Eugene “Boxhead” Rawlings, No. 54, and the Clay County Tigers celebrated in Rupp Arena after beating Ballard 76-73 in overtime to claim the 1987 Boys’ Sweet Sixteen championship.
Eugene “Boxhead” Rawlings, No. 54, and the Clay County Tigers celebrated in Rupp Arena after beating Ballard 76-73 in overtime to claim the 1987 Boys’ Sweet Sixteen championship. Herald-Leader file photo
Eugene “Boxhead” Rawlings, No. 54, and the Clay County Tigers celebrated in Rupp Arena after beating Ballard 76-73 in overtime to claim the 1987 Boys’ Sweet Sixteen championship. Herald-Leader file photo

30 years later, Clay County’s ‘Boxhead’ Rawlings relishes his Sweet Sixteen heroics

March 13, 2017 6:39 PM

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