News Briefs on The LoJo in March
By Jim Turner

Posted on April 1, 2017 6:34 PM

Rex Booth named Panther basketball coach

Russellville High School Guidance Counselor Rex Booth has been named the new coach of RHS boys basketball, Principal Kim McDaniel has announced. He succeeds the legendary Phil Todd, who led the Panthers to the regional finals for the sixth time in his tenure as coach of his alma mater in his final game before retiring. Booth is a former head coach at Hopkins County Central and also assisted at Trigg County. Either Todd or Dennis Pardue has been head coach of the Panthers for the past 27 seasons. Russellville lost in the regional finals to Bowling Green, which went on to win the state championship. Watch The LoJo for more details.

Mar 31, 2017

Craigs plan to sell Todd County Standard

Ryan Craig, owner and publisher of the Todd County Standard, has announced that the state's best small newspaper is for sale, either in total or in partnership. In this week's edition, Craig said that he will listen to offers for the purchase of the Standard and its parent company. He is willing to sell the entire operation or he would consider offers to go into partnership with an investor. Craig, who lives in Russellville but grew up in Todd County, cited his health problems as a need to make changes. His wife, the former Jenni Osborne, has battled serious health issues herself since her senior year in journalism school, over a decade ago. Craig said he would like to sell the paper to someone local, just as Mike Finch did when he sold it to him. The Standard has been named the top small paper in the state by the Kentucky Press Association in 11 of the past 12 years. A former executive director of the Logan Chamber of Commerce, Craig is currently president of the Kentucky Press Association.

Mar 30, 2017

Logan baseball games canceled

Logan County Athletic Director Greg Howard has announced that the middle school baseball Clash of the Cats at Russellville and the varsity-junior varsity games with Butler County scheduled today have been canceled.

Mar 29, 2017

Smock pitches 1-hit, 12-K shutout over F-S


With Ethan Smock pitching another jewel, the Logan County Cougars powered a huge statement win Wednesday, besting previously undefeated Franklin-Simpson 6-0 at what surely will be named Ethan Meguiar Field sometime in the future. Smock fashioned a 1-hitter. In his last three starts, the junior has shut out Bowling Green, Russellville and Franklin. Dylan Penick, Koby Wall & Kaleb Justice each doubled and singled while Jackson Campbell, Austin Rayno & Third Bell joined them with 2 hits each. Bradley Taylor also singled. Justice had 3 RBIs, Wall 2 and Rayno 1. Bell scored 2 runs. Smock struck out 12 Cats while walking 3. Zack Sliger & Matthew Crittenden pitched for F-S. Rylan Thomas got the lone Wildcat hit. Jackson Caudill, Quentin Kitchens & J. Tyler Kummer walked. Logan improved to 8-1 on the season, 2-0 in the district. Franklin fell to 7-1 in its first year with long-time assistant Kyle Gammons as head coach.

Mar 29, 2017

Committee to review 13 applicants for R'ville superintendent


The Russellville superintendent screening committee received 13 applications for the position of superintendent of the Russellville Public Schools. There are 11 in-state applicants. According to consultant Phil Eason, the screening committee will now begin the process of screening all applications following the guidelines established in KRS 160.352 and Board Policy 02.1. Per the timeline established by the Board of Education, the screening committee will make its recommendation to the board by April 18. At this point, following the guidelines in Board Policy, members of the screening committee will keep all applicant information in strict confidence.

Mar 28, 2017

Jason Fox to appear in WKU opera this weekend

Russellville High School graduate Jason Fox is a member of the cast of Gianni Schicch, one of two in A Pair of Puccinis, to be presented by WKU’s Department of Theatre & Dance and Department of Music at Van Meter Auditorium Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m. “These two works are perennial favorites in the operatic repertoire,” said Dr. Wayne Pope, professor of Voice and director of the operas. “Their beautiful and exciting vocal lines combine with lush colorful orchestrations, engaging visual effect and rich plot lines to deliver the best of the one act genre.”

Mar 28, 2017

From Russellville Principal Kim McDaniel: Congratulations to RHS Senior Bryan Ison, who has received national recognition for superior academic achievement by The National Society of High School Scholars. He is also a founding member of the Panther College Academy and the son of Debby Bates-Ison and Tom Ison. We are very proud of Bryan's national recognition!

