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Bulldogs hold off SCHS

LOUISA — The Lawrence County Bulldogs claimed another close 57th District win Friday night, holding off the visiting Sheldon Clark Cardinals 52-49 to set up a rematch in this year's district tournament. ...subscribers>>

Johnson Central defeats crosstown rival Paintsville

PAINTSVILLE — Johnson Central notched a 57th District win over crosstown rival Paintsville Thursday, toppling the Tigers 78-55. ...subscribers>>
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Daniels signs with Guilford

PAINTSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL'S Lane Daniels signed last week with Guilford College to further his education and play football. ...subscribers>>

Dawgs roll past June Buchanan

PIPPA PASSES — Lawrence County head coach Josh Cook guided the Bulldogs into a matchup against his old school last weekend. ...subscribers>>
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Lady Tigers drop to Russell

THE LADY TIGERS' Kerrigan Samons blocked a layup attempt by Russell's Maggie Jachimczuk in second-half action at Russell High School. ...subscribers>>
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Racers' comeback bid at TSU falls short

NASHVILLE — Despite shooting 66.7 percent in the second half, it was not enough for the Murray State women's basketball team to overcome Tennessee State, falling 72-65, Monday night at the Gentry Center in Nashville. ...subscribers>>

Paintsville tops Prestonsburg

PAINTSVILLE — Zach Collins scored a game-high 24 points and fellow junior forward Quinton Hensley posted 23 as Paintsville pulled away to defeat visiting Prestonsburg 74-64 in a non-district game on Monday night. ...subscribers>>

Eagles handle Magoffin County, capture No. 1 seed

SALYERSVILLE — Johnson Central secured the No. 1 seed for this year's 57th District Boys' Basketball Tournament Friday night, defeating host Magoffin County 70-49. ...subscribers>>
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