Jamerson) 

Allen Co.-Scotlsville (Larry Gilbert) 

Apollo (Craig Hopkins) 

Ballard Memorial (Mike Workman) 

Bardstown (Tom Williams) 

Barren Co (Steve Melzger) 

Bath Co. (Tim Bailey) 

Belfry (Phillip Haywood) 

Bell Co (John Brock) 

Bellevue (Marty Mayer) 

Berea (Todd Mitmesser) 

Betsy Layne (John Derossett) 

Bowling Green (Ron Prieskorn) 

Breathitt Co (Irion Sparkman) 

Brown (Wallace Garner) 

Bryan Station (Greg Conley) 

Bullitt Central (John Barbagallo) 

Butler (Anderson Walker) 

Butler Co. (Max Ward) 

Caldwell Co (Robert Towery) 

Campbell Co (Frank Wrobleski) 

Campbellsville (Gene Carter) 

Casey Co. (Randy Salyers) 

Cawood (Debbie Bailey) 

Christian Co. (Don Owen) 

Clay Co. (Denver Word) 

Conner (Tom Stellman) 

Corbin (Don Shupe) 

Cordia (Barbara S. Combs) 

Covington Catholic (Mike Dimes) 

Crittenden Co. (Al Stevens) 

Cumberland (Mark Bailey) 

Danville (Marcus Stallworth) 

Daviess Co. (Tony Rowe) 

DeSales (Terry Barney) 

Dixie Heights (Steve Saunders) 

East Carter (Joey Cecil) 

Eastern (Mike McCoy) 

Edmonson Co. (Melinda Ricketts) 

Elizabethtown (James Haire) 

Evarts (Bobby Howard) 

Fairdale (Butch Cripe) 

Fairview (Mickey Dixon) 

Fern Creek (David Myers) 

Fori Campbell (James Thomas) 

Fort Knox (Gwen Hill) 

Frankfort (Frank Miklavcic) 

Franklin Co. (Barbra Judge) 

Franklin-Simpson (Ed Leathers) 

Fulton Co. (David Gallagher) 

George Rogers Clark (Don Danko) 

Grant Co. (Marlon Kinsey) 

Grayson Co. (Arland Benningfield) 

Green Co. (Bill Moore) 

Greenup Co. (Pete Frailie) 

Greenwood (Virgil Livers) 

Hancock Co. (Jim Clark) 

Harlan (E.R.Gray) 

Harrison Co. (Bobby Jenkins) 

Hart Co (Jeff Witt) 

Henderson Co. (David Mitchell) 

HenryClay (TonyOlinger) 

Hickman Co. (Richard Dowdy) 

Highlands (Dan Baker) 

Holmes (Ken Turner) 

Holy Cross (Lo.) (Richard Reynolds) 

Hopkinsville (Marshall Jones) 

Jeffersontown (Hal Sampson) 

Jessamine Co. (Wes Folsom) 

Johnson Central (Debbie Melvin) 

Kentucky Country Day (Jim Walker) 

KSD (Mike Brame) 

Knott Co. Central (Thomas Posey) 

LarueCo. (Billy Willian) 

Lawrence Co. (Brian Brown) 

Leslie Co. (Tim Koogler) 

Lewis Co. (James Silvey) 



Lexington Catholic (Payton Printz) 
Lex. Christian (Susan Sanders) 
Lloyd Memorial (Jim Johnson) 
Louisville Collegiate (Gary Conklin) 
Ludlow (Jack Keller) 
Madison Central (Velmer Miller) 
Madison Southern (Ken Bicknell) 
Madisonville-N. H. (Josh Wright) 
Male (Jim Barlman) 
Marion Co. (Jim D'Hare) 
Marshall Co. (Tracy Cleaver) 
McCreary Central (Jim HufQ 
McLean Co. (James Sarlain) 
Meade Co. (Melissa Oxford) 
Mercer Co. (Bill Smith) 
Middlesboro (Joe Brown) 
Monroe Co. (Max Petetl) 
Montgomery Co. (Arthur Williams) 
Morgan Co (Gary Holbrook) 
Murray (Jimmy Harrell) 
Nelson Co. (Jeannie Underwood) 
Nicholas Co. (Travis Huber) 
North Bullitt (Doug Soards) 
North Hardin (Rudy McKinney) 
North Laurel (Mike Harville) 
Oneida Baptist (Oliver Hawkins) 
Owen Co (Michael Croley) 
Owensboro (Harley Trogdlen) 
Paducah Tilghman (Augie Schiller) 
Paris (David Buchanan) 
Pendleton Co. (Craig Chaplin) 
Pike Co Central (Royce Mayo) 
Pikeville (Joe Mahan) 
Preslonsljurg (Randall Hager) 
Providence (Shawn Oakley) 
Pulaski SW (Dale Anderson) 
Raceland (Bill Tom Ross) 
Reidland (Steve Traynham) 
Rockcastle Co. (Tom Larkey) 
Rowan Co. (Jeanette Fannin) 
Russell (Jim Epiing) 
Russell Co (Keith Ellis) 
Russellville (Robert Nelson) 
Scott (Jerry Mohr) 
Shawnee (Dennis Trammell) 
Shelby Co. (Larry Wingfeld) 
Shelby Valley (Greg Currall) 
Sheldon Clark (Tony Burchett) 
South Floyd (Don Daniels II) 
South Hopkins (Rich Snodgrass) 
South Laurel (Sim Hodges) 
South Oldham (Kevin Johnson) 
St.Camillus (Craig Schupanitz) 
St. Francis (Scott Humphrey) 
St Xavier (Frank Cooper) 
Tales Creek (John Nochta) 
Trigg Co (George Radford) 
Trinity (Louisville) (Chuck Servino) 
Union Co. (John Fellows) 
Valley (Gary Wade) 
Villa Madonna (Ron Thomas) 
Waggener (Kevin Sharon) 
Walton-Verona (Kevin Mclntyre) 
Warren Central (Kerry Wyatt) 
Webster Co. (Terry Slaggs) 
West Carter (Ed Cook) 
West Hopkins (Jerry Womack) 
Whitley Co. (AIYsida) 
Williamsburg (Kevin Widener) 
Williamstown (Ray Martin) 
Woodford Co. (Wally Cook) 

GIRLS COACHES 

Adair Co. (Gregg Bardin) 

Allen Central (Dewey R. Jamerson) 

Allen Co -Scottsville (Corlni Crews) 

Apollo (Craig Hopkins) 

Ballard (Don Goodwin) 

Bardstown (Tom Williams) 

Barren Co. (Bob Blair) 

Bath Co. (Arlen McNabb) 

Belfry (Phillip Haywood) 

Bell Co. (John Brock) 

Berea (Todd Mitmesser) 

Betsy Layne (Solomon Kilburn) 

Bishop Brossart (Dave Schuh) 

Bowling Green (Ron Prieskorn) 

Boyd Co. (Bob Stacey) 



Brown (Marcia Morton) 
Bryan Station (Reba Woodall) 
Bullitt Central (Tom IVlartin) 
Butler (James Jackson) 
Butler Co. (Christy L. Higdon) 
Caldwell Co. (Diane Hollamon) 
Campbell Co. (Tern Smith) 
Campbellsville (Gene Carter) 
Casey Co. (Randy Salyers) 
Cawood (Debbie Bailey) 
Central (Otis Ralston) 
Central Hardin (Bruce Seymour) 
Christian Co. (Jeanette McDuffey) 
Clay Co. (Denver Word) 
Conner (Faye Musselman) 
Corbin (Don Shupe) 
Crittenden Co. (Al Stevens) 
Cumberland (Mark Bailey) 
Danville (Marcus Stallworth) 
Dixie Heights (Jeff Wright) 
East Carter (Willis Johnson) 
Eastern (Jim Holman) 
Edmonson Co. (Melinda Ricketts) 
Elizabethtown (Tim Hinkle) 
Evarts (Bobby Howard) 
Fairdale (John Sears) 
Fairview (Mickey Dixon) 
Fern Creek (Kevin Nix) 
Fleming Co. (Mari< Thomas) 
Fort Campbell (Steve Baird) 
Fort Knox (David Shufelt) 
Frankfort (Frank Miklavcic) 
Franklin Co. (Barbra Judge) 
Franklin-Simpson (Ed Leathers) 
GR Clark (Jodie Whitaker) 
Grant Co. (Marlon Kinsey) 
Grayson Co (Charles Haak) 
Greenwood (Virgil Livers) 
Hancock Co (Jim Clark) 
Harlan (E.R.Gray) 
Harrison Co. (Larry Thornton) 
Hart Co. (Mindy Daniel) 
Heath (Mike Moore) 
Henderson Co. (Curtis Sanders) 
Henry Clay (Marilyn LeMaster) 
Hickman Co. (Richard Dowdy) 
Holmes (Paul McKee) 
Holy Cross (Lo.) (Mary Burks) 
Hopkinsville (Marshall Jones) 
Iroquois (Michael Daniel) 
Jeffersontown (Dixie Griffin) 
Jessamine Co. (Tim Peterson) 
Johnson Central (Debbie Melvin) 
Ky. Country Day (Jim Walker) 
Ky. School f/l Deaf (Lisa Selby) 
Knott Co. Central (Thomas Posey) 
LarueCo. (Billy Willian) 
Lawrence Co. (Brian Brown) 
Lewis Co. (James Silvey) 
Lex. Catholic (Payton Printz) 
Lex. Christian (Susan Sanders) 
Lo. Collegiate (Gary Conklin) 
Madison Southern (Angela Sowers) 
Madisonville-NH (Tony Elliott) 
Marshall Co. (Chuck Gullo) 
McLean Co. (James Sartain) 
Meade Co. (Melissa Oxford) 
Mercer Co. (Brian Pendygraft) 
Middlesboro (Karen Brown) 
Monroe Co. (Tony Harlan) 
Montgomery Co. (Arthur Williams) 
Morgan Co. (Gary Holbrook) 
Murray (Jimmy Harrell) 
Nelson Co. (Cherylyn Porta) 
Nicholas Co. (Travis Huber) 
North Bullitt (Jim Overturf) 
North Hardin (Bill Dennison) 
North Laurel (Rachel Gaynor) 
Oneida Baptist (Oliver Hawkins) 
Owen Co. (Michael Croley) 
Owensboro (D. Crask/G. Purcell) 
Paducah Tilghman (Cecil Ward) 
Paris (David Buchanan) 
Pendleton Co. (Craig Chaplin) 
Pike Co. Central (Royce Mayo) 
PRP (Ruth Ann Whitehouse) 
Preslonsburg (Randall Hager) 
Pulaski SW (Dale Anderson) 



Raceland (Wendell Morris) 
Reidland (Steve Traynham) 
Rockcastle Co. (Tom Larkey) 
Rowan Co. (Jeanette Fannin) 
Russell (Alice Leigh) 
Russell Co. (Vala Ellis) 
Russellville (I^tt Tipton) 
Ryle(JimWilebrink) 
Shawnee (Candace Woods) 
Shelby Co. (Roland Dale) 
Sim. Kenton (G. Scaringi/J. Yeagle) j 
Somerset (Joan Spurlock) 
South Floyd (Keith Smallwood) 
South Hopkins (John Arnett) 
South Laurel (Judy Hodges) 
South Oldham (Kevin Johnson) 
Southern (John Nason) 
St Francis (Scott Humphrey) 
Todd Co. Central (Pick Thompson) 
Trigg Co. (George Radford) 
Union Co. (John Fellows) 
Valley (William Underwood) 
Villa Madonna (Ron Thomas) 
Walton-Verona (Kevin Mclntyre) 
Webster Co. (Roy Cherry) 
West Carter (Ed Cook) 
West Hopkins (Melanie Bowles) 
Whitley Co. (AIYsida) 
Williamsburg (Ray Martin) 
Woodford Co. (Wally Cook) 



OFFICIALS 

John Brock, Sr. 
Charles E Cooper 
Danny Houchin 
Charles Frank Cooper 
Charles M. Ruler 
Richard Rozel 
Bro. Borgia 
Patsy Caswell 
Chuck Medley 
EricW. Elliott 
George Mercker 
Mark Graves 
Kenneth Morion 
Michael Daniel 
Roland Dale 
JerryWomack 
Harley Trogdlen 
Craig Hopkins 
Jeffrey Saylor 
John Brock, Jr. 
JackKaelin 
Karen Cheser 
Bobbi Grim 
Chariie Jenkins 
Bob Edgar 
Dr. Melvin Stewart 
J David Grim 
Jack Keller 
Peter Higgins 
Dave Moore 
Rollin Reed 
Gwen Hill 
Tom Williams 
Dave Shufelt 
Rudy McKinney 
Bo O'Brien 
Bruce Seymour 
Donald Rhodes 
Roy Cherry 
Tom Ballowe 
Dianne Hollamon 
Lil Brunson 
Robert Towery 
JamesWilliams 
Bruce Rule 
Joan Spurlock 
Barbara Judge 
JeanWrighl 
JimWatkins 
Michael Brame 
Gordon Bocock 
Frank Miklavcic 
William Nault 
Scott Humphrey 
Carolyn Shifflett 



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MAYIJUNE 1994 



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Arizona Coach Awarded For Strides In Equity 



Special To The Athlete 

Sharon Austerman, head vol- 
leyball coach at Cortez High School In 
Phoenix, Ariz , is receiving national rec- 
ognition this month for her pioneering 
spirit and longtime commitment to giv- 
ing female athletes the same access 
to sports as boys Austerman is being 
recognized in several coaching publi- 
cations in March by Coaches Care, the 
public service program created by The 
Gatorade Company that honors high 
school coaches who provide young 
people with new opportunities and 
positive life experiences. 

When Austerman came to 
Cortez in 1965, only tennis was offered 
to girls. That's when Austerman and 
some of her peers convinced school 
administrators that "sound body leads 
to sound mind" applied as well to girls 
as boys. Volleyball and badminton were 
added immediately. 

"Girls athletics certainly didn't 
burst upon the scene," explained 
Austerman, a graduate of Grand Can- 
yon University. "There was no budget 
for coaches, equipment or uniforms." 

So for five years, Austerman 
volunteered her tme as the volleyball 
coach, using discarded knee pads from 
the boys' wrestling team. Her girls prac- 
ticed wherever space was available, 
including the blacktop behind the gym. 

"I've always wanted to provide 
our girls with the wonderful lifelong 
memories that my physical education 
teachers gave me," Coach Austerman 
said. "I knew if I could get girls involved 
in athletics, they would learn new ways 
to reach goals of their own." 

For the past 29 years, 
Austerman has been influential in hun- 
dreds of young women's lives, helping 
them to achieve personal and profes- 
sional goals. Fourteen of her former 
athletes have followed in her footsteps 
Current volleyball co-captains Michele 
George and Caria Gartner plan to pur- 
sue careers in physical education as a 
result of Austerman's inspiration. 

One of the ways Austerman 
motivates her athletes is by placing 
quotes like "tomorrow's success is 
determined by today's efforts," or "you 
can if you believe" in the girls' lockers. 
She says the quotes serve as a foun- 
dation to build upon during competi- 
tion. Her creative approach has helped 
Austerman's teams win three state titles 




Volleyball coach Sharon Austerman pioneered athletics for girls at 
Cortez High School in Phoenix, Ariz. 



and nine Skyline Division champion- 
ships. 

"Sharon never stops envision- 
ing the potential that every student- 
athlete has through the nght combina- 
tion of training and nurturing," said 
Cortez principal Carolyn Sheley, who 
nominated Austerman for Coaches 
Care distinction. "And Sharon's ath- 
letes understand that champions win 
and lose with grace and dignity." 

But coaching is only one part 
of what makes Sharon Austerman spe- 
cial She was honored in 1988 by the 
Arizona Chapter of the AAPHERD for 
developing her school's wellness pro- 
gram, which encompasses the belief 
that physical activity leads to a healthy 
mind and adds to personal develop- 
ment She's also an organizer. 
Austerman is one of the founders and 
past presidents of the Arizona Volley- 



ball Coaches Association, and currently 
serves as chairperson of the Arizona 
Interscholastic Association 4A Advisory 
Committee for volleyball. 

Austerman is also one of many 
outstanding teachers and administra- 
tors who has contributed to quality 
education programs and activities at 
Cortez, which was recently named the 
number one high school in the state 
through the Arizona A+ Secondary 
School Recognition Program. 

High school coaches can be 
nominated for Coaches Care distinc- 
tion by principals, athletic directors, 
teachers, fellow coaches, parents and 
student-athletes. Selection criteria and 
a nomination form may be obtained by 
writing: Coaches Care, PO Box 194, 
Hinsdale, IL 60522-0194. 



MAYIJUNE 1994 



2 I ATHLETE 



Sports Notes From Around The Bluegrass 






From Staff Reports 

Second Annual NF Golf 
Coaches School Set 

The National Federation has 
finalized plans for its second annual 
high school golf coaches school that 
will be held June 25-26 at Deer Creek 
Golf Club in Overland Park, Kansas. 

The school, held in conjunc- 
tion with the National Federation Con- 
ference of High School Coaches and 
Officials, will offer high school golf 
coaches the opportunity to participate 
In an intensive two-day program con- 
sisting of general sessions and work- 
shops where they will learn how to 
better meet the needs of their players. 
Following the school on June 27, 
coaches will meet to discuss national 
issues and concerns relative to high 
school golf 

Deer Creek was recognized 
by Golf Digest as one of the top three 
new golf courses in America in 1990 

Preceding the school on June 
24 will be the National Federation Golf 
Coaches Championship and the Na- 
tional Conference Scramble Both tour- 
naments will be played at Alvamar Golf 
Club in Lawrence, Kansas 

High school golf coaches can 
attend the school for only $79 This 
includes over two days of intensive 
education, breakfast, lunch, transpor- 
tation and an embroidered jacket 
courtesty of GEAR For Sports For fur- 
ther information concerning the Na- 
tional Federation Golf Coaches School 
and Championship, contact Brad 
Rumble at the National Federation, 
1 1 724 NW Plaza Circle, PO Box 20626, 
Kansas City, MO 64195, or call (816) 
464-5400. 

Swimmers Nominated 
For National Honors 

Two girls, one boy and a boys' 
relay team were nominated from the 
state of Kentucky for the National Swim- 
ming Honor Roll for their performances 
in February's State Sv^m Meet. 

Beechwood's Talor Bendel 
and Notre Dame's Michelle Schroder 
were nominated from girls' swimming 
while St. Xavier's Chip Crush and two 
of the Tigers' relay teams represent the 
boys. 



1994 MEDICAL SYMPOSIUMS 

In order for coaches to be in compliance with KHSAA Bylaw 27, the 
head coach of an athletic team or cheerleading squad must have attended 
a medical symposia in 1993, or, he or she must attend one in 1994. The 
following is a complete list of the medical symposia scheduled across 
Kentucky for 1994. Please call the contact person at each site to reserve a 
seat. If you have any questions, please contact the KHSAA at (606) 299-5472. 

April 23 Ramada Inn, Maysville 

Meadowview Hospital/Charlotte Harris, MD - 606-759-5311 
May 14 Sports MedicineCenter/Ephraim McDowell Hospital, Danville 

EMRMC/Quin Bailey, MD - 606-236-4121 
June 4 Gheens Academy, 4425 Preston Hv\^., Louisville 

Health South Rehab/Ray Shea, John Ellis MDs - 502-636-1200 
June 11 Jewish Hospital, Shelbyville 

Jewish Hospital/Ronald Waldridge, MD - 502-583-2300 
June 17 Murray State University, Murray 

Murray-Calloway Co. Hospital/Kathie Pierce - 502-762-1100 
June 17 Trover Clinic, Health Occupations BIdg., Madisonville 

Trover Clinic/James Bowles, MD - 502-825-7435 
June 18 Union College Student Center, Barboun/ilie 

Ben Kibler MD - 606-255-6841 ext, 4806 
June 18 King's Daughters' Med Ctr., Ashland 

King's Daughters'/Garner Robinson, MD - 606-327-4648 
June 25 Hyatt Regency, Lexington 

UK Hospital/David Caborn, MD - 606-257-3232 
Jyly 23 Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights 

St. Elizabeth Sports Ctr./Michael Miller, MD - 606-341-5600 

Cheerleading Coaches Only (In conjunction with KAPOS) 

July 23 French Quarter Suites Hotel, Lexington 

Ky. Sports Medicine/Mary Ireland, MD - 606-268-0268 

Make-up Symposia 
(Only for coaches hired after last symposia in the summer!) 

Oct. 1 Eastern Kentucky University, Perkins BIdg., Richmond 

Ky Sports Medicine/Mary Ireland, MD - 606-268-0268 

TBA Elizabethtown Surgical Center 

William Nash, MD 



Bendel won three races this 
year, the 200 Freestyle, the 100 Butter- 
fly and the 100 Freestyle, breaking her 
own state records in all three events 
Senders times were 1:48.83 in the 200 
Free (old record was 1:50.18), 55.15 in 
the 100 Fly (55.53) and 50.8 in the 100 
Free (51.7). 

Schroder, which led her Pan- 
das to the state title for the second-con- 
secutive year, just missed on breaking 
two of her own state records. She had 
times of 2:03.54 in the 200 Individual 
Medley (2:01 67) and 1 :02.91 in the 1 00 
Breaststroke (1:02.03). 

Chip Crush led the Tigers' to 



their sixth-consecutive state champion- 
ship and their 29th overall, which places 
them second nationally in most state 
titles won. Crush set two state records, 
49 20 in the 100 Backstroke (52.24) 
and 45.51 in the 100 Freestyle (46.22). 
Two St. Xavier relays also set state 
records. The 200 Medley Relay was 
swam in 1:35.81 and the 400 Freestyle 
Relay was swam in 3:07.99. 

A copy of these performances 
were also sent to NISCA, the National 
Interscholastic Swimming Coaches 
Association, for All-America status con- 
sideration. 



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Louisville Soccer Star 
Chosen For Puma Cup 

Erin Wilson, a senior at 
Atherton High School in Louisville, has 
been chosen to compete in the Puma 
Cup Invitational, the nation's only boys 
tournament for high school seniors. 

Wilson, who was all-state and 
all-region at Atherton, was one of only 
64 players from across the country to 
be selected and the only Kentucky na- 
tive on the roster 

Unlike any other tournament, 
players are selected based on supe- 
rior soccer skills, academic excellence 
and outstanding character. 

In Its second year, the Puma 
Cup, a benefit for the National Soccer 
Hall of Fame, will be played at the St 
Louis Soccer Park from June 9-11 and 
televised on ESPN during the World 
Cup, which kicks off one week after the 
Puma Cup. The event will be aired 
June 22 at 1 p.m. ET 

Wilson will be competing on 
the Midwest Team, one of four teams 
competing. 

New Baseball Records 

[ Two state records were set 

during the first month of the baseball 
season and both will place second in 
the National Record Book 

Heath senior catcher Jason 
Massey set the first mark after belting 
five consecutive home runs in a two- 
game span The 5-10, 185-pounder 
was just one short of the nation, I 
record. His first two came in his last K 'o 
at-bats against Paducah Tilghman. The 
next three were in his first three at-bats 
against Mayfield. 

A week later. Southwestern 
Pulaski junior Bryan Morrow hit four 
home runs, one double and knocked in 
nine RBI in one game His performance 
came in a game played at his old school, 
Pulaski County, which split for the 1 993- 
94 school year to form SW Pulaski. 
Morrow's double was off the wall in his 
first at-bat 



National Part II 




Test Dates 




Football Sept, 12, 


1994 


Volleyball Sept. 12, 


1994 


Basketball Dec 5, 


1994 


Wrestling Dec 5, 


1994 


Baseball March 20, 


1995 



His four home runs in one 
game sets a state record while finish- 
ing just one shy of the national record. 
The pitcher's nine RBI are just one shy 
of a state mark held by William 
Campbell of Middlesboro (1984). 

Football Coaching 
Clinic To Be Televised 

College, high school, junior 
high and community football coaches 
can learn from the best minds in foot- 
ball on Friday and Saturday, June 3-4, 
(9 a.m. -6 p.m. CT) through a satellite 
telecast of The Coaching Connection 

The clinic will be a live, satel- 
lite delivered football coaching clinic 
originating at Reunion Arena in Dallas. 

The 1994 teaching coaches 
include Tom Osborne, Nebraska, Terry 
Bowden, Auburn, Dick Tomey, Arizona, 
Fisher DeBerry, Air Force, Ken Sparks, 
Carson-Newman, RC Slocum, Texas 
A&M, Greg Landry, Illinois; Butch Davis, 
Dallas Cowboys; Les Steckle, Denver 
Broncos, Al Miller, NY Giants, Kevin 
O'Neil, Dallas Cowboys; and Ryan 
Vermillion, Miami Dolphins. 

The broadcast will utilize a 
six-camera broadcast and is expected 
to reach over 10,000 coaches of all 
levels through the network of host sat- 
ellite sites throughout the country The 
program offers the opportunity for 
coaches to respond immediately to 




Elton Scott, who led Marion County to 
the 1993 state basketball title, was 
selected Mr. Basketball by the state's 
coaches. He'll wear the No. 1 jersey 
when the Kentucky All-Stars take on 
Indiana in its annual summer series. 



questions and comments while visu- 
ally reinforcing their answer. 

Registration fee is $50 For 
more information regarding the near- 
est host site, contact Craig Noonan, 
(214) 869-4972. 



Kentucky Basketball All-Stars Selected 


Marion County's Elton Scott and Apollo's Laurie Townsend were 


named Mr and Miss Basketbal 


by the Kentucky Lions Eye Foundation 


and will lead the 1994 All-Stars 


in to battle with Indiana in the annual 


summer senes Games will be 


played June 18 in Louisville and June 25 


in Indianapolis. The following are complete rosters. 


Girls 


Boys 


Sharonda Allen, Southern 


Greg Buckner, UHA 


Heidi Coleman, Metcalfe Co. 


Todd Conley Elkhorn City 


Bobbi Coltharp, Graves Co. 


Eric Martin, Fairdale 


Kristie Combs, MC Napier 


Cameron Mills, Dunbar 


Kim Denkins, Nicholas Co. 


Timmy Myrick, Mason Co. 


Jamie Garner, Mad Central 


Scott Padgett, St Xavier 


Misty Geary, Ohio Co. 


Mosezell Peterson, Ballard 


Nicole Hay Henderson Co. 


Tony Pietrowski, Corbin 


Vonda Jackson, Clay Co 


Jeff Rogers, Eastern 


Latasha Peterson, Manual 


Louis Richardson, Moore 


Amanda Reid, Clay Co. 


Elton Scott, Marion Co. 


Laurie Townsend, Apollo 


Marty Thomas, Ashland 


Alternates 




Amy Atcher, Franklin-Simpson 


Vince Bingham, Jess. Co. 


Shannon Wathen, Meade Co. 


Matthew Simpson, B. Green 


Coach 




Phil Gibson, Webster Co. 


Larry Miller, Meade Co. 