Mar 28, 2017


The 18th annual Great Teddy Bear Run will be held this Saturday. The motorcycle run will benefit the Barren River Area Child Advocacy Center. See the attached flier for more details.

Mar 28, 2017

Healthy Baby Workshop scheduled

A Healthy Baby Workshop will be held at the Logan County Health Department on Tuesday, April 25, from noon to 2 p.m. A woman may attend one workshop each pregnancy. Those pregnant women who stay for the entire two-hour class will receive a $20 gift card. No preregistration is required.

Mar 27, 2017

Russellville Schools closing early today

From Russellville JR/SR High Principal Kim McDaniel: "Due to the possibility of severe weather, we will be dismissing school at approximately 2:30. ALL after school activities have been canceled and campus will be closed."
Todd County schools are also closing early. Logan County schools are not in session the next two weeks.

Mar 27, 2017

Feared bomb in west Russellville

determined to be a hoax

From WRUS News: The device found on a door at the Logan County Justice Center this morning has been determined to be a 'hoax,' according to Logan County Sheriff's Office. Sheriff Wallace Whittaker said the device was made up of three flare sticks and some wire. Around 7 this morning a maintenance worker at the Logan County Justice Center found a suspicious device taped to a door. Local authorities were called and the area of West 3rd, 4th & 5th from Winter to Bethel streets was shut down. Around 9:30, agents from the ATF, FBI and Kentucky State Police Bomb Unit arrived to aid in the investigation. At 10 a.m., the Russellville city streets were opened, with the exception of Owen and Blakey.

Mar 26, 2017

Tarheels stand in way of

UK trip to Final Four

With Kentucky's De'Aaron Fox putting fellow freshman Lorenzo Ball firmly in his rearview mirror, the Kentucky Wildcats overwhelmed UCLA 86-75 Friday in the NCAA South Regional at Memphis. Fox scored 39 points as compared to Ball's 10. Ball, who has become more famous for the loud remarks of his father, LaVar Ball, than for his own play, announced after the game that he will be moving on to the NCAA. Kentucky, however, is moving on to a rematch with North Carolina today at 4:05 p.m. on CBS. The two "bluebloods" of NCAA basketball met in December with UK winning 103-100 behind 47 points by another Wildcat freshman, the talented by inconsistent Malik Monk. Kentucky is the winningest team all-time in NCAA history with 2,205 wins, 32 more than third place UNC. Kansas, which lost to Oregon Saturday night, is second all-time. With Kansas, Duke, Arizona and Michigan State sidelined, UK's John Calipari is the only coach among the final six teams who relies on freshman more than upperclassmen each year. The Final Four will be played next week in Phoenix. The computerized artwork below is by Trey Turner of the LoJo.

Mar 25, 2017

R’ville preschool, kindergarten registration extended

The deadline for Russellville Preschool and Kindergarten Registration has been extended until next Friday, March 31, from 8-11:30 a.m. All other information in the attached flier is correct.

Mar 24, 2017

Smock pitches 16-K shutout in 9-0 Clash

win for Meguiar's 400th victory

Ethan Smock made sure his coach made history Tuesday. The lanky junior hurled a 16-strikeout shutout at Russellville’s Kelly Russell Field as Ethan Meguiar recorded his 400th varsity coaching victory. The Logan County Cougars won the Clash of the Cats 9-0. The win came a few days after Smock had pitched a 6-0 shutout over Bowling Green, the preseason number 12 team in the state. Bradley Taylor Dylan Penick each had 3 hits and Kaleb Justice 2 for Logan against RHS. Chandler Silvey & Koby Wall each worked 2 walks and Jackson Campbell 1 off Panther pitchers Dillion Porter & Hunter McDowell. Taylor drove in 3 runs and Campbell 2. Cousins Campbell & Austin Rayno were credited with 4 Quality At Bats each with Silvey getting 3. Porter threw 20 first-pitch strikes in his 5 innings on the mound.

Mar 24, 2017

Lady Cougars take 2 wins from Metcalfe

The Logan County Lady Cougars crushed visiting Metcalfe County 16-1 in 3 innings Thursday in the first game of a doubleheader sweep. Blayke Bingham and Shaina Johnson each had 3 hits and Brea Croslin 2. Kennedy Nichols drove in 3 runs with Abby Canler and Bingham getting 2 RBIs each. Abby Hinton pitched the win. Sydney Lee pitched a 4-2 win in the nightcap. She struck out 8 Lady Hornets in 7 innings. Lee also banged out 3 hits herself and Croslin added 2 hits. Nichols drove in 2 runs and Croslin 1. 

