Warriors News · Four Warriors Earn KHSAA Triple Threat Award

As a means to encourage more athletes to be multi-sport while in school. The KHSAA has begun honoring them with the “Triple Threat Award”.  The program began in 2018 to recognize those students who participate in high school athletics year round.

The award, which is given to those student-athletes who participate in a KHSAA sport or sport-activity on the varsity level during each sports season, which is fall, winter & spring.

Four student-athletes from Eminence High School earned the award for the 2019-20 school year. Student- Athletes must be on the varsity roster of a sport or sport-activity for the school’s team in each of the three sports seasons.
Fall sports are Cross Country, Field Hockey, Football, Golf, Soccer, and Volleyball.

Winter sports are Basketball, Bowling, Competitive Cheer, Dance, Esports 1st half, Swimming and Diving, and Wrestling.

Spring Sports are Archery, Baseball, Bass Fishing, Esports 2nd half, Softball, Tennis, and Track and Field.

The awards are based school’s sports rosters that were submitted to the KHSAA. The following Athletes from Eminence High School are recipients of the KHSAA 2020 Triple Threat Award.  Please take time to congratulate  each of these student-athletes.

Elijah Cook: Football, Basketball & Baseball

Matthew Hamilton: Football, Basketball & Baseball

Faithe Axline: Volleyball, Basketball & Softball

Hunter Gibson: Cross Country, Basketball and Baseball