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05/19/22 - State Track & Field Instructions Available

State Championship Instructions and other pertinent information for the 2022 Clark’s Pump-N-Shop State Track & Field Championships presented by UK HealthCare have been posted on the KHSAA website. The Championships will take place on June 2-4 at the University of Kentucky’s Track & Field complex. You can view the state championship time schedule and instructions by clicking on the links below.

State Instructions for Participating Teams & Fans

State Meet Time Schedule

Tickets are also on sale now!

  • General admission ticket prices with no re-entry privileges are $12 each day, plus electronic transaction fees that are not received by the KHSAA.
  • A general admission ticket with re-entry privileges is available for $15 each day, plus electronic transaction fees that are not received by the KHSAA. A wristband will be provided at the gate for those that choose the re-entry option.
  • All tickets will be sold online via GoFan, the KHSAA’s official digital ticket vendor. Children five-and-under will be admitted free, but must still “purchase” a free ticket through GoFan.
  • Fans should purchase their tickets before they arrive to facilitate entry and minimize congregation of those waiting.
  • There will be no paper tickets sold at the walk-up gate or cash sales.
  • Any on-site transactions will be digital using the personal devices of the customer.
  • No screenshots of tickets shall be honored at any time.
  • Pets are not permitted at the event.

Link to Purchase tickets: https://gofan.co/app/school/KHSAA

Final Performance listings and State qualifiers will be distributed on Friday, May 27 provided that all regional meets are completed and results received. 

 

 

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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 286 member schools both public and non-public. The KHSAA awards 215 state championships to 51 teams and 164 individuals in 13 sports and 6 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.

05/18/22 - Title IX Webinar

As was previously announced at the Athletic Director’s Conference, the KHSAA will be conducting a brief Title IX Webinar on Wednesday, May 25, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. EST. 

As a result of Covid 19, on-site visits in the Title IX Education Program have been shut down for the past two years. In addition, the daily consultation with our audit team members has been suspended as well as they were not coming into our offices.

Due to this as well as the significant amount of turnover in administration among our member schools, we would like to take this opportunity to refamiliarize our schools with some of the basic components of Title IX prior to the 2022-2023 school year. The focus of this meeting will be the elements of Title IX as it relates to the management of the interscholastic athletic program.

Covered in the webinar will be a review of Title IX Opportunities and Benefits, the Annual KHSAA reporting requirement, and various items related to continuing to monitor compliance within the local school and school district. This meeting will count for one of the twelve required continuous improvement hours required for veteran athletic administrators (18 hours for those in their first 3 years) under Bylaw 25.

The KHSAA Title IX Audit Compliance team as well as Title IX Compliance Officer Darren Bilberry, IT Director Rob Catron, and Commissioner Julian Tackett will be present to facilitate the meeting. 

You can advance register for this Webinar by going to the following link:

https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwtcOysrDwsHdLF9FSPs-VMSe0gX9Lx6Doe

Please contact Assistant Commissioner Darren Bilberry if you have any additional questions. Thank you. 

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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 280 member schools both public and non-public. The KHSAA awards 215 state championships to 51 teams and 164 individuals in 13 sports and 6 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.

The KHSAA staff routinely publishes blog posts to better communicate with its various constituencies and the public. For a list of those blogs, go to http://khsaa.org/news-stats-pubs/sports-blogs/.

05/17/22 - Baseball, Softball State Tournament Draw Show Set for Thursday

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MAY 17, 2022

Pairings for the 2022 Clark’s Pump-N-Shop Baseball State Tournament Presented by UK HealthCare and the 2022 Clark’s Pump-N-Shop Softball State Tournament Presented by UK HealthCare will be revealed Thursday, May 19, at 1:30 p.m. ET, live on KHSAA.tv from the KHSAA Office in Lexington.

The first round of the 2022 Baseball State Tournament will kick off Thursday, June 2, at Kentucky Proud Park on the University of Kentucky campus in Lexington. The opening round will wrap up the next day, followed by quarterfinal action on June 4. Both semifinal games will take place June 10, culminating with the state championship game on June 11.

The first round of the 2022 Softball State Tournament will start Friday, June 3, at UK’s John Cropp Stadium and conclude the following night. All four quarterfinal contests are scheduled for June 10, with the semifinal round tabbed for June 11 and the championship game set for the afternoon of June 12.

All 30 games of both tournaments will be streamed live on KHSAA.tv. Complete brackets will be available on the KHSAA/Riherds.com Scoreboard at the conclusion of Thursday’s draw show.

 

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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.

05/12/22 - Bass Fishing State Championship to Begin Friday at Kentucky Dam Marina

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MAY 12, 2022

The ninth annual KHSAA Bass Fishing State Championship is set to begin Friday at the Kentucky Dam Marina in Gilbertsville. The two-day event will start each morning with the boat launch from Kentucky Dam Marina at 6:30 a.m. CT. The weigh-ins are scheduled to begin at 2:30 p.m. each afternoon and will be streamed free of charge live on KHSAA.tv.

A total of 89 boats will launch across three flights each morning with a staggered return to the dock for weigh-ins. The launch order will be reversed for the second day of competition. Awards will be presented to the top four teams, along with the big bass award winner, following Saturday’s weigh-in.

Free digital tickets for fans attending the weigh-ins are available online at khsaatickets.org. Fans can “buy” the free ticket before arriving and validate the ticket on their phone upon arrival.

More information on this year’s championship can be found through the links below:

 

2022 KHSAA Bass Fishing State Championship

 

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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.

05/11/22 - Board Approves Golf State First Round Sites

The KHSAA Board of Control approved site rotations for 2022 and future years for hosts of the First Round of the Leachman Buick-GMC-Cadillac Girls’ and Boys’ State Golf Tournaments.

2022
State Site#1-Owensboro Country Club (Owensboro)
State Site #2-Heritage Hill Golf Course (Shepherdsville)
State Site #3-Winchester Country Club (Winchester)

2023 
State Site #1-Calvert City Country Club (Calvert City)
State Site #2-Kenton County Golf Courses (Independence)
State Site #3-TBD

2024
State Site #1-Hopkinsville Country Club (Hopkinsville)
State Site #2-TBD
State Site #3-TBD

Previous Board action approved added after Regional play, an additional round of golf, deemed the State First Round, to be conducted across three locations. Each State First Round will include four defined Regions with each Region advancing 20 golfers to the State First Round for a total of 80 golfers at each site (Site #1 will include Regions 1-4, Site #2 will include Regions 5-8, and Site #3 will include Regions 9-12).

In contrast to the previous format that advanced the winning team and top seven individuals not on the qualifying team, the newly adopted format will advance the top two teams and the top 10 individuals from non-advancing teams.

Thirty golfers from each State First Round site will advance to the State Final Rounds Tournament for a total of 90 participants: the top three teams and top 15 individuals from non-advancing teams from each of the three first-round sites.

With the change, up to 96 additional golfers will advance from Region to State First Round, promoting the potential growth of the sport in all areas of the state. With an increased number of participants advancing, regions with traditionally successful teams and individuals are not eliminated in favor of participants from other areas.

With the addition of three additional courses, strong relationships have the potential to develop, assisting with the continued growth of the sport. Both the State First Round and the State Tournament have the flexibility to start later in the day in the event of inclement weather, allowing for completion of play which has been a major challenge with the current format. Leachman Buick-GMC-Cadillac of Bowling Green will continue to be the title sponsor of the boys’ and girls’ tournaments (all rounds).

The State Final Round will have all 90 golfers compete for both days of the event without the necessity of a cut, and allow play to be conducted in one flight as players are accustomed to doing most of the year.

2022 Golf
Region Tournaments – September 19-21*, Selected Sites
State First Round – September 26-28*, Selected Sites
Boys’ State Final Rounds – Oct. 3-5, Bowling Green Country Club (Bowling Green)
Girls’ State Final Rounds – Oct. 6-8, Bowling Green Country Club (Bowling Green)
(*-local scheduling flexibility, boys and girls must be on separate days)

– KHSAA –

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 286 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 nearly 4,000 contest officials.

 

05/12/22 - Board of Control approves girls' basketball hosting extension, volleyball schedule adjustment, state first-round golf format

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MAY 12, 2022

The KHSAA Board of Control conducted its final regularly scheduled meeting of the 2021-22 academic year this week at the KHSAA Office, approving a variety of items that affect 2022-23 and beyond.

The Board agreed in principle to extend the Girls’ Basketball Sweet 16® host site agreement with Rupp Arena at Central Bank Center through 2028, matching the venue’s current agreement to host the Boys’ Basketball Sweet 16® through the same season.

Rather than directly author any proposed Bylaw changes for this fall, the Board directed the Commissioner to assist member schools in such authorship if so desired by the membership.

The Board adjusted the schedule of dates for the 2022 Volleyball State Championship to assist schools with travel costs in light of weekend housing costs surrounding the 2022 Breeders’ Cup, with the quarterfinal through finals rounds being played on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 3-4.

The Board approved the schedule of events and sites for the 2022-23 golf season, including the designation of three sites for the 2022 Golf State First Round of the Leachman Buick-GMC-Cadillac Girls’ and Boys’ State Golf Tournaments. Site selections for 2023-24 and 2024-25 were also designated based on the requested applications. Those first-round sites for 2022 will be Owensboro Country Club (Owensboro), Heritage Hill Golf Course (Shepherdsville) and Winchester Country Club (Winchester).

The Board also reviewed and discussed the implementation of a variety of items impacting interscholastic athletics that were passed in the 2021 and 2022 General Assembly sessions.

Additionally, the Board took the following action:

  • Approved changing the mandatory six-day return-to-play protocol for positive COVID-19 tests by student-athletes and those involved with the program, shifting this protocol to a recommendation for healthcare-provider consultation to determine next steps for the individual student.
  • Announced a partial team-sport reimbursement for team travel during the 2021-22 state championships, which was previously suspended due to economic issues surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Approved a six-meeting Board schedule for the 2022-23 academic year.
  • Reviewed proposed date adjustments for 2023-24 and 2024-25 boys’ and girls’ basketball due to calendar and venue conflicts.
  • Recognized outgoing Board members and thanked them for their service.

 

– KHSAA –

 

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.

2023-2024 Corresponding Calendar Planning Dates

05/10/22 - Baseball & Softball Season Clarification and Reminders

This communication is published to assist Athletic Directors, Baseball/Softball Coaches, and others in the member schools with regard to the end-of-season questions office staff has been receiving as we are approaching the end of the regular season during this first year with a revised schedule.

Prior to the beginning of the year, the Board of Control approved revisions to the structure of the beginning of the season (and the postseason in baseball) to maintain the nine-week regular season. There was no question, at the time, with regard to the last day of the regular season as it was to remain as published in Bylaw 23.

However, many schools tried to both utilize the earlier playing week and shift the end of regular season play. It is clear that in this first year of the adjusted calendar, some assumptions were made at the local level and there is some confusion at the local level on options for play being created by the member school coaches.

After discussions with many schools and the desire to remain consistent within the membership, the Commissioner has approved a one-year exception to the normal ending of the regular season in collaboration with the staff responsible for softball and baseball. For the 2022 playing season ONLY, the last date to play a regular-season contest can be as late as the day prior to the start of the district tournament. This is irrespective of when you choose locally to play your district tournament. Beginning the day the tournament starts for any team within the district, no regular-season game can be played by any team in that district.

Beginning with the 2023 season, the last date of the regular season will return to the published Saturday prior to the week when a district tournament is scheduled, or the deadline for seeded district games to be played (Wednesday) if the district chooses to begin on the weekend prior to the published corresponding date.

In addition, below are some quick reference reminders:

LAST CONTEST

  • For 2022 only, the last date for a regular-season contest is the day prior to the start of the district tournament.
  • For 2023, the last date of the regular season will be the Saturday prior to the week when a district tournament is scheduled, or the deadline for seeded district games to be played if the district chooses to begin on the weekend prior to the published corresponding date.

LAST DISTRICT SEEDED CONTEST

  • For both 2022 and 2023, the last day for a district seeded game is the Wednesday prior to District Tournament Week.
  • For any game not played after that date, the winner/loser of any unplayed required seeded district games would default to the team with the higher RPI on the day following the deadline for seeded games.

NON-VARSITY CONTESTS

  • For both 2022 and 2023, any non-varsity play must also be completed on or before the deadline to play a regular-season contest.

STATE TOURNAMENT DRAWS

  • Draws for Clark’s Pump-N-Shop Baseball and Softball State Tournaments presented by UK HealthCare will be conducted Thursday, May 19 at 1:30 p.m. (ET) and can be viewed through the NFHS Network at khsaa.tv.

 

– KHSAA –

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 286 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.

2022 Girls Tennis Entries/Brackets/Results

2022 Boys Tennis Entries/Brackets/Results

2022 State Track Meet Time Schedule

05/03/22- Hair Adornment Use Clarified; Shot Clock Guidelines Adjusted in Basketball Rules

INDIANAPOLIS, IN (May 3, 2022) — The allowance of hair adornments made of hard material has been clarified in high school basketball. Adornments made of hard material are permitted provided they are securely fastened close to the head and do not present an increased risk to the player, teammates or opponents.

This change to Rule 3-5-4d was approved by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Basketball Rules Committee at its annual meeting April 11-13 in Indianapolis. The recommendation was subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors.

The committee adjusted the rule to be inclusive of hair styles while maintaining that the risk of injury to the athlete and others not be compromised.

“It was extremely important to the rules committee to create rules language that supported diversity of hair trends while minimizing the risk of injury to the athlete, teammates and opponents,” said Lindsey Atkinson, director of sports and liaison to the Basketball Rules Committee. “Creating educational tools through case plays and the annual NFHS Basketball Rules PowerPoint will be the focus of the committee.”

Adjustments were also made to the Shot Clock Guidelines in the Basketball Rules Book as states begin to implement its use by state association adoption this season. The committee reiterated that the Shot Clock Guidelines are strongly suggested, but not required.

In addition, the Shot Clock Guidelines were simplified to suggest a full reset of the shot clock after a ball is intentionally kicked or fisted. However, states may choose to institute a partial reset in these instances, if desired.

According to the latest updates, four states have adopted full use of the shot clock since last year’s rules changes: Iowa, Minnesota, Montana and Utah. Three others have adopted it for limited use: Nebraska, South Carolina and Florida. Ten state associations previously had implemented or approved a shot clock prior to the NFHS rule change: California, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Washington and the District of Columbia. Idaho has tentatively approved a shot clock with a second vote coming in June.

“High school basketball from a playing rules perspective is in a good place,” said Billy Strickland, executive director of the Alaska School Activities Association and chair of the Basketball Rules Committee. “The Committee spent a significant amount of time during our April meeting discussing future rule proposals, an increase in physicality within the game and unsportsmanlike behavior by spectators, as well as the upcoming implementation of the 35 second shot clock in several states.”

The Basketball Rules Committee identified three points of emphasis for the upcoming season, including promoting good sportsmanship. The points also focus on reducing illegal contact in post-play, off-ball play and through hand checks. The third point of emphasis reminds officials to first address illegal uniforms, equipment and apparel directly with the head coach and not players.

A complete listing of the basketball rules changes will be available on the NFHS website at www.nfhs.org. Click on “Activities & Sports” at the top of the home page and select “Basketball.”

According to the most recent NFHS High School Athletics Participation Survey, a total of 540,769 boys participated in basketball in 18,617 schools, and 399,067 girls participated in the sport in 18,210 schools across the country. It is the third-most popular sport for boys and girls.

 

05/04/22 - Reminders about Regional Track & Field Meets

We want to remind Athletic Directors and coaches about the strict time schedule at postseason track & field meets. Throughout the regular season, we realize that many athletes are competing in a rolling schedule style meet. However, both the regional and state track meets are structured to be held to a specific time schedule. With the state meet taking at-large qualifiers, it is important that all 21 regions adhere to a strict time schedule to ensure competitive fairness for the at-large qualifiers attempting to advance to the state meet. With the regional schedule, the games committee has determined that 12 minutes is the check-in/out time limit. 

Managers are required to ensure that the regional meets adhere to the posted time schedule. Events cannot start before the published scheduled time. This allows for the same amount of rest for all athletes competing across the state when qualifying for at-large positions.

It is critical for coaches to assume the appropriate scheduling role in entering athletes. While rolling schedule meets (and cafeteria-style events) in the regular season may allow for athletes to compete in a variety of events, it simply may not be feasible to enter that same number of events in a timed postseason meet. This is one example of the myriad of decisions coaches are required to make, and coaches must make them wisely, to ensure a positive experience for the athletes and the entire team.

Coaches, it is also very important that you speak with your athletes about the schedule prior to the meet, particularly those that are in multiple field events, or a combination of field and running events. Athletes and coaches must know the appropriate rules regarding check-out (and in) and MUST COMMUNICATE continually with meet officials (particularly the head judge of each event) to ensure a smooth transition if necessary to report to another event. The games committee has determined appropriate time limits for competitors excused to compete in another event but it is the athlete’s responsibility to adhere to check-in requirements. Athletes must check back in with the head judge upon return to the event. This is very important, so please discuss this procedure with your athletes.

REGIONAL INSTRUCTIONS

REGULAR SEASON MEETS

  • The KHSAA has also received several inquiries regarding regular-season meets. If your region is held May 14-20, you may still participate in regular-season meets the following week.
  • However, if your regional is held between May 21-26, you will not be permitted to participate in a regular-season meet after your regional has concluded.
  • Please be sure that no school competes in more than 19 meets (which includes indoor) and no meets may be conducted after May 26.

UNIFIED/ADAPTED ENTRIES

  • Again this season, there are also unified/adapted events that will take place simultaneously at the region and state meets. Coaches need to be sure that any unified pairs that are entered in both long jump and shot put are aware of the check-out (and in) procedure as well.
  • Partner athletes should be able to assist in getting from one event to the other in a timely fashion.
  • Information about entering unified/adapted athletes into the postseason can be found here: https://khsaa.org/05-02-22-procedure-for-unified-adapted-track-field-entries-for-postseason/

 

Please contact Sarah Bridenbaugh (sbridenbaugh@khsaa.org) if you have any questions. 

 

– KHSAA –

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 286 member schools both public and non-public. The KHSAA awards 215 state championships to 51 teams and 164 individuals in 13 sports and 6 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.

 

 

 

2022 Region 1 Entries/Brackets/Results

2022 Region 2 Entries/Brackets/Results

2022 Region 3 Entries/Brackets/Results

2022 Region 4 Entries/Brackets/Results

2022 Region 5 Entries/Brackets/Results

2022 Region 6 Entries/Brackets/Results

2022 Region 7 Entries/Brackets/Results

05/02/22 - State Bass Fishing Registration, Ticketing, and Region Results

For all teams/boats qualifying for the 2022 KHSAA Bass Fishing State Championship, the registration link has been updated to allow teams to register. The registration deadline is Monday, May 9, 2022. Teams/boats can register by clicking on the following link:

State Championship Registration

All spectators staying for the weigh-ins for the 2022 KHSAA State Bass Fishing Championship will need a free digital ticket, which will be available online via GoFan, the KHSAA’s official digital ticket vendor. Fans are required to purchase their free tickets before they arrive and may validate the tickets on their phones once they arrive on-site.

GoFan Digital Ticketing

The results for the teams/boats qualifying for the KHSAA State Championship are posted below by region. We are asking coaches to please review the names of your anglers for mispellings and any other corrections that may be necessary. Please email these corrections directly to Darren Bilberry by 12:00 p.m. EST, Wednesday, May 4, 2022.  

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Region 4

Please contact Assistant Commissioner Darren Bilberry (dbilberry@khsaa.org) should you have any questions.

– KHSAA –

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 6 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.

 

2022 Region 8 Entries/Brackets/Results

05/02/22 - Procedure for Unified/Adapted Track & Field Entries for Postseason

In preparation for the 2022 KHSAA Track & Field postseason, we wanted to remind you of the opportunities available for the student-athletes of Kentucky. The KHSAA will continue to offer Unified (in partnership with Special Olympics Kentucky) and Adapted events to include regional and state track & field competitions. While most unified and/or adapted athletes have been participating throughout the season, it is important to review the following information prior to the start of the postseason.

Unified partner athletes and special athletes must be listed on the Unified roster in the KHSAA database and each school needs to check the box for a Unified Team if they wish to compete in the regional and/or state competition. The Track & Field head coach or Athletic Director for each participating member school should enter Unified student-athletes on its postseason roster on the KHSAA database for Unified Track & Field.

From that postseason roster, coaches must submit regional entries to the regional manager, via Form TR124 AND through ky.milesplit.com (with varsity entries), four (4) days prior to the first day of each regional meet. A student-athlete must be listed on the roster in order to participate in the postseason. Form TR124 is an online form and is currently open and accepting entries. Both the form and Milesplit entries are required to assist the KHSAA in ensuring that partners & athletes stay paired together in the state meet should they qualify.

TR124: Regional Unified/Adapted Entry Form

Adapted athletes will also need to be entered through TR124 AND through ky.milesplit.com (with varsity entries). Currently, there is not a roster system in the KHSAA database for adapted athletes, but coaches can enter athletes in the regional competition through TR124 and Milesplit.

As a reminder, the KHSAA currently offers five unified events, and here is how those events are to be conducted during the regular and postseason.

  • UNIFIED 2 x 50m RELAY (one partner/one athlete)
    • Partner athlete must start at the 100m dash start line, special athlete waits at the 50m line. Partner athletes must begin the race, special athletes must finish the race. Partner must race 50m to the athlete, exchange the baton (or touch hands), and then the special athlete will race the final 50m to the finish.
  • UNIFIED 2 x 200m RELAY (one partner/one athlete)
    • Partner athlete must start at the 400m dash start line, special athlete waits at the 200m start line exchange zones. Partner athletes must begin the race, special athletes must finish the race. Partner must race 200m to the special athlete, exchange the baton(or touch hands), and then the special athlete will race the final 200m to the finish.
  • UNIFIED 4 x 100m RELAY (two partners/two athletes)
    • This event will include 2 athletes and 2 partners that must compete in this order: partner athlete, special athlete, partner athlete, special athlete.
  • UNIFIED SHOT PUT (one partner/one athlete)
    • Unified partner athlete throws first, then the special athlete throws. Each participant gets 2 throws and the best throw for each athlete will be added together to determine the final distance for the team. These throws must take place in the unified division (cannot use performances from varsity shot put).
    • Boys in this division will throw a 4k shot.
    • Girls in this division will throw a 6 lb shot.
  • UNIFIED LONG JUMP (one partner/one athlete)
    • Unified partner athlete jumps first, then the special athlete jumps. Each participant gets 2 jumps and the best jump for each athlete will be added together to determine the final distance for the team. These jumps must take place in the unified division (cannot use performances from varsity long jump).

