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Wildcats, Huskies make unlikely finals pairing
Connecticut and Kentucky couldn’t have met in last year’s championship game and few people gave them a chance to be in this year’s.
PREP BASEBALL/SOFTBALL: Raceland nabs pair of victories
Raceland’s baseball team went 2-for-2 in Saturday’s doubleheader, toppling Portsmouth Clay, 11-1, in six innings before taking down Morgan County, 6-5.
Cherry wins McDowell 5K race
Grayson native Bradley Cherry stayed well ahead of the pack to take first place in the Benji McDowell Memorial 5K race on Sunday.
- Another amazing finish Kentucky defeated Wisconsin 74-73 in the national semifinals on Saturday night, winning again on a late 3-pointer from Aaron Harrison. The Wildcats play for their ninth championship on Monday night against Connecticut.
Kentucky freshmen against UConn comeback players
All those Kentucky freshmen against a Connecticut team already with a few championship rings.
WON and not quite done
No, this was not an instant replay, though it certainly is turning into a highlight loop that Aaron Harrison and his Kentucky teammates could get used to watching.
Hensley-led Kittens make splash on hill
After two rain-splattered days, Ashland and an impressive guest list finally got down to playing softball in the Kitten Spring Invitational on Saturday.
Megan Hensley homered in both of Ashland’s games, including a walk-off shot, as the Kittens beat Cabell Midland 4-3 and then blanked Magoffin County 10-0 in the first high school competition at the new Championship Fastpitch Athletic Complex.
East teammates Marsh, Walker ink with KCU soccer
East Carter senior soccer players Seth Marsh and Ryan Walker get to be teammates for a few more years.
Both of them are staying close to home as they signed letters of intent to play at Kentucky Christian University.
ZACK KLEMME: Leave one-and-done fun to Cal
John Calipari has been quoted time and again saying he’s no fan of the very principle with which he is inextricably linked, the “one-and-done.”
AARON SNYDER: Expect this, Cats fans?
Why don’t Kentucky fans ever rush the floor? Because the Wildcats are supposed to win.
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