Mar 23, 2017

Fund-raising antique tractor pull

to benefit Porters Saturday

An Antique Tractor Pull and Auction will be held this Saturday at the UK Ag Complex Arena beside the Logan County Extension Office to benefit Scott Porter and his family. The Lewisburg man has been off work since Dec. 1 with a blood infection and is still undergoing extensive medical treatments. He has helped his wife, Susan Porter, lead fund-raising activities for several other families in need.  The gate opens at 7 Saturday morning with pulls beginning at 9 a.m. Admission is free, unlimited hooks are $20 each, concessions and meals will be available, and silent and live auctions will be held. For more information, contact Nate Logsdon, Sherri White, Jennifer Moore, Jessica Kennedy or Tammy Bond. Phone numbers and more details can be found in the attached flier.

Mar 23, 2017

Spring Break VBS next weekend

Stevenson's Chapel United Methodist Church in West Logan has a unique Vacation Bible School planned. Stevenson’s Chapel Spring Break VBS’ theme is “Camp Out- Getting S'More of Jesus.” It will be held March 31-April 2. On Friday and Saturday, the time is 5:30-8 p.m.. Closing Celebration will be Sunday April 2 at 11 a.m. with lunch to follow.

Mar 21, 2017

Friday final day for Stevenson

kindergarten, preschool Friday

Registration for both preschool and kindergarten will be held at Stevenson Elementary’s Kaye Wilkins Preschool Friday. Required documents for kindergarten are a birth certificate, physical form, up-to-date immunization record, and proof of eye and dental exams. This is the final day to register. For information, call Preschool Coordinator Linda Shelton at 270-726-8405.

Mar 21, 2017

Lady Panthers go on offensive, beat UHA-4

Three Lady Panthers banged out three hits each as Russellville thumped visiting University Heights Academy 14-4 Monday in the season opener for Coach Calvin Head's team. Cierra Collins, Brooklyn Ray & Chloe Whitescarver each had the hat trick of hits. Leadoff batter Collins, who is a senior, and cleanup hitter Whitescarver, an eighth grader, each homered and doubled while Ray tripled. Whitescarver drove in four runs with Collins and Ray adding three RBIs each. Seniors Tara Gilbert & Macy Meacham combined to pitch a five-hitter. Susanna Higgins stole two bases with Collins and Taryn Gray swiping one each. Collins scored four runs. Meacham, Tonisha Hampton, Tiffany Gray & Taryn Gray added a hit each.

Mar 21, 2017

Clash of the Baseball Cats tonight at RHS

When Logan County travels to Russellville's Kelly Russell Field tonight, the Cougars will not only be trying to remain undefeated on the season but also help Coach Ethan Meguiar win his 400th varsity game. The Cougars have given up only 10 runs in 5 games this season, half of them in their opener against Greenwood, a 14-5 win. They have allowed only one run in the last three wins, that one in a 4-1 victory over Glasgow Monday night. The other three wins are over Hopkinsville, Ohio County and Bowling Green (6-0). Coach Blake Crabtree's Panthers are a senior team with football starters Jordan Blick, Brennan Hughes, T.K. Hampton, Caleb Hardison & Johnny Drumgole on the roster along with experienced classmate Evan Humphrey. They are 1-2, with the win coming 3-0 in the opener over Whitesville Trinity on a 3-hit pitching performance by Blick, a Campbellsville baseball signee. Blick is injured, however, and is expected to be out at least two weeks.

Mar 19, 2017

Purples win state championship

Bowling Green High, multi-time state champion iin other sports, added basketball to its resume Sunday by winning the Whittaker Bank/KHSAA Sweet Sixteen at Rupp Arena. Coach D.G. Sherrill's beat Cooper High 67-56 for the championship. Center Terry

Taylor was named MVP while Deangelo Wilson and Zion Harmon were all-state tournament. Kyran Jones was honored as the top offensive rebounder. The Purples, who beat Russellville in the regional finals, finished with a 36-2 record. 

