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Ralph Richardson Russell County High School, Ralph averaged 34 points, 20 rebounds, and 8 blocked shots a game during his senior season in He started his career as a tall, thin, awkward young player, but would become a high school all-American. He was selected to the all-state teams in and as well as the all-state tournament team in As a senior, he averaged 30 points and 20 rebounds.
He received first team all-state honors in , , and He was one of the few players in state history to make first team all-state three consecutive years. Harry was named Mr. Basketball in along with Ralph Richardson. Tom averaged 32 points per game both his junior and senior years leading his team to consecutive state tournament appearances. He had a stellar performance in the state tournament game versus Olive Hill with 36 points and double digit rebounds.
Jim Rose D Hazard High School, This "Bulldog" guard whose skillset was phenomenal helped lead Hazard to three consecutive Sweet 16 appearances in , , and He was named all-state in , , and as well as selected to the all-state tournament team in as a freshman. Jim Rose was selected to the Parade All-American team in He went on to a stellar career at Western Kentucky University.
A great rebounder and defender, he led Dotson to the state tournament in which was the last year of the school before consolidation.
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Dwight was named to first team all-state in and The "man in the middle" for Dunbar made the all-state tournament teams and the first team all-state teams in and In the tournament, he would score points, including 43 points in a spectacular final game performance. He was a first team all-stater in and and Mr. Basketball honoree in He received all-state recognition in and and was named Mr. He joined an elite group of Mason County players who scored more than 2, career points, including Hall of Famer Chris Lofton.
Male won the state championship in , and he was named to the all-tournament team. As a coach, she has amassed over wins and is hungry for more. The Valkyries under her leadership won consecutive state championships in , , and putting her in a select class of Kentucky high school coaches. Coach Randy Napier M. Napier team presented him with the ultimate prize, a Sweet 16 championship. His teams have won 9 regional championships during his current tenure at Perry County Central. Coach Napier is one of the great coaches in the history of the game.
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He is a Hall of Fame coach in every respect. His teams won games, 6 regional titles, and the state championship in When he was not coaching, he was teaching science classes at Hindman Settlement School. His successful tenure at Fairdale included 3 regional championships in the always tough 6th region. The Fairdale Bulldogs under his leadership captured back to back state championships in and Coach Billy Hicks Coach Billy Hicks is the winningest coach in Kentucky high school basketball history with over wins.
He has won 11 regional titles and 2 state championships at Scott County in and His teams have set a record for state tournament wins during his coaching tenure to date. Billy credits his good fortune to having great kids to work with, a Mother who understood the need for a college education, and a wife who has supported him tirelessly along the way. Carly Ormerod Sacred Heart Academy, Carly Ormerod is in a select group of players who have twice won MVP honors at the state tournament and three consecutive state championships.
She was named first team all-state in , , and and was selected Kentucky Miss Basketball in Carly was the ultimate team player who enhanced her teammates with her exceptional all-around game and leadership. She set a Sweet 16 performance standard for all to aspire. He was a tenacious, aggressive, tough player who exuded leadership skills. Rhodes was a first team all-state player in and He helped his team secure Sweet 16 appearances in , , and Gene was named to the all-state tournament team in He coached at Male High School, his alma mater, and St.
Xavier where he developed a championship program. His all-around basketball skills created tremendous matchup problems for his opponents. He led his Meade Memorial team to a record before the streak came to an end. That same year, Meade had twice beaten Hazard, the eventual state champions. Donnis was named first team all-state in He scored over 2, career points, averaging 29 points per game his senior year. He was selected to the Louisville Invitational All-Tournament team in both his junior and senior years.
He was named first team All-state in and leading the balloting for the All-State team his senior year. Adolph Rupp signed Prater to a scholarship after a brilliant High School career. As a professional, she would also play on a championship team making her career accomplishments extraordinary in Kentucky basketball history. Jerry, known for his athleticism and versatile game, received first team All-State recognition in his junior and senior year.
Averaging 24 points a game his senior season, he was named Mr. Kentucky Basketball in He went on to have an outstanding career at West Point and was a starter on the Olympic Team that won the gold medal.
Travis Ford Madisonville High School, Scoring 2, points and dishing out assists during his high school career are part of the reasons Travis received All-State recognition for the , , and seasons. Travis became a huge crowd favorite at the University of Kentucky where he finished his playing career.
Kentucky Basketball in while also receiving Parade All-American honors that same year. He was named first team All-State in both and Conner signed a basketball scholarship with the University of Kentucky where he enjoyed a stellar career. He scored 2, career points and garnered rebounds. For his efforts, he was named All-State his sophomore through senior years.
He was named Mr. Kentucky Basketball as well as a Parade All-American in John is currently coaching basketball at the University of Florida. He also received recognition as a High School All-American in Scoring points in the state tournament makes Bobby among the great scoring leaders in Sweet 16 history. He also received All-State team recognition in and His success at Lafayette propelled him into becoming an All-American guard at Duke University where his jersey was later retired.
Winston Bennett Male High School, Winston was one of the most powerful and physical athletes to ever play high school basketball in Kentucky. A fierce competitor, his rebounding and defense were equal to his outstanding offensive skills. He was named All-State in , , and In he was named Mr. Kentucky Basketball and a high school All-American. He led Male High School to national recognition in his senior year.
Winston signed a scholarship with the University of Kentucky where he had a highly successful career.
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He was also named first team All-State in and She was named Miss Kentucky Basketball in and and went on to a distinguished career at Western Kentucky University where she was named an All-American. Coach Ron Bevars North Hardin High School, A career spanning 38 years, and coaching over 1, games, has made Coach Bevars one of the five winningest coaches in Kentucky basketball history. He has achieved over victories, all at North Hardin High School.
Coach Bevars served as president of the Kentucky Association of Basketball Coaches and has been an active promoter of its rich history.
His remarkable success at small Maysville High School serves as a testament to his outstanding leadership skills. Coaching basketball for over 40 years, she was coaching basketball long before it came back on the KHSAA scene in She was recognized as Coach of the Year in , the same year her Sacred Heart Academy team won the state championship.
Bunny was also founder of the very prestigious LIT tournament which recognizes and brings in some of the best basketball team talent in the state.
All- State , and For two 2 years Lisa was named as part of the Parade All-America team. Named All-State , , and In her career, she scored points and had rebounds. His coaching career record of wins and losses was For the last thirty-two years, he has been at one place and that is PRP. Coach Mabrey has produced numerous All-State players that went on to star at the collegiate level.
State Runner-Up in and