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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: Cards score big road win at Middlesboro

Martin County scored its seventh win this football season when the Cardinals went on the road to Middlesboro and left with a hard-fought 22-19 win over the Yellow Jackets on Friday night. Running back Logan Proctor carried 22 times for 131 yards and one touchdown as the Cardinals improved to 7-3. The seven wins are […]

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15TH REGION VOLLEYBALL: Pikeville, Pike Central advance to semis

Pikeville and Pike County Central joined the field of semifinalists in the 15th Region volleyball tournament following victories at East Ridge on Tuesday night. The Lady Panthers, now 30-7, turned away Martin County, 3-0, in a match which was close throughout. Kaylee Wells finished with 15 kills and McKinlee Potter followed with 12 in the […]

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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: Cardinals win sixth game; secure playoff berth

Martin County beat Prestonsburg for the first time in 14 seasons with a 32-6 victory at The Rock on Friday night, securing a post-season berth. The Cardinals, now 6-3, rushed for 339 yards and passed for 75 to finish with 414 total yards. Running back Logan Proctor paced Martin County with 151 yards and one […]

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DISTRICT VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP: Floyd Central cruises; Pikeville escapes East Ridge

Floyd Central rolled to its third straight district championship with a 3-0 victory over Betsy Layne at Prestonsburg Fieldhouse on Tuesday night. It marked the third straight year the Lady Jaguars won the title match by a 3-0 score. Allison Turner had a team-high 12 kills and two blocks in the 25-10, 25-19 and 25-19 […]

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HS FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: P’burg falls at Bath County; Cardinals beaten  

Prestonsburg struggled offensively as host Bath County scored a 19-6 victory in a game played on Friday night. Blackcat backup quarter Kaleb Jarvis  scored the only points on a short touchdown run as Prestonsburg dropped to 2-7. Quarterback Brayden Slone’s  only pass completion was a 54-yard reception by Owen Greene. Gabe Howard, Aaron Watson and […]

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HS FOOTBALL: Pikeville drops to No. 2 in RPI rankings

Pikeville, which is now 9-0 with this week’s forfeit win over Jenkins, has dropped to No. 2 in the latest Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s RPI rankings released Monday. The Panthers trail only No. 1 Kentucky Country Day (8-0). Rounding out the top five are Lexington Christian (7-1), Boyle County (8-0) and Somerset (7-1). Here […]

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