As a reminder, adapted athletes do compete on their own, they do not have a partner. The KHSAA currently offers two adapted events and here is how those events are to be conducted during the regular and postseason.

  • ADAPTED 100m WHEELCHAIR
    • The athlete must utilize a racing wheelchair.
  • ADAPTED 100m EVENT (other disability) 
  • ADAPTED SHOT PUT
    • Boys in this division will throw a 4k shot.
    • Girls in this division will throw a 6 lb shot.
    • Athletes will have 3 throws in the preliminaries and 3 throws in the finals.


Please contact Sarah Bridenbaugh (sbridenbaugh@khsaa.org) should you have any questions pertaining to unified or adapted events.

 

– KHSAA –

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 286 member schools both public and non-public. The KHSAA awards 215 state championships to 51 teams and 164 individuals in 13 sports and 6 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.

 

04/29/2022 - Bass Fishing State Instructions Available

State Championship Instructions and other pertinent information for the 2022 KHSAA State Bass Fishing Tournament are now posted on the KHSAA website. You can view the State Championship Time Schedule, instructions, and other information by clicking on the links below:

2022 State Bass Fishing Time Schedule

Instructions for Participants and Fans

Teams that qualify for the State Championship need to register online by going to the following link:

Online Championship Registration

Please contact Assistant Commissioner Darren Bilberry (dbilberry@khsaa.org) should you have any questions.

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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 285 member schools both public and non-public. The KHSAA awards 215 state championships to 51 teams and 164 individuals in 13 sports and 6 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.

The KHSAA staff routinely publishes blog posts to better communicate with its various constituencies and the public. For a list of those blogs, go to http://khsaa.org/news-stats-pubs/sports-blogs/

 

 

 

2022 Region 9 Entries/Brackets/Results

2022 Region 10 Entries/Brackets/Results

2022 Region 11 Entries/Brackets/Results

2022 Region 12 Entries/Brackets/Results

2022 Region 13 Entries/Brackets/Results

2022 Region 14 Entries/Brackets/Results

2022 Region 15 Entries/Brackets/Results

2022 Region 16 Entries/Brackets/Results

04/26/22 - Spalding Softball for Postseason

In collaboration with Spalding, and for 2022 ONLY, the requirement of the use of a Dudley softball is suspended due to continued issues in the supply chain of getting balls delivered in time for spring championships. Participating teams shall use any legally approved Dudley brand softball in all playoff games if inventory is available. The game balls used must contain the NFHS authenticating mark and must be a Dudley brand softball if inventory is available.

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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 286 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.

TN103Boys-Tennis Boys Entry Form

TN103Girls-Tennis Girls Entry Form

04/29/22- Eased Restrictions on Facial Hair Among 2022-23 High School Wrestling Rules Changes

INDIANAPOLIS, IN (April 29, 2022) — High school wrestlers may now have facial hair on the entire face and chin, provided a skin check can still be conducted. Previously, wrestlers were required to be clean shaven with the exception of sideburns and a neatly trimmed mustache.

The change to facial hair requirements was one of three rules changes recommended by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Wrestling Rules Committee at its meeting April 3-5 in Indianapolis, which subsequently were approved by the NFHS Board of Directors.

The revised procedure for facial hair is that the skin must be visible to allow for a skin check to be performed, as determined by the referee or a designated onsite appropriate health-care professional overseeing skin checks. In the event a skin check cannot be performed, a wrestler will be permitted to trim the facial hair to within the guidelines and must do so before competing. A wrestler may also choose to wear a face mask in lieu of making adjustments to the facial hair.

“We have been systematically removing barriers of participation in our sport,” said Elliot Hopkins, NFHS director of sports, sanctioning and student services and liaison to the NFHS Wrestling Rules Committee. “It started with allowing the optional two-piece uniform, then modifying the hair rule, providing options for state associations with three choices of weight classes for boys and adding three separate girls’ sets of weight classes and now this change. Literally, there is no rule-based reason that a young person cannot participate. We accept all students who want to learn how to wrestle with no restrictions and encourage them to try out for their school team.”

An additional change to Rule 4-2-1 permits wrestlers to wear hair-control devices and other adornments in the hair that are securely fastened and do not present an increased risk to the wrestler or opponents.

“The NFHS Wrestling Rules Committee continues to be forward-thinking with rules changes that promote participation in our sport,” said Anthony Clarke, chair of the NFHS Wrestling Rules Committee. “The committee also strives to adopt rules changes that make wrestling easier for officials, coaches, wrestlers and fans to understand.”

In the event a wrestler’s shoelace laces become untied or the shoe comes off during a match, a wrestler will now be penalized for stalling. Previously, this situation resulted in a technical violation. Shoe and shoelace infractions are no longer subject to injury time and the match will not be stopped to warn or penalize this instance of stalling. Additionally, any two-point stalling infractions and penalties will not cause the match to be stopped to warn or penalize a wrestler.

Changes to 4-1-1 and 4-5-7 clarified the uniform requirements for female wrestlers. Female wrestlers shall wear a sports bra that completely covers their breasts and minimizes the risk of exposure during weigh-ins and competition. Additionally, the change also clarifies that compression shirts may be worn underneath a one-piece singlet and are not required for female wrestlers unless needed to ensure complete coverage.

A complete listing of the wrestling rules changes will be available on the NFHS website at www.nfhs.org. Click on “Activities & Sports” at the top of the home page and select “Wrestling.”

According to the most recent NFHS High School Athletics Participation Survey, wrestling is the seventh-most popular sport for boys with 247,441 participants in 10,843 schools. In addition, a total of 21,124 girls are involved in the sport in 2,890 schools.

Online link to article: https://www.nfhs.org/articles/eased-restrictions-on-facial-hair-among-2022-23-high-school-wrestling-rules-changes/

04/28/22 - Spring 2022 KHSAA Esports State Championships Presented by UK HealthCare Slated for Saturday

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: APRIL 28, 2022

The Spring 2022 KHSAA Esports State Championships Presented by UK HealthCare will take place at the University of Kentucky Federal Credit Union Esports Lounge at The Cornerstone on Saturday, starting at 10 a.m. ET. Tickets to the event are available only via online purchase.

Teams will compete for state titles in Rocket League (PC), Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Nintendo Switch), League of Legends (PC) and Madden NFL 22 (PlayStation 4), with an award ceremony following the completion of every match.

 

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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.

2022 Bass Fishing Championship Schedule

2022-23 AD Season Planning Calendar

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

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.

2022 State Esports Championship Results

Spring 2022 Rocket League Championship Tournament Bracket

Spring 2022 Super Smash Brothers Championship Tournament Bracket

Spring 2022 League of Legends Championship Tournament Bracket

Spring 2022 Madden 22 Championship Tournament Bracket

2022 Spring ESports Championship Schedule of Events

04/20/22- Reminder about Academic All-State and Triple Threat Awards

As we begin to close out the 2021-2022 school year, I wanted to be sure and remind you of two awards options for your students that are in their final phases.

ACADEMIC ALL-STATE PROGRAM
Again this year, the process for presentation of the Academic All-State Awards is automated through the KHSAA school subsystem. With this system, you can, through your roster management screens, select the athletes and print those certificates for these worthy athletes.

Keep in mind the criteria, which have been unchanged for many years, is a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.25 (on a four-point scale) for designation as “Honorable Mention”, and a 3.75 cumulative average on a four-point scale for designation as “First Team.” The awards are based on cumulative grade point averages from the time of enrollment in ninth grade and are given only to varsity participants, and only to participants who are enrolled in grades nine through twelve.

Behind the scenes, we are tracking the number of students selected, and on the Wednesday following Memorial Day will be issuing a school by school listing of the number of students being named First Team and Honorable Mention Academic All-State. This school-by-school listing will generate good publicity for both the program and your school. There will be no amendments made to the announcement following its release so this is your last chance. Please note that because this represents the release of a form of academic records, we will not list the individual names, but you are free to do so within the context of your own district and school policies.

An instructional video on how select the athletes has been recorded by our IT Director and School System Liaison Rob Catron, and it located at https://youtu.be/hcM1XUvP8g0. Contact Rob at rcatron@khsaa.org if you have further questions.

TRIPLE THREAT AWARDS
Instituted in 2018, the Triple Threat Award honors student-athletes who participate in at least one KHSAA championship sport To be considered for the award, the student must compete be on the varsity roster of a sport or sport-activity for a team in each of the three sports seasons. For this award, the fall sports are Cross Country, Field Hockey, Football, Golf, Soccer, and Volleyball; Winter sports are Basketball, Bowling, Competitive Cheer, Dance, Swimming and Diving, Wrestling and Esports Fall/Winter Season; and Spring Sports are Archery, Baseball, Bass Fishing, Softball, Tennis, Track and Field and Esports Spring.

The awards are based solely on each member school’s rosters that were submitted through the KHSAA’s online system, as that is the only permitted determinant for athletic eligibility (including team eligibility). These are calculated automatically based on your participation lists that were submitted on April 30. If you have not completed any portion of your Title IX report and Participation List, this will be your last chance to be included in this announcement as well.

Also on the Wednesday following Memorial Day, we will be issuing a school by school listing of the number of students being named winners of the award as well as individual student listings. If you have not completed any portion of your Title IX report and Participation List, this will be your last chance to be included in this announcement as well.

An instructional video this program has also been recorded by our IT Director and School System Liaison Rob Catron, and it located at https://youtu.be/Jq5_Rr5o0Qk. Contact Rob at rcatron@khsaa.org if you have further questions.

Thank you and finish the year strong!

2022 Tennis Regional Sites

04/18/22- KHSAA Triennial Sports Offering Survey-2021-2022

DUE BY FRIDAY, MAY 6, 2022. You will receive weekly reminders about submission.

Every three years, per adopted policy (and state regulation), the KHSAA surveys the membership as to the desire to expand sports offerings. In this manner, the staff and Board of Control can continue to be proactive in offering new opportunities or assessing the satisfaction of its membership with the current offerings.

The Board of Control adopted policy states that the Board will consider sponsoring a championship in a sport where 50 of the members desire a tournament conducted and when those schools are in at least three geographically bounded basketball regions. There is no guarantee of the sanctioning and championship play, but that threshold does allow for discussion.

Please complete the required survey at https://schools.khsaa.org/ge81-khsaa-triennial-sports-offering-survey-2021-2022/ on or before Friday, May 6, 2022, to assist in the determination of future offerings by the Association. This survey will help determine the sports or sport-activities offered by the Association in which your school would likely participate if the KHSAA were to begin or continue sponsoring championship play.

You will need to be logged in to the KHSAA school subdomain to complete the survey and should be requested to log in by clicking on the link. To access the survey, click the link in the email or blog post, or log in to the school system at https://schools.khsaa.org/, and click on KHSAA Forms and Reports, General Forms, and select form GE81.

The survey is in five essential parts.

  • The first deals with Adapted Sports, which are for students with physical disabilities (generally defined only as those with physical disabilities that must participate in a wheelchair). This section includes sports and sport-activities from the NFHS Annual Participation Survey, which gathers data from around the country. An answer is required for each listed sport, and accuracy is critical.
  • The second is for Unified Sports. Unified competition is for students with intellectual disabilities that you desire to pair with students without intellectual disabilities in a Unified competition format with an interest in interscholastic competition in specific events. This section includes sports and sport-activities from the NFHS Annual Participation Survey, which gathers data from around the country. An answer is required for each listed sport, and accuracy is critical.
  • The third part asks about your school and its intentions related to sports and sport-activities that in some shape, form or fashion are already KHSAA sponsored. This section has specific opportunities for data gathering regarding Lacrosse, female wrestling, team vs. team tennis, and other frequently discussed topics. An answer is required for each listed sport, and accuracy is critical.
  • The fourth part asked about sports and sport-activities sponsored in other states or state associations, but the KHSAA does not currently have them as part of its offerings. This section includes sports and sport-activities from the NFHS Annual Participation Survey, which gathers data from around the country. An answer is required for each listed sport, and accuracy is critical.
  • The final portion is two specific questions surrounding current KHSAA championships, Track and Field and Wrestling. Member schools frequently ask these questions about “why?” and “why not?” and it is essential to get member feedback.

This survey is not binding, and there are no sanctions any school would face by “changing its mind” after submitting the survey. We also realize that other factors would be considered before final implementation.

Please complete the survey at
https://schools.khsaa.org/ge81-khsaa-triennial-sports-offering-survey-2021-2022/.

04/19/22 – Archery State Championships to Begin Tuesday in Bowling Green

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: APRIL 19, 2022

The 2022 KHSAA Archery State Championships will take place at Ephram White Gymnasium in Bowling Green on Tuesday. Competition will get underway at 9:30 a.m. CT. Following the event, full results will be posted on KHSAA.org.

2022 KHSAA Archery State Championships

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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.

04/18/22 - Pool Markings Focal Point of 2022-23 High School Swimming and Diving Rules Changes

INDIANAPOLIS, IN (April 18, 2022) — A collection of new markings for pool facilities constructed or renovated after January 1, 2023, stands out among the high school swimming and diving rules changes approved for the 2022-23 school year.

The markings, placed in a Table within Rule 2-4, were the most notable of the three rules changes brought forth by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Swimming and Diving Rules Committee, which held its annual meeting March 20-22 at the Conrad Hotel in downtown Indianapolis. The NFHS Board of Directors accepted all three rule change submissions.

The table includes four new measurements that constitute changes of the width of the line along the pool bottom, longer cross lines, shorter end wall targets below the water, and an exact listing for the distance between the end of the line on the pool bottom and the end wall.

The width of that line can now be anywhere from 8 to 12 inches rather than the previous range of 10 to 12 inches. The cross line has been extended from 36 inches to 3 feet, 4 inches (1 meter); the end wall targets below the water have been reduced from 3 feet, 6 inches to 3 feet, 4 inches (1 meter); and the space between the end of the pool line and the end wall should now be 6 feet, 7 inches (2 meters).

“Nationally recognized standards for newly constructed or renovated facilities after January 1, 2023, provides consistency for high school swimming,” said Sandy Searcy, NFHS director of sports and liaison to the NFHS Swimming and Diving Rules Committee. “Facilities constructed prior to this date will remain in compliance in accordance with current specifications and will not require prior mutual consent of the competing teams unless state association regulations determine otherwise.”

Updated dimensions pertaining to the non-slip surface on the end wall were written into Rule 2-3-1. In addition to reaching 0.8 meters (2 feet, 7½ inches) below the water level, the non-slip surface should also extend at least 2 inches above the water beginning with the 2022-23 season. Additional new language in Rule 2-3-1 reads: “for pools constructed or renovated after January 1, 2023, it is recommended the end walls extend no less than 0.8 meters (2 feet 7½ inches) below and no more than 0.3 meters (12 inches) above the water surface.”

Finally, an editorial change was made to Rule 2-4-4, as it no longer includes the information referencing end wall height above the water now found in Rule 2-3-1.

A complete listing of the swimming and diving rules changes will be available on the NFHS website at www.nfhs.org. Click on “Activities & Sports” at the top of the home page and select “Swimming and Diving.”

According to the most recent NFHS High School Athletics Participation Survey, swimming and diving is the 10th-most popular sport for boys with 136,638 participants in 7,704 schools, and the eighth-most popular sport for girls with 173,088 participants in 8,007 schools.

04/15/22- NCAA Issues Additional COVID Eligibility Guidance for 2023-24

The NCAA today issued the following guidance document to the state associations to reflect changes, updates and allowances for students who will initially enroll in NCAA institutions in the fall of 2023. Please carefully review this material and contact the NCAA Eligibility Center with questions. The KHSAA should not be considered the definitive source for NCAA guidance, but rather, the NCAA member institutions or the Eligibility Center should be considered that source. The information referenced is located at http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/eligibility_center/COVID-19_Spring2023_Public.pdf, and reflects adjustments for 2023-2024 as well as a reiteration of the answers to those issues for 2022-2023. Feel free to use the CONTACT US link on the bottom of the NCAA page at https://web3.ncaa.org/ecwr3/

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FROM THE NCAA

Given the continuing impact of COVID-19 on the educational environment, the NCAA Eligibility Center has partnered with the NCAA membership to identify adjustments to the initial-eligibility certification process for students who initially enroll full-time in an NCAA Division I or II school during the 2023-24 academic year. Click here to learn more about these important adjustments.

Please share this information with your athletes! This directly impacts rising seniors. The Eligibility Center is also hosting a webinar for your college-bound student-athletes and their families on Sunday, May 1. Please share this message with your students and encourage them to attend this important event.

We appreciate your engagement to ensure students fully understand their opportunities.

04/13/22 – Media Credentials Now Available for Spring Championships

The KHSAA’s online media credentialing system for spring sports championships (archery, esports, bass fishing, tennis, track & field, softball, baseball) is now live and can be accessed by going to credentials.khsaa.org.

Credentials to each KHSAA State Championship event are issued by the KHSAA to working members of the media who regularly cover high school athletics. Credentials must be requested prior to the established deadline for each sport through the online credentialing system.

Credentials should be requested by the sports editor/director for all members of their organization needing to attend an event. Credentials for freelance photographers and stringers must be requested by the sports editor/director at the outlet the freelancer will be representing. Media outlets are responsible for the actions of all individuals representing their organization, including compliance with KHSAA policies and procedures. No credentials will be issued outside of the online credentialing system. The KHSAA reserves the right to limit the number of credentials issued to media outlets when space is at a premium.

Failure to adhere to the KHSAA policies and guidelines, as well as unauthorized use of the media credential, will result in the revocation of the credential and non-issuance of future passes.

DISTRIBUTION POLICY
1 – Credentials will be provided to established and recognized media outlets that cover high school athletics on a regular basis (including, but not limited to, timely reports of regular-season competitions);
2 – No athletic recruiting organizations or media outlets that can be construed as recruiting publications will be credentialed;
3 – Media passes will not be issued to persons under 18 years of age (with the exception of a School Media Pass);
4 – Passes may be revoked at any time for behavior deemed inappropriate for the intended use of the pass, including transferring a credential to someone other than its intended recipient or using the pass to help others gain access to an event. A credential grants the bearer, and only the bearer, access to KHSAA events, and does not include admission for children and family members;
5 – Media members are expected to act professionally and objectively at all times. Cheering or cheerleading during an event is strictly prohibited and can result in removal from the press area;
6 – At any time, the KHSAA may request proof of a media outlet’s legitimacy. To help the KHSAA protect access to its events, media members applying for credentials may be asked to provide samples of their work, as well as information such as circulation numbers (newspapers/magazines), Nielsen Audio (formerly Arbitron) ratings numbers or similar information (broadcast), page views/hits (online entities);
7 – Freelance photographers not working for an accredited media outlet will be treated as Commercial Photographers, and will only gain access to an event by paying the media rights fee for the event in question;
8 – Each team advancing to a state championship event can be represented by one (1) broadcast team (radio or online), which will be designated by the participating school’s principal;
9 – Schools are permitted one (1) School Media Pass at each championship event, which can only be utilized by a student or full-time staff member at the participating school. School Media Passes are requested using SI103, which can be found at http://bit.ly/2svxwTz.

The distribution of credentials is conducted using the following priorities:
1. Daily Newspapers and Wire Services;
2. Statewide Media (TV, etc.);
3. Media Covering Specific Teams on a Regular Basis;
4. Regional Media;
5. All Other Outlets (Non-Broadcast Radio, weekly media, etc.).
Credentials may be issued on a limited basis to valid websites that report timely results. They are not issued to message board websites or to websites that do not regularly contain Kentucky-based high school regular-season content throughout the year. The KHSAA reserves the right to grant or deny any requests on an individual basis.

OWNERSHIP OF RIGHTS
The intellectual property, corporate, broadcasting and media rights to all State Championship rounds of the KHSAA postseason championships belong exclusively to the KHSAA, including titling agreements and sponsorships. As such, the KHSAA is the only entity permitted to originate a live broadcast during State Championship events (this includes the use of streaming platforms such as Periscope and Facebook Live by media members). Broadcasts of prior rounds of the State Championships (Region, District, etc.) are permitted provided the requisite media rights fee has been paid to the association per its agreement with the NFHS Network. Video streaming through social media platforms is also prohibited at the District/Region level unless the rights fee has been paid to the Association.

PHOTOGRAPHY
Photography passes are provided to accredited news media outlets in conjunction with print outlets and affiliate websites. Commercial and freelance photographers can obtain fee-based credentials, space permitting. Information regarding rights fee payments will be confirmed through the online credentialing system.

While photographers own the intellectual rights to individual photos, the KHSAA owns the intellectual property rights to all state championship events; therefore photos taken during these games are not for resale by individuals unless the requisite media rights fee has been paid by commercial photographers. By accepting your credential you agree to all KHSAA terms and conditions. The KHSAA reserves the right to deny credentials to commercial and freelance photographers who do not agree to these terms and conditions. Failure to abide by the KHSAA’s policies and procedures could result in having your credential revoked and a loss of access to future events.

 

 

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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.

04/13/22 - Bass Fishing Regional Instructions Available

Instructions for KHSAA Regional Bass Fishing Tournaments are now posted on the KHSAA website. Manager information is posted on the KHSAA website and can be found here:  

https://khsaa.org/bassfishing/2022/regionalmanagers.pdf

Registration Information for all four regions has also been posted and that information can be found here: 

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Region 4

The deadline for registration is Monday, April 25, 2022.  

Regional Tournaments will take place on April 30, 2022. The State Championship will be May 12-14 at Kentucky Lake in Gilbertsville, KY. You can view the regional tournament instructions by clicking on the following link:

https://khsaa.org/bassfishing/2022/regionalinstructions.pdf

Please contact Assistant Commissioner Darren Bilberry (dbilberry@khsaa.org) should you have any questions. 

