Clay County Coach Bobby Keith, front, and players rode through Manchester on a fire truck in celebration of the Tigers winning the 1987 boys’ Sweet Sixteen championship. It was the first boys’ basketball state title for a team from the Eastern Kentucky mountains since Carr Creek in 1956.
Clay County Coach Bobby Keith, front, and players rode through Manchester on a fire truck in celebration of the Tigers winning the 1987 boys’ Sweet Sixteen championship. It was the first boys’ basketball state title for a team from the Eastern Kentucky mountains since Carr Creek in 1956. Breck Smither
Clay County Coach Bobby Keith, front, and players rode through Manchester on a fire truck in celebration of the Tigers winning the 1987 boys’ Sweet Sixteen championship. It was the first boys’ basketball state title for a team from the Eastern Kentucky mountains since Carr Creek in 1956. Breck Smither

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