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An incoming University of Pikeville freshman is taking her archery skills to the world stage this weekend.

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When you think of Belfry football, you think of tough, hard-nosed physical play.

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The Shelby Valley Senior League All-Stars didn’t advance to the World Series, but had a strong showing finishing fourth in the Central Regional.

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Committed to bringing fans the best experience and most electrifying athletes on the planet, the Harlem Globetrotters will give their fans a chance to get closer than ever to the action and team’s stars with their brand-new Fan Powered World Tour, which is set to come to the Appalachian Wire…

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Everything starts up front.

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What can this year’s Pikeville Panther team accomplish?

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Some people are just born to coach. Wesley Bryant is one of those people. Bryant not only coaches the Jenkins girls’ basketball team, he has now taken the role of head coach for volleyball coach as well.

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Jackson Hensley didn’t just sneak into the picture as one of the state’s best players, he jumped onto the scene on the biggest stage last December.

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Main Street Live returned to downtown Pikeville on Friday with live music by the band Sons of FM at the Billy Johnson Stage at Appalachian Wireless Arena. The next Main Street Live event in Pikeville will be held Aug. 2.

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A Shelby Valley wide reciever catches a pass against Jenkins Tuesday evening during a seven-on-seven game. For more photos, see page 3B.

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Wednesday morning Kentucky Sports Radio made its return to Pikeville and the turnout didn’t disappoint.

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The University of Pikeville hosted a seven-on-seven football camp for local teams in the area. Pikeville won the seven-on-seven event yesterday.

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Georgetown running back and former Pikeville Panther standout Daric Pugh was named to the Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame’s All-Commonwealth Team.

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In the midst of the three week summer basketball period, UPike hosted its annual team camp that played host to over 50 teams this year.

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Last week during the Big Blue Caravan visit to Paintsville, the national media predicted that the University of Kentucky would win six games this season.

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The Appalachian Newspapers All Mountain Softball team is selected from the teams in the coverage areas of the Appalachian News-Express, the Floyd Chronicle and Times, the Paintsville Herald, the Hazard Herald and the Mingo Messenger.

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Randy Casey has been in Athens, Tennessee the past few years.

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