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Russell ace ready for Rio Grande
Russell pitcher Mallory Powell has left many batters seeing red on the softball field.
On Friday afternoon, Powell agreed to wear red after she signed a letter of intent to play for the University of Rio Grande RedStorm during a ceremony in the Russell High School library.
VIDEO: Raceland football captures first regional championship
Raceland's football team defeated Pikeville, 14-3, on Friday night at Rams Stadium for the program's first-ever regional championship.
AARON SNYDER: Both have fire, but which has power?
Losing to Pikeville in the second round last season had a lasting effect on this Raceland group.
Stickler sticks with soccer for Pikeville
The college choice wasn’t difficult to make for Megan Stickler, but there was more to the decision.
The two-sport standout at East Carter appeared to have a chance to play both basketball and soccer at the University of Pikeville.
Stickler went with soccer. She signed with UPike at East Carter High School on Thursday
Can't dodge these Rams
A single preseason switch set the wheels in motion, initiating the creation of a colossal defensive line for a Class A program.
MONDAY MORNING QUARTERBACK: Fell for it like a rookie
You’d think after six years of covering Kentucky high school football, I would stop making rookie mistakes.
MSU rises to OT occasion
Morehead State men’s basketball coach Sean Woods raised his hands in the air and shouted over the crowd after the final horn went off in Sunday’s game against Marshall.
Beach, Raceland roll past Paintsville, 42-12
Even on a rainy night, Raceland wasn’t about to slip up on a chance to advance to its first regional football final since 2009.
The Rams scored 28 consecutive points on the way to a 42-12 semifinal victory over Paintsville on Friday night.
Highlands routs Ashland, 56-6
Ashland’s football season began in August in northern Campbell County.
It ended there Friday.
Six-time Class 4A state champion Highlands overwhelmed the Tomcats, 56-6, in a second-round running-clock game at David Cecil Memorial Stadium behind senior quarterback Drew Houliston’s 238 passing yards and five touchdown passes.
Johnson Central goes down
After a year of making play after play, the well ran dry for Johnson Central on Friday night.
The Golden Eagles were shut out in the second half and fell to Covington Catholic, 42-14, in the Class 4A region semifinals in Paintsville.
After opening the game with a 72-yard scoring drive, Johnson Central managed just one more touchdown the rest of the night.
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