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04/19/2016
Spring’s Sentinel

In the winter months I can see a solitary pine tree at the end of the ridge behind my house. This tree really stands out in the first rays of sunrise and the last rays of sunset. This evergreen tree is a reminder that winter will soon pass. This lonely tree reminds me that the beautiful green leaves that surrounded it last spring will return in all their glory. The snows have fallen and the floodwaters have risen, but now the beautiful green leaves and blooms of spring are returning. Thomas O. more on this story...  

04/19/2016
High School Baseball/Softball roundup: Valley roughs up East Ridge; JC rolls

LICK CREEK — Shelby Valley erupted for seven runs in the top of the first inning and cruised to a 13-2 win over East Ridge in a game played at the Reservation on April 14. Winning pitcher Jacob Beverly had two hits, including a triple, scored twice and drove in four runs as the Wildcats improved to 9-7. Jackson Wirewille added two hits, scored and knocked in one run while Jordan Osborne doubled, scored two runs and batted in one. Jordan Hampton had two hits, scored a pair of runs and had more on this story...  

04/15/2016
PRESTONSBURG High School All ‘A’ BASEBALL CHAMPS: Superintendent webb congrats all ‘A’ Classic champs

Floyd County Superintendent Dr. Henry Webb congratulates Prestonsburg High School baseball team and Coach Hager and his staff on becoming the 15th Region Touchstone Energy All “A” Champions. Dr. Webb comments, “The board team and I want to congratulate PHS on their win over Pikeville High School. With nine wins this season already, this team is showing how practice, dedication and hard work gets results. ” PHS will play the 16th regional champs (pending). The 16th region also hosts this year’s sectional game with the winner advancing All ‘A’ more on this story...  

04/15/2016
High School Baseball/Softball roundup : Pikeville, AC win big; Belfry nips Valley

LICK CREEK — Pikeville pounded out 14 hits and rolled to a 22-1 win over East Ridge in a game played at the Reservation on April 12. Michael McDonald hit a home run, scored twice and drove in a pair of runs as the Panthers improved to 8-6. Peyton Hamilton doubled, singled, scored three times and knocked home four runs while Tanner Roop doubled, scored three runs and batted in two. Tyler Collins had two hits, including a double, scored twice and had three RBIs to back the pitcher of winner Christian Tackett. more on this story...  

04/15/2016
Bailey cruises, Peluffo powers win at Berea

BEREA — Josh Bailey allowed just two runs over six innings and Mike Peluffo scored three runs on three hits to lift the University of Pikeville baseball team over Berea 11-2 in a non-conference road trip on Wednesday. UPIKE (21-17) outhit Berea (10-17) 13-7 and played error free in the field. The Bears led just 3-2 after the second inning but went on to outscore the Mountaineers 8-0 the rest of the way. Peluffo led all batters with a 3-for-4 performance at the dish, adding a double, RBI and drawing a more on this story...  

04/15/2016
UNIVERSITY OF PIKEVILLE BASEBALL: Bears split doubleheader at St. Cath

ST. CATHARINE — University of Pikeville took a 5-3 victory in the opener of a doubleheader to split with St. Catharine in Mid-South Conference action played at Edelen-Haydon Field on April 10. Justin Beatty and Mike Peluffo belted home runs and both drove in two runs as the Bears improved to 20-16 with the win. Travis Haen added two hits, scored and batted in one run. Bryce Carden was the winning pitcher. In the nightcap, Josh Bailey had two hits, including a double and scored, but St. more on this story...  

04/07/2016
High School Baseball roundup: Valley, Pikeville, P’ville advance in All A

ROBINSON CREEK — Shelby Valley erupted for 11 runs in the second inning and the Wildcats went on to beat East Ridge, 15-1, in an All “A” Classic game played at Dale Trivette Field on April 5. Austin Elswick had three hits, including a double, scored three runs and drove in a pair as Shelby Valley improved to 8-5. Winning pitcher Jacob Beverly tripled, scored three times and knocked in four runs. Ty Riddle tripled, scored and batted in two. Chris Little had two hits for the Warriors, now 3-9. Jacob Clark singled more on this story...  

