NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
303
2017
0
Charlie Adkins
Po Box 1008
Paintsville, KY 41240
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


Grayson Boyd
7813 Ky Hwy 40E
Williamsport, KY 41271
NOM 05/03/2017
EXP 05/03/2022
For 34 years Charles Adkins coached baseball in the 15th region. He began coaching at Johnson Central in 1969, then moved on to Paintsville where he coached for the next 33 years. Adkins had a career record of 805-293, winning 20 district and 14 region titles, more than any other coach in the region. His teams made 5 final four appearances, were state runner-ups in 1989 and won the State Championship in 1990.
Attachments:  Adkins, Charles_Supporting.pdf   Adkins, Charlie nomination2016   Adkins, Charlie support2016   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
811
2017
0
Charlie Adkins

,
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


Grayson Boyd
7813 KY HWY 40E
Williamsport, KY 41271
NOM 05/03/2017
EXP 06/30/2022
For 34 years Charles Adkins coached baseball in the 15th region. He began coaching at Johnson Central in 1969, then moved on to Paintsville where he coached for the next 33 years. Adkins had a career record of 805-293, winning 20 district and 14 region titles, more than any other coach in the region. His teams made five final four appearances at the state baseball tournament, were state runner-ups in 1989 and won the State Championship in 1990.
Attachments:  
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
556
2017
0
Billy K. Anderson
1087 Colville Road
Paris, KY 40361
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


David Anderson
302 Malone Lane
Grayson, KY 41143
NOM 01/03/2017
EXP 06/30/2022
Coach Billy Anderson served 39 years in the Kentucky School systems, coaching 39 years of varsity baseball & 14 years of varsity basketball. In baseball, he compiled 579 wins with Nicholas County, Deming, and Williamstown. Coach Anderson lead the Blue Jackets to 21 regional tournament appearances and in 2000 won the 10th Region & Semi-State Championship. In 1988 he was elected to the 10th Region Coaches Hall of Fame. In 1997 he was a charter member of the Kentucky High School Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
Attachments:  Anderson, Billy K_Supporting.pdf   nom556file3.pdf   Anderson, Billy nomination2016   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
436
2015
0
Tom Becherer
1123 West Main St.
Shelbyville, KY 40065
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


Steve Coleman
5896 Benson Rd.
Shelbyville, KY 40065
NOM 08/15/2015
EXP 08/15/2020
In his 36 years as a head football coach, Mr. Becherer accumulated over 225 wins, including several trips to the State Championship, which he won in 1987 as head coach at Shelby County. Becherer took an assistant coaching position at Collins HS after retiring from Shelby County, helping the Titans win the state championship in 2013. His leadership continued off the field, being named Kentucky Colonel, Outstanding FCA Coach, and Legends Award Winner from the Louisville Football Association.
Attachments:  Becherer, Tom_Supporting.pdf   Becherer, Tom nominationNEW   Becherer, Tom supporting infoNEW   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
817
2017
0
Ida Bowden-Keith
987 Hillcrest Dr.
Beaver Dam, KY 42320
ELIGIBLE

FEMALE

Ronnie Hickman
PO Box 1029
Inez, KY 41224
NOM 05/03/2017
EXP 06/30/2022
Ida Bowen was 1991 Miss Basketball in Kentucky, scoring over 2700+ career points and gathering 300+ career rebounds. She signed with Western Kentucky University, where as a freshman she played in the 1992 NCAA Final Four, in which WKU was National runner-ups.
Attachments:  Bowden-Keith, Ida nomination   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
820
2017
0
James Boxx Jr
2082 Fairmont Circle
Lexington, KY 40502
ELIGIBLE


MINORITY
James Boxx Jr
2082 Fairmont Circle
Lexington, KY 40502
NOM 05/03/2017
EXP 06/30/2022
James E Boxx Jr. was a four-time KHSAA All-State Cross Country selection, a two-time KHSAA All-State Track & Field Team honoree. He won the 1983 AA Individual State Cross Country Championship, the 1984 AA 1-Mile State title. Boxx received an athletic scholarship to Western Kentucky University for Cross Country and Track & Field where he was 2nd Team All-Sun Belt Conference in 1984 and was name the “Most Outstanding Newcomer for Cross Country” at WKU in 1985.
Attachments:  Boxx, James nomination   Boxx, James support   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
829
2017
0
Kandice Brown-Parker
2790 Westmoreland Dr.
West Lafayette, IN 47906
ELIGIBLE

FEMALE

Chris Perry
PO Box 323
Olive Hill, KY 41164
NOM 05/03/2017
EXP 06/30/2022
As a senior, Kandi Parker led the West Carter Lady Comets to the 2000 KHSAA Girls' Sweet 16 title and was named MVP of the tournament. She ended her career with 2,599 points, the most in West Carter girls' basketball history. She also holds the school record for rebounds and career free throw percentage. Parker went on to play at Morehead State where she started all four years, setting OVC and NCAA records in free throw percentage. She ranks second in program history in career three pointers and is in the program's top-11 in free throws made, steals, scoring, games played and assists.
Attachments:  Brown-Parker, Kandice nomination   Brown-Parker, Kandice support info   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
775
2016
0
Donnis Butcher

