Month: March 2019



Hoosier-to-be Shaw unknown no longer – 4/16/05

Scott County’s 7-foot-2 Jared Carter, who competed in the Two-on-Two Tournament last night, signed with Kentucky this week. “I’m sealed and delivered,” he said. “It’s a big relief to get this off my shoulders.” (SAM UPSHAW JR., THE COURIER-JOURNAL)

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JuJuan Spillman, the two-sport star (football and basketball) from Louisville PRP, was one of the quickest players on the court all weekend, and 6-5 Frankfort guard Tory Robertson was fun to watch. The team has some size with 6-6 Jacob Bream from Male, 6-7 Brennan Votel from Covington Catholic and 6-9 Charlie Gonzalez from Trinity. It was also nice to see Fairdale gridiron star Maurice Grinter on the court. He plays bigger than his 6-3 frame

Rondo Want Senior Year At Oak Hill
All-State basketball player Rajon Rondo will leave Kentucky for his senior year of high school. He told The Courier-Journal yesterday that he has filled out his application to attend Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wilson, Va.. He’s awaiting word that he has been accepted. The 6-foot-2 guard, who played three seasons at Eastern High School, said he expects to be at Oak Hill school next year. Rondo, who averaged 27.6 points a game as a junior, was a member of The C-J’s All-State first team and was the Seventh Region Player of the Year. (The Courier Journal) 

5/9/03 – The K.B.F. Staff would like to give a special Thanks The Kentuckiana Fellowship of Christian Athletes for coming over and sharing about Jesus Christ and the greatest story ever told at Executive Inn East/West game where over 180 players got to showcase their skills.
Most people do not know it but the Fellowship of Christian Athletes was founded by an old basketball coach in the 1950’s at Oklahoma State University.


Ross Nelter pictured with his dad was named 2003 Kentucky’s Mr. Basketball and was also the leading vote getter for the All-Star Squad. In November Ross Neltner signed with L.S.U. and is seen here with his Dad at the 2002 A.B.C.D. camp in New Jersey.



The K.B.F. staff would like to thank The Darrell Griffith Foundation for his support in 2003 and giving back to the community. Thanks Griff.