Former KHSAA commissioner passes away
The former commissioner of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association has passed away. He was 74.
Born in Cynthiana, Stout became a standout of Cynthiana High School's basketball program. He went on to play for Joe B. Hall in college, and later became the first African American in the state of Kentucky to serve as KHSAA commissioner in 1994. He was also the first African American in the nation to lead a state athletic association.
He was also a former basketball coach at Dunbar High School in Lexington, and later, coach at Tate's Creek. He was currently serving as the president of the Amateur Athletic Union.