,
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


JR Vanhoose
253 N. Mayo Trail
Paintsville, KY 41240
NOM 04/21/2016
EXP 06/30/2021
A five-year letterman at Meade Memorial (1951-55) who scored 2,400 career points. A three-time All-District and two-time All-Region selection, he earned 1st Team All-State honors in 1955. Meade won a pair of 59th District Championships during his career, and enjoyed a perfect 27-0 regular season record in 1955 before losing in the 15th Region finals. Went on to star at Pikeville College, scoring 2,073 points, and was selected in the 7th Round of the 1961 NBA Draft by the New York Knicks. Played two seasons for the Knicks and two seasons for the Detroit Pistons, scoring 1,696 points, grabbing 821 rebounds and dishing out 585 assists over 279 career NBA games. Was named head coach of the Pistons on March 8, 1967, compiling a 52-60 record until he was relieved of his duties in December of 1968. Went on to enjoy a long career with Converse. Was inducted into the Pikeville College Athletic Hall of Fame in 1989.
Attachments:  Butcher nomination form   Butcher support info   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
753
2015
0
Stacy Calhoun Wright
511 Depot Rd.
Grand Rivers, KY 42045
ELIGIBLE

FEMALE

Darryl Chittenden
127 E. Adair St.
Smithland, KY 42081
NOM 04/15/2015
EXP 06/30/2020
School's all-time leading scorer (1,728 pts) Led school to Sweet 16 appearances in 1985 and 1986 First Team All-State in 1986 HM All-State in 1985 All 2nd Region in 1985 and 1986 3-time Team MVP. Went on to star at Kentucky Wesleyan, which inducted her into its HOF in 2013 2nd at KWC in career pts and assists. 1st Team All-America in 1989.
Attachments:  nom753file1.pdf   nom753file2.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
493
2007
0
Russ Chadwell
2550 Old US 25 N
Berea, KY 40403
ELIGIBLE



John Roberts
527 West Main
Richmond, KY 40475
NOM 11/20/2007
EXP 06/30/2017
Mr. Chadwell's State Basketball Championship career numbers speak for themselves. He was All State and All Tournament in 1987-88, is in the top 10 in State Tournament scoring.
Attachments:  
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
500
2017
0
Bill Chumbler
11 Pinnacle Lane
Eddyville, KY 42038
ELIGIBLE



Bill Beasley
623 N. Main St.
Henderson, KY 42420
NOM 05/03/2017
EXP 06/30/2022
Billy Chumbler scored a school record 2,080 points at Lowes HS and was named Purchase Area Player of the Year and First Team All-State in 1962 and 1963. Chumbler was also recognized by Street and Smith magazine as an All-America Honorable Mention selection. He went on to play at Mississippi State University and Murray State University. After a successful career coaching in Illinois he returned to Kentucky and coached Paducah Tilghman, leading them to eight-straight district titles, three trips to the Sweet 16 and a State Runner-up finish in 1996. He last coached at Trigg County where they won three district championships and had three consecutive 20-win seasons for the first time in school history.
Attachments:  Chumbler, Bill_Supporting.pdf   Chumbler, Bill nomination2016   Chumbler, Bill support2016   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
595
2013
0
Kenneth Marshall Cobb
108 Spruce Street
Hazard, KY 41701
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


Cathy Hammonds
501 Pecan Street
Hazard, KY 41701
NOM 05/15/2013
EXP 06/30/2018
Mr. Cobb was All State Football at Hazard HS and played in three State Basketball tournaments. His team won three Regional Basketball titles and was All Tournament Team in 1956-1959. He also played for Hall of Fame Coach Goebel Ritter and played with Hall of Famer Astor "Cat" Sizemore. He received a football scholarship from UK and is a member of the Hazard High School Hall of Fame.
Attachments:  Cobb, Kenneth Marshall_Supporting.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
777
2016
0
John Miller Cooper

,
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


JR Vanhoose
216 4th Street
Paintsville, KY 41240
NOM 04/21/2016
EXP 06/30/2021
A three-time letterman, Cooper led Corydon HS to appearances in the 1928 and 1929 state tournament, advancing to the semifinals in 1929. Reported to have scored more than 500 points during the 1928-29 season, despite playing in an era when most teams didn't score that many points in a season. Named All-State by the Madisonville Messenger in 1929. Cited as one of the pioneers of the basketball "jump shot" according to the book Big Leagues: Professional Baseball, Football and Basketball in National Memory. Played at Hopkinsville HS as a senior, winning a 4th District championship, before moving on to the University of Missouri. Earned three letters in basketball for the Tigers and was the leading scorer in the Big Six Conference and a unanimous 1st Team All-Conference in 1932. Also lettered in football (1932) and track (1933 and 1934) at Missouri. In the NCAA rule book, Cooper is cited as the first player to popularize the jump shot (1932-34). Graduated with a PhD in Education from Missouri in 1946 and went on to a decorated career in education. Wrote over 20 books in his teaching career, including The Theory and Science of Basketball in 1969. Was inducted into the Missouri Athletic Hall of Fame in 1992.
Attachments:  John Miller Cooper nomination   John Miller Cooper support info   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
718
2015
0
Tineisha Davis
661 Cooper Drive #32
Vista, CA 92803
ELIGIBLE

FEMALE
MINORITY
Gale Travis
2675 Shakerag Road
Manitou, KY 42436
NOM 04/15/2015
EXP 06/30/2020
Tineisha is the total package, the true definition of a student-athlete. In addition to academics and athletics, she is talented in many other areas. Tineisha is always challenging herself. She achieves goals and moves on to others. She is very dedicated, hard working and driven.
Attachments:  nom718file1.pdf   nom718file2.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
540
2010
0
Ralph Davis, Jr.
2624 South Kathwood
Redding, OH 45236
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


Jimmy Lykins
PO Box 332
Front Street
Vanceburg, KY 41179
NOM 10/26/2010
EXP 06/30/2021
Mr. Davis was an all district basketball perfomer for 3 consecutive years, scoring 1800 points. In 1956 he averaged 26.4 ppg with 18 rebounds, leading him to be named second team all state.
Attachments:  Davis, Ralph Jr._Supporting.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
597
2013
0
Buck Dawson

