There’s a photograph pieced together from a school yearbook that Elizabethtown High School boys’ basketball head coach James Haire often has looked at the last few years.
When the NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournament matchups are unveiled Sunday and Monday, three former local stars will be paying close attention.
There still may be a few weeks left in this continuously interrupted high school basketball regular season, but all eyes always turn to postseason play in Kentucky when so many dreams become reality.
All sports teams are special in their own way, whether they see their seasons end early in postseason play, or they’re like this Elizabethtown High School football team — playing for a state championship.
There are nights, now more than five decades later, that Gary Inman will wake up and what will be on his mind is one fourth-quarter high school football pass in a Class 2-A state championship game.
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