After a standout career at Bowling Green High School, Austin Peay State University wide receiver DeAngelo Wilson has proved he more than belongs at the DI level being named a finalist for the FCS Offensive Player of the Year.
The Bowling Green High School girls basketball team advanced to the quarterfinal round of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Sweet 16 state tournament after winning a double-overtime thriller 50-48 over Bishop Brossart on April 7.
The Bowling Green boys basketball season came to an end in a tough 61-53 loss to Ballard in the KHSAA Sweet 16 quarterfinals. Though the team ended short of its goals, the season will be one for Purples faithful to remember.
In their first KHSAA Sweet 16 game since winning the championship in 2017, the Bowling Green Purples handled the University Heights Blazers in an 85-57 first round victory.
With both the men’s and women’s basketball teams winning Region 4 titles, Bowling Green High School became the first team in Region 4 history to have both programs make the KHSAA Sweet 16 multiple times.
Former Bowling Green High School football stars Justice and Jordan Dingle will be joining forces once again in the commonwealth when the brothers bring their talents to the University of Kentucky this fall following Justice’s transfer and Jordan’s commitment this past December.
Bowling Green Purple senior guard Isaiah Mason was recently named the Kentucky Region 4 Player of the Year. Though honored, Mason wants to lead his team to a Sweet 16 appearance before heading to the Northern Kentucky Norse next year.
With many years of success, Bowling Green High School’s cheerleading team has had many victories from cheering on state champions to winning some on their own. In February, the team added a new feat to its accomplishments, winning a national championship.