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Border Wars II at the Arena postponed following main event fighter’s arrest

The Border Wars II mixed martial arts event scheduled to take place at the Corbin Arena on Saturday, February 17 has been postponed after one of its main event fighters was arrested over the weekend for allegedly having a sexual relationship with a 14-year-old girl.

‘Hometown Teams’ Smithsonian exhibit to highlight history of Corbin High School athletics

Yearbooks, sweaters, letterman jackets, photos and a football from Corbin High School’s 1927 team are among the memorabilia that will help tell the story of Corbin sports when the Smithsonian Museum’s traveling exhibit, “Hometown Teams,” goes on display November 18.

Corbin Redhound Varsity Club Announces HOF Class of 2017

Here are the members of the Corbin High School Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2017, to be honored during the football game versus Casey County this Friday evening at Campbell Field:

Corbin native returns home to take top spot in weekend Moonbow Ultra race

A Corbin High School graduate was the first person across the finish line in a grueling, difficult ultra marathon trail race held this past Saturday at Cumberland Falls State Park.

Salt Lick Six 10k promises to bring something ‘different’ to competitve runners in the area

Local runners looking for a unique challenge need search no further than Corbin this weekend.

Former Georgetown runner, Tennessee stay-at-home mom take top spots in 2017 Lion’s Chase Saturday

A former distance runner for Georgetown College and a stay-at-home mom from the heart of Tennessee outpaced all other challengers to win the The Lion’s Chase Saturday — the nation’s toughest obstacle course 5k race.

CHS cheerleaders hopeful for another championship run

The senior members of this year’s Corbin High School cheer squad have the opportunity to do something very special before they graduate in the spring of 2018. That’s not to say that they haven’t accomplished plenty already, but should they secure a state championship title in...

WHS adding volleyball, renaming football field to honor former groundskeeper

Thanks to action by the Williamsburg Independent Board of Education last Thursday night, high school girls will have a new sport to play this fall and a former head groundskeeper is being honored with the football field being partially renamed in his honor. You need to login to...

Cauz-N-Ruckus reclaims Rebels Shootout championship in 2017

In 2015, Cauz-N-Ruckus battled their way to a 42nd Annual Woodbine Rebels Softball Shootout championship. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Inaugural Whitley County Athletic HOF Inductees Announced

The following nine individuals, and one team, will be inducted this September as the inaugural class of the Whitley County Athletic Hall of Fame…