Sharaye Kincer became the first female player in the short history of Letcher County Central High School to reach the 1,000 point club. She achieved the milestone in a 55-34 win over Perry Central in the first round of the girls’ 14th Region tournament, scoring 13 points and gathering 10 rebounds. This helped improve her team’s record to 27 wins against only 4 losses this season.
Kincer has garnered 800 rebounds, collected 240 steals, and handed out 164 assists in helping LCC to a record of 83 wins and 38 losses in her four years as a Lady Cougar. She is currently the LCC career leader for points, rebounds, steals, deflections, and blocks. She’s been selected to numerous all tournament teams, all district teams, all region teams, and all star teams.
Kincer has been chosen Player of the Year in the 14th Region by the Kentucky Association of Basketball Coaches. This honor is given to the top senior in each region as chosen by the coaches. She will attend a reception given for all region winners at the state tournament in Bowling Green. She will also be recognized at a game during the state tournament and participate in the KABC East-West All Star Game on Saturday afternoon at Warren Central High School.
Kincer plans to attend Alice Lloyd College.