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By LARRY VAUGHT | October 27, 2009
LEXINGTON ? Kentucky center Jorge Gonzalez has been named Southeastern Conference offensive lineman of the week for his play in UK's 36-13 victory over Louisiana-Monroe. The senior helped the Wildcats amass 330 yards of total offense and average 6.3 yards per play in the victory. Gonzalez had the key block on Randall Cobb's 11-yard touchdown run and graded out at 86 percent when the coaches evaluated the film. He also did not allow a sack. "I knew he had a great game and to grade out that high is really hard," said UK senior guard Christian Johnson.
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By LARRY VAUGHT and larry@amnews.com | March 23, 2011
LEXINGTON — Kentucky coach John Calipari says Josh Harrellson has emerged as a solid player for the Wildcats this season because of his incredible work ethic. Teammates insist the same thing and say getting more serious on the court also helped. Harrellson admits he is in better shape than he’s ever been, but also acknowledges his role was enhanced when Enes Kanter was declared ineligible by the NCAA. However, there might also be another reason Harrellson has gone from barely playing the previous two years to averaging 7.3 points, a team-high 8.8 rebounds and 1.5 blocked shots per game going into Friday’s East Regional showdown with No. 1 Ohio State.
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April 26, 2007
Visiting Lincoln County got two runs in the top of the seventh inning Wednesday and held on to beat Boyle County 8-6 at Millennium Park. Morgan Brown went 4-for-4, Alex Gooch was 2-for-4 with a double and Chelsea Smith had two hits and got the win. "Chelsea pitched a great game. They didn't have a lot of hits on her, but they did have a lot of bunts," Lincoln coach Renita Pennington said. "Boyle bunted us like crazy. But our defense hung right in there. " "We had a lot of people step up and play out of position for us tonight.
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September 9, 2005
LEXINGTON - Kentucky junior defensive tackle Lamar Mills has a torn knee ligament and he will miss the remainder of the season. Mills was hurt late in Sunday's loss to Louisville after making a career-high eight tackles. "This is devastating for him because he played such a great game. He has been playing better than he ever has, and this is a big disappointment, for him and for our defense," UK coach Rich Brooks said. Ricky Abren will miss his second straight game because of a broken wrist Saturday.
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By Keith Taylor/Sun Sports Editor | September 23, 2009
George Rogers Clark's Tyler Wallin (7) scored a goal for Clark during a game against Harrison County Tuesday night at the Cardinal Soccer Complex. The game was called because of lightening in the first half and has been rescheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday at the Cardinal Soccer Complex. In the junior varsity game, Clark posted a 3-0 win over the Thorobreds. Goals were scored by Nathaniel Wells, Matthew Reed and Braxton Williams. An assist was recorded by Williams. Clark had 10 shots on goal and keeper Conner Blankenship had three saves.
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By Keith Taylor/Sun Sports Editor | October 5, 2009
The George Rogers Clark boys soccer team captured the Larry Raney Memorial junior varsity soccer tournament Saturday with a 2-0 win over Madison Central at the Cardinal Soccer Complex. Raymond Borja and Nathaniel Wells one goal each for Clark and Wells had an assists. Clark goal keeper Conner Blankenship recorded three saves. "The guys played a great game," Clark junior varsity coach Patrick Fitzgerald said. "Borja had a great goal to close out the first half. " Madison Central was second, followed by Franklin County and Bourbon County was fourth.
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September 8, 2003
Jessica Rubelin's goal in overtime gave host Centre College a 2-1 victory over Lindenwood Sunday. "This was by far our best game of the season," said Centre coach Tom Hobbs. "Our communication and energy was fantastic. Lindenwood had more individual talent than our team, but Centre College won because it played a team game. If we keep building like this, we will be in fine shape for the remainder of the year. " Centre's first goal was by Gina Preston off an assist by Rose Ardery.
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By Keith Taylor/Sun Sports Editor | October 2, 2009
The George Rogers Clark boys' soccer team remained winless on the season with a 6-0 loss to Madison Central Thursday night at the Cardinal Soccer Complex. The Cardinals fell to 0-9-2 with three games remaining in the regular season. The Indians upped their record to 10-1-0 on the year. Clark coach Greg Dyk was disappointed in his team's loss. "For six or seven minutes, here and there, we played well, but we're still making mistakes in the defensive end of the field," he said.
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By Keith Taylor and Sun Sports Editor | September 7, 2012
The George Rogers Clark girls volleyball team earned a sweep of Pendleton County Thursday night in Falmouth. Clark defeated the Lady Wildcats 27-25 and 25-18. “They were a very good defensive team, but our size and athleticism hurt them. We served the ball extremely well, making it hard (for them)¿to pass the ball. We talked about what a big game this was and we needed to come out ready to throw many things at them. I was pleased, because we executed beautifully.” Curry also was pleased with her team's overall defense, led by Amy Kao and Maddie Hamlin and also liked other individual performances.
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MARTY WARREN | May 11, 2005
Move over Johnny Vander Meer, you have some company. Vander Meer threw back-to-back no-hitters four days apart in 1938 for Cincinnati in shutouts over Boston and Brooklyn. Danville freshman Chelsea Wallace did him one better. Wallace threw the fourth no-hitter of her career, just one day after she no-hit Campbellsville in a 10-0 win Monday, in a 15-0 win over Mercer County Tuesday at Troy Trumbo field here. Wallace threw just 28 pitches in the three-inning win. Wallace struck out four and walked none in throwing the first perfect game of her career.
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