 

– KHSAA –

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 285 member schools both public and non-public. The KHSAA awards 215 state championships to 51 teams and 164 individuals in 13 sports and 6 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.

The KHSAA staff routinely publishes blog posts to better communicate with its various constituencies and the public. For a list of those blogs, go to http://khsaa.org/news-stats-pubs/sports-blogs/

 

 

 

 

2022 State Live Entries and Results - Boys

2022 Bass Fishing Regional/State Results

2022 State/Region Meet Entries/Results

2022 Class 1A State Entries/Results

2022 Class 1A Region Results

2022 Class 2A Region Results

2022 Class 3A Region Results

2022 Region/State Tournament Entries/Results

2022 KHSAA State Softball Tournament Info and Results

2022 Clark's Pump and Shop State Baseball Tournament

2022 State Live Entries and Results - Girls

04/11/22 - Official of the Year Winners Announced for Fall Sports

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: APRIL 11, 2022

 

Each year, the Kentucky High School Athletic Association honors the top officials for the 10 sports in which it licenses officials. Finalists in each sport are selected through a combination of not only on-field performance but local association activity and leadership, training efforts and the mentoring of newer officials.

One official in each sport is named “Outstanding Official of the Year” for their sport in appreciation of their dedication and service to schools and student-athletes across the state. Winners are selected following consultation with local assigning secretaries, veteran officials’ observers, coaches throughout the state and additional staff review.

The Outstanding Officials of the Year for the fall 2021 season are Deborah Hartlage for field hockey, Toby Durham for football, Gustavo Turmero for soccer and Jennifer Craven for volleyball. Each finalist will receive a commemorative watch and certificate courtesy of the Officials Division Trust Fund, with the Official of the Year receiving an additional recognition award.

With officiating numbers declining at the national level, the KHSAA is always accepting applications from individuals interested in giving back to their community. Officiating remains a great avenue to stay active, earn extra spending money and ensure that high school athletics are preserved for the current and future generations. To get involved as an official, visit KHSAA.org: https://khsaa.org/officials/officiating-information/

 

2021-22 KHSAA Outstanding Officials (winners in bold)

  • Field Hockey: Deborah Hartlage (Louisville), Rick Moir (Louisville)
  • Football: Toby Durham (Somerset), Mark Harvey (Lexington), Billy Mills (Alvaton)
  • Soccer: Gustavo Turmero (Madisonville), Jeff Ritchie (Bulan)
  • Volleyball: Jennifer Craven (Louisville), Kenny Saltsman (Elizabethtown)

 

– KHSAA –

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.

04/11/22 - Initial RPI Rankings, Stat Leader Reports Released for Baseball, Softball

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: APRIL 11, 2022

 

The first official KHSAA Ratings Percentage Index (RPI) Rankings and the initial stat leader reports for the 2022 baseball and softball seasons have been posted at KHSAA.org.

The RPI (https://khsaa.org/rpi-ratings-percentage-index/) is a tool developed for all team sports by using the official KHSAA/Riherds Scoreboard data. It is provided for a variety of reasons, including district tiebreaking and football bracketing, and as a means to increase publicity, interest and promotion. The KHSAA Board of Control has approved the RPI to be used as a tiebreaking/contest result mechanism to decide seeded district games not played by the deadline.

The RPI rankings are updated on an hourly basis but are not calculated for teams with missing scores from the previous day or earlier.

RPI measures a team’s strength relative to other teams, based largely on the strength of their schedules (margin of victory is not a factor). RPI is calculated from the team’s Winning Percentage (WP), the Opponent’s Winning Percentage (OWP) and the Opponents’ Opponents’ Winning Percentage (OOWP). These three components are combined to produce the RPI using the following formula: RPI = (WP * WPVAL) + (OWP * OWPVAL) + (OOWP * OOWPVAL).

The KHSAA has adopted its RPI using the following final calculation:

  • WPVAL shall be .35 (35%)
  • OWPVAL shall be .35 (35%)
  • OOWPVAL shall be .30 (30%)

All out-of-state opponents will be handled in the following manner:

  • All out of state teams will be assigned a .500 WP for all calculations. Were this not the case, schools would be chasing tens of thousands of opponents of out-of-state opponents over the course of a season, and there is no way to ensure the accuracy of that data.
  • The .500 figure was selected because it is the average value of opponents’ opponents winning percentages across all sports.
  • This same value of .500 is also assigned to any in-state home school competing against a member school.

The stat leader reports will be updated every day at approximately 3 a.m. ET and will include all teams missing stats for no more than two games.

Statistical entry is required of all member schools, and those failing to meet the requirement to enter stats are subject to penalties from the Commissioner, including fines and other actions within the constraints of Bylaw 27. Member schools are solely responsible for submitting statistical information. If a school or individual is omitted, or information is not updated, that means the team in question did not update its statistics through the KHSAA’s online system prior to the deadline.

The requirement to enter statistics, which has been in place for several years, was reiterated to coaches during the online rules clinic. Statistical entry has the benefit of allowing member schools to highlight and promote the accomplishment of their student-athletes, which should be a priority for all involved in school-based sports.

The statistical leader reports can be found through the links below:

Baseball: https://khsaa.org/2022-baseball-stat-leaders/

Softball: https://khsaa.org/2022-softball-stat-leaders/

 

– KHSAA –

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.

04/11/22 - Softball Nominations Sought for Female Midway/KHSAA Student Athlete-of-the-Year Award

The nomination process for the Midway University/KHSAA Female Student-Athlete-of-the-Year among Softball participants for 2021-2022 is now open.

This award is based on athletic and academic achievement as well as community service and leadership. The link to the application contains additional criteria and a form to nominate one participant from each 2021-2022 team. Nominations must come from a member school, but can be submitted by an administrator, guidance counselor, or coach. Nominations may only be submitted online at https://khsaa.org/ge35-midway-university-khsaa-female-student-athlete-of-the-year-nomination-form/

The winner will be announced early in the postseason and recognized at an awards banquet at Midway University on Monday, June 6. From the winners selected for each KHSAA championship, one student-athlete will be selected as the 2021-2022 Midway University/KHSAA Student-Athlete-of-the-Year and announced at the banquet. All winners will also receive their honors at that event.

The deadline for nominations for the Midway University/KHSAA Student-Athlete of the Year in the sport of Softball is May 5, 2022. We look forward to your participation!

 

– KHSAA –

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 286 member schools both public and non-public. The KHSAA awards 215 state championships to 51 teams and 164 individuals in 13 sports and 6 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.

04/11/22 - Baseball Nominations Sought for Midway/KHSAA Student Athlete-of-the-Year Award

The nomination process for the Midway University/KHSAA Student-Athlete-of-the-Year among Baseball participants for 2021-2022 is now open.

This award is based on athletic and academic achievement as well as community service and leadership. The link to the application contains additional criteria and a form to nominate one participant. Nominations must come from a member school, but can be submitted by an administrator, guidance counselor, or coach. Nominations may only be submitted online at https://khsaa.org/ge35-midway-university-khsaa-female-student-athlete-of-the-year-nomination-form/.

The winner will be announced early in the postseason and recognized at an awards ceremony at Midway University on Monday, June 6. From the winners selected for each KHSAA championship, one student-athlete will be selected as the 2021-2022 Midway University/KHSAA Student-Athlete-of-the-Year and announced at the recognition. All winners will receive their honors at that event.

The deadline for nominations for the Midway University/KHSAA Student-Athlete of the Year in the sport of Baseball is May 5, 2022. We look forward to your participation!


– KHSAA –

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 286 member schools both public and non-public. The KHSAA awards 215 state championships to 51 teams and 164 individuals in 13 sports and 6 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.

2022 Final Aggregated Results-State Archery Compiled-Boys Teams

2022 Final Aggregated Results-State Archery Compiled-Girls Teams

2022 Final Aggregated Results-State Archery Compiled-Boys Individual

2022 Final Aggregated Results-State Archery Compiled-Girls Individual

04/08/22- Information Relative to Bylaw 7 and CSIET

From the Desk of Chris Page, Executive Director, CSIET

The past few years have challenged us to think about how we educate our students in new and different ways. As you look to the 2022-2023 school year, we hope you will continue your important partnership with the Council on Standards for International Educational Travel (CSIET) and its certified international student exchange organizations to prioritize global understanding in your school and local community.

Emerging from the lockdowns of the pandemic the U.S. Department of State has redoubled its Public Diplomacy efforts. Through their initiative BridgeUSA, the Department has reiterated its support of high school exchange programs. While the speed of visa processing has been impeded by the challenges that the pandemic wrought on U.S. embassies and consulates, the Department has tasked its consulates around the world to prioritize these young Exchange Visitors as they return to full staffing. We appreciate your understanding and we ask for maximum flexibility in accepting these exchange students in the coming year.

International students are keenly interested in an exchange year to the USA, and we will see a significant rebound in the number of high school students on CSIET-certified programs arriving in August this year. At CSIET, we take the health and safety of all our stakeholders to heart. Schools may set appropriate vaccination standards and our members will comply with those guidelines as we do with all other vaccination requirements. As of December 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) requires all travelers to the United States to present a negative COVID test taken within one calendar day of travel. This applies to international student exchange participants and citizens alike.

In 2022, CSIET-certified organizations continue to welcome and integrate thousands of students into school communities like yours. If you have specific questions about the operational plans and best practices of the organization you work with, we encourage you to reach out to them directly.

What has remained clear in recent years is that the mission to foster global understanding through international student exchange is more important than ever. Citizen diplomacy is one of the most powerful mechanisms we have for engendering peaceful relationships. Your commitment to this mission is vital. Not only do these students return home with positive views of the United States, but by studying and participating in school activities alongside your students, they help broaden the world view of your entire community.

Thank you for welcoming international exchange students into your community. We appreciate all that you do to educate our youth and make the world a better place.

04/06/22 - Esports Spring Championship Update

In an effort to extend the in-person championship experience to more student-athletes, the KHSAA is finalizing plans with PlayVS and the University of Kentucky to conduct the semifinals and finals on Saturday, April 30th at the UKFCU Esports Lounge at The Cornerstone on UK’s campus.

Details and logistics are being finalized, but this preliminary information is being shared with participating schools for planning purposes. More details will be shared when available.

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE
Semifinals
10 a.m. – Rocket League SF1
10 a.m. – Super Smash Bros. SF1
11 a.m. – Rocket League SF2
11 a.m. – Super Smash Bros. SF2
12 p.m. – League of Legends SF1
12 p.m. – Madden ’22 SF1
2 p.m. – League of Legends SF2
2 p.m. – Madden ’22 SF2

Finals
4 p.m. – Rocket League
4 p.m. – Super Smash Bros.
5 p.m. – Madden ’22
5 p.m. – League of Legends

All times Eastern and subject to change.

Digital Tickets will be available for purchase online in the coming days at http://khsaatickets.org/

– KHSAA –

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.

04/05/22 - KHSAA State Archery Championships Registration Now Open

The 2022 KHSAA State Archery Tournament has been added to the NASP site, with links provided below for reference. The event is scheduled for April 19 at Ephram White Gymnasium in Bowling Green, Ky.

Coaches must access the created events and register ALL of the qualifying archers they want to participate. KHSAA representatives will place, in cooperation with the NASP Scoring Official, teams into six (6) flights. Individual qualifiers will be assigned to a flight as close as possible to teams from their region.

Range assignments will be set ahead of time as well and sent to all schools before the date of the competition. Arrival and warm-up times will be designated by the state manager and must be adhered to by all participating schools.

USEFUL LINKS
Schedule – https://khsaa.org/2022-state-archery-schedule/

Girls’ State Tournament – https://nasptournaments.org/tournamentdetail.aspx?tid=8725
Girls’ State Qualifiers – https://khsaa.org/archery/2022/girlsentriesbyschool.pdf

Boys’ State Tournament – https://nasptournaments.org/tournamentdetail.aspx?tid=8726
Boys’ State Qualifiers – https://khsaa.org/archery/2022/boysentriesbyschool.pdf

Digital Tickets will be available for purchase online in the coming days at http://khsaatickets.org/

– KHSAA –

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.

04/04/22 - Track & Field Nominations Sought for Male & Female Midway/KHSAA Student Athlete-of-the-Year Awards

The nomination process for the Midway University/KHSAA Male and Female Student-Athlete-of-the-Year among Track & Field participants for 2021-2022 is now open.

This award is based on athletic and academic achievement as well as community service and leadership. The link to the application contains additional criteria and a form to nominate one participant from each 2021-2022 team. Nominations must come from a member school, but can be submitted by an administrator, guidance counselor, or coach. Nominations may only be submitted online at https://khsaa.org/ge35-midway-university-khsaa-female-student-athlete-of-the-year-nomination-form/

The winner will be announced early in the postseason and recognized at an awards banquet at Midway University in early summer 2022. From the winners selected for each KHSAA championship, one student-athlete will be selected as the 2021-2022 Midway University/KHSAA Student-Athlete-of-the-Year and announced at the banquet. All winners will also receive their recognition at that banquet.

The deadline for nominations for the Midway University/KHSAA Student-Athlete of the Year (male and female) in the sport of Track & Field is April 28, 2022. We look forward to your participation!

 

– KHSAA –

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 286 member schools both public and non-public. The KHSAA awards 215 state championships to 51 teams and 164 individuals in 13 sports and 6 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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2022 Softball Stat Leaders

