• Bill Caine, Woodford Sun Sports

KHSAA making district changes

The KHSAA Board of Control voted to move Woodford County High School from the 41st district to the 30th district for the 2019-20 season. The move would put the Yellow Jackets in the 8th Region.

Under the the voted proposal on Wednesday, Nov. 15 , the 41st district would keep the Frankfort schools in place and add Scott County and Great Crossing which is the new high school being built in Scott County. Woodford County would join the 30th district, which currently is made up of Anderson County, Collins, Shelby County and Spencer County.

“We knew with a new school coming to Scott County that there would be some changes,” said Woodford County Schools Superintendent Scott Hawkins. “It made sense to move Woodford County because you don;t want to move one of the Frankfort schools nor should we separate the Scott County schools. It made the most sense to move Woodford County to the 8th Region. The final vote will come in January but I'm confident that this will work out for the best.”

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