The KHSAA sent out the following e-mail to all high schools in the state on Friday, March 13:
The Pineville Lady Lions are the 51st District champions after defeating Knox Central 48-47 in the championship game on Thursday night.
In the opening round of the men’s 51st District Tournament, the top-seeded Knox Central Panthers took on the fourth-seeded Pineville Mountain Lions for a spot in the championship game. Knox Central escaped a scrappy Pineville squad 60-51.
The Barbourville Tigers fell to the Pineville Lady Lions in the opening round of the 51st District Tournament, 65-46. Pineville will advance to the championship game on Tuesday.
Researchers will use a helicopter to locate and capture elk this month as part of a major research study on elk reproduction and population growth. The research will be conducted throughout Kentucky’s elk zone and will launch this month.
The Bell County Cheerleaders competed in the Region 7 cheer competition last weekend at the Corbin Arena. Region 7 is composed of cheerleaders from both the 13th and 14th Regions. The cheerleaders have been working tirelessly to perfect their routine. Their hard work and dedication paid off.…
(COLUMBIA, Sc.) – For the Kentucky Women’s Basketball team, starting off the New Year by plunging headfirst into the conference portion of your schedule could be a bit scary. Doing so by facing off against 4th-ranked South Carolina would seem even more daunting. To do it on the Gamecocks hom…