H.S. BASKETBALL: GRC beats Southern, 13-4
The Madison Southern Eagles were unable to overcome a seven-run Clark County first inning, falling to the Cardinals 13-4 Tuesday in Berea.
H.S. TENNIS: Model tops Berea
The Model Laboratory used strong doubles play to pick up a win over Berea Community Thursday at the Berea College tennis court.
OVC FOOTBALL: EKU’s Lengel granted a sixth-year of eligibility
Given everything he’s been through in the past few years, it would be very understandable if Matt Lengel had become more than just a little bit pessimistic.
WRESTLING: Kinley to wrestle in national competition
After winning his third-straight Kentucky Youth State Wrestling Championship, Glenn Marshall Elementary School fourth-grader Jeffrey Kinley turned his attention to accomplishing his next goal — competing with Kentucky’s Elementary National Wrestling Team for a shot at a National Title.
BOWLING: McKnight leads the way at Galaxy
Five men bowled a 700 series at Galaxy this week, led by Steve McKnight at 769. Bill Bowles (732), Gary Cromer (724), Brandon Simpson (723) and Robby Bales (712) also reached this coveted level.
H.S. BASEBALL: Pirates roll past Nicholas County, 9-2
The Berea Pirates (5-6) broke a two-game losing streak with a 9-2 road win over Nicholas County on Wednesday.
H.S. SOFTBALL: Lady Indians top Berea, 12-2
The Madison Central Lady Indians hammered out 14 hits and took advantage of seven Berea errors on their way to a 12-2 win over the Lady Pirates in Berea.
H.S. TENNIS: Indians, Lady Indians defeat Southern
Madison Central’s three seniors turned in outstanding performances Wednesday in their final home tennis match.
GLENMORE: EKU’s ladies win Colonel Classic
This past Friday and Saturday, four Lady Colonels finished in the top five to lead the team to the 2014 Colonel Classic Championship at Arlington Golf Club.
H.S. TENNIS: Clay County sweeps Central
The Madison Central girls and boys tennis teams came up short at home Tuesday against Clay County.
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