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Class of 2021, first, let me start off by saying that I am very sorry that your senior year has gone this way. No one saw this coming, and you all deserved to have your senior seasons, just like everyone else. I'm hoping this letter inspires some of you to continue chasing your dreams. 

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CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. – Four scored in double figures as No. 24 Union College men’s basketball used a big second half to defeat host Campbellsville University (Ky.) 71-61 on Saturday in the finale of the Lou Cunningham Classic.

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Heading into the 2020 season, there was a ton of uncertainty as to whether or not there would be a football season this year in the state of Kentucky. The KHSAA ruled, and agreed to move forward with a shorter season, and weren’t hindered by government interference. The regular season drew t…

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The Union Bulldogs locked down a commitment from a regional player over the weekend as Middlesboro offensive/defensive lineman Connor Griffin committed to the Dogs via a post on twitter, saying, “I want to thank everyone who has supported me along the way. I have chosen to continue my academ…

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BARBOURVILLE, Ky. – The Union College women's soccer team held on to a lead for almost 30 minutes of game time on senior day before falling to Columbia International University (S.C.) 2-1 in overtime on Saturday evening.

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The Knox Central Panthers football team notched a huge victory on the road Friday night against the Lincoln County Patriots. Thanks to some stingy defense and an effective rushing attack, the Panthers rolled to a 42-22 victory to improve to 3-2 in the abbreviated 2020 season.

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BARBOURVILLE, Ky. – Despite some outstanding individual performances, Thursday’s match will likely be viewed as ‘the one that got away,’ as Union College volleyball dropped a 3-2, Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC) decision to visiting Milligan University (Tenn.).

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The Lynn Camp Lady Wildcats are district champions. A regular season mark of 15-2 saw Lynn Camp enter the tournament as the one-seed. A first round victory over Barbourville 3-0 in three straight sets secured a berth in the championship game. With Knox Central downing Pineville, the field wa…

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The Lynn Camp Lady Cats defeated the Barbourville Lady Tigers in three sets on Monday to advance to the 50th district championship game. Their opponent will be determined on Tuesday, by the winner of Pineville vs. Knox Central. The championship game will be played on Thursday at Pineville hi…