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Sept. 2, 1994 
Contact Bob Fields 




GIRLS' BASKETBALL 




BEN DAVIS, Ind. (5 A) 




FLEMINGCOUNTY 




Sept. 15, 1995(A) 


(812)945-2538 


Nov. 28, 1994 


Sept. 20, 1996(H) 




Dec. 19, 1994 


Oct. 11, 1996(H) 


SHELDON CLARK 


Contact Gene Peterson 


Oct. 10, 1997(A) 


Sept. 30, 1994 


(606) 845-6601 or (606) 845-9331 


Contact Bob Britt, A. D. 


Contact Jim Matney 




(317)244-5852 


(606) 298-3907 


MEADE COUNTY 

Dec. 5, 1994 


BETSY LAYNE 


SOUTH POINT, Ohio (near Ashland) 


Jan. 12-17,21,1995 


Oct. 14, 1994 


(700 students) 


Feb. 2-4, 9-11, 1995 


Contact Bill Newsome 


Sept. 9 


Contact Bob Pollock 


(606)478-9138 

CHATARD, Ind. 

Sept. 23/24, 1994 


Contact Rick Huckaby 
(614)377-4323 

SULLIVAN SOUTH - Kingsport, TN 




(502) 422-4931 






GIRLS-SOCCER 






FRANKFORT 




Contact Jim Zeller 


Class 4A 


Several Dates 


(317)254-5437 


Aug. 26, 1994 


Contact Frank Miklavcic 




Contact John Compton 


(502) 875-8655 (1 :30 p.m. - 5 p.m.) 


CLARKCOUNTY 

Oct. 21, 1994 
Contact Herb Goodman, A. D. 
(606) 744-61 1 1 


(615) 

PRESTONSBURG 

Sept. 23 




(502) 875-2904 (home) 






JOB OPENINGS 






ASSUMPTION 






Contact Bill Letton 


Accepting applications for head, assistant 


DAYTON 


(606) 886-2252 


and freshman coaches for girls' basketball. 


Sept. 2, 1994(H) 




head svvimming coach and freshman volley- 


Cotact Stan Steidel 


WEST CARTER 


ball coach. Contact Carolyn Medley, (502) 


(606)261-4357 


Oct. 7, 1994 
Contact Terry Osborne 


458-6327. 


GRAYSON COUNTY 


(606) 286-2481 


CHRISTIAN COUNTY 


Oct. 21, 1994 




Accepting applications for head boys' bas- 


Contact 8 ill Embry 


WILLIAMSBURG 


ketball coacU.ContactaVr\\etc(iirectorWitton 


(502) 259-4078 


Sept. 2, 1994 
Contact Jerry Hodges 


C, Gant, (502)887-1100. 


HAYS!, Va. (Class A) 


(606) 549-6046 


HENRYCLAY 


(13 miles from Elkhom City) 
Sept. 2, 1994 






* . !• Al « 1. 1 


BOYS' BASKETBALL ^M 


Accepting applicatons for boys soccer 
coach. All applications must be sent to Bruce 




Sept. 16, 1994 


CHRISTIAN COUNTY 


Bissmeyer, Fayette County Public Schools, 


Contact James Calley 


Several Dates 


701 E. Main St., Lexington, KY 40502. Appli- 


(703)865-5126 


Contact Wilton Gant, A.D. 


cants should also send a resume to Ms. 


M ^ M ^ f ^"-^^^^ ^B 


(502)887-1100 


Jackie Austin, A. D. , Henry Clay High School, 


LAFAYb 1 1 E 




2100 Fontaine Rd., Lexington, KY 40502. 


Aug 26, 1994 


Deadline, May 20, 1994. 


Sfipt ? 1994 


Contact Terry Clark 






(606)281-0306 

NICHOLAS COUNTY 

Sept. 2, 1994 


LADY KENTUCKY INVITATIONAL GOLF TOURNAMEN" 


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September 10, 1994 




Oct. 7, 1994(H) 


Eagles Nest Country Club 




Contact Ron Baker 


Somerset, Kentucky 




(606) 289-3780 






PADUCAHTILGHMAN 


FEATURING THE TOP 32 TEAMS IN THE STATE 




Sept. 9/10, 1994 






Contact Steve Johnston, A.D. 
(502) 444-5650 


$70 per team 
Contact Bob Tucker 




PIKECOUNTYCENTRAL 


Somerset High School 




Sept. 2, 1994 






Contact Bill Dixon 






(606) 432-4352 


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Corbin's baseball team puts on their rally caps during the 1994 State Baseball Championship game. Corbir] 
which defeated hometown Apollo in the semifinals, jumped on Pleasure Ridge Park 6-0 in the first inning c 
the finals. But PRP proved to be too tough as the Panthers won their first state baseball championship 10-, 
in Owensboro. 




Eastern's Jaynetta Saunders cleared 5'2" in the 1994 State Track & Field Championships at the University oi 
Kentucky in May. Saunders' mark in the Class AAA competition was two inches higher than Molisa Morgar 
of Henry Clay and Zanae Humphries of Hopkinsville. 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



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1993-94 KHSAA Championship Review 


lASEBALL 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


lASKETBALL 




Girls' 


M.C. Napier 


Boys' 


Fairdale 


ROSS COUNTRY 




hrls' 




A Individual 


Mindy Martin (Walton Verona) 


A Team 


St. Henry 


2A Individual 


Anna Ryan (Scott County) 


2A Team 


Warren East 


3A Individual 


Racliel Sanford (Southwestern Pulaski) 


3 A Team 


Daviess County 


toys' 




A Individual 


Houston Barber (Frankfort) 


A Team 


St. Henry 


2A Individual 


Thomas Murley (Elizabethtown) 


2A Team 


South Oldham 


3 A Individual 


Charlie Moore (Daviess County) 


3A Team 


Daviess County 


OOTBALL 




Class A 


Beechwood 


Class AA 


Mayfield 


Class AAA 


Covington Catholic 


Class AAAA 


Male 


JOLF 




Girls' Individual 


Heather Kraus 


Girls' Team 


Sacred Heart 


. Boys' Individual 


Bryce Walker 


Boys' Team 


St. Xavier 


lOCCER 




Girls' 


Male 


Boys' 


Ballard 


OFTBALL 


Christian County 


WIMMING 




Girls' 


Notre Dame 


Boys' 


St. Xavier 


Combined 


Ballard 


ENNIS 




Girls' Singles 


Jackie Trail (Reidland) 


Girls' Doubles 


Nikki Edw/ards/Caroline Steele (Lone Oak) 


Boys' Singles 


Robby Robertson (Lone Oak) 


Boys' Doubles 


Brad Hambrick/Austin Polston (St. Xavier) 


RACK 




Class A Girls' 


Providence 


Class A A Girls' 


Russell 


Class A Boys' 


Harrodsburg 


Class A A Boys' 


Elizabethtown 


Class AAA Girls' 


Valley 


Class AAA Boys' 


Male 


VOLLEYBALL 


Assumption 


VRESTLING 


Sheldon Clark 




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24 
38 



Football 

All four state champions 
and scores from the entire 
postseason schedule. 



Pictorial 

Exciting action shots from 
the different state tourna- 
ments in 1993-94. 



Track 

Complete results from each 
class at the '94 meet. 



On The Cover 



Clockwise from top left: Beechwood 
runnlngback Jeff Lubrecht scored the Tigers' 
second touchdown in leading his team to their 
third consecutive state title (Tim Porco photo): 
Ashley Smith of Greenwood lined up this putt 
during the final round of the girls' champion- 
ship. Heather Kraus, who won the title, shares 
a smile (Porco photo): Sophomore Jamie Walz 
threads the needle on this pass against Male 
during the '94 state finals (Greg Perry photo): 
PRP's Mike Gabhart upends Corbin catcher 
David Foley to score safely during the state 
baseball finals (Gary Emord-Netzley photo). 



FINAL RESULTS 1993-94 



VOLUME LV, NO. 6 



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There were 285 schools which 
joined the Association for the 1993-94 
school year. Six of these schools enroll 
girls only while six have only boys. In 
1991-92 and 1990-91 there were 285 
schools. 

There were 208 schools involved 
in Football. All four championship games 
were played at Cardinal Stadium in Lou- 
isville. Attendance was approximately 
1 7,406 and ticket receipts were $1 03,756. 
Expenses involved in conducting the state 
football playoffs were $30,161. Sales of 
novelties totaled $629 51, program sales 
were $4437. The approximate gross re- 
ceipts from Playoff Rounds 1-4 were 
$559,839 with expenses of conducting 
these games reported as $172,418. Paid 
attendance at the 120 games was ap- 
proximately 144,035 All profits from the 
playoff games are divided among the 
participating schools. 

The number of schools competing 
in Volleyball was 78 The KHSAA sanc- 
tioned tournament was held at Fairdale 
on Oct 29-30, 1993 Expenses incurred 
were $6,319 with receipts of $10,796 
(tickets), $440 (programs) and $283 (nov- 
elties). 

In Cross Country, 211 boys' 
teams entered 18 regional meets. For 
girls, 205 teams entered all three classes 
in 18 regionals The expenses incurred in 
sponsoring this sport were $13,336 and 
the receipts were $9500 (ticket sales), 
$1630 (programs) and $3241 (novelties). 
The championships were held in Lexing- 
ton at the Kentucky Horse Park on Nov 6, 
1993 

There were 138 schools compet- 
ing in Boys' Soccer and 68 schools par- 
ticipating in Girls' Soccer. The finals were 
held simultaneously in Versailles at Com- 
munity Stadium on Nov. 13, 1993. The 
receipts for the boys were $20,190 and 
$10,772 for the girls. Expenses Incurred 
to run the boys' tournament were $7,723 
compared to $6,286 for the girls' tourna- 
ment. Novelty sales totaled $127.97. 

There were 236 boys' teams com- 
peting in Golf, with the State Tournament 
being played at the Lincoln Trail Country 
Club in Vine Grove. There were 1 69 girls' 
teams competing and their State Tourna- 
ment was heldattheElizabethtown Coun- 
try Club. There is no admission charged 
at the State Golf Tournaments. Novelty 
sales totaled $549.19 and expenses for 
the tournaments were $8,363. 

There were 60 schools competing 
in Wrestling in eight districts and four 



regions with the winner and runner-up in 
each weight class advancing to the state 
finals. The championships were held at 
Atherton on Feb. 18-19, 1994. The re- 
ceipts were $18,285; novelty sales were 
$1,080; and expenses $8,734. 

In Swimming, 114 girls' teams 
and 113 boys' teams competed for the 
championships. The meets were held at 
the Lancaster Aquatic Center on the Uni- 
versity of Kentucky campus Feb. 18-19, 
1994. The receipts were $7,307 and the 
expenses were $7,764. Novelty sales 
totalled $1,36981. 

The reported gross receipts from 
the boys' and girls' district Basketball 
tournaments were approximately 
$655,304 with reported expenses of 
$1 98,060, while the regional tournaments 
took in approximately $567,189 with re- 
ported expenses of $139,989. All profits 
from the Distict and Regional Basketball 
Tournaments are divided among the par- 
ticipating schools Ticketed attendance 
at the Boys' Sweet 16 was approximately 
84,278 as compared to 126,128 for last 
year. The gross ticket receipts this year 
for the tournament were $700,280; ex- 
penditures - $182,322; and novelty sales 
- $19,232.74. 

Attendance at the Girls' State Bas- 
ketball Tournament was 28,796 compared 
to 32,398 for last year The gross ticket 
receipts were $141 ,624 with expenditures 
of approximately $53,561. Novelty sales 
totaled $4,387 44. 

Spring sports participation was as 
follows: 268 Baseball teams competed 
in 64 districts and 16 regions, 259 Soft- 
ball teams competed in 55 districts and 
14 regions. There were 232 schools 
participating in boys' and girls' Track in 
eight regions in each classification - A, 
AA, AAA ; 209 girls' and 214 boys' Ten- 
nis teams played in 14 regions. State 
championships in Baseball and Softball 
were held in Owensboro, and the State 
Tennis and Track Meets were held at the 
University of Kentucky. 

The receipts and expenditures in- 
curred during the 1993-94 spnng sports 
season were as follows: 



SPONSORS 

The Kentucky High School 

Athletic Association 

and its member schools 

greatly appreciate its corporate 

sponsors. These individuals 

and businesses provide support 

to the KHSAA in many ways. 

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Receipts 


Expenditures 


Novelty Sales 


Baseball 


$11,630 


$4,622 


$212 


Softball 


5,938 


17,135 


1,148 


Tennis 





13,311 


373 


Track 


18,838 


30,577 


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GAME GUY A WARD 




RUSSELL KIDD 

1994 Game Guy Award Winner 



Each year, the Game Guy Award is given to a high school athlete who has overcome a 
ohysical handicap to compete in sports. The commissioner of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
^ssociation, Billy V. Wise, is the chairman of the selection committee. 

This year's winner is Russell Kidd, who just completed his junior year at Covington Latin. 

According to his mother, Sandi Kidd, Russell was born with a severe anomaly of his right 
eg, caused by a condition known as early amnion rupture in which a piece of the amnion sack 
issue wrapped itself around his lower right leg about three months into his fetal development. 
"Ks a result, he has little nerve development or circulatory development in his lower right leg. He 
lad surgery to release the band around his leg three times before his third birthday. 

Although the surgeries helped his mobility, he still has no sensation in his right foot which 
ed to the eventual amputation of two toes. He has worn a leg brace on his right leg since he was 
9 year old, and currently, his right leg is two and one-half inches shorter than his left leg. He has 
to wear a large lift on his right shoe so that he can lead an active life. 

But Russell has overcome his handicap and just completed his third year as a member 
of the Covington Latin basketball team. The last two years he has started at point guard for the 
Trojans. 

The KHSAA congratulates Russell Kidd on winning the 1994 Game Guy Award and 
encourages all students to overachieve both in the classroom and on the playing field, no matter 
the ability or handicap. 



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PANTHER FIELD ■ KENVJCKY WESLEYAN ■ OWENS&ORO 

PLEASURE RIDGE PARK PANTHERS 




Front Row: (L-R) Andre Montgomery, Eric Bishop, Jason McGinty, Eric Burden, Brian Burnett, Eric Elzy, Brad 
Bums, Brad Zoeller, Cody Lankford, Ashley Vandgrift. Second Row: Russ Kline, Matt Page, Dave McGovem, Matt 
Jarboe, Mike Gabhart, Nathan Thompson, Chad Ballard, Willard Minter, Clarence Williams, Brad Williams, Troy 
Hiipp, Darrell Davis. Back Row: Jerry Smith, Rich Hawks, Jay Brown, Gillie Melton, Jeremy Tiesing, Jason Case, 
Scott Dovms, Scott Hoover, Shawn Hoover, Bill Miller, Brian Scyphers, Charies Miller, Robby Strong, Jim Stokes, 
Sherm Blaszcyk, Donnie Vandgrift, Dennis Lankford. 







SEMIFINALS 








SEMIFINALS 




1994 CHAMPIONSHIP 


Game 1 • June 9 








Game 2 • June 9 




Game 3 • June 10 


PRP 3, Lexington Catholic 1 








Corbin 5, Apollo 4 




PRP 10. Corbin 8 


PRP Lex. Catholic 








Apollo Corbin 




Corbin PRP 


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1 


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Burni 3b 3 10 Williami 3b 3 





2 





Fojie 3b 3 2 Parjoni 3b 1 





Panoni 3b 3 1 2 Burni 3b 3 2 10 


Mnigmry •> ■( 1 Tichenor rf 7 











Ullpop r( 4 110 Mouier « 2 1 





Mouier If 2 1 Mntgmry ii 4 2 2 


G«bh.rt rt 3 110 Drden lb 3 





1 





Wilkenon c(2 1 1 1 Site- 2b 3 1 





Siler 2b 3 12 1 Gabhart rf 4 1 1 1 


Thompjon K4 Ploni dh 2 











Lee lb 2 1 Fox r( 3 1 





Fox r( 4 10 Thompion 1(3 2 1 3 


Strong dh 10 Burldey 2b 3 











Meade ss 3 1 Angel si 3 





Angel ii 3 110 Strong dh 3 1 


Burnen lb 3 11 Krulhoffcr K 3 











Welb c 4 Evara lb 2 10 





Evani lb 3 110 Burnett lb 2 1 2 1 


Mehon c 3 11 Ramoi c 2 











Poiles p 4 12 Lanloter dh 2 1 1 





Lankster p 4 Melton c 2 1 


Elzy 2b 3 2 Umb d 2 











Bowcn dh 4 10 Foley c 





Creekmr dh 3 Etiy 2b 2 11 


Williamj pr 1 C»rter pr 


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LOB--PRPe,LC8.2B-Elly.PRP. SB--PRP. B 


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Jonej. FojIe (2). Meade. DP - Apollo 1. LOB- Corbin 


Corbin 600 002 0- 8 7 4 


Montjomery. 








2.Apollo 1 l.2B-Wilkenon.Apolk>;Lanlciter.Corbln. 
SB-Lillpop (2): McCowan. Mouier (2). Foley. SF- 


PRP 630 010 0-10 8 5 

E-PRP: Bumi (2), Montgomery (3). Burnett; C: 


IP H R ER 


BB 


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McCowan, Panons. Mouier. 




Panoni, Angel Foley (2). DP - PRP. LOB-PRP (3). C 


PRP 








IP H R ER BB SO 


(8). 2B-PRP: Burnett (2); C: Evani. SB-PRP: Burdon, 


Scott Downj. W 7 3 11 




1 


15 


Apollo 




T>iompion; C: Panoni (3). Mouier. Creekmore. S- 


LttxJngton Cmthdic 








Chad Poilei. L 5 2 4 12 


3 


Eljy. Mouier, Panoni. 


Richard Myaa 5 4 




1 


3 


Ben Stalling! 2 1 1 1 


4 


IP H R ER BB SO 


Rocky Rapier. L 2 5 3 2 




1 





Corbin 




Corbin 


HBP- Stronj. PRP; PbtO. LC. BK - Downj 






Kel»in Perry, W 5 7 4 3 3 


3 


Lankiter. L 2 7 9 7 11 


Attendance: 1.368 








Jody Mouier 2 10 2 


2 


Angel 4 1 1 1 2 1 


T-2;15 








WP-Perry (2).T-2:30 




J Mouier 1 
PRP 

Biihop. W 6 7 8 2 2 7 
Zoeller 2 1 1 
Attendance: 865; T-2:I5 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



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BASEBALL 



1994 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 




(L-R) Robby Strong (PRP), Eric Burdon (PRP), Brad Wilkerson (Apollo), Andre Montgomery (PRP), Bryan 
Burnett (PRP), Gillie Melton (PRP), Scott Downs (PRP), Jody Mouser (Corbin), Jason Siler (Corbin), Patrick 
McCowan (Corbin). 



OWENSBORO -- Pleasure 
Ridge Park finally broke its string of brides- 
maid finishes to take home the 1994 
State Baseball Championship, defeating 
Corbin 10-8 at Kentucky Wesleyan Col- 
lege, 

Last year, PRP made 11 errors 
and lost to Harrison County in the finals 6- 
0. This year, it looked as if PRP would 
finish second again, after committing four 
errors in the first inning to fall behind the 
scrappy Redhounds 6-0. 

"It looked like another disappoint- 
ment," an emotional PRP coach Bill Miller 
told the Herald-Leader following the game. 
"We could've quit there, but the kids 
showed a lot of character in coming back." 

PRP finished as runner-ups in 
1982, '85 and '93. 

But the Panthers wouldn't be 
denied. In the bottom half of the first, they 
scored six runs off Corbin pitcher Jeremy 
Lankster, thanks to two errors by the 
Redhound defense. 

"That was where the game was 
lost," Corbin coach Randall Sawyers said. 
"If we could have that inning back, we'd 
win. You would think that us getting six 
runs would settle us down, but it didn't." 



With new life, PRP then added 
three more runs in the second inning, 
thanks to a two-run single by Nate Th- 
ompson. 

But give Corbin credit. The 
Redhounds, who were a surprise to the 
rest of the state this season, never quit. 

After PRP picked up its 10th run 
on a sacrifice fly by Eric Elzy in the fifth 
inning, Corbin loaded the bases in the 
sixth with no outs. Jody Mouser's sacri- 
fice fly cut the lead to 10-7. Jason Siler 
followed with a single to score Patrick 
McCowan and trim the lead to two. 

Then, with one swing of the bat, 
the inning and the season for Sav/yers 
came to an end. With runners at second 
and third, Marcus Fox drilled a line drive 
to third which PRP's Brad Burns snared. 
He then dove to third and doubled up 
David Parsons on a close play to end the 
inning. 

Corbin's coaches disagreed with 
third base umpire Curtis Conn's call, and 
when the chalk dust settled. Sawyers and 
assistant Willard Farris were ejected from 
the game. 

PRP finished its season at 36-6. 
Corbin ended '94 at 30-13. 



1994 All-Tournament Team 


Pitcher 




Scott Downs 


PRP 


Relief Pitcher 




Jody Mouser 


Corbin 


Catcher 




Gillie Melton 


PRP 


First Base 




Bryan Burnett 


PRP 


Second Base 




Jason Siler 


Corbin 


Shortstop 




Andre Montgomery 


PRP 


Third Base 




Chris Williams 


Catholic 


Outfield 




Patrick McCowan 


Corbin 


Brad Wilkerson 


Apollo 


Eric Burdon 


PRP 


Designated Hitter 




Robby Strong 


PRP 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



8 5 ATHLETE 



GIRLS' BASKETBALL 




M.C. NAPIER LADY NAVAJOS 




Front Row: (L-R) Kristie Combs, Paula Stidham; Second Row: Kelly Turner, Rena Combs, Beth Couch, Renee 
Adams, Dena Smith, Cheryl Elkins, Charlotte Combs, Jennifer Combs. Third Row: Asst. Kevin Whitman, Crystal 
Miller, Chrissy Fields, Misty Eversole, Edith Begley, April Napier, Karen Godsey, Missy Lawson, Maxie Couch, 
Dorothy Stocking, Coach Randy Napier. 



BOWLING GREEN - Kristie Combs 
and herM.C Napier teammates couldn't miss. 
From all over, the Lady Navajos blistered the nets 
en route to an 88-56 win over Highlands for the 
1994 Girls' Sweet 16 Championship. 

Combs, the tournament MVP, led her 
squad by scoring 26 points while Renee Adams 
pitched in 25 for the winners. The Lady Navajos 
shot 56 9 percent from the field in securing their 
first school championship in what vras to be the 
last year for the school prior to consolidation. 

"We can say we closed it out in style," 
Coach Randy Napier said. "I'm just so doggone 
proud of these girls. They were fantastic. It was 
an exhibition tonight." 

More than anything, M.C Napier was 
able to control perhaps the state's best player. 
Highlands' Jamie Walz. Walz, who set a tourna- 
ment record for scoring with 121 points in the four 
games, was held to 1 1-24 shooting from the field 
and finished with 26 points. The sophomore 
broke Clemette Haskins' 1 983 mark of 1 06 points. 

But that was not the only record to fall 
In the tournament. 

Combs set marks for most three-point- 
ers in a championship (4) and most attempts 
from three-point land (5). M.C. Napier also set 
records for points in the first half (39), points in 
the second half (49), highest winning score (88), 
most field goals made (33). largest winning mar- 
gin (32), and three-point field goal made (7). 
Highalnds set a mark for most points by a losing 
team (56). 

Both teams combined to set records 
for most points (1 44), threes attempted (21 ) and 
tied the record for fouls (40). 



CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 







Highlands 


56 










Player 


min 


fg-a 


3fg-a 


ft-a 


rb 


a 


pf 


<P 


Arnzen 


18 


0-5 


0-0 


0-2 


3 





3 





Ellerman 


17 


1-4 


0-3 


0-0 


2 


2 


1 


2 


Warren 


12 


4-5 


0-0 


0-0 


2 





4 


8 


Lombardo 


22 


2-8 


0-2 


0-0 


9 


2 


3 


4 


Walz 


30 


11-24 


0-6 


4-7 


5 


2 


2 


26 


Van Sickle 


18 


1-2 


0-0 


1-3 





1 


1 


3 


Krger 


5 


1-2 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


1 


3 


2 


Imhoff 


15 


3-7 


1-3 


0-0 


1 








7 


Hoffmeister 


7 


0-3 


0-0 


1-2 


2 





3 


1 


McQraw 


10 


1-5 


1-4 


0-0 


3 





1 


3 


Duffy 


2 


0-2 


0-2 


0-1 


1 











McMahon 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


3 











Mader 


2 


0-2 


0-1 


0-0 














Team 










6 








Totals 


160 


24-70 


2-21 


6-19 


39 


8 


21 


56 






M.C. 


Napier 88 










Player 


mm 


fg-a 


3fg-a 


ft-a 


rb 


a 


pf 


tp 


stidham 


19 


3-4 


0-0 


0-1 


7 


1 


4 


6 


Eversole 


23 


4-7 


2-3 


0-3 


4 





3 


10 


Napier 


18 


4-6 


0-0 


1-1 


3 


3 


4 


9 


K. Combs 


26 


8-18 


4-6 


6-7 


3 


3 


3 


26 


Adams 


26 


9-13 


1-4 


6-7 


4 


4 


1 


25 


Elkins 


7 


0-1 


0-1 


0-1 


2 











Lawson 


12 


1-2 


0-0 


2-3 


6 


1 


1 


4 


M. Couch 


12 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


2 


3 


2 


Smith 


9 


2-5 


0-2 


0-0 


1 








4 


Godsey 


5 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


3 





5 


2 


R. Combs 


1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





1 








B. Couch 


1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1 











Begley 


1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1 





1 





Team 










6 








Totals 


160 


33-58 


7-16 


5-23 


45 


19 


19 


88 


HIGHLANDS 




13 


6 


19 


18 




— 56 


MC NAPIER 




19 


20 


30 


19 




— 88 



FG Shooting: Highlands 34.3, MC Napier 56.9. FT 
Shooting; Highlands 35.3; MC Napier 85.2. Turnovers: 
Highlands 13 (Lombardo 5. Walz 3. Imhoff 2, Ellerman 1. 
Warren 1. Kruger 1): MC Napier 16 (Napier 3, Godsey 3. 
Adams 2, M. Couch 2. Smith 2. Stidham 1. Eversole 1, K. 
Combs 1, Elkins 1). Officials: Jay Asher Vickie Kafitan. 
Attendance -2,465. 




KRISTIE COMBS 

M.C. Napier 

SWEET 16 

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



I ATHLETE 






BOYS' BASKETBALL 



FAIRDALE BULLDOGS 




Front row: (l-r) Asst. Greg Longacre, Mgr. Jimmy Croan, Keith Weathers, Tony Wales, Larry Thomas, Ten^nce Jones, 
Nathan Gardner, Theo Kenemore, Brent Hicks, Antwuan James, Anthony Wales, Mgr. Eric Withers, Asst. Ernest 
Smith. Second Row: Coach Lloyd Gardner, Rashawn Morris, Tony Hawkins, Bryan Strawter, William Anderson, Jimmy 
Wncaid, Eric Martin, BJ Davis, Troy Brown, Marty Bussey, Asst. Kent Able, stat John Smith. 



