LOCAL SPORTS

Local Sports 9-30-2014


H.S. Boys Soccer - Scores:

Monday, September 29, 2014

Johnson Central

5

vs. Prestonsburg

1

 

Perry County Central

8

vs. Buckhorn

0

 

Pikeville

4

at Paintsville

2

 

H.S. Girls Soccer - Scores:

Monday, September 29, 2014

Boyd County

2

at Montgomery County

2

 

Johnson Central

10

at Greenup Co.

2

 

H.S. Golf

Congratulations to the 2014 10th Region Girls Golf Champions, the Johnson Central Lady Eagles.

* Also congratulations to the 15th Region Runner-up team, the Sheldon Clark Lady Cardinals. The top 2 teams advance to State competition.

* Katherine Dale of Paintsville H.S. also individually qualifies for State competition in Bowling Green next week. The Girls 10th Region Tournament Host was Paintsville H.S. and the tournament was held at the Paintsville C.C.

* The Boys 11th Region Tournament will take place today from the Paintsville Country Club.

UK Football

Four University of Kentucky football student-athletes, freshmen Dorian Baker, Drew Barker, Tymere Dubose and Stanley “Boom” Williams, have been suspended for Saturday’s game vs. South Carolina and will have additional internal team discipline for violation of team rules in relation to an incident on campus Sunday evening.

“Proper conduct is emphasized as a core value of our program,” Coach Mark Stoops said. “If we have a situation in which someone who does not act according to our standards, we hold him accountable.”

JCEAA Football Tonight

The 2014 JCEAA Football Championship Night is tonight @ JCHS Eagle Field.
Game 1 – Porter vs Flat Gap
Game 2 – W.R. Castle vs. Meade Memorial (Consolation Game)
Game 3 – Highland vs Central (Championship Game.

ALL three games available on WSIP 98.9 FM and www.wsipfm.com (Live Streaming)

JCEAA Girls Basketball Scores

Last Night @ JCHS

Central Elem. Defeated Meade Memorial 33-18
Highland defeated Flat Gap 29-14

Championship Night will be Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Game 1 (Consolation) Meade vs Flat Gap
Game 2 (Championship) Central vs Highland

Both games available on WSIP 98.9 FM and www.wsipfm.com (Live Streaming)

Local Sports 9-29-2014


H.S. Football

Friday, September 26, 2014

Ashland Blazer

42

vs. Rowan County

22

 

Belfry

49

vs. Sheldon Clark

0

 

Estill County

62

vs. Powell County

6

 

Fairview

40

vs. East Ridge

6

 

Johnson Central

64

at Boyd County

19

 

Letcher County Central

42

at Somerset

26

 

Magoffin County

53

vs. Knott County Central

0

 

Mason County

50

vs. East Carter

0

 

Morgan County

12

vs. Jackson County

8

 

Paintsville

56

vs. Phelps

0

 

Pikeville

31

at Middlesboro

20

 

Prestonsburg

64

vs. Betsy Layne

12

 

Raceland

47

at Lawrence County

14

 

Rockcastle County

22

vs. Perry County Central

20

 

Russell

34

vs. West Carter

6

 

Shelby Valley

45

at Harlan

7

 

H.S. Boys Soccer

Monday, September 29, 2014

Russell

-

at Ashland Blazer

-

7:30 PM

Chesapeake, OH

-

at Greenup County

-

8:00 PM

Prestonsburg

-

at Johnson Central

-

6:30 PM

Pikeville

-

at Paintsville

-

6:00 PM

Buckhorn

-

at Perry County Central

-

6:30 PM

H.S. Girls Soccer

Monday, September 29, 2014

Perry County Central

-

at Breathitt County

-

6:00 PM

Johnson Central

-

at Greenup County

-

6:00 PM

East Carter

-

at Lawrence County

-

6:00 PM

Boyd County

-

at Montgomery County

-

6:00 PM

Pikeville

-

at Paintsville

-

8:00 PM

Hurricane, WV

-

at Russell

-

6:00 PM

Bullitt East

-

at Shelby County

-

7:30 PM

Prestonsburg

-

at Sheldon Clark

-

7:00 PM

UK Football

A stifling defensive effort limited Vanderbilt to 139 yards of total offense and propelled Kentucky to a 17-7 win on a perfect Saturday afternoon, in front of a season-best 56,940 at Commonwealth Stadium. Kentucky (3-1, 1-1 Southeastern Conference) posted its first league win in the head coach Mark Stoops era, while showcasing a dominating defense that handcuffed Vanderbilt (1-4, 0-3 SEC) into just 85 passing and 54 rushing yards. In holding Vandy to just 139 yards, it marked the fewest yards allowed by UK in an SEC game since holding the Dores to 91 yards in 1996.

UK’s defense totaled three interceptions, charting four sacks and forcing VU quarterback Wade Freebeck into an 8-for-23 game. UK’s front seven was paced by 1.5 sacks from senior defensive end Alvin “Bud” Dupree, with Ashely Lowery, Marcus McWilson and A.J. Stamps each recording interceptions. The interception for McWilson, a sophomore safety, marked his first career pick. UK QB Patrick Towles was 23-for-30 from the air for 201 yards, notching rushing and receiving touchdowns. Through his first four career starts, Towles has totaled 1,117 passing yards and six touchdowns, completing 62-percent of his passes (84-for-135). Kentucky will return to action on Saturday, playing host to No. 13 South Carolina in a 7:30 p.m. kickoff at Commonwealth Stadium.

