February 3, 2016 RSS feed / Sports

UK signee reminds coach of Davis

Vaught’s Views

Kentucky signee Sacha Killeya- Jones, ranked as the nation’s No. 14 senior by 247 Sports, will be playing at Pulaski County High School in Somerset Saturday at 6 p.m. against Josh Jackson, one of the nation’s top ranked unsigned seniors. More...

Struttin’ Time:

Plans are complete for spring travels

With all my hunting plans in place for 2016, I would like to share them with you.  My season will start March 19 on the Watermelon Pond Plantation in Florida, where we will hunt with Ms. Kate and her crew. I love hunting with her. More...

Gabby’s fishing fever

Weather offers chances to catch fish

Weather has a big effect on fishing this time of year. When it is warm like it was earlier this week, largemouth bass become more active. More...

LCC girls drop to 15-3; JHS wins season series

The Letcher Central High School Lady Cougars dropped back-to-back games at Perry Central on the road and at home to Jenkins last week before beating host Pike Central in overtime Sunday afternoon. More...

The ‘nerve’ of Tyler Ulis

Sports in Kentucky

“What nerve!” a couple of tall Kansas Jayhawks must have grumbled after the pint-sized kid drove into the lane, got airborne, and changed his angle on a shot that found a gap among flailing giants and settled into the basket.  What a More...

NASCAR loses a giant

Barney Hall never crawled out of a car in victory lane after a NASCAR race, nor did he make a race-winning call from on top of a pit box as a crew chief, but he did make some of the most memorable calls in the history of the sport.  More...

LCC boys will be top-seeded

For the first time since 2012, the Letcher Central High School Cougars are the regular season 53rd District champions.  The Cougars (15-5) earned the number one seed in the boys’ district tournament by defeating district rivals Knott Centr More...