LOUISVILLE --Those 9,640 fans saw 
a game. Plain and simple, the folks that saw 
Fairdale squeak out a 59-56 win over Paul Dunbar 
were treated to one of the great championship 
games in Sweet 1 6 history. 

Terrance Jones, Fairdales' 6-foot jun- 
ior, nailed a three-pointer wnth 44 seconds re- 
maining to erase a 56-54 Dunbar lead and give 
the hometown Bulldogs their third state title in 
five years. It also sent Dunbar home for the 
second straight year vtrith a loss in the finals, and 
the fourth consecutive season that a Lexington 
team had lost in the finals. 

Even though Jones' three gave Fairdale 
the lead, the fat lady had yet to appear from the 
hospitality room. 

Trying to protect the one-point lead, 
Fairdale left Dunbar's Greg Jones open for a crib 
shot on the left side with 33 seconds left. Jones, 
apparently surprised of his sudden easy trip to 
the basket, couldn't get his shot to fall. 

But the hometovm Bulldogs couldnl 
put itaway. Fairdale's Jones missed thefront end 
of the bonus with 24.6 seconds remaining and 
then teammate Anthony Wales did the same wnth 
nine seconds left. 

Dunbar's Terrance Huguely missed 
two free throws with 3.4 seconds remaining 
which would have given Dunbar the lead again. 
After his second miss, Fairdale's Eric Martin was 
fouled on the rebound and hit two free throws to 
give his team a 59-56 lead. 

Dunbar's Jeff Baker then missed a 
30-foot desperation shot at the buzzer by inches, 
giving the v/in to Fairdale. 



CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 

Paul Dunbar 56 

Player mln fg fga ft fta reb to a pf tp 

Travll 29 3 S 7 10 7 4 1 2 13 

JORM 19 2 7 1 2 B 1 1 4 5 

Byars 20 4 10 01B303 8 

Bakar 30 293S2613 7 

Mills 29 S 13 1 1 B 2 4 2 13 

Huguely 13 97029204 10 

Horn 18 1 S 4 1 

Jackson 2 10 10 

Team 1 1 

Totals 160 22 54 12 21 50 23 7 19 56 

Fairdale 59 

Player mln fg fga ft fta reb to a pf tp 

T.Wales 27 S 16 4 4 4 2 1 3 14 

strawter 13 1 S 3 4 1 1 2 

Davis 5 13 10 

A. Wales 24 6 113 2 3 

Morris 27 6 13 2 1 4 2 13 

Martin 19 5947 12 204 14 

Jones 23 36012032 8 

James 22 15 5 6 2 13 6 8 

Team 4 

Totals 160 21 60 13 23 34 11 13 20 59 

PAUL DUNBAR 18 15 13 10 56 

FAIRDALE 17 14 10 18 59 

3-Polnt Ooals - Dunbar 0-2 (Baker 0-1 . Mills 0-1), 
Fairdale 4-17 (A. Wales 0-4. Morris 1-4. Jones 2-5, James 

1-4) 

Shooting Pet - Dunbar 40 7, Fairdale 35.0 

Steals - Dunbar 6 (Travis 4, Byars 1 , Baker 1); Fairdale 
6 (T Wales 4, Morris 1, Jones 1) 

Blocked Shots - Dunbar 5 (Jones 2, Byars 1. Huguely 
1. Horn 1). Fairdale 1 (Monis). 

Attendance - 9,640 




RASHAWN MORRIS 
Fairdale 

SWEET 16 
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



10 I ATHLETE 



BASKETBALL 



Giris' Sweet 16® • Diddle Arena • Bowling Green, Kentucky • March 16-19, 1994 





OtdJumO) 56 


Henderton Co 59 


UC Napier &S 










MtrA 18. Nooa 
Hovixnan Co. 62 










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hUrck 16. 1 30 pm 




Garrard Co 4i 








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Highlands JO 




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UC Napier S3 










Highlandj 59 




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Ohio Co 4S 


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Higklaiuti 52 










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Boys' Sweet 16® • Freedom Hall • Louisville, Kentucky • March 23-26, 1994 



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Vfin Hmwt'a {2m J) 57 




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Hoh Cna 53 










Hoh Cm*. (W,) 62 


Much 26. 10 im. 
Fair^mk 71 




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Gmva Co. (\tt) 59 




AIU„ CM/ 76 






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Fainialt 91 








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Nonk Htidi, 7} 


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M»f* Manfi. <5A) 62 




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Wan^ Eaa I4thl 51 




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1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



BASKETBALL 



I ATHLETE 



11 




1994 All-Tournament Team 
Girls' 

Front Row: (L-R) Stacy Shadburne 
(Male), Michelle Bennett (Male), Kristie 
Combs (MC Napier), Jamie Walz (High- 
lands), Vonda Jackson (Clay Co.). 
Back Row: Karen Flannery (Garrard 
Co.), Brandi Calhoun (Henderson Co.), 
Misty Geary (Ohio Co.), Kyra Elzy 
(Oldham Co.), Nicole Hay (Henderson 
Co.). 



1994 All-Tournament Team 
Boys' 

Front Row: (L-R) Thomas Jenkins (Allen 
Central), Joe Harney (Cov. Holy Cross), 
DeWayne Saulsberry (Muhlenberg 
North), Rashawn Morris (Fairdale), 
Patrick Saulsberry (Muhlenberg North). 
Back Row: Jason Martin (Allen Cen- 
tral), Louis Richardson (Moore), Brian 
Franklin (North Hardin), Eric Martin 
(Fairdale), Cameron Mills (Dunbar), 
Travis Byars (Dunbar). 




1994 BOYS' ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 



Rashawn Morris 
Eric Martin 
Brian Franklin 
Jason Martin 
Thomas Jenkins 
Louis Richardson 
Joe Harney 
Frank Lee 
Patrick Saulsberry 
DeWayne Saulsberry 
Cameron Mills 
Travis Byars 



Fairdale 
Fairdale 
North Hardin 
Allen Central 
Allen Central 
Moore 

Cov. Holy Cross 
Boyd Co. 

Muhlenberg North 
Muhlenberg North 
PL Dunbar 
PL Dunbar 



1994 GIRLS' ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 



Jamie Walz 
Kyra Elzy 
Nicole Hay 
Brandi Calhoun 
Misty Geary 
Kristie Combs 
Vonda Jackson 
Michelle Bennett 
Stacy Shadburne 
Karen Flannery 
Marcia Webb 
Marrita Porter 



Highlands 
Oldham Co. 
Henderson Co. 
Henderson Co. 
Ohio Co. 
MC Napier 
Clay Co. 
Male 
Male 

Garrard Co. 
Bryan Station 
Butler 



1994 AWARD RECIPIENTS 
Girls 
JB Mansfield Award 

Crystal Parker (Garrard Co.) 
Dawahares Scholarship 
Amanda Reid (Clay Co.) 
SuperAmerica Scholarship 
Misty Eversole (MC Napier) 
TransFinancial Bank 
Apryl Van Sickle (Highlands) 

Boys' 
Ted Sanford Award 
Mark Jason Smith (Clay Co.) 
Dawahares' Scholarship 
Tim Flynn (University Heights) 
SuperAmerica Scholarship 
Paul Maglinger (Warren East) 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



12 I ATHLETE 



GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY 



1993 Class A Champion 

MINDY MARTIN 
Walton Verona 









Si 



1993 Class AA Champion 

ANNA RYAN 
Scott 




1993 Class AAA Champion 

RACHEL SANFORD 
Pulaski Southwestern 




■■■■ri 

Mov. 6, f 994 1 



Ky. Horse Park - Nov. 

Girls A 
4,000 Meters 
Team: 1 SI. Henry 66; 2 Fort Knox 84; 3 Berea 143; 
4Dayton148;5HickmanCo. 171; 6 Webster Co. 173; 
7 SI. Mary 184; 8 Owen Co. 187; 9 Caverna 201; 10 
Wallon-Verona 218; 11 Frankfort 240; 12 Oneida 
BaplisI 252; 1 3 Danville 261 ; 1 4 Allen Central 344; IS 
Painlsville 

Individual: 1 Mindy Martin, Walton-Verona 15:16.9; 
2 Belinda Byron, Trigg Co. 15:38.9; 3 Sara Ann 
Robinson, St. Camillus 15:40,3; 4 Kim Dinius, Fori 
Knox 15:50.0; 5 Holly Killmer, Kentucky Country Day 
15:52.1; 6 Dana Gilreath, Williamsburg 15:56.2; 7 
Hannah Jirak, Lexington Christian 15:59.2; 8 Megan 
Hoffman, Owsley Co. 15:59.2; 9 Tabatha Smith, Day- 
ton 16:01.0; 10 Erin Fields, Fort Knox 16:01.5; 11 
Laura Bodde, St. Henry 16:03.9; 12 llene Kelly, Lloyd 
Memorial 1 6:04.3; 13 Aubrey Durbln. St. Mary 16:06.8; 
14 Erica Horton, Caverna 16:08.1; 15 Jayme Clements, 
St. Henry 16:11.5; 16 Jennifer Garrett, Bellevue 
16:17.6; 17 Stephanie Long, Frankfort 16:19.4; 18 
Kristin Patton, Berea 1 6:23.8; 19 Erin Bryla, Fort Knox 
16:27.5; 20 Brandi Cecil, Hancock Co. 16:30.8; 21 
Tonya Herzner, Dayton 16:32.1; 22 Laura Brammell, 
Lexington Christian 16:34.6; 23 Paula Slown, Danville 
16:35.1; 24 Kate Stanton, St. Henry 16:39.7; 25 
Michelle Bodde, St. Henry 16:42.1 

Girls AA 
4,000 Meters 
Team: 1 Warren East 58; 2 Oldham Co. 85; 3 Notre 
Dame 127; 4 Western Hills 146; 5 Highlands 147; 6 
Greenwood 149; 7 Russell 160; 8 South Oldham 181; 
9 Owensboro 222; 10 Simon Kenton 266; 11 Paul 
Blazer 302; 12 Hart Co. 302; 13 Barren Co. 322; 14 
Elizabethtown 370; 15 Madison Southern 393; 16 
Fleming Co. 406; 17 Clay Co. 439 

Individual: 1 Anna Ryan, Scott 14:50.7; 2 Catoyia 
Brown, Owensboro 14:58.8; 3 Julleanne Wilkenlng, 
Oldham Co. 15:01 .1 ; 4 Lauren Edwards, Warren East 
15:02.1 ; 5 Jenny Koch, Western Hills 15:02.5; 6 Leah 
Ashwill, Warren East 15:05.0; 7 Chrlsti Johnston, 
HartCo.15:14.9;8 Kerry Wllson.OldhamCo. 15:24.3; 
9 Karen Lutes, Harrison Co. 15:34.5; lOPam Barnes, 
Greenwood 15:38.0; 11 Marci Logan, Allen Co.- 
Scottsville 1 5:42 .4; 1 2 Carmen Patrick, Fort Campbell 
15:43.4; 13 Marie Perry, Western Hills 15:45.5; 14 
Holly Higgins, Highlands 15:47.6; 15 Jessica Cockley, 
Western Hills 15:51.1; 16 Melanie Meeks, Warren 
East 15:55.1; 1 7 Missy Hoppius, Conner 16:03.9; 18 
Laura Leeper, Greenwood 16:05.0; 19LeslieMeyrose, 
Notre Dame 16:06.1; 20 Beth Tanner, Simon Kenton 
16:06.1; 21 Kim Murphy, Oldham Co. 16:08.7; 22 
Kellie Gussler, Paul Blazer 16:09.3; 23 Chasity Story, 
Warren East 16:1 0.9; 24 Carrie Auchter, Dixie Heights 
16:11.5; 25 Carey Sondgerath, Notre Dame 16:14.4 

Girls AAA 
4,000 Meters 
Team: 1 Daviess Co. 48; 2 Apollo 97; 3 Sacred Heart 
106; 4 Henderson Co. 120; 5 Pulaski Co. 123; 6 
Central Hardin 165; 7 Bell Co. 225; 8 Pulaski South- 
western 234; 9 Shelby Co. 242; 10 Seneca 266; 11 
CampbellCo. 277; 12 Ballard 287; 13 Holmes 310; 14 
Butler 332; 15 Southern 387; 16 Henry Clay 395; 17 
Mercy 457 

Individual: 1 Rachel Sanford, Pulaski Southwestern 
14:59.9; 2 Natalie Scruggs, Pulaski Co. 15:08.9; 3 
Cassle Newton, Daviess Co. 15:16.7;4Christy Helton, 
Campbell Co. 15:29.9; 5 Allison Brock, Bell Co. 
15:29.9; 6 Rachel Adams, Shelby Co. 15:31.4; 7 
Jennifer HIbbs, Daviess Co. 1 5:33.3; 8 Shanda Sloan, 
Daviess Co. 15:34.7; 9 Anna Adams, Daviess Co. 
15:35.3; 10 Sara Grayhill, Apollo 15:37.5; 11 Sydney 
Coetz, Apollo 15:38.4; 12 Emily Burroughs, Apollo 
15:39.4; 13Meagan Hunter, Henderson Co. 15:42.8; 
14 Sarah Hayden, Henderson Co. 1 5:47.8; 15 Brookley 
Longworth, Henderson Co. 15:49.2; 16 Amy Fraze, 
Sacred Heart 15:50.7; 17 Amanda Lynch, Ballard 
15:51.3; 18 Christina Morris, Sacred Heart 15:51.6; 
19 Colleen Guy, Sacred Heart 15:52.1; 20 Gretchen 
Sandefur, Pulaski Co. 15:54.3; 21 Tammy Howe, 
Daviess Co. 15:56.2; 22 Brynn Browder, Henderson 
Co. 1 5:56.7; 23 Shannon Yeand, Daviess Co. 15:56.2; 
24 Brooke Nash, Central Hardin 15:57.2; 25 Camon 
Baker, Madison Central 15:58.4 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



I ATHLETE 13 

GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY 




CLASS A CHAMPIONS 



ST. HENRY 



Front Row: (L-R) Michelle Bodde, Kate 
Stanton, Lisa Bodde. 
Standing: Coach Rick Townsend, Nova 
Colbertson, Coach Sandy Padgett, 
Jayme Clements, Laura Bodde, Anna 
FInke, Raymonda Miller. Coach Billy 
Howard, Coach Scott Brauch. 




CLASS A A CHAMPIONS 



WARREN EAST 



Front Row: (L-R) Melanie Meeks, 

Lauren Edwards, Leah Ashwill, Katie 

Thompson. 

Back Row: Coach Rob Bowers, Misty 

Fulcher, Jamie Barrick, Candi Harvey. 

Chasity Story, Melissa Glass. 




CLASS AAA CHAMPIONS 



DAVIESS COUNTY 



Front Row: (L-R) Cassie Newton, Anna 
Adams. 

Back Row: Jennifer Hibbs, Shanda 
Sloan, Shannon Yeand, Jennifer Pea- 
cock, Coach Will Pagan, Tammy Howe. 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



14 I ATHLETE 



BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY 






1993 Class A Champion 

HOUSTON BARBER 
Frankfort 



4: 






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1993 Class A A Champion 

THOMAS MURLEY 
Elizabethtown 




1993 Class AAA Champion 

CHARLIE MOORE 
Daviess County 




Ky. Horse Park - Nov. 6, J994 

Boys A 
5,000 Meters 
Team: 1 St.Henry65:2Cordia 100:3Walton-\/eronE 
139; 4 Fort Knox 140; 5 Bishop Brossart 161; { 
Frankfort 167; 7 Dayton 206; 8 Oneida Baptist 212; S 
Webster Co. 218; 10 Green Co. 27; IIEvarts 290; 12 
Portland Christian 291; 13 Danville 337; 14 Lse Co 
376; 15 Butler Co. 377; 16 Hickman Co. 378; V 
Williamstown 384; 18 Owen Co. 406; 19 Riverside 
Christian 501 

Individual: 1 Houston Barber, Frankfort 16:05.7; 2 
Cory Barnett, Fort Knox 16:09.7; 3 Ryan Smith, Walton- 
Verona 16:14.2; 4 Keith Combs, Cordia 16:20.0; 5 
Matt Ryan St. Henry 16:26.7; 6 Will Hodges, Green 
Co. 16:27.9; 7 Kevin Ryan, St. Henry 16:36.7; 8 Jefl 
Vondehaar, St Henry 16:37.3; 9 Bo Alexander, 
Hickman Co. 16:39.7; 10 Ben Ochsner, Bishop 
Brossart 16:40.7; 11 Mike Stadelman, Bishop Brossart 
16.41.0; 12Justin West, Bellevue 16:44.8; 13 Adam 
Wiley, Webster Co. 16:46.6; 14 Jason Reece, Port- 
land Christian 16:49.9; 15 Dennis McDowell, Oneida 
Baptist 16:51 .2; 16 TerenceCook, Cordia 16:52.1; 17 
Steve Kennedy, Dayton 16:52.6; 18 Bryan Combs, 
Cordia 16:53.3; 19 Brandon Higdon, Webster Co. 
16:53.9; 20 Ralph Huser, St. Henry 16:54.6; 21 David 
Hill, West Hopkins 16:55.6; 22 Jeremy Schroer, 
Walton- Verona 17:01.9; 23 Shannon Menning, Day- 
ton 1 7:08.0; 24 Russell Huffman, Danville 1 7:08.9; 25 
Tony Harden Bishop Brossart 17:12.6 

Boys AA 
5,000 Meters 
Team: 1 South Oldham 80; 2 Greenwood 119; 3 
Pendleton Co. 170; 4 Western Hills 177; 5 Warren 
East 204; 6 Elizabethtown 208; 7 Fleming Co. 209; 8 
Dixie Heights 216; 9 Owensboro 225; 10 Oldham Co. 
236; 11 Covington Catholic 252; 12 Marion Co 297; 
13 Allen Co.-Scottsville 314; 14 Paul Blazer 322; 15 
Barren Co. 338; 16 Russell 361; 17 Breckinridge Co. 
389; 18 Wayne Co. 390; 19 Adair Co. 466 

Individual: 1 ThomasMuriey, Elizabethtown 15:33.8; 
2 Joe Galloway, Pendleton Co. 16:11.9; 3 Mike 
Ferguson, Western Hills 16:20.9; 4 Wesley Palton, 
Owensboro 16:25.1; 5 Brandon McKinney, Warren 
East 16:27.0;6 Nathan Calvert, South Oldham 16:28.3; 
7 Adam Cross, Allen Co.-Scottsville 16:32.8; 8 Roy 
Jones, Allen Co.-Scotlsville 16:34.1; 9 Jason Harp, 
Oldham Co. 16:36.8; 10 Brian Alderman, Fleming Co. 
16:39.7; 11 Brandon Murley, Warren East 16:40.7; 12 
Brant Beard , Greenwood 16:40.7; 1 3 Robbie Hartman, 
Ryle 16:41 .4; 1 4 Matt Tabor, Greenwood 1 6:42.2; 15 
Ben White, South Oldham 16:42. 7; 16 Michael Brown, 
Wayne Co. 16:42.9; 17 Brian Henderson, Warren 
East 16:43 4; 18 John Spencer, Scott 16:47.1; 19 
Jake Bent, South Oldham 16:51.3; 20 Stewart 
Robinson, Presontsburg 16:54.1; 21 Clay Hunter, 
South Oldham 1 6:54.7;22 Todd Felker, Elizabethtovim 
16:55.1; 23 Michael Terry, Greenwood 16:55.4; 24 
Tony Art, Simon Kenton 16:58.2; 25 Jesse Self, 
Paducah Tilghman 16:59.4 

Boys AAA 

5,000 Meters 

Team : 1 Daviess Co. 73; 2 St. Xavier 90; 3 Trinity 1 1 2; 

4 North Hardin 152; SCampbell Co. 157;6 Butler 174; 
7 DeSales 180; 8 Male 183; 9 Pulaski Co. 190; 10 
Marshall Co. 211; 11 Central Hardin 280; 12 Holy 
Cross 352; 13 Jessamine Co. 390; 14 Pulaski South- 
western 396; 15 Boyd Co. 403; 1 6 Nelson Co. 404; 17 
Ballard 493; 18 Seneca 507; 19 Tates Creek 576 

Individual: 1 ChartieMoore, Daviess Co. 15:27.0; 2 
Scott Thomas, Central Hardin 1 5:39.0; 3 Bryan Purvis, 
Butler 1 5:50.0; 4 Luke Baker, Madison Central 15:57.0; 

5 Steve Bair, Daviess Co. 16:00.0; 6 Cart Morgan, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins 16:03.0; 7 Mike Lueke, 
Trinity 16:04.0; 8 Tony Brovm, St. Xavier 16:13.0; 9 
Brian Palmer, Marshall Co. 16:13.7; 10 Brian Lilly 
HolyCross 16:16.0; 11 DonnieCarnes, Campbell Co. 
16:22.0; 12 Ryan Knight, Male 16:24.0; 13 Josh 
Buffolino, Shelby Co. 16:25.0; 14 Marty Anderson, St. 
Xavier 16:25.9; 15 Ben Brantley, Trinity 16:26.0; 16 
Jon Kramer, DeSales 16:27.0; 17 Jason Filippazzo, 
Butler 16:30.0; 18 Tommy Noel, Male 16:32.0; 19 
Greg Singleton , St. Xavier 1 6:33.0; 20 Jason Vanover, 
Shelby Co. 16:34.0; 21 Andy Dobelstein, Atherton 
16:35.0; 22 Josh Helton, Campbell Co. 16:37.0; 23 
Tony Duncan, North Hardin 16:38.0;24Michael Koch, 
St. Xavier 16:38.7; 25 Aaron Harbolt, DeSales 16:39.0 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 




I ATHLETE 15 

mOYS' CROSS COUNTRY 



CLASS A CHAMPIONS 



ST. HENRY 



Front Row: (L-R) Ralph Huser. Matt 
Ryan. Brad Woodruff, Shawn Egan 
Standing: Coach Sandy Padgett, Coach 
Rick Townsend, Steve Woodruff, Brad 
Casey, Kevin Ryan, Jeff Vonderhaar, 
Coach Billy Howard, Coach Scott 
Brauch. 




CLASS AA CHAMPIONS 



SOUTH OLDHAM 



Front Row: (L-R) Nathan Calvert, Jake 
Bent, Ben White- 
Back Row: Clay Hunter, Kenny Tapp, 
Brent Gish, Sean Farrar, Mike Parker, 
Clay Lesak, Byrd Saylor, Mike 
Kronenberg. 



CLASS AAA CHAMPIONS 



DAVIESS COUNTY 



Front Row: (L-R) Eurel Maddox, David 

Clark, Steve Bair, Charlie Moore, Jon 

Eriksen. 

Back Row: Coach Tony Rowe, Jeremy 

Myers, Aaron Rice, Eddie Adams, Clint 

Heady, Brandon Swope, Derek Brown, 

Chris Lanham, Werner Gillium. 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



16 I ATHLETE 



CLASS A FOOTBALL 

BEECHWOOD TIGERS 




8 t'7 'sB. 5 .59^20. 42.. BBj 

52 30^45 



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First Row: Mgr Derek Eslep, NA, Todd Philippe, Andy Virol, Mgr. Andy Dietz, Brian Kelleher, Brian Biship, Jeff Schneider, fi/lgr. IWIatt Dietz. Second Row: Brent 
Dorsel, Shannon Huth, Kevin Ward, Ryan Redfield, Brian Keil, Brett Brockhoeft, Jake Gabbard, Bob Bell, Brian Driscoll. Third Row: Paul Wagner. Bob Burnett, 
Roy Lucas, Jim Procaccino, Mike Yeagie, John ft/lurray, Louis Brockhoeft, Rob Sloli, Tom Hergott Jr. Fourth Row: Jamie Tobin, Mike Bergs, Seth Wentz, Aaron 
Sleinhaus, Jason Bucklen, Dan Wainscott, Shane Bishop, Wasfi Bsisu. Fifth Row: Cam Demmerle, Tim Hagedorn. Kevin Hopkins, Ryan Smith, Josh Dearwater, 
Blake Berger, Matt l^^ngine. Sixth Row: Justin Long, Jeff Lubrecht, David Dungan, Brian Dietz, Chad Kinsella, Dustin Jones, Aaron Schachter, Chris Baxter. 
Seventh Row: David Burkhardt, Greg Hergott, Scott Zahler, Trey Tapke, Jim Eck, Chris Dreyer, Jason StefTen. Not pictured: Tom Massey. 



Beechwood 13, Bardstown 12 

LOUISVILLE - The Beechwood 
Tigers slipped and slided their way to 
their third consecutive Class A state title 
by defeating Bardstown 13-12 to kick off 
the 1993 State Football Championships 
at Cardinal Stadium. 

The Tigers from northern Ken- 
tucky became the first team to three-peat 
since Trinity accomplished the feat from 
1988-90 

The game was also a rematch of 
last year's state final which Beechwood 
won 21-14. 

With rain falling throughout much 
of the game, Beechwood coach Mike 
Yeagie held nothing back. The Tigers' 
offense started pouring it on from the 
beginning, as quarterback Greg Hergott 
hit receiver Jimmy Eck for a 46-yard pass 
completion. 

Eight running plays later, the 
three-peat Tigers were on the board after 
a 7-yard touchdown scamper by Jeff 



Lubrecht. He led all rushers for the game, 
finishing v^th 113 yards on 11 carries. 

After a Shane Bishop extra point, 
the score remained 7-0 until Bardstown's 
William Redd scored on a trick play with 
:07 left in the half. From 21 yards out, 
quarterback Jeff Floyd hit Toine Calbert 
in the flat. Calbert then pitched the ball 
back to the streaking Redd who took the 
ball into the endzone untouched. How- 
ever, Bardstown's extra point attempt went 
wide and Bardstown went to the 
lockerroom trailing by one. 

Beechwood then stretched the 
lead to seven thanks to a Bardstown 
fumble. Brett Brockhoeft dived in from the 
2-yard line with 5:48 left in the third 
quarter. Bishop, however, couldn't con- 
vert the PAT. 

Bardstown wasted no time clos- 
ing the gap. Beechwood fumbled the ball 
at its own 30, and eight plays later, Reggie 
Boggs ran in from the 6-yard line. The 
Tigers then went for the two-point conver- 
sion, but Redd was stopped at the three. 