,
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


Gary Kidwell
Box 321
Vanceburg, KY 41179
NOM 07/16/2013
EXP 06/30/2018
Mr. Dawson was named head coach of Track & Field at Lafayette High School in 1961. He won two state championships and tied for a third. He was named head football coach and track & field at Millersburg Military Institute in 1964 and had a 26-5 record in football and won State Championship in Track & Field in 1966.
Attachments:  Dawson, Buck_Supporting.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
528
2011
2010
Russ Day
641 Golf Circle
Lexington, KY 40519
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


Robert Hammonds
435 Cougar Lane
Whitesburg, KY 41858
NOM 08/31/2011
EXP 06/30/2017
Mr. Day's long list of basketball accomplishments in his 39 year career include coaching Bourbon County to the title game in 1984 and a host of accolades. Coach Day's illustrious career at Bourbon County and Lafayette include 16 regional appearances, 4 regional finals, 2 regional Championships, and one Championship game. He has already been inducted into numerous other Halls of Fame.
Attachments:  nom528file1.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
787
2016
0
Joey Downs
173 Remington Dr
Bardstown, KY 40004
ELIGIBLE



Lance Blanford
203 Eastview Dr
Bardstown, KY 40004
NOM 04/21/2016
EXP 06/30/2021
Downs was the head football coach at Bardstown for 17 seasons, compiling a career record of 154 wins and 59 losses (.723 winning percentage) while winning the KHSAA 2A State Championship in 2001 (15-0 record). He had eight 10-win seasons as head coach of the Tigers, with four undefeated regular seasons, nine district championships and four region titles. He was named district coach of the year on seven occasions and earned two Kentucky Coach of the Year awards (2001 Class AA and 2005 Class A). Downs was a two-time President of the KHSCA board.
Attachments:  Downs, Joey nomination   Downs, Joey support info   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
527
2009
0
Michael Eaton
415 Neal Howell Rd.
Bowling Green, KY 42104
ELIGIBLE



Art Sciubba
1040 Shive Lane E-2
Bowling Green, KY 42103
NOM 10/31/2009
EXP 07/02/2022
NOT ELIGIBLE UNTIL CONSIDERATION OF THE 2017 CLASS Mr. Eaton was a three sport letterman at Greenwood and a two sport USA All American. He was the 3A Cross Country Championship winner in both 2004 & 2005 as well as being named Mr. Kentucky Cross Country.
Attachments:  Eaton, Michael_Supporting.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
601
2013
0
Sheena L. Ferguson
220 Summit Blvd.
Apt. 203
Broomfield, CO 80021
ELIGIBLE

FEMALE

James Ferguson
210 Robin Road
Russell, KY 41169
NOM 10/29/2013
EXP 06/30/2018
Ms. Ferguson was Soccer First-Team All-State from 2000-2002 at Russell High School. She currently holds the KHSAA records for career goals (189), single-season goals (78), and consecutive games with four or more goals (8). Scored six or more goals seven times in a four-year span, including a 13-goal performance against West Carter in August of 2002. Currently ranked 4th in the Nation for Most Goals Scored in a Game, and 12th in the Nation for Most Goals Scored in a Career.
Attachments:  Ferguson, Sheena _Supporting.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
835
2017
0
Brian Flaugher
309 Main St.
Augusta, KY 41002
ELIGIBLE



Robin Kelsch
416 East 2nd St.
Augusta, KY 41002
NOM 05/03/2017
EXP 06/30/2022
A 1981 graduate of Augusta HS, Flaugher has been a valuable contributor for the Panthers for over 40 years. He began keeping stats for the boys' basketball varsity team as a student at St. Augustine in 1975. Starting with the 1980-81 season, he started traveling and doing the book for all Augusta road games. In 1983-84, he became the Panthers full-time bookkeeper. Starting in 1996, Flaugher began keeping the book for all teams, both middle and high school, boys and girls, home and away. His dedication to the program and commitment to the job are unmatched.
Attachments:  Flaugher, Brian nomination   Flaugher, Brian support info   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
791
2016
0
Manuel Foresst
8507 Thompson Lane
Louisville, KY 40258
ELIGIBLE


MINORITY
Neal Robertson
8507 Thompson Ln
Louisville, KY 40258
NOM 04/21/2016
EXP 06/30/2021
A 1st Team All-America (Super Five) selection in 1981, Foresst was twiced named First Team All-State and All-Region (1980-81). Runner-up for Kentucky's Mr. Basketball in 1981, Foresst was a McDonald's team member and participated in the Arby's Classic. Started every game since his freshman year, scoring over 3,000 points for Moore HS.
Attachments:  Foresst, Manuel nomination   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
589
2012
0
Jerry Gilbert
521 B Lincoln Avenue
Elizabethtown, KY 42701
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


Ron Bevars
544-1 Saint Anchors Drive
Vine Grove, KY 40175
NOM 01/20/2012
EXP 06/30/2017
As an official Mr. Gilbert officiated in 19 District Tournaments, 12 Regional Tournaments, 4 State Torunaments, and 3 State Championship Game (1971,1979,1981)
Attachments:  Gilbert, Jerry_Supporting.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
440
2015
0
Daniel Goble
214 Mark Dr.
Hopkinsville, KY 42240
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


