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MORGANFIELD, Ky. — One year ago, as a member of the University Heights boys’ basketball team, LeDonald Gray scored 30 points in the regional tournament and went toe-to-toe with David Simmons in a semifinal thriller.

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The University Heights Academy Blazers (12-7) claimed a 69-35 victory over Raceland in the All “A” State Tournament Thursday night at Eastern Kentucky University.

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When Devin Leary and Ray Davis were looking at their potential landing spots in the NCAA transfer portal, no program stood out quite like Kentucky did.

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The Hoptown Hoppers have announced that local businessman Danny Roberts is the team’s new General Manager.Roberts is Vice-President of Operations at BryMak & Associates, a longtime Hoppers fan and staunch community supporter.Roberts is the team’s fourth GM in franchise history.

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The Hopkinsville Tigers (8-12) claimed a 90-47 victory over the Fort Campbell Falcons (4-13) Tuesday night. The Tigers’ next game is tonight as they host Lyon County with tipoff set for 7:30 p.m. The Falcons’ next game is tonight as they hit the road to take on the Christian County Colonels …

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The Christian County Colonels (11-9) claimed an 82-52 victory on Saturday over the Hopkinsville Tigers (7-12) in the second and final regular season crosstown rivalry game between the two schools.

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The University Heights Academy Blazers (11-6) took down Madisonville-North Hopkins 62-41. Their next scheduled game is Thursday Jan. 26 at the All “A” State Tournament against Raceland at McBrayer Arena on the campus of Eastern Kentucky University with tipoff set for 8 p.m.

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Three guards in the lineup have been the way to go for Kentucky as it has looked for more outside scoring. Cason Wallace, Antonio Reeves and CJ Fredrick have been more productive of late, which has heated up the debate over Sahvir Wheeler’s role.

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The 2023 NFL Draft is still more than three months away, but as the season begins winding down, talks of the upcoming draft have only picked up steam.

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Western Kentucky’s basketball team was sent back to the drawing board on Monday night by Florida Atlantic, a poised outfit that rolled into E.A. Diddle Arena and dismantled the Hilltoppers, 76-62 — proving to one and all why they are ranked among the nation’s Top 25 for the first time in pro…

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The University Heights Blazers (7-6) stunned Lyon County 74-64 Tuesday night in the 2nd Region All “A” Classic to advance to the next round where they’ll take on the Crittenden County Rockets Friday Jan. 13 at Caldwell County with tipoff set for 7:30 p.m.

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The Heritage Christian Academy Warriors (3-9) claimed a 65-49 victory over Livingston Central Tuesday night. The Warriors had three players score in double figures with Jason Leek leading the way with 15 points including five from the line to go with seven rebounds. Manny Diaz had 14 points …

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LEXINGTON — In what has been a year of a disappointment thus far, Kentucky may have hit rock bottom Tuesday as it lost 71-68 to last-place South Carolina in a game it trailed all night to fall to 10-6 overall, 1-3 in conference play and suffer its first home loss of the season.

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The Trigg County Lady Wildcats (5-8) claimed a 51-31 victory Monday night over Kenwood of Clarksville, Tennessee. Their next game is Friday Jan. 13 as they hit the road to take on Dawson Springs with tipoff set for 6 p.m.

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The Christian County Colonels (8-7) claimed a 57-55 victory Friday night at the buzzer over the University Heights Academy Blazers (6-6). It was a back-and-forth affair Friday night at Christian County as the Colonels floated home the winning shot as time expired to extinguish the Blazers in…

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The Christian County Lady Colonels grabbed a 67-43 victory over University Heights on Friday. The Lady Colonels had two players score in double figures with Anaysia Bagwell leading the way with 26 points including three from beyond the arc and three from the charity stripe to go with three r…

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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Kentucky’s struggles away from home continued Saturday as the Wildcats were steamrolled 78-52 by No. 7 Alabama at the Coleman Coliseum.

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The Christian County Lady Colonels fell short at home Thursday night to the Crittenden County Lady Rockets 50-47. The Lady Colonels found themselves down eight to nothing early on but got eventually started clawing away at the deficit and at one point finding themselves down 10, but they’d r…

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Madisonville native Kenny White Jr. had six points, one steal and five defensive rebounds to help the Murray State Racers beat the Bradley Braves 67-58 on Wednesday night in Missouri Valley Conference men’s basketball action .

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The Hopkinsville Tigers (5-8) fell 62-52 to Henderson County Tuesday night in a game that saw them with multiple scoring chances, but shots that just wouldn’t fall. Turnovers were also a downfall Tuesday night with passes that fell through their hands being bobbled on the receiving end. The …

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The Christian County Colonels (7-7) claimed a 65-31 victory over Caldwell County Tuesday night. Their next game is Friday Jan. 6 as they host the University Heights Blazers with tipoff at 7:30 p.m.

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The University Heights Blazers (5-5) claimed a 64-50 victory Friday night over Muhlenberg County in the Henderson Chevrolet, Buick, GMC Classic. Their next game is Friday, Jan. 6 as they hit the road to take on Christian County with tipoff at 7:30 p.m.

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The Christian County Colonels claimed an 89-56 victory Thursday night over Maplewood of Tennessee in the Overton Christmas Classic. Their next scheduled game is Tuesday Jan. 3 when they host Caldwell County with tipoff at 7 p.m.

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The Tennessee Titans (7-9) hosted the Dallas Cowboys (12-4) on Thursday night in their final home game of the regular season and fell 27-13. With quarterback Ryan Tannehill out on the injured reserve list due to an injured ankle and Malik Willis held out, the Titans turned to newly signed Jo…

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The Todd Central Rebels (7-5) claimed a 74-47 victory over the Trigg County Wildcats (7-4) on Tuesday in the KME Classic. The Rebels had four players score in double figures with Jamison Glass grabbing the team’s lone double-double, grabbing 19 points with one from the charity stripe and 15 …

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