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A Record-Breaker Among Us

Kewaunee Care Center activities director was outstanding high school and college basketball player

12:51 PM, Jan. 24, 2013
Shelly (Coyle) Carmichael with her parents, Pat and Sandy Coyle, the night she scored her 2,000th career point for River Valley High School.
Shelly (Coyle) Carmichael with her parents, Pat and Sandy Coyle, the night she scored her 2,000th career point for River Valley High School.
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Later this year, Kewaunee resident Shelly Carmichael will be inducted into the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame.

In the mid-1980s, Carmichael - then known as Shelly Coyle - was sinking baskets at a record pace for River Valley High School in Spring Green. She was the first girl in the state of Wisconsin ever to score 2,000 points. It was an achievement that was widely publicized and even landed her in the pages of Sports Illustrated.

Carmichael's basketball skills and work ethic brought her to Iowa State University. She scored 1,002 points in her collegiate career, and in ...

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