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MAKING A DIFFERENCE BACK IN HIS KENTUCKY HOME

First-year Nelson County coach Trevor Mason pleads his case with an official during Monday's game with Anderson County. First-year Nelson County coach Trevor Mason seeks to build his program by putting people first By John Herndon, 110forChrist.com BARDSTOWN, Ky. -- Trevor Mason’s journeys have taken him to eastern Kentucky, western Missouri, central Florida and a … Continue reading MAKING A DIFFERENCE BACK IN HIS KENTUCKY HOME

Born to coach?

Campbellsville-Harrodsburg coach Austin Sparrow encourages his team after a big play during Friday's win over fourth-ranked Great Lakes Christian. It was the first time CU-Harrodsburg, ranked No. 9, had ever beaten Great Lakes. (Photos by John Herndon) Less than two years out of college, Austin Sparrow stays true to his coaching pedigree while leading Campbellsville-Harrodsburg … Continue reading Born to coach?

Continuing A Cherished Tradition While Fighting a Dreaded New Virus

Henry County junior Sam Royalty leads the post-game prayer following the Wildcats' season-opening win over Anderson County on Jan. 5. Bible study friends, coaching rivals devise ways to allow teams to continue post-game prayers By John Herndon, 110forChrist.com NEW CASTLE, Ky. -- All they wanted was a chance to grab a basketball, run up and … Continue reading Continuing A Cherished Tradition While Fighting a Dreaded New Virus

Playing for more than a win

Bob Osborne, center, is inducted into the Eighth Region Hall of Fame during the Girls' Eighth Region Tournament at Owen County High School, March 2, 2019. At left is Owen County athletic director T.J. Wesselman and at right is former Henry County girls' basketball coach Todd Gilley. (File photo by John Herndon) Owen, Anderson girls … Continue reading Playing for more than a win

The Mike behind the mic

Mike Gillespie (left) is honored by IU-Southeast athletic director Joe Glove for calling his 4,000th athletic event prior to the Grenadiers’ basketball game versus Oakland City on Dec. 12 in New Albany, Ind. Georgetown native Mike Gillespie still works a passion -- 4000 times and counting -- he discovered at the Sweet 16 By John … Continue reading The Mike behind the mic