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Tuesday Headlines: Tre Mitchell gives back at Franklin County Basketball Camp

Cool to see the players giving back in the area.

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It’s always really cool to see Kentucky Wildcats student-athletes giving back to the local area.

And just recently, we saw one of the newest Wildcats, Tre Mitchell, doing just that.

Mitchell’s stepfather, Tony Bergeron, was recently named the head basketball coach at Franklin County High School last month, and the Flyers held a youth basketball camp last weekend.

The special guest? Tre Mitchell.

Mitchell came to the camp and spoke to the young campers there, as well as signing autographs for the kids. He even had all the campers sign his shirt.

Mitchell drew a lot of attention in Canada for his on-court production, and he figures to be a key piece for this Kentucky Basketball team this upcoming season, but it also seems like he’s aiming to make a difference off-the-court as well, and that’s something we love to see.

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The Leary-Brown connection will be a fun one.


Tre Mitchell gives back at Franklin County Flyers Camp - KSR

Before the fall semester begins for the Wildcats, Tre Mitchell is doing his part to help out in the Frankfort community

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Former UK Track standout Alexis Holmes made waves on Saturday - Herald Leader

Really cool to see.

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He’s probably not wrong.

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The show is getting a new face.

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Strong words.

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Despite losing a lot, Georgia still has a ton of talent.