Hayden Callebs drove in for a layup with 43 seconds to play to put the Bell County Bobcats on top of Clay County 55-54. The Bobcats managed to make just one of four free throws from there, but the Tigers went 0-for-4 from the line and Bell pulled out a two-point victory, after trailing by as…

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The Pineville Lady Lions turned to a full-court press in the fourth quarter of Friday’s game at Middlesboro. The result was four-point deficit turning into a 13-point victory.

Before this week’s bad weather hit, the Middlesboro Lady Jackets had found their groove with three straight wins, including a 75-63 win over Red Bird on Friday and a 62-52 win at Hazard on Saturday.

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The 13th Region All ‘A’ Champion Pineville Lady Lions will be making just their second ever trip to the State All ‘A’ Tournament, which starts on Monday at Eastern Kentucky University’s McBrayer Arena. Not satisfied with just making it to the state tourney, the Lady Lions are looking to win …

The Pineville Lady Mountain Lions will carry some momentum into Monday’s All ‘A’ State Tournament. Led by senior guard Whitney Caldwell’s quadruple-double, the Lady Lions downed Barbourville 76-40 on Thursday to improve to 8-1 on the season and 2-0 in district seeding games.

MHS junior forward Jay Tyler West scores inside during action in Friday’s game against Bell County. West came up with a huge offensive rebound in the final seconds and got off the game-winning shot just before the buzzer sounded to lift the Jackets to a 49-47 win over the Bobcats.

Middlesboro Lady Jacket head coach Scott Overbay presents junior forward Kailey Owens with a special ball commemorating her reaching the 1,000 career point mark during Middlesboro’s game at Bell County. The presentation came before the Lady Jackets game against Harlan last Wednesday. Owens s…