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  1. You mean Marshall County legend, runner up in Mr Basketball voting, Vanderbilt star, SEC player of the year, and NBA journey-man, Dan Langhi? Yes I was in school at Graves County when he carved us up two years in a row. I believe it was 1995 when he scored 50-something points in a single game at the Sweet Sixteen.
  2. I’m just telling you what was in their own accounting reports from their board of control meeting in July of 2019. I went back to 2019 because they were actually able to host both events in their entirety that year. edited for clarity: I did round the numbers. That 1.2 mil was more like 1.19 and some change. The 370,000 was I believe 367 and some change.
  3. I can’t speak to that. I would assume it’s just for the state championship games, but you would have to ask someone who’s hosted one of those early round games as athletic director.
  4. The answer to the question can be found in the KHSAA general ledger for the 2018-2019 school year. $1.2 million in tickets sold to boys basketball $370,000 in tickets sold to football.
  5. She was drafted into the WNBA, but has had trouble with knee injuries. Did she ever play professionally?
  6. Spoke to Aleigha Mucker’s mother at 3rd region championship game. She tells me Aleigha will be playing for Midway.
  7. Apollo - Natalie Powers - WKU current E-Gals coach.
  8. I think it’s safe to say that records and rankings really mean Jack this year. You’ve got teams that have played 15 games going up against teams who’ve played 30. You’ve got teams who have missed extensive periods of their season because they were quarantined competing against teams who maybe had similar periods of time where they didn’t play but could practice (if their opponents were quarantined). There’s always a place in Kentucky’s basketball postseason for upsets, but I think it’s never been more wide open.
  9. Final, from the Owensboro Sportscenter.
  10. That’s cool, I had no idea he played Kentucky sports.
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