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Mike Vandermause column: Kestly's presence still felt at Pulaski

Legendary coach led Red Raiders to 1975, '89 state tournaments

10:04 PM, Mar. 6, 2013
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It's been 16 years since Fred Kestly patrolled the sidelines as the Pulaski boys basketball coach, but his presence is still felt.

The fieldhouse where the Red Raiders play their home games is named after the legendary coach. His son, Steve, serves as an assistant coach at Pulaski. His grandson, Chaz, is a member of the state tournament-bound Red Raiders team.

And this week, Pulaski head coach Dave Shaw embraced Pulaski's illustrious basketball past by inviting Kestly to speak to the team. ...

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