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SPORTS
November 25, 2009
Class A Hazard at Lexington Christian, 7:30 p.m. Beechwood at Mayfield, 6 p.m. Class 2A Fort Campbell vs.Monroe County (at Austin Peay, Clarksville), 7:30 p.m. DeSales vs. Prestonsburg (at Southern HS), 7:30 p.m. Class 3A Central at Paducah Tilghman 7 p.m. Sheldon Clark at Somerset, 7:30 p.m. Class 4A Bell County at Boyle County, 7:30 p.m. Marion County at Lone Oak, 7:30 p.m. Class 5A John Hardin at Bowling Green, 7 p.m. Pulaski County at Highlands, 7:30 p.m. Class 6A St. Xavier at Greenwood, 7 p.m. Scott County at Trinity, 7:30 p.m.
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NEWS
April 2, 2007
The George Rogers Clark High School Winterguard is set to compete in the Tri-State Championships Saturday at Ryle High School. Leading up to the championship, GRC finished second to Dunbar by eight-tenths of a point at a competition March 24 at John Hardin High School. Members of the 2007 GRC Winterguard are front row, from left, Brittney Rice, Keegan Crosby and Ally Reed; second row, from left, Kayla Ragland, Pomai Smith, Jenna Walker and Ashlee Pickle; and third row, from left, Paige Rogers, Ericia Martin, Katie Parish, Amber McGuire and Lauren Spears.
NEWS
August 15, 2011
The Courier-Journal released its preseason football polls on Monday with the East Jessamine Jaguars sitting at No. 10. East went 8-4 last fall and moved from 4A to 5A during the offseason. The Jags will open the 2011 season on Friday in the VisitNich.com Bowl against Tates Creek at 6:35 p.m. at East High. 1. Bowling Green (11) 9-3 2. John Hardin (7) 13-1 3. Christian County 12-3 4. Harlan County 11-3 5. Warren Central 10-3 6. Anderson County 9-4 7. Pulaski Southwestern 6-5 8. Pulaski County 11-2 9. Whitley County 6-6 10. East Jessamine 8-4 First place votes are in parentheses.
SPORTS
Casey Castle | July 30, 2008
The East Jessamine High boys soccer team took the gold medal in varsity soccer at the Bluegrass State Games last weekend. The Jaguars finished with a mark of 3-0-1, defeating John Hardin in penalty kicks in the final game. East tied Graves County 3-3 in the first game and then topped Montgomery County 1-0 in game two. The Jaguars picked up another shutout over Western Hills, 2-0. The Jaguars allowed three goals in the first game, after taking a 3-0 lead and making player adjustments, but allowed just one goal over the next three games.
SPORTS
December 28, 2005
The Boyle County boys matched No. 4 John Hardin for three quarters Tuesday night but couldn't hang on in the fourth and fell 64-51 in the first round of the Nelson County Classic at Bardstown. The game was tied at 40-all after three quarters, but John Hardin (8-1) outscored the Rebels 24-11 in the final period. "It's a loss that you fee like you got better and learned from," Boyle coach Ronnie Bottoms said. Boyle (2-5) got 23 points and 16 rebounds from Brian Staed, and Clay Carter had 21 points and six boards.
SPORTS
By HAL MORRIS | December 15, 2009
Boyle County coach Larry French said Rees MacShara is as deserving of being Mr. Football as any player in the state. However, the Boyle coach said he could not argue with MacShara finishing behind Fort Campbell quarterback Antonio Andrews for the award released Tuesday. MacShara was a finalist for the award that was voted on by the state's media members. "If it was based on one season, Rees has to be right up there. But I feel the young man from Fort Campbell is a super athlete, too, and is well-deserving of Mr. Football," French said.
SPORTS
January 16, 2009
The Danville boys defeated a second regional powerhouse in three days, rallying in the second half Thursday night to defeat Adair County 60-58 in overtime at Danville. Jacody Taylor scored 20 points to lead the Admirals, who won for the third time in four games after a 2-6 start. Danville (5-7) defeated McCreary Central, the top-rated team in the 12th Region according to the Durden Ratings, on Tuesday night, and Adair (11-4), the second-ranked team in the 5th Region, in a three-day period.
NEWS
Abigail Laub | October 19, 2006
The West Jessamine Colts knew Dunbar would be tough as they headed into the 27th District tournament semi-finals at the dog pound Thursday. "I was nervous. I mean, you've got Dunbar, they're a big ranked team. They've got their home field to play on," West senior Kyle Withers said of the defending state champions. West couldn't knock off Dunbar to head to the district finals, losing 4-1. Dunbar scored two quick goals within nine minutes of the first half, one of which was a wide open shot on West goalkeeper Travis Arnold.
NEWS
January 8, 2011
Daniel Lannum went 4-1 and Rhodes Bell went 3-2 over the weekend for the Danville wrestling team at the Region 2 Duals at John Hardin. Lannum, wrestling at 112 and 119 pounds, had three pins and a technical fall. He moved up to 119 pounds to wrestle Andrew Schwartz of Fort Knox, who beat Lannum in the regional last year. Lannum pinned him with five seconds left in the match. Bell, at 160 pounds, had two pins on the day. Region 2 Duals At John Hardin Friday-Saturday (Danville results only)
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Keith Taylor | May 21, 2007
LOUISVILLE - The George Rogers Clark High School girls' softball team capped a successful regular season by winning the Lady Charger Classic at Jeffersontown on Saturday afternoon. In the finals, the Lady Cardinals (27-5-1) rallied for two runs in the sixth inning and held on for a 3-2 win over Conner. Amy Haggard led off the sixth inning with a triple and scored on a passed ball. Michelle Ladanyi followed with a double and crossed the plate on a single by Emily Wallace for the final margin.
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