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02/22/21 – Baseball Online Rules Clinic Now Available

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The 2021 Online Rules Clinic that is required for all head and assistant coaches and licensed officials in the sport of Baseball is now available. The clinic is required for ALL coaches at each school, head or assistant, paid or unpaid.

As a reminder, here are some important dates about the upcoming season: 

  • First Practice: February 22
  • First Contest: March 29
  • Maximum Number of Scrimmages: 2
  • Maximum Number of Games: 36
  • District: May 31 – June 5 (play could begin on 5/29)
  • Region: June 7 – June 11 (play could begin on 6/5)
  • Semi-State: June 12
  • Tentative State Dates: June 16-19

CLINICS – HEAD AND ASSISTANT COACHES

For member schools, the clinics are located on the School Log-in Page. To access the clinic, log in to https://schools.khsaa.org and — under the section entitled Rules Clinics — click on the link entitled “View Online Rules Clinics“.

  • February 22 – April 20: the […]

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02/18/21 – Swimming & Diving Postseason Updates

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The KHSAA Board of Control confirmed postseason competition for Swimming and Diving at its Feb. 17 virtual meeting. Refer to the news release for details.

https://khsaa.org/02-19-21-board-of-control-updates-status-of-winter-championships/

Now that staff has a clearer direction from the Board, plans can move forward with communication and details with managers, hosts, and member schools. We have been working with potential regional sites and now can reaffirm and publish those venues soon.

With COVID-19 restrictions in mind, the Board approved a recommendation from staff to establish three geographically based state sites, where regional advancers would compete, results will be aggregated and the state championship and other awards issued accordingly. Unfortunately, it is not feasible to have a single final state-round competition.

These state sites (which are being consulted with and finalized) and will allow for regions to be grouped with three regions assigned to each. Forty (40) entries per event from the regional meets will advance […]

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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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