June 5, 2010
State Track and Field Championships Saturday At University of Louisville CLASS A (Danville results) BOYS Team leaders — 1. Fort Campbell 62; 2. St. Henry 57; 3. Bardstown 55; 4. Fort Knox 54; 5. Walton-Verona 52; 6. Louisville Holy Cross 38; 7. Murray 37; 8. (tie) Cumberland County and Newport 33; 10. Covington Holy Cross 28; 14. (tie) Bishop Brossart and Danville 16. 100 — 5. Devin Furlow 11.62. 400 — 7.
December 19, 2009
FORT KNOX ? Cody Kitchen, Louis Beto and Devin Lynn each went 5-1 this weekend for the Danville wrestling team at the Region 2 Duals at Fort Knox. Beto, wrestling at 140 pounds, had four pins and a decision. Kitchen had three pins and Lynn had two pins. "It was a pretty good weekend. We got a lot of tough wrestling in. The guys banged hard on both days," Danville coach Jeff Selby said. "It was kind of good to see where we're at. " Region 2 Duals at Fort Knox Friday-Saturday Larue County 68, Danville 9 103 ?
October 22, 2009
Sam Harp says Danville still has a winning streak in it, and he said it's imperative that it starts on Friday. The Admirals have only their second chance this season to string two wins together when they host Washington County in a game that will determine whether they open the Class AA playoffs at home or on the road. Their coach said that makes this week the perfect time to get something started. "If we win, we get a first-round game at home ... but we've got to take care of business for that to happen," Harp said.
October 21, 2009
Devin Lynn, Danville, football. He rushed for 219 yards and two touchdowns in Danville's 55-25 win over Fort Knox. Tre Dunn, Mercer County, football. He threw for two touchdowns and ran for one in Mercer County's win over Lincoln County.
October 17, 2009
FORT KNOX ?Sophomore quarterback Devonta Alcorn threw for 197 yards and two touchdowns and Devin Lynn ran for 219 yards and two touchdowns to lead Danville to a 55-25 Class AA district win over Fort Knox here Friday night. It was only Danville's second win of the season and one coach Sam Harp said his team needed. "Our offense was better and Devonta and Devin both really had good games for us," Harp said. The Admirals (2-6) had a season-high 515 yards of total offense and gave up 283 yards to winless Fort Knox.
October 15, 2009
Danville might finally have found just have an opponent it can handle. Or has it? The Admirals have lost five straight games after blowing an early 12-0 lead in a 17-15 loss to district rival Bardstown last week and seem certain to have Danville's first losing season since 1979. However, Fort Knox is winless in its last 40 games, allows 51.7 points per game and is coming off a 48-7 loss to Washington County going into Friday's game with the visiting Admirals. Yet Danville coach Sam Harp knows it would be a huge mistake for his team to even think about taking a win for granted.
September 26, 2009
Friday's Scores The Associated Press Allen Co.-Scottsville 39, Westmoreland, Tenn. 0 Anderson Co. 41, Grant Co. 0 Ashland Blazer 52, Waverly, Ohio 21 Barren Co. 35, Pulaski Co. 34 Beechwood 49, Dayton 7 Bell Co. 42, Rockcastle Co. 6 Bellevue 47, Walton-Verona 0 Boone Co. 49, Campbell Co. 12 Bourbon Co. 28, Owen Co. 7 Boyle Co. 49, Danville 9 Bullitt Central 33, Lou. Waggener 19 ...
June 24, 2009
SFC Freddy Guy, currently serving as a Platoon Sgt with the Law and Order Platoon of 34th MP detachment in Fort Knox, will be deployed to Afghanistan Saturday, June 27. Guy will serve as a Training Supports Officer in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Guy is a 1983 graduate of Jessamine County High School. He has 25 years combined service in Army active duty and reserves. Guy is the son of the late Fred Guy and Georgia Stipes Guy. He is married to Pamela Guy. He has two daughters, Hannah Guy of Wilmore and Natalie Guy of Fort Knox and two step-children, David Dolen of Knoxville and Sarah Dolen of Nicholasville.
June 12, 2009
Thousands came out on April 15 to say Kentuckians are Taxed Enough Already. Now protesters are joining forces and meeting at the State Capitol on Independence Day for a Kentucky statewide TEA party. Demonstrators will meet from noon until 2 p.m. on the steps of the Capitol, 700 Capitol Ave, Frankfort. The event will begin with music by Frankfort band, GodCry and lead singer, Jeanette Franklin. Speakers include: Evangelist John Brown, Flatwoods Church of Christ, Flatwoods Bro. David Carr, King of Kings Radio, Somerset Brian Corneilson, Iraqi veteran and attorney, Fort Knox U.S. Army retired Sgt.1st Class MeShorn Daniels, Louisville Michael Malone, retired attorney, Hardin County Mike Peak, Catholics in Action, Louisville John Riley, Take Back Kentucky/Gun Rights, Taylorsville Dr. Bob Rodgers, Evangel World Prayer Center, Louisville Jim Waters, Bluegrass Institute, Bowling Green There will also be an open mic, giving participants an opportunity for a one-minute speech.
February 15, 2009
Louis Beto and Evan Hester each took second and the Danville wrestling team qualified four wrestlers to the state meet Saturday at the Region 2 Championships at Fort Knox. Beto, at 145 pounds, was pinned in the finals by Nelson County's Jamie Pyle. Hester lost 3-2 to LaRue County's Drew Newberry in the 215 pound finals. Rhodes Bell (152) beat John Hardin's Jeremiah McGee 4-2 in overtime in the third place match. McGee beat Bell in their first-round match. Cody Kitchen (171)