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Jackson Hensley and the rest of the Pikeville Panthers had one goal this season and that was to win the Class A state championship.

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Phelps’ Danielle Prater goes up for a shot in action last season against Paintsville in the 15th Region All “A” Classic at the Appalachian Wireless Arena. Prater recently scored her 2,00th career point at Phelps. The Lady Hornets are off to a 2-0 start this season with a 68-33 win over Hurle…

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The state champion Pikeville Panthers hoist the state championship trophy after winning 43-0 over the Paintsville Tigers Friday in the Class 1A 2019 UK Orthopaedics/KHSAA Commonwealth Gridiron Bowl at Kroger Field in Lexington.

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Class 3A 2019 UK Orthopaedics/KHSAA Gridiron Bowl

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Belfry’s defense swarms to the ball against Ashland Blazer last week in the Class 3A region championship. The Pirates traveled to DeSales last night and picked up a 15-14 win in double-overtime. Trailing 14-13 in the second overtime, Belfry coach Philip Haywood decided to go for two after De…

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Dalton Meade scooted down the Shelby Valley hallways with a smile on his face Tuesday morning.

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UPike football ended its season in unfortunate fashion on Saturday, losing to Thomas More, 34-21.

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It was a night to remember for UPike football’s 21 seniors as the Bears defeated Bethel 44-34 to close out the 2019 home schedule.

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Pikeville, Shelby Valley and Belfry all walked away as region champs in their division Saturday at the Region 8 Competitive Cheer competition at the Appalachian Wireless Arena.

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Rio Grande made the ending more interesting than Pikeville had hoped, but the Bears showed their resilience and did what it must to defeat the RedStorm on Tuesday, 94-92.

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UPike men’s basketball sent a statement Saturday afternoon that it is one of the top teams in the country after defeating (RV) Bethel, 94-70 to close the Appalachian Wireless Classic.

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Belfry’s Isaac Dixon takes off downfield Friday night against Johnson Central. The Pirates fell to the Golden Eagles, 53-16.

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UPike football hung around with one of the best teams in the country early, but No. 8 Lindsey Wilson pulled away in the second half to put a damper to the homecoming game, a 45-10 loss.

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The Belfry Middle School Pirates met Pikeville in the Kentucky Middle School Football Regional 4 Final Saturday at Belfry. The Pirates emerged victorious 24-14. The Pirates move on to the state semifinals, where they will face Lexington Christian Academy Saturday in Lexington, with a chance …

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Shelby Valley’s Mikey Mullins makes his way into the end zone Friday night in a 56-14 win over Bath County. With the win, the Wildcats advance to 8-2 on the season going into a Bye Week.

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Shelby Valley’s Dalton Meade scrambles Friday night against East Ridge. The Wildcats rolled to a 50-14 win over the Warriors.

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Pikeville’s Clay Tinsley celebrates after a touchdown Friday night against Hazard. Tinsley scored the game’s first touchdown on a 61-yard run in the first quarter. The Panthers picked up a 42-0 win over the Bulldogs.

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Belfry’s Ben Bentley crosses the goal line for a touchdown Friday night against district opponent Lawrence County. The Pirates sailed to a 48-0 win over the Bulldogs to stay undefeated in district play.

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