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We are now less than a month into the controversy surrounding incidents of off-field physical violence by individuals who make their living amidst considerable physical violence.
The Harlan County Black Bears knew what they needed to do Friday night to break out of the doldrums brought on by dropping four of their first five games, and they accomplished much of it for a half.
As the third option in a Shelby Valley offense built around junior tailback Kasey Tackett and junior fullback Chandler Rowe, sophomore halfback Jordan Hampton rarely touched the football in Shelby Valley's first four games.
Cawood coasts pastLady Cats in showdownCawood solidified its position as the county favorite with a 59-24 rout of Evarts in seventh- and eighth-grade basketball action Thursday.
Harlan County completed perhaps its best week of the season thus far by following up a win Tuesday at Harlan with a three-set victory Thursday over visiting Knox Central by a score of 25-9, 25-20, 25-18.
Simpson, Horton powerMountain View to victoryHaley Simpson and Kayley Horton each scored 12 points as visiting Mountain View rolled to a 32-11 win Thursday at Harlan in seventh- and eighth-grade basketball action.
There's not much like suffering the first loss in program history to a rival to get your attention, which is exactly what happened to the New Harlan Patriots on Aug. 12 at Evarts as the Wildcats and Ethan Cornett won a 40-36...
The NFL teams playing this week will have reached the quarter pole of their seasons when the clocks read 0:00. It's hard to believe time passes us by faster than yet another Matt Ryan toss into the Tampa Bay secondary.
Mark Stoops is the undisputed leader of the Kentucky football program, but the Wildcats may have some incentive from another “Boss” when they play host to Vanderbilt on Saturday.
Six seasons of success, which included four straight district titles and two regional championships, led to some unintended consequences for the Harlan County football team.
After opening the season by playing a little worse than expected, in a loss at Leslie County, followed by a blowout win over Lynn Camp, when the Dragons played a little better than most probably anticipated, the Harlan Green Dragons ran into a buzzsaw...
Skins roll to winsover East LeslieCumberland raced to a 28-0 halftime lead and rolled to a 36-6 win Tuesday over visiting East Leslie in seventh- and eighth-grade football action.
McHargue scores 19as Lady Cats winPhebe McHargue poured in 19 points as Rosspoint won 39-19 on Monday at Cumberland in seventh- and eighth-grade basketball action.Hannah Johnson scored 10 to lead Cumberland.
The Harlan County Lady Bears continued to save their best for district competition, sweeping Harlan in three sets Tuesday to improve to 4-1 in district play and 5-11 overall.
MIDDLESBORO — Senior Karrah Hart had a big night for the Middlesboro Lady Jackets as they snapped a 13-match losing streak with a 25-19, 25-14, 25-18 win over Harlan on Monday.
The Harlan County girls were winners and the Harlan County boys placed second in the Knox Central Invitational on Thursday in Barbourville.
After watching Harlan take the top three spots in the three-day county golf tournament last week, Harlan County truly needed a team effort to emerge as the winner.
Hobert Cornett ran for three touchdowns as Evarts evened its record at 3-3 with a 38-0 rout of visiting Pineville in seventh- and eighth-grade football action Thursday.
There was no shortage of stars for Harlan on Saturday as the Green Dragons broke out of a two-game losing streak with a 39-0 win over visiting Cumberland.
The Harlan County Lady Bears were winners in the Mercer County All Comers meet on Tuesday.
With the Harlan County defense designed to stop fullback Gunner Slone, the Johnson Central Eagles found other ways to move the football Friday in a 43-14 win, going around and over and giving the ball to the second man through the line in the...
A strong Middlesboro rushing attack was too much for Harlan as the visiting Dragons lost to the Yellow Jackets 48-10 on Friday.
Since our enjoyment of this week's NFL games has already been ruined by yet more allegedly loutish behavior by apparently brutish players, there's one last point to make regarding the league's dubious ability to control these...
Howard carries Green Hillsto its first win of the season