FREE Football Camp at Belfry Middle School

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Free football camp on the campus of Belfry Middle School.  No charge at all!

Camp is geared towards teaching the fundamentals of blocking from the offensive line and tight end blocking from the offensive line and tight end positions in the “Belfry Style” wishbone and flex bone offense.  All players, regardless of position, who want to learn to block are welcome to attend!

Camp instructors to be announced, but so ffar 1- state championship rings experience in our instructors.  Players from ALL SCHOOLS are welcome. Camp goers are encouraged to bring tennis shoes in case we have to move inside.

 

Grades are Kindergarten to INCOMING 8th Graders.

Sponsors are to be announced.

Prestonsburg Little League Scores for past week

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The rain has definitely hurt our Little League games this past week.  Wednesday-Sunday, games were cancelled for our little champs and postpone to this week. Below is a list of scores for Monday and Tuesday nights games.

 

Tuesday, June 30, 2015 @ 6:00pm
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Morgan County 9-10 0
Paintsville 9-10 14
Tuesday, June 30, 2015 @ 6:00pm
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Phelps 11-12 0
Paintsville 11-12 17
Monday, June 29, 2015 @ 8:00pm
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South Central 9-10 5
Paintsville 9-10 19
Monday, June 29, 2015 @ 8:00pm
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Knott County 11-12 1
Prestonsburg 11-12 23
Monday, June 29, 2015 @ 8:00pm
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South Central 10-11 2
Paintsville 10-11 15
Monday, June 29, 2015 @ 6:00pm
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Knott County 10-11 18
Prestonsburg 10-11 2
Monday, June 29, 2015 @ 6:00pm
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Morgan County 9-10 5
Belfry 9-10 8
Monday, June 29, 2015 @ 6:00pm
Final
South Central 11-12 5
Morgan County 11-12 7

Team USA Women’s Soccer Wins Over Japan

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Yesterday, Sunday July 5th, team USA went up against Japan in the women’s soccer finals.  Team USA came out over Japan with a score of 5-2.

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — The U.S. women’s soccer team, looking for revenge after a devastating loss in 2011 at the hands of Japan, dominated the World Cup final, solidly controlling the field and confusing the opposition’s defense for the first half of the game.

The victory was handily led by midfielder Carli Lloyd who came up with three early goals to take a commanding lead within the first 20 minutes, ultimately leading to a third World Cup title.

The U.S. and Japan would finish the full 90 minutes of the game, and the U.S. would win by a final 5-2 margin, securing its first World Cup title since 1999 and its third overall — the most in women’s soccer history. But by the 16th minute, the game was already over, CBSSports.com reported.”

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Hello our wonderful listeners!

Q95fm is now hiring a Full-time morning DJ. If you have an excellent speaking voice and radio experience, please come into Q95FM to apply for our morning DJ position between the hours of 8am-5pm Monday-Friday.

To learn more about our available position, you can contact us at 606-886-8409.

 

Former Cat Anthony Davis, Pelicans Agree To Max Extension

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“Anthony Davis and the New Orleans Pelicans have agreed on a five-year extension worth more than $140 million.

Davis tweeted: ”NOLA, I am here to stay! Just getting started” shortly after free agency opened late Tuesday night, and a person with knowledge of the details confirmed the agreement to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the deal cannot yet be signed.

The 22-year-old Davis is entering the final season of a four-year contract he signed after being drafted first overall out of Kentucky in 2012. He had until Oct. 31 to accept the offer or could have become a restricted free agent next offseason.

Davis averaged 24.4 points, 10.2 rebounds and 2.9 blocks this season. The exact value of his extension, which includes a player option for the final year, can’t be determined until the salary cap has been set next week.

The Pelicans have made no secret of their plan to build around the 6-foot-10 Davis, who is faster than most players his size, can score from inside and outside, and changes games defensively with his shot-blocking and rebounding.

He has been named an All-Star twice in his first three pro seasons. He also won a gold medal with the U.S. Olympic team in 2012 shortly after winning a national title with Kentucky, and led the Americans to another gold at the Basketball World Cup last summer.

