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02/04/2016
Creech new scoring queen: Winning Miss KY Basketball would cap historic career for Jenkins senior

JENKINS — Jenkins senior Whitney Creech did something Tuesday night that she rarely ever does in a high school basketball game — she hit a three-point goal. Her shot with 3. 5 seconds remaining in regulation tied the Lady Cavaliers game with Paintsville at 74-all, forcing overtime. The rest is Kentucky high school basketball history. Creech went on to score 13 of her team’s 16  points in overtime to lift Jenkins to a come-from-behind 90-87 win over the Lady Tigers. Her career-high 71 points pushed her to the more on this story...  

02/04/2016
Cougars hammer Powell; St. Joe, Mingo fall

ERMINE — Letcher Central’s Austin Banks poured in a game-high 21 points to lead the Cougars to an 80-54 win over Powell County on Jan. 30. Torrell Carter added 19 and Austin Caudill tossed in 11 as LCC improved to 15-5. Austin Napier led Powell County, now 8-11, with 17 points. At Ermine SCORE BY QUARTERS: PC (8-11)…. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9   9  17  19 – 54 LCC (15-5)…. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14  20  17  29 – 80 Scoring: more on this story...  

01/29/2016
UPIKE men fall; women roll on

PIKEVILLE — University of Pikeville lost a 10-point lead with just over 11 minutes to play as bitter-rival Georgetown rallied for an 83-78 win in a Mid-South Conference showdown played at the East Kentucky Exposition Center on Jan. 25. K. K. Simmons poured in a game-high 24 points as the top-ranked Bears fell to 18-2 overall and 5-2 in league play. Christian Leach added 17 and Macari Brooks tossed in 11. Tony Kimbro paced the Tigers, now 17-2 and 5-2 in league play, with 23 points while Deondre McWhorter followed with 19. more on this story...  

01/22/2016
JC, AC, SF, Tug boys post big wins

PAINTSVILLE — Johnson Central’s Mason Blair stripped the nets for a game-high 40 points to power the Golden Eagles to an 84-69 win over cross-town rival Paintsville in a game played on Jan. 16. Cole Crace added 15 as the Golden Eagles improved to 10-7. At Paintsville SCORE BY QUARTERS: HC (8-10). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . …. 13  15  19  22 – 69 JC (10-7)…. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15  27  24  17 – 84 Scoring: Henry County (69) – Jacob Watson 0(2) more on this story...  

01/15/2016
SPORTS – UPIKE men, women roll

ST. CATHARINE – The top-ranked University of Pikeville Bears used clutch free-throw shooting to pull away and beat St. Catharine, 92-79, in a Mid-South Conference game played at the East Kentucky Exposition Cent4er on Jan. 14. Christian Leach led the way for the Bears (17-1) with 19 points while Macari Brooks followed with 17 and Trey Rakes added 16. Colt Chapman added 13. St. Catharine’s Brandon Jones led all scorers with 22 points. At St. Catharine SCORE BY HALVES: UP (17-1)…. 41  51 – more on this story...  

01/15/2016
Lady Kats roll past ER to claim title

PIKEVILLE — Shelby Valley took control early on against East Ridge and went on to score a 42-26 win over East Ridge in the All “A” Classic girls’ 15th Region Tournament championship game played at the East Kentucky Exposition Center on Jan. 10. Cassidi Wright led a trio of Lady Kats (15-2) in double figures with 13 points while Lakyn Mullins followed with 12 and Kayla Newsom added 11. Lesli Fleenor scored seven for the Lady Warriors, now 11-5. At Pikeville (All “A” more on this story...  

01/15/2016
Bobcats fall at SC; Belfry bounces Phelps

WARFIELD — Betsy Layne’s second-half rally against Sheldon Clark came up short as the Bobcats fell 80-72 in a game played at Martin County Middle School Gymnasium on Dec. 12. Kyle Watkins poured in a game-high 29 points and Nathan Hall added 10 as Betsy Layne fell to 6-8. Bradley Dalton led five Cardinals (5-9) in double figures with 22 points. Trent Vanover followed with 14 points and Drew Hatfield added 13. At Warfield SCORE BY QUARTERS: BL more on this story...  

