From season to season high school football coaches are in search of players capable of plugging holes, as well as athletes who can open holes...all depending on which end of the football they’re playing. High school coaches also have to plug holes year after year created by departing seniors…
If the longest way around is the shortest way home, Charles Andrew Collins has finally found it; home to the Riverbank of Breathitt County. What a journey it’s been; imagine the possibilities lying ahead for one of Kentucky high school’s premier football players.
Twenty-four football seasons ago Breathitt High moved from Class 3A to Class 2A in the KHSAA football alignment; it promptly reeled off 42 consecutive wins, including back-to-back state championships (1995 and 1996). It was a good move.
Misty McAlarnis is leaving Breathitt after one successful year at the helm of the Ladycat basketball program.
Hazard won its fourth consecutive 14th Regional title with a 14-2 win over Breathitt in five innings. Read about it in your Times-Voice this week.
Coach TeWayne Willis, in his second year at Breathitt, leads his Bobcats to the finals of the 14th Regional Baseball Tournament with upset wins over Perry Central and Powell County. Breathitt faces Hazard Tuesday evening, May 28, in Whitesburg with a regional title on the line.
Coach TeWayne Willis's Bobcats took down Jackson City, 17-2, in a mercy-ruled three-inning championship Tuesday evening in Jackson. Read about it in your Times-Voice this week.