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WEHS Athletic Hall of Fame

Warren East High School's Athletic Hall of Fame grew by five members with an induction ceremony between games of a girl-boy basketball doubleheader on January 26 in the WEHS gymnasium.

This year's inductees:


Jerry Lee Britt, a boys' basketball standout who played on three regional-champion teams in the 1970s and scored 1,715 points for his career. Britt, a member of the Kentucky All-Star Team in 1975, played at Western Kentucky University.


Heather Coulter Ross, a state-champion distance runner who was also a star in softball. Coulter Ross, now a teacher in the Warren County school system, was a member of three state-champion cross country teams at WEHS and won an individual state championship in 2003. An All-Region softball player, she was a member of the 2002 regional-champion Lady Raiders. Coulter Ross earned a track/cross country scholarship to WKU and twice earned All-Sun Belt Conference honors.


Charles Lewis, a 1982 WEHS graduate who is being inducted as a Contributor. Lewis has been Warren East's official scorer for basketball since 1988 and the official scorer for football since 1990. He has been the official scorer for more than 700 WEHS athletic contests and also serves as official scorer at WKU.


Ashley Rainey, who scored more than 3,000 points and grabbed more than 1,500 rebounds during an outstanding career as a member of the Lady Raider basketball team. Rainey was a First Team All-State player who enjoyed an outstanding career at Lindsey Wilson College. She is third all-time in career scoring at Lindsey Wilson and second in rebounding.


Greg Worthington, a multi-sport star who was the first Warren East football player to earn All-State honors. Worthington, who played quarterback, fullback, running back and linebacker during his WEHS career, made the All-State Team in 1977. Also a standout in basketball and track, Worthington played football at Murray State University.


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