Graves County High School baseball coach Khristain Elliott, left, accepts a plaque from GCHS athletic director Doug Gloyd commemorating Elliott’s 200th career victory. He has served as the school’s head baseball coach since 2004. Elliott held the same position at Ballard Memorial High School for three years and was an assistant coach at Ballard the year before that. He describes his style as “National League baseball,” utilizing bunts and stolen bases to grind out runs. A native of Ballard County, Elliott played baseball at Shawnee Community College in Ullin, Ill., before completing a bachelor’s degree in political science at Murray State University. He subsequently earned a master’s degree and in the school year now ending, he earned the status of National Board Certified Teacher. He teaches social studies at GCHS.
Graves High baseball coach wins 200th
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