Coming up 9/4/15 High School Football Games


-Sheldon Clark at Betsy Layne

-Western at Butler Christian Academy

-Louisville at Central

-Montgomery County at Harrison County

-Johnson Central at Lexington Catholic

-Mayfield at Paducah Tilghman

-Pikeville at Paintsville

-Bowling Green at St. Xavier

-Perry County Central at Wayne County

-Union County at Webster County

-See more at: Bluegrass Rivals

Tokyo won the Little League World Series on Sunday August 30th


Tokyo won the Little League World Series on Sunday, pounding out 22 hits and overcoming an eight-run first-inning deficit to beat Lewisberry, Pennsylvania, 18-11.

Pennsylvania scored 10 times and sent 14 batters to the plate in the bottom of the first after falling behind 2-0. But Japan, which had given up a total of 10 runs in its other tournament games, responded with seven runs in the second, four in the third inning and five in the sixth.

Words of Chris McNamee from the Paintsville-Pikeville game



“I’m excited. You know this Paintsville-Pikeville thing has gone way, way back to even when I was playing,” Pikeville head coach Chris McNamee said. “Just similar schools size wise. You know, both of us, our school systems are academically towards the top of the state each year and we compete in nearly every sport in both girls and boys sports. Our kids know their kids and vice versa. It’s been a good rivalry throughout the years so we are looking forward to going down there and having a good crowd and I know our guys are looking forward to it.”

Player of the Week candidates for Week zero of the High School Football Season


Jesse Brown (Allen Central)
2 carries, 113 yards, 2 TD

Tryeton Humfleet (Bell County)
13 carries, 130 yards, 4 TD

Will Sexton (Clay County)
15-24, 244 yards, 2 TD

Wes Wolfe (Clay County)
7 receptions, 137 yards, TD

Drew Carter (Corbin)
10 carries, 115 yards

Tucker Jewell (Corbin)
15 carries, 110 yards, TD

Brody Johnson (East Ridge)
23 carries, 231 yards, TD

Kordel Day (Estill County)
23 carries, 174 yards, 2 TD

Corey Smith (Hazard)
13 carries, 167 yards, TD

Cole Ratliff (Hazard)
10-14, 247 yards, TD

Myles Hurst (Jackson County)
22 carries, 335 yards, 3 TD

Cameron Jones (Knott County Central)
13-19, 219 yards, 4 TD

Dalton Cornett (Knott County Central)
5 receptions, 150 yards, 4 TD

Cole Mosley (Lawrence County)
16 carries, 144 yards, TD

Robert Dalton (Lawrence County)
7 receptions, 120 yards, TD

Jaylyn Williams (Letcher County Central)
29 carries, 464 yards, 6 TD

Kent Phelps (Paintsville)
5 carries, 177 yards, 2 TD

Seth Napier (Perry County Central)
11 carries, 163 yards, 5 TD

Jordan Combs (Perry County Central)
12 carries, 125 yards, TD

Seth Conn (Pike County Central)
20-29, 386 yards, 3 TD

Daric Pugh (Pikeville)
23 carries, 303 yards, 4 TD

Jaylon Conwell (Pulaski County)
23 carries, 145 yards, 2 TD

Riley Hall (Pulaski County)
26-30, 375 yards, 5 TD; 6 carries, 45 yards, 2 TD

Jake Johnson (Pulaski County)
7 receptions, 154 yards, TD

George Gregory (Pulaski County)
8 receptions, 116 yards, TD

Jordan Doan (Somerset)
9 carries, 159 yards, 5 TD

James Little (South Floyd)
15 carries, 118 yards, 2 TD


Dodgers win over the Reds


The Reds, who have lost 11 of their last 12 games and slipped to 1-8 on their 10-game homestand, reached left-hander Brett Anderson for three unearned runs. Anderson (8-8) gave up five hits with one walk, four strikeouts and a wild pitch.

Scott Van Slyke, A.J. Ellis and Yasiel Puig all homered during a five-run fourth inning, and the Los Angeles Dodgers held on for a 7-4 victory over the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday night.

Kike Hernandez added three hits and Adrian Gonzalez chipped in a ninth-inning RBI double for the NL West-leading Dodgers, have won two straight games after a season-high, five-game losing streak.

Lou Tsioropoulos passes away at 84. Former UK player

lou tsioropoulos


Lou Tsioropoulos, a member of Kentucky’s 1951 NCAA national championship team and the unbeaten ’53-54 squad who went on to win two NBA titles with the Boston Celtics, has died. He was 84.


The team from Bonita, California will play the loser of the game on Wednesday night between Texas and Pennsylvania

California eliminates Kentucky 11-3 at LLWS

 California hit a pair of home runs and took full advantage of four errors, pulling away to an 11-3 victory on Tuesday night that eliminated Kentucky from the Little League World Series. Bowling Green, Kentucky, managed only six hits and self-destructed with fielding miscues. Bonita scored three times in the first with the help of two throwing errors and a wild pitch. Levi Mendez hit a two-run homer in the second for a 5-0 lead.  The winner of that game advances to the championship of the U.S. bracket.

Prepare yourself to be a Kentucky Football Fan! Here comes football season!


We all know it is time to prepare ourselves for another season of being high force Kentucky Football Fans! Good part is, University of Kentucky makes that easier for us each year!

OOC opponents include UL Lafayette, EKU, Charlotte and Louisville.

SEC schedule includes South Carolina, Florida, Missouri, Auburn, Mississippi State, Tennessee, Georgia and Vandy.

There will be eight home games on the schedule this year so that should put Kentucky to an advantage!  Offensively, we have Towels at Quarter Back, and a good group of RB’s and WR’s.

Do you think there is more work to do defensively than on offense with UK Football?

Prestonsburg against Sheldon Clark Friday 8-28-15


This past week, Aug 21, Prestonsburg  High School went up against Pikeville.  Prestonsburg had a devastating loss of 6-43.

This Friday, August 28th, 2015, Prestonsburg Black Cats will Play Sheldon Clark Cardinals.

Lets go Black Cats!!  The game will be on Q95fm at 7:30.  Listen in to see how our home team does!!

Aug 28 Sheldon Clark

HUGE Thank You to Prestonsburg Football Sponsors!!

Aug 28 Sheldon Clark

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