Mar 18, 2017

BGH edges Scott, to meet Cooper in state finals

The Bowling Green Purples dodged a bullet Saturday night and advanced to Sunday’s championship game of the Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Sweet Sixteen with an 80-79 win over Scott High School. Zion Harmon hit the winning basket. Jarius Key, son of former Russellville standout Otis Key, hit the next-to-the-last goal for the Purples. Deangelo Wilson had 12 points, 8 assists, 3 steals and only 1 turnover. Tery Taylor had 26 points, 12 rebounds, and 4 assists. Kyran Jones joined Harmon with 18 points. Jake Ohmer led Scott with 33 points but missed what would have been the winning shot. Sunday afternoon, Coach D.G. Sherrill’s Purples will play Cooper, which came from behind to beat Fern Creek in the nightcap. Fern Creek couldn’t score, going five and a half minutes in the fourth quarter without a point.

Mar 18, 2017

Sweet Sixteen Final Four tonight

Bowling Green High and Fern Creek High School, both with Land of Logan ties, will try to punch their tickets to the state championship game tonight at Rupp Arena. Coach D.G. Sherrill's Purples will play Scott High School in the opener. The Tigers of Fern Creek will take on Cooper High School in the nightcap.

Mar 17, 2017

Fern Creek reaches state semifinals

Louisville Fern Creek edged Louisville Ballard 55-52 in the quarterfinals Friday to reach the state basketball finals. Tony Rogers, son of Russellville Alumni Association Athletic Hall of Famer Stacie Gamble, did much of the ball-handling for the Tigers, who will play Cooper Saturday night.

Mar 17, 2017

Cooper advances to state semifinals

Cooper High School of Boone County is the third team in the state semifinals of the Sweet Sixteen in Lexington. The Jaguars beat Collins High School 58-33 in Friday night's first quarterfinal game. Adam Kunkel had 16 points and 5 rebounds. Cooper will play the Fern Creek-Ballard winner in Saturday's second semifinal. Bowling Green and Scott High School will meet in the first game.

Mar 17, 2017

Tim MacAllister on Creighton coaching staff

A graduate of Logan County High School is currently on the bench of an NCAA Tournament basketball team. Tim MacAllister played basketball and football for the Cougars from 2005-07 while his dad, Scot MacAllister, was coaching the Lady Cougars. He is in his third year as a member of the Blue Jay staff. Creighton is playing Rhode Island in a game being shown on TBS.

Mar 17, 2017

Purples beat Scott County,

move to state semifinals

Deangelo Wilson, the son of Logan County High School alums Sue Miller & De Wilson, played a big role in helping the Bowling Green Purples (34-2) beat a strong Scott County team 68-53 in the quarterfinals of the Sweet Sixteen at Rupp Arena. The senior guard scored 20 points—aided by 8 of 9 free throw shooting and 2 of 3 three-pointers. He also added 5 steals and an assist. Terry Taylor also scored 20 points and had 14 rebounds while Zion Harmon scored 16 points and had 4 assists. Kyran Jones pulled in 10 rebounds. Coach Billy Hicks’ Cardinals (31-6) had four players in double figures, Cooper Robb, Michael Moreno, Cooper Watts & Bryce Long.

Mar 16, 2017

Stacie Gamble’s son helps

Fern Creek advance at state

Fern Creek (33-2) avenged one of its two losses on the season Thursday by blasting Hopkinsville 81-64 in the state high school boys basketball tournament at Rupp Arena. Coach James Schooler's team now will play fellow Louisville school Ballard in the quarterfinals Friday night. Fern Creek has already beaten Ballard three times this season. A key player for the Tigers is junior guard/forward Tony Rogers, who is the son of former Russellville star Stacie Gamble. Gamble was a two-year captain of the WKU Lady Toppers, who also play in Lexington Friday in the NCAA Tournament against Ohio State. Rogers is the grandson of Clarence and Marie Gamble of Logan County.

Mar 16, 2017

Wheat freeze training offered at Princeton

Wheat freeze damage training to help Kentucky producers assess damage and gain information to make management decisions will be held on Tuesday, March 21. Registration will begin at 8 a.m. and the meeting begins at 8:30at the UKREC farm in Princeton. This will be both a hands-on training to assess damage and a series of short sessions by specialists to address potential issues. The specialists are encouraging producers to bring some of their own wheat to assess and compare with the controls.  

