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Wednesday, March 8, 2017 issue

Bulldogs split games at P-burg

PRESTONSBURG — The Lawrence County baseball team split games in the Prestonsburg-hosted King of the Mountain Classic at StoneCrest Park on Saturday, dropping a two-run game to Ashland Blazer and edging 15th Region foe Prestonsburg 1-0. ...subscribers>>
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UPIKE Signing Day

THE UNIVERSITY OF Pikeville volleyball program held its signing day ceremony, with eight young women signing their scholarship agreements. ...subscribers>>

LC ladies win three of four

LOUISA — The Lawrence County Lady Bulldogs won three of four games last week, defeating 57th District foe Magoffin County, Clay County and Perry County Central, while dropping a one-run game to Letcher County Central on Saturday. ...subscribers>>

Ashland holds off Blackcats

PRESTONSBURG — Host Prestonsburg had a late rally come up short Saturday. ...subscribers>>
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Goble signs

WESLEY CHRISTIAN SENIOR Stephen Goble made his college choice official last week, signing with Jefferson Davis Community College during a ceremony held Wednesday. ...subscribers>>

Grimm helps EKU to Senior Day win

RICHMOND — The Eastern Kentucky University baseball team salvaged Sunday's series finale by pounding out 18 hits in a 14-6 win over Jacksonville State on Senior Day at Turkey Hughes Field. ...subscribers>>

Nathan Martin earns degree from MSU

MOREHEAD — Forty-six current or former Morehead State University student-athletes were eligible to receive their bachelor's or master's degrees on Saturday when the university held its spring commencement exercises. ...subscribers>>

Kids' Day Fishing Event set for Saturday at Dewey lake

PRESTONSBURG — Dewey Lake's annual Kids' Day fishing event will be held Saturday, May 18. ...subscribers>>
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Grimm graduates from EKU

RICHMOND — Paintsville High School graduate Shane Grimm was among 49 student-athletes who received their Eastern Kentucky University bachelor's or master's degree in Alumni Coliseum. ...subscribers>>
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