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09/22/21 – Board of Control Approves Changes to Wrestling Alignment for 2021-22

2021-2022 News Releases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 22, 2021

The Board of Control held its second meeting of the 2021-22 academic year on Wednesday at the KHSAA offices, during which it approved a draft wrestling alignment that will go into effect for the 2021-22 season.

After considering multiple options and reviewing past participation information, the Board approved a Final Alignment Map of Teams to be implemented for 2021-22. The KHSAA website will be updated in the coming days to reflect the adopted alignment.

“We have had the good fortune of great communication with the current leadership of our wrestling coaches association and know that not only were they ready for realignment, but they also wanted it implemented for this school year,” said KHSAA Commissioner Julian Tackett. “Their excellent communication and gathering of information helped aid the process of realignment. Clearly important to the coaches and match managers was a balancing of sorts in […]

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September 2021 Annual Meeting Presentations

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09/01/21 – Stat Leader Reports for Field Hockey, Football, Soccer and Volleyball Now Available

2021-2022 News Releases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 1, 2021

The first statistical leader reports of the season for field hockey, football, boys’ and girls’ soccer and volleyball are available to view at KHSAA.org. The reports include all teams missing stats for no more than two games (one in football) and will be updated every day at approximately 3 a.m. ET.

All sports available on the KHSAA/Riherds.com Scoreboard have the ability for member schools to add statistics. Volleyball rounded out the group when its stat entry interface debuted in 2019.

Statistical entry has multiple benefits, including giving member schools an avenue to highlight and promote the accomplishments of their student-athletes, which should be a goal for all involved in school-based sports.

The reports are also a valuable tool for local, statewide and national media to report on the outstanding talent found throughout the state of Kentucky.

Given its importance, statistical entry is required of all member schools. Those failing […]

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2021 Hype Student Leadership Conference Agenda

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2021 Field Hockey Stat Leaders

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2021 Volleyball Stat Leaders

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2021 Football – Class 1A Stat Leaders

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2021 Football – Class 2A Stat Leaders

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2021 Football – Class 3A Stat Leaders

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2021 Football – Class 4A Stat Leaders

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2021 Football – Class 5A Stat Leaders

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2021 Football – Class 6A Stat Leaders

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2021 Football – Statewide Stat Leaders

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2021 Girls Soccer Stat Leaders

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2021 Boys Soccer Stat Leaders

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2021 State Softball All Tournament Team and Awards

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2021 KHSAA State Softball

All‐Tournament Team
Emily Glasscock, Boyle County
Kayley Bruener, Pendleton County
Trinity Bridges, Lafayette
Lucy Patterson, Warren East
Kayla Sullivan, Lewis County
Emily Cole, Lewis County
Mikka Thompson, Green County
Katlyn Milby, Green County
Abby Newman, Daviess County
Miller Roberts, Daviess County
Jessie Daniels, Daviess County
Addisyn McNeil, Butler
Maria Peguero, Butler
Most Valuable Player – Kyndal Tinnell, Butler

 

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Boys State Basketball – Shots Heard ‘Round the State

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Austin Dumas of Lexington Dunbar, Dwane McIntosh of Paducah Tilghman, Fred Maggard of Carr Creek, Jimmy Dan Conner of Anderson County, Paul Andrews of Laurel County and many others share special places in the memory of State Tournament fans. These stars made goals that won games or turned the tide of battle. Their feats will never be forgotten by fans who saw them.
The following list accounts for most of the game-winning shots and stellar performances in tournament history as originally compiled by former Lexington Herald Sports Writer John McGill and supplemented following Mr. McGill’s retirement:

1925 – Irvine Jeffries of Louisville Manual vs Pikeville. Fouled as the game ended, Jeffries netted two free throws for a 21-19 victory. He had hit a field goal a minute earlier to tie the score.

1925 – Charles Temple of Winchester vs Monticello. Winchester won 20-19 when Temple, fouled as […]

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