H.S. BASKETBALL | Finalists for Kentucky's Mr. & Miss Basketball Revealed

02/17/2017 06:01 PM

The finalists for this year’s Kentucky Mr. and Miss Basketball have been revealed.

Mr. and Miss Basketball each recognize the best basketball senior in high school boys and girls basketball. Twenty boys and 18 girls are finalists on their respective lists.

Here is a list of the boys basketball finalists:

Chris Vogt – Graves County
Tray Hollowell – University Heights
Jaylen Sebree – Christian County
Zach Hopewell – Apollo
Pedro Bradshaw – Russellville
Tavin Lovan – Franklin-Simpson
Terry Taylor – Bowling Green
Tony Jackson – North Hardin
Jaylon Hall – Doss
Clivonte Patterson – Ballard
Jo Griffin – South Oldham
Cole VonHandorf – Covington Catholic
Jake Ohmer – Scott
Taveion Hollingsworth – Dunbar
Peyton Gover – Southwestern
Peyton Broughton – North Laurel
Torell Carter – Letcher County Central
Timmy Dalton – Lawrence County
Trenton Russell – Magoffin County
Hayden Roe – West Carter

Here is a list of the girls basketball finalists:

Hannah Langhi – Marshall County
Alisha Owens – Henderson County
Lily Grimes – Breckinridge County
Elli Bartley – Glasgow
MacKenzie Coleman – Metcalfe County
Jada Stinson – Elizabethtown
Lindsey Duvall – Bullitt East
Jaelynn Penn – Butler
Tonysha Curry – Manual
Kaylee Clifford – Trimble County
Allyson Johnson – Beechwood
Whitney O’Mara – Mason County
Princess Stewart – Franklin County
Emmie Harris – Boyle County
Jordan Brock – Harlan
McKenzie Flynn – Estill County
Ali May – Johnson Central
Maggie Jachimczuk – Russell

Mr. and Miss Basketball will each be revealed on March 14 at a ceremony in Lexington.

Andrew Chernoff

Andrew is a sports anchor and sports managing editor for Spectrum News. He covers sports all across the state of Kentucky for Sports Night, which airs weeknights at 6:30 and 10:30 on Spectrum News. Andrew was a sports anchor and reporter at KFDM/KBTV in Beaumont, Texas for four years before making the move back home to the Midwest. He is originally from Carmel, Indiana and majored in broadcast journalism and political science at Syracuse University.

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