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JCHS Generals baseball stand-out Sidney Chrisman may have graduated from high school last year but he isn’t ready to hang up the baseball cleats just yet. Chrisman recently signed his letter of intent to play baseball for Union College next season. Generals Head Coach Dustin Coffey said, “I’…

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The community is super proud of these Lady Colonels! They finish the season as runner-up in the 49th District. Shout out to 7th grader, Josie S. She hit a home run, dead away over the centerfield fence in the first inning!! The girls headed to Lynn Camp last Friday where they defeated Lynn C…

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On the morning of Wednesday, August 16th, 2017 the community woke to unthinkable news. JCHS student and Generals baseball stand-out Peyton Rader, 17, was no longer with us. His father, Dean Rader, and his mother, Julianne (Morris) Rader were devastated and in shock. The loss and their sorrow…

(LEXINGTON, Ky.) – For the fourth year in a row, the Kentucky Wildcats Softball team will be hosting a Regional at John Cropp Stadium. These postseason soirees are becoming rather routine—business as usual for Coach Rachel Lawson, the winningest coach in program history. You know the resume.…

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The Generals finished the week 2-1 with victories over OBI and South Laurel, and a loss to North Laurel.

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Last week the Lady Generals had 4 games where they went 2-2 losing to Clinton County and Knox Central and beating Owsley County and a team from Tennessee when they played in a Triangle at Clinton.