The state high school soccer championships will probably be played at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School this fall.
The boys' and girls' state soccer semifinals and finals have been played at Georgetown College's Toyota Stadium the past 14 years, but the KHSAA is trying to finalize a contract that would move this year's final fours to Dunbar.
"Nothing's official yet," KHSAA spokesman Elden May said, "but it's probably going to happen."
May also said that the state wrestling tournament, which has been held in Frankfort's convention center the past 15 years, could be moving to the Kentucky Horse Park's Alltech Arena. A contract is in the works but not yet finalized.
Never miss a local story.
Montgomery Co. coach leaves for new job
Keith Griesser has stepped down after four years as boys' basketball coach at Montgomery County to become dean of students at Royal Spring Middle School in Scott County.
The job change allows Griesser to work near his family. He commuted daily to Mount Sterling from his home in Georgetown, where he lives with his wife and four children.
Griesser, who had an overall record of 71-51 at Montgomery County, leaves the Indians in great shape.
"They've got a chance to make some noise and get to Rupp Arena, not only this coming season, but in the years to come," he said. "The system is in place, and there's talent all the way down to the sixth and seventh grades. Montgomery County is going to be very good for a while."