Beechv/ood 7 6 0-13 

Bardstown 6 6 0-12 

Jeff Lubrecht-BW 7 yd run 3:01 (l)Shane Bishop 

PAT; William Red(J-BA pitch from Toine Calber 

from 21 yd Jeff Floyd pass :07 (2) PAT failed; Bret 

Brockhoeft - BW 2 yd run 5:48 (3)Bishop PAT 

failed; Reggie Boggs- BA 6yd run :05(3)run failed 

Rushing 

Beechwood: Lubrecht 11-113, Brockhoeft 17-43 

Zahler 6-23, Hergott 8-8; Bardstown: Young 1 9-70 

Boggs 10-33, Redd 10-26. 

Passing 

Beechwood: Hergott 2-2-0-68; Bardstown: Floyo 

13-8-1-54. 

Receiving 

Beechvrood: Eck 1 -46, Dearwater 1 -22; Bardstownt 

Boggs 3-1 8, Roby 4-35, Calbert 2-9. 

Bardstown Beechwood 



First Downs 


13 


8 


Net Rushing 


44-147 


44-169 


Net Passing 


9-77 


2-68 


Total Yards 


224 


237 


Fumbles-Lost 


2-1 


4-3 


Penalties 


1-15 


5-40 


Punts-Yards 


3-88 


2-80 


Posssession Time 


25:55 


22:05 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 




I ATHLETE 17 



CLASS A FOOTBAL 



at Murray (10-0) 30 





at Murray (1 1 -0) 1 4 






Todd Co. Central (2-8) 6 








at Crrttenden Co. (5-5)13 




at Murray (12-0) 9 














Heath (6-5) 6 




Heatti (5-5) 28 








South Hopkins (3-7) 7 




at Fulton Co. (11-1)0 








Bardstown (1 4-0) 1 2 






Fulton Co. (9-1)36 






at Fulton Co. (8-1)27 




Fulton Co. (10-1)22 




Fulton City (6-3) 1 4 














at Russellville (9-2) 17 






at Russellville (8-2) 27 








at Bardstown (1 0-0) 76 












at Bardstown (11-0) 33 






Henry Co. (5-5) 6 








at Harrodsburg (8-2) 27 




at Bardstown (12-0) 14 








Bardstown (1 3-0) 7 






Harrodsburg (9-2) 14 




i/Vashington Co. (5-5) 1 3 








Lex. Catholic (5-5) 














Campbellsville(9-2)12 








at Camptiellsville (8-2) 36 




Garrard Co. (12-) 13 




3reen Co (5-5) 














at Garrard Co. (11-0)4£ 






at Garrard Co (10-0)50 








at Newport Cath. (9-1)30 


1 p.m. 
Cardinal Stadium 


Beechwood (1 1 -3) 






at NewCath (1 0-1 ) 28 


Louisville, Kentucky 


1993 


Fairview (5-5) 






Class A 


at Raceland (5-5) 8 




at NewCath (11-1) 6 




Champion 










Lloyd (7-4) 14 




Lloyd Memorial (6-4) 42 








Paintsvllle (6-4) 20 




at Beechwood (9-3) 38 








Beechwood (1 0-3) 1 3 






Beechwood (7-3) 30 






at Beechwood (6-3) 41 




Beechwood (8-3) 15 




Dayton (5-5) 7 














at Paris (10-1) 18 






at Paris (9-1) 20 








at Hazard (8-2) 53 












at Hazard (9-2) 40 






Fleming-Neon (3-7) 








at Jenkins (7-3) 6 




at Hazard (10-2) 18 








Pikeville(12-1)13 






Lynn Camp (8-3) 6 




Lynn Camp (7-3) 35 








Phelps (4-5) 24 














Cumberland (8-3) 20 








at Cumberland (7-3) 69 




Pikeville(11-1)25 




Pinevilte(4-6)12 














atPikeville(10-1)54 






atPikeville(9-1)21 









1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



18 I ATHLETE 



CLASS AA FOOTBALL 

MAYFIELD CARDINALS 






50 . |.nG2 



35^. 5 -^2:7 






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First Row:Carson Gream, NA. Chris Walkins, Jay Hargrove, Travis Propes, Ronnie Coles, Chad Haley, Wade Dunn, Jeff Oliver, Jeremy Hughes, Craig Dick, Todd 
Slein. Second Row: Pal Fisher, NA, David Faulkner. Jaworski Cherry. Monlez Benjamin, Manuel Thomas, Justin Walker, Jerry Gore, NA, Chris Cowger, Russell 
Whaley. Third Row: Jason Rust. Chris Morris. Shane Lassiter. Michael Kemp. Alonzo Daniel. Jeff Concentine. Mikey Bright. Dennis Hidalgo, Jeff Tucker, Ceaphus 
Tyler. Fourth Row: Joe Watson, Kyle Clark, Brian Youngblood, Coach Jon Shell. Coach Tim Schlosser, Coach Bob Counts. Head Coach Paul Leahy. Coach Ron 
Bernard, Coach Joe Morris. Coach David Morris. Not pictured: Coach Tony Franklin. 



Mayfield 13, Prestonsburg 12 

LOUISVILLE - The third time was 
the charm. Two straight trips had yielded two 
straight disappointments for the Mayfield Ti- 
gers. 

But the third time, with a new coach 
and no team named Danville to face, Mayfield 
rallied to defeat Prestonsburg 13-12 in the 
second game of a triple-header at Cardinal 
Stadium. 

With the artificial turf completely 
soaked, Mayfield's Montez Benjamin scored 
on a 6-yard run with 4:38 left to propel the 
Tigers to their fifth state title. 

"We wanted to even the score," 
Mayfield coach Paul Leahy told the Courier- 
Joumal. "We had already won four and gone 
home runner-up five times. You have a great 
year, but you go home with that bad taste in 
your mouth and it stays with you all winter 
long. We wanted this one." 

It seemed as if no one wanted this 
game in the first half. The scoreboard showed 
goose-eggs until 6:09 left in the third quarter 
when Seth Hyden put Prestonsburg up with a 



7-yard run. After a missed PAT.theBlackcats 
led 6-0, 

Thomas Ratliff then added a 13- 
yard TD run to give the eastern Kentucky team 
a 12-0 lead with 8:32 remaining in the game. 
The conversion attempt failed. 

Then. Mayfield woke up. Quarter- 
back Russ Whaley immediately hit Benjamin 
for a 58-yard reception to the Prestonsburg 3- 
yard line. Ceaphus Tyler scored on the next 
play and Carson Gream added the PAT to cut 
the lead to 12-7. 

Prestonsburg then shot itself in the 
foot. A botched snap on a punt attempt from its 
own 21 , gave the ball back to Mayfield on the 
Blackcats 6-yard line. Two plays later, Ben- 
jamin scored from four yards out to give 
Mayfield the lead 13-12 with 4:38 remaining. 
The conversion failed. 

But Prestonsburg wouldn't quit. 
Hyden returned the ensuing kickoff 66 yards. 
Four plays later, Hyden jotted into the endzone 
from the four, but a holding penalty negated 
the score. After a incomplete pass, Ratliff then 
missed a 33-yard field goal with 1 :42 remain- 
ing by inches to the left. 



Prestonsburg 
Mayfield 



6 6-12 
13-13 



Seth Hyden-P 7 yd run 6:09 (3) John Stout PAT, 

failed; Thomas Ratliff-P 13 yd run 8:32 (4) rum: 

failed; Ceaphus Tyler-M 3 yd run 7:42 (4) Carson' 

Gream PAT; Montez Benjamin-M 4 yd run 4:38 (4) 1 

run failed. 

Rushing 

Mayfield: Benjamin 8-29, Haley 4-23, Bright 7-12; 

Pburg: Hyden 31 -118, Comette 9-51 , Garza 1 4-43. , 

Passing 

Mayfield: Whaley 1-1-0-58; Prestonsburg: Ratliff 

7-2-1-19. 

Receiving 

Mayfield: Benjamin 1-58; Pburg: Porter 1-10, 

Cornette 1 -9. 





Mayfield 


Pburg 


First Downs 


5 


15 


Net Rushing 


26-72 


57-182 


Net Passing 


1-58 


2-19 


Total Yards 


130 


201 


Fumbles-Lost 


4-3 


3-0 


Penalties 


3-25 


4-37 


Punts-Yards 


3-125 


2-59 


Posssession Time 


16:01 


31:59 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



I ATHLETE 19 




CLASS AA FOOTBALL 



layfield (7-3) 47 



Hi 


at Mayfield (8-3) 23 




at Mayfield (10-3) 28 


Mayfield (11 -3) 13 




Wluhlenberg S. (5-5) 




at Mayfield (9-3) 14 




at McLean Co. (9-1 ) 28 












McLean Co. (10-1)0 




'Caldwell Co. (6-4) 6 














Hancock Co. (6^)13 


Ft. Knox (10-3) 10 






at Webster Co. (7-3)20 






,3t Webster Co. (6-3) 20 




Webster Co (8-3) 




^t. Campbell (3-6) 13 












Ft. Campbell (4-6) 1 3 




,3t Owens. Cath. (9-1)6 








at Russell Co. (9-1) 14 






December 3 

4 p.m. 

Cardinal Stadium 

ouisville, Kentucky 

Prestonsburg (14-0) 12 






LaRue Co. (6-5) 21 






LaRue Co. (5-5) 21 




at Ft. Knox (9-3) 14 










at Fort Knox (7-3) 33 






Monroe Co. (5-5) 


at Ft. Knox (8-3) 28 
















Elizabethtown (5-5) 35 


L 
at Danville (13-0) 15 






Elizabethtown (6-5) 24 






at Allen Co.-S. (8-2)14 




Elizabethtown (7-5) 




Glasgow (4-6) 3 












at Bullitt East (8-3) 17 




at Bullitt East (7-3) 35 








at Danville (10-0) 70 




Mayfield (12-3) 


1993 




at Danville (11 -0)27 




Mad. Souttiern (6-4) 




at Danville (12-0) 33 


Class AA 


at Rockcastle Co (9-1) 46 




Champion 








Rockcastle Co. (10-1)0 




Mercer Co. (8-2) 








Corbin (5-5) 34 






(20T) 

Prestonsburg (1 3-0) 1 6 




1 


Corbin (6-5) 6 






lat Anderson Co. (8-2) 16 




Somerset (10-2)0 




Bourbon Co. (4-6) 13 












at Somerset (9-2) 23 




'at Somerset (8-2) 1 4 








at Russell (9-1) 20 












at Russell (10-1) 28 






Sheldon Clark (6-3) 




at Russell (11-1)0 










atWhltesburg(8-2)15 






East Carter (7-3) 25 


East Carter (8-3) 
















M.C.Napier (5-5) 8 






at Lawrence Co. (8-2) 1 4 


Lawrence Co. (9-2) 6 








Prestonsburg(12-0)21 










Lewis Co. (4-6) 8 






atPrestonsburg(1CK))54 


atPrestonsburg(11-0)51 

















1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



20 I ATHLETE 



CLASS AAA FOOTS ALB 

COVINGTON CATHOLIC COLONELS 




First Row: Matl Davey. Andy Meier, Joe Schreiner. Second Row: Brian Ford. Galen Healey, Brian Anderson. C.R. Adams. Greg Good, Jason Selegman, David 
Suetholz. Brian Thoss. Glenn Beard. Drew Guenlher Third Row: Jake Beil. Larry Gripshover. Mike Harbaugh, Sean Aytes, Jeff Woesle. Rick Woolf, Dan Meirose, 
Matt Humnnel, John Dailey Fouilh Row: Jeff Schumacher, Jeff Epplen. Jeremy Lenihan, Matt Foltz. Eric Ford, Don Haskell, Devin Overman, Adam Kallmeyer, 
Chris Blessing, Andy Zerhusen Fifth Row: Matt Ernst, Joel Luckman, Andy Shields, Brad Foike, James Adams, Matt Lutz. Rob Farrell. Derek Bosse. Bob Hussey. 
Sixth Row: Chris Allen. Rob Neuhaus. Mike Schneider. Dustin Hicks. Mike Lutz, Mitchell Jobe, Terry Farro, Rob Campbell. Carl Veith. Chris Pfeiffer. Seventh Row: 
Kevin Kleen. Andy Halloran, Pete Wehrman. Joe Geraci. Eric McDavid. Ben Belbot. Brian Raybourne. Matt Rabe. Brian Isler. Eighth Row: Matt Hollenkamp. Kevin 
Brummer, Bryce Calvert, Marty Hammond, Sean Oliver. Michael Berger. Scott Summe, Nick Depenbrock, Scott Doellman, Matt Dusing. Ninth Row: Trainer Marc 
Brewer, coaches Bob Fey, Bill Blasingame, Tim Hobbs, Bob Noll, Lynn Ray, Bob Bruno, Gary Schrader, Tevis Gray, Ron Beard. 



Covington Catholic 28, Lincoln Co. 13 

LOUISVILLE - His first run from 
scrimmage set the tone for Covington 
Catholic in the nightcap of a triple-header 
to decide the Class 3A Championship. 

Mitchell Jobe scampered 56 
yards within the first four minutes of the 
game -- and scored two more touch- 
downs later - as his CovCath Colonels 
defeated Lincoln County 28-13, 

Jobe's final marks of 18 carries 
for 199 yards also stole the spotlight from 
Lincoln County's Mr. Football selection, 
Jeremy Simpson. 

Simpson, the state's leading 
rusher during the regular season, carried 
the ball 31 times for 127 yards and one 
ID. He finished the season with 3,044 
yards. 

Simpson's lone score came at 
the 5:08 mark of the first quarter, a 33- 
yard run for his 46th ID of the year His 
score and the PAT tied the game 7-7. 

But that was as close as Lincoln 



County would come to the Colonels the 
rest of the evening. 

With just seconds left in the rain- 
soaked first quarter, CovCath quarter- 
back Dustin Hicks picked up a fumble by 
Jobe and scored from 10-yards out. 

The Colonels then washed out 
any chance the Patriots had of coming 
back in the second quarter. 

Following a Simpson fumble of 
a punt at his own 5-yard line, Jobe scored 
his second touchdown with 8;28 left in the 
half. Then, with 2 53 left in the half, Jobe 
broke loose for another 56-yard run to 
give the Colonels the lead 28-7 while 
shutting the door on Lincoln County. 

CovCath finished the season 1 4- 
1 " losing only to powerful Cincinnati 
Moeller ~ and added its third football 
state title to its trophy case. 

Simpson, meanwhile, ended his 
high school career on the sidelines. With 
2;58 left in the game, he was hit hard by 
Chris Blessing after catching a 7-yard 
pass from J Smith. 



Cov. Catholic 
Lincoln County 



14 14 
7 



0-28 
6-13 



CC-Mltchell Jobe 56 yd run 8:31(1) Rob Farrel 

PAT; LC-Jeremy Simpson 33 yd run 5:08 (1 ) Dave 

Francis PAT; CC-Dustin Hicks 10 yd fumble ret 

:09 (1) Farrell PAT; CC-Jobe 5 yd run 8:28 (2; 

Farrell PAT; CC-Jobe 56 yd run 2:53 (2) Farrel 

PAT; LC-Julian Gander 6 yd run 1 :05 (4) pass 

failed. 

Rushing 

LC: Simpson 31-127-1; Smith 3-15; Lucas 5-14 

Gander 5-1 3-1 . CC: Jobe 1 8-1 99-3; Hicks 5-60-1 

Dailey 3-24. 

Passing 

LC; Smith 9-5-1-49; CC: Hk;ks 12-5-0-45. 

Receiving 

LC: Miracle 5-154; CC: Oliver 1-30, Jobe 1-10. 

Lincoln Co. CovCath 



First Dovms 


14 


14 


Net Rushing 


48-176 


28-287 


Net Passing 


5-49 


5^ 


Total Yards 


225 


332 


Fumbles-Lost 


3-1 


1-0 


Penalties 


5-35 


5-34 


Punts-Yards 


1-5 


3-19 


Posssession Time 


30:56 


17:04 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



I ATHLETE 21 




CLASS AAA FOOTBALL 



at Graves Co. (1 0-0) 





at Graves Co. (11 -0) 20 






Franklin-Simpson (6-4) 


Warren Central (9-2) 22 








at Warren Central (1 0-2) 7 




at Warren Central (8-2) 












Hopkinsville (6-3) 












at Wan-en Cental (11 -2) 7 




Bowling Green (8-2) 




Lincoln Co. (13-1)13 






Bowling Green (9-2) 20 






at Pad. Tilghman (6-3) 


at Owensboro (1 1 -0) 1 2 


Bowling Green (10-2)0 








Calloway Co. (3-7) 














atOwensboro(IO-O) 














at Meade Co. (7-3) 








at Meade Co. (8-3) 38 






Woodford Co. (5-5) 


South Oldham (6-5) 12 








at Meade Co. (W) 






at South Oidtiam (5-5) 




Lincoln Co. (12-1)32 








Marion Co. (6-4) 














Franklin Co. (3-7) 










Nelson Co. (9-2) 7 








at Nelson Co. (8-2) 


at Lincoln Co. (10-1)35 


Lincoln Co. (11 -1)28 








Barren Co (5-5) 














at Lincoln Co. (9-1) 








atCov. Cattiolic(9-1) 


7 p.m. 


Covington Catholic (14-1) 






atCovCath (10-1)41 


Louisville, Kentucky 


1993 


Montgomery Co. (6^) 


Simon Kenton (8-3) 




Class AAA 




atCovCath(11-1)7 




Champion 


at Boyd Co. (7-3) 












Simon Kenton (7-3) 












atCovCath(12-1)48 






Harrison Co. (8-2) 




Cov. Catholic (1 3-1 ) 28 






at Highlands (8-3) 26 






at Highlands (7-3) 


Conner (7^) 29 OT 


Conner (8^) 3 








Conner (6-4) 














at Paul Blazer (7-3) 














at Bell Co. (10-0) 








at Bell Co. (11-0)34 






Clay Co. (3-6) 


Breathitt Co. (8-3) 








at Bell Co (12-0) 27 






at Breathitt Co. (7-3) 




Bell Co. (13-0)14 








Knox Central (6^) 














Belfry (4-6) 










Cawood (10-1) 12 








at Cawood (9-1 ) 


at Leslie Co. (8-2) 29 


Leslie Co. (9-2) 








Pulaski SW (2-8) 














at Leslie Co. (7-2) 









1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



22 I ATHLETE 

CLASS AAAA FOOTBALL 



MALE BULLDOGS 




X?: 






=11 










First Row: Antuan Wordlow. Doug Carter. Joel Underwood, Juan Price. Clark Longhoffer. Tywone Grady, Chris Pointer. T.J. Lanier, Alvin Lloyd, Brian Martin, Ken Brinley, 
Scott Blair Second Row: Matt Menefee, Ken Caldwell. Shane Harding. Ashley Sullivan. Roy Beeler. Da Juan Daugherty, Don Bibb. Danny Mosby. Woodrow Elliott, Charies 
Carter, Anthony White, Paul Teater Third Row: Brian Dennison. Chris Fears, Jamie Mumford, Chris Redman, Ibn Green, Rashad Holman, Brent Byers, Ronnie Covington, 
Devin Peterson, Andre Franklin, Wilbur Hackett, Tim Bohn Fourth Row: Todd Bradley, Steve Herron, Gary Settles, Jason Coffey, Joe Davis, William Addison, John Alford, 
Julian Davreon. Lament Perry, Tracy Pike, Aaron Walter, Adam Burns Fifth Row: Brian West, Korrey l^attingly. Matt Meehan. Kevin Chatman. La Kunta Farmer, Brent 
Hudson, Jeremy Mudd. Patrick Murphy, Dan Borsch. Jason Bigg. Stephen Butler. Sixth Row: Herbert Reese, Jason Duke, Mike Daniels, John Stammerman, Chris Vaughn. 
Shawn Phelps, Brian Duncan, Robert Walker. Jason Schmidt. Brian Evans. Tony Driver Seventh Row: Coaches Jim Thompson. Danny White. Larry Williams, Alan Davis, 
stats Al Bradley and Bill Swann, Coach Bob Redman, Fred Gerlach, Mgrs Melanie Brown. Carne Williams. Lauren Rogers, Shannon Thompson Eighth Row: Mgrs. Keitti 
Thompson, Doug Dawson, Coach Mike Stammerman. stat Bruce Jarboe 



Male 29, Shelby County 7 

LOUISVILLE - With just four 
and one-half minutes remaining, Shelby 
County was looking to tie the game. The 
Rockets were just one yard away. Male 
was just trying to play defense. 

But when the Bulldogs' Dameon 
Wardlow found a fumble behind the line 
of scrimmage, and proceeded to scam- 
per 96 yards for a touchdown, Male had 
all but sealed the victory and the state 
title. 

The all-time winningest football 
program in Kentucky then turned open 
the faucet and flowed to a 29-6 win turn- 
ing a tight ballgame into a washout. 

Male won its fourth Class 4A 
state title and its first since 1964. 

After a scoreless first half, the 
Bulldogs took a 14-0 lead on two Chris 
Redman scoring passes to Ibn Green. 
The first covered 23 yards with 10:36 left 
in the third quarter. The second TD pass 
came with just 4:33 left in the quarter and 



covered 20 yards. 

After the Rockets' Montas Allen 
scooped up a blocked punt and returned 
it 25 yards for a score with just :07 re- 
maining in the third quarter, the lead was 
seven and the fireworks were about to 
begin. 

Shelby County intercepted a 
Redman pass near midfield and drove 
the ball down to the Male 1-yard line On 
fourth and goal from the one. Rocket 
quarterback Dwan McKnight dropped the 
ball in the backfield and Wardlow's scoop 
and scamper sealed the win. The two- 
point conversion pass from Twyon Grady 
to Jason Schmitt made the lead 22-7. 
And just like that, Shelby County's chance 
for victory had ended. 

Wardlow's fumble return marked 
the third week in a row Male had returned 
a fumble for a touchdown. 

The Bulldogs added one more 
touchdown when Alvin Lloyd broke free 
on a 47-yard run with 2:24 left. 



Male 

Shelby County 



14 15 -29 
7 — 7 



M-lbn Green 23 pass from Chris Redman 1 0:3S 
(3) Robert Walker PAT; M-Green 20 pass frotni 
Redman 4:33 (3) Walker PAT; SC-Montas Allert, 
25 yd blocked punt ret. :07(3) Brad MuuIigarHi 
PAT; M-Dameon Wardlow 96 yd fumble retumil 
4:33 (4) Twyon Grady pass from Jason Schmitti 
conversion; M-Alvin Lloyd 47 yd run 2:24 (4)" 
Walker PAT. 

Rushing 

SC: McKnight 1 1-61; Wilson 7-27; Caldwell 6 

24; Taylor 8-30. M: Lloyd 9-76; Bradley 1 3-33. 

Passing 

SC: Brooks 2-0-1-0; M: Redman 19-7-1-22. 

Receiving 

M: Green 2-43-2; Wardlow 2-19 





Shelby Co. 


Male 


First Downs 


7 


7 


Net Rushing 


46-169 


25-114 


Net Passing 


0-0 


7-72 


Total Yards 


169 


186 


Fumbles-Lost 


6-5 


0-0 


Penalties 


1-5 


2-10 


Punts-Yards 


1-25 


2-16 


Posssession Time 


28:39 


19:21 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



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CLASS AAAA FOOTBALL 



at Christian Co. (5-5) 30 





Central Hardin (2-9) 14 




Shelby Co. (9-4) 7 




Central Hardin (1-9) 36 


at Shelby Co. (6^) 53 






at Shelby Co. (5-4) 45 


Shelby Co. (7^) 28 








at Shelby Co. (8-4)16 








Madisonville(7-3)14 














Bullitt Central (4-6) 1 2 






at Daviess Co. (4-6) 


Bullitt Central (5-6) 12 






at North Hardin (10-1) 41 


at North Hardin (11 -1)21 




Marshall Co. (5-5) 










at North Hardin (9-1) 34 












at Butler (9-1) 28 






December 4 

4 p.m. 

Cardinal Stadium 

ouisvllle, Kentucky 

Male (13-1) 29 




Central (5-5) 6 


Butler (11-1) 7 






Eastern (8-2) 






at Eastern (7-2) 26 


Butler (11-1) 21 








Butler (12-1) 6 




Holy Cross' (4-6) 17 
















Trinity (6-3) 32 








Trinity (7-3) 31 






at Valley (7-3) 8 


at Ballard (8-2) 7 


Trinrty (8-3) 




PRP (5-5) 
















at Ballard (7-2) 7 








at DeSales (7-3) 23 




Male (14-1) 




DuPont Manual (5-5) 


at DeSales (8-3) 


L 


1993 


St. Xavier (9-2) 13 




Class AAAA 


at St. Xavier (8-2) 35 


St. Xavier (10-2) 17 




Champion 




at Male (12-1) 14 




Iroquois (6-4) 1 2 










Fern Creek (7-3) 55 










at Fairdale (6^) 22 


Fern Creek (8-3) 12 






at Male (10-1) 54 


Male (11-1) 21 




Southern (4-6) 21 










at Male (9-1) 55 












at Boone Co. (8-2) 35 










Jessamine Co. (3-7) 


at Boone Co (9-2) 43 






Clark Co. (6-5) 






at Clark Co. (5-5) 20 


at Boone Co. (10-2)9 








Boone Co. (11-2) 7 




Campbell Co. (6^)14 










North Laurel (5-5) 












Bryan Station (10-1) 14 






atBryanStatk)n(9-1)33 


at South Laurel (7^) 13 


Bryan Station (11 -1)6 








Lafayette (4-6) 14 














at South Laurel (6-4) 42 









1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



24 I ATHLETE 




10-YEAR-OLD CHAMP 

Rachel Sanford, a fifth-grader at Southern Elementary in Somerset, crossed the finish 
line first to win the girls' Class 3A state title for Southwestern Pulaski in '93. Sanford, 
just 10-years-old, is in the Class of 2001. She is the youngest competitor to win a state 
title in modern-day KHSAA history. 



GET UP 

Male's Kendria Braxton (right) drives the 
lane for two against Clay County's Vonda 
Jackson during the 1994 Girls' Sweet 16. 



'3 



•«H.ir 




SET TIME 

Assumption's Anne Kordes (4), sets up Annie Filley (15) for a 
spike in the 1993 State Volleyball Championships. Kordes was 
named MVP for leading her team to Its second consecutive state 
title. 



SWEET #20 

Dayton senior Adrienne Hundemer recorded her 20th state 
track title when she anchored her team's 1600-Meter Relay 
squad at the '94 Championships. Hundemer won four titles thist 
year and set a state record in the 100-M High Hurdles (14.7), 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



i ATHLETE 



25 




OH, NO! 

iPaul Dunbar's Brad Jiullanti prepares for the pain of blocking this blast delivered by 
iBallard's Bnen Baltzell (3) during the 1993 Boys' Soccer Championship. Baltzell and 
Co also delivered a 1-0 victory to the defending state champs. 



ANOTHER BLAST 

After trailing by three strokes heading into 
the final round, Montgomery County's 
Bryce Walker shot a 76-71-147 to defeat 
defending champ Adam Grogan by four. 




