The Knox Central softball team is on their longest streak since their 2010 district championship season after downing the Bell County Lady Bobcats, in convincing fashion, 21-7 on Thursday. Knox Central has now claimed six games in a row. Across that span, the Lady Panthers are averaging 11.8…
The Lynn Camp Lady Wildcats continue to roll, downing the Leslie County Lady Eagles 14-0 at Lynn Camp on Thursday in five innings. This marks the third straight win for the Lady Cats. Dating back to a May 1 win over Barbourville, and a 17-4 win over Wayne County the same day, all three of th…
Over the course of two days, Knox Central high school held a multitude of college signings for athletes to continue their careers at the next level, with eight athletes penning their letters of intent to their respective institutions.
Every year the 13th Region KAPOS (Kentucky Association of Pep Organization Sponsors) gives scholarships to two seniors in the 13th region. The scholarships are normally presented at the KHSAA Regional Competition, but this year has been different, due to COVID-19 protocol.
Just as coach Bethany Hensley stated earlier in the season, the Knox Central Lady Panthers have begun to take form midway through the season. With a 13-0 win over Williamsburg on April 30, the Lady Panthers extended their winning streak to five games.
After building a seven-run lead in the third inning, the Lynn Camp Wildcats held off Harlan Independent's charge to secure an 8-6 victory on Saturday.
After building a seven-run lead in the third inning, the Lynn Camp Wildcats held off Harlan Independent's charge secure an 8-6 victory on Saturday.
Following three straight losses in their worst stretch of the season, the Lynn Camp Lady Cats have regained their footing following back-to-back wins over Wayne County and Barbourville on Saturday.
Three days after a monumental 25-0 win over Barbourville, the Knox Central Panthers are now on a winning streak of two games following a 5-4 victory over the Middlesboro Yellow Jackets at home on Friday afternoon.
With the 2020 little league season canceled, things have started to look more like "normal" as the Knox County Little League has taken back to the diamond for the 2021 season.
If ever there was a "Miss Lynn Camp Athletics," it would undoubtedly be Julia Shepherd. Since her freshman year, Shepherd has dedicated countless hours and worked tirelessly for multiple athletic programs at the school. Playing all four years of basketball, softball and volleyball, Shepherd …