| Overall UK Wins: 11 | Overall UK Losses: 4 | Win % 73.3 |
For a generalized listing of officials, please consult this page.
|2/16/1960||Vanderbilt at Kentucky||W||68 - 60||20||24||34||32||1||1||-||Ott Anderson and Lyle Varnell|
|3/5/1960||Pittsburgh at Kentucky||W||73 - 66||19||21||29||27||0||2||-||Max Macon and Lyle Varnell|
|2/7/1961||Georgia at Kentucky||W||74 - 67||18||19||29||27||0||1||-||George Conley and Lyle Varnell|
|2/13/1961||Kentucky at Mississippi State||W||68 - 62||18||19||29||25||1||1||-||Lyle Varnell and Tobey Pace|
|12/30/1961||Kentucky vs. Notre Dame||W||100 - 53||17||18||24||26||0||1||-||Lyle Varnell and James Enright|
|2/19/1962||Vanderbilt at Kentucky||W||87 - 80||24||26||34||33||2||2||-||Tobey Pace and Lyle Varnell|
|2/26/1962||Kentucky at Auburn||W||63 - 60||15||13||21||19||1||0||-||Tobey Pace and Lyle Varnell|
|12/21/1962||Iowa at Kentucky||W||94 - 69||21||22||32||26||0||1||-||Lyle Varnell and George Strauthers|
|2/2/1963||Florida at Kentucky||W||94 - 71||15||21||30||21||1||2||-||Lyle Varnell and Bill Bailey|
|2/9/1963||Kentucky vs. Mississippi||W||75 - 69||17||14||21||21||0||1||-||Lyle Varnell and Ott Anderson|
|3/2/1963||Kentucky at Tennessee||L||55 - 63||14||11||13||18||1||0||-||Lyle Varnell and Dave Scobey|
|12/22/1964||Kentucky at St. Louis||L||75 - 80||18||19||22||24||1||0||-||Huitt and Varnell|
|1/23/1965||Kentucky at Florida||L||68 - 84||31||23||29||48||3||0||-||Tobey Pace and Lyle Varnell|
|2/16/1965||Kentucky at Vanderbilt||L||90 - 91||19||15||14||24||0||2||-||Lyle Varnell and Charlie Bloodworth|
|12/1/1965||Hardin-Simmons at Kentucky||W||83 - 55||22||25||29||27||0||1||-||Lyle Varnell and Don Souder|
Obituary - findagrave.com
Lyle Page Varnell
ADAMSVILLE - Lyle Page Varnell, 80, retired postmaster after 44 years, died Tuesday at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital after a stroke. Services will be at 2:30 p.m. Friday at First United Methodist Church of Adamsville, where he was a member for 50 years and a Sunday school teacher, with burial in Adamsville Cemetery.
Shackelford Funeral Home in Selmer has charge.
He was past president of Tennessee Postmasters Association and Adamsville Lions Club. He also was past president of Pickwick Electric Cooperative Board and a board member for 31 years. He was a retired Southeastern Conference basketball official after 10 years. He was a member of the board of directors of Farmers and Merchants Bank in Adamsville and a 53-year member of Masonic Lodge 338.
Mr. Varnell, the husband of Loudine Varnell, also leaves a daughter, Jan V. McGee of Memphis; a sister, Gladys Varnell of Adamsville; a brother, Larry Lee Varnell of Denver, Colo.; three half-sisters, Mary Tucker and Peggy Varnell, both of Memphis, and Mattie Owen of Bolivar, and two grandsons.
Burial: Adamsville War Memorial Park AdamsvilleMcNairy Countym Tennessee, USA