As an eighth grader, she finished fourth at the regional cross country meet and helped the team to their first team title in 1981.
Wallace finished in the top ten at the state cross country meet as a sophomore and was a member of Trigg County’s state champion track teams in 1982 and 1983.
On the basketball court, Ginger was the third leading scorer as a freshman. She led the team in scoring her sophomore and senior season. In 1986, her 21.5 points a game set a new school record as did her 539 points.
She still holds the school record for assists in a game (15), assists in a season (167), and single season free throw percentage (79%).
For her career, Wallace scored 1,498 points while shooting 53-percent from the field. Her 125 games played is the second most in TCHS history.
Following her senior season, she was named to the Associated Press All-State team and the Evansville Courier All Western Kentucky team.
She is also the only Trigg County basketball player – boys or girls – to make the Kentucky All-Star basketball team.
She played college basketball for the Air Force Academy where she was a starting guard.