September 13, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Big numbers for future Wildcat QB

Kentucky quarterback commit Jarren Williams just continues to produce big numbers and gather more honors.  Recently the Georgia quarterback was picked to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. More...

Coach Matthews looks ahead to Game No. 5

It’s week five and the Letcher County Central Cougars are still in search of that elusive first win.  More...

Gabby’s fishing fever

Make new memories of pond fishing

I would say many of us have good memories of fishing in a pond of some type when we were younger.  There are many types of ponds in our area — farm ponds and old strip job ponds and some old ponds that seem to have been around forever. More...

Cougars’s needed more than a good first half

The Letcher County Central Cougars played their best half of football of the entire season in the first half against Union High School, but unfortunately could not sustain it in the second half and fell by a score of 55-27.  More...

Struttin’ Time:

The journey of hunting continues

As the miles and years keep adding up on me, I often wonder, “How much longer can I go?”  I enjoy hunting and will give it up when I am found in the mountains of some far off state, when my luck runs out while trying to take one fina More...

SOCCER ACTION AT LCC

— Above, Letcher Central’s Cameron Brown battled with his opponent in the Cougars’ 0-7 loss to Perry Central last week. The loss dropped LCC’s record to 1-5 on the season. More...