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January 30, 2014 5:59 PM

High school notebook: Change to Mr., Miss Basketball process raises questions

I understand that the Kentucky Lions Eye Foundation, in conjunction with the Bluegrass Sports Commission, is trying to revive interest in the Kentucky-Indiana All-Star series that has been on life-support for several years. It hopes one way to do that is by adding some pop to the Mr. and Miss Basketball awards. But I'm not sure fast-tracking the process is the right way.

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