WYMT’s game of the week is between Paintsville and Pikeville


Paintsville High School has a record of 13-0 with a rank of #4 and Pikeville has a record of 11-2 and ranked #7!

Who do you think will win?!

Check out what Daniels and Pugh have to say about tonights game HERE !

Eastern Kentucky High School Football has gone far!!!


This past Firday night was the third game of the finals in High School Football!  We, here at Q95fm, are very proud of our Eastern Kentucky Teams!

Johnson County has both if it’s high school teams advancing in the finals!

Johnson Central won over Scott with a final score of 27-26!

Paintsville High won over Paris with a final score of 48-28!

Pikeville won over Hazard with a final score of 50-6!

Belfry won over Lawrence County with a final score of 52-12!


A huge congratulations to all of the teams for remarkable effort and never giving up!

Huge applause to our winners!!  Can’t wait until this weekends games!

Couch Cal makes a few comments on each recruit for next season!


Edrice “Bam” Adebayo

“Of all the players I saw in the summer, no one had a combination of a dominating spirit and a physical presence like Bam,” Calipari said. “He has a skill level of a player that is normally four inches smaller than him. Aside from his rebounding ability, he plays positionless basketball, just like our other kids. Bam is going to be a big-time player for us.”

De’Aaron Fox

“De’Aaron Fox has speed, he has scoring ability, he can really pass and he can guard the ball,” Calipari said. “But those are things that can be said about different players. The intangible that I really loved is that every player wants to play with him. This whole class wants him to be the guard on the team. When I found out how much they loved him, I nicknamed him ‘the General’ because they all want to play for him.”

Wenyen Gabriel

“When I saw Wenyen, I knew he had grown from 6-3 to 6-9,” Calipari said. “I see him as a 6-10 guard in the sense that, if we’re playing three guards, he’s one of them. He can really shoot it, he’s got a great shot and he’s a shot blocker defensively. He’s an energy guy who can guard multiple positions and is getting better by the day. Wenyen fits in perfectly with this class.”

Sacha Killeya-Jones

“When we learned about Sacha and were contacted about him having an interest in us, I asked him why Kentucky,” Calipari said. “His answer was, ‘Because you’ve coached players like me who have had growth spurts and all of those players have done well for you.’ You’re talking about a skilled player who can block shots. He can play multiple positions and fits in with the mold of kids we have, which are great kids, great students and great teammates.”

Malik Monk

“Malik is a scoring point guard who can play both positions,” Calipari said. “Malik has Derrick Rose explosiveness. Think about that for a second. He’s as good of a scorer, as good of a shooter and as good of a shot creator as I’ve seen in a while. With his quickness and speed, he should be a great defender – a great defender.”

Tai Wynyard

“With Tai, you’re talking about a 6-9 physical athlete who is not afraid to get physical,” Calipari said. “He has good skills. The most exciting part is what he’s done with his country’s national team. Everybody that’s watched him recently has said, ‘Man has he gotten better. He’s competing at a high level.’ They’ve never seen him as physically fit. Tai is totally different than any player we have.”
-Kentucky Sports Radio

High School Football is in its 3rd round of finals!


Prayers for all the players, coaches and helpers during tonights (November 20th) games!!!!

Good luck to all from Q95FM!!


Class 6-A
Central Hardin at #8 McCracken County
#2 Trinity at #1 Male
#3 Simon Kenton at #10 Cooper
#7 Lafayette at #4 Scott County

Class 5-A
#1 Bowling Green at #2 Owensboro
#4 Fern Creek at #6 South Oldham
Covington Catholic at Highlands
#5 North Laurel at #3 Pulaski County

Class 4-A (defending champ Highlands moved to 5-A)
Franklin-Simpson at #1 South Warren
#3 Shelby County at #7 John Hardin
Knox Central at #8 Wayne County
#4 Johnson Central at #9 Scott

Class 3-A
#2 Elizabethtown at #5 Caldwell County
#6 Lexington Catholic at #4 Central
Lawrence County at #1 Belfry
#7 Bell County at Corbin

Class 2-A
#5 Owensboro Catholic at #1 Mayfield
#4 Desales at #3 Christian Academy
Lloyd Memorial at #10 Newport Central Catholic
Lexington Christian at #2 Danville

Class 1-A (defending champion Mayfield moved to 2-A)
#10 Bethlehem at #7 Russellville
#2 Beechwood at Louisville Holy Cross
#1 Paintsville at #3 Paris
#5 Hazard at #4 Pikeville

Calipari announces his 2016 recruiting class


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Eat, Sleep, and Play Football!!