04/01/2016
Lady Panthers sweep field

OWINGSVILLE — Pikeville High School captured the Lady Cat Invitational played at Bath County High School with a 10-4 win over Lewis County on March 26. The Lady Panthers, now 6-1, used a six-run, third inning, taking advantage of four Lewis County errors to break the game open. Savanna Nunemaker and winning pitcher Erica Conn each doubled. Alexis Stanley reached base three times and scored twice. At Owingsville (Championship Game) SCORE BY INNINGS:                               R-H-E LC (3-4)…. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200  020  0 –   4-6-7 more on this story...  

04/01/2016
High School Softball Roundup

CHARLESTON, S. C. –Pikeville fell behind early against Northside Christian (N. C. ) and never recovered as the Panthers fell 8-4 in the Hanahan Invitational Tournament played at Wando High School on March 30. Tanner Roop, Michael McDonald and Cade Byers each singled and drove home one run apiece. Clay Slone had two hits and scored while Tanner Thompson doubled and scored. Christian Tackett took the loss as Pikeville fell to 5-5. At Charleston, S. C. SCORE BY INNINGS: R-H-E NC (9-2)…. . 130  400  0 – 8-11-0 more on this story...  

04/01/2016
UPIKE softball roundup

PIKEVILLE – University of Pikeville defeated Shawnee State 7-0 to complete a doubleheader sweep in games played at Paul Butcher Field on March 30. Breana Pineda belted a solo home run, singled and scored twice as UPIKE improved to 11-16. Cassandra Javier doubled, singled and scored twice while Mackenzie Summers had three hits, scored and knocked in two runs. Hollie Hinkle had two hits and scored two runs. Alexandra Quill was the winning pitcher. In the opener, UPIKE held off a furious SSU rally in the seven inning more on this story...  

  

04/19/2016
Medical leader’s all-area basketball teams

PIKEVILLE — Shelby Valley’s Hunter Swindall and Jenkins’ Whitney Creech have been named the Medical Leader’s Players of the Year in boys and girls basketball for 2015-16. Swindall averaged 26. 8 points per game for the Wildcats who finished 17-12 while Creech averaged 50. 3 ppg. , in leading the Lady Cavaliers to an 18-15 record and berth in the 14th Region championship game. Swindall is joined on the first team by a trio of other seniors, including South Floyd’s Andrew Tackett (19 ppg. ), Pike Central’s Teddy Smith (15. 6 ppg. ) and Allen Central’s Seth Hall (15. 8 more on this story...  

04/19/2016
McNamee leaving UPIKE for Albany, NY

PIKEVILLE — Joanna McNamee, who led the University of Pikeville women’s basketball program to new heights in just three seasons, accepted the head coach position at Albany, an NCAA Div. I program located in Albany, N. Y. , on Friday. “While we hate to see Joanna go, we wish her nothing but the best moving forward at Albany,” said UPIKE athletic director Robert Staggs. “She did an incredible job here, recruiting quality student-athletes on and off the court. Leading us to a Fab Four and consistently being ranked in the top 25 in such a short time was more on this story...  

04/15/2016
High School Baseball/Softball roundup: Blackcats capture All ‘A’ title

STONECREST — Prestonsburg used an eight-run, second inning to charge ahead of Pikeville and roll to a 12-2 win in the All “A” Classic Tournament championship game played on April 8. Reece Ison  had two hits, including a triple, scored twice and drove in a pair of runs as the Blackcats improved to 9-1. Scott Stapleton added two hits, scored and batted in one run. Wes Hager singled and scored three runs while winning pitcher Grant Martin doubled, scored and had an RBI. Losing pitcher Peyton Hamilton had two hits more on this story...  

04/15/2016
Pikeville tops East Ridge to win All ‘A’ title

STONECREST — Pikeville jumped out to an early lead against East Ridge and the Lady Panthers went on to score a 14-2 victory in the 15th Region All “A” Classic Tournament championship game played on April 8. Alexis Stanley singled, scored two runs and had two stolen bases as Pikeville improved to 12-4. Lindsey McNamee belted a home run while Camryn Slone and Savanna Nunemaker each doubled. Erica Conn was the winning pitcher. Kelsie Slone tripled for the Lady Warriors, now 5-9. Hannah Coleman suffered the loss. more on this story...  

