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Colonels hope hard work pays
Sometimes basketball coaches try to change things up from season to season as a way to throw opponents off their game. Sometimes they change things out of necessity and such is the case with the Whitley County Colonels.
The Barbourville Lady Tigers are coming off the best season in the program’s history, having finished with a 21-11 record.
What a Run
The South Laurel Lady Cardinals were the most dominant team in the 13th Region this season and it paid off this past weekend as they made the trip to the Rawlings/KHSAA Fastpitch State Tournament.
I am an addict, but it's not what you think
The truth has to come out eventually, so I may as well come clean to everyone about a problem I’ve had for many years.
Over and Out
The team that ran roughshod in the 13th Region Tournament never showed up in the Rawlings KHSAA Fastpitch State Tournament, as South Laurel saw its season come to an end, losing to Montgomery County in the first round of the loser’s bracket, 4-2.
Young and Hungry
The North Laurel Jaguars are coming off a run that not a lot of people expected them to make this season.
Redhounds hope to continue progress
When the 2013 baseball season started it looked as though the Corbin Redhounds were going to be one of the teams to beat in the 13th Region.
Tough day at the office
James Burns knew his South Laurel Lady Cardinals needed to play an almost-perfect game against top-ranked and unbeaten Greenwood during first round action of the Rawlings KHSAA Fastpitch State Tournament.
Coaching changes leave big holes to fill
Before you get too nervous, none of our local coaches have passed away, but a lot of times it feels like a death when coaches move on or quit the business, so to speak.
Leaving on Top
Jennifer Parsons will always be able to say she left coaching at the top of her game.
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