Compiled: May 23, 2022 3:01 AM
(only teams having no more than 2 missing stat reports at compilation time are included)
Batting Average
(hitting a minimum of 16 games)
(at least 2 At Bats per Team Game)
RankPlayerSchoolGPAVGABH2B3BHR
1Bray, AnnistonModel19.7454735542
2Ginn, EmmaTrimble County30.679785312610
3Whitescarver, AbbySomerset Christian20.66271471161
4Krebs, HaileyFairdale33.650103672132
5Rakes, Jordan Fairview27.64994611462
6Mitchell, LarkinSimon Kenton27.6478555500
7Butler, MadisonBuckhorn25.6297044421
8Buemi, MiaNewport Central Catholic16.6205031813
9Sullivan, KaylaLewis County34.602118711947
10Hudson, McLaineSouth Warren33.60211871967
11Jackson, JaydenChristian Fellowship16.6005030610
12Baker, AlexisSimon Kenton27.59694561716
13Rogers, GracieMenifee County27.59574441110
14Skaggs, RanceyHickman County31.5899556995
15Donaldson, OreannaCalvary Christian28.58880472223
16Gwin, KaitlynSouthwestern25.58880471229
17Hutchins, AllyMcCracken County31.584774511311
18Shepherd, JordynCarroll County18.5784526374
19Fite, NatalieBelfry20.5746135652
20Gulley, KenzieMason County30.5739655372
21Shewmaker, BrookeBishop Brossart27.5718448513
22Kemp, KaytlanHenderson County30.56811163872
23Nord, IsabellaWhitefield Academy17.5684425221
24Smith, AllyMorgan County28.56478441022
25Smithson, ZoeMcCracken County31.5627341819
26Dalton, KylieSouthwestern26.5618246918
27Ferguson, KenzieModel20.5615732520
28Bates, Jae-LeighJenkins24.55968381100
29Dixon, KaileyPerry County Central31.559102579147
30Cole, EmilyLewis County34.552105581407
31Edenstrom, AaliyahWest Jessamine19.5526737425
32Donaldson, EmoryBallard31.55010055111014
33Campbell, JerricaMorgan County28.54991501030
34Welker, DelaneyFairdale32.54893511744
35Foley, DanniCorbin30.54394511742
36Franklin Brooks, KaileighLafayette31.54394511418
37Hayes, IsabelleLaRue County33.54087471223
38Pursley, CharleyMarshall County29.53697521002
39Parsons, AveryRyle30.5348847950
40Adkins, EmilyShelby Valley29.53390481355
41Hornback, ErinLaRue County33.53310556422
42Francis, Alexis Buckhorn26.52970371230
43Cochran, IvyScott33.5288947531
44Menshouse, AnnabelleFairview28.5279349621
45Collins, CalistaLyon County31.52678418112
46Williams, EmilyButler20.52657307110
47McGlone, BrandiWest Carter28.52695501427
48McDougal, AbigailLetcher County Central24.5248444574
49Farmer, LaurenEstill County30.524105551236
50Fentress, JewelDuPont Manual29.52388461344
Home Runs
RankPlayerSchoolGPHRAB
1Webb, RyleeMeade County291688
2Sullivan, EmmaMarion County321498
3Donaldson, EmoryBallard3114100
4Morrison, JosiGreenwood3414105
5Collier, A'miyahRussellville3313108
6Daniels, JessieDaviess County301392
7Richardson, AllyFern Creek311375
8Collins, CalistaLyon County311278
9Hammond, Abby Lexington Catholic281284
10Sherman, BrennaMadisonville-North Hopkins281289
11Sizemore, EmilyNorth Laurel3311117
12Schmeltz, EmilyCooper331182
13Murphy, KatieBarren County301196
14Hutchins, AllyMcCracken County311177
15Story, IsabellaMcCracken County311180
16Rogers, AshleeBath County3811116
17Ray, SummerBoyle County291193
18Williams, EmilyButler201057
19Lewis, ShaylinTates Creek291090
20Ginn, EmmaTrimble County301078
21Easton, TinleyTates Creek2910103
22Holeman, HarperCaldwell County261083
23Tackett, EmaliePike County Central311076
24Fox, ArielMcCracken County319104
25Gwin, KaitlynSouthwestern25980
26Monhollen, JaycieWhitley County349105
27Nevitt, MadelynMeade County29991
28Smithson, ZoeMcCracken County31973
29Ritchie, MckennaTrimble County30983
30Troutman, TaylorHenderson County319103
31Stanley, AliciaCaldwell County26980
32Delong, RandiJohnson Central32986
33Goad, JayceeBoyd County30997
34Dunlap, KadenMercy29988
35Henderson, AlexaEdmonson County27980
36Huff, CaliGreenwood32979
37Crank, BreeannaEast Jessamine20870
38Batts, KayleyOldham County378115
39Wampler, AutumnLetcher County Central24870
40Burton, TrinityNorth Bullitt32897
41Morris, BrookeCollins328117
42Kirby, LydiaGreenwood348101
43Crick, KarleeChristian County348107
44Ellis, BellaPulaski County27881
45Franklin Brooks, KaileighLafayette31894
46Warner, RyleeFranklin County32894
47Williams, JadenMagoffin County20861
48White, SavannahHarrison County348100
49McClees, JaceyBreathitt County368107
50White, KayleighBoyle County30892
Hits
RankPlayerSchoolGPHAB
1Sullivan, KaylaLewis County3471118
2Hudson, McLaineSouth Warren3371118
3Krebs, HaileyFairdale3367103
4Wills, DiamondBath County3864143
5Kemp, KaytlanHenderson County3063111
6Rakes, Jordan Fairview276194
7Sizemore, EmilyNorth Laurel3359117
8Cole, EmilyLewis County3458105
9Dixon, KaileyPerry County Central3157102
10Baker, AlexisSimon Kenton275694
11Skaggs, RanceyHickman County315695
12Neat, KennedyCasey County3656111
13Hornback, ErinLaRue County3356105
14Davis, MadisonOldham County3755118
15Donaldson, EmoryBallard3155100
16Farmer, LaurenEstill County3055105
17Gulley, KenzieMason County305596
18Mitchell, LarkinSimon Kenton275585
19Pierce, NatalieCasey County3654116
20Scott, AvaCooper3354113
21Morrison, JosiGreenwood3454105
22Fox, ArielMcCracken County3153104
23Batts, KayleyOldham County3753115
24Scott, DylanCooper3353106
25Ginn, EmmaTrimble County305378
26Collier, A'miyahRussellville3353108
27Utley, AllieFranklin-Simpson3253120
28Smith, KloieFranklin-Simpson3453121
29Boyd, KaleighOldham County3652108
30Carollo, GabriellaLynn Camp3452114
31Pursley, CharleyMarshall County295297
32Britain, LynleeCentral Hardin3552113
33Jones, LydiaWarren East3352101
34Winkler, MadisonChristian County3351103
35Gent, AlyssaCentral Hardin3551116
36Morris, BrookeCollins3251117
37Sullivan, DelaniGreat Crossing2951100
38Franklin Brooks, KaileighLafayette315194
39Welker, DelaneyFairdale325193
40Brasel, HaylieWarren East3351106
41Abney, MollyGarrard County295198
42Tabor, MorganBreckinridge County3351105
43Foley, DanniCorbin305194
44Adkins, JosieShelby Valley3551101
45Bennett, EllySouth Warren3350107
46McGlone, BrandiWest Carter285095
47Campbell, JerricaMorgan County285091
48Hodson, TaylorBath County3850110
49Petrey, RyleighWhitley County3350114
50Hamm, MalanaRowan County3450114
Doubles
RankPlayerSchoolGP2BAB
1Donaldson, OreannaCalvary Christian282280
2Krebs, HaileyFairdale3321103
3Sizemore, EmilyNorth Laurel3319117
4Batts, KayleyOldham County3719115
5Sullivan, KaylaLewis County3419118
6Adcock, AveryChristian County3419102
7Winkler, MadisonChristian County3318103
8Baker, AlexisSimon Kenton271794
9Scott, DylanCooper3317106
10Welker, DelaneyFairdale321793
11Foley, DanniCorbin301794
12Fleming, RileyShelby Valley3617116
13Sword, Taylor Morgan County281781
14Fox, ArielMcCracken County3116104
15Bennett, EllySouth Warren3316107
16Thomas, GracieWebster County321696
17Morris, BrookeCollins3216117
18Bell, KylaGarrard County291695
19Carrol, ChloePulaski County271694
20Davis, MadisonOldham County3715118
21Meyer, AvaDixie Heights231574
22McPherson, AbigailTodd County Central311592
23Petrey, RyleighWhitley County3315114
24Eastham, LaurynRowan County281593
25Morris, CassidyTrinity (Whitesville)291498
26McGlone, BrandiWest Carter281495
27Cole, EmilyLewis County3414105
28Hodson, TaylorBath County3814110
29Franklin Brooks, KaileighLafayette311494
30Warner, RyleeFranklin County321494
31Brown, SkyeJenkins251473
32Zink, SaraMontgomery County311491
33Utley, AllieFranklin-Simpson3214120
34Morman, EmersonScott331479
35Ross, ShyanneHarrison County3414106
36Rakes, Jordan Fairview271494
37Willoughby , ParkerButler County3414107
38Johnson, KatieEstill County301395
39Monhollen, JaycieWhitley County3413105
40Manning, AudreyEast Carter301388
41Jones, MadysonCentral Hardin331396
42Carlisle, RaeganPendleton County231369
43Arnemann, GracieFranklin-Simpson3513103
44Winkle, EmmaEstill County3013100
45Staples, EllaHancock County311392
46Walker, KatieSouth Warren3313102
47Blair, MakaylaSouth Laurel3213107
48Stivers, ShelbyFern Creek3113100
49Sullivan, DelaniGreat Crossing2913100
50Fentress, JewelDuPont Manual291388
Triples
RankPlayerSchoolGP3BAB
1Dixon, KaileyPerry County Central3114102
2Donaldson, EmoryBallard3110100
3Lisenbee, EllaHarlan271076
4Skaggs, RanceyHickman County31995
5Cobble, AlexConner23867
6Grater, CloePowell County21856
7Shepherd, JordynCarroll County18745
8Kemp, KaytlanHenderson County307111
9McDougal, AbigailLetcher County Central24784
10Sullivan, DelaniGreat Crossing297100
11Ruble, JustinaJackson County27787
12Crum, DanielleLawrence County30788
13Butts, BryleeCaldwell County26787
14Gulley, KenzieMason County30796
15Thompson, BrittanyMartin County25672
16Oliver, CaitlynGreenwood346113
17Greenwell, AnnaHighlands346103
18Ginn, EmmaTrimble County30678
19Stivers, ShelbyFern Creek316100
20Scott, AvaCooper336113
21Abney, MollyGarrard County29698
22Housley, KallieCorbin28688
23Hudson, McLaineSouth Warren336118
24Whitescarver, AbbySomerset Christian20671
25Phillips, KamerynWhitefield Academy21650
26Rakes, Jordan Fairview27694
27Johnson, KatieEstill County30595
28Muha, AlexaHazard24578
29Upchurch, KenzieWayne County23564
30Davis, MadisonOldham County375118
31Pitcock, CarolineSouth Warren335103
32Williams, AbbeyGraves County23584
33Rich, HadleeCrittenden County27589
34Roush, MakennaSt. Patrick15553
35Ford, HavenRowan County29588
36Grant, LilliOwensboro Catholic365128
37Parsons, AveryRyle30588
38Campbell, TrinityBryan Station29586
39Jones, CeceliaCollins31588
40Meadors, JayleeUnion County325104
41Copley, SkylarElliott County355108
42Naftel, NatalieWarren Central30571
43Dupin, AbbyBreckinridge County25568
44White, KendleBowling Green24582
45Kinman, HarperBoone County29596
46Wilson, MiaHoly Cross (Covington)21554
47Murphy, KatieBarren County30596
48Oney, ReaghanMontgomery County325104
49Troutman, TaylorHenderson County315103
50Warner, RyleeFranklin County32594
Base on Balls
RankPlayerSchoolGPBBAB
1Ginn, EmmaTrimble County303278
2Richardson, AllyFern Creek313275
3Collins, CalistaLyon County313178
4Casey, AmeliaPhelps153159
5Williams, AbbyTodd County Central313173
6Combs, MalloryHazard292679
7Wade, CaleyDuPont Manual292684
8Bray, AnnistonModel192547
9Payton, KayleeTrimble County292584
10Wilson, MaraKnox Central282584
11Rolf, KatieBeechwood272574
12Hutchins, AllyMcCracken County312577
13Shelton, SophieTates Creek292483
14Haney, LaurenTrimble County282461
15Hamilton, BaileyOwensboro Catholic3624101
16Hammond, Abby Lexington Catholic282484
17Davis, LillyMale242464
18Prichard, KarsenEast Carter312389
19Delong, RandiJohnson Central322386
20Wright, ShelbyTrimble County302383
21Borders, HadleyAllen County-Scottsville302386
22Means, HannahCasey County362388
23Bays, SaraBoyd County312288
24Hodson, TaylorBath County3822110
25Vance , KaliRaceland3222102
26Spencer, Gracie Morgan County282246
27Jones, MadysonCentral Hardin332196
28Gifford, MarcellaMason County232159
29Herrington, NatalieCalvary Christian282178
30Wilson, MiaHoly Cross (Covington)212154
31Johnson, EllaBracken County272174
32Hayes, IsabelleLaRue County332187
33Jefferson, HaleighPrestonsburg212051
34Eddleman, RoreyCarlisle County302084
35Cole, EmilyLewis County3420105
36White, SavannahHarrison County3420100
37Manhardt, EliseScott332077
38Collins, DevynSouth Oldham262077
39Porter, Trina East Carter312079
40Ritchie, RyleeJenkins202038
41Moore, BrookeBeechwood292076
42Hancock, RileyChristian County341994
43Hines, KaraHarrison County341998
44Pierce, NatalieCasey County3619116
45Joiner, Rhea-LeeMcCracken County311985
46Tackett, EmaliePike County Central311976
47Hargrove, HadleyLivingston Central281983
48Bickett, CamiBullitt Central221945
49Butler, TaylorCarroll County191936
50Willoughby , ParkerButler County3419107
Slugging Percentage
(hitting a minimum of 16 games)
(at least 2 Hits)
RankPlayerSchoolGPSLG
%
HAB2B3BHRTB
1Ginn, EmmaTrimble County301.372537812610107
2Donaldson, EmoryBallard311.28055100111014128
3Hutchins, AllyMcCracken County311.23445771131195
4Shepherd, JordynCarroll County181.222264537455
5Williams, EmilyButler201.2113057711069
6Hammond, Abby Lexington Catholic281.202438412512101
7Richardson, AllyFern Creek311.17339751001388
8Adams, ArianaFleming County181.1513453112461
9Bray, AnnistonModel191.149354754254
10Webb, RyleeMeade County291.136418811016100
11Sherman, BrennaMadisonville-North Hopkins281.135468911412101
12Dixon, KaileyPerry County Central311.127571029147115
13Gwin, KaitlynSouthwestern251.1254780122990
14Collins, CalistaLyon County311.1154178811287
15Reichenbach, DaveighSpencer County231.1002750100655
16Story, IsabellaMcCracken County311.07539801021186
17Smithson, ZoeMcCracken County311.068417381978
18Murphy, KatieBarren County301.042459612511100
19Sullivan, EmmaMarion County321.04149987214102
20Warner, RyleeFranklin County321.0324994145897
21Skaggs, RanceyHickman County311.032569599598
22Ray, SummerBoyle County291.03245931231196
23Morrison, JosiGreenwood341.0295410510114108
24Whitescarver, AbbySomerset Christian201.0284771116173
25Donaldson, OreannaCalvary Christian281.0254780222382
26Collier, A'miyahRussellville331.0095310811313109
27Sullivan, KaylaLewis County341.008711181947119
28Hoskins, TaylanPerry County Central311.000372107
29Fox, ArielMcCracken County311.000531041649104
30Tackett, ElainaShelby Valley161.000440004
31Buemi, MiaNewport Central Catholic161.000315081350
32Baker, AlexisSimon Kenton270.9895694171693
33Rakes, Jordan Fairview270.9896194146293
34Dalton, KylieSouthwestern260.988468291881
35Sizemore, EmilyNorth Laurel330.9835911719211115
36Kenney, NiaParis310.9723671131669
37Krebs, HaileyFairdale330.971671032132100
38Davis, LillyMale240.969256454862
39Franklin Brooks, KaileighLafayette310.9685194141891
40Daniels, JessieDaviess County300.9674392511389
41Henderson, AlexaEdmonson County270.962418071977
42Hudson, McLaineSouth Warren330.95871118967113
43Adkins, EmilyShelby Valley290.9564890135586
44Schmeltz, EmilyCooper330.9513982601178
45Williams, JadenMagoffin County200.951276170858
46Welker, DelaneyFairdale320.9465193174488
47Crum, DanielleLawrence County300.9434188107683
48McGlone, BrandiWest Carter280.9375095142789
49Fite, NatalieBelfry200.934356165257
50Goad, JayceeBoyd County300.9184797131989
RBI
RankPlayerSchoolGPRBIAB
1Rogers, AshleeBath County3868116
2Krebs, HaileyFairdale3366103
3Ginn, EmmaTrimble County306078
4Morrison, JosiGreenwood3460105
5Batts, KayleyOldham County3757115
6Gwin, KaitlynSouthwestern255680
7Farmer, LaurenEstill County3056105
8Ramage, EmersynLivingston Central325696
9Monhollen, JaycieWhitley County3452105
10Sizemore, EmilyNorth Laurel3352117
11Zink, SaraMontgomery County315291
12Gibson, ShelbyFairview285185
13Hutchins, AllyMcCracken County315077
14Gent, AlyssaCentral Hardin3549116
15Crick, KarleeChristian County3449107
16Eastham, LaurynRowan County284993
17Scott, DylanCooper3348106
18White, SavannahHarrison County3448100
19Wessling, GwenyCooper334797
20Sandlin, KennediKnott County Central304670
21Petrey, RyleighWhitley County3345114
22Sherman, BrennaMadisonville-North Hopkins284589
23Fox, ArielMcCracken County3144104
24Davis, MadisonOldham County3744118
25Vice, KirstenBath County3844118
26Ritchie, MckennaTrimble County304483
27Donaldson, OreannaCalvary Christian284480
28Hatridge , Laney Beechwood284485
29Carollo, GabriellaLynn Camp3443114
30Story, IsabellaMcCracken County314380
31Hayes, IsabelleLaRue County334387
32Sullivan, EmmaMarion County324298
33Jones, MadysonCentral Hardin334296
34Chalk, MorganScott334296
35McGlone, BrandiWest Carter284295
36Burton, TrinityNorth Bullitt324297
37Morris, BrookeCollins3242117
38Harris, AllicenMarshall County3442106
39Thomas, BrooklynPulaski County274286
40Donaldson, EmoryBallard3141100
41Young, EmilieSimon Kenton274185
42Adcock, AveryChristian County3441102
43Murphy, KatelynnBeechwood294195
44Ausbrooks, BaileyAllen County-Scottsville294082
45Cole, EmilyLewis County3440105
46Richardson, AllyFern Creek314075
47Menshouse, AnnabelleFairview284093
48Hammond, Abby Lexington Catholic284084
49Walker, Karleigh GraceMcCracken County314090
50Dixon, KaileyPerry County Central3140102
Runs
RankPlayerSchoolGPRAB
1Hudson, McLaineSouth Warren3362118
2Winkler, MadisonChristian County3361103
3Wills, DiamondBath County3861143
4Ginn, EmmaTrimble County306078
5Sullivan, KaylaLewis County3460118
6Combs, MalloryHazard296079
7Collier, A'miyahRussellville3356108
8Sizemore, EmilyNorth Laurel3355117
9Rakes, Jordan Fairview275594
10Oney, ReaghanMontgomery County3254104
11Hodson, TaylorBath County3854110
12Kemp, KaytlanHenderson County3053111
13Barrett, AshtynBath County3853135
14Dixon, KaileyPerry County Central3153102
15Fox, ArielMcCracken County3152104
16Collins, CalistaLyon County315278
17Skaggs, RanceyHickman County315295
18Donaldson, EmoryBallard3152100
19Davis, MadisonOldham County3751118
20Wade, CaleyDuPont Manual295184
21Ford, HavenRowan County295088
22Payton, KayleeTrimble County295084
23Welker, DelaneyFairdale325093
24Hornback, ErinLaRue County3350105
25Krebs, EmmaFairdale314997
26Cox, MadisonMontgomery County3249106
27Mills, HalleLynn Camp3448124
28Thompson, LilyMarion County3248104
29Durrett, AddisonBeechwood294895
30Davis, ZoeMadisonville-North Hopkins284892
31Easton, TinleyTates Creek2948103
32Gulley, KenzieMason County304896
33Joiner, VictoriaLivingston Central324795
34Baker, AlexisSimon Kenton274694
35Bennett, EllySouth Warren3346107
36Maupin, LanaFairdale324695
37Chaney, AmberCooper3245100
38Tackett, MaristaFairview284589
39Murphy, KatieBarren County304596
40Petrey, RyleighWhitley County3345114
41Hatridge , Laney Beechwood284585
42Hamm, MalanaRowan County3445114
43Sherman, BrennaMadisonville-North Hopkins284589
44Willoughby , ParkerButler County3445107
45Hines, AshtynSouthwestern264484
46Rivera, IsabellaLaRue County3244102
47Adcock, AveryChristian County3444102
48Rogers, AshleeBath County3844116
49Shoulders, EllieMcCracken County314495
50Johnson, KatieEstill County304395
Stolen Bases
RankPlayerSchoolGPSBSBA
1Bray, AnnistonModel195555
2Combs, MalloryHazard295454
3Gulley, KenzieMason County305052
4Wilson, MaraKnox Central284848
5Wills, DiamondBath County384849
6Prichard, KarsenEast Carter314548
7Winkler, MadisonChristian County334346
8Wilson, MiaHoly Cross (Covington)214242
9Sullivan, KaylaLewis County344144
10Wade, CaleyDuPont Manual294041
11Dixon, KaileyPerry County Central314041
12Perkins, AlyssaHoly Cross (Covington)183738
13Rakes, Jordan Fairview273737
14Adkins, JosieShelby Valley353741
15Smith, AllyMorgan County283636
16Ford, HavenRowan County293636
17Dumphord, ToriParis313637
18Adkins, KenleeWest Carter263639
19Phillips, LinzeeBelfry253536
20Fox, Jo JoMayfield243536
21McGlone, BrandiWest Carter283336
22Pursley, CharleyMarshall County293235
23Payton, KayleeTrimble County293233
24Smith, CarlyOwsley County213233
25Ausmus, MatayaBell County243232
26Kemp, KaytlanHenderson County303132
27Ford, MaileyCaverna263132
28Gaddie, KendallOldham County363131
29Reiselman, JordynHoly Cross (Covington)203131
30Williams, MorganBryan Station273031
31Grubbs, JakaylaHopkinsville243030
32Baker, AlexisSimon Kenton272929
33Casey, AmeliaPhelps152929
34Hamm, MalanaRowan County342930
35Ryan, ZakyahHoly Cross (Covington)212930
36Hoskins, BrileyCaverna242828
37Allen, MackenzieCordia162829
38Phillips , Preslee Calloway County292828
39Lisenbee, EllaHarlan272829
40Stone, AllieWest Carter242728
41Shewmaker, BrookeBishop Brossart272727
42Sullivan, DelaniGreat Crossing292729
43Hoskins, TaylanPerry County Central312728
44Gayheart, KylieKnott County Central302627
45Rogers, GracieMenifee County272627
46Robbins, AubreyNelson County262628
47Hines, AshtynSouthwestern262525
48Burton, CamrynWest Carter272528
49Estes, BayleeHancock County312526
50Dixon, AlyssaPerry County Central312526
Earned Run Average
(at least 1.0 Inning Pitched per Team Games)
RankPlayerSchoolGPERAIPERR
1Coleman, KierstinEast Ridge16 0.12561156
2Baldridge, SavannahEast Ridge9 0.1449160
3Murray, KaydenGreenwood26 0.39145.1820
4Hammond, Abby Lexington Catholic28 0.651711646
5Carter, RyleeBallard11 0.7682.2918
6Willingham, KendallSouth Warren12 0.8134.246
7Cole, EmilyLewis County31 0.821962352
8Fox, Jo JoMayfield23 0.90140.21856
9Gray, BrookeBallard24 0.90139.11819
10Little, AdaScott County24 0.99155.22257
11Adkins, EmilyShelby Valley18 1.00701034
12Knochelman, BriannaGrant County23 1.05133.12035
13Wimsatt, BaileyGraves County12 1.11631020
14Cain, SophiaDaviess County10 1.113868
15Bobbitt, Mia Paducah Tilghman12 1.1449819
16Hughes, KimPerry County Central27 1.171672855
17Winkle, EmmaEstill County26 1.23119.22131
18Bridges, TrinityLafayette17 1.2677.21422
19Kemp, AnnaHenderson County20 1.2788.11619
20Cissell, KaitlyinBethlehem22 1.35119.22336
21Cronan, ClaireLafayette15 1.35621219
22Hannah, ChloePike County Central33 1.38202.24055
23Roby, RayleeDaviess County21 1.47128.22736
24Hume, AlexisBethlehem13 1.4738810
25Williams, CandiceJackson County29 1.541683787
26Norwood, CourtneySouth Warren11 1.5454.21215
27Johnson, EllaBracken County24 1.73145.23676
28Roberts, LilyHancock County30 1.741854664
29Smith, JennaCentral Hardin27 1.741413560
30Gwin, KaitlynSouthwestern19 1.7691.12332
31Lewis, ShelbyAnderson County25 1.80140.13644
32Hill, LillianaGeorge Rogers Clark7 1.8131824
33Grimes, MakOldham County31 1.83156.24165
34Hutchins, AllyMcCracken County13 1.89631722
35Perdue, HayleighMadisonville-North Hopkins11 1.8940.21124
36Tussey, Stephanie East Carter24 1.911393865
37Persinger, IsabellaHarrison County33 1.93166.24669
38Markham, EmmaWarren East32 1.94183.25163
39Browning, JordanMarion County20 1.9682.12341
40Napier, LilyShelby Valley21 1.97106.13077
41Bruener, KayleyPendleton County19 2.00115.23353
42Linton, AndreaMadison Central5 2.0227.2814
43Cundiff, PresleeLee County20 2.0320359128
44Gleason, AveryButler County23 2.03169.14977
45Pennington, CatlinBreathitt County32 2.05201.15998
46Gettings, ShelbyLogan County14 2.0671.12143
47Metcalfe, SelynnaSouth Warren14 2.0767.22031
48Blevins, TaylorLawrence County20 2.081013056
49Ogden, LaylaSouth Warren10 2.1043.11316
50Thomason, RhiannaCarlisle County22 2.112096394
Strikeouts
RankPlayerSchoolGPKIPK's/7
1Cole, EmilyLewis County3139519614.11
2Hannah, ChloePike County Central33325202.211.23
3Howard, RachelPineville2229914114.84
4Roberts, LilyHancock County3029618511.20
5Gray, BrookeBallard24295139.114.82
6ODaniel, EmmaThomas Nelson2928515512.87
7Knochelman, BriannaGrant County23284133.114.91
8Johnson, EllaBracken County24266145.212.78
9Markham, EmmaWarren East32261183.29.95
10Hammond, Abby Lexington Catholic2825717110.52
11Murray, KaydenGreenwood26250145.112.04
12Bowling, AbbyClay County31244183.19.32
13Williams, CandiceJackson County292381689.92
14Pennington, CatlinBreathitt County32234201.18.14
15Lewis, ShelbyAnderson County25228140.111.37
16Rockvoan, KarsynBryan Station2722115010.31
17White, KayleighBoyle County2421713910.93
18Little, AdaScott County24211155.29.49
19Mills, HalleLynn Camp31210149.19.84
20Vice, KirstenBath County37203214.26.62
21Roby, RayleeDaviess County21200128.210.88
22Clemons, EmiliaDuPont Manual2519613010.55
23Winkle, EmmaEstill County26195119.211.41
24Cundiff, PresleeLee County201952036.72
25Manning, AvaChristian Academy-Louisville28194150.19.03
26Richardson, AllyFern Creek25190123.210.75
27Housden, IzzyCalloway County24185139.29.27
28Persinger, IsabellaHarrison County33182166.27.64
29Grimes, MakOldham County31181156.28.09
30Sharp, MollieConner1818111511.02
31Menshouse, AnnabelleFairview251801409.00
32Bruener, KayleyPendleton County19179115.210.83
33Rose, JaceyHickman County29178149.28.33
34Chapman, KylieMurray201761279.70
35Fox, Jo JoMayfield23174140.28.66
36Broady, LilieBarren County26169154.27.65
37Patel, AudreyRussell24165134.18.60
38Hamilton, BrookeOwensboro Catholic231651457.97
39Bledsoe, LaneyPaintsville2116511510.04
40Fahm, MollyBelfry23162121.19.35
41Watson, AddisonWestern Hills21160120.19.31
42Hughes, KimPerry County Central271601676.71
43Brownlee, BrooklynMonroe County271581457.63
