Shelby Valley Wildcats

 

BASKETBALL PREVIEW: Potter, Cats prepare for road ahead

Shelby Valley basketball has been blessed with outstanding players over the years, including Mr. Basketball Elisha Justice. Just a few miles up the road old Virgie High produced Mr. Basketball Todd May. Fast forward to 2019-20 and you can add senior Cody Potter into the mix as a leading candidate to win the award. Potter […]

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BASKETBALL PREVIEW: Veteran Valley Cats hope to contend for title

Shelby Valley is set to open the 2019-20 season without Kentucky signee Cassidy Rowe, who is recovering from her second torn ACL injury. Although her status remains up in the air, head coach Lonnie “Doe Doe” Rowe will turn his focus to veterans Tori Hampton (senior), Alyssa Newsome (senior), Laci Johnson (junior) and  sophomore Alyssa […]

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CLASS 2A PLAYOFFS: Comets slow down, eliminate Cats

CLASS 2A PLAYOFFS: Comets slow down, eliminate Cats Shelby Valley ran out to a 12-point, first-quarter lead before West Carter came storming back to knock off the Wildcats, 50-12, in a Class 2A playoff game at Olive Hill on Friday night. The Wildcats, who saw their season end at 9-3, was hampered offensively by an […]

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Valley’s Potter signs national letter of intent

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HS CHEER: Shelby Valley, Pikeville, Belfry all  winners

Shelby Valley, Pikeville and Belfry all came away winners during Saturday’s  15th and 16th Region Competitive Cheer competition held at Appalachian Wireless Arena on Saturday. Here is a breakdown of the divisions: Super Greenup County….86.00 Pike Central………..83.95 Large Shelby Valley………79.65 Boyd County……….78.20 East Carter………….76.70 Medium Lewis County………..80.40 Martin County………79.60 Lawrence County……75.10 East Ridge…………….74.10 Elliott County………..71.10 […]

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CLASS 2A PLAYOFFS: Wildcats turn away Cardinals

Shelby Valley used a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns to pull away from Martin County as the Wildcats earned a 41-24 victory in the Class 2A playoff matchup played at Taco Field on Friday night. The Cardinals, who finished 7-4, had closed to within 26-24 late in the football game before the Wildcats took charge down […]

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MOUNTAIN TOP SPORTS: JC, PHS finish 1,2 in final regular season poll

Johnson Central and Pikeville claimed the No. 1 and No. 2 rankings in the final Mountain Top Sports Super 7 football poll released Monday. The Golden Eagles, 10-0, thrashed Belfry, 53-16, while the Panthers (10-0) cruised past Ridgeview (Va.), 67-28. Shelby Valley, 8-2, was idle this past week but the Wildcats slipped ahead of Belfry, […]

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HS FOOTBALL: PCB committee presents checks to county schools

The Pike County Bowl committee recently presented each of county’s six high schools with checks in the amount of $7,202.11 each for their participation in the 35th annual bowl this season. The checks bring the 35-year total to $962,862. Pictured from left to right are: Community Trust Bank (CTB) Pikeville Market President Brett Keene, Phelps High […]

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MOUNTAIN TOP SPORTS: Golden Eagles keep firm grip on No. 1

The Johnson Central Golden Eagles and Pikeville Panthers are the lone remaining unbeaten area football teams following action this past weekend. Coach Jim Matney’s squad maintains its No. 1 ranking in the latest Mountain Top Sports Super 7 football poll released Monday. Johnson Central, now 9-0, will look to conclude a perfect regular season this […]

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HS FOOTBALL: Wildcats close out regular season with big home win

Shelby Valley won its fourth straight game on Friday night as the Wildcats breezed past Bath County, 56-14, at Teco Field. Quarterback Dalton Meade finished with 202 yards and three rushing touchdowns on 13 carries as Valley improved to 8-2. Running back  Jayden Newsome followed with 117 yards and one score on just six rushes. […]

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