04/15/2016
Banquet honors 15th Region Boys Basketball Team

HONORED: The first-ever 15th Region Coaches Association Banquet was held this  past Sunday at the University of Pikeville cafeteria, honoring players and coaches for their accomplishments this past season. The 15th Region Boys Basketball Team included Robert Dalton, Lawrence County (Player of the Year); Timmy Dalton, Lawrence County; Trenton Russell, Magoffin County; Hunter Swindall, Shelby Valley; Austin Chaffins, Lawrence County;Mason Blair, Johnson Central;Andrew Tackett, South Floyd;Wyatt Battaile, Pikeville; Jaren Lovely, Magoffin County; Teddy Smith, Pike Central; Dalton Frasure, Prestonsburg;Brandon Richardson, Lawrence County;Garrett Fannin, Belfry; Cole Crace, Johnson Central; Seth Hall, Allen Central; and Poppa Trammell, South more on this story...  

04/15/2016
Bears drop 3 of 4 on road trip to St. Cath

ST. CATHARINE — University of Pikeville came up on the short end of a doubleheader as St. Catharine swept the Bears, 15-5, and 9-5, in a Mid-South Conference doubleheader played at Salt River Electric Field on April 10. In the nightcap, Amber Murrell had two hits and drove home two runs while Breana Pineda singled and batted in a pair as the Bears fell to 14-23. Courtney Morgan and Logan Cline each singled and scored twice. Lindsay Floyd suffered the loss. In the opener, Jillian Bohnert blasted a more on this story...  

04/07/2016
High School SOFTBALL roundup: Lady Bat cats blank Phelps, 1-0

ROBINSON CREEK — Shelby Valley’s Mckenzie Johnson allowed just two hits and the Lady Bat Kats scored the game’s only run in the bottom of the first inning in the All “A” Classic game played on April 5. Teneisha Newsome singled and scored as Valley improved to 5-5 and advanced to the semifinals. Krista Hampton tripled and Makenzie Hopkins doubled in the win. Hannah Blankenship and Hannah Layne both singled for the Lady Hornets, now 4-3. Bekka Turner suffered the loss. At Robinson Creek more on this story...  

04/01/2016
Panthers drop pair on break

CHARLESTON, S. C. — Pikeville’s late-game rally against Academic Magnet (S. C. ) came up short as the Panthers fell 5-3 in the Hanahan Invitational Tournament played at Wando High School on March 29. Peyton Hamilton had three hits while Tanner Roop added a pair of singles and scored as Pikeville fell to 5-4. Tyler Elkins and Nate Brown added one hit apiece and each had an RBI. Isaac Lucas suffered the loss. At Charleston, S. C. SCORE BY INNINGS:                               R-H-E PK (5-4)…. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 000  003  0 – more on this story...  

04/01/2016
UPIKE baseball roundup

RIO GRANDE, Ohio – University of Pikeville couldn’t overcome a big deficit as the Bears fell to Rio Grande, (Ohio), 14-9, in a game played at Bob Evans Field on March 29. Connor Osborne had four hits, including a home run and two doubles, scored twice and knocked home five runs as the Bears fell to 16-12. Jacob DiThomas had two hits and batted in two runs while losing pitcher Josh Baily added three hits and scored. Erik Manning doubled, scored twice and had one RBI while Mike Peluffo added two more on this story...  

03/24/2016
Bears historic run ends in semis

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — University of Pikeville’s historic post-season run came to an end in the NAIA National Tournament semifinals as Mid-America Nazarene (KS) held off the Bears down the stretch for a 78-70 win played at Silverstein Eye Center on March 21. UPIKE, which finished its season 26-9, fell behind 12-0 early on and trailed by as many as 19 in the second half before cutting the deficit to four with just over four minutes left. Kelah Eldridge led the Bears with 19 points while Kandice Porter added 17. Aundrea Matchens more on this story...  

 





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