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Bluegrass Basketball (2002)

TV Movie  -  Documentary  -  11 June 2002 (USA)
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Three 1-hour documentaries that take you on a journey through Appalachia where school boy legends are born in the locker room at Rupp Arena when the remaining 16 high school basketball ... See full summary »

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Three 1-hour documentaries that take you on a journey through Appalachia where school boy legends are born in the locker room at Rupp Arena when the remaining 16 high school basketball teams compete for the coveted State Championship. It is a battle between Catholic, Christian, public, private, city, and county schools, each striving to be the one to bring back a banner and trophy to display in their gym. Tears are shed and dreams are realized for boys whose defining moment of life may be on these hardwood floors. Narrated by Ashley Judd. Written by Mt. Philo Films

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