44Ausmus, MatayaBell County241561517.23
45Donaldson, OreannaCalvary Christian26153134.17.97
46McPherson, AbigailTodd County Central25152133.27.96
47Cissell, KaitlyinBethlehem22150119.28.77
48Dungan, SadieFrankfort26150130.28.04
49Morris, BrookeCollins251471437.20
50Conley, HallieMontgomery County21146107.29.49
Wins
RankPlayerSchoolGPWLSVW-L
1Cole, EmilyLewis County3128300.903
2Vice, KirstenBath County3728900.757
3Hannah, ChloePike County Central3324700.774
4Hughes, KimPerry County Central2723400.852
5Hammond, Abby Lexington Catholic2823400.852
6Gray, BrookeBallard2423001.000
7Markham, EmmaWarren East3223800.742
8Persinger, IsabellaHarrison County33221010.688
9Roberts, LilyHancock County3022800.733
10Pennington, CatlinBreathitt County3222900.710
11Williams, CandiceJackson County2921700.750
12Cain, CarlySomerset32211100.656
13Lewis, ShelbyAnderson County2521300.875
14Murray, KaydenGreenwood2620320.870
15Grimes, MakOldham County3120700.741
16Tussey, Stephanie East Carter2419300.864
17Broady, LilieBarren County2618610.750
18Clemons, EmiliaDuPont Manual2518500.783
19Manning, AvaChristian Academy-Louisville2818800.692
20Hayes, IsabelleLaRue County2717710.708
21Housden, IzzyCalloway County2417400.810
22Roby, RayleeDaviess County2117400.810
23Begley, JessiePulaski County2517600.739
24Sandlin, KennediKnott County Central2917900.654
25Arthur, HannaFranklin-Simpson33171000.630
26Gwin, KaitlynSouthwestern1916200.889
27Ritchie, MckennaTrimble County2516610.727
28Proffitt, HallieNorth Laurel2716700.696
29Little, AdaScott County2416800.667
30Collier, A'miyahRussellville2716710.696
31Morris, BrookeCollins2515910.625
32Reynolds, TarrynRussell County27151010.600
33Mills, HalleLynn Camp31151120.577
34Watson, AddisonWestern Hills2115500.750
35Conley, HallieMontgomery County2115220.882
36Rose, JaceyHickman County29151000.600
37Kemp, AnnaHenderson County2015001.000
38White, KayleighBoyle County2415800.652
39Hancock, RileyChristian County2615420.789
40Hill, KelsieHenderson County1914200.875
41Bullington, EmmieApollo2614700.667
42Fahm, MollyBelfry2314800.636
43Beller, AbiKnox Central29141500.483
44Smith, JennaCentral Hardin2714710.667
45Shelton, SophieTates Creek25141000.583
46Johnson, EllaBracken County24141000.583
47Menshouse, AnnabelleFairview25141000.583
48Thomason, RhiannaCarlisle County2214800.636
49Hopkins, RileyDixie Heights2014500.737
50Bays, SaraBoyd County2214600.700
Saves
RankPlayerSchoolGPSV
1Conley, KatelynKnott County Central2011
2Morgan, AbbyCumberland County255
3Blau, KendallCooper265
4Graham, AllieTrinity (Whitesville)194
5Hollis, HannaCooper164
6Hall, AllyKnott County Central63
7Cronan, ClaireLafayette153
8Hume, AlexisBethlehem133
9Leicht, AlexCampbell County173
10Merrill, MayaMercy233
11Parker, BrennaGreat Crossing193
12Harned, Kimberlyn-GracieChristian County223
13Adkins, EmilyShelby Valley183
14Coy, GabrielleNorth Bullitt263
15Cissell, KaitlyinBethlehem223
16Nicely, AlyssaLetcher County Central192
17Mingus, MackenzieBullitt East122
18White, AshlynBreckinridge County272
19Fleming, RileyShelby Valley72
20Harris, RachaelFrederick Douglass212
21Mills, HalleLynn Camp312
22Grady, ElizabethSouth Oldham172
23Cross, KaseyNorth Bullitt232
24Johnston, MollieBullitt East202
25Patsel, BriannaDixie Heights52
26Ross, ShyanneHarrison County162
27Darnall, GracelynMarshall County282
28Lashley, JozieOldham County62
29Wright, HannahMale162
30Lawson, KayleeMiddlesboro242
31Blevins, TaylorLawrence County202
32Williams, SerenaDuPont Manual92
33Gaines, TaylorFrankfort72
34Cain, SophiaDaviess County102
35Root, BaileeNorth Laurel202
36Reed, DestinyGreat Crossing72
37Browning, JordanMarion County202
38Conley, HallieMontgomery County212
39Bridges, TrinityLafayette172
40West, EmmaLyon County112
41Bobbitt, Mia Paducah Tilghman122
42Hancock, RileyChristian County262
43Terrill, LaurynWolfe County112
44Murray, KaydenGreenwood262
45McNeil, AddisynButler22
46Music, MollyPaintsville112
47Jenkins, PeytonUnion County292
48Crank, BreeannaEast Jessamine142
49Brown, SkylarFern Creek81
50Pineda, KailaniFern Creek151
Innings Pitched
RankPlayerSchoolGPIP
1Lunsford, MakenzieWhitley County25219
2Vice, KirstenBath County37214.2
3Thomason, RhiannaCarlisle County22209
4Cain, CarlySomerset32206
5Cundiff, PresleeLee County20203
6Hannah, ChloePike County Central33202.2
7Pennington, CatlinBreathitt County32201.1
8Durham, AbbieCasey County29197.1
9Cole, EmilyLewis County31196
10Roberts, LilyHancock County30185
11Markham, EmmaWarren East32183.2
12Bowling, AbbyClay County31183.1
13Beller, AbiKnox Central29176
14Hammond, Abby Lexington Catholic28171
15Gleason, AveryButler County23169.1
16Williams, CandiceJackson County29168
17Hughes, KimPerry County Central27167
18Persinger, IsabellaHarrison County33166.2
19Arthur, HannaFranklin-Simpson33164
20Smith, EllaHenry Clay31163.1
21Reynolds, TarrynRussell County27162
22Papineau, ChloeWebster County27160
23Grimes, MakOldham County31156.2
24Little, AdaScott County24155.2
25ODaniel, EmmaThomas Nelson29155
26Broady, LilieBarren County26154.2
27Lindsey, MalloryGrayson County32151.1
28Ausmus, MatayaBell County24151
29Manning, AvaChristian Academy-Louisville28150.1
30Rockvoan, KarsynBryan Station27150
31Rose, JaceyHickman County29149.2
32Mills, HalleLynn Camp31149.1
33Canada, KaraWhitley County22147.1
34Shelton, SophieTates Creek25146
35Johnson, EllaBracken County24145.2
36Murray, KaydenGreenwood26145.1
37Perry, LillyLyon County28145
38Hamilton, BrookeOwensboro Catholic23145
39Brownlee, BrooklynMonroe County27145
40Begley, JessiePulaski County25143.1
41Morris, BrookeCollins25143
42Smith, JennaCentral Hardin27141
43Howard, RachelPineville22141
44Salvador, AdreanaCaverna26141
45Fox, Jo JoMayfield23140.2
46Lewis, ShelbyAnderson County25140.1
47Menshouse, AnnabelleFairview25140
48Housden, IzzyCalloway County24139.2
49Keeton, AbbyMorgan County27139.1
50Gray, BrookeBallard24139.1
Top 50 Team Batting Average Leaders
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
RankSchoolGamesAVGABH
1McCracken County310.456805367
2Fairdale330.437835365
3Fairview280.429784336
4Clinton County300.422805340
5Campbell County230.420624262
6Southwestern260.418736308
7Oldham County370.416987411
8Madisonville-North Hopkins290.415804334
9Simon Kenton270.414777322
10Scott330.411751309
11Boyd County310.408817333
12East Carter310.407789321
13Portland Christian170.406475193
14Whitefield Academy210.402420169
15LaRue County330.400854342
16South Warren330.393960377
17Trimble County300.393737290
18Henderson County310.391874342
19Hickman County310.384779299
20North Laurel330.384962369
21Perry County Central310.380856325
22Carlisle County300.375801300
23Montgomery County320.374884331
24Cooper330.373874326
25Shelby Valley360.372986367
26West Carter280.372742276
27Rowan County340.372948353
28Ballard310.371788292
29Jenkins250.371563209
30Hazard290.371778289
31Knott County Central300.369764282
32East Jessamine200.367583214
33Letcher County Central270.364703256
34Morgan County280.364685249
35Bell County240.363658239
36Estill County300.363834303
37Rockcastle County260.362650235
38Allen County-Scottsville300.361732264
39Bishop Brossart270.360686247
40Central Hardin350.359918330
41Dixie Heights230.359579208
42Wolfe County270.358715256
43Holy Cross (Covington)210.358562201
44Bath County380.3571068381
45Pulaski County270.356733261
46Russellville340.355911323
47Holmes240.354542192
48Male250.354741262
49Caverna260.354608215
50Greenwood350.353930328
Top 50 Team Runs Leaders
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
RankSchoolGamesRABR/G
1Bath County38383106810.08
2Oldham County373629879.78
3McCracken County3134780511.19
4Trimble County3034173711.37
5LaRue County3333085410.00
6North Laurel333169629.58
7South Warren333159609.55
8Montgomery County323128849.75
9Fairdale333118359.42
10Central Hardin352979188.49
11Scott332957518.94
12Southwestern2629373611.27
13Madisonville-North Hopkins2929080410.00
14Christian County342908458.53
15Russellville342899118.50
16Boyd County312868179.23
17Rowan County342849488.35
18Carlisle County302848019.47
19Lewis County342819568.26
20Marion County332809308.48
21Cooper332788748.42
22Henderson County312768748.90
23Ballard312727888.77
24Fairview282717849.68
25Beechwood292707339.31
26Perry County Central312618568.42
27Franklin-Simpson352609937.43
28Lynn Camp342599537.62
29East Carter312577898.29
30Knott County Central302567648.53
31DuPont Manual312567868.26
32Greenwood352559307.29
33West Carter282557429.11
34Collins322548657.94
35Whitley County342539187.44
36Hazard292537788.72
37Bethlehem292518478.66
38Shelby Valley362509866.94
39Jackson County292487858.55
40Tates Creek292488158.55
41Western Hills282477638.82
42Union County332469147.45
43Fern Creek312447787.87
44Christian Academy-Louisville322438037.59
45Highlands342398377.03
46Breathitt County3623810046.61
47Hickman County312347797.55
48Harrison County342349156.88
49Johnson Central322318717.22
50Jenkins252315639.24
Top 50 Team Hits Leaders
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
RankSchoolGamesHAB
1Oldham County37411987
2Bath County383811068
3South Warren33377960
4North Laurel33369962
5McCracken County31367805
6Shelby Valley36367986
7Fairdale33365835
8Rowan County34353948
9Franklin-Simpson35350993
10Henderson County31342874
11LaRue County33342854
12Clinton County30340805
13Fairview28336784
14Lewis County34335956
15Madisonville-North Hopkins29334804
16Boyd County31333817
17Montgomery County32331884
18Central Hardin35330918
19Greenwood35328930
20Lynn Camp34326953
21Cooper33326874
22Perry County Central31325856
23Breathitt County363231004
24Russellville34323911
25Simon Kenton27322777
26Breckinridge County34321952
27East Carter31321789
28Scott33309751
29Marion County33309930
30Warren East33308887
31Butler County34308921
32Southwestern26308736
33Owensboro Catholic363081006
34Lyon County32303869
35Estill County30303834
36Marshall County34303911
37Corbin30300856
38Carlisle County30300801
39Hickman County31299779
40Collins32299865
41Somerset33297928
42Ballard31292788
43Daviess County32292889
44Whitley County34291918
45Harrison County34291915
46Trimble County30290737
47Casey County36290927
48Johnson Central32290871
49Christian County34289845
50Hazard29289778
Top 50 Team Doubles Leaders
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
RankSchoolGames2BAB
1Fairdale3390835
2Oldham County3789987
3McCracken County3183805
4Perry County Central3178856
5Montgomery County3277884
6Franklin-Simpson3576993
7North Laurel3374962
8Henderson County3174874
9Collins3273865
10Scott3372751
11Great Crossing3071744
12Christian County3471845
13South Warren3370960
14Russellville3468911
15Lewis County3468956
16Greenwood3568930
17Cooper3367874
18Hickman County3167779
19Southwestern2667736
20Boyd County3165817
21Madisonville-North Hopkins2965804
22LaRue County3365854
23Simon Kenton2764777
24Butler County3464921
25Union County3363914
26Bath County38631068
27Taylor County2763796
28Estill County3063834
29Fairview2862784
30Allen County-Scottsville3061732
31Shelby Valley3661986
32Pulaski County2761733
33Whitley County3461918
34Central Hardin3560918
35Lynn Camp3460953
36Corbin3059856
37Carlisle County3059801
38Meade County2959822
39Breathitt County36591004
40Mercy2958792
41East Carter3158789
42Fern Creek3157778
43Christian Academy-Louisville3257803
44Boyle County3057784
45Knott County Central3057764
46Marion County3356930
47Owensboro Catholic36561006
48Somerset3356928
49Ballard3155788
50Rowan County3455948
Top 50 Team Triples Leaders
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
RankSchoolGames3BAB
1Ballard3125788
2Perry County Central3125856
3Letcher County Central2722703
4Corbin3022856
5Henderson County3121874
6Oldham County3721987
7Paducah Tilghman3221841
8Fairdale3320835
9Rowan County3420948
10Greenwood3519930
11Hickman County3119779
12Whitley County3418918
13Warren East3318887
14Carlisle County3017801
15Scott3317751
16McCracken County3117805
17Russellville3417911
18Caldwell County2717737
19South Warren3317960
20West Carter2817742
21Madisonville-North Hopkins2916804
22Knott County Central3016764
23Martin County2516659
24Somerset Christian School2016517
25Beechwood2916733
26Harlan County3116794
27Marion County3316930
28Jackson County2915785
29Collins3215865
30Male2515741
31Lexington Catholic2815755
32Johnson Central3215871
33Estill County3015834
34Bishop Brossart2715686
35Trimble County3015737
36Bowling Green2414638
37Carroll County1914415
38Bryan Station3114871
39North Bullitt3314806
40Harlan2714635
41Elliott County3513873
42Bardstown2213605
43Powell County2113518
44Hazard2913778
45Holy Cross (Covington)2113562
46Marshall County3413911
47Great Crossing3013744
48Shelby Valley3613986
49Cooper3313874
50Caverna2613608
Top 50 Team Home Runs Leaders
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
RankSchoolGamesHRAB
1McCracken County3157805
2Henderson County3141874
3Greenwood3540930
4Boyle County3039784
5Marion County3338930
6Bath County38361068
7Oldham County3735987
8Madisonville-North Hopkins2934804
9Tates Creek2933815
10Southwestern2630736
11Male2530741
12Breathitt County36281004
13Christian County3428845
14South Warren3328960
15Barren County3028804
16Meade County2928822
17Mercy2927792
18Bryan Station3127871
19Montgomery County3227884
20Caldwell County2726737
21Daviess County3226889
22Pulaski County2726733
23Somerset3326928
24Great Crossing3026744
25Fern Creek3125778
26Cooper3325874
27Ballard3124788
28Russellville3423911
29Lafayette3123808
30Lexington Catholic2823755
31Frederick Douglass3322842
32Trimble County3022737
33Pike County Central3722897
34Collins3221865
35Anderson County2621645
36Boyd County3121817
37Hancock County3121804
38Lyon County3220869
39Lawrence County3020803
40Western Hills2820763
41Garrard County2919810
42Christian Academy-Louisville3219803
43Lewis County3418956
44Perry County Central3118856
45North Laurel3318962
46Apollo3118794
47Simon Kenton2718777
48Owensboro Catholic36171006
49Breckinridge County3417952
50Raceland3217890
Top 50 Team RBI Leaders
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
RankSchoolGamesRBIAB
1Oldham County37329987
2McCracken County31325805
3Bath County382921068
4South Warren33278960
5Southwestern26278736
6Fairdale33277835
7Montgomery County32275884
8North Laurel33273962
9Fairview28271784
10Trimble County30266737
11LaRue County33266854
12Cooper33260874
13Central Hardin35253918
14Boyd County31252817
15Perry County Central31250856
16Madisonville-North Hopkins29249804
17Rowan County34244948
18Henderson County31242874
19Scott33241751
20Greenwood35236930
21Russellville34234911
22Collins32231865
23Knott County Central30230764
24Christian County34230845
25Lynn Camp34229953
26Franklin-Simpson35228993
27Ballard31227788
28Carlisle County30227801
29Lewis County34225956
30Beechwood29220733
31Marion County33218930
32Western Hills28216763
33East Carter31215789
34Simon Kenton27214777
35Fern Creek31212778
36Whitley County34212918
37Hazard29211778
38West Carter28206742
39Harrison County34206915
40Bishop Brossart27205686
41Pulaski County27202733
42Grayson County36202878
43Corbin30200856
44DuPont Manual31200786
45Owensboro Catholic361981006
46Boyle County30197784
47Male25196741
48Butler County34196921
49Lawrence County30196803
50Warren East33196887
Top 50 Team Stolen Bases Leaders
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
RankSchoolGamesSBSBA
1Holy Cross (Covington)21252256
2Caverna26230241
3West Carter28200213
4Paris31172187
5East Carter31157162
6Calvary Christian28148152
7Oldham County37146170
8Bethlehem29145155
9Fort Knox24145146
10Hazard29138145
11Christian County34136148
12Buckhorn26130134
13Simon Kenton27130132
14Mayfield24129137
15Knox Central29128130
16Shelby Valley36121135
17Marshall County34120132
18Whitefield Academy21117123
19Perry County Central31117121
20Jackson County29117121
21Trimble County30115118
22Dayton18115121
23Model20114114
24McCracken County31113119
25Morgan County28109114
26Lafayette31109126
27Hopkins County Central22108120
28Pike County Central37108121
29Pineville24105109
30Central Hardin35104106
31Nelson County26104116
32Frederick Douglass33102110
33Hickman County31102106
34Rowan County34101103
35Mason County30100104
36Ludlow2099105
37Ballard3199111
38Lawrence County3096107
39Corbin3094108
40Elliott County3594107
41Bracken County2793100
42Owsley County219296
43Bath County389098
44Frankfort2789104
45Bell County248689
46Bryan Station318491
47Todd County Central318492
48Trinity (Whitesville)298388
49Villa Madonna248286
50Henderson County318182
Top 50 Team Earned Run Average Leaders
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
RankSchoolGamesERAIPERR
1East Ridge240.12112.02260
2Ballard310.85222.02737
3Lexington Catholic280.89174.02256
4Greenwood351.11214.23461
5Lewis County341.12213.03469
6Perry County Central311.19189.03259
7Mayfield241.19146.22564
8Jackson County291.53174.03895
9Daviess County321.63210.24965
10South Warren331.68204.14968
11Lafayette311.69186.24562
12Bethlehem291.76170.24360
13Henderson County311.85189.05060
14Scott County291.91190.15296
15Shelby Valley361.92222.261161
16Hancock County311.93196.15478
17Estill County301.97178.05067
18Dixie Heights231.98134.23880
19Anderson County262.07152.14557
20Harrison County342.08212.16395
21Oldham County372.20210.166102
22McCracken County312.21171.05466
23Bracken County272.22160.251101
24Pike County Central372.25236.076100
25Central Hardin352.31215.071106
26Pulaski County272.32166.05588
27Grant County282.32187.06295
28Warren East332.36201.26883
29DuPont Manual312.37177.06078
30Carlisle County302.39243.083120
31Notre Dame222.46125.04481
32Lee County212.47210.074143
33Madisonville-North Hopkins292.49169.06084
34East Carter312.49188.067113
35Breathitt County362.50229.282132
36Madison Central242.60159.05991
37West Jessamine192.64180.168114
38Belfry252.64143.05497
39Southwestern262.64143.05485
40Pineville242.67152.058107
41Paducah Tilghman322.69189.273155
42Western Hills282.70168.26599
43Lawrence County302.70186.272109
44Whitley County342.73366.1143273
45George Rogers Clark222.73135.253111
46Graves County232.75140.05598
47Bath County382.77217.286157
48Conner232.83150.261125
49Franklin-Simpson352.84249.1101170
50Marion County332.85203.283134
Top 50 Team Stikeouts Leaders
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
RankSchoolGamesKIPK's/7
1Lewis County34399213.013.11
2Pike County Central37355236.010.53
3Ballard31340222.010.72
4Grant County28336187.012.58
5Shelby Valley36316222.29.93
6Greenwood35316214.210.30
7Pineville24310152.014.28
8Hancock County31308196.110.98
9Daviess County32297210.29.87
10Thomas Nelson29288164.112.27
11Lafayette31283186.210.61
12Bryan Station31282197.010.02
13Bracken County27281160.212.24
14Owensboro Catholic36279236.28.25
15Warren East33272201.29.44
16Clay County33262207.08.86
17Lexington Catholic28260174.010.46
18Lynn Camp34255203.18.78
19Montgomery County32251185.19.48
20Boyle County30250176.19.92
21Fern Creek31250173.210.08
22Breathitt County36248229.27.56
23Henderson County31245189.09.07
24DuPont Manual31245177.09.69
25Jackson County29242174.09.74
26Estill County30241178.09.48
27Anderson County26240152.111.03
28Harrison County34239212.17.88
29Scott County29237190.18.72
30Eastern35233203.18.02
31Graves County23232140.011.60
32Corbin30231185.28.71
33Oldham County37229210.17.62
34Russell29221181.08.55
35Collins32220193.17.97
36Calloway County29214183.08.19
37Christian Academy-Louisville32214178.08.42
38Bath County38211217.26.79
39LaRue County33210167.18.78
40Pendleton County23210146.010.07
41Western Hills28202168.28.38
42Paintsville27202155.09.12
43Bethlehem29199170.28.16
44Madisonville-North Hopkins29199169.08.24
45Fairview28198153.09.06
46Lee County21197210.06.57
47Marion County33195203.26.70
48Conner23195150.29.06
49East Carter31194188.07.22
50Mercy29192177.17.58
Teams Participating in this Report
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
(no more than 2 missing stat reports)
Allen County-Scottsville Anderson County Apollo
Ashland Blazer Ballard Ballard Memorial
Barbourville Bardstown Barren County
Bath County Beechwood Belfry
Bell County Bethlehem Bishop Brossart
Boone County Bourbon County Bowling Green
Boyd County Boyle County Bracken County
Breathitt County Breckinridge County Bryan Station
Buckhorn Bullitt Central Bullitt East
Butler Butler County Caldwell County
Calloway County Calvary Christian Campbell County
Campbellsville Carlisle County Carroll County
Casey County Caverna Central Hardin
Christian Academy-Louisville Christian County Christian Fellowship
Clay County Clinton County Collins
Conner Cooper Corbin
Cordia Crittenden County Cumberland County
Danville Daviess County Dawson Springs
Dayton Dixie Heights DuPont Manual
East Carter East Jessamine East Ridge
Eastern Edmonson County Elliott County
Estill County Fairdale Fairview
Fern Creek Fleming County Fort Campbell
Fort Knox Frankfort Franklin County
Franklin-Simpson Frederick Douglass Fulton County
Garrard County George Rogers Clark Glasgow
Grant County Graves County Grayson County
Great Crossing Greenup County Greenwood
Hancock County Harlan Harlan County
Harrison County Hart County Hazard
Henderson County Henry Clay Hickman County
Highlands Holmes Holy Cross (Covington)
Hopkins County Central Hopkinsville Jackson City
Jackson County Jenkins Johnson Central
Knott County Central Knox Central Lafayette
LaRue County Lawrence County Lee County
Leslie County Letcher County Central Lewis County
Lexington Catholic Lexington Christian Livingston Central
Lloyd Memorial Logan County Ludlow
Lynn Camp Lyon County Madison Central
Madison Southern Madisonville-North Hopkins Magoffin County
Male Marion County Marshall County
Martin County Mason County Mayfield
McCracken County McCreary Central McLean County
Meade County Menifee County Mercer County
Mercy Metcalfe County Middlesboro
Model Monroe County Montgomery County
Morgan County Muhlenberg County Murray
Nelson County Newport Central Catholic Nicholas County
North Bullitt North Hardin North Laurel
North Oldham Notre Dame Ohio County
Oldham County Owen County Owensboro
Owensboro Catholic Owsley County Paducah Tilghman
Paintsville Paris Paul Laurence Dunbar
Pendleton County Perry County Central Phelps
Pike County Central Pineville Portland Christian
Powell County Presentation Prestonsburg
Pulaski County Raceland Rockcastle County
Rowan County Russell Russell County
Russellville Ryle Sacred Heart
Scott Scott County Shelby County
Shelby Valley Simon Kenton Somerset
Somerset Christian School South Laurel South Oldham
South Warren Southwestern Spencer County
St. Henry St. Patrick Tates Creek
Taylor County Thomas Nelson Todd County Central
Trigg County Trimble County Trinity (Whitesville)
Union County Villa Madonna Walton-Verona
Warren Central Warren East Washington County
Wayne County Webster County West Carter
West Jessamine Western Hills Whitefield Academy
Whitley County Wolfe County
Teams not having Filed Required Stat Reports
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
(no more than 2 missing stat reports)
Adair County
Assumption
Atherton
Augusta
Bellevue
Berea
Beth Haven
Betsy Layne
Brown
Burgin
Central
Community Christian (Paducah)
Covington Latin
Doss
Elizabethtown
Eminence
Floyd Central
Fulton City
Gallatin County
Green County
Henry County
Heritage Christian
Highlands Latin
Holy Cross (Louisville)
Iroquois
Jeffersontown
John Hardin
Kentucky Country Day
Lincoln County
Moore
Newport
North Hardin Classical
Oneida Baptist Institute
Pikeville
Pleasure Ridge Park
Red Bird
Riverside Christian
Robertson County
Seneca
Shawnee
Southern
St. Mary
University Heights
Valley
Waggener
Western
Williamsburg
Williamstown
Woodford County
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2022 Baseball Stat Leaders