Local Sports 9-26-2014


H.S. Football

Friday, September 26, 2014

Rowan County

-

at Ashland Blazer

-

7:30 PM

Sheldon Clark

-

at Belfry

-

7:30 PM

Johnson Central

-

at Boyd County

-

7:30 PM

Powell County

-

at Estill County

-

7:30 PM

East Ridge

-

at Fairview

-

7:30 PM

Shelby Valley

-

at Harlan

-

7:30 PM

Breathitt County

-

at Hazard

-

7:30 PM

Raceland

-

at Lawrence County

-

7:30 PM

Knott County Central

-

at Magoffin County

-

7:30 PM

East Carter

-

at Mason County

-

7:30 PM

Pikeville

-

at Middlesboro

-

7:30 PM

Jackson County

-

at Morgan County

-

 

Phelps

-

at Paintsville

-

7:30 PM

Betsy Layne

-

at Prestonsburg

-

7:30 PM

Perry County Central

-

at Rockcastle County

-

7:30 PM

West Carter

-

at Russell

-

7:30 PM

UK Football

After a heartbreaking triple-overtime loss at Florida, followed by an open date, the University of Kentucky football team is anxious to get back on the field and continue Southeastern Conference action as it faces Vanderbilt on Saturday at noon ET inside Commonwealth Stadium.The Wildcats went toe-to-toe with the Gators before falling in triple overtime. Sophomore quarterback Patrick Towles was 24-for-45 in the game with 369 yards and three touchdowns. His favorite target was true freshman wide receiver Garrett Johnson, who caught six passes for 154 yards and two touchdowns. The 154 yards were the most ever by a UK freshman. Kentucky is looking to rebound with a win over Vanderbilt, which is coming off a 48-34 shootout loss at home vs. South Carolina. A victory would take UK’s record to 3-1 for the first time since 2010 and only the fifth time since 2000.

Local Sports 9-22-2014


H.S. Football

Friday, September 19, 2014

Betsy Layne

44

at Knott County Central

0

 

East Ridge

43

vs. Phelps

0

 

Estill County

49

vs. Bath County

24

 

Greenup County

32

at West Carter

26

(overtime)

Hazard

43

vs. Fairview

19

 

Ironton, OH

41

vs. Ashland Blazer

13

 

Johnson Central

43

at Harlan County

14

 

Lawrence County

42

at East Carter

10

 

Leslie County

57

vs. McCreary Central

12

 

Letcher County Central

47

at Sheldon Clark

6

 

Paintsville

51

vs. Allen Central

8

 

Perry County Central

48

vs. Breathitt County

12

 

Pikeville

29

vs. Belfry

20

 

Prestonsburg

31

vs. Pike County Central

22

 

Raceland

48

vs. Dawson Bryant (Coal Grove), OH

32

 

Russell

28

vs. Boyd County

13

 

South Floyd

51

at Jenkins

24

 

Tates Creek

41

vs. Rowan County

20

 

H.S. Boys Soccer Tonight

Monday, September 22, 2014

South Point, OH

-

at Ashland Blazer

-

6:00 PM

Rowan County

-

at Bath County

-

6:00 PM

Pikeville

-

at Johnson Central

-

6:30 PM

Prestonsburg

-

at Paintsville

-

6:00 PM

H.S. Girls Soccer Tonight

Monday, September 22, 2014

Boyd County

-

at Lawrence County

-

6:00 PM

Prestonsburg

-

at Paintsville

-

8:00 PM

East Carter

-

at Rowan County

-

6:00 PM

Minford, OH

-

at Russell

-

6:00 PM

Mingo Central, WV

-

at Sheldon Clark

-

7:30 PM

St. Patrick

-

at West Carter

-

6:00 PM

H.S. Volleyball

Monday, September 22, 2014

Pike County Central

-

at Belfry

-

6:00 PM

Perry County Central

-

at Corbin

-

5:30 PM

Morgan County

-

at Elliott County

-

6:00 PM

Boyd County

-

at Ironton St. Joseph, OH

-

6:00 PM

Breathitt County

-

at Jackson City

-

6:00 PM

East Ridge

-

at Jenkins

-

6:00 PM

Red Bird

-

at Knott County Central

-

6:00 PM

Fairview

-

at Lawrence County

-

7:00 PM

East Carter

-

at Lewis County

-

7:00 PM

Johnson Central

-

at Magoffin County

-

6:00 PM

Shelby Valley

-

at Phelps

-

6:00 PM

Betsy Layne

-

at Prestonsburg

-

6:00 PM

Morehead State Football

The Morehead State football team erased an early 11-0 deficit Saturday to defeat the Davidson Wildcats, 40-32, in both team's Pioneer Football League opener at Richardson Stadium. Morehead State won its PFL opener for the first time since the 2008 season and improved to 2-2 overall. Davidson fell to 1-3. MSU topped the Wildcats for the third straight season, notching 40 or more points all three seasons.

Senior running back Rees Macshara recorded his eighth career 100-yard game with a game-best 129 yards on 27 totes. Sophomore quarterback Austin Gahafer, who leads the conference in yards per contest, threw for 276 yards on 24-of-41 with one touchdown. He also added 75 rushing yards and a score via the ground game. Senior slot receiver Brandon Bornhauser scored twice on the ground.

Junior wide receiver Tanner Napier hauled in three passes for a team-best 73 yards. Gahafer completed passes to 11 different individuals. Morehead State is idle next Saturday before hosting PFL foe Campbell on Oct. 4 at 1 p.m. ET. That contest will be the annual Homecoming game.

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