-ATHER-SON 

^ale head coach Bob Redman coach's his son ~ junior quarter- 
back Chris Redman - during the dovi'npour of the 1993 Class 
lA State Football Championship Male defeated Shelby County 
19-7 to win its first state title since 1964. 



POWERFUL DRIBBLE 

Covington Holy Cross junior Joe Harney heads up court against 
Muhlenberg North during the '94 Boys' Sweet 16. The ball 
appears deflated in the photo. 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



26 I ATHLETE 



GIRLS' GOLF 

October 12-13, 1993 • Elizabethtown Country Club 




1993 GIRLS' TEAM CHAMPION 
SACRED HEART 

(L-R) Kristen Beystehner, Maggie Woods, Kennetta Diehlman, Heather Kraus 



Girls Team Results 

Sacred Heart 733 

Franklin Co. 738 

North Hardin 747 

Somerset 776 

Union Co. 794 

Daviess Co. 803 

Casey Co. 803 

Greenwood 808 

Madison Central 810 

Murray 827 

Mason Co. 829 

Bowling Green 843 

Johnson Central 846 

Shelby Co. 856 

Mayfield 863 

Owen Co. 867 

South Oldham 880 

Paintsville 900 



Individual Results 
(TOP 50) 

HeatherKraus, Sacred Heart 77-80, 157 
Sharon Park, Henry Clay 80-79, 159 
Ashley Smith, Greenwood 81-80, 161 
Jean Marie Lawson, Glasgow 84-81, 
165; Brandi Stevenson, Logan Co. 83- 
83, 166; Amy Robinson, Somerset 85- 
82, Kellie Brown, North Hardin 84-84, 
168, Jenny Righmyer, Daviess Co. 88- 
81, 169; Angel Manners, Conner 88-81, 
169; Rebecca Burkhart, Madison Cen- 
tral 84-85, 169; Mary McCormick, Ballard 
85-85, 170; Andria Beeler, Casey Co. 
82-88, 170; Chris Falconer, Franklin 
Co. 91-83; Rachel Hazelett, Johnson 
Central 88-86; Jamie Hagedorn, Union 
Co. 87-88, 175; Angle Tyler, Franklin 
Co. 87-88, 175; Joy Roach, Murray 92- 
85, 177; Carrie Bryant, Franklin-Simpson 
89-88, 177; Kelly Beth Simmons, Lex- 
ington Christian 88-90, 178; Kennetta 
Diehlman, Sacred Heart 88-90, 178; 
Julie Bourne, Somerset 87-91, 178; 
Mandy Cecil, North Hardin 88-92, 180; 
Jenny Thogmorton, Heath 86-94, 180; 
Sami Montgomery, Casey Co. 94-88, 
182; Diana Camacho, Grant Co. 90-92, 



182; Ashley Sanders, Boyle Co. 88-94, 
182; Kari Duncan, Union Co. 89-97, 
186; Sherri Eden, Madison Central 99- 
88, 187; Whitney Crutcher, North 
Hardin 91-96, 187; Johnna Massey, 
Heath 98-90, 188; Shannon Smither, 
Franklin Co. 96-92, 188; Lisa 
Wentworth, Dixie Heights 95-93, 188; 
Carrie Cornelius, Lincoln Co. 93-95, 
188, Diane Gahafer, Assumption 98- 
91, 189, Kristen Beystehner, Sacred 
Heart 95-95, 190; Katie Kruer Notre 
Dame 98-93, 191; Tia Rouse, Mayfield 
97-94, 191; Tara Taylor, Western Hills 
95-96, 191; Emily Scearce, Shelby Co. 
93-98, 191; Kelly Green, Madisonville- 
NH 93-99, 192; Amy Crowder, Monroe 
Co. 94-98, 192; Kellie Chouinard, Ma- 
son Co. 99-94, 193; Jessica Zink, 
Marion Co. 97-96, 193; Mary Harris, 
Madison Central 97-96, 193; Brittany 
Henson, Graves Co. 98-97, 1 95; Jaime 
Wesley, Casey Co. 97-98, 195; Mandy 
Perry, Rowan Co. 94-101, 195; Sarah 
Allen, Hopkinsville 98-99, 197; Brandi 
Wilson, Pulaski SW 97-100, 197; Mary 
Ellen Leasure,Madisonville-NH 91-106, 
197. 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 




1993 GIRLS' INDIVIDUAL CHAMPION 

HEATHER KRAUS 

Sacred Heart 



I ATHLETE 27 



BOYS' GOLF 



October 14-15, 1993 • Lincoln Trail Country Club • Vine Grove 



Boys Team Results 



St. Xavier 


635 


Daviess Co. 


638 


Middlesboro 


638 


Elizabethtown 


650 


Montgomery Co. 


652 


Glasgow 


661 


Somerset 


665 


Covington Catholic 


665 


Grant Co. 


667 


Larue Co. 


669 


Boyd Co. 


669 


Shelby Co. 


670 


Paducah Tllghman 


673 


Henderson Co. 


673 


Murray 


682 


DeSales 


684 


Casey Co. 


691 


Bowling Green 


699 


Mason Co. 


712 


Russell 


713 


Ryle 


742 




1993 BOYS' TEAM CHAMPION 

ST. XAVIER 

(L-R) Keith Hoard, Chris Mueller, Mickey Mattingiy, Brad Hartfield, 

Coach Marty Donlon 




1993 BOYS' INDIVIDUAL CHAMPION 

BRYCE WALKER 

Montgomery County 



Individual Results 
(Top 50) 

Bryce Walker, Montgomery Co 76-71, 
147, Adam Grogan, Murray 73-78, 151; 
Derrick Centers, Somerset 74-78, 152; 
Eric Mason, Owsley Co. 77-76, 153; 
Kevin Gordon, Middlesboro 78-77, 155; 
Mickey Mattingiy, St. Xavier 78-77, 
155, Chuck Givin, Grant Co. 79-76, 
155; Tony Yager, Daviess Co. 77-78, 
155; Brad Hartfield, St. Xavier 77-78, 
155; Chris Ramey, Paducah Tilghman 
76-79, 155; Kevin Childers, George 
Rogers Clark 79-77, 1 56; Andy Games, 
Elizabethtown 79-77, 156; Scott Penick, 
Ballard 77-79, 156; Elliott Waite, Lou- 
isville Collegiate 77-79, 156; E.P. 
Scherer, Ballard 75-81, 156; Derek 
Ford, Larue Co. 85-72, 157; Jesse 
Rooker, Calloway Co. 79-78, 157; 
Michael Ries, Covington Catholic 77- 
80, 157; Kris Maffet, Elizabethtown 82- 
76, 158; Jeremy Rincher, Daviess Co. 
79-79, 158; Jimmie McKenzie, Boyd 
Co. 78-80, 1 58; Josh Price, Middlesboro 
77-82, 1 59; John Lee, Cumberland Co. 



84-76, 160; Jay Knight, Daviess Co. SO- 
SO, 160; Wes Furnish, Harrison Co. SO- 
SO, 160; Josh Lee, Boyle Co 80-80, 160; 
Cory Kirk, Middlesboro 79-81, 160; Trey 
Schott, Oldham Co. 83-78, 161; Randy 
Lillard, Grant Co. 81-80, 161; Tim Steele, 
DeSales 80-81, 161; Ron Layman, 
Grayson Co 79-82, 161 ; Cedric Hamilton, 
Casey Co. 78-83, 161; Chris Mueller, St. 
Xavier 76-85, 161; Jace Bugg, Henderson 
Co. 81-81, 162; Greg Arnett, Taylor Co. 
81-81, 162; Travis Elam, Tates Creek 77- 
85; Jonathan Belcher, Glasgow S2-81, 
163; Mike Guthrie, Heath 82-81; Major 
Gabbard, Hazard 81-82, 163; Scott Bolln, 
Garrard Co. 78-85, 163; Matt Hermann, 
Trinity 76-87, 163; Eric Stuart, Henderson 
Co. 83-81, 164; Casey Watkins, 
Middlesboro 85-79, 164; Keith Hoard, St. 
Xavier S2-S2, 164; Willie Chadwell, Clay 
Co. 82-82, 164; Josh Hellman, Trinity 80- 
84, 164; Mason Guy, Montgomery Co. 
84-81, 165; Benji Marrs, Glasgow 83-82, 
165; Steve Oliver, Elizabethtown 82-83, 
165; Mike Keown, Hancock Co. 82-83, 
165. 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



28 I ATHLETE 



SOCCER 

November 13, 1994 • Woodford County Park • Versailles, Kentucky 



MALE LADY BULLDOGS 




GIRLS' SOCCER 
TOURNAMENT RESULTS 

Regional Finals 

Henderson Co. 4, Marshall Co. 1 

Male 3, DuPont Manual 

Oldham Co. 4, Eastern 2 

Boone Co. def. St. Henry 

Cov Holy Cross 2, Notre Dame 1 

Montgomery Co. 3, Pendleton Co. 1 

Lexington Catholic def. Lafayette 

Tates Creek def. Henry Clay 

Quarterfinals 
Male 4, Henderson Co. 
Boone Co. 3, Oldham Co. 2 
Holy Cross 2, Montgomery Co. 1 
-| Lexington Catholic 1 , Tates Creek 

Senriifinals 

Male 5, Boone Co. 2 

Lexington Catholic 3, Cov. Holy Cross 2 



Finals 

Male 3, Lexington Catholic 1 



Front Row: Kathy Donnenberg, Michelle Bennett. Kneeling: Jill Bowman, Kimi McDaniel, Laura Breeden, 
Mandie Powers, Sarah Kaiser, Alison Davis, Melissa Buck. Standing: Coach Rick Underwood, Meagan 
Powers, Emily Dausman, TeciaTimmel, Ashley Frick, Jennifer Davis, Lauren Hook, Carrie Allison, Andrea 
Johnson, Heather Burgin, statistician Rod Bennett. Not pictured: Asst. Kathy Wolfson. 



BALLARD BRUINS 



BOYS' SOCCER 
TOURNAMENT RESULTS 

Regional Finals 

Paducah Tilghman 3, Madisonville 2 (OT) 

Elizabethtown 2, Central Hardin 1 

Male 2, DuPont Manual 1 (OT) 

Ballard 2, Walden 

South Oldham 2, Franklin Co. 

Paul Dunbar 3, Henry Clay 1 

Dixie Heights 4, Cov. Holy Cross 

Montgomery Co. 1, Somerset 

Quarterfinals 

Paducah Tilghman 1 , Ellzabethtovwi 

Ballard 3, Male 2 

Dunbar 2, South Oldham 

Dixie Heights 3, Montgomery Co. 

Semifinals 

Ballard 3, Paducah Tilghman 1 

Dunbar 1 , Dixie Heights 



Finals 
Ballard 1 , 




Dunbar 



First Row: (L-R) Brien Baltzell, John Alegnani, Derek Wright, Rob Heideman, Garrett Brown, Jason 
Cronan, Todd Yochim. Second Row: Brandon Panariello, Ben Crawford, Nash Owen, Franklin Fuchs, Jeff 
Hicks, Jon Baker. Third Row: John Southard, Mike Hamann, Jeff Karch, Shawn Wachsman, Paul Godwin. 
Fourth Row: Cooper Robertson, David Wright, Greg Wilier, Coach Toby Wilcox. 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



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29 




SOFTBALL 



June 2-4, 1994 • Jack Fisher Park • Owensboro, Kentucky 



CHRISTIAN COUNTY LADY COLONELS 




Front Row: Kristie Wadley, Lisa Dulin, Jennifer Shelton, Catasha Jordan. Second Row: 
Lee Ann Wade, Leigh Cansler, Jeri Lynn Adams, Mandy IVIayton, Tara Pryor, Annie 
Austin. Third Row: Coach Amy Snead, Amy Pryor, Jaime Zwick, Stacy Kemp, Shaza 
Dulin, Kayce Fields, Kristy Zwick. Fourth Row: Coach Alicia Lancaster, Tammy Hayes, 
Laura Swinney, Stephanie Leawell, Tammy Hancock, Stephanie White, Jaime Stokes, 
Desiree White, Coach Jim Perrin. 



WINNER'S BRACKET 

first Round 

Hickman Co. 4, Boone Co 

Breathitt Co. 7, Male 2 

Warren East 4, Greenup Co. 1 

Lou Holy Cross 6, Bishop Brossart 1 

Christian Co. 12, North Laurel 5 

Green Co. 9, Shelby Co. 5 

Jessamine Co. -- bye 

Owensboro Catholic -- bye 

Second Round 

Warren East 11, Hickman Co. 3 
jChnstian Co. 4, Jessamine Co. 2 
||Green Co. 4, Holy Cross 2 
Owensboro Catholic 8, Breathitt Co. £ 

Semifinals 

Christian Co 4, Warren East 3 

Owensboro Catholic 12, Green Co. 4 



LOSER'S BRACKET 

First Round 

Greenup Co. 1, Boone Co. 

Shelby Co. 6, Bishop Brossart 5 

Second Round 

Male 5, Hickman Co. 3 

Lou Holy Cross 5, North Laurel 4 

Breathitt Co. 23, Greenup Co. 3 

Jessamine Co. 9, Shelby Co. 1 

Third Round 

Male 9, Jessamine Co. 6 

Lou. Holy Cross 11, Breathitt Co. : 

Fourth Round 

Warren East 3, Holy Cross 2 

Male 5, Green Co. 

Semifinals 

Warren East 9, Male 4 



FINAL ROUND 

Winner's Bracket Final 

Christian Co. 8, Owensboro Cath. 3 

Loser's Bracket Final 

Warren East 4, Owensboro Cath. 3 

Final 

Christian Co. 5, Warren East 

Championship 

ChristianCo 003 020 0-- 5 10 1 

Warren East 000 000 0-0 5 2 

WP- Mandy Mayton. LP-TricIa Swindle. 3B- 

LaTosha Jordan (CO). 

Records - Christian Co. 37-6, Warren East 

43-5. 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



30 I ATHLETE 



TEAM SWIMMING 



■h 



■I 





February 18-19, 1994 


1994 RESULTS 




Girls- Top 25 






1 . Notre Dame 


281 


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2. Bowling Green 


206 


vl 


3. Ballard 


192 


K^ 


4. Sacred Heart 


173 


i^ 


5. Scott 


171 


IL 


6. Henry Clay 


160 




7. Model 


133 




8. Beechwood 


118 
89 






9. Highlands 




9. Daviess Co. 


89 




1 1 Tates Creek 


74.5 




12. DuPont Manual 


63 




12. Paul Dunbar 


63 




12. Male 


63 




15. Scott Co. 


50 




15. Dixie Heights 


50 




17. Atherton 


49 


i 


17. Lexington Catholic 


49 


1 


19. Franklin Co. 


36 




20. Lexington Christian 


33 


21 . Johnson Central 


23 


22. Elizabethtown 


21 


23 Villa Madonna 


20 


24. Brown 


17 




25 Henderson Co. 


15 




BOYS' TOP 25 






1 St X 


420 




2, Highlands 


289 


mm 


3 Ballard 


189 




4 Covington Catholic 


188 




5. Bowling Green 


163 


1 


6 Model 


135 


ft 


7. Danville 


101 


k 


8. Lafayette 


83 


w 


9. Shelby Co. 


78 




10. Henry Clay 


70 




11. Eastern 


68 




12. Paul Dunbar 


65 




13. Daviess Co. 


62 




14. Scott 


56 




15. Trinity 


40 




16. Elizabethtown 


39 




16. Madisonville-NH 


39 




18. Woodford Co. 


32 




19. Western Hills 


31 


20. Hopkinsville 


25 


20. Male 


25 


22. Sayre 


21 


23. Tates Creek 


20 




24. Dixie Heights 


14 




24. South Hopkins 


14 




COMBINED TEAM 






1. Ballard 


381 




2. Highlands 


378 




3. Bowling Green 


369 




4, Model 


268 




5, Henry Clay 


230 




6. Scott 


227 




7. Daviess Co. 


151 




8. Paul Dunbar 


128 




9. Tates Creek 


94.5 




10. Male 


88 




10. Shelby Co. 


88 




12. Dixie Heights 


64 




13. Lexington Catholic 


62 




14. Elizabethtown 


60 




15. Madisonville-NH 


41 




16. Western Hills 


34 




16. Woodford Co. 


34 




18. Hopkinsville 


30 


19. Henderson Co. 


17 


20 Owensboro 


12 





Lancaster Aquatics Center • University of Kentucky 




ST. XAVIER -- 1994 Boys' Champions 




1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



5 ATHLETE 



31 



^INDIVIDUAL SWIMMING 



Girls 200 R-Medley 


1 


Bowing Green 


2 


Scott 


3 


Henry Clay 


4 


Sacred Heart 


5 


Notre Dame 


6 


Paul Dunbar 


7 


Model 


8 


Daviess County 


Girls 200 IM 


1 


Schroder, Michelle 


2 


Roberts, Diana 


3 


Kell, Allison 


4 


Dexter, Andi 


5 


Wagner, Ashley 


6 


Carter, Brooke 


7 


Musk, Ellen 


8 


Parsons, Susan 


Boys 200 R-Medley 


1 


St. Xavier 


2 


Highlands 


3 


Gov, Catholic 


4 


Danville 


5 


Lafayette 


6 


Trinity 


7 


Henry Clay 


8 


Elizabethtown 


Boys 200 IM 


1 


Schmelzer, Tom 


2 


Waldenmeyer, J. 


3 


Hurst, Mark 


4 


Page, Jeff 


5 


Vanepps, Scott 


6 


Thomas Drew 


7 


Satterly, Neal 


S 


Downey, Andy 


Gir 


s 200 Free 


1 


Bendel, Taylor 


2 


Berger, Shannon 


3 


Buntzman, Sarah 


4 


Andriot, Meg 


5 


Annear, Karen 


E 


Radenheimer, R. 


7 


Harned, Lori 


8 


Civey, Jorgi 


Gir 


s 50 Free 


1 


Mueller, Jamie 


2 


Mason, Catherine 


3 


Zerhusen, Megan 


4 


Oliver, Dianne 


5 


Porter, Lindsay 


6 


Lenen, Jessica 


7 


Smith, Sara 


8 


Meckler, Jenna 


Boys 200 Free 


1 


Dusing, Nate 


2 


Fowler, Ben 


3 


Kling, Kevin 


4 


Stark, Creighton 


5 


Rembrant, Randy 


6 


Mascenik, Ryan 


7 


Voss, Mike 


8 


Vencill, Kicker 


Boys 50 Free 


1 


Stratman, John 


2 


Wallace, Reid 


3 


Carter, Eric 


4 


Storey, Ray 


5 


Gracey, Steve 


6 


Scarborough, Greg 


7 


Byars, Lou 


8 


Adams. Keith 



53.32 
53.85 
54.77 
56.38 
56.97 
57.85 
58.16 
58 69 



03.54 
09.52 
12.40 
12.92 
14.10 
14.59 
1526 
16.29 



1:35.81! 

1:35.87! 
1:39.42 
1:42.88 
1:44.17 
1:45.19 
1:46 08 
1:49.21 



1:55.27 
1:55.70 
1:55.88 
1:55.99 
1:57.99 
1:58.84 
2:02.17 
2:02.29 



1:48,83! 
1:55 07 
1:57 56 
1:59,16 
1:59 69 
2:01,52 
2:02.30 
2:03.01 



24 38 
24.79 
2501 
25.11 
25.15 
2542 
2569 
2579 



4275 
42.91 
45,07 
46.17 
47.60 
48.12 
48.36 
49.09 



21.81! 

21 37 
21.57 

22 32 
22 34 
22 36 
2245 
22.56 



Girls 1 M Diving 

1 Ruehl, Becky 

2 Leake, Beth 

3 Powers, Kim 

4 Murphy, McKenzie 

5 Kellerman, Cassie 

6 Long, Lindsey 

7 Snyder, Kimberly 

8 Hayward, Elizabeth 

Girls 100 Free 

1 Mueller, Jamie 

2 Berger, Shannon 

3 Zerhusen, Megan 

4 Buntzman, Sarah 

5 Porter, Lindsay 

6 Lenen, Jessica 

7 Carver, Loren 

8 Andriot, Meg 

Boys 1 M Diving 



Maggio, Andy 
Chiappetta, C. 
Hershye, Ian 
Cunningham, Andy 
Sohnlein. Bran 
Evans. B T. 
Davis, Seth 
Walters, Robbie 



Boys 100 Free 

1 Crush, Chip 

2 Stratman, John 

3 Wallace, Reid 

4 Stegmann, Tim 

5 Gordon, Brent 

6 Adams, Keith 

7 Stark, Creighton 

8 Moore, Jim 

Girls 100 Fly 



Bendel, Talor 
Dickerson, Melodie 
Cummins, Lisa 
French, Jennifer 
Schroder, Susan 
Worland, Alice 
Dingus, Alison 
Koch, Tyler 



Girls 500 Free 

1 Dexter, Andi 

2 Roberts, Diana 

3 Annear, Karen 

4 Musk, Ellen 

5 Houlihan, Alison 

6 Rich, Helen 

7 Swanson, Erika 

8 Carmicle. Shannon 

Boys 100 Fly 

1 Carter, Eric 

2 Schmelzer, Tom 

3 Gracey, Steve 

4 Moeller, Dennis 

5 Hurst, Mark 

6 Howell, Jack 

7 Rembrant, Randy 

8 Watson, Patrick 

Boys 500 Free 

1 Fowler, Ben 

2 Dusing, Nate 

3 Thomas, Chris 

4 Mascenik, Ryan 

5 Vencill, Kicker 

6 Hornbeck, Jason 

7 Blankenship, S. 

8 Page. Jeff 







Girls 200 R-Free 


467.80 


1 


Ballard 


434.15 


2 


Beechwood 


423.80 


3 


Notre Dame 


411.75 


4 


Sacred Heart 


406.10 


5 


Model 


396.75 


6 


Highlands 


396.55 


7 


Daviess County 


386.15 


8 


Henry Clay 




Girls 100 Breast 


52.88 


1 


Schroder, Michelle 


53.33 


2 


Wagner, Ashley 


53.56 


3 


Kell. Allison 


53.77 


4 


Carter. Brooke 


54.65 


5 


Tatman. Julie 


55.28 


6 


Nageleisen, Noelle 


56.11 


7 


Civey, Jorgi 


56.18 


8 


Cummins, Lisa 




Boys 200 R-Free 


444.10 


1 


St Xavier 


434.95 


2 


Highlands 


417.20 


3 


Bowling Green 


416.55 


4 


Ballard 


395.35 


5 


Model 


367.90 


6 


Shelby County 


33360 


7 


Scott 


325.60 


8 


Paul Dunbar 




Boys 100 Breast 


45.51! 


1 


Vanepps, Scott 


45.93! 


2 


Kling, Kevin 


47.44 


3 


Yuen, Sherwood 


48.89 


4 


Carey, Pete 


4921 


5 


Nofsinger, Matt 


49.22 


6 


Mayhugh, Kevin 


49.26 


7 


Shaheen, David 


49 36 


8 


Northup, Kevin 




Girls 100 Back 


55.15! 


1 


Dickerson, Melodie 


58 89 


2 


Bresser, Emily 




00.51 


3 


Murphy, Colleen 




00.61 


4 


Beckwith, Brandi 




02.23 


5 


Dossantos, Liane 




02.60 


6 


Parsons. Susan 




02.91 


7 


Radenheimer, R. 




02.95 


8 


Houlihan. Alison 




Girls 400 R-Free 


5:02.79 


1 


Ballard 


5:08.67 


2 


Bowling Green 


5:17.95 


3 


Notre Dame 


5:21.32 


4 


Henry Clay 


5:22.93 


5 


Beechwood 


5:26 48 


6 


Tates Creek 


5:29.25 


7 


Scott 


5:3291 


8 


Sacred Heart 




Boys 100 Back 


51.95 


1 


Crush, Chip 


52.01 


2 


Waldenmeyer, J. 


52.89 


3 


Irvin. Carter 


53.27 


4 


Thomas. Drew 


53.81 


5 


Satterly. Neal 


54.04 


6 


Moeller. Dennis 


54.19 


7 


Stegmann. Tim 


56.15 


8 


Thompson. Travis 




Boys 400 R-Free 


4:39.31 


1 


St. Xavier 


4:42 77 


2 


Highlands 


4:44.92 


3 


Cov. Catholic 


4:47.73 


4 


Bowling Green 


4:51 29 


5 


Ballard 


4:52.06 


6 


Model 


4:54.10 


7 


Danville 


4 


56.75 


8 


Paul Dunbar 



1:40.94 


1:44.06 


1:44.74 


1:45.27 


1:45.89 


1:47.40 


1:48.96 


1:49.88 


1:02.91 


1:05.86 


1:08.39 


1:09.02 


1:09.21 


1:10.55 


1:10.56 


1:10.68 


1:26.571 


1:28.15 


1:29.02 


1:29.51 


1:30.24 


1:31.38 


1:34.72 


1:35.01 


58.64 


59.20 


59.71 


1 


00.17 


1 


00.96 


1 


02.48 


1 


02.49 


1 


03.05 


59.92 


1 


01.54 


1 


01.59 


1 


01.64 


1 


02.35 


1 


02.93 


1 


02.96 


1 


04.22 


3:38.48 


3:40.58 


3:41.07 


3:46.83 


3:47.61 


3:48.66 


3:49.32 


3:54.16 


49.20! 


50.89! 


53.30 


54.09 


54.37 


55.16 


55.18 


55.86 


3:07.99! 


3:12.87 


3:13.61 


3:16.34 


3:16.64 


3:19.17 


3:22.88 


3:27.45 



.' New State Record 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



32 I ATHLETE 



TENNIS 



June 2-4, 1994 • University of Kentucky • Lexington, Kentucky 




GIRLS ALL-STATE 



1994 Girls' Champions -- LONE OAK 

Jamie O'Hara, Rebecca Holland, Nickl Edwards, Caroline Steele, Abby Brazzell, Dana Swann 



Manisha Patel 


Apollo 


Susan Bryant 


Glasgow 


Angela Brooks 


Male 


Kelly-Marie Miller 


Male 


Jackie Trail 


Reldland 


Whitney Mammons 


Knox Central 


Caroline Kirk 


Henry Clay 


Katie Kerr 


Henry Clay 


Erin Eggers 


Collegiate 


Jodi Stacy 


Morgan Co. 