M. Geoffrey Bailey
220 Glass Ave.
Hopkinsville, KY 42240
NOM 10/30/2015
EXP 06/30/2020
Mr. Goble coached Christian County football from 1981-2001 winning state championships in 1982 & 1984. He won numerous district and regional championships during his 37-year career (including head coaching stints at Shelby County, Atherton and Christian County), and was an excellent role model for the young men he coached.
Attachments:  Goble, Daniel_Supporting.pdf   Goble, Daniel nominationNEW   Goble, Daniel support infoNEW   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
575
2011
0
Donnie Gray
1110 Paces Creek Road
Manchester, KY 40962
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


Michael White
217 Main Street
Manchester, KY 40963
NOM 10/31/2011
EXP 06/30/2017
Mr. Gray was head coach at Clay County for 21 years. District (49th) Titles-11, Region (13) Titles-9, KHSAA State Champions 1989, KHSAA State Runner Up-1992, Region 13 Coach of the Year-4 years, Clay Co. AD-10 years.
Attachments:  Gray, Donnie_Supporting.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
549
2010
0
Danny Hagan
3610 Royal Drive
Owensboro, KY 42301
ELIGIBLE



Marshall Woodward
45 Woodford Avenue
Owensboro, KY 42301
NOM 09/13/2010
EXP 06/30/2017
In Mr. Hagan's baseball career, he was named all district, all region and all state his junior and senior years.
Attachments:  Hagan, Danny_Supporting.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
725
2015
0
Bill Jenkins
314 Park Lane
Elizabethtown, KY 42701
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


Gary West
727 E. 11th St.
Bowling Green, KY 42101
NOM 04/15/2015
EXP 06/30/2020
Bill Jenkins, without a doubt, is one of the best high school football players to ever play in Kentucky. He played about every position and played it well. He excelled, however, at quarterback. Bill had his choice of scholarships when graduating from high school. Every school in the SEC recruited him, but he chose to stay in the state and signed to play under Blanton Collier at the University of Kentucky. He finished an outstanding career under Charlie Bradshaw. This should tell you something about Bill Jenkins. Great all-around athlete in high school. All-state football and basketball.
Attachments:  nom725file1.pdf   nom725file2.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
561
2011
0
Derrick Johnson
2501 Buck Lane
Lexington, KY 40511
ELIGIBLE


MINORITY
Genie Sims
588 Harvest Lane
Harrodsburg, KY 40330
NOM 07/01/2011
EXP 06/30/2017
Mr. Johnson was named to the Ky All-State Football teams in 1995 & 1996. He was recruited by UK following his senior yr. at Harrodsburg HS. He became a starting defensive tackle for UK and played in the Outback Bowl in 1999 and the Music City Bowl in 2000.
Attachments:  
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
702
2015
0
Jack Kaelin
2537 Champions Way
Crestview Hills, KY 41017
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


Tim King
1106 Sycamore St
Falmouth, KY 41040
NOM 04/10/2015
EXP 06/30/2020
Cross-Country, Track referee at state meet 15 times. Mentor to many of our top officials. Official basketball scorekepr for 52 years. 9th region basketball scorekeeper 27 years.
Attachments:  
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
733
2015
0
Ray Kues
2909 Fender Rd.
Melbourne, KY 41059
ELIGIBLE



Ray Kues
2909 Fender Rd.
Melbourne, KY 41059
NOM 04/15/2015
EXP 06/30/2020
Published basketball articles in Winning Hoops national basketball magazine (Nov/Dec 2002 and Nov/Dec 2006). 2011 Outstanding Extension Volunteer for the Campbell County Extension Service. 4-H Summer Camp Adult Counselor for six years.
Attachments:  nom733file1.pdf   nom733file2.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
526
2012
0
Emily Leeper
3930 Cumberland Trace Rd.
Bowling Green, KY 42103
ELIGIBLE

FEMALE

Art Sciubba
1040 Shive Lane E-2
Bowling Green, KY 42103
NOM 10/31/2012
EXP 06/30/2018
Ms. Leeper along with her sister Natalie, led Greenwood to the 2001 State Cross Country Championship. She holds several cross country and track school records.
Attachments:  
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
525
2009
0
Natalie Leeper
3090 Cumberland Trace Rd.
Bowling Green, KY 42103
ELIGIBLE

FEMALE

Art Sciubba
1040 Shive Lane E-2
Bowling Green, KY 42103
NOM 10/31/2009
EXP 06/30/2019
Ms. Leeper along with her sister Emily, led the Greenwood Gators to the 2001 State Cross Country Championship. She was a four time All State cross country runner and holds several school track records.
Attachments:  
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
415
2017
0
Robert Joe Lynch
1436 Winchester Ave.
Ashland, KY 41101
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


Pam Hayes Williams
6201 Deramus Ave.
Huntsville, AL 35806
NOM 05/03/2017
EXP 06/30/2022
A pitcher for Paul Blazer HS, just like his older brother, Robert Joe Lynch was a 3-time State Champion (1966-1968) with a 27-2 career record and a 0.42 career ERA. He was the KY Player of the Year for Baseball (1967-68) and went to the University of Alabama where he played baseball (1969) and basketball (1969-1972).
Attachments:  Lynch, Bob_Supporting.pdf   Lynch, Robert Joe Nomination2016   Lynch, Robert Joe support2016   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
566
2011
0
Anthony (Amos) Irl Martin
209 Towne Park Circle
Louisville, KY 40243
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


Thomas Martin
855 Samuels Loop
Cox Creek, KY 40013
NOM 10/31/2011
EXP 06/30/2017
Mr. Martin played football, basketball and baseball in high school. He was honorable mention in football (1 yr.), and MKC All Conference (2 Yrs.), Basketball All District (1 Yr.), and Baseball All MKC (1 Yr.)
Attachments:  
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
852
2017
0
William Newsome
81 Old Beechtree Dr.
Stanville, KY 41659
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