Compiled: May 23, 2022 3:01 AM
(only teams having no more than 2 missing stat reports at compilation time are included)
Batting Average
(hitting a minimum of 16 games)
(at least 2 At Bats per Team Game)
RankPlayerSchoolGPAVGABH2B3BHR
1Carlson, MaddoxCrittenden County26.6117244955
2Minyard, GavynEdmonson County29.6108250934
3McDaniels, CalebElliott County32.59887521323
4Bowen, SydneyWilliamsburg24.57468391319
5Forbes, PatrickBowling Green32.568955411114
6Robinson, LandonEast Ridge28.55474411422
7Testerman, GageConner35.549102562207
8Malone, BladinEminence22.5316434952
9Petrey, CadenWhitley County36.5251206314611
10Tucker, CadenPortland Christian18.5234423830
11Williams, BrodyLyon County32.521965015112
12Redden, BricePendleton County16.5205026910
13Perez, KoltynCarlisle County27.5137840844
14Elkins, DavidPerry County Central30.5128443836
15Bowman, HarrisonApollo29.5109850935
16Ramage, EthanLivingston Central25.5086131410
17Prechtel, AshtonFern Creek29.50689451102
18Little, Jonah Letcher County Central33.50510553913
19Evans, LukeOwensboro Catholic32.5059749963
20Penick, DaltonTrimble County23.5006432722
21Combs, CameronCorbin33.50096481227
22Fiveash, DaltonFranklin-Simpson29.50080401147
23Smith, BraxtonAdair County31.50094472206
24Morse, BradyDanville35.500112561226
25Klein, MatthewTrinity (Louisville)35.49595471132
26Estep, BriceBeechwood30.49487431425
27Davenport, DaltonNicholas County30.49373361003
28Johns, MattMadison Central31.4937537822
29Myers, KasonBoyle County32.49110853946
30Jones, HaydenTaylor County34.4911105413110
31Dickerson, KorbynTrinity (Louisville)37.490100499411
32Phillips, TonyJeffersontown16.4894723330
33Harp, SamWhitley County36.488125611824
34Smiley, LoganCaldwell County22.4867034830
35Buckner, NathanielElliott County32.4859747550
36Dossett, KellenGallatin County21.4836029400
37Riddle, LoganGallatin County20.4825627800
38Denzik, AidanWhitefield Academy19.4815225921
39Smith, JosephFort Knox24.4786933220
40Wilcoxson, James ThomasTrimble County23.4786732610
41Dowdy, Gabe Hickman County26.4778641310
42Foster, LandonOwsley County19.4764220800
43Bennett, JackMcCracken County36.4759947857
44Biggs, JakeBoyd County31.47497461111
45Bryant, CarsonBullitt East34.47311253822
46Pennington, ChaseRose Hill Christian21.4735526421
47Clark, BradenFleming County33.47170331314
48Griggs , Gage Paducah Tilghman33.47010047621
49Hampton, ElijahOwensboro29.46894441116
50Baxter, BradyDanville35.4681095112010
Home Runs
RankPlayerSchoolGPHRAB
1Boyd, CameronBeechwood301597
2Forbes, PatrickBowling Green321495
3Williams, BrodyLyon County321296
4Faulkner, GavinFrederick Douglass321298
5Lawson, NathanRussell County311295
6Ratliff, BaronPaintsville3512101
7Stephens, LoganCasey County3511109
8Feeback, MalachiHarrison County331178
9Petrey, CadenWhitley County3611120
10Dickerson, KorbynTrinity (Louisville)3711100
11Bennett, JacobSt. Xavier3611103
12Baxter, BradyDanville3510109
13Jones, HaydenTaylor County3410110
14Shoulders, JacksonLyon County32992
15Bowen, SydneyWilliamsburg24968
16Osbourne, DrueOldham County27976
17Underhill, ElijahChristian County33999
18Overstreet, KeatonBallard Memorial23963
19Gaffney, LukeBoyle County329101
20Elam, KadeCorbin359110
21Binkley, ConnorLogan County32891
22Smothers, LoganDanville357115
23Fiveash, DaltonFranklin-Simpson29780
24Kendrick, ScottPaul Laurence Dunbar31794
25Bennett, JackMcCracken County36799
26Testerman, GageConner357102
27Taylor, ZachPaintsville33798
28Ecken, AidanTrinity (Louisville)36786
29Bentley, JacobFloyd Central28782
30Combs, CameronCorbin33796
31Moore, EvanBishop Brossart34796
32Vaughn, CoreyHarrison County29789
33Dawson, SageBoyle County317100
34Morse, BradyDanville356112
35Elkins, DavidPerry County Central30684
36Purdom, CalebMercer County22656
37Catlett, MarQeisParis26658
38Johnson, RyanNicholas County27671
39Whisman, KemperShelby County336104
40Barger, OwenNorth Bullitt34697
41Crawford, BrandinClay County29695
42Dillingham, LandonRockcastle County27676
43Mills, IsaacKnox Central26680
44Myers, KasonBoyle County326108
45Smith, BraxtonAdair County31694
46McAlarnis, MasonPerry County Central30689
47Yates, DavinLogan County326102
48Estes, BryceElizabethtown366118
49Combs, ColinBishop Brossart346103
50Coomer, BraytonAdair County336108
Hits
RankPlayerSchoolGPHAB
1Petrey, CadenWhitley County3663120
2Harp, SamWhitley County3661125
3Morse, BradyDanville3556112
4Testerman, GageConner3556102
5Sizemore, EliNorth Laurel3455118
6Forbes, PatrickBowling Green325495
7Jones, HaydenTaylor County3454110
8Bryant, CarsonBullitt East3453112
9Poland, JacksonGlasgow3153115
10Myers, KasonBoyle County3253108
11Little, Jonah Letcher County Central3353105
12Vaughn, HunterTaylor County3553114
13McDaniels, CalebElliott County325287
14Baxter, BradyDanville3551109
15Elam, KadeCorbin3551110
16Bowman, HarrisonApollo295098
17Langdon, DallasBullitt East3650117
18Williams, BrodyLyon County325096
19Minyard, GavynEdmonson County295082
20Evans, LukeOwensboro Catholic324997
21Dickerson, KorbynTrinity (Louisville)3749100
22Lyons, LaykenTaylor County3549119
23Smith, CooperSt. Xavier3549114
24Renfrow, DeckerDaviess County3048107
25Banks, JonathanBelfry3348111
26Combs, CameronCorbin334896
27Hayes, LukeTaylor County3548117
28Estes, BryceElizabethtown3648118
29Mains, HaydenRowan County3547101
30Buckner, NathanielElliott County324797
31Bennett, JackMcCracken County364799
32Klein, MatthewTrinity (Louisville)354795
33Gaffney, LukeBoyle County3247101
34Hainer, GreysonElizabethtown3647108
35Smith, BraxtonAdair County314794
36Elmore, Ethan Eastern3547101
37Griggs , Gage Paducah Tilghman3347100
38Biggs, JakeBoyd County314697
39Smith, JayceBath County3746104
40Ratliff, BaronPaintsville3546101
41Proctor, CohlBreckinridge County3346106
42Nowak, MarkCooper3146110
43Preston, LukeBoyd County314597
44Hockensmith, BradyFranklin County3245104
45Patrick, SawyerHazard3345108
46Scott, HunterGlasgow3145103
47Sheffer, CannonUnion County3245113
48Lohr, AydenConner3545120
49Prechtel, AshtonFern Creek294589
50Furnish, ChanceRowan County3545107
Doubles
RankPlayerSchoolGP2BAB
1Testerman, GageConner3522102
2Smith, BraxtonAdair County312294
3Smith, JayceBath County3720104
4Harp, SamWhitley County3618125
5Farmer, TannerTodd County Central3315114
6Williams, BrodyLyon County321596
7Troutman, CasonDaviess County301595
8Yurt, AlexanderDeSales341590
9Proctor, CohlBreckinridge County3315106
10Vaughn, HunterTaylor County3515114
11Elmore, Ethan Eastern3515101
12Elam, KadeCorbin3515110
13Brandenburg, KellenCentral Hardin311594
14Pigman, HunterPerry County Central3014105
15Estep, BriceBeechwood301487
16Browning, CanaanJackson County261479
17Petrey, CadenWhitley County3614120
18Daniel, AndrewMale301486
19Brown, NoahBelfry3314106
20Robinson, LandonEast Ridge281474
21Mcalpin, KamdenGeorge Rogers Clark311485
22Mouton, CalebPike County Central261476
23Cook, RileyBullitt Central261380
24Creek, TrentonBullitt East3413100
25Bowen, SydneyWilliamsburg241368
26Preston, LukeBoyd County311397
27McDaniels, CalebElliott County321387
28Vincent, AustinAnderson County3613126
29Clark, BradenFleming County331370
30Dugan, MarkDixie Heights321383
31Vanover, JacobBoyd County3113102
32Croley, MasonWhitley County3513103
33Gaffney, LukeBoyle County3213101
34Jones, HaydenTaylor County3413110
35Poore, ZacharyGlasgow281379
36Defreitas, DrakeGraves County301384
37Lind, JakeEastern3313110
38Coomer, BraytonAdair County3313108
39Porter, EliMason County2913108
40Snorton, JoshuaChristian County331292
41Baxter, BradyDanville3512109
42Morse, BradyDanville3512112
43Boyd, CameronBeechwood301297
44Ratliff, BaronPaintsville3512101
45Yuenger, BriggsConner3312101
46Coleman, LanceWalton-Verona301298
47Anderson, JaiMichaelAtherton241268
48Jackson, ThomasClay County291286
49Allen, KadenWestern Hills321293
50Jessie, CarsonAdair County3312112
Triples
RankPlayerSchoolGP3BAB
1Atwood, LukeSomerset Christian191151
2Smith, CooperSt. Xavier358114
3Mains, HaydenRowan County357101
4Evans, LukeOwensboro Catholic32697
5Brandon, JacobTodd County Central33689
6Johnson, MaxHazard336103
7Brubaker, Bruce BrockDaviess County29695
8Petrey, CadenWhitley County366120
9Waddle, BraedenEstill County30695
10Swanner, JonahHarlan County25677
11Thurby, JaceWebster County346100
12Miller, SebastianFort Knox24666
13Carlson, MaddoxCrittenden County26572
14Buckner, NathanielElliott County32597
15Saatman, RaymondSayre27585
16Bryant, TyFrederick Douglass29598
17Bennett, JackMcCracken County36599
18Combs, AndrewBreathitt County24577
19Malone, BladinEminence22564
20Brockman, BrysonGreenwood29582
21Allen, NickWalton-Verona30597
22Lang, NateMcCracken County36599
23Bennett, JacobSt. Xavier365103
24Hall, BlakeEast Carter26567
25Neuner, TrumanHighlands Latin25576
26Scilley, LandonMason County29592
27McCoy, JacobBuckhorn28588
28Fleming, CadeSt. Mary22483
29Mundy, BradenOwensboro Catholic32497
30Fiveash, DaltonFranklin-Simpson29480
31McKee, LarkinFleming County334111
32Catlett, MarQeisParis26458
33Catacora, MaveriqDayton20470
34Burke, PaytonPrestonsburg26480
35Brown, DaytonApollo334102
36McClanahan, WalkerHickman County25470
37Willis, BradyTrinity (Louisville)374110
38Blake, WyattLogan County30495
39Mills, IsaacKnox Central26480
40Myers, KasonBoyle County324108
41Dickerson, KorbynTrinity (Louisville)374100
42Hudson, ZachMadison Southern28480
43Gibson, WilliamNorth Bullitt34492
44Barnett, ShadrachSomerset Christian23460
45Burdine, DylanEast Ridge28483
46Burkhardt, CooperPleasure Ridge Park29481
47Hite, BenMayfield28491
48Perez, KoltynCarlisle County27478
49Mullins, CobyGraves County28480
50Bowman, HarrisonApollo29398
Base on Balls
RankPlayerSchoolGPBBAB
1Rager, PrestonTodd County Central324577
2Clark, BradenFleming County334270
3Stanfield, KJDanville353596
4Gartner, ChaseCooper293468
5Brandon, JacobTodd County Central333389
6Varney, JakeBelfry333398
7Meadows, DruHenderson County313281
8Forbes, PatrickBowling Green323295
9Deskins, Ashton Belfry313279
10Bennett, JackMcCracken County363199
11Young, IsaacGreen County293173
12Davenport, DaltonNicholas County303073
13Myers, BennettFranklin County313090
14Hembree, BraydenKnox Central263061
15Phan, PrestonChristian County313076
16McAlarnis, MasonPerry County Central303089
17Swanner, JonahHarlan County253077
18Elkins, DavidPerry County Central302984
19Cunniff, CanaanLetcher County Central332989
20Oakley, EvanMarshall County332987
21Yurt, AlexanderDeSales342990
22Ratliff, BaronPaintsville3529101
23Howard, BenSouthwestern332976
24Vaughn, HunterTaylor County3529114
25Jude, DevinBelfry332983
26Cullen, BrockUnion County312980
27Hampton, JaseTodd County Central292870
28Gehefer, AlexAnderson County352884
29Durbin, LandonSt. Mary212852
30Peppers, NeShawnAshland Blazer292883
31Bennett, JacobSt. Xavier3628103
32Hutchins, BradyMarion County3228104
33Judd, NickApollo332792
34Chaudoin, PrestonHopkinsville272778
35Porter, JonahPaintsville302787
36Collins, Gunner Paintsville3527105
37Harris, ElijahHarrison County332786
38Helle, PrestonLetcher County Central332789
39McCauley, Keaton Marion County3227106
40Kearns, AubreyWest Jessamine322791
41Ward, ColeJohnson Central322781
42Snorton, JoshuaChristian County332692
43Presta, LukeElizabethtown362684
44Keith, JaydenWayne County302688
45Davis, CadenLaRue County342699
46Cook, HunterShelby County322696
47Binkley, ConnorLogan County322691
48Holladay, BrettBeechwood302688
49Spalding, KeatonMarion County322688
50Ginter, BlakeBowling Green322694
Slugging Percentage
(hitting a minimum of 16 games)
(at least 2 Hits)
RankPlayerSchoolGPSLG
%
HAB2B3BHRTB
1Bowen, SydneyWilliamsburg241.1913968131981
2Forbes, PatrickBowling Green321.147549511114109
3Carlson, MaddoxCrittenden County261.083447295578
4Williams, BrodyLyon County321.073509615112103
5Boyd, CameronBeechwood301.072439712215104
6Petrey, CadenWhitley County361.0176312014611122
7Fiveash, DaltonFranklin-Simpson291.0004080114780
8Dickerson, KorbynTrinity (Louisville)370.99049100941199
9Testerman, GageConner350.97156102220799
10Ratliff, BaronPaintsville350.970461011221298
11Catlett, MarQeisParis260.966255854656
12Lawson, NathanRussell County310.95844951101291
13Minyard, GavynEdmonson County290.939508293477
14Smith, BraxtonAdair County310.9264794220687
15Feeback, MalachiHarrison County330.9233378601172
16Malone, BladinEminence220.922346495259
17Atwood, LukeSomerset Christian190.9022151311046
18Jones, HaydenTaylor County340.900541101311099
19Elam, KadeCorbin350.90051110153999
20McDaniels, CalebElliott County320.8975287132378
21Elkins, DavidPerry County Central300.893438483675
22Mills, IsaacKnox Central260.888368094671
23Combs, CameronCorbin330.8854896122785
24Gaffney, LukeBoyle County320.88147101131989
25Robinson, LandonEast Ridge280.8784174142265
26Estep, BriceBeechwood300.8744387142576
27Bennett, JacobSt. Xavier360.87444103351190
28Perez, KoltynCarlisle County270.872407884468
29Bennett, JackMcCracken County360.869479985786
30Overstreet, KeatonBallard Memorial230.857236340954
31Clark, BradenFleming County330.8573370131460
32Baxter, BradyDanville350.853511091201093
33Tucker, CadenPortland Christian180.841234483037
34Warfield, CamrynTrinity (Louisville)200.8186111109
35Bowman, HarrisonApollo290.816509893580
36Myers, KasonBoyle County320.8155310894688
37Evans, LukeOwensboro Catholic320.814499796379
38Morse, BradyDanville350.80456112122690
39Mains, HaydenRowan County350.80247101117381
40Fields, EthanPerry County Central180.800351004
41Hampton, ElijahOwensboro290.7984494111675
42Underhill, ElijahChristian County330.7983799112979
43Hamilton, AydanCampbell County200.796244960339
44Faulkner, GavinFrederick Douglass320.7963198911278
45Kysar, CaseyWilliamsburg160.795153951331
46Preston, LukeBoyd County310.7944597132577
47Shoulders, JacksonLyon County320.793389280973
48Stephens, LoganCasey County350.78944109711186
49Denzik, AidanWhitefield Academy190.788255292141
50Ecken, AidanTrinity (Louisville)360.7793086103767
RBI
RankPlayerSchoolGPRBIAB
1Dickerson, KorbynTrinity (Louisville)3756100
2Ratliff, BaronPaintsville3555101
3Forbes, PatrickBowling Green325595
4Bennett, JacobSt. Xavier3653103
5Estep, BriceBeechwood305287
6Coomer, BraytonAdair County3349108
7Baxter, BradyDanville3548109
8Jones, HaydenTaylor County3448110
9Moore, EvanBishop Brossart344796
10Carlson, MaddoxCrittenden County264772
11Poynter, BradleyMadison Central314694
12Estes, BryceElizabethtown3646118
13Stephens, LoganCasey County3546109
14Nottmeier, TurnerBowling Green3245103
15Williams, BrodyLyon County324596
16Gaffney, LukeBoyle County3245101
17Petrey, CadenWhitley County3645120
18Morse, BradyDanville3545112
19Bowen, SydneyWilliamsburg244568
20Testerman, GageConner3545102
21Elam, KadeCorbin3545110
22Hainer, GreysonElizabethtown3645108
23Gibson, WilliamNorth Bullitt344492
24Furnish, ChanceRowan County3544107
25Faulkner, GavinFrederick Douglass324398
26Robinson, LandonEast Ridge284374
27Banks, StevenBelfry3343118
28Crawford, BrandinClay County294395
29Mills, IsaacKnox Central264380
30Combs, CameronCorbin334396
31Farmer, TannerTodd County Central3343114
32Lawson, NathanRussell County314295
33Fields, AidenLetcher County Central3342109
34Binkley, ConnorLogan County324291
35Feeback, MalachiHarrison County334178
36Wilson, LoganDixie Heights3241101
37Little, Jonah Letcher County Central3341105
38Brandenburg, KellenCentral Hardin314194
39Vaughn, HunterTaylor County3540114
40LaGrone, ZionPaducah Tilghman334091
41Smith, JayceBath County3739104
42Huskisson, LaytonDaviess County303983
43Talley, AndrewEdmonson County283978
44Porter, JonahPaintsville303987
45Minyard, GavynEdmonson County293882
46Smith, BraxtonAdair County313894
47Snorton, JoshuaChristian County333892
48Combs, ColinBishop Brossart3438103
49Martin, AlexBoyd County313885
50Roof, Nathaniel Bowling Green3238101
Runs
RankPlayerSchoolGPRAB
1Forbes, PatrickBowling Green326395
2Underhill, ElijahChristian County335499
3Evans, LukeOwensboro Catholic325397
4Vaughn, HunterTaylor County3553114
5Dickerson, KorbynTrinity (Louisville)3752100
6Boyd, CameronBeechwood305197
7Harris, ElijahHarrison County335086
8Griggs , Gage Paducah Tilghman3350100
9Alderman, ChaseRowan County3549103
10Mains, HaydenRowan County3549101
11Myers, KasonBoyle County3249108
12Johnson, MaxHazard3348103
13Minyard, GavynEdmonson County294882
14Mullins, David Hazard3348114
15Testerman, GageConner3547102
16Elam, KadeCorbin3547110
17Kiebler, JohnPaducah Tilghman324699
18Barger, OwenNorth Bullitt344697
19Perez, KoltynCarlisle County274678
20Harp, SamWhitley County3645125
21Ratliff, BaronPaintsville3545101
22Hughes, ConnorRaceland284493
23Rager, PrestonTodd County Central324477
24Jessie, CarsonAdair County3344112
25Ruwe, JosephCalvary Christian324496
26Troutman, CasonDaviess County304395
27Poland, JacksonGlasgow3143115
28Ginter, BlakeBowling Green324394
29Little, Jonah Letcher County Central3343105
30Price, JordanElizabethtown3443109
31McCoy, JordanBuckhorn284375
32Stanfield, KJDanville354296
33Bryant, CarsonBullitt East3442112
34Vineyard, GregCampbell County284287
35Flynn, JayDixie Heights3242106
36Willis, BradyTrinity (Louisville)3742110
37Conner, MatthiasDeSales3542103
38Allen, NickWalton-Verona304297
39Pennington, AaronRowan County354291
40Bowman, HarrisonApollo294198
41Biggs, JakeBoyd County314197
42Bingham, GunnarLyon County3241104
43Pelfrey, HankHazard3341108
44Gregory, RyderElizabethtown3641113
45Vincent, AustinAnderson County3641126
46Delrosario, CameronPowell County294181
47Lyons, LaykenTaylor County3541119
48Smith, CooperSt. Xavier3541114
49Shoulders, JacksonLyon County324092
50Hockensmith, BradyFranklin County3240104
Stolen Bases
RankPlayerSchoolGPSBSBA
1Gist, Jae dynHarlan265759
2Browning, Evan Harlan284852
3Montanaro, Donovan Harlan294248
4Edens, JacksonWebster County324242
5Harris, ElijahHarrison County334145
6Griggs , Gage Paducah Tilghman334043
7Manning, JaxonFairview293939
8Davis, CadenLaRue County343943
9Catacora, MaveriqDayton203739
10Peak, AustynDuPont Manual303743
11Imel, BryceKnox Central263637
12Evans, LukeOwensboro Catholic323638
13Testerman, GageConner353638
14Underhill, ElijahChristian County333436
15Conner, MatthiasDeSales353436
16Ortiz, KenlinFort Knox233434
17Molands, JaydenWolfe County293233
18Scilley, LandonMason County293232
19Bailey, LoganCrittenden County263133
20Barger, OwenNorth Bullitt343134
21Curstinger, Jay TrellBardstown323136
22Garcia , Angel Fort Campbell303134
23Elmore, Ethan Eastern353136
24Embry, Luke Pleasure Ridge Park313133
25Irvin, DawsonHarlan293133
26Bryant, CarsonBullitt East343030
27Gregory, RyderElizabethtown363033
28McDaniels, CalebElliott County323030
29Calbert, Ja Markiss Bardstown323032
30Proctor, CohlBreckinridge County333032
31Butler, Savion St. Francis253035
32Steineker, JoshWaggener213033
33Wolf, AlexLee County202932
34Boone, AdamHolmes272929
35Egner, Ethan Fort Campbell292934
36Thomas, DanielBell County172929
37Stodghill, JackKentucky Country Day202829
38Scott, CharlesSomerset Christian232828
39Barnett, ShadrachSomerset Christian232829
40Slone , JerredHenry County252829
41Butler, StevaunSt. Francis252727
42Pennington, ChaseRose Hill Christian212727
43Patrick, MeierMontgomery County302728
44Kellen, TrevorHenderson County302730
45Wootton, TateLaRue County332733
46Niece, TyEstill County272730
47Lohr, AydenConner352729
48Nellums, ParkerNorth Bullitt342730
49Vaughn, HunterTaylor County352727
50Austin, MicahWebster County342727
Earned Run Average
(at least 1.0 Inning Pitched per Team Games)
RankPlayerSchoolGPERAIPERR
1Holloway, DavinRussellville14 0.0045.2086
2Hensley, IsaiahSomerset Christian11 0.0037.2055
3Zamarripa, EricRussellville10 0.0033.1098
4Chaudoin, PrestonHopkinsville7 0.1839.214
5Luttrell, CodyRussell County12 0.3854.2311
6McKnight, JKRussell10 0.4249.2311
7Mangold, BrodyConner11 0.5353.147
8Bargo, AustinKnox Central12 0.542626
9Shoulders, JacksonLyon County12 0.5848.1412
10Sherrard, ReedElizabethtown14 0.6564.2620
11Bennett, JackMcCracken County10 0.6851.159
12Cheesbro, LukeLewis County6 0.6930.136
13Dycus, ColeWoodford County11 0.7457612
14Lawson, NathanRussell County10 0.7854610
15Perdue, JackChristian Academy-Louisville13 0.7953612
16Seeger, IsaacBreckinridge County11 0.7953620
17Litteral, LucasMagoffin County10 0.8657721
18Oakley, EvanMarshall County11 0.9864918
19Tedesco, BenjaminSt. Xavier8 1.0141.2614
20Devine, CaydenMercer County8 1.0248712
21Castleberry, DavidTates Creek12 1.0354.1815
22Girard, JohnMadison Central10 1.0340.2616
23Sorrell, CorbinBath County11 1.0454815
24Richter, RexConner9 1.0546.2715
25Johns, MattMadison Central8 1.0732.255
26Hail, LucasMeade County13 1.1262.11023
27Spurrier, ZakeryCentral Hardin10 1.1548.2812
28Miller, GarrettHazard12 1.1941.1719
29Soliz, JordanGeorge Rogers Clark12 1.2544.2820
30Welte, WyattRowan County10 1.2650918
31Munsey, EverettOwensboro Catholic11 1.2633.1610
32Starke, TySt. Xavier9 1.2738.277
33Proctor, GreydenMartin County8 1.3027530
34Breadon, EthanSimon Kenton9 1.3142.2821
35Cottengim, Samuel Beechwood7 1.3132614
36Bowles, ParkerHenry County8 1.3331.2611
37Lohr, AydenConner8 1.3636711
38Hansel, LochlanGeorge Rogers Clark10 1.3636721
39Smothers, LoganDanville11 1.3636713
40Cones, LoganSimon Kenton7 1.3735.2715
41Campbell, KyleTrinity (Louisville)10 1.4139.289
42Shaffer, SilasRockcastle County12 1.47571217
43Vaughn, CoreyHarrison County10 1.4738810
44Morse, BradyDanville11 1.4856.21215
45Allen, Carson Fern Creek7 1.5042911
46Farris, AshtonOhio County12 1.52691532
47Underhill, ElijahChristian County11 1.5359.21321
48Lewis, AidenChristian County12 1.5345.21015
49Tomolonis, Andrew East Carter12 1.54501117
50Rogers, BrodyLexington Catholic9 1.5441915
Strikeouts
RankPlayerSchoolGPKIPK's/7
1Penick, DaltonTrimble County141416914.30
2Underhill, ElijahChristian County1112259.214.31
3Litteral, LucasMagoffin County101205714.74
4Buckner, NathanielElliott County1611265.112.00
5Luttrell, CodyRussell County1211054.214.09
6McKee, LarkinFleming County151066112.16
7Baxter, BradyDanville1310457.212.62
8Lawson, NathanRussell County101035413.35
9Baker, Beau Washington County131036012.02
10Oakley, EvanMarshall County111026411.16
11Shaffer, SilasRockcastle County121015712.40
12Diaz, GabrielHart County12956011.08
13Fiveash, DaltonFranklin-Simpson109353.212.13
14McCoy, JacobBuckhorn14935212.52
15Crawford, BrandinClay County11925112.63
16Morse, BradyDanville119156.211.24
17Wolf, AlexLee County15913916.33
18Seeger, IsaacBreckinridge County11905311.89
19Dycus, ColeWoodford County11905711.05
20McKnight, JKRussell108849.212.40
21Butler, StevaunSt. Francis148756.210.75
22Cooper, TristanHarlan County118756.110.81
23Brown, JacksonModel108744.213.63
24Napier, JacobCampbell County108651.111.73
25Hutchins, BradyMarion County11865810.38
26Curstinger, Jay TrellBardstown118544.113.42
27Moore, EvanBishop Brossart148559.29.97
28McIntyre, RussellDayton13844912.00
29Byrd, HarrisonSouth Laurel128453.111.02
30Proctor, CohlBreckinridge County13835410.76
31Saatman, RaymondSayre118256.210.13
32Farris, AshtonOhio County1281698.22
33Wireman, CarsonGreenup County118154.110.44
34Geddes, TrevorHighlands Latin108143.113.08
35Mackin, AndrewWashington County148154.110.44
36Bixler, ChristianPleasure Ridge Park118046.212.00
37Nickell, KylePowell County118060.19.28
38Irvin, DawsonHarlan118052.210.63
39Krift, HankBracken County1479609.22
40Cary, PaytonMuhlenberg County9794113.49
41Hager, BlakePike County Central117749.110.93
42White, CarterShelby County137760.18.93
43Sherrard, ReedElizabethtown147764.28.34