Kara Moloney 


Notre Dame 


Virginia Ruchka 


Mad. Central 


Allison Rowe 


Russell 


Jenny Ditty 


Russell 


Nikkl Edwards 


Lone Oak 


Caroline Steele 


Lone Oak 


Abby Brazzell 


Lone Oak 


Dana Swann 


Lone Oak 


Caroline Pitt 


Sacred Heart 


Amanda Harlow 


Sacred Heart 




BOYS ALL-STATE 



1994 Boys' Champions - ST. XAVIER 

Coach Joe Kroh, Andy Moorman, Wes Hyland, Chris Gorman, Clayton Hall 
Brad Hambnck, Asst. Chris Bohnert 



Austin Polston, 



Ryan Holder 
Kevin Moreman 
Chris Hayden 
Ben Schreiber 
Jarrett Lindon 
Lee Cundiff 
Daigo Numaga 
Genki Numaga 
Miller Brice 
Robby Robertson 
Jeff McRae 
Andy Moorman 
Auston Polston 
Brad Hambrick 
Clayton Hall 



Dunbar 
Elizabethtown 
Henderson Co. 
Cov. Catholic 
Montgomery Co. 
Jessamine Co. 
Tates Creek 
Tates Creek 
KCD 

Lone Oak 
Triity 
St. Xavier 
St. Xavier 
St. Xavier 
St. Xavier 



'Chosen by the KTCA 



Girls' Team Scores 



Lone Oak 


12 


Butler Co. 


2 


Apollo 


7 


Assumption 


2 


Morgan Co. 


7 


Collegiate 


2 


Reidland 


6 


Model 


2 


Henry Clay 


6 


Ashland 


2 


Glasgow 


5 


Boone Co. 


2 


Sacred Heart 


5 


Montgomery Co. 


1 


Russell 


5 


Bourbon Co. 


1 


Notre Dame 


4 


Bowling Green 





Beechwood 


4 


Paducah Tilghman 





Henderson Co. 


4 


Central Hardin 





Male 


4 


L. Holy Cross 





Lawrence Co. 


3 


Southern 





Elizabethtown 


3 


Butler 





Ballard 


3 


Sayre 





Knox Central 


3 


Lex. Christian 





S. Laurel 


3 


Madison Central 





St. Camillus 


2 


Garrard Co. 





Owensboro Catholic 


2 


Clay Co. 





Metcalfe Co. 


2 







Boys' Team Scores 



St. Xavier 


14 


Madison Central 


2 


Lone Oak 


12 


Meade Co. 


2 


Ky. Country Day 


8 


Pad. Tilghman 




Ballard 


5 


Knott Co. Central 




Daviess Co. 


5 


Bowling Green 




PL Dunbar 


5 


North Hardin 




Lawrence Co. 


5 


Scott Co. 




Henderson Co. 


5 


Berea 





Tales Creek 


5 


Bethlehem 





Cov. Catholic 


4 


Butler 





Montgomery co. 


4 


Butler Co. 





Murray 


4 


Harrodsburg 





Russsell 


4 


Lewis Co. 





Dixie Heights 


3 


Middlesboro 





Elizabethtown 


3 


Paris 





Grayson co. 


3 


St. Camillus 





Trinity 


3 


Simon Kenton 





DeSales 


2 


Somerset 





Corbin 


2 


South Oldham 





Jessamine Co. 


2 


Western 






1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



I ATHLETE 33 



ti^'^GIRLS' SINGLES TENNIS 



Jiaie Tr«jl (71 RaUHna 



iTrail m Reidland 






Bva 


Trail 6-0. 6-0 




Tnu.IJOp.m 




MacMW Woods m Sacffld Mean 

IWooda (9) Sacrad Hfiai 
Bve 


P.I, lOJO.m. 






Trail 6-1. 6-4 




WKiit5P'PV(liiewh*ood 


....„...- 




Bve 


SDrav6-1,6-3 








BelhHamanilElizflbBihtown 
Th„,u30p.m lHams6-0 6-2 






Caroline KirnmiMflnrvClav 

iKjrkflDHenrvClav 


Trail 6-1. 7-6 (51 








Bve 


Kjrk 6-0. 6-0 








Becky Johnson mi South Laurel 

iJohnson (11) South Lau 
Bve 


rel 
XJllegiale 






Kifk6-3. 6-1 










ISlODher Mil Louisville C 


S«l. t0 3D<m 




Bve 




Tnu, SOOp.m 




Amrtv Chsoman (8) Paul Blazer 
Th„, .J 30p n. tChacman 7-6. 6-4 






Lee Ann Massev (lOl Paducah Tiinhman 

ManishaPateinDADollo 

iPaieldii Aooilo 


Trail 4-6. 7-6(3), 6-1 


S"'""- 


3ve 


Paiel 6-0. 6-0 




Triu, I 50 c -n 




Jennrtef Meiaxes (fll Southern 

iMetaxes (91 Soulhern 
3ve 


unty 




Und3avGrav(ll) H^ndefson Counry 


Patel 6-0, 6-0 












iGravMllHendefsonCc 




3ve 


Robinson 7-6 {6-61. 6-' 




Irru SOOp-T. 




^arrahHckman (11) Holv Cross 

T«L,, 12 300 "> iRobmson 6-1. 6-1 
Sara Robinson (11) St Camillus 








Kellv-Mm8M»M0lM.lB 

IMiIler pOI Male 




Fr,. 230 p.m. 


Bve 


Miller 6-0 6-1 




Thu. ; JOP m 




JeuTO 0-Htit (81 Lone Oa» 






lOHara fBI Lone OaK 
Bve 


nty 




Leton Ann Rnchi? [B) Ppurbon Counlv 


Miller 6-7 (6). 8-4 6-2 




IRlchie (8) Bourbon Col 




Bve 







1994 Girls' Singles Champion 

JACKIE TRAIL 

Reidland 



Jackie Trail, Reidland 



Joai Slncv (12) Morgan Counlv 

T(.u. w lop m Isiacv 6-1.6-1 

Jennrter Kelly nil BuBe r County 



Susan Bryant, Glasgow 



Jackie Trail, Reidland 



6-4, 6-2 



Bye 



" iHolland (10) Lone Oak 



Rebecca Holland (10) L one Oak 

Bye 

IWi&semann (7) Bowling Green 
Regan Wtesemann (71 Bowling Green 

Angela BrooksdZl Male 



Holland 6-0. 6-2 



Cara Brendzev (ill He nderson County 

lye 



HanimQns6-4. 6-3 



Mammons 5-6. 6-0. 7- 6 (7-5) 



iHamrmns ( 121 Knox C e nt r al 
Whitney Mammons fi21 Kno* Central 



" iRuchka (121 Mad-son Ce nir aJ 
Virginia fluchka (121 M adison Central 



Egqers 7-5. 2-6. 6-2 



lEqqers (101 Louisville C ollegiate 
Enn Egqers (101 Louisv ille Collegiate 

fi.. 10 31 

Beth Carpenter (12I Sac red Hear! 
Tr.„ ii 3op m Icarpenter 6-0, 6-1 



Uiqh Ann Smith (121 B utler County 

Bye 

iMolonev [91 Notre Dam e 
Kara Moloney (91 Notre Dame 



Moloney 6-0, 6-1 



Moloney 6-0. 6-0 



Moloney 6-2. 6-1 



ICaywood (91 Bourbon C ounty 
Kate Caywood [91 Bour bon County 



Goodpaslor 6-2, 6-1 



iGoodpaslor (91 Morgan Counry 
Hilary Goodpastor (91 M organ County 



Kalie Male [121 MonlqoiT Tery Counry 

^Male6-l. 3-6. 6-3 



AleKis Myers (lOl Elizab elhtoy^n 

Triu, SOOp m 

Bve 

iKerr (91 Henry Clay 
Katie Kerr (91 Henry Cla y 



Kerr 6-0. 6-0 



Kerr 6-3. 6-2 



Kane Bohne (121 South ern 



" Isohne f121 Southern 



Thomas 6-0. 6-1 



iThomas (111 AssumpCo n 
Tina Thomas (1 1 1 Assu motron 



Adnenne Hacken <121 Ete echwood 

|Hacken6-l.6-0 



Jessica Cornen (l 1 1 So uth Laurel 

Tnu, S OOP m 

?lffi 

I Bryant (101 Glasgow 
Susan Bfvani (lOi Glas oow 



Bryant 6-3. 6-3 



Bryant 3-6. 6-1. 6-3 



Bryant 6-4. 6-0 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



34 I ATHLETE^ 

GIRLS' DOUBLES TENNIS^ 



Jenny Diltvt 11 V Allison R owe(Bl Russell 

lOiTtvd il/Rowe(ai Russe ll 



Mary Sharpf i Zl/Meg Co wiJen(8) Louisville Collegiale 



Dmyflowe 6-0. 6-4 



1Sharp[i2)/Cowden(Bl i QU'sville Collegiale 



Jennitef Nasmni/Letgh B(ady(i 1) Central Hardm 

iNashMD/Biadvdi) Cen tral Ha/dm 
B^e 



Kelly Gfqenw9ll(i21/Man on Bnghl(i2] Model 



OifTv/RQwe 6-2. 6-1 



Gteenwell/Bnq>il 6-4, 6 -2 



~ lGr9enweli|i2)/BfK]hi(i2 1 Model 



Katie Sleeledll/ Ashley fl K:natdson(ll) Ballard 

lSteeie(iil/flK:hardson{i i) Balla/d 
Bye 



Andi Hill(71/Knsti Fefqus on(l2} Morgan County 

Tnu I JOB " iHill/Fefuson 7-6. 2-6. 6 -> 

Joy Simpson(l21/LeeA nne Fede'spiel(t21 Henry Clay 



Siede/Ricnardson 6-3, 6-0 



JenrMter Kane{lOI/Amv M onlqomerv(i21 Sacred Heart 

|KanB(iO)/Montqomery(i 2) Sacred Mean 
Bye 



Diiry/Rowe 7-5. 6-l 



Sieeie/Richaiason 6-3. 7-6 (iO-8) 



Amber 6fanglettef(i2)/H eidi Col6man(i2) Metcahe Co 
Tii„ 1 ]od ■" iBransiener/Coleman 6- 0. 6-2 

VyVv Vounq(9).^Elizabe ih Yales(9) Ehzabeihiown 

ABbv BfazzelUlOI/Dana Swann(ll) Lone Oak 

I9ra22ell(i0)/Swann(n) Lone Oak 
Bye 



Bransienar/Coleman 6- 3, 3-6, 6-3 



Braz2eO'Swann 6-3. 6-0 



Amy Saaf1eld(i21/Naia)ie Saalleld(iD) Beechwodd 

lSaalteld[i2>/5aaileld(iO ) Beech wood 
Bye 

Melissa Farmet(iOI/Dina h TownsendliO) South Laurel 

|Farmer[101/Townsend(i Ql South Laurel 



Leah Younttii)/Nicola p orsey(i2) Southern 
iHensley/Conley 6-' 



Brazzell/Swann 6-v 7-5 



Fafmer/Townsend 6-2. 6-0 



Gina Hen3leYl'01/Liz C onlev(iO) Bourbon County 

Sarah McReady{i2)/Maj 'ianne Miller( 1 1 ) Sayre 

|McRBady(i21/Millef(i 1) Sayfe 
Bye 



Michelle Embryinj/Chfi sry Webster|i2) Butler dounty 

|EmbfyiniAVabslet(l2) Butler County 

Bye 

p'l. li ooo "1 

Amy Beth Gnsbv(l21/Lau f3 Kearns(n) Madison CenUal 

lGfiqsbv(l21/KBarn5(l 11 Madison Cenual 

Bye 



Embryfyi/ebsiet 6-7 (4) 6-3, 7-6 (3) 



DitTy/Rowe 7-6 (21. 6-1 




1994 Doubles Champions 

CAROLINE STEELE/NIKKI EDWARDS 

Lone Oak 



Btazzell/Swann 6-2. 6- 1 



Jenny Ditty/Aliison Rowe 



Oempewoll/Calhoun 6- 3. 6-1 



KellybethSirnrTXJns(l01/S han Hill(ll) Lbk Chnsilan 

Tfn,, 1 jop m I Dempewott/ Calhoun 6- 3, 7-6 

Knsten Dempewoftini/ Bfandi Calhoun{i2) Henderson Co. 



Dempewoll/Calhoun 6- 0, 6-0 



Russell 



Nikki Edwards/Caroline Steele 



Edwards/Steele, Lone Oak 



3-6.6-1,6-2 



Lone Oak 



|Rowland|iO|/Dav(8} Cla y County 
Jenniler Rowland{lO)/J ill Dayie) Clay County 



Grittith/Ruehl 7-5. 6-1 



lGriffilh(l21/Ruehl(9) Bo one County 
Ashley Griniih(i2}/Clau dia Ruehl(9) Boone County 



lBakar(121/Saiadi{71 Heri fy Clay 
Jacqui Baker(l2)/Keea na Sajadi(7) Henry Clay 



Bye 



Pitl/Hatlow 6-4. 6-2 



PitVHarlQw 6-2, 4-6. 6 -2* 



|pin(ni/Hariow(ioi Sac red i- 
Caroiine Pin( 1 1 )/Amand a Harlow(lO) Sacred Heart 



iristi Kaiserll2),'Beinan v Tu'ner(il) Butler 

llqbal, Fowler 2-6. 6-4. 6 -4' 



Shaheen lqbal(i 2)/ Jen nifer FowleHIO) Elizabeiriown 

Tn„6QOom Iqbal/Fowler 6-3, 6-' 

Bye ' 

|Heinlein(i2iWells(lQ)L ouisville Collegiale 
Emily Heinlein(i2l/U; W eiisiiolLouisviiie Collegiale 



Lori BryanKni/Michelle Embrv(l2| Butler County 
Th„, OOP "1 lOinkins/Kjncer 6-2. 6-3 



Pin/Hailow 7-5, 6-4 



Sammons/Williams 6-0 , 6-0 



ISamrTTonsOl/Williamsi 7 (Lawrence County 
Crystal Sammons(9)/Ke lli Williams(7) Lawrence County 



|TeaieMl2)/Moriis(l2l Ga jrard County 
Jenny Teaier(l2[/Ua M ane Mofris(i2) Garrard Chunty 

Tn„ 3 loc m Meisief/Pteilef 6-0, 6-2 



|Mei3iei(i2)/Reiler(i0l Owensboro Catholic 
Kalis M6istef(i2)/Mafy Elian P1e(ter(i0)0boro Catholic 

Ffi.B 00 •" 

Robyn AdamsliO)/Amy W auqh(7) Bourbon County 
Tnu, 1 jop m. nGnqqs/Hayden 6-2, 6-1 

n County 
Bivms/Townsend 2-6. 6-3. 6-1 



Shelly GriQqsM21/Safah Haydenfio) Hendersor 

Bye 

lBivins(8in'ownsend(i2 1 Apollo 
Satah Bivins(61/Laune Townsendn21 Apollo 



Bivina/Townsend 6-2, 6 -3 



|6ovd(i2)/Basham|i2| S outhern 
Alisha Boyd(12l/Sandi Bashamligl Southern 



Wells/Keller 2-6. 6-2, 6-4 



|Wells|8)/Keliei(7) Morg an Counry 
Becky Wells( 8)/ Knsten Kellef(7| Morgan County 



Cindy Wells( 101/ Jennifer Eck(iil Beechwood 

1wells/Eck 6-4. 3-6, 7-6 (4) 



Jodie Weber(9)/Karvn T fivene|7| Madison Centr il 

Tn^BooD-" Edwaids/Sleele 6-0, 6 - 

Bye I 

lEdwardsm i/Sieele( 12) Lone Oak 
Nikki Edwardsdll/Cflfo iine Sleele(121 Lone O^ 



Edwards/Sieele 2-8, 6-3. 6-2 



Edwafd3/Sleete 6-0, 6- 



EdwBfds/Sleete 6-Q. 6- 



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BOYS' SINGLES TENNIS 



lobby Robertson (121 L ona Oak 



[flobenwn 1121 Lone Oa k 

Robertson 6-Q 6-1 



geth Hwsgf (61 Si. Cani iiluB 

iHausefteiSl Camillus 
Qlffi 

Ch>d Gambte flZl Padu cah Tilghman 

iGamblfl 1121 Paducah T ilghman 



^bbv Oavb ti21 Middte abofo 



MiH Cook mi Scon County 



lleaboro 
1Cook 7-5. 6-4 



Robertson 6-2. 6-2 



;1 MoW oomefv County 

lUndon fig) MontaonTefv County 



Rooef Lu fl2) Kentucky Country Day 

Ilu 1121 Kentucky Coun try Day 

^iS. 

Ryan Holder (101 Paul D unbai 

iHoldef (101 Paul Dunbar 
SH 



Robenson 6-0. 6-2 



Undon 6-3. 6-4 



Shofw Elin (121 Somets el 

Thi;. 1 30b " iFree 6-0. 6-0 

Deftich Free (121 Bowli ng Green 



Ben Schrelber (9) Covin gton Catholic 

ISchteiber (91 Covinqion Catholic 
%U 



Holder 3-e. 6-3. 6-1 



Schreiber 6-0. 6-1' 



Ben Cieveiand (10) Hen derson County 

[Cleveland (101 Henders on County 
&£« 

F'.. 10 )0i 

t .ee CundlH (12 ) Jesamin e County 

Cunditt (121 Jessamine C ounty 
Bve 

Thufloopm ICundift 6-1. 6-2 



Todd Kjichen (101 Knon County Central 



Clayton Hall (IOI St Xav ier 

iHall (101 SI xavier 




Schreiber 6-4. 6-4 



Jason Younl (121 Butler 



Hall 6-1, 6-4 



" iMcElhenev 6-3, 6-1 



Dan McElhenev (lOl Di xie Heights 

Andy AvenlOo (121 Eliza bethtown 

lAvenido (12) Elizabethlo wn 



Heaih Malors (10) Grays on County 

Thu, 1 joo m iMaiors 6-4, 6-2 

Jay DKikerson (121 Pan s 



Eric Rotiinqriaus (i21 Co vmaion Calhoiic 
rh„ u 30p ". [Green 6-1. 6-2 

Tyler Green (111 Grayso n County 



Robertson 6-3. 6-4 




1994 Boys' Singles Champion 

ROBBY ROBERTSON 

Lone Oak 



Schreiber 3-6. 7-5. 6- 1 



Maiors 6-2. 6-3 



Robby Robertson, Lone Oak 






Robby Robertson, Lone Oak 


Miller Brice, KCD 


6-3, 7-5 



Bye 



Woodwaid 6-1. 6-' 



Iwoodward (ni Davies s County 
Luke Woodwatd (111 D aviess County 

Chad WiiiianTs mi Lawr ence Counry 

Tf-. li 300 "' IWilliams 7-6(61. 6-2 

Jeremy Case (11) Lone Oak 

Bye 



|McRae(121 Trinity 
Jefl McRae (121 Trinity 

Raia Palil (12) St Camill ua 

rh„ w3op <n ICalhoun (Del 1 

Kevin Calhoun [121 Me dison Central 



McRae 6-1. 6-' 



%9 , 

iHuanq [11) Paul Dunba r 
Wayne Huang (Hi Pau l Dunbar 

Bye 

ICranlill [ill South Oldha m 

TrflvCrantill(iiiSoulh Oldham 

Bye 



Calhoun 6-2, 6-2 



Brlce7-S. 6-3 



lBrice(121 KCD 
Miller Bnce (121 Kentuc ky Country Day 

Chns Deak (101 Belhlehe m 

Th„, t; 3op « IWillenbnnk 6-3. 6-4 

Eric Willenbnnk (ill Ru ssell 



§ie 

iGreaitiouse (121 Butler 
Ricky Grealhouse(l2l Butler 



Willenbnnk 6-3. 6-2 



Havden 6-0. 6-0 



iBeauman (12) Pans 
Brent Beauman (121 Pa ns 

TKu,* 30pm 

Si? 

iHavden f 1 1 ) Henderso n County 
Chns Havden (ill Hen derson County 

Pale Hilhe (10) Somerse t 

rhu, ij 30b. m JMoreman 1-6, 7-6 (5). 6 - 

Kevin Moreman |12) El izabethtown 



Havden 6-1. 6-3 



Bye 

iKelly (12) Butler County 
Scon Kelly (121 Butler C ouniv 



Moreman 6-2. 6-2 



Iharnson (121 Berea 
Keilh Harrison (12) Bere a 



Havden 2-e. 6-3. 6-2 



Moorman, 6-3. 6-0 



Moorman 6-1. 6-2 



iMoorman (12) St. Xavie r 

Andy Moorman (121 St . Xavier 



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36 I ATHLETE 



BOYS' DOUBLE TENNIS 



Btad HambficKi 91/ Austin pQlsion(ii) Si xav.et 

[HambrK:k(9)/Polston{ii 1 St Xavier 



Davifl G'eenbefqtii)/Le e Lesie((7) Hajtodsburc 

lGreenbefQ(i 1 )/Leslef(7 1 Harrodsburg 



Josh GoldtietQ(i2l/Gabe Graham<i21 Si Camillus 

|Goldbefq(l2l/GraHam(i 2) Si CamiHus 



Jeremy Paget iD'Jens M ollflr(i2) Somerse! 
iBufch/Pinkenoi " 



Kevin Burchl Ill/Tony P inkelQn(n) DeSales 

KyiB Waiiac6(i2|/Gfeq K ocn(i2) Lone Oak 

nWallace(i2l/Koch(i2i Lo ne Oak 
Bje 

Chad Riddieii2}/Gat>e S ieele( 1 1 ) Builei 

|Riddle[i2)/5ieele(iil B ullet 
B^e 



Kevin Wu|i2)/HenrvCho (n)Weslein 
iGossert/Corui 




Man Wafnock(i21/Pht»tp Dov^dy{ii) Russell 

1warnock(l2)/Dowdvll 1 ) Russell 
Bye 

Talbon Behnkenn2|/6fa a Scrifader(l2) Graysori 

ib„, 1 30c "1 iGeevarghese/Ford 6-i 6-3 

Phil GeeyarghesedD/K evin Ford(ii) Ky Couniry Day 

Micnael Hornback(li)/B fBnl Ke1lGr(l2) Murray 

|HDinback(ni'Keller( 12} Murray 

Bye 

tr,, 6 3CP'" iHornback^Keller 6 

Slave Thomas(i2)./lan M uqnes(n} Lewis Count 

lThomas(i2)/Huqhes(n ) Lev^is Counry 

Bye 

ChfisRobinson(ni/Erik Sommer{i2) Paul Dunbar 

~ lflobinsQn(ii)/Sommet(1 2) Paul Dunbar 



Ryan Ciaqqen(i2|j'Wade BarnQs[i2) Eiiiabelhiown 

ir.. > 3C0 " iciaqqen-'Barnes 3-6, 6 -i. 6-4 

Sriane Hoi?derber( 1 1 }A A;es Miadendon( 1 1 )Cov Caihoiic 

Ed Wilbeis(l2l Jason Co caqneQ) Dime Heights 

|WilbefS(l21'Cocaqne[9) Dime Heighl; 



Man Gossen( i ^ )/jim Jo hn Cofuni(i2) Meade County 



n CrucedOl^Efon Tu fnipseed(i2) 
lCruce(iO)jTi 



Mrke Faimer|i2)/JP Co nlreras(l21 Ballard 

tpu. 1 3op * iFarrrTer/Conire'as 6-0. 6-i 

Milan Perkusic(l2)/Buc >< Woodlord{i i ) Pans 



Ben Pan8rson(lO/Tfenl McBnde(iO) Hendeison County 
jPanefSOn/McBnae 7-5 6-4 



Tales Creek 



Josh DennisOl/Chns K jpper(iQl Grayson Count ' 

Bii 

|Jenninq3(i2 1 /Gr8enbau m(i i ) KCD 
Ben Jenninq3(l2)/Ellion Gfeenbaum(n) KCD 

F... 1U JOS 1 

Jason Gabbajd(ni/Jafr od Cumn-uns(t21 Sinxin Kenton 
lAichefyFroedoee-i. 2-6 . 7-6 (3) 



Jenninqs/Fieenbaum 6- 2, 6-4 



Sellars/Sellars 6-4. 6-3 



NeaJ Alchef[ig)/Jame3 Froedge(i2) North Hardi i 

Bye 

I56ller5(i2)/Sellefs(ii) Lawrence County 
Telty Sellar3[i2VJameY Sellajs(i i) Lawrence County 

Todd Senf(i2)/Rob PiBrc e(iO) Daviess County 

rn^.ioopm ISent/Pierce 6-0. 6-1 

Paul Gnqq3(ll)/Jason Neiser(iil Covington Ca 



, Seiiais/Seiiais 6-i. 6-2 



Bye 



Senf/Pierce 6-1. 6-1 



|Sumptef(121/Lvkins(111 Pans 
Btandon Sumpier(i21/K elly Lykins(ll) Pa/is 



|0ayies|i0)/Penn(9) St C amillus 
Sam Daviesfioi/Jason PannO) St Camittus 



Sellaf3/5ellaf3 S-0. 6-4 



Senl/Pierce 6-4, 6-4 



lHvlandliO)^GormBn[i2 ) Si Xav.er 
Wes HylandtlOl/Chris G ormandZ) Si Xavier 



Damn Comb3(l2)/ Jerem y Moran(n) Corbm 

ICombs/Moran 2-6. 6-2 , 7-6 (2) 



AWx Un|l21/J0hnGraq q(111 Paul Dunbai 
BjS 



Combs/Moran 6-4, 6-0 



|Smjlh(i2)/Claridqe(i2> Russell 
Brandon Smim(l2) /Bnan Clandge{i2) Russell 



iGarvini/Sparksdi) But ter 
Enc Garv(ii)/Dv»avnB S parks(ii) Butler 



Numaqa/Numaqa 6-' 



Numaqa/Numaqa 6-1. 6-1 



|Numaqa(i 1 )/Numaqa(9 ) Tates Creek 
DajQO Numaqa(ilt/Gem ki NumagaO) Tates Creek 



Jordan CockrelKni/Rob bie Ginier(i2) Montgomery Co 
ICockrell/Ginlet 4-6. 6-3 7-5 



Daien Peace(n)/Geoft Moddetman(i2) Eiizabe iiown 

Thij, 8 00pm Williams/Payne 

Bje I 

|Williams(iO)/Payne(i01 Lone Oak 
Jeremy WilhamsdOl/Rv an Payne(lO) Lone Oak 

Fr.. II 30. m 

B^e 

iKnightdOl/DinkensdO) S omerset 



Manhew KniqhtdOl/Ro b Dinkens(lO) Somerset 

Bye 

|WilcOK(lO)/Lawrence(9) Battaid 
Spencer Wilcox(iO)/Ja son Lawrence(9) BaJtard 



Numaqa/Numaoa 6-4. 6-3 



NumaQa/Numaqa 6-4. 6-2 



Williams/Payne (Del 1 



Wilcox/Lawrence 6-2. f 



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37 




QUIET PLEASE 

Tennis official Randy Coble surveys the 
action during the boys' final of the '94 
Tennis Championships. 



