St. X, Sacred Heart top 2014-15 with 3 KHSAA team titles each

St. X, Sacred Heart top 2014-15 with 3 KHSAA team titles each

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St. X, Sacred Heart top 2014-15 with 3 KHSAA team titles each

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The Kentucky High School Athletic Association awarded 43 team state championships during the 2014-15 school year.

Here’s a look at which schools won the most:

 

THREE

Sacred Heart (girls 3-A cross country, girls golf, girls swimming and diving)

St. Xavier (boys golf, boys swimming and diving, boys tennis)

 

TWO

Bishop Brossart (boys A cross country, boys A track and field)

Bullitt East (competitive cheer all-girl small, competitive cheer co-ed A)

Henry Clay (boys 3-A track and field, boys bowling)

Highlands (4-A football, 2-A girls cross country)

McCracken County (softball, girls tennis)

North Oldham (boys 2-A cross country, girls 2-A track and field)

St. Henry (girls A cross country, girls A track and field)

South Oldham (boys 3-A cross country, girls soccer)

 

ONE

Assumption (field hockey)

Belfry (3-A football)

Bowling Green (boys soccer)

Bryan Station (girls 3-A track and field)

Conner (competitive cheer all-girl super)

Corbin (competitive cheer all-girl large)

Covington Holy Cross (girls basketball)

DeSales (2-A football)

Fern Creek (wrestling)

Graves County (competitive cheer co-ed B)

Greenup County (competitive cheer all-girl medium)

Mayfield (A football)

Mercy (volleyball)

Muhlenberg County (bass fishing)

Owensboro (boys basketball)

Paducah Tilghman (boys 2-A track and field)

Pleasure Ridge Park (girls bowling)

Pulaski County (5-A football)

Trigg County (archery)

Trinity (6-A football)

West Jessamine (baseball)

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