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LOOKING BACK - BILL CROOK

The Corbin Redhounds won the game scheduled for Friday evening by forfeit from Bardstown Bethlehem. This game should probably never have been scheduled in the first place.

Border Bowl rosters, coaches set


The second annual Border Bowl will be played Saturday, January 17 at the University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg.

Whitley, Corbin claim victories

Whitley County didn’t play its best game of the season but the Colonels played smart enough to pull away from the Estill County Engineers for a 61-51 victory to even their season record at 8-8 Tuesd

NEW COACHES

 


Whitley County Volleyball Coach David Halcomb has stepped down. Alicia Whitworth will take over as head coach of the Lady Colonels with Fawn Greer serving as her assistant.

GO TOPPERS!!!

 Bethany White is excited about heading off to college this fall. As matter of fact, she is making routine visits to Bowling Green on weekends already. That’s because she was selected one of the Western Kentucky University All-Girl cheerleaders.


Moving On

 Facing elimination, the Williamsburg Little League All-Stars came from a 2-0 deficit to beat Middlesboro Monday night in Middlesboro, 5-2 and will advance out of the losers’ bracket to the District Four Tournament.


Clash of the State Champions

 The 15th Annual Cumberland Falls Pigskin Classic has been subtitled the Clash of the State Champions. Visitors to Campbell Field Saturday night will see some tradition-rich football.


STATE CHAMPS

 Jake Coppock and Tanner Powers ran for a combined 350 yards to lead the Corbin Middle School Seventh grade to a 36-14 win over the Lone Oak Purple Flash in the championship game of the Kentucky Middle School State Playoffs at Lexington Catholic High School Sunday.


OVERTIME VICTORY

 CeJay Jones hasn’t played organized basketball since he was in the middle school at Williamsburg. But, the 6-3 junior made his presence known in a big way Saturday night as he led the Yellow Jackets to a 63-59 win over the Owsley County Owls.