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Bulldogs fall to Belfry in 2nd round

GOODY — Quick strike Belfry fended off visiting Lawrence County on Friday night, defeating the Bulldogs 48-6 in the second round of the Class 3A State Playoffs at CAM Stadium. ...subscribers>>

Covington Catholic passes past Johnson Central

PAINTSVILLE — Covington Catholic made numerous big plays and took advantage of several Johnson Central miscues to defeat the Golden Eagles 45-15 Friday night in the second round of the Class 4A state playoffs at Golden Eagle Field. ...subscribers>>
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Shooting Stars win in first outing

PAINTSVILLE — Shooting Stars, a 4th grade travel basketball team from Johnson County, opened their 2012-2013 season on Saturday, Nov. ...subscribers>>

Blackcats drop heartbreaker to Danville Admirals

PRESTONSBURG — Senior running back Jadarius Brown rushed for 107 yards and two touchdowns in the second half as visiting Danville managed to edge District 8 champion Prestonsburg 16-14 Friday night in the second round of the Class 2A state playoffs at Josh Francis Field/Blackcat Stadium. ...subscribers>>

Daniel named All-EKC First Team; Williams honored on Second Team

OLIVE HILL — Paintsville High School quarterback Kash Daniel and lineman Blake Williams were both honored Monday afternoon during a luncheon at Carter Caves State Resort Park as both players received All-EKC honors. ...subscribers>>
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Tanya Bowens leads KCU with game-high 23 points

GRAYSON — The Kentucky Christian University women's basketball tournament finished up the women's portion of the three-day Super 8 Classic by playing Asbury University Saturday evening, with Asbury pulling away to defeat KCU 83-73 in the early-season match. ...subscribers>>
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Bears fall to VI; Conley leads UPIKE women in scoring

BRISTOL, Va. — Virginia Intermont College put three players in double figures and recorded 17 steals to knock off the University of Pikeville 77-64 Wednesday night. ...subscribers>>

25th annual Big Blue Crush blood drive set for this week

PIKEVILLE — For 25 years, Kentuckians have been bleeding blue and saving lives during Big Blue Crush. ...subscribers>>
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