A new high school football season begins Friday and both the Leslie County Eagles and Harlan Green Dragons are determined to quickly put the disappointment of 2013 behind them with a strong performance they hope will set the tone for a better...
Tayton Smith, Stinnett's standout tailback, picked up where he left off last season with a three-touchdown performance Saturday in a 26-14 win over Evarts in seventh- and eighth-grade action at the Mid-Mountain Middle School Athletic Association...
A New Harlan defense that couldn't make a stop last week as Evarts overcame an 18-point deficit in the second half to win 40-36 came up big on the first two plays of the fourth quarter Tuesday with the Patriots clinging to a two-point lead over...
Balanced attack propelsCawood past Green HillsCawood raced to a 22-0 lead after one quarter and rolled to a 48-7 win Monday at Green Hills in seventh- and eighth-grade basketball action.
Harlan coach Tara Posey saw plenty of potential but not enough production in the Lady Dragons' season-opening 16-25, 15-25 loss Monday to visiting Clay County.
There's not a whole lot that's complicated about the AFC South. You have one team that's a lock for first place, two teams that right now earn little more than a never-mind, and then you have a real mystery to unravel.
BARBOURVILLE — After a 34-7 loss to Williamsburg in the Southeastern Kentucky Conference Gridorama, the Harlan Green Dragons can find at least two positives to take out of the scrimmage as they prepare for their season opener Friday at Leslie...
CORBIN — Scrimmages like the Southeastern Kentucky Conference Gridorama are designed to provide a look at what high school football teams need to work on before the games start counting.
Known for her consistency and team-first attitude through a high school career that included back-to-back district championships in 2013 and 2014, Whitney Stevens wasn't ready to give up volleyball as she entered college.
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This week we finish off the NFL's junior circuit, and we might as well start up north.
LOUISVILLE (AP) — First-year Louisville coach Bobby Petrino is well known for his offensive expertise and the high expectations he places on his quarterback to make his multiple sets work.Even in the first week of practice.
Shane Shackleford, an assistant coach for the past decade under both Bill Jones and Russell Thompson, has been named the boys basketball coach at Middlesboro.
CINCINNATI (AP) — Mike Napoli hit a two-run homer and drove in three runs to help the Boston Red Sox wrap up their first winning road trip of more than three games this season with a 5-4 win over the Cincinnati Reds on...
ESPN's 2015 Super Tuesday schedule – showcasing a game from the Big Ten and SEC each Tuesday – will include four games featuring Kentucky.
How impressive was Kentucky in Tuesday's 93-57 exhibition win over the Puerto Rican Reserves in Nassau?
Balanced offense sends Evarts to win in openerLed by 21 points from Morgan Blakley, 15 from Savanna Smith and 12 from Dixie Ewing, Evarts won its season opener by rolling past Cumberland 51-17 on Tuesday in Cumberland.
Evarts ends droughtBy John HensonSports Editor
The University of Kentucky men's basketball team improved to 2-0 during a preseason exhibition trip to the Bahamas with an 81-58 victory Monday over Champagne Chalons-Reims Basket.
When Aaron and Andrew Harrison approached Kentucky coach John Calipari with their decision to return to Lexington for their sophomore season, the UK boss had a simple message for the twins. A challenge of sorts. And a warning.
Both the Harlan County Black Bears and Harlan Green Dragons will be playing defending state runner-up teams in the Southeastern Kentucky Conference Gridorama this week.
First-year New Harlan coach Brett Johnson found his team's biggest weakness Saturday in the HCHS Bowl, courtesy of the Letcher Central Cougars and quarterback Nicholas Sergent.
Lady Comets open season with winLed by three of the county's top players, the Cawood Lady Comets enter the season as the early favorite in the seventh- and eighth-grade division.
With Tyrese Simmons, Chase Coker and company no longer around to make big plays, the Cumberland Redskins looked to be a team in transition coming into the 2014 season.
Using the same formula of power football that helped them win the Mountain Middle School Athletic Association league championship a year ago, the Evarts Wildcats opened defense of their title with a 32-0 win over Cumberland in the HCHS Bowl at Coal...