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Owensboro High School (Owensboro,KY)

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Jan AdelmanOF6-3220RR1942-11-22Owensboro,KY1965- 61- 803-HOU---Mississippi
Joe DevineP6-2180RR1989-05-02Blue Island,ILNCAA2010-2010Kentucky, Wabash Valley College
Jonathan Hedges1B6-5230RR1990-04-30Owensboro,KY2009- 43-1302-MINNCAA2011-2012Olney Central College, Indiana State
Neil HollandP5-11180RR1988-08-14Owensboro,KY2010- 11- 326-WASAAA2008-2017Louisville
Isaac HumphreyOF6-3200LL---Calhoun,KY---Louisville
Oscar JamesOF------------------1970- 32- 736-NYA------
Logan Johnson3B-C5-9180LR1983-11-22Louisville,KY2007- 20- 629-CHAA+2004-2010Louisville
Mark KingP6-1195RR---Owensboro,KY1976- 1- 23-CINA+1977-1978---
Justin MarksP6-3180LL1988-01-12Owensboro,KY2009- 3- 92-OAKMLB2014-20172007-2017Louisville
Jacob MulcahyOF-1B6-2215RR---Henderson,KYNCAA2018-2021Bellarmine
Ryan RogersP6-1220LL1990-04-08Whitesville,KYIndy2013-2015Lindsey Wilson College, Wabash Valley College
Larry ShawnP------------------1965- 19- 368-NYA------
Jacob SmithP-C6-4210LL1985-10-01Owensboro,KY2007- 45-1326-BALA2005-2010Brescia University, Louisville
Cole SturgeonRF-CF6-0170LL1991-09-17Owensboro,KY2014- 10- 314-BOSAAA2011-2021Louisville
Brandon WilsonSS-2B6-1170RR1969-02-26Charlottesville,VA1990- 18- 483-CHAAAA1989-1999Kentucky
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New OHS coach

Jake Fiorella has been named the new head coach of the Owensboro High School baseball team, OHS athletic director Todd Harper announced in an introductory ceremony Sunday afternoon at the school.

Fiorella takes the reins of the Red Devils after spending the last four years as head coach at Louisville Male, where he helped the Bulldogs go 88-32 (.733 winning percentage) with one district title and three region tournament appearances.

Even with that success, Fiorella couldn’t resist the opportunity to return to OHS, where he was a 2004 graduate.

“We’re really excited about this opportunity,” he said. “I know there’s a lot of growth to happen within the program, but I feel like we’ve got the right people in place. We’ve got a good plan to get this thing going.

“There’s a lot of work to do, but we’re excited about that work and we’re excited about that process starting. I hope to get that going as soon as our feet hit the ground here in Owensboro.”

The decision to move came about when Fiorella and his wife, Erin, had a baby three months ago. They’d been looking for a way to get back to western Kentucky when the opportunity presented itself.

“My wife and I were really interested in getting back to Owensboro,” he said. “Raising our family here in this city was really important to us, and it’s all just kind of fell into place. I was looking for teaching jobs here, I applied for a couple and then the coaching job came open.

“It just seemed like the perfect storm for us to go all in for this great opportunity, and that’s what we did. We’re still trying to piece it together, but we’re excited for sure.”

He even cut a recent family vacation to Florida short so he could be in town for the interview, despite Harper and the hiring committee insisting they could work around his schedule.

“I think that speaks volumes to how much he wants to be part of this community, how much he wants to be back here, to be a Red Devil,” Harper said. “That’s not why he got the job. He got the job for a lot of different reasons.”

Prior to his tenure at Male, Fiorella was the head coach at Louisville Waggener for five years, an assistant coach at Louisville Manual for five years and had one-year stops at Louisville Ballard and Apollo.

According to Harper, veteran Male athletic director John Kelsey couldn’t have said nicer things about Fiorella.

“He said that Jake is as good of a coach as he’s ever had,” Harper said. “He went on to say that in his opinion, Jake is the best baseball coach in the state.”