Mar 16, 2017

Logan's Got Talent auditions next week

Audition spots are now available for this year’s “Logan’s Got Talent!” All Logan County residents are invited to audition for the show, including singers, co medians, dancers, instrumentalists, unusual acts – anyone who has a family-friendly talent act!! Auditions will be held on Tuesday, March 21, at the Old Logan County Courthouse. To schedule your audition slot, call Russellville Arts Council member April Kutzman at (270) 772-7478. There is no charge to try out for the show. The showcase event will be held on Friday, March 24, at the Old Logan County Courthouse at 7 p.m. Tickets are $5 and will be available at the door.

Mar 15, 2017

Regional champ BGH wins state opener

Bowling Green outscored Graves County 37-22 in the second half Wednesday to beat Graves County 68-51 in the opening round of the Sweet Sixteen at Rupp Arena. Center Terry Taylor scored 20 points but was held to 4 rebounds; he compensated with 4 assists and 2 blocks. Eight grader Zion Harmon hit three 3-pointers and 4 of 5 free throws on the way to 17 points. He also joined Deangelo Wilson with 3 steals. Forward Kyran Jones added 9 points and 11 rebounds. The Fourth Region champions will play Friday's opening game in the quarterfinals.

Mar 14, 2017

LCHS seeking cheerleader coaches

Logan County High School has an opening for a head and an assistant Cheerleading coach, according to Athletic Director Greg Howard. Interested parties should contact Principal Caycee Spears or Coach Howard at LCHS.

Mar 13, 2017

Former Cougar coach wins

state girls championship

Former Logan County head boys basketball and baseball coach Chris Souder is now a state champion coach. Souder coached the Mercer County Titans to the girls Sweeter Sixteen title Sunday, beating Franklin County 85-71 in the finals. All five of his starters--including University of Louisville signee Seygan Robins and his niece, Emmy Souder, finished in double figures. Three of the starters are juniors. Souder came to Logan County as an assistant to Coach Dick Webb in 1989 and succeeded Webb as the Cougar coach in 1993. He also served as the Cougars' head baseball coach, the only one to ever hold both positions at the consolidated school. He left in 1996 and is in his 18th season as the Mercer County coach.

Mar 11, 2017

WKU signee Anderson wins 3rd state championship

Western Kentucky University signee Josh Anderson led his Madison Prep Academy to its fourth straight state finals and third state championship in its Louisiana class Saturday, all with him as the key player. The 6-foot-4, 180-pound senior is considered the best player in the state of Louisiana by Scout and 247 and the third-best player in his state by ESPN. Rivals ranks Anderson as the 43rd-best player nationally while Scout ranks him 50th, 247sports ranks him 52nd and ESPN ranks him 72nd. Another Louisiana player, 6-11 McDonald's All-American Mitchell Robinson took his team to the semifinals of his class the day before. He has also signed with WKU Coach Rick Stansbury. The computerized artwork is by Trey Turner of The Logan Journal.

Mar 10, 2017

Cougars' big bats blast Greenwood

Scoring 11 runs in the fifth and sixth innings, the Logan County Cougars opened their baseball season with a 14-5 win at Greenwood Thursday. Big bats boomed for Coach Ethan Meguiar's team. Kaleb Justice went 3 for 5 with a double and a pair of runs scored, Austin Rayno was 2 of 3 with a double, 3 RBIs and 2 runs scored. Nick Wooden went 2 for 4 with a double and 4 RBIS. Dulan Penick doubled and had 2 RBIs. Jack Wright added 2 RBIs.

Mar 8, 2017

RHS softball

From Coach Calvin Head: Lady Panther Softball will host a pork chop sale right on East Fourth Street near Carrico Park Square in Russellville by the old theater this Friday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. The sale is sponsored by Sonya Cardwell and Modern Woodmen. All proceeds will go to RMS and RHS Lady Panther Softball teams. $6 per meal (sandwich, chips, and drink).