It’s Thursday!!  We all know what comes after Thursday! What is it??  Friday and Friday brings High School Football!!  The upcoming games for Friday November 20th are the following:

Paintsville @ Paris

Hazard @ Pikeville

Lawrence County @ Belfry

Johnson Central @ Scott


November 13th’s Friday Night Lights


We have made it down to the final games, with just a few Friday nights to sit on the stands and cheer for our local teams until next season!  Below are the scores for a few of our local teams…

Hazard 35 @ Harlan 14

Raceland 15 @ Paintsville 20

Williansburg 14 @ Pikeville 56

Russell 12 @ Belfry 42

Lawrence County 45 @ West Carter 38

GreenUp County 6 @ Johnson Central 49

Rhonda Rousey is an amazing UFC Fighter! Holly Holm has made a statement!

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Mayweather expresses sympathy with Rousey

Rousey had been unbeaten in 12 professional fights – winning 11 in the first round – before losing her UFC women’s bantamweight championship to Holly Holm on Sunday.

Holm emerged victorious by knocking out Rousey in the second round at UFC 193 in Melbourne.

After the fight rapper 50 Cent posted an image mocking Rousey’s defeat on Instagram, claiming Mayweather – the retired unbeaten former welterweight boxing champion – had instructed him to do so.

“However, Mayweather told Fighthype.com: “I haven’t really spoke to anyone about the Ronda Rousey situation, just to set the record straight.

“I don’t have anything against MMA fighters. It’s just like boxing; you win some, you lose some. A true champion can take a loss and bounce back.

“I don’t think it’s cool how everyone is trolling her on social media. Certain things you have to learn.

“People will love you on Friday and then Sunday morning, it’s nothing but negative comments and people making jokes and people making fun about you, which I don’t think is cool.

“I’m pretty sure she’s a very, very strong person, but we still have to take into consideration that she has feelings. Everything happens for a reason. This was already written.

“Listen, if God says, ‘In Floyd’s career, I don’t want him to lose’, you know what? I wasn’t going to lose. That doesn’t mean that I haven’t took a loss before.

“I’m not talking about boxing; I’m just talking about life. When you lose a loved one, that’s taking a loss. I think that everything is just a learning experience. In due time, she’ll be able to bounce back and make some noise again in mixed martial arts.”

Rousey and Mayweather have previously been exchanged in a public war of words.

Mayweather said he did not know who Rousey was back in 2014. The 28-year-old responded after winning the Best Fighter award at the ESPYs ahead of Mayweather earlier this year by referencing his previous domestic violence convictions.

She said: “I wonder how Floyd feels being beat by a woman for once? I’d like to see you pretend to not know who I am now.””

-Yahoo News and Sports

Gottlieb: Ronda Rousey KO’d in stunning upset

UPDATE!!: “Crystal Ball Predictions” etc…… University of Kentucky has gotten another commitment for 2016

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“Crystal Ball Predictions” say that Edrice Adebayo will be committing to our favorite school at 9:30 am today!!


Judging by the “Crystal ball predictions” on 24-7 Sports, Edrice Adebayo will be committing this morning at 9:30 am to (fingers crossed) the University of Kentucky!!

“Crystal ball predictions” says that Adebayo is 54% UK and 46% NC State!   Adebayo is a 18 yrs old, 6’9″ and weighing in at 232 and will play the class of 2016!  He is a five-star power forward and looking good from High Point Christian Academy!!