August 20, 2014 RSS feed / Sports

Max Hall helps team win series

Max Hall was a pitcher this summer for the Bluegrass Stars baseball team, based in Lexington. During the week of July 20-27, the Stars traveled to Panama City Beach, Fla., to compete in the 18U Grand Slam World Series. More...

GETTING READY FOR THE SEASON

Letcher County Central High School’s Tanner Lucas battled two South Laurel defenders and held on to catch the pass during a scrimmage between the two teams at Ermine on August 15. More...

Struttin’ Time:

Warning: Mowing can leave you too hot!

This is a Struttin’ Time that almost didn’t happen, and it is about me.  As you regular readers know, I try to make this column about you and me, not just me, but this story needs to be told. More...

Golf tournament set Aug. 23

The Children’s Miracle Network Golf Tournament will be held on August 23 at the Hazard Country Club beginning with registration at 8:30 a.m. The cost is $50. More...

Golf tourney attracts large field

The annual Lillian Faye Simpson Southeast Scholarship Golf Classic attracted a record number of players recently to Sleepy Hollow Golf Course at Cumberland. More...

New coach looking forward to task at Jenkins

New Jenkins High School football coach Daniel Sexton has stepped into a difficult role.  More...

Gabby’s fishing fever

Cooler temps heat up fishing action

This unusually mild weather the past few weeks has really cooled the water temperatures down several degrees, causing bass to move shallow.  More...

Wood Bros. still tough

Wood Brothers Racing traces its roots back to 1950 when Glen Wood started his own race team in Stuart, Va., making it the oldest active operation in the Sprint Cup Series.  More...

Stoops named QB while all eyes were elsewhere

Calm before the (football) storm.  Timing. Army field offi cers, director at the local funeral parlor, sundry real estate and insurance agents aside, few careerists understand the precise value of timing better than a ball coach.  More...