Teams that went undefeated in the regular season

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    Clay Co in 89 and Lafayette in 79.
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    This is from an old State Tournament program. These teams were undefeated going into the Sweet 16 (record is pre-Sweet 16):

    1928 - Ashland (27-0) - State Champions
    -beat Danville 16-8
    -beat Henderson 25-13
    -beat Holmes 22-13
    -beat Carr Creek 13-11 (4ot)

    1933 - Hazel Green (25-0)
    -beat Paris 27-26
    -beat Corinth 24-22
    -lost to Horse Cave 20-21 (Horse Cave was also undefeated)

    1933 - Horse Cave (26-0) - State Runners-up
    -beat Henderson 44-29
    -beat Hazard 28-27
    -beat Hazel Green 21-20 (Hazel Green was also undefeated)
    -lost to Ashland 25-33

    1936 - Nebo (38-0) - State Runners-up
    -beat Russell 31-6
    -beat Munfordville 31-21
    -beat Inez 21-8
    -lost to Corbin 18-24

    1936 - Kirksey (29-0)
    -lost to Corbin 24-27

    1938 - St. Xavier (27-0) - State Third Place
    -beat Central City 31-13
    -beat Harlan 46-25
    -lost to Sharpe 23-26
    -beat Frenchburg 47-17

    1940 - Inez (36-0) - State Third Place
    -beat Hughes-Kirkpatrick 42-26
    -beat Cave City 44-25
    -lost to Hazel Green 23-27
    -beat Williamsburg 48-12

    1941 - Rineyville (34-0)
    -beat Clinton 39-25
    -lost to Hardin 43-53 (Hardin was also undefeated)

    1941 - Hardin (34-0) - State Third Place
    -beat Hartford 48-29
    -beat Rineyville 53-43 (Rineyville was also undefeated)
    -lost to Inez 28-29
    -beat Henry Clay 32-31

    1944 - Bowling Green (29-0)
    -lost to Valley 33-35

    1944 - Brewers (32-0)
    -beat Rineyville 45-37
    -lost to Dayton 41-46

    1944 - Brooksville (26-0)
    -beat London 47-33
    -lost to Olive Hill 20-23

    1948 - Brewers (32-0) - State Champions
    -beat Clark County 63-59
    -beat Shelbyville 57-34
    -beat Male 38-36
    -beat Maysville 55-48

    1953 - Clay County (34-0)
    -beat Georgetown 81-72
    -lost to Lafayette 63-77

    1954 - Central City (35-0)
    -lost to Inez 57-72

    1962 - Allen County (30-0)
    -beat Henry County 73-54
    -lost to St. Xavier 35-47

    1978 - Apollo (35-0)
    -lost to Shelby County 55-62

    1982 - Mason County (32-0)
    -beat Middlesboro 71-63
    -lost to Virgie 63-68

    1989 - Clay County (33-0)
    -lost to Marshall County 60-64

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    Great info

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    Also Henderson (8-0) and Monticello (10-0) were undefeated entering the non-KHSAA 1916 and 1917 state tournaments. Henderson won the 1916 state title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gchs_uk9 View Post
    This is from an old State Tournament program. These teams were undefeated going into the Sweet 16 (record is pre-Sweet 16):

    1928 - Ashland (27-0) - State Champions
    -beat Danville 16-8
    -beat Henderson 25-13
    -beat Holmes 22-13
    -beat Carr Creek 13-11 (4ot)

    1933 - Hazel Green (25-0)
    -beat Paris 27-26
    -beat Corinth 24-22
    -lost to Horse Cave 20-21 (Horse Cave was also undefeated)

    1933 - Horse Cave (26-0) - State Runners-up
    -beat Henderson 44-29
    -beat Hazard 28-27
    -beat Hazel Green 21-20 (Hazel Green was also undefeated)
    -lost to Ashland 25-33

    1936 - Nebo (38-0) - State Runners-up
    -beat Russell 31-6
    -beat Munfordville 31-21
    -beat Inez 21-8
    -lost to Corbin 18-24

    1936 - Kirksey (29-0)
    -lost to Corbin 24-27

    1938 - St. Xavier (27-0) - State Third Place
    -beat Central City 31-13
    -beat Harlan 46-25
    -lost to Sharpe 23-26
    -beat Frenchburg 47-17

    1940 - Inez (36-0) - State Third Place
    -beat Hughes-Kirkpatrick 42-26
    -beat Cave City 44-25
    -lost to Hazel Green 23-27
    -beat Williamsburg 48-12

    1941 - Rineyville (34-0)
    -beat Clinton 39-25
    -lost to Hardin 43-53 (Hardin was also undefeated)

    1941 - Hardin (34-0) - State Third Place
    -beat Hartford 48-29
    -beat Rineyville 53-43 (Rineyville was also undefeated)
    -lost to Inez 28-29
    -beat Henry Clay 32-31

    1944 - Bowling Green (29-0)
    -lost to Valley 33-35

    1944 - Brewers (32-0)
    -beat Rineyville 45-37
    -lost to Dayton 41-46

    1944 - Brooksville (26-0)
    -beat London 47-33
    -lost to Olive Hill 20-23


    1948 - Brewers (32-0) - State Champions
    -beat Clark County 63-59
    -beat Shelbyville 57-34
    -beat Male 38-36
    -beat Maysville 55-48

    1953 - Clay County (34-0)
    -beat Georgetown 81-72
    -lost to Lafayette 63-77

    1954 - Central City (35-0)
    -lost to Inez 57-72

    1962 - Allen County (30-0)
    -beat Henry County 73-54
    -lost to St. Xavier 35-47

    1978 - Apollo (35-0)
    -lost to Shelby County 55-62

    1982 - Mason County (32-0)
    -beat Middlesboro 71-63
    -lost to Virgie 63-68

    1989 - Clay County (33-0)
    -lost to Marshall County 60-64
    That '44 Polar Bear contingent also produced a State Runner-up in Baseball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rez View Post
    Also Henderson (8-0) and Monticello (10-0) were undefeated entering the non-KHSAA 1916 and 1917 state tournaments. Henderson won the 1916 state title.
    True, although I don't believe the KHSAA counts the records from 1916 or 1917 because it was an invitational tournament and the KHSAA didn't exist.

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