Sweet Sixteen emotions


Photos by Jeff Drummond Harlan County was well represented on Wednesday in the state tournament at Rupp Arena as several busloads of students made the trip, including Kacie Russell (left), Taylor Johnson and Christian Hall, who cheered the Black Bears on during the game against Scott. Harlan County fell behind early and a second-half comeback fell short as the Eagles claimed a 77-65 win.


Cameron Carmical (left), David Turner and Tyrese Simmons watched the final seconds from the HCHS bench. The Bears finished the year with a 31-4 record and the program’s first 13th Region Tournament title.


Photos by Jeff Drummond

Harlan County was well represented on Wednesday in the state tournament at Rupp Arena as several busloads of students made the trip, including Kacie Russell (left), Taylor Johnson and Christian Hall, who cheered the Black Bears on during the game against Scott. Harlan County fell behind early and a second-half comeback fell short as the Eagles claimed a 77-65 win.

Cameron Carmical (left), David Turner and Tyrese Simmons watched the final seconds from the HCHS bench. The Bears finished the year with a 31-4 record and the program’s first 13th Region Tournament title.

Photos by Jeff Drummond Harlan County was well represented on Wednesday in the state tournament at Rupp Arena as several busloads of students made the trip, including Kacie Russell (left), Taylor Johnson and Christian Hall, who cheered the Black Bears on during the game against Scott. Harlan County fell behind early and a second-half comeback fell short as the Eagles claimed a 77-65 win.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_JD-Kacie-Russell-Taylor-Johnson-and-Christian-Hall-1.jpgPhotos by Jeff Drummond Harlan County was well represented on Wednesday in the state tournament at Rupp Arena as several busloads of students made the trip, including Kacie Russell (left), Taylor Johnson and Christian Hall, who cheered the Black Bears on during the game against Scott. Harlan County fell behind early and a second-half comeback fell short as the Eagles claimed a 77-65 win.

Cameron Carmical (left), David Turner and Tyrese Simmons watched the final seconds from the HCHS bench. The Bears finished the year with a 31-4 record and the program’s first 13th Region Tournament title.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_JD-Carmical-Turner-and-Simmons-1.jpgCameron Carmical (left), David Turner and Tyrese Simmons watched the final seconds from the HCHS bench. The Bears finished the year with a 31-4 record and the program’s first 13th Region Tournament title.
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