BARBOURVILLE — The Pineville-Bell County 9-10 year-old All-Stars advanced to the District 4 Tournament with a 14-1 win over Middlesboro on Sunday.
At the historic Middlesboro Country Club, local golfers teed off to help students attend college. Fifteen four-player teams took part in the second annual Golf Scramble for Students held by Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College (SKCTC) on Friday, May 10.
Bell County football coach Dudley Hilton held his annual football camp last week at BCHS field. Above: All of the campers and coaches got together for a group picture on Friday after the T-Shirts had been passed out to the players.
The Pineville-Bell Little League held their 9-12 Kid Pitch Tournament June 7-11. The Kiwanis Dodgers defeated the Reds and the Braves defeated the Cubs to set up Tuesday’s Championship Game where the Dodgers defeated the Braves 5-1.
The Middlesboro Yellow Jackets are 52nd District baseball champions for the fourth straight year. Middlesboro got past Harlan 12-7 in the first round on Tuesday and then downed host Bell County 10-0 in the championship game on Tuesday.
The Bell County Bobcats used a six-run fifth inning an a complete game effort from senior D.J. Estes to pull out a 7-5 win over Harlan County in the semifinals of the 52nd District Tournament on Monday.