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HVA’s Ratliff taking hoops skills to Bryan


Dominic Ratliff, Hardin Valley Academy standout basketball guard and the team’s leading scorer the past two seasons, signed scholarship papers with Bryan College, an NAIA school in Dayton, during a May 5 ceremony in HVA library. “I felt it was a perfect fit for me,” said Ratliff, a 6-foot, 175-pound projected point guard, adding Bryan head coach Don Rekoske “said he can make me a better player. ... And it’s closer to home, and my mom works right down the street.” Rekoske said he thinks Ratliff, 18, “is an outstanding player.” Keith Galloway, HVA head coach, told a gathering of family and friends, “You guys know how great Dominic is.” Seated alongside Ratliff are his father, Dexter Ratliff, and younger brother, Myles, 12. Standing in back, from left, are Galloway, HVA athletics director George Ashe and Rekoske. Not pictured are Ratliff’s mother, Bridgette Ratliff, and stepmother, Ronda Ratliff.



 

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