After she won a state championship as a player, finished her college career and started coaching, Central Hardin’s Kristina Covington-Jones was given one big piece of advice.
The journey started years ago and still has years to go.
It’s been more than 60 years since Bill French and the Rinveyville Red Devils won a region title, but French’s memories of winning a championship haven’t diminished over time. He can vividly recall each championship in great detail.
Most people would look at John Hardin senior Mickey Pearson and immediately think he plays in the post. He stands 6-foot-7 and has an incredible wingspan.
Senior Rayven Peeples had a problem during the summer season. Her best friend on the team, junior Keyona Curry, was actually able to get stops against her.
Ask anyone of a certain age and they’ll try to pinpoint when things started to change for their careers.
- Central Hardin Bruins
- Central Hardin Lady Bruins
- Elizabethtown Panthers
- Elizabethtown Lady Panthers
- Fort Knox Eagles
- Fort Knox Lady Eagles
- Grayson County Cougars
- Grayson County Lady Cougars
- John Hardin Bulldogs
- John Hardin Lady Bulldogs
- LaRue County Hawks
- LaRue County Lady Hawks
- Meade County Green Wave
- Meade County Lady Waves
- North Hardin Trojans
- North Hardin Lady Trojans
- North Hardin Christian Falcons
- North Hardin Christian Lady Falcons
Players to Watch
Mark Goode walked off the court at Central… Read moreMark Goode, LaRue County
Cenrtral Hardin junior Jacob Hobbs has gro… Read moreJacob Hobbs, Central Hardin
Bailey Logsdon has waited a long time to b… Read moreBailey Logsdon, Grayson County
Aidan Matthews played two games as a sopho… Read moreAidan Matthews, Meade County
North Hardin senior Trevon Cooper was a ro… Read moreTrevon Cooper, North Hardin
If this was Major League Baseball, think the New York Yankees against the Boston Red Sox.
There’s only one boys’ basketball champion in Kentucky and in 2000, that team was the Elizabethtown Panthers. Their improbable run through the region and state tournament has become legendary. This is their story, in their own words.
Players to Watch
Presley Brown used to get upset when someo… Read morePresley Brown, LaRue County
Life is going to be different for the Cent… Read moreEmily Bryant, Central Hardin
Even when she’s 11½ inches shorter than he… Read moreBri Moton, North Hardin
When he was hired as coach of the Grayson … Read moreHannah Saltsman, Grayson County
Kendall Wingler had a chill entry into the… Read moreKendall Wingler, Meade County
A run to a state championship is more than what happens in the gym.
Elizabethtown coach James Haire remembers the 2000 season like it was yesterday.
For the last five years, high school basketball has been the third most popular sport in the nation in terms of numbers, following football, volleyball and track and field for boys and girls.
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