Central High School 1949-1952 Sammy Moore was a star for Louisville Central in the Kentucky High School Athletic League. He earned all-district, all-region and all-state honors three consecutive years. He led Central to the 1952 National Negro Tournament Championship where he was named the … [Read more...] about Sammy Moore
Shelby County High School 1976-1979 A body that looked like it was chiseled out of granite, at 6’6” and 215 pounds, Charles’ physical stature was part of his success. He was a natural with a lot of talent, but his focus was always on the “team”. Leading the Shelby County Rockets to the … [Read more...] about Charles Hurt
Highlands High School 1983-1986 Double coverage and gimmick defenses could not keep Scott Draud from being a prolific scorer. He led the state in scoring his junior (31 ppg) and senior (35 ppg) seasons. He is the leading scorer in Highlands High School history with 2865 points as well as the … [Read more...] about Scott Draud
Henry Clay High School 1981-1984 A graduate of Henry Clay High School, Steve was a member of the 1983 KHSAA State Champion ship team coached by Hall of Famer Al Prewitt. Steve’s high school career accomplishments were numerous. Having been named All-City multiple times, he was also named 1st … [Read more...] about Steve Miller
Kentucky High School Basketball Hall of Fame PRESENTS: A Weekend to Remember! “A NIGHT WITH CHAMPIONS” Friday, August 2, 2019 6:00-10:00 P.M. Pritchard Center Elizabethtown, Kentucky Featured Speaker:Dwane Casey 2018 NBA Coach of the Year and Current Detroit Pistons Head … [Read more...] about A Weekend To Remember!
The Kentucky Historical Society recently launched the HistoryMobile featuring 100 years of high school basketball. Be on the lookout. The HistoryMobile will be at games across the Commonwealth throughout the next three high school basketball seasons. Here is a link to the official announcement … [Read more...] about KHS HistoryMobile Launches from Capitol Building
Brodhead High, Monticello Independent, Wayne County High 1954-1986 Although an outstanding athlete, Joe Harper would make his mark as an outstanding coach. He made six trips to the Sweet Sixteen with his Monticello teams. He advanced to the quarterfinals twice, the semi-finals twice, and the … [Read more...] about Joe Harper
The Kentucky High School Basketball Centennial Celebration Committee partnered with Valvoline during the 2018 Boys’ Sweet 16® to offer a Fan Fest in the Lexington Center Food Court adjacent to Rupp Arena on Wednesday and Thursday. The event was a success! Go to www.khsbk100.com for more … [Read more...] about Centennial Celebration