The History of Kentucky’s 9th Region Boys Basketball

The 9th Region Champions Since 1939

1939 – Covington
1940 – Newport
1941 – Dayton
1942 – Walton
1943 – Dayton
1944 – Dayton
1945 – Covington
1946 – Campbell County
1947 – Dixie Heights
1948 – Holmes
1949 – Bellevue
1950 – Newport
1951 – Holmes
1952 – Newport
1953 – Newport Central Catholic
1954 – Newport
1955 – Newport
1956 – Boone County
1957 – Dixie Heights
1958 – Grant
1959 – Grant
1960 – Campbell County
1961 – Grant
1962 – Newport
1963 – Newport Central Catholic
1964 – Grant
1965 – Covington Holy Cross
1966 – Newport Central Catholic
1967 – Covington Catholic
1968 – Covington Catholic
1969 – Covington Catholic
1970 – Covington Catholic
1971 – Covington Catholic
1972 – Covington Holy Cross
1973 – Newport Central Catholic
1974 – Newport Central Catholic
1975 – Newport Central Catholic
1976 – Holmes
1977 – Holmes
1978 – Holmes
1979 – Highlands
1980 – Holmes
1981 – Simon Kenton
1982 – Highlands
1983 – Highlands
1984 – Newport Central Catholic
1985 – Boone County
1986 – Highlands
1987 – Highlands
1988 – Holmes
1989 – Scott
1990 – Holmes
1991 – Covington Holy Cross
1992 – Covington Catholic
1993 – Conner
1994 – Covington Holy Cross
1995 – Simon Kenton
1996 – Boone County
1997 – Highlands
1998 – Highlands
1999 – Highlands
2000 – Newport Central Catholic
2001 – Highlands
2002 – Ryle
2003 – St. Henry
2004 – Covington Catholic
2005 – Holmes
2006 – Covington Catholic
2007 – Holmes
2008 – Holmes
2009 – Holmes
2010 – Newport
2011 – Dixie
2012 – Boone
2013 – Holmes
2014 – Covington Catholic

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