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04/27/22 – KHSAA Student Advisory Group Tabbed for National Student Leadership Summit

April 27, 2022 2021-2022 News Releases

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: APRIL 27, 2022

Eleven student-athletes from across the Commonwealth of Kentucky have been named members of the 2022-23 KHSAA Student Advisory Group. The leaders will represent the KHSAA at the NFHS National Student Leadership Summit on July 18-20 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

The group will also assist in the planning and execution of the KHSAA Hype Student Leadership Conferences scheduled for Sept. 15 in Bowling Green and Sept. 16 in Lexington. Members of the Student Advisory are as follows:

  • Cameron Campbell (Edmonson County)
  • Aubrey Crish (Mercy)
  • Stella Fox (Elizabethtown)
  • Jack Johnson (Marshall County)
  • Laine Morman (Scott)
  • Matthew Morris (Jenkins)
  • Juliana Stith (Central Hardin)
  • David Webb (North Hardin)
  • Sarah Weddington (Lewis County)
  • Christian Woods (Newport Central Catholic)
  • Davin Yates (Logan County)

The group attending the NSLS will split into groups and work through topical discussions on relevant and contemporary issues. The free program is designed to help students hone their leadership abilities and teach them how to effectively influence and lead their peers in a positive manner. For more information, visit NFHS.org.

 

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About the Kentucky High School Athletic Association

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association was organized in 1917 and is the agency designated by the Kentucky Department of Education to manage high school athletics in the Commonwealth. The Association is a voluntary nonprofit 501(c)3 organization made up of 284 member schools, both public and non-public. The KHSAA awards 215 state championships to 51 teams and 164 individuals in 13 sports and six sport-activities, funds catastrophic insurance coverage for its more than 106,000 rostered member school student-athletes, provides coaching education and sports safety programs for more than 12,000 coaches and licenses and facilitates the distribution of training material for over 4,000 contest officials.

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