October 15, 2014 RSS feed / Sports

Letcher Central girls reach title game

Cameron Kincer (14) celebrated after kicking the first goal in Letcher County Central High School’s 3-1 win over Hazard in Monday’s opening round of the 53rd District Soccer Tournament. More...

Jenkins falls in nail-biter against Pineville, 36-28

The Jenkins Cavaliers, coming off a big win at Knott County the week before that led to JHS player Andrew Oliver being named WYMT-TV’s player of the week, marched into last Friday night’s game against the Pineville Mountain Lions hungry f More...

Struttin’ Time:

Hunting in the Blue Ridge Mountains

As I ready myself for a hunting trip in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina, I can’t help but think of the many years I have hunted there.  The Blue Ridge is where I was hunting on November 19, 1973 when word came to me that More...

Cougars get huge win

The Letcher County Central Cougars pulled off the most important win of Coach Mike Holcomb’s tenure by defeating Harlan County, 54-24, in the Friends of Coal Bowl to improve their record to 5-2, but more important 1-0 in district play.  More...

Surprising Cats still face tough task

Remember the hitch in Cawood Ledford’s call during a Kentucky football game? Following a productive play by the home team, Ledford would say, “... hold the phone!”   Fits today. More...

Gabby’s fishing fever

Now should be great time for fishing

As the water temperatures reach into the low 70’s and the high 60’s, fish become more active and move to more shallow waters to follow baitfish schools for food to store body fat for winter.  More...

Talladega will sort it out

Talladega and Martinsville have always been the races on the Chase schedule that have been considered the wild card events where the outcomes are unpredictable. More...