Henry Webb
106
North Point Ave.
Prestonsburg, KY 41653
NOM 05/03/2017
EXP 06/30/2022
William "Junior" Newsome coached basketball for 24 years, amassing 497 wins, 12 District Titles, two 15th Region Championships and an All-A State Championship in 2011. He was named Floyd County Coach of the Year on 10 occasions and was twice named 15th Region Coach of the Year. Newsome also coached baseball for 14 years, compiling 280 wins, seven District titles, one 15th Region Championship and a trip to the State Quarterfinals.
Attachments:  Newsome, William nomination   Newsome, William support info   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
572
2011
0
Martha Alodine O'Bryan Cowart

,
ELIGIBLE
DECEASED
FEMALE

Katie O'Bryan
1421 Oakwood Court
Owensboro, KY 42301
NOM 10/09/2011
EXP 06/30/2017
Ms. Cowart played center on the 1923 West Louisville High School State Champions basketball team. They were the first team from Daviess County to win a state championship in any sport.
Attachments:  O'Bryan Cowart, Martha Alodine _Supporting.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
854
2017
0
Dallas Owens Jr.

,
ELIGIBLE


MINORITY
Donna Shawley
1333 Copperfield Ct.
Lexington, KY 40514
NOM 05/03/2017
EXP 06/30/2022
A star at Lafayette HS, Dallas Owens Jr. was named to the 1972 and 1973 All-City Team for football and was recruited by national powerhouse Nebraska, along with Indiana and Kentucky, among other programs. Owens elected to stay in Lexington and play football for the Wildcats, where he would go on to earn First Team All-SEC and Second Team All-America accolades in 1977. He was drafted in the 10th Round of the 1978 NFL Draft by the Indianapolis Colts.
Attachments:  Owens, Dallas nomination   Owens, Dallas support info   Owens, Dallas Obituary   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
741
2015
0
Charlene Peyton Smith
2105 Oregon Rd.
Salvisa, KY 40372
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR
FEMALE

Charles Grote
313 S. Main St.
Lawrenceburg, KY 40342
NOM 04/15/2015
EXP 06/30/2020
9th at the 1963 National AAU Girls' & Women's Track & Field Championships Won the Long jump (17\'8\'\'), 50-yd hurdles (7.4) and the 100-yd dash (12.3) at the 1964 National Girls' and Women's Invitational 1964 - Won the 1st State Meet. Charlene won the 50-yd Hurdles (7.0), long jump (15\'8\'\') and the 100-yd dash (12.3) 1965 - Won the 50-yd hurdles (7.1) and the long jump (16\'3\'\') at the state meet. Lost her 1st event in 3 years of state competition, placing 3rd in the 75-yd dash Won over 120 indiv. events in 3 years Won 6 regional championships and 5 state championships as an individual
Attachments:  nom741file1.pdf   nom741file2.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
591
2013
0
Arthur Ramsey, Jr.
140 Timber Road
Point Blank, TX 77364
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR

MINORITY
Will Miller
796 Woodland Hills
Harlan, KY 40831
NOM 04/23/2013
EXP 06/30/2018
Mr. Ramsey won the KY State Track Meet pole vault on May 17, 1963 with a height of 12' 4". He taught himsellf to pole vault by cutting down a poplar tree from Black Mountain so he could cross a creek. He was coached by E.R. "Doc" Gray at Harlan Rosenwald and demonstrated exceptional ability in high jump, broad jump, and low hurdles. He also was a basketball and foolball star for the Harlan Rosenwald Red Devils.
Attachments:  Ramsey Jr, Arthur_Supporting.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
804
2016
0
Arnold Risen
216 4th Street
Paintsville, KY 41240
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


JR Vanhoose
216 4th Street
Paintsville, KY 41240
NOM 04/22/2016
EXP 06/30/2021
A graduate of Williamstown HS, Risen went on to a standout collegiate career at Ohio State before moving on to the professional ranks, where he won an NBA Championship with the Boston Celtics in 1957. At Ohio State (1943-46), Risen was part of two NCAA Final Four teams. He earned 1st Team All-Big Ten honors from the Associated Press in 1944, along with 2nd Team All-Conference honors that year from UP. The following season, Risen was named 1st Team All-Big Ten by both the AP and UP, as well as receiving 2nd Team All-America accolades from the Helms Foundation. Risen went on to play professionally for the Indianapolis Kautskys (National Basketball League, 1945-48), the Rochester Royals (National Basketball League, 1948; Basketball Association of America, 1949; NBA, 1950-55), the Boston Celtics (1955-58), Rochester Colonels (Eastern Professional League, 1958) and the Rochester Royals (1959). He has been inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (1998), the Ohio State University “O” Hall of Fame (2004), the College Basketball Hall of Fame (2006) and the Greater Cleveland (OH) Sports Hall of Fame (2008).
Attachments:  Risen, Arnold support info   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
856
2017
0
Bart Rison
34 Johnson Ave.
Mt. Sterling, KY 40353
ELIGIBLE



Jimmie Reed
101 Bethany Ct.
Bardstown, KY 40004
NOM 05/04/2017
EXP 06/30/2022
In his 26 seasons as a head coach, Bart Rison was 505-269, with 12 District Championships, five Regional Runner-up finishes and a Regional Championship, which was the first ever for Montgomery County. Rison got his start in 1981 at Estill County coaching for 5 years until 1986 when he got the Montgomery County job. In 1995 and 2002, he was named the KABC 10th Region coach of the year. He was also President of the 10th Region Basketball Coaches Association (87-88) and the Kentucky Association of Basketball Coaches (01-02).
Attachments:  Rison, Bart nomination   Rison, Bart support info   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
873
2017
0
Chrissy Roberts
105 B. Battlefield Circle
Richmond, KY 40475
ELIGIBLE

