King named McDonald’s All-American nominee
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Feb 18, 2009 | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Trigg County High School senior Jonathan King has been named a McDonald’s All-American nominee. The McDonald’s All-American all-star team is scheduled to be announced Wednesday (Feb. 18). King, one of the 2nd Region’s top boys’ basketball players, was recognized prior to Friday night’s Trigg County home game.

A breakdown of the latest Kentucky McDonald’s All-American nominees follows. Darren Ballou, Adair County; OJ Bell, Louisville Male; Cameron Clemmons, Louisville Doss; Matt Clevenger, Pikeville; Garrison Collins, June Buchanan; Chase Cox, Taylor County; Wesley Cox, Louisville Ballard; Josh Crawford, Corbin; Courtney Dalcourt, Franklin-Simpson; Andrew Donovan, Franklin County; Eric Dunlap, Oldham County; Ethan Faulkner, Elliot County; Evan Faulkner, Elliot County; Jonathan Ferguson, Elliot County; Nick Fudge, Adair County; Phillip Hayes, Allen County-Scottsville; Jon Hood, Madisonville-North Hopkins; Nick Hudson, Lexington Dunbar; Jacob Jenkins, Louisville Manual; Chuck Jones, Hopkins County Central; Jonathan King, Trigg County; Leonard Macon, Taylor County; Steven McFarland, Boone County; Barrett Meyer, Franklin County; Russ Middleton, Mason County; Montrell Morones, Lexington Bryan Station; CJ Penny, Anderson County; Richie Phares, Scott County; Jordan Reves, Jeffersontown; Vee Sanfort, Lexington Catholic; Mike Satterwhite, Western Hills; Dayvon Sloan, Louisville Wagner; Ethan Spurlin, Lincoln County; James David Strange, Pineville; Aaron Wilson, Fulton Independent; Ridge Wilson, Louisville Central; Bryon Wright, Paducah Tilghman.
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