44Thompson, KellenHart County137653.19.98
45East, LevinPaducah Tilghman117657.29.23
46Farmer, CaydenJackson County107649.210.71
47Cook, NoahApollo147546.211.25
48Tomolonis, Andrew East Carter12745010.36
49Whitaker, NickBuckhorn15734611.11
50Chaudoin, PrestonHopkinsville77339.212.88
Wins
RankPlayerSchoolGPWLSVW-L
1Luttrell, CodyRussell County1210011.000
2Morse, BradyDanville119200.818
3Seeger, IsaacBreckinridge County119100.900
4McKee, LarkinFleming County158310.727
5Penick, DaltonTrimble County148200.800
6Petrey, CadenWhitley County158210.800
7Lawson, NathanRussell County108200.800
8Jones, HaydenTaylor County118200.800
9Hutchins, BradyMarion County118001.000
10Mangold, BrodyConner118021.000
11East, LevinPaducah Tilghman118200.800
12Dycus, ColeWoodford County118100.889
13Hon, LawsonBoyle County118100.889
14Scott, BrevinFranklin-Simpson138001.000
15Miller, GarrettHazard127200.778
16Butler, StevaunSt. Francis147410.636
17Farris, AshtonOhio County127200.778
18Whitlow, KellenGreen County127210.778
19Baxter, BradyDanville137320.700
20Carrier, BaileyOwen County117400.636
21Shoulders, JacksonLyon County127120.875
22Oakley, EvanMarshall County117200.778
23Castleberry, DavidTates Creek127200.778
24Saatman, RaymondSayre117110.875
25Prince, EliHickman County127400.636
26Zehr, GrantWhitley County157400.636
27Carroll, DonavinCollins107100.875
28Cerwinske, AshtonGlasgow127400.636
29Welte, WyattRowan County107200.778
30Bruer, JarrenCarlisle County117200.778
31Lewis, AidenChristian County127011.000
32Sorrell, CorbinBath County117300.700
33Tomolonis, Andrew East Carter127100.875
34Purnell, BenSt. Xavier87001.000
35Ingram, LandonMale87100.875
36Nickell, KylePowell County117400.636
37Campbell, KyleTrinity (Louisville)107001.000
38Farmer, CaydenJackson County107300.700
39Hall, DawsonBowling Green97200.778
40Alderman, ChaseRowan County126210.750
41Sosby, BransonNicholas County116210.750
42Trotta, CalebNorth Hardin116100.857
43Ward, HaydenOwensboro Catholic136100.857
44Whitaker, NickBuckhorn156400.600
45Brandon, JacobTodd County Central116001.000
46Hampton, JaseTodd County Central126100.857
47Dobbs, RenanWayne County106310.667
48Knieriem, ColeBullitt East116100.857
49Rice, EliOwen County126300.667
50Cunniff, CanaanLetcher County Central136400.600
Saves
RankPlayerSchoolGPSV
1Reed, RobertTrinity (Louisville)96
2Lewis, BraydenBullitt East135
3OShea, TorinBeechwood95
4Baker, JustinWoodford County94
5Simpson, JoshuaNelson County114
6Crum, KoltenFloyd Central164
7Jace, BrownThomas Nelson134
8Chamberlain, ChaseDuPont Manual114
9Cissell, CoreyLyon County113
10Willett, HaydenElizabethtown173
11Ring, BraysonNicholas County123
12Bridgeforth, TShaunBryan Station103
13Coburn, JaysonBerea43
14Williams, BradyCollins83
15Klink, BradyAnderson County43
16Angel, BryceLee County153
17Peters, HaydenWest Jessamine153
18Massey, GunnerPaducah Tilghman123
19Tucker, CadenPortland Christian93
20Pledger, CarsonPortland Christian43
21Ehling, CalebMcCracken County113
22Troutman, CasonDaviess County83
23Gehefer, AlexAnderson County73
24Adkins, Jonah Belfry123
25Burse, BraxtonFrederick Douglass123
26Browning, Evan Harlan123
27Kiebler, JohnPaducah Tilghman73
28Ramsey, BrettHenry County73
29Dilday, JacobHopkinsville123
30Price, TrayWarren East63
31Hudson, BradenMadison Southern133
32Rice, BrachDixie Heights123
33Boeckmann, EvanTrinity (Louisville)123
34Young, DrakeWarren East73
35Stockham, AddisonSayre122
36Deweese, JustinCarlisle County62
37Hunt, WillMarion County132
38Phan, PrestonChristian County102
39Bargo, AustinKnox Central122
40Dezarn, CaydenOwen County112
41Payton, RantzLafayette52
42Vincent, AustinAnderson County72
43Burdine, DylanEast Ridge102
44Lawrence, Owen Dixie Heights52
45Harris, LeightonFrederick Douglass72
46Kemp, Ethan Mayfield72
47Howard, MasonWalton-Verona92
48Minyard, GavynEdmonson County122
49Hummel, AndrewGeorge Rogers Clark82
50Scott, TateEast Carter82
Innings Pitched
RankPlayerSchoolGPIP
1Farris, AshtonOhio County1269
2Penick, DaltonTrimble County1469
3Petrey, CadenWhitley County1566.1
4Buckner, NathanielElliott County1665.1
5Sherrard, ReedElizabethtown1464.2
6Oakley, EvanMarshall County1164
7Hail, LucasMeade County1362.1
8McKee, LarkinFleming County1561
9Nickell, KylePowell County1160.1
10White, CarterShelby County1360.1
11Diaz, GabrielHart County1260
12Baker, Beau Washington County1360
13Krift, HankBracken County1460
14Underhill, ElijahChristian County1159.2
15Bowmer, LukasCasey County1059.2
16Moore, EvanBishop Brossart1459.2
17Buie, JamesonBarren County1259.1
18Hoskins, ColeBell County1359
19Courtney, ZachWilliamstown1358
20Hutchins, BradyMarion County1158
21Baxter, BradyDanville1357.2
22Gaiser, RyanLudlow1357.2
23East, LevinPaducah Tilghman1157.2
24Blaszkowski, EricFort Campbell1357.1
25Shaffer, SilasRockcastle County1257
26Dycus, ColeWoodford County1157
27Litteral, LucasMagoffin County1057
28Butler, StevaunSt. Francis1456.2
29Morse, BradyDanville1156.2
30LaRue, JamesonLaRue County1356.2
31Saatman, RaymondSayre1156.2
32Wesley, CollinCasey County1156.2
33Cooper, TristanHarlan County1156.1
34Elmore, DanielCollins1256.1
35Thompson, CameronBerea1255.1
36Mosely, DylanFloyd Central1755
37Goodaker, BenCaldwell County1055
38Luttrell, CodyRussell County1254.2
39Castleberry, DavidTates Creek1254.1
40Wireman, CarsonGreenup County1154.1
41Carroll, DonavinCollins1054.1
42Cerwinske, AshtonGlasgow1254.1
43Garrison, JosephScott County1054.1
44Mackin, AndrewWashington County1454.1
45Payne, CalebPaducah Tilghman1154
46Zehr, GrantWhitley County1554
47Lawson, NathanRussell County1054
48Proctor, CohlBreckinridge County1354
49Sorrell, CorbinBath County1154
50Fiveash, DaltonFranklin-Simpson1053.2
Top 50 Team Batting Average Leaders
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
RankSchoolGamesAVGABH
1Beechwood300.385775298
2Bowling Green320.370862319
3Taylor County350.368929342
4Madison Central310.364846308
5Harrison County330.364856312
6Breathitt County250.364660240
7Trinity (Louisville)370.359948340
8Owsley County190.358430154
9Edmonson County290.354714253
10Letcher County Central330.352863304
11Lyon County330.352837295
12Conner350.351943331
13Fern Creek300.349779272
14Carlisle County280.349739258
15Bullitt East360.349942329
16Hazard330.347914317
17Whitley County360.3461002347
18Dixie Heights320.345862297
19Ballard Memorial240.344596205
20Central Hardin320.344793273
21Rowan County350.342887303
22Corbin350.342898307
23Owensboro Catholic320.341841287
24Daviess County300.340887302
25Danville350.338931315
26Belfry330.337912307
27Paducah Tilghman330.337848286
28Nicholas County300.336745250
29Estill County300.335806270
30Hickman County260.334644215
31DuPont Manual310.334785262
32Walton-Verona300.333811270
33North Laurel340.331977323
34Campbell County300.330770254
35Adair County330.329925304
36Glasgow310.329879289
37Pleasure Ridge Park320.328768252
38Boyd County310.328848278
39Caldwell County230.327626205
40Shelby County330.327902295
41Perry County Central300.327804263
42Trimble County230.327584191
43Fort Knox240.327603197
44Eastern360.325922300
45Henry County250.325640208
46Great Crossing280.324744241
47McCracken County360.324995322
48Elliott County320.322748241
49Apollo330.322890287
50Todd County Central330.322835269
Top 50 Team Runs Leaders
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
RankSchoolGamesRABR/G
1Trinity (Louisville)373579489.65
2Bowling Green3233186210.34
3Belfry333249129.82
4Todd County Central333218359.73
5Corbin353128988.91
6Taylor County353109298.86
7Rowan County353098878.83
8Danville353019318.60
9Hazard333009149.09
10Whitley County3629510028.19
11Harrison County332898568.76
12Beechwood302857759.50
13Daviess County302788879.27
14Paducah Tilghman332718488.21
15Glasgow312718798.74
16Carlisle County282707399.64
17Bath County372699217.27
18Owensboro Catholic322698418.41
19Conner352679437.63
20Paintsville352679207.63
21Lyon County332628377.94
22Boyle County322628878.19
23Boyd County312608488.39
24Letcher County Central332608637.88
25Estill County302588068.60
26Logan County322558837.97
27Adair County332559257.73
28Pleasure Ridge Park322547687.94
29North Hardin362538617.03
30Buckhorn282536529.04
31Russell County312537988.16
32Dixie Heights322518627.84
33Bullitt East362509426.94
34Shelby County332509027.58
35Perry County Central302508048.33
36Eastern362489226.89
37Fleming County332478257.48
38Greenwood302467138.20
39St. Xavier372469966.65
40Christian County332468177.45
41Edmonson County292447148.41
42Apollo332448907.39
43Powell County292436918.38
44DeSales362428616.72
45North Bullitt342418867.09
46Raceland282417598.61
47Madison Central312408467.74
48Anderson County362399596.64
49Warren East342368846.94
50LaRue County342358396.91
Top 50 Team Hits Leaders
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
RankSchoolGamesHAB
1Whitley County363471002
2Taylor County35342929
3Trinity (Louisville)37340948
4Conner35331943
5Bullitt East36329942
6North Laurel34323977
7McCracken County36322995
8Bowling Green32319862
9Hazard33317914
10Danville35315931
11Harrison County33312856
12Madison Central31308846
13Corbin35307898
14Belfry33307912
15Adair County33304925
16Letcher County Central33304863
17Rowan County35303887
18Elizabethtown36302975
19Daviess County30302887
20Eastern36300922
21Beechwood30298775
22St. Xavier37297996
23Dixie Heights32297862
24Lyon County33295837
25Shelby County33295902
26Paintsville35293920
27Glasgow31289879
28Owensboro Catholic32287841
29Apollo33287890
30Boyle County32286887
31Paducah Tilghman33286848
32Bath County37279921
33Boyd County31278848
34Anderson County36277959
35Franklin County33275887
36Central Hardin32273793
37Logan County32272883
38Fern Creek30272779
39Estill County30270806
40North Bullitt34270886
41Walton-Verona30270811
42Marion County32270890
43Todd County Central33269835
44Ryle32268867
45Frederick Douglass33267896
46Warren East34265884
47Highlands35264920
48Garrard County32264834
49Perry County Central30263804
50DuPont Manual31262785
Top 50 Team Doubles Leaders
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
RankSchoolGames2BAB
1Conner3590943
2Whitley County36831002
3Trinity (Louisville)3782948
4Beechwood3079775
5Adair County3374925
6Eastern3673922
7Boyd County3172848
8Corbin3571898
9Glasgow3169879
10Lyon County3367837
11Dixie Heights3266862
12Daviess County3063887
13Harrison County3363856
14North Laurel3462977
15Clay County2961799
16Taylor County3560929
17Highlands3560920
18Apollo3360890
19Jackson County2660667
20Bullitt East3660942
21DeSales3659861
22Danville3559931
23Boyle County3259887
24Belfry3359912
25Franklin-Simpson3458868
26Rowan County3558887
27Warren East3458884
28Anderson County3658959
29Central Hardin3257793
30Christian County3356817
31Owensboro Catholic3256841
32Elizabethtown3656975
33Breckinridge County3356875
34Estill County3055806
35Marion County3255890
36McCracken County3655995
37East Carter2655722
38George Rogers Clark3155792
39Hazard3354914
40Walton-Verona3054811
41Perry County Central3054804
42Paintsville3554920
43Bath County3754921
44North Hardin3654861
45Logan County3253883
46Frederick Douglass3353896
47Greenup County3253839
48Ryle3253867
49Shelby County3352902
50Bishop Brossart3452862
Top 50 Team Triples Leaders
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
RankSchoolGames3BAB
1St. Xavier3723996
2McCracken County3622995
3Trinity (Louisville)3720948
4Todd County Central3319835
5Somerset Christian School2318457
6Corbin3516898
7Eastern3616922
8Rowan County3515887
9Owensboro Catholic3215841
10South Warren2915801
11Paducah Tilghman3314848
12Pleasure Ridge Park3214768
13Whitley County36141002
14Frederick Douglass3314896
15Greenwood3013713
16Mason County2913821
17Beechwood3013775
18Atherton2413573
19Woodford County3413867
20Boyd County3113848
21Estill County3012806
22Paintsville3512920
23Breathitt County2512660
24Buckhorn2812652
25Logan County3212883
26Apollo3311890
27Paris3011612
28Fort Knox2411603
29Lexington Catholic3111782
30East Ridge2811685
31Hazard3311914
32St. Mary2311637
33Wayne County3011780
34Elliott County3210748
35Prestonsburg2710700
36Shelby County3310902
37Highlands3510920
38Fleming County3310825
39East Carter2610722
40North Bullitt3410886
41Webster County3510854
42Daviess County309887
43Knox Central269652
44Kentucky Country Day229516
45DeSales369861
46Walton-Verona309811
47Highlands Latin259691
48Mayfield289717
49Fairdale269644
50Franklin-Simpson349868
Top 50 Team Home Runs Leaders
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
RankSchoolGamesHRAB
1Danville3545931
2Beechwood3035775
3Trinity (Louisville)3733948
4Boyle County3232887
5Paintsville3531920
6Harrison County3330856
7Lyon County3330837
8Corbin3526898
9Logan County3225883
10Whitley County36241002
11Adair County3323925
12Oldham County2721734
13Russell County3121798
14Bishop Brossart3420862
15Perry County Central3019804
16Elizabethtown3619975
17Mercer County3518882
18Nicholas County3018745
19Highlands3518920
20Frederick Douglass3317896
21Bowling Green3217862
22Belfry3317912
23Dixie Heights3217862
24St. Xavier3716996
25Conner3516943
26Rockcastle County2916748
27Walton-Verona3015811
28Taylor County3515929
29McCracken County3615995
30Daviess County3015887
31North Bullitt3415886
32Casey County3514931
33Williamsburg2514635
34Johnson Central3214818
35Campbell County3014770
36Pulaski County2914822
37Fleming County3314825
38Owen County2914737
39Christian County3313817
40Spencer County3013710
41Rowan County3513887
42Glasgow3113879
43Boyd County3113848
44Owensboro2912766
45Clay County2912799
46Male3012802
47Lafayette3012805
48Ballard Memorial2412596
49Shelby County3312902
50Russell2911748
Top 50 Team RBI Leaders
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
RankSchoolGamesRBIAB
1Trinity (Louisville)37299948
2Bowling Green32278862
3Beechwood30277775
4Corbin35272898
5Belfry33266912
6Rowan County35265887
7Danville35262931
8Taylor County35256929
9Whitley County362501002
10Daviess County30248887
11Harrison County33246856
12Hazard33242914
13Todd County Central33239835
14Conner35231943
15Boyle County32229887
16Paintsville35229920
17Glasgow31228879
18Perry County Central30227804
19Lyon County33222837
20Carlisle County28221739
21Bath County37219921
22Paducah Tilghman33217848
23Shelby County33217902
24Edmonson County29217714
25Owensboro Catholic32215841
26Logan County32214883
27Dixie Heights32212862
28Adair County33210925
29Eastern36208922
30Letcher County Central33207863
31Boyd County31207848
32Bullitt East36205942
33St. Xavier37205996
34Elizabethtown36204975
35Russell County31203798
36Frederick Douglass33202896
37McCracken County36202995
38Fleming County33201825
39Estill County30201806
40North Hardin36199861
41Fern Creek30197779
42Campbell County30197770
43Greenwood30196713
44Anderson County36195959
45Christian County33192817
46Bishop Brossart34192862
47Madison Central31191846
48Raceland28191759
49Walton-Verona30191811
50Apollo33190890
Top 50 Team Stolen Bases Leaders
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
RankSchoolGamesSBSBA
1Harlan29273297
2Lee County20179187
3Webster County35176186
4Henderson County31166199
5Wolfe County29162168
6Buckhorn28161164
7Dayton21155178
8Paducah Tilghman33154168
9Christian County33152171
10Leslie County28150157
11Eastern36149168
12LaRue County34144165
13Conner35142156
14Harrison County33141151
15George Rogers Clark31135141
16Fort Campbell32135155
17St. Francis25135145
18Kentucky Country Day22132139
19DeSales36131143
20Pleasure Ridge Park32131146
21Williamsburg25130138
22Knox Central26129140
23Fairview30128134
24Fort Knox24127140
25Western Hills33126140
26North Bullitt34125141
27Bullitt East36125141
28Todd County Central33125126
29Henry County25123133
30Owsley County19121125
31Bardstown33120131
32DuPont Manual31120129
33Rose Hill Christian21119130
34Waggener21118131
35Bath County37117132
36Villa Madonna31117123
37Fern Creek30114128
38Danville35113128
39Elliott County32112128
40Campbell County30109122
41Frederick Douglass33108119
42Bell County25108112
43East Carter26108118
44South Laurel34106121
45Bellevue30105108
46Madison Central31104118
47Holmes28104106
48Shelby County33103119
49Trimble County23103122
50Washington County31103114
Top 50 Team Earned Run Average Leaders
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
RankSchoolGamesERAIPERR
1Russellville240.00110.20303
2Somerset Christian School230.00116.20269
3George Rogers Clark311.58203.246115
4Russell County311.63197.04669
5McCracken County361.77249.26389
6John Hardin201.86120.132189
7Lyon County331.92197.05490
8Woodford County341.92229.163112
9Owensboro Catholic322.15202.06297
10Madison Central312.18192.16094
11Raceland282.22180.05797
12Fern Creek302.22189.06090
13Conner352.24227.273110
14Paducah Tilghman332.25202.06596
15Mercer County352.37230.078118
16St. Xavier372.43253.088123
17Washington County312.44201.070148
18Rowan County352.44209.073118
19Danville352.49225.180104
20Elizabethtown362.50240.286144
21Central Hardin322.54196.071114
22East Carter262.54176.16483
23Christian County332.55200.273123
24Hickman County262.58141.05298
25Marion County322.60212.279143
26Bath County372.61220.182124
27Lafayette302.61193.172122
28Taylor County352.64212.080119
29Meade County302.68193.174129
30Simon Kenton292.74202.079132
31Eastern362.75229.190134
32Belfry332.79206.082135
33Prestonsburg272.80177.271139
34Beechwood302.80170.06882
35Campbell County302.81194.078121
36Harrison County332.83205.183126
37Clay County292.84192.078135
38Ballard Memorial242.85140.057106
39Marshall County332.88226.193135
40Boyd County312.91192.180138
41Hopkinsville272.92172.272111
42Tates Creek312.92210.288144
43Estill County302.93174.173123
44Frederick Douglass332.94217.091124
45Todd County Central332.98192.182123
46Paintsville352.99217.293156
47Christian Academy-Louisville323.02213.092128
48Hazard333.03215.093161
49Whitley County363.03233.1101152
50Muhlenberg County303.03194.084139
Top 50 Team Stikeouts Leaders
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
RankSchoolGamesKIPK's/7
1Danville35373225.111.59
2Russell County31303197.010.77
3McCracken County36298249.28.36
4Washington County31291201.010.13
5Belfry33291206.09.89
6Hart County36289221.19.14
7Paintsville35287217.29.23
8Apollo33287214.09.39
9Marshall County33286226.18.85
10Franklin-Simpson34278219.08.89
11West Jessamine32276207.09.33
12Breckinridge County33273217.28.78
13Bath County37268220.18.51
14Calvary Christian32265199.09.32
15Marion County32264212.28.69
16Pulaski County29264200.19.22
17Shelby County33259215.18.42
18Elizabethtown36258240.27.50
19Rowan County35258209.08.64
20Christian Academy-Louisville32257213.08.45
21Central Hardin32255196.09.11
22Fleming County33254197.19.01
23Henry Clay31253203.28.70
24Elliott County32251178.09.87
25St. Xavier37251253.06.94
26Taylor County35248212.08.19
27Frederick Douglass33248217.08.00
28Nicholas County30246171.210.03
29Graves County30245192.08.93
30Rockcastle County29244186.09.18
31Whitley County36243233.17.29
32Todd County Central33242192.18.81
33Johnson Central32241201.08.39
34Woodford County34241229.17.36
35George Rogers Clark31238203.28.18
36South Laurel34237212.27.80
37Hazard33236215.07.68
38Paducah Tilghman33235202.08.14
39Muhlenberg County30234194.08.44
40Highlands35234224.27.29
41Greenup County32234203.08.07
42Conner35232227.27.13
43Lyon County33231197.08.21
44Trinity (Louisville)37230227.07.09
45Hopkinsville27228172.29.24
46DuPont Manual31227199.17.97
47Pike County Central28227168.19.44
48Ryle32227210.17.55
49Franklin County33226212.17.45
50Boyd County31226192.18.23
Teams Participating in this Report
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
(no more than 2 missing stat reports)
Adair County Anderson County Apollo
Ashland Blazer Atherton Augusta
Ballard Ballard Memorial Barbourville
Bardstown Barren County Bath County
Beechwood Belfry Bell County
Bellevue Berea Betsy Layne
Bishop Brossart Boone County Bourbon County
Bowling Green Boyd County Boyle County
Bracken County Breathitt County Breckinridge County
Bryan Station Buckhorn Bullitt Central
Bullitt East Butler Caldwell County
Calloway County Calvary Christian Campbell County
Carlisle County Carroll County Casey County
Caverna Central Hardin Christian Academy-Louisville
Christian County Clay County Clinton County
Collins Conner Cooper
Corbin Cordia Covington Catholic
Crittenden County Danville Daviess County
Dawson Springs Dayton DeSales
Dixie Heights DuPont Manual East Carter
East Jessamine East Ridge Eastern
Edmonson County Elizabethtown Elliott County
Eminence Estill County Fairdale
Fairview Fern Creek Fleming County
Floyd Central Fort Campbell Fort Knox
Frankfort Christian Franklin County Franklin-Simpson
Frederick Douglass Fulton City Fulton County
Gallatin County Garrard County George Rogers Clark
Glasgow Grant County Graves County
Great Crossing Green County Greenup County
Greenwood Hancock County Harlan
Harlan County Harrison County Hart County
Hazard Henderson County Henry Clay
Henry County Hickman County Highlands
Highlands Latin Holmes Holy Cross (Covington)
Hopkins County Central Hopkinsville Jackson City
Jackson County Jeffersontown John Hardin
Johnson Central Kentucky Country Day Knott County Central
Knox Central Lafayette LaRue County
Lee County Leslie County Letcher County Central
Lewis County Lexington Catholic Lexington Christian
Lincoln County Livingston Central Lloyd Memorial
Logan County Ludlow Lynn Camp
Lyon County Madison Central Madison Southern
Magoffin County Male Marion County
Marshall County Martin County Mason County
Mayfield McCracken County McLean County
Meade County Mercer County Model
Monroe County Montgomery County Muhlenberg County
Murray Nelson County Newport
Newport Central Catholic Nicholas County North Bullitt
North Hardin North Laurel Ohio County
Oldham County Owen County Owensboro
Owensboro Catholic Owsley County Paducah Tilghman
Paintsville Paris Paul Laurence Dunbar
Pendleton County Perry County Central Pike County Central
Pineville Pleasure Ridge Park Portland Christian
Powell County Prestonsburg Pulaski County
Raceland Rockcastle County Rose Hill Christian
Rowan County Russell Russell County
Russellville Ryle Sayre
Scott Scott County Shelby County
Simon Kenton Somerset Somerset Christian School
South Laurel South Oldham South Warren
Southern Southwestern Spencer County
St. Francis St. Mary St. Xavier
Tates Creek Taylor County Thomas Nelson
Todd County Central Trigg County Trimble County
Trinity (Louisville) Trinity (Whitesville) Union County
Villa Madonna Waggener Walton-Verona
Warren East Washington County Wayne County
Webster County West Jessamine Western Hills
Whitefield Academy Whitley County Williamsburg
Williamstown Wolfe County Woodford County
Teams not having Filed Required Stat Reports
(playing a minimum of 16 games)
(no more than 2 missing stat reports)
Allen County-Scottsville
Bethlehem
Brown
Burgin
Butler County
Campbellsville
Central
Christian Fellowship
Community Christian (Paducah)
Covington Latin
Cumberland County
Doss
Frankfort
Grayson County
Heritage Christian
Holy Cross (Louisville)
Iroquois
Jenkins
Lawrence County
Madisonville-North Hopkins
McCreary Central
Menifee County
Metcalfe County
Middlesboro
Moore
Morgan County
North Hardin Classical
North Oldham
Phelps
Pikeville
Red Bird
Robertson County
Seneca
Shawnee
Shelby Valley
St. Henry
University Heights
Valley
Warren Central
West Carter
Western
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03/28/22 - 2021-2022 Title IX Annual Report and Participation List Submission

