Here’s a review of the questions:
- What is the name of the private boys’ high school in Louisville that was attended by football stars Carwell Gardner, Brian Brohm and Rob Bironas, as well as Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and infamous attorney Daryl “The Hammer” Isaacs?
- This South Louisville suburb is located on the former site of a summer resort built around a shaded ridge called Muldraugh Hill in 1874. It is now home to over 25,000 residents. What is its name?
- Who was the Kentucky-born football coach at U of L from 1946 to 1968, and regarded as the winningest coach in the history of the school’s football program?
And here are the answers:
- Since 1957, Trinity High School, in Louisville’s St. Matthews neighborhood, has been preparing young men for successful future endeavors. As School President Dr. Robert Mullen states, “Our mission from the day we opened has been to serve the broadest population possible. We are proud of the academic, geographic, racial, ethnic, and economic diversity found in our school. Our doors will remain wide open for those who seek a caring community of teachers and learners, rooted in the Gospel message of Jesus Christ.” Their emphasis on athletics alongside academics has produced a nationally recognized football program, which includes numerous NFL players. The school also excels in cross-country and lacrosse, with major emphasis placed on a heated competition with crosstown rivals Xavier High School.
- Pleasure Ridge Park, or PRP as it is commonly called, was originally settled by German and Irish immigrants. They built Andrews Church in 1851, and the street that runs past the site, St. Andrews Church Road, carries on its legacy. Its history as a resort destination lends it an air of old-fashioned summers in the country. The area has grown steadily since the 1950’s. In 1984, PRP successfully blocked an attempt by the City of Shively to annex PRP.
- Frank Camp was born Edward Franklin Camp in 1905 in the tiny town of Trenton, KY. He played college ball at Transylvania University in Lexington and had only coached high school football before taking the job at Louisville. He coached NFL greats Johnny Unitas and Lenny Lyles while at U of L, and helped the program to achieve national prominence, including winning the Sun Bowl Championship in 1957. Camp died at the age of 80 in 1986, in his adopted hometown of Louisville.
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