With administrators, players, parents and fans in attendance Sunday, Fiorella took the time to meet with every one of them — and even had a message for his team.

“To the players: I’m going to push you hard,” he said. “It’s going to be tough, but you’re going to be loved. That’s important, and that’s what it takes to build a program. I have every confidence that this program is going to get to the heights that it was. You look up on the wall — state championships, regional championships — we’ll be competing for those for years to come.”

Before that can happen, however, Fiorella knows he’ll have to help develop a program that went 6-21 last season with one of the youngest overall teams in school history.

“The most important thing is the way we play, the way we conduct ourselves, the way we prepare,” he said. “If we focus on these things, and caring about one another, the wins are going to take care of themselves. I truly believe that.

“If we can establish a strong culture of work and care for one another and have integrity and character, we’re going to win. It doesn’t matter who we have, it doesn’t matter if they’re eighth graders or if they’re seniors, I feel very confident that we can do that.”

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Lady Devils roll to victory

Lady Devils roll to victory

Alyrica Hughes scored a game-high 15 points, and the Owensboro High School girls basketball team used balanced contributions and stifling defense to take a 42-22 win over McLean County in the Independence Bank Kentucky-Indiana Classic on Tuesday at the Sportscenter.

Daviess holds off Union

Adylan Ayer scored 13 points, Zoey Beehn posted 12 points, and Daviess County held off late-surging Union County for a 52-48 girls basketball victory in the Independence Bank Kentucky-Indiana …

Aces edge Butler County 50-48

Ji Webb scored a game-high 18 points to help Owensboro Catholic hold off Butler County for a 50-48 win Saturday in Morgantown.

Beatty leads E-Gals past OHS

Shelbie Beatty scored 18 points to help Apollo High School capture a 66-53 win over district rival Owensboro on Friday night at OHS.

Apollo bowling sweeps OHS

The Apollo High School bowling teams claimed a pair of victories against Owensboro on Wednesday at Diamond Lanes South.

Trinity boys outlast Apollo 92-81

Whitesville Trinity won a wild boys basketball shootout over Apollo High School, 92-81, Tuesday night at the Horn Community Center.

Owensboro boys top HH, 92-74

Owensboro High School stopped Heritage Hills (Ind.) 92-74 at the OHS gym on Saturday.

OHS edges Lady Mustangs, 45-44

Alyrica Hughes poured in 25 points to lead Owensboro High School to a 45-44 girls basketball victory over Muhlenberg County on Tuesday in Greenville.

Owensboro football found success, 12 wins

Owensboro High School could have let Gavin Wimsatt’s departure after three games for Rutgers be the defining moment for its football team.

Red Devils fall in state semis

LEXINGTON — The host Broncos were simply too much for Owensboro High School to overcome Friday night.

OHS, Douglass, set for third clash

With a nod to the epic Ali-Frazier boxing trilogy of the 1970s, two heavyweights in KHSAA Class 5-A football — Owensboro and Frederick Douglass — meet in the state semifinals on Friday in Lexington.

Lineman a versatile force for Devils' 'D'

Lineman a versatile force for Devils' 'D'

Owensboro High School put together one of Kentucky’s most opportunistic, hardest-hitting, quick-to-the-football defenses this fall, and versatile junior lineman Jeremiah Goodwin was consistent…

Red Devils prepping for state semis

Red Devils prepping for state semis

The Owensboro High School Red Devils are headed to the KHSAA Class 5-A football playoff semifinals for the third straight year.

Streaking Red Devils ready for more

Streaking Red Devils ready for more

Coming off one of their most impressive all-around performances of the season, the Owensboro Red Devils are eager to take the next step towards a KHSAA Class 5-A championship when upstart Bull…

Coaches deserve kudos for elite seasons

The high school football teams at Owensboro, Daviess County and Owensboro Catholic are still alive as the KHSAA playoffs enter the third round this weekend, and the respective head coaches and…

State quarters loom over City-County squads

Three City-County teams are still alive in the quarterfinals of the KHSAA football playoffs, and all three will look to continue their postseason marches later this week against stiff competition.

