Designed to benefit both aspiring athletes and the local community, the fourth annual “Passing for a Purpose” quarterback/wide receiver camp will be held at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium on the Harlan County High School campus on May 30,...
The 13th Region Tennis Tournament kicked off in high style at Harlan County High School on Friday, as the area's top singles and doubles players squared off in the first round.
Henson's 2-hitterlifts Patriots to win
Kylie Noah came to the plate five times Tuesday at Red Bird and scored five times, leading a 16-hit attack as Harlan pummeled the Lady Cardinals 30-0 in a three-inning game.
The Harlan County tennis teams have had a busy week in the countdown to the 13th Region Tournament, as they hosted Bell County on Monday and Clay County on Tuesday. The boys won both matches, while the girls split the two.
Riding a four-game losing streak with five players away on their senior trip, the Middlesboro Lady Jackets looked like a prime upset suspect Thursday at Harlan.
With Tia King and Haley Blakley combining for six hits and nine RBIs, the Harlan County Lady Bears continued their recent offensive explosion in a 20-9 win Wednesday at Claiborne, Tenn.
In a nine-game winning streak, the Harlan County Black Bears recorded several impressive victories as they slowly established themselves as one of the 13th Region's best teams.
Kacie Russell continues to make her case as the 13th Region's best newcomer of 2015, showing off her power at the plate and on the mound in leading Harlan County to a 16-0 win Tuesday at Bell County.
Picking a player to receive the traditional game ball was such a difficult job Wednesday for Harlan coach Robbie Burns after the Green Dragons' hard fought 7-6 win over visiting Bell County that he decided not to choose.
Madison Noe may have been just a little too fast for her own good in the sixth inning of Monday's district clash against visiting Bell County.
Destinee Jenkins and Kacie Russell each pitched one-hit shutouts and Harlan County exploded for 28 runs in a doubleheader sweep of visiting Pineville on Monday as the Lady Bears won 15-0 in three innings in the first game and 13-0 in five innings in...
Zach Doss picked the perfect time to break out of a mini-slump that had extended through his first three at bats Tuesday against visiting Knott Central.
When they were struggling through a five-game losing streak recently, coach Russell Melton and the Leslie County Eagles didn't have to look far to identify their biggest problem. The Eagles averaged just over two runs per game in their five-game...
The Harlan County RAP second- and third-grade team has participated in several tournaments in Kentucky and Tennessee. The team will close its season on Saturday at Harlan County High School with a one-day shootout. Team members include, from left,...
Photos by Kim Creech
The Harlan County boys tennis team traveled to Barbourville on Friday and avenged a season-opening loss, as the Black Bears beat the Tigers 7-2 the second time around.
Gage Burkhart worked the Harlan County Black Bears out of trouble from the mound in the top of the seventh inning, then won it at the plate in the bottom of the inning as the Bears clinched the top seed in next month's 52nd District Tournament...
Leslie County rolled to championships in both the boys and girls divisions at the Leslie Open on Tuesday in Hyden.
A four-run sixth inning proved to be the difference as Harlan rallied for a 6-3 win Thursday at Williamsburg.
MIDDLESBORO — No team in the 13th Region has lost more quality pitching over the past two seasons than the Harlan County Black Bears, which meant the big question going into the 2015 season centered around whether sophomore lefthander Jared...
Three weeks of spring football for the Harlan County Black will conclude Friday with a spring game at Coal Miners Memorial Stadium.
Price's 1-hitter sendsPatriots past Harlan
With a five-day break since they last played and a showdown coming up Friday at Middlesboro, the Harlan County Black Bears were in need of a game.
An error and another misplayed ball opened the door for the Middlesboro Lady Jackets to score five runs in the bottom of the fourth inning to tie Thursday's game against Harlan County. MHS added two runs in the sixth and held for a 7-6 win in...