01/08/2016
High School Tournament Roundup: Blazer bounces Pikeville; Valley Cats finish runner-up in PIT

RUSSELL — Pikeville fell behind early on against Ashland Blazer and never recovered as the Tomcats won, 72-54, in the Marvin Meredith Classic played at Russell High School on Jan. 2. Wyatt Battaile led the Panthers (6-7) with a game-high 21 points while Blaine May tossed in 17. Dalton Meade chipped in 10. Chase Villers led the Tomcats (7-3) with 18 points. At Russell (Marvin Meredith Classic) SCORE BY QUARTERS: PK (6-7)…. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12  11  16  15 more on this story...  

12/29/2015
Top Sports Stories — 2015 Panthers return to greatness tops sports

BOWLING GREEN — Pikeville head football coach Chris McNamee knew years ago the feeling of winning a state football championship as a player. Now, he can treasure having not only played for a state championship but coaching his Panthers to one. Pikeville used a strong fourth-quarter surge to pull away and knock off Beechwood, 42-28, in the Class 1A championship game played before 5,800 fans at Houchens Stadium on the campus of Western Kentucky University on Dec. 3. It was the school’s first championship since winning three straight from 1987-89. more on this story...  

12/29/2015
State championship teams dominate elite squad: Paintsville’s Daniel captains defensive unit

PIKEVILLE — Pikeville’s return to greatness ended with a 42-28 victory over Beechwood in the Class 1A state championship game at Western Kentucky University. It was Pikeville’s first state title since 1989. Senior running back Daric Pugh was instrumental in the Panthers’ post-season run. He rushed for 2,690 yards on 198 carries and scored 37 touchdowns, including 35 on the ground. Pugh was honored by being named the Medical Leader’s Player of the Year, edging out Paintsville senior and Kentucky commit Kash Daniel. Daniel more on this story...  

  

02/04/2016
Betsy Layne, Pikeville big winners

PRESTONSBURG – Betsy Layne pulled away from Prestonsburg in the final eight minutes to score a 63-54 win in a 58th District game played at Prestonsburg Fieldhouse on Feb. 3. Zach Hamilton led a balanced scoring attack for the Bobcats, now 9-13, with a game-high 17 points. Jakob Ariaz followed with 15 and Kyle Watkins tossed in 10. Dalton Frasure paced the Blackcats (5-16) with 15 points while Wes Hager fired in 14. At Prestonsburg SCORE BY QUARTERS: BL (9-13)…. 11  14    7  31 – more on this story...  

01/29/2016
Pikeville sweeps ER in district showdown

PIKEVILLE — Pikeville landed three players in double-figure scoring and the Panthers went on to knock off East Ridge, 51-32, in a 59th District battle played at T. W. Oliver Memorial Gymnasium on Jan. 26. Cody Charles led the Panthers, now 8-11, with 17 points while Wyatt Battaile tossed in 15 and Dalton Meade added 11. Michael Conn led all scorers for the Warriors (11-10) with 19 points. Trey Little chipped in eight. At Pikeville SCORE BY QUARTERS: ER (11-10)…. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6    more on this story...  

01/22/2016
Eagles win streak now 8 games

PAINTSVILLE — Here come the Golden Eagles. Johnson Central took an early lead against Knott County Central and went on to score a 67-58 win in a game played on Jan. 19. It was Johnson Central’s eighth straight win after starting the season 3-8. Cole Crace fired in 18 points and Mason Blair added 17 in the win. Isaac Caudill led all scorers with 22 points for the Patriots, now 7-10. At Paintsville SCORE BY QUARTERS: more on this story...  

01/22/2016
Lady Pirates edge Hawks; Pikeville tops Letcher

GOODY — Belfry grabbed the lead late against Pike County Central and held on for a 46-42 win in a 60th District game played on Jan. 15. Kylea Stanley poured in 17 points and Lena Hairston added 15 as the Lady Pirates improved to 6-7. Lyndsey Miler chipped in 10. Madison Mullins led the Lady Hawks, now 8-9, with 12 points and Kaitlyn Keathley tossed in 11 and Jana Branham added 10. At Goody SCORE BY QUARTERS: PCC more on this story...  

