Bears heading to Rupp


John Henson | Daily Enterprise The Harlan County boys basketball team was congratulated by hundreds of their classmates during a Bear Walk in the HCHS gym as part of a sendoff to Rupp Arena for the state tournament. Harlan County guards Cameron Carmical (front) and Taylor Spurlock worked their way through the crowd. Several HCHS students (left) cheered as the basketball players boarded the bus. Harlan County earned its first trip to the Sweet Sixteen by winning the 13th Region Tournament title last week. The Black Bears will play Scott, the champions of the 10th Region, on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.


John Henson | Daily Enterprise The Harlan County boys basketball team was congratulated by hundreds of their classmates during a Bear Walk in the HCHS gym as part of a sendoff to Rupp Arena for the state tournament. Harlan County guards Cameron Carmical (front) and Taylor Spurlock worked their way through the crowd. Several HCHS students (left) cheered as the basketball players boarded the bus. Harlan County earned its first trip to the Sweet Sixteen by winning the 13th Region Tournament title last week. The Black Bears will play Scott, the champions of the 10th Region, on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.


John Henson | Daily Enterprise

The Harlan County boys basketball team was congratulated by hundreds of their classmates during a Bear Walk in the HCHS gym as part of a sendoff to Rupp Arena for the state tournament. Harlan County guards Cameron Carmical (front) and Taylor Spurlock worked their way through the crowd. Several HCHS students (left) cheered as the basketball players boarded the bus. Harlan County earned its first trip to the Sweet Sixteen by winning the 13th Region Tournament title last week. The Black Bears will play Scott, the champions of the 10th Region, on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.

John Henson | Daily Enterprise

The Harlan County boys basketball team was congratulated by hundreds of their classmates during a Bear Walk in the HCHS gym as part of a sendoff to Rupp Arena for the state tournament. Harlan County guards Cameron Carmical (front) and Taylor Spurlock worked their way through the crowd. Several HCHS students (left) cheered as the basketball players boarded the bus. Harlan County earned its first trip to the Sweet Sixteen by winning the 13th Region Tournament title last week. The Black Bears will play Scott, the champions of the 10th Region, on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.

John Henson | Daily Enterprise The Harlan County boys basketball team was congratulated by hundreds of their classmates during a Bear Walk in the HCHS gym as part of a sendoff to Rupp Arena for the state tournament. Harlan County guards Cameron Carmical (front) and Taylor Spurlock worked their way through the crowd. Several HCHS students (left) cheered as the basketball players boarded the bus. Harlan County earned its first trip to the Sweet Sixteen by winning the 13th Region Tournament title last week. The Black Bears will play Scott, the champions of the 10th Region, on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_HCHS-students-celebrating.jpgJohn Henson | Daily Enterprise The Harlan County boys basketball team was congratulated by hundreds of their classmates during a Bear Walk in the HCHS gym as part of a sendoff to Rupp Arena for the state tournament. Harlan County guards Cameron Carmical (front) and Taylor Spurlock worked their way through the crowd. Several HCHS students (left) cheered as the basketball players boarded the bus. Harlan County earned its first trip to the Sweet Sixteen by winning the 13th Region Tournament title last week. The Black Bears will play Scott, the champions of the 10th Region, on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.

John Henson | Daily Enterprise The Harlan County boys basketball team was congratulated by hundreds of their classmates during a Bear Walk in the HCHS gym as part of a sendoff to Rupp Arena for the state tournament. Harlan County guards Cameron Carmical (front) and Taylor Spurlock worked their way through the crowd. Several HCHS students (left) cheered as the basketball players boarded the bus. Harlan County earned its first trip to the Sweet Sixteen by winning the 13th Region Tournament title last week. The Black Bears will play Scott, the champions of the 10th Region, on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_Cameron-Black-Bear-Walk-1.jpgJohn Henson | Daily Enterprise The Harlan County boys basketball team was congratulated by hundreds of their classmates during a Bear Walk in the HCHS gym as part of a sendoff to Rupp Arena for the state tournament. Harlan County guards Cameron Carmical (front) and Taylor Spurlock worked their way through the crowd. Several HCHS students (left) cheered as the basketball players boarded the bus. Harlan County earned its first trip to the Sweet Sixteen by winning the 13th Region Tournament title last week. The Black Bears will play Scott, the champions of the 10th Region, on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
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