FEMALE
MINORITY
Buddy Berry
2230 Ballardsville Rd.
Eminence, KY 40019
NOM 05/04/2017
EXP 06/30/2022
Chrissy Roberts shattered every girls’ basketball record at Eminence HS during her playing days, earning First Team All-State and All-America accolades while leading the school to its first and only district title. She was picked to play in the Kentucky-Indiana All-Star Game, and received a full ride to the University of Kentucky. After two years at UK, Roberts transferred to Eastern Kentucky, where she led the Lady Colonels to two OVC regular season titles, an OVC Tournament title and a berth in the NCAA and WNIT Tournaments. As a junior, she led the nation in three-point shooting, winning both the Naismith Memorial Basketball HOF Edward S. Steitz Award and the AT&T Long Distance Award. She was inducted into the EKU Athletics HOF in 2007.
Attachments:  Roberts, Chrissy nomination   Roberts, Chrissy support info   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
858
2017
0
Dallas Robinson
4100 Levelwood Rd.
Campbellsville, KY 42718
ELIGIBLE



Dallas Robinson
4100 Levelwood Rd.
Campbellsville, KY 42718
NOM 05/04/2017
EXP 06/30/2022
An incredible multi-sport athlete, Dallas Robinson began his career as a football and track athlete at Oldham County, placing 4th in the 2001 State Championship 200m race. He went on to run for EKU, where he still holds the record for Indoor 200m dash, has 3 other all-time top 5 performances and is the winningest sprinter in school history. Since graduating, Robinson has become EKU’s only track and field athlete to be ranked 1st nationally (55m dash) and is the state of Kentucky’s first-ever three-sport Team USA Qualifier. He competed for Team USA Track & Field, Team USA Rugby Sevens and Fifteens and Team USA two-man and four-man bobsled national teams.
Attachments:  Robinson, Dallas nomination   Robinson, Dallas support info   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
739
2015
0
Mickey Schad
3006 Brownsboro Vista
Louisville, KY 40242
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


Art Hoffman
8310 Easton Lane
Louisville, KY 40242
NOM 04/15/2015
EXP 06/30/2020
2-time KHSAA boys' singles tennis champion 2-time KHSAA boys' doubles tennis champion. Eight Junior National Championships U.S. Junior Davis Cup Team (1961, 1962, 1963)
Attachments:  nom739file1.pdf   nom739file2.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
577
2015
0
Art Sciubba
1040 Shive Lane E-2
Bowling Green, KY 42103
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


Art Sciubba

,
NOM 08/01/2015
EXP 08/01/2020
A highly successful track and cross country coach, Sciubba racked up 7 regional championships, 3 state-runner up finishes and 1 state championship team in boys' cross country. He has coached four cross country and 7 outdoor track and field state champions, along with 24 track champions and 13 cross country champions at the region level. His 37-year career included successful stints as an assistant and head coach at Paris HS, Warren Central HS and Greenwood HS.
Attachments:  Sciubba, Art support info   Sciubba, Art support info2016   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
860
2017
0
Justin Sharp
1121 Wedgewood Dr.
Rustin, LA 71270
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


Donald Carroll
56 N. Main St.
Madisonville, KY 42431
NOM 05/04/2017
EXP 06/30/2022
Justin Sharp was a standout basketball player at Earlington HS, scoring 1,950 points, grabbing 1,680 rebounds and dishing out 773 assists in his career, while leading Earlington to a state championship in 1967, He was awarded All-District honors from 1965-67, All-Region (1966-67), All-State Honorable mention (1966), 2nd region MVP (1967), All-State Tournament Team (1967), All-State (1967), and All-America honorable mention (1967).
Attachments:  Sharp, Justin nomination   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
876
2017
0
Eric Shelton
7337 Versailles Lane
Charlotte, NC 28277
ELIGIBLE


MINORITY
Steve Moss
127 Dickinson Dr.
Georgetown, KY 40324
NOM 05/04/2017
EXP 06/30/2022
A two-time Class 4A Player of the Year, Eric Shelton rushed for 4,970 yards with 59 TDs at Bryan Station. As a linebacker, he made 129 tackles, including 11 sacks and 41 tackles-for-loss. He was named All-State and 1st Team All-America by USA Today and Parade Magazine. In addition, Shelton was named Super Prep Elite 50, Super Southern by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and All-Southern by the Orlando Sentinel. He was rated the No. 6 player and No. 2 running back in America by ESPN. Shelton was recruited by every school in the country and signed with Florida State. He transferred to Louisville and became one of the Cardinals’ all-time leading rushers. He entered the 2005 NFL Draft following his junior season and was selected by the Carolina Panthers in the 2nd Round.
Attachments:  Shelton, Eric nomination   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
571
2016
0
Frank Sloan
2443 Henderson Street
Ashland, KY 41102
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


Steve Gilmore
PO Box 3000
Ashland, KY 41105 3000
NOM 04/22/2016
EXP 04/22/2021
Coach Sloan coached a total of 33 years (1973-2005) in the Ashland school district. He currently ranks 5th in career wins for boys soccer coaches statewide. Frank Sloan has the rare distinction of coaching Ashland to regional championships in three sports: baseball 1978, 1979; girls basketball 1983; and boys soccer 1991, 2004, and 2005. During his tenure, he also spent time as the head girls' track coach (1973-74), the head freshman football coach (1974-76) and an asst. varsity football coach (1976-78).
Attachments:  Slone, Frank_Supporting.pdf   Sloan, Frank nominationNEW   Sloan, Frank support infoNEW   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
592
2013
0
Charles Allen Smith