Mar 7, 2017

Panthers crush Clinton, reach regional finals

For the second game in a row, the Russellville Panthers played magnificently Monday in crushing Clinton County 73-49 in the Fourth Region semifinals. With the brothers Naylor, Micah and Jacob, hitting from outside and Jaylyn McMurry and Pedro Bradshaw dominating the inside, Coach Phil Todd's team led 39-22 at the half and 64-33 going into the fourth quarter. Bradshaw had 17 points, 12 rebounds, 6 assists, 4 steals and 2 blocks. McMurry totaled 20 points with 7 rebounds, 4 steals, 3 blocks and 2 assists. Micah Naylor scored 15 points, going 3 of 4 from long range, including two in the final seconds of quarters. Jacob Naylor scored 11 points, hitting 2 of 4 treys. He aslo had 3 assists. John Davis led the Bulldogs with 20 points. The Panthers play state contender Bowling Green in tonight's regional championship game. The Purples played very well in ending Franklin-Simpson's season 77-59 with guards Zion Harmon and Deangelo Wilson combining for 46 points. Terry Taylor had 16 points and 15 rebounds. The game will be broadcast live on WRUS.

Mar 5, 2017

Six local players chosen Middle School stars

Six middle school basketball players from the Land of Logan on Saturday were part of the Middle School Basketball All-Star Game at Clarksville Academy, conducted by Terry Boykin of Playmaker Basketball Academy. From Russellville Middle School, they were Chloe Whitescarver, Macaria Hines, Chaun Cheaney, Jaquis Todd and Anthony ‘Rooster’ Woodard. From the Logan County schools were Abby Hinton of Lewisburg and K.J. Page of Auburn.

Mar 4, 2017

Five senior Hilltoppers to play

final home game tonight

Five seniors--four of them starters--will play their final home game at Diddle Arena tonight at 7. Coach Rick Stansbury's first team included four-year big man Ben Lawson, two-year player Anton Waters, and three fifth-year tranfers Pancake Thomas, Que Johnson and Junior Lomomba. Rice is the opponent.

Mar 3, 2017

Ray Harper coaches OVC win over Belmont

Former WKU coach Ray Harper coached Jacksonville State to an upset of Belmont in the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament Friday in Nashville. Belmont had gone 15-1 during the regular season in the OVC. This is Jacksonville State's first time in the tournament finals. Harper's team is looking for the program's first NCAA Tournament bid. Their competition tomorrow night could be Murray State, which came into the tournament as the number seven seed but won its first two games and now leads UT-Martin by two at the half. The Racers' Jonathan Stark scored 78 points in those first two games and needs only 22 more to break the OVC Tournament record set two decades ago by Russellville's Bubba Wells, who played for Austin Peay. Now Wells is considered one of the top candidates to succeed Dave Loos as the APSU coach. Loos has retired after over a quarter of a century as the Governors' coach but is battling cancer.

Mar 2, 2017

Panthers overwhelm Monroe, advance to semis

Playing some of their best ball of the season, the Russellville Panthers overwhelmed Monroe County 80-48 Wednesday in opening round regional action at Diddle Arena. After Coach Phil Todd's team led 18-9 at the end of the first quarter, the Falcons pulled to within 26-22 and trailed only 32-24 at the half. Russellville, however, dominated the second hal 48-24 on the way to a semifinals matchup next Monday with Clinton County, which beat Greenwood in the other game of the night. Pedro Bradshaw had 26 points, 10 rebounds, 5 assists and 4 blocks while fellow senior Jaylyn McMurry added 19 points, 14 rebounds, 4 assists, and 3 each of blocks and steals. Paul Jones chipped in 10 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists and a steal. The four teams with the best records are in the semifinals with Franklin-Simpson and Bowling Green meeting in Monday's first game.

Mar 1, 2017

Auditions for Logan's Got Talent scheduled

From Donna Wilkerson: "Audition spots are now available for this year’s “Logan’s Got Talent!” All Logan County residents are invited to audition for the show, including singers, comedians, dancers, instrumentalists, unusual acts – anyone who has a family-friendly talent act. Auditions will be held on Tuesday, March 21, at the Old Logan County Courthouse. To schedule your audition slot, call Russellville Arts Council member April Kutzman at (270) 772-7478. There is no charge to try out for the show. The showcase event will be held on Friday, March 24, at the Old Logan County Courthouse at 7 p.m.. Tickets are $5 and will be available at the door.

Mar 1, 2017

Dennis Pardue coaches his 300th win

Former Russellville High School basketball coach and Auburn High athlete Dennis Pardue was honored this season for winning his 300th game as a head coach. He is currently coaching the Kenwood Knights in the Clarksville area. He previously coached Todd Central, Russellville and Garrard County. His record with the Panthers was 141-89 in eight seasons. Dennis and Diane Pardue continue to live in the Auburn area.


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