01/15/2016
Valley sweeps All ‘A’ Classic: Defense carries Wildcats to win over East Ridge in finals

PIKEVILLE — Shelby Valley’s defensive pressure forced East Ridge into 18 turnovers and the Wildcats cruised to a 63-50 win to capture the All “A” Classic boys’ 15th Region Tournament championship at the East Kentucky Exposition Center on Jan. 12. Hunter Swindall poured in a game-high 32 points as the Wildcats improved to 12-4 and advanced to the state tournament in Frankfort later this month. Lamont Wright, who played much of the night in foul trouble, followed with nine points along with Jacob Beverly, all coming on three-point goals. Trey more on this story...  

01/15/2016
Horton, Kiser headline Class 3A, Region III all-district team

GOODY — Belfry defensive standout Rayquan Horton and Lawrence County quarterback Grant Kiser were selected as Co-Players of the Year for Class 3A, Region III, and District 6’s All-District Team announced last week. Opposing coaches select the teams as well as coach of the year honors. Belfry’s Phillip Haywood, who guided the Pirates to a third straight state championship took the coaching honor. His Pirates finished 14-1, beating Lexington Catholic 43-0 in the title game on Dec. 6. Here is a breakdown of players chose for the elite squad: more on this story...  

01/08/2016
All ‘A’ Classic Roundup: Valley teams advance; ER nips Pikeville

PIKEVILLE — Shelby Valley took control early on and the Wildcats went on to beat Phelps, 71-59, in the All “A” Classic boys’ opening round played at the East Kentucky Exposition Center on Jan. 5. Lamont Wright fired in a team-high 24 points and teammate Hunter Swindall added 16 as the Wildcats advanced to the quarterfinals while improving to 9-4. Blake Hurley paced the Hornets (1-9) with a game-high 25 points and Christian Mounts followed with 17. At Pikeville (All “A” Classic) more on this story...  

01/08/2016
UPIKE men, women score big wins

PIKEVILLE – The second-ranked University of Pikeville Bears shot “lights out” in a 98-63 thumping of Lindsey Wilson College in a Mid-South Conference matchup played at the East Kentucky Exposition Center on Jan. 7. K. K. Simmons led a balanced attack with 20 points while Christian Leach followed with 18 as the Bears improved to 15-1. Macari Brooks and Dmitri Reaves chipped in 11 apiece. Charles Sutton paced the Blue Raiders (11-4) with 14 points. UPIKE built a 20-point, halftime lead and never looked back. At Pikeville more on this story...  

12/29/2015
Medical Leader All-area Football Team: Pugh named Player of the year; Chirico picked Coach of the Year

Here is the 2015 Medical Leader All-Area Football Team: Player of the Year: Daric Pugh, Pikeville Coach of the Year: Joe Chirico, Paintsville OFFENSE QB – Wyatt Battaile, Pikeville, So. QB – Seth Conn, Pike Central, So. RB – Xondre Willis, Belfry, Sr. RB – Dalton Frasure, Prestonsburg, Sr. RB – Chandler Rowe, Shelby Valley, Sr. RB – Kent Phelps, Paintsville, Jr. TE – Cole Bentley, Belfry, Jr. more on this story...  

12/29/2015
High School Basketball Roundup: Panthers nip Irish; Pikeville, JC win

CLARKSBURG, W. Va. — Tug Valley went on the road and earned a hard-fought 58-55 win over Clarksburg Notre Dame in a game played on Dec. 22. Tyler May paced the Panthers, now 3-0, with 16 points while Calvin Blankenship tossed in 10. Notre Dame’s Jarrod West led all scorers with 31 points as the Irish fell to 3-1. At Clarksburg, W. Va. SCORE BY QUARTERS: TV (3-0)…. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14  10  12  22 – 58 CB (3-1)…. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10   6  16  23 – 55 more on this story...  

 





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