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    Quote Originally Posted by Mack The Knife View Post
    Great article by Mike Fields on The Jake on KHSAA.com.
    The last quote by The Jake: "The one thing I'll remember the most is my little brother just battling the big kids all week"
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    Quote Originally Posted by PurplePride92 View Post
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    Does Scott HS retire #s ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by KentuckyJoe View Post
    Does Scott HS retire #s ??
    This will be the first.

    Jesse Jett's needs to be up there too. The two best to graduate from Scott,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mack The Knife View Post
    Great article by Mike Fields on The Jake on KHSAA.com.
    The last quote by The Jake: "The one thing I'll remember the most is my little brother just battling the big kids all week"
    Jake Ohmer’s legacy a winning one | Kentucky High School Athletic Association

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    [QUOTE=Pi;6257564]This will be the first.

    Jesse Jett's needs to be up there too. The two best to graduate from Scott,[/QUOTE

    Forgetting someone there?

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    Forgetting someone there?
    Yes!! Sorry. He was during a time I wasn't around as much. But Kellen is up there too!

    3 jerseys in the rafters at 5400 Old Taylor Mill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pi View Post
    Yes!! Sorry. He was during a time I wasn't around as much. But Kellen is up there too!

    3 jerseys in the rafters at 5400 Old Taylor Mill.
    I go back a long way with Scott basketball and have always felt they needed to do more to recognize past players. Not just Kellen and Jake from their most recent past but players like Chris Thompson, Kyle Howard and way way back Kelly James and quite a few in between

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4pointplay View Post
    I go back a long way with Scott basketball and have always felt they needed to do more to recognize past players. Not just Kellen and Jake from their most recent past but players like Chris Thompson, Kyle Howard and way way back Kelly James and quite a few in between
    Chris was super.

    Perhaps the two most under appreciated from the era I'm most familiar with: Anthony Matracia and Ben Lye.

    Anthony was so incredibly athletic as a Big.

    And Ben lye was tasked with the era of Justin Doellman, mike Brock and Ross neltner as his opponents and they all struggled against him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4pointplay View Post
    I go back a long way with Scott basketball and have always felt they needed to do more to recognize past players. Not just Kellen and Jake from their most recent past but players like Chris Thompson, Kyle Howard and way way back Kelly James and quite a few in between
    What about Haynes(?) - isn't he the kid that led them to a region title in the 90s?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pi View Post
    Chris was super.

    Perhaps the two most under appreciated from the era I'm most familiar with: Anthony Matracia and Ben Lye.

    Anthony was so incredibly athletic as a Big.

    And Ben lye was tasked with the era of Justin Doellman, mike Brock and Ross neltner as his opponents and they all struggled against him.
    Ben Lye was a great player at Scott and Matricia was just freakishly athletic as a big. Jesse Jett and Jon Campbell were guards from a while back.

    I think it was Chris Haynes who had the big dunk to seal the game against Holy Cross and send Scott to state. Had some issues while at Scott and most Scott fans remember the moment more than the player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pi View Post
    This will be the first.

    Jesse Jett's needs to be up there too. The two best to graduate from Scott,
    Chris Haynes way before Jett!

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    Finished with 973 points for the season. 2,705 career.

    Also, broke the single season school rebounding record this year previously held by Chris Haynes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4pointplay View Post
    Ben Lye was a great player at Scott and Matricia was just freakishly athletic as a big. Jesse Jett and Jon Campbell were guards from a while back.

    I think it was Chris Haynes who had the big dunk to seal the game against Holy Cross and send Scott to state. Had some issues while at Scott and most Scott fans remember the moment more than the player.
    Quote Originally Posted by Footballforever74 View Post
    Chris Haynes way before Jett!
    Ya. Haynes before my time, but I didn't include him, because he didn't actually graduate from Scott if I remember. Maybe a prep school?

    But, he was amazing.

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