Next season, he’ll be playing for new Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry, who has said he intends to introduce a faster-paced offense with Davis as the focal point. Gentry, who recently won an NBA championship as an assistant with Golden State, gained additional familiarity with Davis during the first round of the playoffs, when Davis averaged 31.5 points, 11 rebounds and three blocks in four games against the Warriors.

”We’re going to play a lot faster and give (Davis) an opportunity to be in the open court,” Gentry said last week. ”He is our best player and a lot of things are going to be built around him. I think he’s a real versatile player.”’

-Lexington Post

Laura Bassett of England Scores winning goal for opposing team

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With the score tied at 1-1, Japan was pushing for a late winner to prevent 30 minutes of extra time. Nahomi Kawasumi played a cross into the box from the right side and defender Laura Bassett—far from a household name here—lunged to intercept it. Facing her own goal from 15 yards out, she caught the ball with her right foot and sent it looping into England’s net off the crossbar.

Had it come at the other end, Bassett’s goal would have been a contender for strike of the tournament.

“It was a horrible moment, but you just have to look at how the team has supported her to understand that she’ll be able to get over it,” Sampson said.

If there is a more unfortunate way to lose a World Cup semifinal, no one has found it yet. The distinction could belong to England for a long time. This country knows a thing or two about heartbreaking tournament exits.

Reds down Minnesota 11-7 last night

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The early innings of last night’s Cincinnati/Minnesota game saw a flurry of runs from both teams. The Reds eventually held off the Twins, 11-7 to win the opening game of the interleague series. The Reds had been swept by the Mets and scored only four runs in the past three games, but built a 9-1 lead through three innings last night. Eugenio Suarez had a two run double, and Joey Votto hit a two run single against Alex Meyer. Every single position player had at least one hit in the game, including Tucker Barnhardt who went 4 for 5. Game 2 of the series gets underway tonight at 7:10pm at Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati. Anthony DeSclafani will get the start for the Reds, while Phil Hughes will start for Minnesota.

Dwayne Wade Decides Not To Pick Up Miami Option

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Dwayne Wade has played his entire NBA career with the Miami Heat, but his days in South Beach could be coming to an end. The All-Star and Three-Time NBA Champion decided yesterday not to pick up his option with the team and will become a free-agent tomorrow. The former Marquette star was scheduled to make $16.1 million next season. The Heat and Wade have been at a crossroads concerning his contract and the 33 year old has left around 27 million on the table in past free agency talks, helping bring Lebron James and Chris Bosh to the team in the past. Wade now wants to be compensated for those sacrifices. Losing the face of the franchise would be a huge blow to Heat President Pat Riley, who saw Lebron James leave the team last year to return to Cleveland. Luol Deng decided to exercise his option and remain with the team. Wade is believed to talk with the Los Angeles Lakers, New York Knicks, Dallas Mavericks, and Chicago Bulls. He will also likely talk with the Heat, who will try to keep him on the roster.

Reds host Minnesota tonight in Cincinnati at 7:10pm

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Mike Leake will be on the mound tonight for the Cincinnati Reds, who host the Minnesota Twins at Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati. Mike Pelfry will get the start for the Twins. Tonight’s game begins a three-game interleague series between the two teams. The Reds will look to get back in the winning column after dropping a 7-2 loss to the New York Mets yesterday at Citi Field in Flushing, New York. Tonight’s game is set to begin at 7:10pm.

Kyle Busch Returns to Victory Lane at Sonoma

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Kyle Busch made a huge step towards joining this year’s Chase for the Sprint Cup by winning on the Sonoma road course yesterday in California. The driver of the #18 Joe Gibbs Toyota came in for tires on the last caution and blew by leader Jimmie Johnson to pick up his first win of the season. The race also saw the first ever 1-2 finish for Busch and his older brother, Kurt. Kyle Busch missed the first 11 races of the season after breaking his leg in the season opening XFINITY Series race at Daytona. It was the first time in 46 races that Busch won a Sprint Cup race. Busch won for the 30th time in his career and 2nd at Sonoma. Clint Bowyer finished third, followed by Kevin Harvick and Joey Logano. The top ten was rounded out by Jimmie Johnson, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kasey Kahne, Ryan Newman, and Sam Hornish Jr. Jeff Gordon finished a disappointing 16th in his final race at Sonoma. Next week, the series heads back to Daytona for the 4th of July night race.