,
ELIGIBLE
DECEASED


Kenneth Downing
105 C Breezy Tree Court
Newport News, VA 23608
NOM 05/09/2013
EXP 06/30/2018
Second all time leading scorer in basketball at Maysville HS. Outstanding baseball pitcher who pitched and won all three game in the 1958 State Championship. Had an outstanding college career at LSU. Received the MVP award in 1961 as well as becoming the 1st All American at LSU.
Attachments:  Smith, Charles Allen_Supporting.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
744
2015
0
Bob Stacey
3531 Willis Ave.
Ashland, KY 41102
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


Tim King
1106 Sycamore St.
Falmouth, KY 41040
NOM 04/15/2015
EXP 06/30/2020
Longtime track and cross country coach at Boyd County (1975-2000). Won 13 girls' track regionals, 12 girls' XC regionals and the 1980 girls' AAA State Championship, while finishing as runner-up at the 1983 and 1986 AAA Girls' XC state meet. Earned KTCCCA girls' XC Coach of the Year honors in 1983, and KHSCA girls' Track Coach of the Year accolades in 1980 and '86. Also coached four years at Morehead State (2000-04) before returning to the HS ranks at Fairview (2005-06, 2013) where he added 1 regional track title. Inducted into the KTCCCA Hall of Fame in 1991.
Attachments:  nom744file1.pdf   nom744file2.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
746
2015
0
Charles \"Sonny\" Sturgeon
324 St. Claire
Owensboro, KY 42301
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


Kenny Riley
2015 Crestwood Dr.
Owensboro, KY 42301
NOM 04/15/2015
EXP 06/30/2020
#1 high school recruit in the state of KY in 1957. MVP of the East-West All-Star Game and the High School All-American Game in football. Recruited by all major schools. Signed with the University of Kentucky and was drafted by the Denver Broncos with the 10th overall pick.
Attachments:  nom746file1.pdf   nom746file2.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
613
2014
0
Faye Thornton
246 Raintree Drive
Cynthiana, KY 41031
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR
FEMALE

Dixie Jo Cafferty
560 Swallow Drive
Concord, NC 28024
NOM 03/12/2014
EXP 06/30/2019
Ms. Thornton has been involved with high school athletics throughout her career. She is the Leadership Training Coordinator for the KHSADA. She is the National Chair for the NIAAA and is a member of the the 10th Region AD's Association.
Attachments:  Thornton, Faye_Supporting.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
538
2010
0
Adriane Diamond Travis
12806 Hunterfield Drive
Cypress, TX 774929
ELIGIBLE

FEMALE

Craig Hopkins
2318 Zev Court
Owensboro, KY 42301
NOM 10/24/2010
EXP 06/30/2017
Ms. Travis is a four time 400m State Track Champion, continuing to hold the state record. Her leadership followed her in her professional career as a motivational speaker.
Attachments:  Travis, Adriane Diamond_Supporting.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
862
2017
0
Richard Travis
185 Saxon Woods Rd.
Scarsdale, NY 10583
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR

MINORITY
James Stockton
6812 Barton Rd.
Hyattsville, MD 20784
NOM 05/04/2017
EXP 06/30/2022
Playing basketball at Ralph Bunche HS and High Street HS, Richard Travis earned 1964-65 All-District, 1964-65 All-Region, and 1964-65 All-State Honorable Mention honors. He received multiple scholarship offers out of HS, including Louisville, WKU, Michigan, California, and West Texas State. He decided to go to Oklahoma City University where he broke scoring records and was named an All-American in 1968 and 1969. He was drafted by the Pacers of the ABA and the Knicks in the NBA. Travis played briefly with the Pacers before being drafted by the military.
Attachments:  Travis, Richard nomination   Travis, Richard support info   Travis, Richard support info2   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
748
2015
0
Talbert Turner Jr.
16714 Hwy 159N
Butler, KY 41006
ELIGIBLE


MINORITY
Keith Smith
2359 US 27N
Falmouth, KY 41040
NOM 04/15/2015
EXP 06/30/2020
Scored 3,183 pts in his high school career from 1980-84 which stands 14th in KHSAA history 30 years later. Scored 1,113 pts during the 1983-84 season (6th all-time in KHSAA records). Scored 54 pts against Nicholas County in 1983. Averaged 30.91 ppg in 1983-84, which led the state, and averaged 23.23 ppg for his 5-year varsity career. Led his team to four District 38 championships and the 10th Region runner-up finish in 1983-84 1st Team All-State and Converse HM All-America in 1984. 2nd Team All-State in 1983. Member of the Hall of Fame for both the 10th Region and Northern Kentucky. 1985 OVC All-Rookie Team while playing at Morehead State. Won the OVC Scholar Athlete Award and was MSU's co-captain. Also played baseball at Pendleton County (pitcher and shortstop), helping the Wildcats to a 38th District title (one of only 10 in school history) and a runner-up finish in the 10th Region Tournament.
Attachments:  nom748file1.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
864
2017
0
Eugene VanHoose
2310 Azra Ct.
Owensboro, KY 42301
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


David Johnson
439 Maple Ave.
Owensboro, KY 4643
NOM 05/04/2017
EXP 06/30/2022
Coach VanHoose began his career at Clark County HS, serving nine years before taking over at Owensboro HS. His teams amassed a record of 450-216 during his coaching career, winning two State Championships, seven Regional titles, and 14 District Championships. He was named Coach of the Year in 1983 and 1987; he was also named Big 8 Conference Coach of the year in 1981, 1983, 1985, and 1987.
Attachments:  Vanhoose, Eugene nomination   Vanhoose, Eugene support info   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
750
2015
0
Dennis Walls
208 Dixon Rd.
Morganfield, KY 42437
ELIGIBLE



