(LEXINGTON, Ky.) – The Gipper in this case is the University of Kentucky.
Lynn Camp senior standouts Alissa Crumpler and Abby Mabe each sign their letter of intent to continue their basketball playing careers on May 17 and 18, respectfully.
Knox Central defeated Barbourville on May 17 to capture the 51st district championship.
Two local athletes have been selected as ‘Kentucky Future Stars’.
Knox Central High School will reportedly be looking for a new athletic director. Longtime athletic director Jeff Canady has been relieved of his duties as of Friday, May 5, we have learned.
The 2023 little league softball season opened for business on May 5th.
Lynn Camp basketball standout Micah Engle signed his letter of intent with Cleveland State where he will he continue his basketball journey at the collegiate level.
“Being able to be back at my alma mater and becoming the boys basketball coach has always been a goal of mine.”
The first Knox County Horse Show was held at Legion Field on April, 22. The event will be held once every month through the duration of the summer.
On April 19, Union College faculty, students, staff, and family gathered in the historic Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Gymnasium to celebrate Dr. Larry Inkster’s retirement. Slideshow images featured Inkster wearing his baseball jersey, speaking at a lectern, posing with fellow alumni, getti…
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