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Anthony Epps will be Campbellsville High School’s next boys’ basketball coach

A former Kentucky National Champion will be back on the sidelines in the Commonwealth this fall.

Once a star for Marion County, Anthony Epps will remain in the Fifth Region. Following Tim Davis’ retirement, Epps will be the next boys’ head basketball coach at Campbellsville High School. His daughter and fellow UK great, Makayla Epps, congratulated her pops on Twitter.

Epps scored 881 career points playing for Rick Pitino’s Kentucky Wildcats between 1993-97. He was named to the All-Regional Team during UK’s run to a National Title in 1996. Epps nearly lifted the Cats to back-to-back titles with a late three-pointer that forced overtime in the 1997 Championship game against Arizona.

Best of luck to Epps and his Eagles when they hit the hardwood this fall.

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Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

5 Comments for Anthony Epps will be Campbellsville High School’s next boys’ basketball coach



  1. Smyrna_Cat
    11:12 am April 22, 2019 Permalink

    Woo hoo!



    • DeepSouthCat
      7:52 pm April 22, 2019 Permalink

      The article implies that Anthony hasn’t been coaching. He has been the girls head coach at Campbellsville for multiple seasons. Before that he was the boys head coach at his alma mater, Marion County, and was an assistant on the girls staff when his daughter played. He is not “returning to coaching”. He’s just moving back to the boys side.



  2. BlueJay
    11:38 am April 22, 2019 Permalink

    THOSE UNIFORMS!!!



  3. CatBlue in LR
    7:06 pm April 22, 2019 Permalink

    That sure is a skinny Antoine Walker in that photo!



  4. Jesus H. Chrysler
    7:15 pm April 22, 2019 Permalink

    Skinny Walker?! U haven’t seen Epps lately, uh?