Red Devils rout Eagles, 43-0

Once they picked up steam Friday night, the No. 3 Red Devils couldn’t be stopped.

Devils eye tough battle with Graves

Devils eye tough battle with Graves

Coming off a lopsided 42-7 rout of visiting Grayson County in last week’s opening round of the KHSAA Class 5-A football playoffs, Owensboro faces a much tougher challenge on Friday when distri…

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Owensboro High School

School in Owensboro, Daviess, Kentucky, United States

Owensboro High School is a public high school located at 1800 Frederica Street in Owensboro, Kentucky, United States. The school's digital newspaper is The Digital Devil.[2] Owensboro High School is one of only 33 high schools in Kentucky to be listed among the "Best High Schools 2009 Search" published in U.S. News & World Report in December 2009.[citation needed] This was the second consecutive year that OHS has received this distinction.[citation needed]


OHS owns 29 state titles in team sports including football, boys' basketball, baseball, girls' track, and cheerleading. Other sports include tennis, golf, cross-country, swimming, and wrestling.[3] The sports teams and other organizations are usually titled "Red Devils." The swim team is the "Devilfish". Ordell, a red blob-like devil with horns and a tail, is the school's anthropomorphic mascot. The primary school colors are red and black, and the secondary color is white.

The Rose Curtain Players[edit]

The Rose Curtain Players is a drama group associated with Owensboro High School. It is the oldest high school drama program in Kentucky.[4] Notable alumni include Tom Ewell.[5]

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Vince Buck, Former NFL Player[6]
  • Tom Ewell, actor[5]
  • William Gant, Kentucky Supreme Court justice[7]
  • Cliff Hagan, University of Kentucky All-American, NBA player and Naismith Hall of Fame member[8]
  • Mark Higgs, Former NFL Player
  • Dave Watkins, Former MLB Catcher for Philadelphia Phillies
  • Aric Holman, Texas Legends center[9]
  • Christine Johnson Smith, Broadway actress who originated the role of Nettie Fowler of Carousel[10]
  • Justin Miller, NFL player for the Detroit Lions[11]
  • Kevin Olusola, Member of Pentatonix[12]
  • Bobby Watson, University of Kentucky player, NBA player[13]
  • Ken Willis, Former NFL Player[14]


  1. ^ abc"Owensboro High School". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved October 8, 2020.
  2. ^"Digital Devil, Whose News? Our News. What News? Owenboro's". digitaldevil.org.
  3. ^"School Details". arbiterlive.com.
  4. ^Melnik, Laurie. "Drama at Owensboro High School"(PDF). arts.ms.gov. University of Tennessee, Chattanooga. p. 57.
  5. ^ ab"Owensboro in the Golden Age of Hollywood". Owensboro Living Magazine. May 28, 2015.
  6. ^"Buck, Vincent Lamont "Vince" · Notable Kentucky African Americans Database". nkaa.uky.edu. University of Kentucky Libraries.
  7. ^Hunt, Steve (October 4, 1990). "Justice Retiring: William Gant has served judicial system since '50s". The Messenger-Inquirer. Owensboro, Kentucky.
  8. ^"Cliff Hagan". Kentucky High School Basketball Hall of Fame. 23 March 2016.
  9. ^Jones, Steve (May 21, 2015). "Holman to sign with Miss. State, coach says". The Courier-Journal.
  10. ^"Hometown Hero of the week: Christine Johnson Smith". Owensboro Living Magazine. September 18, 2014.
  11. ^"Justin Miller Stats". Pro-Football-Reference.com.
  12. ^Grant, Erin (August 9, 2017). "Owensboro Native and Grammy Winner Kevin Olusola Shares School Memories". WBKR.
  13. ^"Watson, part of UK's '51 NCAA title team, dies". The Courier-Journal. February 2, 2017.
  14. ^"Ken Willis Stats". Pro-Football-Reference.com.

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