MORGANFIELD, Ky. — They couldn’t shake Pepper, but with a balanced diet of offensive distribution and a hint of defensive pressure, the three-time defending regional champion Hopkinsville boys’ basketball team got one step closer to Rupp on Sunday afternoon with a 77-60 win over Caldwell Cou…
LEXINGTON -- Lynn Bowden is ready for the next phase of his football career and declared for the NFL Draft Monday.
While it was still an hour away, former Christian County Lady Colonel Trinitee Jackson was back home.
LEXINGTON -- Kentucky has regrouped by winning four straight since a humbling 67-74 loss to Evansville nearly a month ago.
The Christian County wrestling program has been trending upward the last several years and that won't change this season when the Colonels hit the mat for the first time Saturday at the King of the Bluegrass at Fairdale.
After making the NCAA DIII Sweet Sixteen for the first time in program history last week, the Centre College Colonels made history again Sunday after they advanced to the Final Four Dec. 6 in Greensboro, North Carolina.
While the Hopkinsville Tigers still have a bad taste in their mouths after the loss Saturday to Madisonville-North Hopkins in the second round of the KHSAA Class 4A State Playoffs, the Tigers still have plenty to look forward to as several standouts return next season.
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Three straight 3-pointers from Denisha Randolph late in the fourth quarter propelled the Dawson Springs Lady Panthers to a 55-49 win at home over Lyon County.
Ask Kentucky recruiting coordinator Vince Marrow how good Lynn Bowden is and he'll quickly tell you that if he's not the best player in the country, he's certainly one of the top three.
After suffering a buzzer-beater loss to Fort Campbell on Thursday and a devastating defeat at the hands of Webster County on Monday, the Dawson Springs Panthers boys basketball team won handily Tuesday at Livingston Central.
Lyon County was part of a record Kentucky deer harvest of 107,039 deer during the 16-day modern gun season that concluded Nov. 24. More than 1,000 of those were taken locally.
After ending a dominant run at the regional tournament in Marion this spring, the Webster County Lady Trojans came into the 2019-20 season with high hopes, but the competition has proven to be tough, resulting in a slow 1-2 record…
The Christian County Colonels had big plays from their starters and their bench Tuesday as they picked up a victory over Henderson County in the season opener.
The Brescia women's cross country team concluded its season at the River States Conference Championship at Schenley Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on Nov. 9. The young Brescia team, which features six freshmen, raced its way to a tenth place finish…
The 2019 version of Oakland City University volleyball saw their fair share of struggles. But the closet is not left bare by any means. With a new leader in head coach Amy McNamara, and a strong group of returning players,…
After wrapping up the regular season a couple of weeks ago, the Midway University men's cross country team was back in action on Nov. 9 when the team traveled to Pittsburgh, Pa., for the River States Conference Championship.
The Midway University men's cross country team wrapped up their regular season on Oct. 26 when they traveled to nearby Wilmore, Ky. to run in the Asbury Invitational.
Both Webster County and McLean County's offenses came out strong to open up Friday night's game as a touchdown was scored on five out of the game's first six possessions.
Considering the fact that Webster County has no juniors or seniors on roster, the Lady Trojans had a proficient showing at the Class AA state meet at Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington on Saturday as the team placed 24th out…
Last year Webster County cross country coach Todd Whitsell and his Trojans had to watch four other teams go up on stage at the Class AA state meet and accept their trophy for finishing in the top four.
To beat good football teams, it's imperative to play well for most of the game. To beat great football teams, it's vital to play well for 48 minutes, and the Hopkinsville Tigers fell just short of that mark Friday night at the Stadium of Champions.