Smith is back wearing the purple again

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Who's going where on hoop scene

By Bobby Brockman



Chuck Smith looked right at home in purple at the first night of the Forcht Bank Bowl on Aug. 23.
The former Campbellsville High School head coach and University of Kentucky assistant is “helping out” the Bardstown defense this season.
Reportedly, Smith is still drawing a paycheck from UK and would need an additional four years to draw his state retirement if he does not go back into collegiate coaching for the 2014 season.
Smith was head coach at Allen County-Scottsville, after being an assistant at Mercer County. He came to Campbellsville and resurrected the program along with then defensive coordinator Perry Thomas.
Smith turned the Eagle reins over to Thomas, now the head coach at Campbellsville University after a stop at Paducah Tilghman. Smith went on to win numerous state titles at Boyle County before heading to be linebacker coach and recruiting coordinator on Joker Phillips’ staff in Lexington.

Who’s going where
• Trent Milby, who won 208 of 244 games in seven seasons and the 2013 Girls’ State High School Basketball Tournament championship, is the head coach of the Marion County Lady Knights, is the new head coach at Berea  College.
• Brandon Price (John Hardin), Kelton Ford (LaRue County) and Jordan Brewer (Bardstown 2012) have found collegiate basketball homes — Price to Western Kentucky, Ford to Troy with Phil Cunningham and Brewer to Eastern Kentucky.
• Zeke Pinkham, who will be a junior catcher this season at Elizabethtown, has given a verbal commitment to the University of Louisville.