Schools are now able to access all of the required online forms to submit their 2021-2022 Title IX Annual Reports. The information in this post presents a summary for each school as you work to complete the required Annual Participation Report as well as the Title IX Report for 2021-2022.

  • The deadline for submission is May 2, 2022.
  • The online system is currently available for entry and is the only acceptable means of submitting the report.
  • If you have specific questions about Title IX and the law itself, our office should be able to help get you some assistance. Asst. Commissioner Darren Bilberry (dbilberry@khsaa.org) is our primary contact for your questions related to the law and its interpretations, and the Commissioner and General Counsel are available should you have other inquiries of that type.
  • As for the reports, Information Technology Director Rob Catron (rcatron@khsaa.org) can assist you with electronic issues, including login and report preparation using the online system.

Revisions and Procedures Only for 2021-2022

Obviously, Covid-19 has altered the way each of us operates. However, we have developed alternatives to the traditional reports that should help as we move forward.

  • All three roster levels of your school’s sport/sport activities should be included. Please keep the notes below under the Roster and Team Requirements section in mind as you begin to work on your report(s).
  • Keep in mind per the Title IX law, part of the purpose of this report is to determine how many athletes were provided the service of coaching and other benefits, and actual game participation (or not participation) does NOT eliminate an athlete or coach from being counted.
  • Coaches must be specific as to their original intentions for who was to be on what level team, regardless of actual game play or the number of games.
  • Our field audit staff is NOT available at this time as we have temporarily suspended the work of all part-time employees for the current pandemic period. You will be advised when those individuals are back in the office and available in case you have follow-up questions following the submission of your reports.

T61 and T63 Survey Notes:

  • Schools are required to submit the student survey with the Title IX report for the 2021-2022 school year.
  • A 60% response rate is required on the survey, which is a change from prior years.
  • Schools that are not in person can utilize virtual/online teaching resources to have students complete the survey in the same manner as you have managed distance learning.  
  • Information Technology Director Rob Catron (rcatron@khsaa.org) can assist you if you wish to request a link to administer the survey. 
  • A T63 form is required for all schools for 2021-2022.

Gender Equity Review Committee (GERC) Notes:

  • GERC missing meetings may be held prior to the May 2 deadline in order to meet the requirement.
  • GERC failure to meet must be noted in the Improvement Plan (Form T60).
  • GERC meetings can be conducted virtually.

Final Reports:

  • Title IX Reports including summary forms will be provided and published, as well as an acknowledgment from Mr. Bilberry, however, will be Covid-19 noted and no determination made as to compliance with Test 3.

Roster and Team Requirements and Notes

  1. All teams that compete interscholastically (against other schools) at any level (freshmen, JV, or varsity) in the twenty sports and sport-activities in which the KHSAA offers a championship shall be included (including both seasons of the Esports offerings).
  2. If the sport is a KHSAA sport or sport-activity this year and you had at least one legal practice, then you had that team and should record data including coaches and rosters.
  3. Remember that you cannot delete a team level if there are coaches assigned to that team or players assigned to the roster of that team.
  4. You cannot delete the level of a team that has practiced this school year. However, you should delete a team (or level of a team) that has had no players, no coaches, no practices, and no contests during the entire school year.
  5. Please record your rosters completely and accurately in all sports and sport-activities.
  6. In 2021-2022 all sports and sports activities should be included if the association has jurisdiction over that sport or sport activity. If the sport or sport activity is NOT under KHSAA jurisdiction this year (i.e., Ice Hockey, Trap Shooting), then you must have played a minimum of 10 contests against other schools, the team must be under the same supervision as other sports (i.e., the Athletic Director), and the other criteria previously explained in Title IX workshops and other communication.
  7. As a refresher, the link to maintain your teams is entitled, “Maintain School Control Panel/Sport Offerings.” The link is located in the “Primary School Database Operations” section of links on your member school login page. Direct link: http://schools.khsaa.org/schools_update/.
  8. Although mistakes do occur on the Varsity level, it is apparent that the vast majority of the issues in the roster system pertain to Freshman and/or Junior Varsity teams.
  9. Breaking this down further, the majority of the time we see that teams are listed without any players at all on them (which means that someone just forgot to remove the sport offering when you didn’t have enough interest), or that a team sport is listed at a level (freshman, JV or varsity) and roster entry is incomplete or the roster is without enough players to actually field the team (for example, a school stating that they have a JV Football Team, but only has 4 players listed).
  10. IT Director Rob Catron also has produced a video that describes the process of adding and removing a team. The direct link to this video is at http://schools.khsaa.org/help-update-member-school-information-non-personnel/.

Notice and Information

  1. Roster and team errors were identified and displayed in each School Administrators’ “Your Messages” notification area from within their KHSAA Member School Login.
  2. Those specific notices point out specific teams that do not have enough players, and the messages are in a bright red font.
  3. Click on the particular error notice to expand and receive more details.
  4. If you have roster editing rights (which are assigned to all Principals and ADs, and coaches within the school who have been granted such rights by the AD), you can begin the cleanup process.

Annual System and Reporting

  1. This year, based on feedback from the membership, there have been minimal system changes to make this task easier.
  2. You will not be able to submit your reports if you have incomplete rosters. Based on roster minimums, the system will instruct you to complete your roster(s) or revise your team grid.
  3. The answer is NOT to simply delete nonvarsity teams now that the season is over. The answer is to make a subjective evaluation as to whether or not you actually had the team for 2021-2022, and if so, ensure that an accurate roster is complete.
  4. In a routine review of our database, it is evident that a substantial number of member schools have team-related issues that must first be corrected.
  5. 2021-2022 is a student interest survey year for all member schools.   
  6. The T63 form will NOT allow for entry of a student interest survey if there is less than a 60% response rate. In addition, any entry of 0 as the interest of the students will have to be confirmed since our audit team has found it highly unlikely that no student in the entire survey audience has an interest in a specific sport or sport-activity.
  7. Schools again are able to submit both the Title IX report and the Annual Participation list at the same time since both are based SOLELY on a minimal amount of additional data entry and the contents of your online rosters for all sports and sport-activities.
  8. *NOTE* Single-gender schools may enter your Participation List information in the same manner, simply bypassing the Title IX information. The system will guide you through the steps.

Final Steps Prior to Forms Entry

There are four primary things that must be done before you start with your actual Title IX and Participation reports:

  1. Ensure that all of your team rosters have the minimum number of competitors entered on the roster and have coaches assigned. Throughout this year and in reviewing data from last year, the staff has noticed that several sports had incomplete rosters or listed no one on the non-varsity rosters. This will result in inaccurate data and counting at a minimum and a KHSAA eligibility concern at the worst.
  2. Please take the time to check and edit all of your rosters, including the freshman, JV, and varsity levels.
  3. A note about wrestling: We have noticed that in sports like wrestling that have an electronic entry portal for events that is separate from the KHSAA system, many schools have not entered the entire roster into the online system and had only entered them into the NWCA system. Remember, your student-athletes are not eligible to participate in a scrimmage or game in any sport or sport-activity if they are not listed on the KHSAA online roster. The postseason columns do not affect any results, only the freshman, JV, and varsity rosters.
  4. The same situation as Wrestling exists at times for Track and Field, Cross Country, and Swimming, so ensure that the rosters match from the outside organization site to your school data.
  5. Be certain and enter your complete rosters for Competitive Cheer and Competitive Dance, including all levels if you maintain more than one. Keep in mind, you DO NOT list individuals on your cheer or dance rosters if you do NOT compete in the KHSAA Region or KHSAA State competitions, and the sole role is sideline support.  In addition, do not list the members who ONLY cheer or dance at games and are not on your competitive squad. The software will properly exclude the cheerleaders from Title IX reports, but properly include the members on your participation lists.  Competitive Dancers are included in both the Title IX and participation lists.  Likewise, the same rules apply for the coaching staff, ONLY enter coaches if they coach your competitive cheer and/or dance squads.
  6. Lastly, have your 2020-2021 financial expenditures data available (including booster expenditures) so that you can complete form T-35. 

Data Entry:

  • Once you have completed these steps, you will then log in to the online system and begin your reports.
  • Our Information Technology Director Rob Catron has recorded a series of short videos that help with all of the entry functions for rosters and completion of the reports. If you log in tohttp://schools.khsaa.org, there are buttons in the column on the right that take you to these videos.
  • Before beginning, it would be advisable to view the videos related to the Roster Entry and Title IX reports, particularly the roster review video on the Title IX page. It is in this important step (roster review) that you can remove individuals who did not participate but may, in fact, be holdovers from past years.
  • No paper needs to be submitted and there is NO option for paper submission of the reports. The forms that are posted on the website are samples for you to use in beginning to compile the report and are especially helpful when completing the salary and expense information (T-35). When you submit your report, it will automatically produce the compiled report (in PDF format) and the office will be alerted to its receipt. From there, the Title IX audit staff will review the documents and return any notes to you.

Final Notes:

  • Be ever mindful that participation data comes ONLY from the online roster entry. There is no option to count participants and enter the numbers manually; they come totally from your rosters. It is critically important for Title IX counting purposes that you accurately designate which players played multiple levels of the sport, including those below grade 9. If they played freshman, JV, and Varsity, for example, be sure all boxes are checked.
  • Mr. Catron’s videos are very direct in terms of adding players, deleting players, and ensuring that the rosters are accurate. Again, you would be advised to view them first.
  • Enrollment data from the 2019-2020 school year is based on the KDE data used in classification and has already been seeded into the reports (including the non-public school data submissions). No numbers may be revised or otherwise utilized for enrollment.
  • Once your Title IX report has been submitted, you can then immediately electronically submit your Annual Participation List. You will then be able to print copies of both reports for your records should you so desire.

Thanks, and we look forward to receiving your report.

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