Annual Report 



(Continued from Page 4) 

A total of 3,015 officials registered with the Officials' Division of the 
Association as of June 13, 1994, and the number of approved and certified officials 
in each sport are as follows: 



REGISTERED APPROVED CERTIFIED 



TOTAL 



Baseball 


292 


195 


165 


652 


Basketball 


604 


374 


566 


1544 


Football 


147 


210 


425 


782 


Soccer 


154 


94 


86 


334 


Softball 


245 


169 


56 


470 


Track & Field 


58 


2 


2 


62 


Volleyball 


56 


40 


27 


123 


Wrestling 


27 


4 


7 


38 



Bus. Affairs Dir. Julian Tackett conducted 14 clinics in Football. Asst. Comm. 
Larry Boucher conducted 20 clinics in Basketball Asst. Comm. Brigid DeVries 
conducted nine Track clinics and four volleyball clinics. Exec. Asst. Louis Stout 
conducted 10 baseball and softball clinics for officials and coaches. 

The Board of Control arid Staff of your Association are grateful for the 
cooperation the superintendents, pnncipals, athletic directors and coaches have given 
us in running the programs of the Association. 




LISTEN UP MEN 

L.V McGinty gives instructions prior to the coin toss of the 1993 
Class 4A State Football Final between Male and Shelby County. 
McGinty, who also works college football, lives in Paducah. 



VER OUTTA HERE 

Home plate umpire Curtis Conn had the unenviable position of 
tossing Corbin coaches Willard Farris (center) and Randall 
Sawyers during the title game with PRP. 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



38 I ATHLETE 



ITRACK& FIELD 



CLASS A GIRLS 



Girls' 100 Meter High Hurdles 

1. Adrienne Hundemer, Daylon, 14.70 " 

2. Stacey Wikle, Bellevue, 15.00 

3. Tori Tillman, Danville, 16.01 

4. Kenyalta Starks, Providence, 16.18 

5. Jennie Bell, Murray, 16.81 

6. Latasha Alexander, Campbellsville, 16.95 

Girls' 100 Meier Dash 
1. Shannon Horan. Bishop Brossarl, 12 44 
2.Terica Hathaway, Providence. 12.90 

3 Latoya Keene, Bardstown, 12 98 

4 Amy Courtney, Hickman County, 13.00 

5. NickiSchild,St. Henry, 13.09 

6. Erika Black, Kentucky Country Day, 13 11 

Girls' 800 Meter Relay 

1 Providence, 1:49 96 

2 Newport Central Catholic, 1.50.59 

3. Bishop Brossarl, 1:51.66 

4. Russellville, 1:53.17 
5.Evarts, 1:54 94 

6. Harrodsburg, 1 55 61 

Girls' 1600 Meter Run 
1 . Christy Schmidt, Walton-Verona, 5:1 9.07 

2 Mindy Martin, Walton-Verona, 5:23,31 

3 Aubrey Durbin, St. Mary, 5:32,18 

4. Hannah Jirak, Lexington Christian, 5:33.58 

5. Emily Lanier, Ballard Memorial, 5:37.59 

6. Lea Issac, Fleming-Neon, 5:43.29 

Girls' 400 Meter Relay 

1. Campbellsville, 52 69 

2. Newport Central Catholic, 53.07 

3. Russellville, 53.56 

4. Dayton, 53,80 

5. Evar1s,53.87 

6. Caverna, 54.27 

Girls' 400 Meter Dash 

1 . Adrienne Hundemer, Daylon, 0:58.63 

2. Vickie Thies, Newport Catholic, 1:00.67 

3. Michelle Chapman, Williamsburg, 1:01.00 

4 Terica Hathaway, Providence, 1:01 50 

5 Sara Robinson, St. Camillus, 1:04 50 
6. EmalmeGray, Frankfort, 1:05.20 

Girls' 300 Meter Low Hurdles 
1 Adrienne Hundemer, Daylon, 45 94 

2. Kenyalta Starks, Providence, 46.04 

3. Tori Tillman, Danville, 47.24 

4. Jennie Bell, Murray, 49.81 

5. Ashley Cawood, Harlan, 50.54 

6. Amy Courtney, Hickman County, 51.14 

Girls' 800 Meter Run 

1 . Christy Schmidt, Walton-Verona, 2:20.64 

2. Nicki Schild, St. Henry, 2:22.72 

3. Sara Robinson, St. Camillus, 2:26 04 

4. Tamela Hall, Providence, 2:26.99 

5. Kara Collins, Kentucky Country Day, 2:31.79 

6. Belinda Byron, Trigg County, 2:32.02 

Girls' 200 Meter Dash 

1 . Shannon Horan, Bishop Brossarl, 25 69 

2. Kenyatta Starks, Providence, 26 32 

3. Erika Black, Kentucky Country Day, 26.71 

4. Terica Hathaway, Providence, 26.86 

5 Veronica Duka, Campbellsville, 27.13 
6. Carman Caycee, Mayfield, 27.26 

Girls' 3200 Meter Run 

1. Mindy Martin, Walton-Verona, 12:06.50 

2. Laura Bohannon, St. Mary, 12:29.55 

3. Bonnie Olsen, Bellevue, 12:42.50 

4. Melissa Fryer, Lexington Catholic, 12:43.37 

5. Aubrey Durbin, St. Mary, 12:46.60 

6. Leah Chapman, Providence, 12:55.45 




Front Row: (L-R) Asst Deborah Starks, Valarie Martin, Deana Martin, Terica Hathav/ay, Tamela H: 
Second Row: Teresa Powell, Asst. Marilyn Hathaway, Melissa Gaither, Leah Chapman, Asst. Gr 
Hathaway, Celeste Hutcherson, Chequitta Brooks, Coach Darrell Hayes, Faith Curry, Wen 
Hopson, Kenyatta Starks. 



Girls' 1600 Meter Relay 

1. Dayton, 4:14.31 

2. Newport Central Catholic, 4:15.78 

3. Russellville, 4:18.35 

4. Williamsburg, 4:20.38 

5. Kentucky Country Day, 4:21.52 

6. Providence, 4:23.92 

Girls' 3200 Meter Relay 
I.Walton-Verona, 10:07.45 
2. Kentucky Country Day, 10:08.82 
3 St. Henry, 10:33.54 

4. Bethlehem, 10:36.12 

5. SI. Mary, 10:40.19 

6. Lexington Catholic, 10:44.15 

Girls' Shot Put 

1. Teresa Powell, Providence, 35'6.5 

2. Michelle Hopkins, Nicholas County, 33'. 75 
3 Amanda Combs, Cordia, 32'8.75 

4. Candi Downs, Dayton, 31 '6,25 

5. Kelli Napier, Harrodsburg, 31' 5 

6. Michelle Hamblin, Williamsburg, 30'10.75 

Girts' Discus 

1 . Michelle Hopkins, Nicholas County, 1 23'6 

2. Teresa Powell, Providence, 1 12'0 

3. Candi Downs, Dayton, 108'10 

4. Jennifer Kiefer, Bellevue, 108'7 

5. Susan Chandler, Menifee County, 103'1 

6. Kelli Napier, Harrodsburg, 92'10 

Girts' Long Jump 

1. Jenni Nicholson, Williamsburg, 16'09.5 

2. Ton Tillman, Danville, 16'09.25 

3. Gwen Crowe, Bardstown, 16'7 

4. Kenyatta Starits, Providence, 16'6 

5. Melissa McGowan, Bath County, 16'03.5 

6. Amy Baker, Daylon, 16'0.75 

Girts' High Jump 

1. Stacey Wikle, Bellevue, 5'4 

2. Amy Baker, Dayton, 5'2 

3. Jenni Nicholson, Williamsburg, 5'2 

4. Kim Moses, Williamsburg, 4'10 

5. Sarah Baird, Pikeville, 4'10 

6. Melissa McGowan, Bath County, 4'10 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



Girls' Class A Team Totals 




Providence 


74.00 


Dayton 


63.00 


Walton-Verona 


48.00 


Newport Central Catholic 


32.00 


Williamsburg 


31.00 


Bellevue 


28.00 


Bishop Brossart 


26.00 


Danville 


20.00 


Kentucky Country Day 


19.00 


St. Mary 


18.00 


Russellville 


16.00 


St Henry 


16 00 


Campbellsville 


13.00 


Bardstown 


12.00 


Menifee County 


10.00 


Nicholas County 


10.00 


St. Camillus 


8.00 


Cordia 


600 


Murray 


6.00 


Hickman County 


5.00 


Lexington Catholic 


5.00 


Bethlehem 


4.00 


Evarts 


4.00 


Harrodsburg 


4.00 


Lexington Chrtstian 


4.00 


Bath County 


3.00 


Ballar^ Memonal 


200 


Hartan 


2.00 


Pikeville 


2.00 


Caverna 


1.00 


Fleming-Neon 


1.00 


Frankfort 


1.00 


Mayfield 


1.00 


Tngg County 


1.00 



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CLASS A BOYS 



Soys' 110 Meier High Hurdles 

1. Nathan Holbrook. Fairview. 15.60 

2. Tony Randoll, Daylon, 15.64 

3. Chris Rebhollz, Bishop Brossart. 16.11 

4. Shante Baker, Harrodsburg, 16.21 

5. Chris Allison, Nicholas County, 16.24 

6. Jake Daniels, Lexington Catholic, 16.35 

Joys' 100 Meter Dash 

1. Saliem Sanchez, Murray, 11.34 

2. Craig Yeast, Harrodsburg, 11.40 

3. Cedric Woolridge, Danville, 11.41 

4. Lance Carr, Carroll County, 11.45 

5. Derrick Russell, Trigg County, 11.61 

6. Stephen Railley, Bardstown, 11.67 

Joys' 1600 Meter Run 

1. Houston Barber, Frankforl, 4:14 83* 

2. Phil Robinson, Lexington Catholic, 4:24.51 

3. Mike Stakelman, Bishop Brossart, 4:32.92 

4. Keith Combs, Cordia, 4:35.85 

5. Russell Huffman, Danville, 4:39 06 

6. David Hill, West Hopkins, 4:42.29 

Boys' 400 Meter Relay 
i 1. Harrodsburg, 44.39 
, 2 Danville, 44.64 

3. Murray, 44.70 

4. Bardstown, 44.77 

5. Russellville, 45.14 
6 Bellevue, 45 40 

3oys' 400 Meter Dash 

1. Craig Yeast, Harrodsburg, 50.75 

2. Reggie Boggs, Bardstown, 51.49 

3. Shalman Radford, Trigg County, 51.56 

4. Chris Crouch, Bath County, 51.66 

5. Octavian Todd, Russellville, 51.86 

6. Chris Cowger. Mayfield, 52 53 

Boys' 300 Meter Int. Hurdles 

1 Nathan Holbrook, Fairview, 40 66 

2 Jerry Gore, Mayfield, 41.29 

3 Shante Baker, Harrodsburg, 41 93 

4 Tony Randoll, Daylon, 41.96 

5. Chris Rebholtz, Bishop Brossart, 42.10 
6 Jake Daniels, Lexington Catholic, 42.96 

Boys' 800 Meter Run 
1 Houston Barber, Frankfort, 1 :59.30 

2. Phil Robinson, Lexington Catholic, 2:01.91 

3. Shawn Egan, St. Henry, 2:03.21 

4. Dennis McDowell, Oneida Baptist, 2:06 81 

5. B.J, Edgar, Dayton, 2:06.88 

6. Sam Domergue, Trigg County, 2:07.55 

Boys' 200 Meter Dash 

1 Saliem Sanchez, Murray, 22 96 

2 Craig Yeast, Harrodsburg, 23 16 

3. Tiant Ewing, Danville, 23.19 

4. Derrick Russell, Trigg County, 23.36 

5. Reggie Boggs, Bardstown, 23.38 

6. Justin Brown, Paris, 23 69 

Boys' 3200 Meter Run 

1 . Houston Barber, Frankfort, 9:57.02 

2. Ryan Smith, Walton-Verona, 10:15.64 

3. Shannon Menning, Dayton, 10:18.21 

4 Brent Willetl, SI. Mary, 10:33.23 

5 Bo Alexander, Hickman County, 10:36.46 

6 James Addison, Lee County, 10:41.07 

Boys' 1600 Meter Relay 
1 Danville, 3:27.91 
2. Trigg County, 3:28.67 

3 Dayton, 3:30 81 

4. Russellville, 3:32.58 
5 Frankfort, 3:33.75 

6. Bellevue, 3:33.51 



TRACK & FIELD 

HARRODSBURG PIONEERS 




Front Row: (L-R) Jeff Weldon, Craig Yeast, Jay Parks, Corey Smith, Derek Johnson. Standing: 
Coach Alvis Johnson, Andy Wilhite, Remont Mays, Lament Owens, Dennis Johnson, Shawntae 
Baker, Asst. Terry Yeast. 



Boys' 3200 Meier Relay 

1. Bellevue, 8:23.90 

2. Dayton, 8:26.09 

3. Danville, 8:30 70 

4. Lexington Catholic, 8:43 84 

5. Murray, 8:43.92 

6. Russellville, 8:46.75 

Boys' Shot Put 

1. Phil Stevenson, Bellevue, 50'5 

2. Dennis Johnson, Harrodsburg. 48'6 

3 Demetrius Powell, Providence. 48'05.75 

4 Noal Asher, Harlan, 48:02.5 

5 Kirk Barnett, Fulton County, 48'1.75 
6. Greg Sons, Menifee County. 46'08.25 

Boys' Discus 
1 Phil Stevenson, Bellevue, 153'9 

2. Brett Richardson, Lexington Catholic, 137'9 

3. Mike Caudill, Ludlow, 132'3 

4. Gordon Crow, Garrard County, 131 '3 

5. Nat Norris, Fairview, 129'4 

6. Demetrius Powell, Providence, 128'8 

Boys' Pole Vault 

1. Aaron Jones, Bellevue, 13'6 

2. Tony Pabst, Bellevue, 13' 

3. Mike Stany, Frankfort, 12'6 

4. Remont Mays, Harrodsburg, 11 '6 

5. Jeff Cull, Carroll County, 1 1 '0 

6. Ben Davis, Trigg County, ll'O 

Boys' Triple Jump 

1 . Andy Wilhite, Harrodsburg, 45'6.75 

2. Shante Baker, Harrodsburg, 44'1.25 

3. Octavian Todd, Russellville, 42'10.S 

4. Jerry Gore, Mayfield, 426.5 

5. Richard Clark. Lexington Catholic, 42'6 

6. Aaron Jones, Bellevue, 42'2 

Boys' Long Jump 

1. Jeremy Croft, Crittenden County, 22'10 75 

2. Kenny Hunt, Russellville, 22'5 

3. Andy Wilhite, Harrodsburg, 22'2.75 

4. James Messer, Red Bird, 212.75 

5. Mancel Elam, Fulton County, 21'0.25 

6. Pat Hissong, Bellevue, 20'3.5 



Boys' High Jump 

1. Andy Wilhite, Harrodsburg, 6'2 

2. Justin West, Bellevue, 6'2 

3. Aaron Jones, Bellevue, 6'2 
3. David Caldwell, Fairview, 6'2 

5. Keith Morris, Russellville, 6'0 

6. Ryan Woodford, Caverna, 6'0 



Boys' Class A Team Totals 




Harrodsburg 


92 00 


Bellevue 


65.00 


Danville 


38.00 


Frankforl 


38.00 


Dayton 


34.00 


Lexington Catholic 


32.00 


Fairview 


2800 


Murray 


2800 


Russellville 


2500 


Trigg County 


2200 


Bardstown 


15.00 


Bishop Brossarl 


14.00 


Mayfield 


13.00 


Crittenden County 


10.00 


Walton-Verona 


8.00 


Providence 


7,00 


Carroll County 


6.00 


Ludlow 


6.00 


St Henry 


6.00 


Bath County 


4.00 


Cordia 


4.00 


Garrard County 


4.00 


Harlan 


4.00 


Oneida Baptist 


4.00 


Red Bird 


4.00 


St. Mary 


4.00 


Fulton City 


2.00 


Fulton County 


2.00 


Hickman County 


2.00 


Nicholas County 


2.00 


Caverna 


1.00 


Lee County 


1.00 


Menifee County 


1.00 


Paris 


1.00 


West Hopkins 


1.00 



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CLASS AA GIRLS 



Girls' 100 Meter High Hurdles 

1. Aimee Bohn, Russell, 16.29 

2. Amanda Bastin. Russell County, 16.32 

3. Tara Montgomery, Marion County, 16.39 

4. Holly May, Morgan County. 16.65 

5. Leslie Ford, Monroe County, 17.01 

6. Katie Boarman, Owensboro Catholic, 17.22 

Girls' 100 Meter Dasti 

1. Jennifer Kimbrough. Franklin-Simpson, 13.05 

2. Alicia Seabrooks, Marion County, 13.06 

3. Nikki Bugg, Mercer County, 13.22 

4. Kelly Cecil. Larue County, 13.23 

5. Adrienne Setters, Ryle, 13.36 

6. Rebecca Collinsworth, West Carter, 13.38 

Girls' 800 Meter Relay 
1 McLean County, 1:49 27 

2. Fort Knox, 1:50.29 

3. Caldwell County, 1:51.52 
4 Harrison County, 1:51.55 
5. Russell, 1:52.28 

6- Mason County, 1:57,49 

Girls' 1600 Meter Run 
1 Jenny Kocti, Western Hills, 5:1 9.68 
2. Lauren Edwards, Warren East, 5:19 75 

3 Marie Perry, Western Hills, 5:24.89 

4 Ctiristibetti Jotinston, Hart County, 5:28.42 

5. Karen Lutes, Harrison County, 5:43.38 

6. Brandy Cecil, Hancock County, 5:43.89 

Girls' 400 Meter Relay 

1. Paducah Tilgtiman, 51.38 

2, Ryle, 52.33 

3. Newport, 52.36 

4, Fori Knox, 53.26 

5 Marion County, 53.33 
6. Russell, 54,39 

Girls' 400 Meter Dash 

1 Shekera Weston, Fori Campbell, 0:57.08 

2 Chernale Pinner, Paducah Tilghman, 1:00.15 

3. Katie Ticknor, East Carter, 1:00 69 

4. Nikki Reed, Betsy Layne, 1 :02.46 

5 Rhonda Smith, Franklin-Simpson, 1:02 66 
6, Amy Lochow, Russell, 1:02,86 

Girls' 300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1 , Amanda Collinsworth, West Carter, 47,60 

2, Courtney McCoy, Calloway County, 48,37 

3 Marcisha Brazley, Fort Campbell. 48 63 

4 Jackie Ackman, Highlands, 49 34 

5. Amanda Bastin, Russell County, 49.35 

6. Aimee Bohn, Russell. 49.44 

Girls' 800 Meter Run 
1 llene Kelly, LLoyd Memorial, 2:24.28 

2. Marie Perry, Western Hills, 2:27.56 

3. Tara Foltz. Caldwell County, 2:29.92 

4. Tammy Southworth, Powell County, 2:30.85 

5. Erin Fields, Fori Knox, 2:31.12 

6. Amy Lauer, Russell. 2:31.22 

Girls' 200 Meter Dash 

1. Shekera Weston, Fort Campbell, 25 99 

2. Ebony Gray, Caldwell County. 26.96 

3. Nikki Bugg. Mercer County, 27.02 

4. Alicia Seabrooks, Marion County, 27.29 

5. Kelly Taylor, Mercer County, 27.43 

6. Adrienne Setters, Ryle, 27.46 

Girls' 3200 Meter Run 
1 Christibeth Johnston, Hart County, 11:41.12 

2. Jenny Koch, Western Hills, 12:03.54 

3. Tammy Southworth, Powell County, 12:20.36 

4. Lauren Edwards, Warren East, 12:23.19 

5. Karen Lutes, Harrison County, 12:25.26 

6. Carmen Patrick, Fort Campbell, 12:30.80 



RUSSELL RED DEVIL 



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Front Row (L-R) Kane Burch, Amy Galer, AMy Lauer, Mindy Asbury, Cari Campbell, Aimee Bohi 1 1 
Erin Back Second Row: Amy Lochow, Coach Alice Leigh, Allison Wadkins, Melissa Gale, AshU !l 
Mantle, Kat Lenfert, Asst. Anna Chaffin. 



Girls' 1600 Meter Relay 

1. Fort Campbell, 4:07 06 

2. Paducah Tilghman. 4:07.93 

3. Russell, 4:12.20 

4. Lloyd Memorial, 4:14.10 

5. Owensboro Catholic, 4:18.57 

6. Highlands, 4:19.54 

Girls' 3200 Meter Relay 

1. Russell, 10:12.20 

2. Fort Knox, 10:23.40 

3. Lloyd Memorial. 10:28.61 

4. Fort Campbell, 10:31.18 

5. Warren East, 10:40.56 

6. Hart County, 10:44.05 

Girts' Shot Put 

1 . Malena Hall, Powell County, 35'1 1" 

2. Robin Fryman, Bourbon County, 3510. 5" 

3 Stephanie Eastwood, South Hopkins, 35'9.25'' 

4 Patricia Parham, Fort Knox, 34' 15" 

5. Sally Phillips, Logan County, 33'2" 

6. Stephanie Dennison, Edmonson County, 33'. 5" 

Girts' Discus 

1. Robin Fryman, Bourbon County, 125'4 

2. Stephanie Dennison, Edmonson County. 114'4 

3. Shelby Whitaker, Bourbon County. 103'7 

4. Malena Hall, Powell County, 101 '7 

5. Martina Martin, Marion County. 100'6 

6. Stephanie Eastwood, South Hopkins, 95'10 

Girts' Long Jump 

1. Rebecca Collinsworth, West Carter, 17'10.25 

2. Miranda Martin. Paducah Tilghman, 16'8.25 

3. Kelly Cecil. Larue County. 16'7.5 

4. Ashley Mantle, Russell. 162.25 

5. Tiffany Runyon, Belfry, 15'11 

6. Shae Houser, Lone Oak, 15'8.75 

Girts' High Jump 

1. Janet Crawford, Fleming County, 5'3 

2. Kane Burch, Russell, 5'0 

3. Beth Broenng, Highlands, 5'0 

4. Melanie Croley, Glasgow, 4'10 

5. Laura Ralston, Webster County, 4'10 

6. Amy Blake, Logan County, 4'10 



1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 



Girts' Class AA Team Totals 




Russell 


44.00 


Fort Campbell 


41.00 


Paducah Tilghman 


34 00 


Western Hills 


32.00 


Fort Knox 


26.00 


Bourbon County 


2400 


Powell County 


24.00 


Marion County 


22.00 


West Carter 


21.00 


Caldwell County 


20.00 


Hart County 


15.00 


Mercer County 


14.00 


Warren East 


14.00 


Franklin-Simpson 


1200 


Highlands 


11.00 


Ryle 


11.00 


Fleming County 


10.00 


LLoyd Memonal 


10.00 


Larue County 


10.00 


Lloyd Memorial 


10.00 


McLean County 


10.00 


Russell County 


10.00 


Edmonson County 


9.00 


Calloway County 


8.00 


Harrison County 


8.00 


South Hopkins 


7.00 


East Carter 


6.00 


Newport 


6.00 


Betsy Layne 


4.00 


Glasgow 


4.00 


Morgan County 


4.00 


Logan County 


3.00 


Owensboro Catholic 


3.00 


Belfry 


2.00 


Monroe County 


2.00 


Webster County 


2.00 


Hancock County 


1.00 


Lone Oak 


1.00 


Mason County 


1.00 



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CLASS AA BOYS 



Boys' 1 10 Meter High Hurdles 

1. Jeremy Lewis, Fleming County, 15.25 

2. Dwighl Holder, Franklin-Simpson, 15.52 

3. Sam Anderson, Fort Campbell. 15.55 

4. Tony Salvange, Covington Catholic. 16.02 

5. Ryan Meyer. Highlands, 16.48 

6. John Woolen, Leslie County, 16.62 

Boys' 100 Meter Dash 

1. Terrell English, Paducah Tilghman, 11.23 

2. Sam Anderson, Fort Campbell, 11.32 

3. Dell McPeake, Elizabethtown, 11.42 

4. Jason Bradley, Elizabethtown, 11.46 

5. Jason Stacy, Belfry, 1 1 .49 

6 Augie Marks. Lloyd Memorial. 11,54 

Boys' 1600 Meter Run 

1 Thomas Murley. Elizabethtown. 4:22,67 

2 Robbie Hartman, Ryle, 4:33.44 

3. Will Hodges, Green County, 4:35.85 

4. Danny Wright, Morgan County, 4:36.12 

5. Joey Tucker, Fori Campbell, 4:37.26 

6. John Cales, East Carter, 4:40.69 

Boys' 400 Meter Relay 
1 Fort Knox, 43 62 

2. Elizabethtown, 44.49 

3. Russell, 45.29 

4 Harrison County, 45.32 

5 Franklin County, 46.17 

Boys' 400 Meter Dash 

1 , Terrell English, Paducah Tilghman, 49,95 

2, Thomas Brown, Fort Knox, 50,19 

3, Augie Marks. Lloyd Memorial, 51,19 

4, Michael Glaze, Fort Campbell, 51 49 

5, Jonathan Whitlock, Boyle County, 51,62 

6 William Grate. Fort Knox. 51.63 

Boys' 300 Meter Int. Hurdles 

1, Keoka Jackson. Paducah Tilghman. 39.37 

2, Dwight Holder, Franklin-Simpson. 39,71 

3, Bill Swimm, Russell. 40,57 

4, Tony Salvange. Covington Catholic. 40.78 
5 Ryan Meyer. Highlands. 41.21 

6, Rudy Renfrew. Green County. 42.13 

Boys' 800 Meier Run 

1 Wes Freeland. Elizabethtown. 1:56 95 

2 Brennan Calvert, Covington Catholic. 1:58.79 

3 Jamie Southerland, Butler County. 2:00 50 

4 Robbie Hartman, Ryle. 2:02 73 

5 Ricky Steele, Anderson County. 2:02.80 

6 Kevin Stumbo. Allen Central. 2:04.23 

Boys' 200 Meter Dash 

1 . Joshua Ellis. Paducah Tilghman. 22.28 

2. Augie Marks. Lloyd Memorial. 22.36 

3. Jason Bradley. Elizabethtown, 22.71 

4. Tiant Young. Paducah Tilghman. 22 91 

5. Carl Bunce. Bourbon County. 23,06 

6. Scott Stockton. Elizabethtown. 23.26 

Boys' 3200 Meter Run 
I.Thomas Murley. Elizabethtown. 9:39.53 

2. Pete Lockwood. Pendleton County. 9:51.64 

3. Joey Tucker. Fort Campbell. 10:00,28 

4. Danny Wright. Morgan County. 10:00.35 

5. Adam Cross. Allen Co.-Scottsville. 10:05.79 

6. Will Hodges. Green County. 10:13.76 

Boys' 1600 Meter Relay 

1. Paducah Tilghman. 3:26.45 

2. Fori Campbell, 3:29.92 

3. Covington Catholic. 3:30.15 

4. Highlands. 3:31.69 

5. Elizabethtown. 3:34.79 

6. Fort Knox. 3:36.09 



ELIZABETHTOWN PANTHERS 




Front Row: (L-R) Todd Felker. LaSteven Cleaver, Justin Whalen, Joey Hurley, Scott Stockton, Jason 
Bradely. Second Row: Asst. Tim Hinkle, Coach James Haire, Wes Freeland, Luke Padgett, Thomas 
Murley, Noppy Nofsinger, Nathan McCurry, Dell McPeake, Asst. Adam Lindsey. 



