firstname.lastname@example.orgMingo Central finished in second place in the final Cardinal Conference standings released on Thursday.
email@example.comNAUGATUCK – Tug Valley has never won a playoff game in football.
These days Mingo County only has two high schools, which is a far cry from years ago when there were as many as eight schools.But consolidation has changed all of that.
PIKEVILLE, Ky. - K.K. Simmons isn't afraid to shoot, and for University of Pikeville fans that shouldn't be a problem as he nailed seven 3-pointers to lead the Bears with 30 points in a 124-77 rout of Alice Lloyd on Saturday in the finale...
firstname.lastname@example.orgTug Valley finished the regular season ranked No. 2 in the state in Class A and with the school's highest ranking in history.
Congratulations to the Tug Valley cheerleading squad for winning another Class A Regional championship. They will be heading back to the state tournament in December. The Panther cheer squad is building a dynasty when it comes to...
Camron Justice, of Knott County Central High School located in Hindman, Kentucky, will sign a National Letter of Intent with Vanderbilt University basketball on Wednesday.
By Kyle Lovern andBy Courtney Lovern
Friday's ScoresClass AAAAFirst RoundAshland Blazer 49, Holmes 14Boyle Co. 45, Russell Co. 22Franklin-Simpson 62, Hopkins Co. Central 6
Friday's ScoresBluefield 19, Wayne 14Bridgeport 48, Preston 13Buckhannon-Upshur 41, Elkins 7Buffalo 36, Wahama 18Cabell Midland 49, Brooke 24
Pos. - School - Conf. - All1. x-Wayne 7-0 8-12. Mingo Central 6-1 8-13. Scott 5-2 6-34. Sissonville 4-3 6-35. Herbert Hoover 3-4 5-4
The high school football playoffs start this weekend in Kentucky, while West Virginia winds up its regular season.The Belfry Pirates (8-2), ranked No. 4 in AAA, will play host to Jackson County (2-8) at CAM Stadium Friday night.
email@example.comThe Mingo Central Miners (8-1) have one more regular season game as they travel to McDowell County to take on Mt. View.
GOODY, Ky. – The Belfry Pirates will have another sub-par opponent in the first round of the Kentucky High School playoffs on Friday night as the Jackson County Generals visit CAM Stadium.
LEXINGTON, Ky. – The Belfry Middle School Pirates football team won its third straight state title this past weekend in Lexington, Ky.
The Tug Valley Panthers has one of the best football teams in the school history this season and they are thriving.
Congratulations to the Tug Valley football team and their coaching staff for finishing with the best regular season record in school history at 9-1. It wasn't that many years ago the Panthers had several straight losing seasons.
By Kyle Lovern