Mark Jenkins
714 Southgate Dr.
Morganfield, KY 42437
NOM 04/15/2015
EXP 06/30/2020
2 state championships (2007 & 2008) 12 top-10 State finishes 2-time State Coach of the Year (2007 & 2008) 7 Regional Team Championships 88 State Medalists, 18 Indiv. State Champions, 3 Most Outstanding Wrestlers at State. 2014 KYWCA Hall of Fame Inductee 2014 Union County Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee
Attachments:  nom750file1.pdf   nom750file2.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
607
2013
0
Cecil Ward
7000 Harvest Gold Way
Louisville, KY 40291
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR

MINORITY
Cecil Ward
7000 Harvest Gold Way
Louisville, KY 40291
NOM 11/01/2013
EXP 06/30/2018
Mr. Ward was State Champion in shot, discus, long jump and triple jump..Coach of 2 State Cross Country Championships and Coach of 14 State Track and Field Championships at Paducah Tilgman.
Attachments:  
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
606
2013
0
Cecil Jason Ward
7000 Harvest Gold Way
Louisville, KY 40291
ELIGIBLE


MINORITY
Cecil Ward
7000 Harvest Gold Way
Louisville, KY 40291
NOM 11/01/2013
EXP 06/30/2018
Jason was a 3 time Outdoor State Champion in the Triple Jump )1997-1999), 2 time Indoor Champion in the Triple Jump (1997-1998) and Outdoor State Champion in the Long Jump (1999). He was a 8 time AAU All-American Athletie and 4 time AAU National Champion. He ranked #2 for the all-time indoor longest marks as a prep athlete in the triple jump (1999/50'10") and ranked #4 in the long jump (1999/24'3"). He also ranked #1 in the world for athletes 20 years and under in the triple jump (1999/53'10"), qualified and participated in the 2000 US Olympic Trials in the Triple Jump and was names on the "Who's Who" list in 1999.
Attachments:  Ward, Cecil Jason_Supporting.pdf   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
779
2016
0
Littleton Ward
228 Long Branch Ln
Lexington, KY 40511
ELIGIBLE


MINORITY
Littleton Ward
228 Long Branch Ln
Lexington, KY 40511
NOM 04/21/2016
EXP 06/30/2021
A three-year starter at tailback and defensive back at Bryan Station HS, Ward was a 2nd Team All-State player in 1991, and a 1st Team All-State selection by the Courier-Journal and the Herald-Leader in 1992 as a defensive back. Voted to Tom Lemming's Prep Football All-Southeast Team in 1992, as well as Bluechip Illustrated's All-Southeast Team, along with Honorable Mention All-America accolades as a defensive back. Also excelled in track, where he was a three-time All-State selection (1990-92) in the 400 meters and the 1600 meter relay. Won a sectional championship in the 200m dash in 1992. Ward went on to have a successful career at the University of Kentucky, where he started 2 1/2 years at cornerback, and was named to the SEC Good Works Team in 1996. Signed a free agent contract with the Toronto Argonauts of the CFL in 1998.
Attachments:  Littleton Ward nomination   Littleton Ward support info   Littleton Ward support info2   Littleton Ward support info3   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
868
2017
0
Billy Tom Wayne

,
ELIGIBLE
SENIOR


Kevin Patton
204 Old Orchard Lane
Henderson, KY 42420
NOM 05/04/2017
EXP 06/30/2022
Coach of the Henderson County Baseball team from 1975-2006, Billy Tom Wayne had a career record of 702-405-3, winning a State Championship in 2000, seven regional championships, and two state semifinal appearances. His devoted loyalty, commitment, and dedication to the student-athletes at Henderson County were his greatest attributes during his tenure.
Attachments:  Wayne, Billy Tom nomination   Wayne, Billy Tom support info   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
604
2017
0
William White
15112 Old Taylorsville Rd.
Fisherville, KY 40023
ELIGIBLE


MINORITY
Denise White Hurt
6930 Fisherville Rd.
Simponsville, KY 40067
NOM 05/03/2017
EXP 06/30/2022
During a decorated track and field career, William White Jr. was the 1984 Mid State Champion in the long jump, 100m, and 200m; and was named All-State Honorable Mention in 1984 and First Team All-America in 1985. He was the 1984 and 1985 Long Jump State Champion; setting the state record of 24ft 1in. White went on to Kentucky State University and later qualified for the 1988 Olympic Trials in the long jump.
Attachments:  White, William nomination2016   White, William support info2016   
NOMINEEELIG/SR/F/MINNOMINATORTYPE/REGION/DOBDATE NOM/EXP
871
2017
0
Gary Woolum
PO Box 97
Pineville, KY 40977
ELIGIBLE



Fred Bishop
PO Box 573
Pineville, KY 40977
NOM 05/04/2017
EXP 06/30/2022
Gary “Tuck” Woolum quarterbacked the 1978 Pineville football team in his senior season; throwing for 2000+ yards and 26 TDs. The “hard work”, “love for the game” and “110% effort” that was so often seen by his peers and coaches aided him in receiving a scholarship from EKU. It was there, as their QB, that he led the Colonels to the 1982 1AA National Championship and a perfect 13-0 record. Tuck went on to coach at Citadel, Western Carolina and Union College before returning home to Pineville to teach and coach at the high school.
Attachments:  Woolum, Gary nomination   Woolum, Gary support info