7 Athletes Being Inducted Into Ky. Hall Of Fame
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Seven athletes are being inducted into the Kentucky Athletic Hall of Fame on Thursday.
They range from the never-nervous freshman center who helped Louisville win the 1986 national championship to the Centre quarterback who scored the only points in an upset of Harvard in 1921.
Former Louisville player Pervis Ellison and All-American Centre quarterback Alvin "Bo" McMillin are joined by three-time Kentucky Derby-winning jockey Calvin Borel, Turfway Park and Kentucky Speedway developer Jerry Carroll, All-American tennis player Julie Ditty of Ashland, Louisville Sacred Heart basketball icon Donna Moir and Bowling Green native Dwayne Woodruff, who played football at Louisville and for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Courier-Journal said plaques recognizing the athletes will be placed in the KFC Yum Center, and proceeds from the banquet will go to Kosair Charities.