The Kentucky High School Basketball Hall of Fame is once again participating in the Indiana-Kentucky Hall of Fame Challenge Cup for some of the leading teams from each state.
The one-day event will take place on December 14, 2019, in Georgetown, KY at 2 locations and feature games for both boys and girls teams. The first of seven contests will tip off at 12 p.m., with the last one starting at approximately 8 p.m.
A best-of-seven game format will determine the winner of the 2019 Hall of Fame Challenge Cup, with seven great teams from Indiana going head-to-head with seven great teams from Kentucky.
Times are EST and may vary depending on length of preceding game
December 14, 2019
@ Scott County High School, Georgetown, KY
Kentucky School | Indiana School | Game Time
LaRue County vs Christian Academy of Indiana 2:00 PM boys game
Scott County vs East Central High School 4:00 PM girls game
Scott County vs Jeffersonville High School 6:00 PM boys game
@ Great Crossing High School – Georgetown, KY
Great Crossing vs Cambridge City Lincoln 2:00 PM boys game
Collins High School vs Southridge High School 4:00 PM boys game
Ryle High School vs Silver Creek High 6:00 PM girls game
Great Crossing vs Covenant Christian High 8:00 PM girls game
The Hall of Fame Challenge Cup was played first in 2014 at historic Freedom Hall in Louisville, Ky., site of six NCAA Division 1 championships and 20 Sweet 16 championships and has alternated locations between the two states in subsequent years.
- $8 all-day admission; free for veterans and immediate families
- A traveling trophy will be given to the state winner of the best of seven game format for display in their Hall of Fame. All individual players will receive participant awards.
About the Kentucky High School Basketball Hall of Fame
The Kentucky High School Basketball Hall of Fame launched in 2017 and is supported as a 501(c)(3) non-profit to “honor Kentuckians who shape the game of basketball.” The Hall of Fame offers world-class multi-media exhibits to help players, coaches, parents, cheerleaders and teachers—anyone who loves basketball and Kentucky history—immerse themselves in this incredible sport and tradition.