Regular season district play opened up Tuesday for area high school baseball teams, with the Whitley County Colonels hosting the Corbin Redhounds and the South Laurel Cardinals hosting the Williamsburg Yellow Jackets.
The Corbin Redhounds started the week off with a disappointing 9-6 road loss to 13th Region rivals North Laurel Monday. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
Both the Whitley County baseball and softball teams are looking strong as we approach the midway point in the month of April. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
This From the Sidelines column appeared in the print edition of the April 4, 2018 News Journal as part of special coverage from the 2018 13th Region All “A” baseball and softball tournaments, as well as the upcoming 2018 All “A” state championship...
Last week the Williamsburg High School softball team became 13th Region All “A” champions, and on Wednesday the baseball Jackets followed suit by defeating visiting Barbourville 13-6 to also win an All “A” regional title in 2018.
The Corbin Redhounds ended their 2017-18 season Friday afternoon with a 73-62 loss to the Scott County Cardinals in the quarterfinal round of this year’s KHSAA state championship tournament at Rupp Arena in Lexington.
Lynn Camp Softball Coach Nikki Hendrix says her Lady Wildcats are a young team with only one senior and two juniors on the roster, but likes that they aren’t new to the program or high school softball.
Both the Corbin Redhounds baseball team and the Corbin Lady Hounds softball team are coming into the 2018 season as defending champions in the 50th District, where the competition is almost always fierce.
Monday: With a 66-62 win in overtime against the South Laurel Cardinals, the Corbin Redhounds are now your 2018 13th Region champions. The 25-7 Hounds will advance to next week’s Sweet 16 tournament at Rupp Arena where they will face the winners out of Region 14. Look below...
The Whitley County Lady Colonels go into the 2018 softball season still in a rebuilding mode under second year Coach Angela Singleton, but look poised with several returning players and starters to potentially improve significantly from last season.