Boys' 3200 Meter Relay 

1, Elizabethtown, 8:16,28 

2, Paducah Tilghman, 8:21,47 

3, Fori Knox, 8 25 49 

4, Fori Campbell, 8:26,65 

5, Allen County-Scottsville. 8:35.73 

6, Pendleton County. 8:38.93 

Boys' Shot Put 

1 . Jerry Ingram. Harrison County. 55'8.75 

2. Jonas Hill. Madison Southern. 48'0.5 

3. Chris Stone. Harrison County. 45'5 

4. Nathan Mayes. Fori Knox. 45'4.5 

5. Chris Causey. Madison Southern. 45'1 5 
6 Henry Trammel. Mason County. 43'1 ,5 

Boys' Discus 

1 Ryan Hill. Webster County, 157'4 

2 Jerry Ingram, Harrison County, 157'3 

3, Billy Moore, Mercer County, 149'10 

4, Robbie Miller, Fleming County, 134'10 

5, Mike Lutz. Covington Catholic, 133'6 

6 Harold Stanelle, Russell County, 131'4 

Boys' Pole Vault 

1. Kevin Case, Harrison County, 12'6 

2. Steven Wade, Bourbon County, 12' 
2. Tim O'Hare, Marion County, 12' 

4. Greg Taylor, Anderson County, 1 1 '6 

5. David Wieber, Fort Knox. 11 '6 

6. Frank Jackson, Fort Campbell. 1 1 '0 

Boys' Triple Jump 

1, Dell McPeake, Elizabethtown, 44'4 

2, Derrick Tate, Fort Campbell, 44'3.75 

3, Rob Bradshaw, Anderson County. 43'7 

4, Tim Harmon. Paducah Tilghman. 43'2 

5, Malt Hollenkamp. Covington Catholic. 41 '7 

6, Quilon Jackson. Mason County. 41 '6 

Boys' Long Jump 

1. Rob Bradshaw. Anderson County, 21 '4,25 

2. Dell McPeake. Elizabethtown. 21 '4.25 

3. Andrew Amicarelli. Russell. 20'8.5 

4. Matt Sharp. Breathitt County. 20'4.75 

5. Dale Slusser. Russell County. 19'11 

6. Corey Crume. Marion County, 19'8.5 



Boys' High Jump 

1. Gabe Boslic. Fort Knox. 6'6 

2. Jute Belle. Marion County. 6'4 

3. Eddie Perdue, Webster County, 6'2 

4. Andrew Amicarelli, Russell, 6'2 

5. Chris Roberts, Shelby Valley, 6'0 

6. Brian Alderman, Fleming County, 5'10 
6. Rob Bradshaw, Anderson County, 5'10 



Boys' Class AA Team Totals 




Elizabethtown 


85.00 


Paducah Tilghman 


66 00 


Fort Campbell 


47,00 


Fort Knox 


42,00 


Harrison County 


38 00 


Covington Catholic 


26,00 


Anderson County 


22,50 


Russell 


22,00 


Franklin-Simpson 


1600 


Marion County 


1600 


Webster County 


1600 


Lloyd Memorial 


15,00 


Fleming County 


14,50 


Ryle 


12,00 


Madison Southern 


10.00 


Bourbon County 


9.00 


Pendleton County 


9.00 


Green County 


8.00 


Highlands 


8.00 


Morgan County 


8.00 


Butler County 


6.00 


Mercer County 


6.00 


Allen County-Scottsville 


4.00 


Breathitt County 


4.00 


Russell County 


3.00 


Belfry 


2.00 


Boyle County 


2.00 


Franklin County 


2.00 


Mason County 


2.00 


Shelby Valley 


2.00 


Allen Central 


1.00 


East Carter 


1.00 


Leslie County 


1.00 



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CLASS AAA GIRLS 



Girls' 100 Meter High Hurdles 

1 . Teneska Blakey, Valley, 1 4.75 

2. Shonna Johnson. Valley, 15.12 

3. Molisa Morgan, Henry Clay, 15.15 

<t. Michelle Williams. Paul Dunbar, 15.32 

5. Angela Mula, Eastern, 15.89 

6 Marna Moore, North Hardin, 15.99 

Girls' 100 Meter Dash 

1. Teneska Blakey, Valley, 12.44 

2. Zanae Humphries, Hopkinsville, 12.58 

3. Tamika Townsend, Eastern, 12.75 

4. Maeghen Ramser, Assumption, 12.83 
5 Rokania Downing, Henry Clay. 12.96 
6.D J. Wicks. Central, 13.08 

Girls' 800 Meter Relay 

1. Henry Clay, 1:44.37 

2. Paul Dunbar, 1:45.73 

3. Valley, 1:46.17 

4. Eastern, 1:46 30 

5 Henderson County, 1:50 21 

6, Daviess County, 1:50.41 

Girls' 1600 Meter Run 

1 Catoyia Brown, Owensboro, 5:20.64 

2 Collen Guy, Sacred Heart, 5:25.91 

3. Anna Ryan, Scott, 5:26.18 

4. Brookley Longworth, Henderson Co., 5:26.92 

5. Kim Shoemaker, G.R. Clark, 5:28.62 

6 Pam Barnes, Greenwood. 5:32.35 

Girls' 400 Meter Relay 
I.Valley. 50.45 

2. Male, 50.58 

3. Southern. 50 85 

4. Paul Dunbar, 51.07 
5 Lafayette, 51.51 

6. Bowling Green, 52.71 

Girls' 400 Meter Dash 
1. Tamika Townsend, Eastern, 0:57.49 

2 Kyra Elzy, Oldham County, 0:58.49 

3 Anna Adams, Daviess County, 0:58.96 

4 Rebecca Gronolle, Assumption, 1:00 13 

5 Holly Wilder, South Laurel, 1:01.83 

6. Patty Hughes, Woodford County, 1:02.10 

Girls' 300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1 . Teneska Blakey, Valley, 43 96 

2. Molisa Morgan, Henry Clay, 44.97 

3 Rebecca White, Scott County, 46 73 
4- Michelle Yeager, Waggener, 46.93 

5 Angela Mula, Eastern, 47 70 

6 Erica Hodges, Bell County, 48.94 

Girls' 800 Meter Run 

1 Anna Adams, Daviess County, 2:20.81 

2. Delia Watson, Greenwood, 2:24.54 

3 Angle Glass. Barren County, 2:24.91 

4 Laura DeMaria, Boone County, 2:25.34 

5. Mandy Jones, Pulaski County, 2:26.91 

6. Ginny Webb, Greenup County, 2:28.75 

Girls' 200 Meter Dash 

1 . Teneska Blakey. Valley. 25.26 

2 Sumayya Rashid. Henry Clay. 25.52 

3. Tamika Townsend. Eastern. 25.83 

4. Zanae Humphries. Hopkinsville, 26.00 

5. Michelle Williams. Paul Dunbar, 26.53 

6. Whyndii Burke, Valley, 26.73 

Girls' 3200 Meter Run 
1 Anna Ryan, Scott, 11:56.69 

2. Kim Shoemaker, G.R. Clark, 12:05.07 

3 Nicole Yosmali, Lafayette, 12:10.94 
4. Amy Fraze, Sacred Heart, 12:14.01 

5 Magan Hunter, Henderson County, 12:15.48 
6. Christy Helton, Campbell County, 12:21.89 



VALLEY LADY VIKING,! 




Front Row; (L-R) Shareda Blakely, Tenesha Blakely, Artena Allen. Second Row: Shonna John 
Tiya Thomas, Shavonda Johnson, Elsia Clay, Tamara Dues, Principal Terry Shinkle. Back Rovl 
Coach Chico Underwood, Asst. Bianca Graves, Asst. Desaintus McClain, Gina Leach, Lareshi 



Logan, Jamila Underwood, Weyndii Burke. 






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Girls' Class AAA Team Totals 




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I.Valley, 4:06.26 


Valley 


83.00 


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2. Woodford County, 4:07.69 


Henry Clay 


52.00 


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3. Lafayette, 4:09.66 


Eastern 


40.00 


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4. Central Hardin, 4:13.10 


Sacred Heart 


28.00 


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5. Daviess County, 4:13.15 


Paul Dunbar 


26.00 


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6. Assumption, 4:13.60 


Bryan Station 


20.00 


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Daviess County 


19.00 




Girls' 3200 Meter Relay 


Hopkinsville 


18.00 


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1. Sacred Heart. 9:55.65 


Assumption 


17.00 


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2. Pulaski County, 9:58.09 


Scott 


16.00 


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3. Central, 10:06.63 


Lafayette 


14.00 


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4 Boyd County, 10:10.07 


Barren County 


10.00 


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5 Notre Dame. 10:12.80 


George Rogers Clark 


10.00 


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6. Oldham County, 10:12.79 


Owensboro 


10.00 


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Pulaski County 


10.00 




Girls' Shot Put 


Greenwood 


9.00 


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1 . Caria PrewitI, Bryan Station. 43'7.25 


Oldham County 


9.00 


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2. Renee Taylor. Jessamine County. 37'5.5 


Woodford County 


9.00 


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3. Kristen Davis. Sacred Hearl, 35'9 25 


Henderson County 


8.00 


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4 Jennifer Gross, Barren County, 35'2.25 


Jessamine County 


8.00 


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5. Kim Marsh, Paul Blazer, 34'4.75 


Male 


8.00 


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6. Ruth Murphy. Boone County. 32'3 


Central 


7.00 


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Greenup County 


7.00 




Girls' Discus 


Boone County 


6.00 


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1. Carta Prewitt. Bryan Station. 129'2 


Madisonville-N. Hopkins 


6.00 


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2. Shelly Fister, Paul Dunbar. 126'0 


Scott County 


6.00 


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3. Kari Easier, Greenup County. 1 16'4 


Southern 


6.00 


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4. Elame Russell. Assumption. 102'10 


Boyd County 


4.00 


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5. DeShea Brock. Grayson County, 101 '4 


Central Hardin 


4.00 


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6. Katie Rawlings. North Hardin. 98'9 


North Hardin 


4.00 


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South Oldham 


4.00 




Girls' Long Jump 


Waggener 


4.00 


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1. Sumayya Rashid. Henry Clay. 18'3.75 


Campbell County 


3.00 


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2. Shonna Johnson. Valley. 17'5 


Grayson County 


2.00 




3. Michelle Fell. Madisonville-N. Hopkins. 16'8 


Notre Dame 


2.00 




4. Maeghen Ramsey. Assumption. 15'11 


Paul Blazer 


2.00 




5. Takiah Cooper. North Hardin, IS'IO.S 


South Laurel 


2.00 


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6. Robin Pugh, Boone County, 15'5.25 


Bell County 


1.00 


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Bowling Green 


1.00 




Girls' High Jump 


Knox Central 


1.00 


IS 

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1. Jaynetta Saunders, Eastern, 5'2 






2. Molisa Morgan, Henry Clay, 5'0 








3 Zanae Humphries, Hopkinsville, 50 








4. Laura Webb, South Oldham, 4'10 








5. Julie Neace, Campbell County, 4'10 






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6. Nola Jackson, Knox Central, 4'10 








1994 KHSAA FINAL RESULTS 




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CLASS AAA BOYS 



Boys' 110 Meter High Hurdles 
1 Joey Stockton, North Hardin, 14.32 

2. Tony Esters, Bryan Station, 14.59 

3. Josh Smith, Pulaski Southwestern, 15.36 

4. Mitch Randle, Eastern. 15.39 

5. Jeff Sholly, Henderson County, 15.52 

6. Calvin Gordon, North Hardin, 15.69 

9oys' 100 Meter Dash 
1 Brian Raspberry, Male, 10.70 

2. Rondel Menendez, Eastern, 10.99 

3. Charlie Boggs, Scott County, 11.18 

4. Chris Pointer, Male, 11.25 

5. Reggie Bethel, Fairdale, 11.26 

6. Shawn Redmond, Henry Clay. 11 28 

Soys' 1600 Meter Run 

1 Ryan Knight, Male, 4:19.83 

2 Josh Buffolino, Shelby County, 4:20.73 

3. Charlie Moore. Daviess County, 4:21.23 

4. Jim Garnett. Christian County, 4:24.33 
S.Aaron Harbolt. DeSales, 4:30.11 

6- Andy Dobelstein, Atherton, 4:31.47 

Boys' 400 Meter Relay 
I.Male, 42.92 

2. Henderson County, 43.75 

3. Henry Clay, 44.15 

4. Shawnee, 44.16 

5. Eastern, 44.45 

6. Campbell County, 44.65 

Boys' 400 Meter Dash 
I.MarkMiller, Male, 48.11 

2. Wendill Childs, Bryan Station, 48.98 

3. Parrish Snardon. Iroquois, 49.18 

4 Rondel Menendez, Eastern, 49 45 

5 Mike Northington, Henderson County, 50.88 
6. Jacob Keown, Mad -N Hopkins, 51.01 

Boys' 300 Meter Int. Hurdles 
1 Joey Stockton, North Hardin, 38.72 

2. Tony Esters, Bryan Station, 39.76 

3. Robin Handley, Owensboro, 40.06 

4. Jeff Sholly, Henderson County, 41.15 

5. Jack Jacobs, DuPont Manual, 41.42 

6. Josh Smith, Pulaski Southwestern, 42.10 

Boys' 800 Meter Run 
1 Jim Hahn, Meade County, 1:58.20 

2. Shaka Davis, Atherton, 1:58.46 

3. Aaron Harbolt, DeSales, 1 58.50 

4. Tommy Noel, Male, 1 :59.20 

5 Josh Buffolino, Shelby County, 2:00.06 
6, Chris Preston, Paul Dunbar, 2:00.53 

Boys' 200 Meter Dash 

1. Brian Raspberry, Male. 21.81 

2. Rondel Menendez. Eastern, 21.94 

3. Wendill Childs, Bryan Station, 21 98 

4. Parrish Snardon, Iroquois, 22.02 

5. Shawn Redmond, Henry Clay, 22.55 

6. Chris Pointer, Male, 22,68 

Boys' 3200 Meter Run 
I.Ryan Knight, Male, 9:36.27 
2. Charlie Moore, Daviess County, 9:36.84 

3 Bryan Purvis, Butler, 9:49.08 

4. Jon Erikson. Daviess County, 9:55.06 

5. Mike Luke, Trinity (Louisville), 9:56.19 

6. Brian Lilly, Holy Cross (Louisville), 10:01.16 

Boys' 1600 Meter Relay 
I.Male, 3:24.37 

2. Henderson County, 3:27.51 

3. Lafayetle, 3:28.28 

4 Seneca, 3:28.68 

5. Campbell County, 3:29.01 

6. Dixie Heights, 3:33.65 



MALE BULLDOGS 




Front Row: (L-R) Jason Bigg, Aaron High, Ryan Knight, Mark Miller, Ryan Bigg, Mike Newman, Ben 
Meggett. Second Row: Asst. Harold Hill, Michael Hambreck, Coach Jim Bartman, Brian Rasberry, Chris 
Pointer, Antonio Brewer, Thomas Marshall, Thomas Noel, Tony Driver. 



Boys' 3200 Meter Relay 
I.Male, 8:03.54 

2. Marshall County, 8:04.21 

3. Daviess County, 8:09.75 

4. Shelby County, 8:12.05 

5. SI Xavier, 8:16.39 

6. North Hardin, 8:16.55 

Boys' Shot Put 

1 . Derrick Wells, Mad.-N. Hopkins, 50'2.75 

2. Cornelius Allen, Greenwood. 49'4 

3. Dan Ebelen, Tates Creek, 47'1 1 .5 

4. Parvin Greene, Henderson County, 47'9 

5. Jason Taylor, Shelby County, 47'8.5 
6 Shad Wilson, Paul Dunbar, 46'9.75 

Boys' Discus 

1. Tallie Adams, Paul Dunbar, 147'5 

2. Mark Book, Henderson County, 145'3 

3. Derrick Jackson, DuPont Manual, 141'4 

4. Tyrone Hopson, Daviess County, 139'11 

5. David Funke, Simon Kenton, 137'1 

6 Jason Hundley, Shelby County, 131'7 

Boys' Pole Vault 

1. Andy Knight, Apollo, 14'6 

2. Jason Wilgus, Daviess County. 14' 

3 Jimmy McKinney, Jessamine County, 14'6 

4. Kevin Murphy, SI Xavier. 13' 

5. Tim Ransom, Scott. 12' 

6. Chad Gibson, Grayson County, 12' 

Boys' Triple Jump 

1. Joey Stockton, North Hardin, 45'9 

2. Cortez Metcalfe, Warren Central, 44'0.5 

3. Demario Jones, Tates Creek, 43'9 

4. Derrick White, Henderson County, 43'2.5 

5. Julian Beaumont, Atherton, 43'0.75 
6 Brannon Long, Paul Dunbar, 43'0 

Boys' Long Jump 

1. Joey Stockton, North Hardin, 23'6 

2. Tony Woods, St Xavier, 23'3 

3. Jerold Borden, Seneca, 22'4.5 

4. Derrick White, Henderson County, 22' .5 

5. Lee Troxler. Greenup County, 21 '6.75 

6. Charlie Boggs, Scott. 21 '3.25 



Boys' High Jump 

1 . Pat Farnan. SI Xavier, 6'1 1 * 

2. Shaka Davis, Atherton, 6'6 

3. Teryl Means, Eastern, 6'6 

4. Robert Hall, Boone County, 6'4 

5. Mike Kemper, Valley, 6'2 

6. Josh Long, Dixie Heights. 6'2 



oys' Class AAA Team Totals 




Male 


89.00 


Henderson County 


44.00 


North Hardin 


42.00 


Daviess County 


36.00 


Eastern 


32.00 


Bryan Station 


30.00 


St Xavier 


24.00 


Atherton 


19.00 


Shelby County 


17.00 


Paul Dunbar 


13.00 


Tales Creek 


12.00 


Madisonville-N. Hopkins 


11.00 


Apollo 


10.00 


Iroquois 


10.00 


Meade County 


10.00 


Seneca 


10.00 


Henry Clay 


9.00 


DeSales 


8.00 


DuPont Manual 


8.00 


Greenwood 


8.00 


Marshall County 


8.00 


Warren Central 


8.00 


Pulaski Southwestern 


7.00 


Butler 


6.00 


Jessamine County 


6.00 


Lafayette 


6.00 


Owensboro 


6.00 


Scott County 


6.00 


Boone County 


4.00 


Christian County 


4.00 


Shawnee 


4.00 


Campbell County 


3.00 


Scott 


3.00 


Dixie Heights 


2.00 


Fairdale 


2.00 


Greenup County 


2.00 


Simon Kenton 


2.00 


Trinity (Louisville) 


2.00 


Valley 


2.00 


Grayson County 


1.00 


Holy Cross (Louisville) 


1.00 



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44 I ATHLETE 



VOLLEYBALL 

October 29-30, 1993 • Falrdale High School 

ASSUMPTION ROCKETS 




Front Row: (L-R) Kelley Cecil, Ann Marie Gary, Jennifer Grubbs, Stacey Sullivan, Chrissy Preston. 
Second Row; Kathleen Flynn, Mgr. Kathy Bauer, Jessica Rothgerber, Melissa Starck, Amy Haury. Third 
Row: Katie Graham, Anne Kordes, Lauren Carney, Annie Filley, Carrie Urton. Back Row:Asst. Dan 
Palmer, Asst. Rick Nold, Coach Ron Kordes 



1993 VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT RESULTS 

First Round 

Lou. HolyCrossdef. St. Henry (15-12, 15-10) 
Presentation def. Boone Co. (15-10, 15-7) 
Notre Dame def. Butler (15-8, 15-10) 
Sacred Heart def. Scott Co. (15-1, 15-3) 

Quarterfinals 

Holy Cross def. Woodford Co. (15-7, 15-10) 
Assumption def. Presentation (15-2, 15-3) 
Notre Dame def. Mercy (15-8, 18-16) 
Sacred Heart def. Highlands (15-11, 10-15, 15-12) 

Semifinals 

Assumption def. HolyCross (15-11, 15-8) 
Sacred Heart def. Notre Dame (15-6, 15-8) 

Championship 

Assumption def. Sacred Heart (15-9, 15-5) 



1993 
ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 



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Annie Filley 
Lindsey Tucker 
Nicole Grimes 
Lauren Mackey 
Kim Carpenter 
Becky Tenkman 
Molly Donovan 
Marisa Brickley 
Megan Arnzen 
Becky Wahl 
Stephanie Powers 



Assumption 
Assumption 
Holy Cross 
Holy Cross 
Sacred Heart 
Sacred Heart 
Notre Dame 
Notre Dame 
Mercy 
Highlands 
Presentation 
Woodford Co. 



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WRESTLING 

February 18-19, 1994 • Atherton High School • Louisville, Kentucky 



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Preece, Dax Harris, Matt Stepp, Jason Smith. Third Row: Principal A.J. Haney, Toney Bowen, Eric 
Jewell, McKinnley Stepp, Archie Stepp, Coach Simpklns, Jason Stepp, Coach Trado. 



1994 TEAM RESULTS 




Sheldon Clark 


1745 


Woodford County 


132-0 


Christian County 


1250 


HopkinsviUe 


88-0 


St. Xavier 


88.0 


Union County 


85.0 


Simon Kenlon 


79.0 


Campbell County 


68.0 


Eastern 


67.5 


Henry Clay 


54.0 


Louisville Collegiate 


53.5 


Scott 


50.0 


Conner 


39.0 


Trinity 


39.0 


Central Hardin 


33.0 


Tates Creek 


32.0 


Fern Creek 


27.0 


South Oldham 


26.5 


Oldham County 


26.0 


Danville 


24.0 


Western 


24.0 


Seneca 


17.5 


Valley 


17.0 


Harrison County 


16.5 


Dixie Heights 


14.0 


Fairdale 


11 


Oneida Baptist 


10.0 


Franklin County 


80 


Fori Knox 


7.0 


Ryle 


6.0 


Paul Blazer 


5.0 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


5.0 


Wayne County 


40 


Holmes 


3.0 


Jeffersontown 


3.0 


Waggener 


3.0 


Boone County 


2.0 


Lafayette 


20 


LaRue County 


20 


North Hardin 


2.0 


Southern 


2.0 


Fort Campbell 


1.0 




1994 OUTSTANDING WRESTLER 

Sheldon Clark's Bruce Stepp accepts congratulations 
from tournament official Jack Cline after winning the 
award. Stepp won the heavyweight class in 1994 after 
winning the 189-class in 1993. 



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WRESTLING^ 




1994 INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS 

Front Row; (L-R) Brandon Wilkens (1 30 - Campbell Co.), Mike Lee (1 40 - Simon Kenton), Tom Cibull 
(125 -Tales Creek), Greg Woodring (119- Union Co.), Grady Peterson (112 - Christian Co.), Jason 
Talbott (103 - Oldham Co ) Back Row: Steve Kaiser (145 - Simon Kenton), Don Blevins (152 - Fern 
Creek), Tim Lawson (135 - Henry Clay), Desmond Wildford (171 - Christian Co ), Bruce Stepp (275 - 
Sheldon Clark). Not pictured: Jody Burke, Tendai Charasika. 



103 Weight Class 

1 Jason Talbott - Oldham County 

2 Shaun Smith - Christian County 

3 Tony Bowen - Sheldon Clark 

4 Josh White - Campbell County 

5 Ryan Schwartz - Dixie Heights 

6 Chris Valentine - Woodford County 

112 Weight Class 

1 Grady Peterson - Christian County 

2 Erik Nohalty - St Xavier 

3 Travis Culver - Eastern 

4 Greg Cecil - Caldwell County 

5 Jim Brady - Western 

6 Ryan McGuffin - South Oldham 

119 Weight Class 

1 Greg Woodring - Union County 

2 Joe Carr - Woodford County 

3 Kevin Delk - Conner 

4 Conrad Wilmoski - South Oldham 

5 Billy Crooker - Scott 

6 Cedric Tisby - Eastern 

125 Weight Class 

1 Tom Cibull - Tates Creek 

2 Dax Harris - Sheldon Clark 

3 Brad Ervin - Union County 

4 Andrew Tinsley - Caldwell County 

5 Kevin Murphy - St. Xavier 

6 Donte Jordan - Valley 

130 Weight Class 
t Brandon Wilkens - Campbell County 

2 Kenny VonRoenn - St. Xavier 

3 Morgan Chapman - Woodford County 

4 Tim Russleburg - Union County 

5 Chris Hovrard - Trinity 

6 Chris Kenny - Harrison County 



135 Weight Class 

1 Tim Lawson - Henry Clay 

2 No Medal Winner - DQ 

3 Cody Stewart - Woodford County 

4 Roy Kempf - Central Hardin 

5 Matt Lee - Simon Kenton 

6 William Lanier - Seneca 

140 Weight Class 

1 Mike Lee - Simon Kenton 

2 Jason Deskin - Sheldon Clark 

3 Darrell Smallwood - Central Hardin 

4 John Haubner - Scott 

5 Ian Horn - Woodford County 

6 Matt French - Trinity 

145 Weight Class 

1 Steve Kaiser • Simon Kenton 

2 Rodney Hawkins - Christian County 

3 Ronzale Piersey - Eastern 

4 Eric Jewell - Sheldon Clark 

5 Brian Perry - Woodford County 

6 Mike Butler - Trinity 

152 Weight Class 

1 Don Blevins - Fern Creek 

2 Frank Adams - Christian County 

3 Wesley Gray - Caldwell County 

4 Matt Stepp - Sheldon Clark 

5 Hans Hagen - Campbell County 

6 Cardell Merritt - Hopkinsville 

160 Weight Class 

1 Tendai Charasika - St. Xavier 

2 Archie Stepp - Sheldon Clark 

3 T.J. Iverson - Hopkinsville 

4 Tony Gerald - Eastern 

5 Jeremy Arnold - Woodford County 

6 Rick McLaIn - Franklin County 



171 Weight Class 

1 Desmond Wilford - Christian County 

2 George Birk - Henry Clay 

3 Miguel Merritt - Hopkinsville 

4 David Costello - Woodford County 

5 Steve Jude - Sheldon Clark 

6 Brad King - Trinity 

189 Weight Class 

1 Jody Burke - Christian County 

2 McKinley Stepp - Sheldon Clark 

3 Livingston Merritt - Hopkinsville 

4 Junior Brown - Union County 

5 David Ketcham - Scott 

6 Tony Staats - Oneida Baptist 

275 Weight Class 

1 Bruce Stepp - Sheldon Clark 

2 Eric Grubbs - Hopkinsville 

3 David Morris - Conner 

4 Josh Campbell - Woodford County 

5 Steve Tharp - Simon Kenton 

6 Chad Alvey - Fairdale 



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