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A New No. 1
It’s been a rather interesting week of baseball and softball action on the diamond.
For many years, Chris Larkey’s North Laurel Jaguar football program has been known for its running attack, but with the way things went during the Union College 7-on-7 Passing Tournament, the Jaguars may be shedding the “ground game” label.
LIKE IT OR NOT: MLB's All Star effort was a bust
With the 85th edition of Major League Baseball’s All-Star game in the books, I have to say I feel like the whole thing was a complete bust.
Eyes On The Prize
The Knox County 11-year-old All-Stars have a tall task ahead of them, but head coach Jason Hembree said he feels like the team will be ready to go when the state tournament starts Saturday in Bowling Green.
First-year coach Jason Chappell isn’t any stranger when it comes to challenges. He helped guide the South Laurel Cardinal football program to a couple of playoff appearances after seeing his South Laurel squad win only three games during his first year as Cardinal coach.
THE WAY IT IS: Some local teams can make a run
Well folks, our Little League All-Star action is beginning to wind down, and I’ve been fortunate enough to see two of the Tri-County’s resp
Ready To Lead
When the Williamsburg Lady Yellow Jackets take the floor to start the 2014-15 basketball season, they may be under new leadership, but it will be a familiar face in charge.
LIKE IT OR NOT: It's been a very busy summer
While a lot of people would expect the local sports scene to slow down in the Tri-County in the summer time, that’s not usually the case for us here at the Times-Tribune.
Long Gone: Hazard/Perry dashes North Laurel hopes with offensive outburst
The North Laurel 9-10 year-old All Stars had a tough row to hoe coming in to Monday’s showdown with Hazard/Perry, needing back-to-back wins to advance to the state tournament.
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