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UC Archery Wins Back-to-Back USIAC 3D National Titles

UC Archery hit the road this past weekend looking to capture their second straight USIAC 3D National Championship in Carrier Mills, Illinois. With 18 teams competing this past weekend, the Pats knew it would be a tough road to another title, but with some phenomenal performances...

Lion’s Chase sees record turnout in 2016

The Lion’s Chase 5K saw a record turnout this year, with over 650 participants signing up in hopes of bringing home the obstacle race’s coveted championship sword.

NELSON WINS BRONZE AT UWW JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

The University of the Cumberlands (UC) Women’s Wrestling team has had a long history of success and look to continue that success in the upcoming 2016-17 season. One Patriot wrestler is continuing off her success from last season as she recently competed against some of the...

Column: ‘Miss Kelly’ Bryant has touched many lives during her time as an athletic trainer

This From the Sidelines column appeared in the August 31 edition of the News Journal:

Kentucky Afield Outdoors: Important information for deer season

The following articles were submitted to the News Journal by the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources: 2016-17 deer season looks promising Many archery hunters in Kentucky will spend the last long weekend of summer getting an early jump on fall. Kentucky’s 2016-17...

Marx HVAC/The Heat win Corbin softball league championship

For the bulk of the new millennium, the Corbin Industrial Softball League has had one team stand above of all others. Marx HVAC/The Heat, sponsored by Mark Napier of Corbin, has won the Corbin league eight times since 2005, earning a record of 101 wins to just nine loses....

KRAFTICK NAMED ATHLETIC DIRECTOR AT CUMBERLANDS

University of the Cumberlands is pleased to announce Chris Kraftick as the school’s new Athletic Director (AD). In this position, Kraftick is responsible for directing Cumberlands’s 26 athletic teams, 20 head coaches and more than 700 student-athletes.

Mar-Kel goes undefeated en route to 2016 Woodbine Rebels Shootout championship

Last year, the annual Woodbine Rebels Softball Shootout was plagued by bad weather. Tournament manager Jimmy Hendrickson and his crew were able to get all of the games in and crown a champion, but lightning and frequent heavy downpours put things in doubt on a couple of...

UC’S RILEY WINS NAIA INDIVIDUAL NATIONAL TITLE AS WOMEN’S GOLF TEAM EARN TOP 5 FINISH

The University of the Cumberlands (UC) Women’s Golf team would battle the elements all week as they competed in the 2016 NAIA National Championship Tournament at Savannah Quarters Country Club in Pooler, Georgia.

Local teacher continues chasing dreams as a bodybuilder

Last year, a story appeared in the News Journal about Nathan Smith, a local teacher who decided to compete in bodybuilding despite the fact that a medical condition forced him to begin living with a pacemaker in 2010.