ROBINSON CREEK — Pike Central's Brady Adkins scored four goals and assisted on a fifth as the Hawks rolled to a 10-0 win over Shelby Valley in a match played at Teco Field on August 14.


  • Friday Night Lights


    Here is a look at this weekend's high school football games:


    Betsy Layne (0-0)


    vs. Sheldon Clark (0-0)


    Date: August 18


    Site: Bobcat Stadium


    Kickoff: 7:30 p.m.


    Radio: No radio


    Coaches: Scotty McCoy (Betsy Layne); Josh Muncy (Sheldon Clark)


  • Pike County Bowl set for next weekend


    PIKEVILLE – The 33rd annual Pike County Bowl will kick off next Friday night at CAM Stadium in Belfry with two games on tap.


  • Congressman Rogers honors Haywood


    GOODY — The honors continue to pour in for Kentucky's winningest high school football coach.


    Congressman Harold "Hal" Rogers honored Belfry legendary mentor Philip Haywood during a visit to eastern Kentucky on August 3.


  • 43 years later and still loving my job


    Wow, here I am still chasing those Friday Night Lights 43 years later.


    This is without question the most wonderful time of the year, especially if you are a fan of high school football.


  • Evan Faulkner named assistant coach for UPIKE men's basketball


    PIKEVILLE — It took just one season for University of Pikeville men's basketball coach Kelly Wells to promote Evan Faulkner from graduate assistant to full-time assistant coach after a successful 2016-17 campaign.


  • UPIKE names Wheeler assistant women's basketball coach


    PIKEVILLE — After spending the 2016-17 season as a graduate assistant with the University of Pikeville women's basketball team, Shelby Wheeler has been promoted to the full-time assistant coach position, head coach Clifton Williams recently announced.


  • University of Pikeville — Top Sports Stories: Karapandzic's kick lands at No. 1


    PIKEVILLE — The most impressive performance in UPIKE athletics last season was no doubt when Damir Karapandzic sent a 42-yard field goal through the uprights as time expired to give football a 10-7 win at Georgetown and a share of its first Mid-South Conference East Division Championship.


  • JC’s Blanton lead elite squad; Compton wins coach of the year honor for third time


    PIKEVILLE — Johnson Central’s baseball program has been the class of the 15th Region in recent years.


    The Golden Eagles advanced to the state tournament this past season and finished with an overall record of 31-8.


    A big part of JC’s success came from Marshall-signee and shortstop Geordon Blanton.


  • PHS’ Conn leads elite squad; Thomas wins coaching honor


    PIKEVILLE — Pikeville senior pitcher Erika Conn helped guide a dominating Lady Panther squad to the state tournament and first 15th Region championship since 2002.


    Conn was honored this week by being named the Medical Leader’s Player of the Year.