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She’s still not in high school, but Marshall County’s Trinity Beth already has played on two high school state championship teams, placed in the top five twice at the state tourney and been named Kentucky Miss Golf twice.

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Four-star receiver Dane Key intended to finish his senior season at Frederick Douglass High School and enjoy one final season of baseball, a sport he’s always enjoyed and thought at one time he might even play in college.

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Tylon Wilson is the women’s basketball coach at American Indian College in Phoenix but knows plenty about Kentucky freshman guard TyTy Washington.

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It has been over three years since Cassidy Rowe verbally committed to play basketball at the University of Kentucky, but despite all that has happened in that time in other ways it doesn’t feel like it has been that long to her.

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It was about a year ago that Pete Kaffey, program director at Arizona Compass, was telling anyone who would listen just how good point guard TyTy Washington was.

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Bryce Hopkins was a four-star player and consensus top 50 national recruit — he was as high as No. 33 by ESPN — but the 6-7 Kentucky freshman seems to have all the skills that should have made him ranked even higher.

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Even though Kentucky lost 30-13 at No. 1 Georgia, UK recruiting coordinator Vine Marrow thought offensive coordinator Liam Coen “called a great game” against the SEC’s best defense and maybe the nation’s best defense.

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She is only going to be a freshman this season, but Leah Macy already has 12 college basketball scholarship offers. The list includes Kentucky and in-state schools Western Kentucky, Eastern Kentucky and Murray, but she also has offers from Oklahoma, Arizona, Mississippi State, South Florida,…

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If you ask Anwar Stewart about his blocked field goal against Alabama in 1997, he will downplay the significance of what he did. However, he returned that block 68 yards for a touchdown in UK’s overtime win over Alabama that touched off a wild post-game celebration where the goal posts came down.

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He might have the size of a center, but 6-11, 230-pound Kyle Filipowski has the skills that immediately impressed Kentucky coach John Calipari when he saw him play. Wilbraham & Monson Academy (Massachusetts) coach Mike Mannix chuckles when he sees his star player called a center.

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Olaus Alinen believes that the University of Kentucky football coaching staff saw a “great opportunity” when he was offered a scholarship almost a year ago between his freshman and sophomore years of high school.

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The first time Vince Marrow met John Schlarman was 2013 when the two started coaching together at Kentucky. It didn’t take long for Marrow to realize how special Schlarman was.

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Balance is the goal for Kentucky’s offense with new offensive coordinator Liam Coen. He understands how well Kentucky has run the football in recent years and returns a potential star running back in Chris Rodriguez and All-American tackle in Darian Kinnard. He also knows Kentucky needs to a…

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His playing time dropped when Philadelphia got its full roster healthy, but former Kentucky guard Tyrese Maxey has not complained because that’s just not what he does.

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His coach thought Reed Sheppard would be a better player this year and also expected more statewide attention to be focused on him as he did improve.