Johnson Central

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Johnson Central Golden Eagles
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Location:
Paintsville, KY
Club President None
Coaches Brenda Porter
State Championships none
National Championships 2009 NTAE
National Appearances HSNCT: 2003, 2004
NAC: 2000, 2001
NTAE: 2009
Program Status Active
School Size 1093

Johnson Central High School is located in Paintsville, Kentucky. It notably won the 2009 NTAE, which turned out to be the last incarnation of the tournament known as PAC.

As of the 2014-2015 season, the team is head coached by Brenda Porter and assistant coached by 2008 alum Shawn Butcher.

History

Johnson Central is traditionally a KAAC Academic Team. The first instance of Johnson Central competing at KAAC State is believed to be 1994, and has since amassed several Top 3 finishes in Quick Recall (including the 2009 Quick Recall State Championship) and numerous second place finishes in Overall competition, although an overall state championship still eludes them.

Active Players

  • Alec Salyer (Senior)
  • Jake Halsey (Senior)
  • Michael Hamilton (Senior)
  • Trevor Blevins ((Senior)
  • Leah Blair (Sophomore)
  • Sahara LaForce (Senior)
  • Lexie Layne (Senior)
  • Mahalie Stapleton (Junior)
  • Caitlin Crace (Junior)
  • Elijah Conley (Freshman)
  • Megan Owens (Freshman)
  • Peyton Duncan (Freshman)
  • Hunter Roark (Freshman)
  • Brandon Fairchild (Freshman)
  • Jolene Fairchild (Freshman)
  • Caree Meek (Freshman)
  • Bryson Blevins (Freshman)
  • Alison Flowers (Freshman)


Noted Alumni

  • Katie McMahan (2015)
  • Kathryn Branham (2015)
  • Clay Davenport (2014)
  • Andrew Salyer (2012)
  • Alex Lester (2012)
  • Cole Sites (2012)
  • Faiyad Mannan (2011)
  • Brad Cantrell (2011)
  • Josh Gray (2011)
  • Alex McCulla (2011)
  • Abeer Sikder (2010)
  • Josh Collins (2009)
  • Shawn Butcher (2008)
  • Kevin Cantrell (2007)
  • Matt Spencer (2007)
  • Chase Brown (2006)
  • Shefa Sikder (2005)
  • Keri Borden (2005)
  • Kelly Crislip (2004)
  • Jon Hale (2004)
  • Josh Daniel (2003)
  • Swathi Rao (2003)

Accomplishments

  • 2001 - KAAC State Overall Third Place
  • 2002 - KAAC Quick Recall State Runner-Up
  • 2003 - KAAC Quick Recall State Runner-Up
  • 2003 - KAAC State Overall Third Place
  • 2004 - Pikeville Jr. Varsity Quick Recall Invitational Champion
  • 2004 - KAAC State Quick Recall Runner-Up
  • 2006 - Vanderbilt ABC 5th Place
  • 2006 - KAAC State Quick Recall Third Place
  • 2006 - Ezell-Harding Academic Tournament Quarter-Finalist
  • 2007 - KAAC State Overall Runner-Up
  • 2008 - KAAC State Overall Third Place
  • 2009 - Ezell-Harding Academic Tournament Semi-Finalist
  • 2009 - KAAC State Overall Runner-Up
  • 2009 - KAAC Quick Recall State Champion
  • 2009 - NTAE National Champion
  • 2010 - Fleming County Academic Tournament Champion
  • 2010 - Vanderbilt ABC XL Champion
  • 2010 - Hart County Invitational Tournament Champion
  • 2010 - KAAC State Overall Runner-Up
  • 2010 - KAAC Quick Recall State Runner-Up
  • 2011 - Ezell-Harding Academic Tournament Runner-Up
  • 2011 - KAAC Quick Recall State Runner-Up
  • 2012 - Fleming County Academic Tournament Third Place
  • 2013 - Ezell-Harding Academic Tournament Semi-Finalist
  • 2013 - Louisville Arts & Sciences Academic Challenge Fourth Place
  • 2013 - Hart County Invitational Tournament Champion
  • 2014 - Fleming County Academic Tournament Champion
  • 2014 - KAAC Quick Recall State Third Place
  • 2015 - Fleming County Academic Tournament Champion
  • 2015 - KAAC Quick Recall Fourth Place