The Perry County Central Commodore baseball team hit the road for Powell County early this week. The Commodores managed to stay one step ahead of the Pirates, and came away with the 5-3 win.
On Monday, the Perry County Central Commodores played host to the Buckhorn Wildcats. The Commodores needed but five innings to end the contest, scoring in each of their at bats.
On Saturday, the Kiwanis Club hosted the 16th annual Bud Combs Memorial All-American Soap Box Derby. The street of Memorial Drive was turned into a racetrack as dozens of young people took part in the event.
Late last week, the Hazard Bulldogs traveled to Stanton to take on the Powell County Pirates. The game would go back and forth, with extra innings being needed to decide the outcome.
Last week, the Hazard Lady Bulldog softball team traveled to Hyden to take on district foe, the Leslie County Lady Eagles. Midway through the Lady Bulldogs held a slight edge, and later pulled away for the 7-4 win.
Last weekend, the Hazard Bulldog baseball team traveled to Lexington to take on the Bryan Station Defenders. The Bulldogs took the late lead, but turned it back over to the Defenders. However, the Bulldogs would keep their heads up and scored four...
All of the Soap Box participants gathered for a photo after the drivers meeting to start the race.Virgie Combs, left, and Halle Jo Kilburn, right, get in their cars for a first round super-stock race.
Last week, the Perry County Central Commodores hosted the Harlan Green Dragons in high school baseball action. The Commodores scored early, and often, as they slayed the Green Dragons 12-2 in six innings.
Perry Central's Braxton Cottongame took the mound for the Commodores in a game against Pike Central.Commodore catcher Ronnie Long takes the hit, and holds on to record the out at the plate.
The Perry County Central Commodores played a pair of games on Saturday. In their first game, they were able to take down the Breathitt County Bobcats 10-0. However, the Pike County Central Hawks would not be so easy as they came up on the short end of...
On Saturday, the Perry County Central Commodores had an afternoon game with the Breathitt County Bobcats. The Commodores had little trouble disposing of the Bobcats as they needed but five innings to bring the game to a close (10-0).
Hazard's Destiny Walker steps in front of a team mate for the catch during the All “A” tournament.Hazard shortstop Jordan Fugate makes the play in the field.
The Hazard Lady Bulldogs entered the championship game of the All “A” softball tournament with a big win over Owsley County (17-0). The Lady Bulldogs would take on the Jenkins Lady Cavilers in the title game.
The Hazard Lady Bulldogs started the softball All “A” tournament with the Owsley County Lady Owls. It would be all Lady Dawgs from the very beginning as they were able to shut out the Lady Owls 17-0 to advance to the finals on...
The Hazard Bulldogs' semifinal match up with the Lee County Bobcats would be a rout for the Bulldogs. Hazard would score 16 runs in just three innings to secure the win.
Hazard's Ryan Smith lays down the perfect bunt during the championship game of the All “A” baseball tournament.
On Saturday, the Hazard Bulldogs and the Leslie County Eagles took to the diamond at Buckhorn for a spot in the state All “A” baseball tournament. The Bulldogs took the early lead, and never looked back as they grabbed the 14th region...
On Saturday, the Perry County Central Commodores went on the road to take on the McCreary County Raiders. The Commodores had little trouble in this contest as they blanked the Raiders 6-0.
In their second game of the Fort Walton Bash, the Hazard Bulldogs took on the Eagles of Bellbrook, Ohio. The Eagles lead the entire game, with the exception of the final inning when the Bulldogs put together a nine run rally to take the 10-9...
Last week, the Perry County Central Commodores hosted the Mason County Royals. The Commodores grabbed the lead early, and fended off a late rally by the Royals to double up on them 10-5.
Perry Central's Brody Dixon sends the ball to the opposite field during a game with Knott County.Perry Central's Nathan Pray hustles down the line to beat the throw.
Last week, the Perry County Central Commodore baseball team hosted the Knott Central Patriots. The Commodores jumped out to an early lead, and were able to fend off any late rallies by the Patriots to claim the win.
In their second game of the Fort Walton Bash, the Hazard Bulldogs took on the Spartans of Sayre in the 11th region. The Bulldogs gave up just four hits in the game, but could not come away with the win.
On Tuesday, the Hazard Lady Bulldogs hosted the Powell County Lady Pirates. The Lady Bulldogs were unable to get a hit in this contest, and were eclipsed by the Lady Pirates by the score of 12-2.
Early last week, the Perry County Central Lady Commodores traveled to Campton to take on the Lady Wolves of Wolfe County . The Lady Commodores started strong, but could not hold on as they fell to the Lady Wolves 6-3.
Perry Central's Lexi Haddix looks to the official for the out call after applying the tag.The catch is made by the Buckhorn shortstop for the out.
On Monday, the Perry County Central softball team hosted the Buckhorn Lady Wildcats in one of the most anticipated games of the season. Not because it proved to be a close game on paper, but because of the coaching match up. Buckhorn's new...
Hazard pitcher Chandler Maggard brings the heat. Maggard picked up the win against Wolfe County 10-2 earlier this week.Hazard catcher Morgan Robinson frames the pitch for the umpire.
On Monday, the Hazard Lady Bulldogs hosted the Wolfe County Lady Wolves. The Lady Bulldogs used a steady offensive charge to lead them past the Lady Wolves 10-2.
On Tuesday, the Hazard Lady Bulldogs softball team hosted the Knott Central Lady Patriots. Both teams were able to put runs on the board, but in the end it was the Lady Bulldogs that held on for the 11-8 win.
The Hazard Bulldogs finished up their trip to Florida with a game against a Kentucky team. The Bulldogs took on the Boyle County Rebels in their final game at the Fort Walton Beach Bash. Hazard put together a great game, but it would not be enough to...
Last week, the Hazard Lady Bulldog softball team traveled to Hi Hat to take on the South Floyd Lady Raiders. The Lady Bulldogs found themselves in a hole early, but rallied late to take the 13-4 win.
Late last week the Hazard Lady Bulldogs hosted the Harlan County Lady Black Bears in a softball match. The Lady Bulldogs looked to have the game under control when the Lady Black Bears struck. They would not be able to rally late, and fell...
On Tuesday, the Hazard Bulldogs hosted the Leslie County Eagles in a district baseball match up. The Bulldogs needed but five innings to put away the Eagles as they posted the 10-0 win.
Last Wednesday, the Hazard Bulldog baseball team traveled to Hindman to take on the Knott Central Patriots. The Bulldogs had little trouble taking the win as their offense was top notch, and so was their pitching as Griffin Wells threw a complete...
Early last week, the Perry County Central Lady Commodores traveled to Jackson to take on the Jackson City Lady Tigers. The two teams met just a few days earlier, with the Lady Tigers taking the 8-4 win.
Last week, the Perry County Central Lady Commodore softball team played their second game on the road at Pikeville. The Lady Commodores held the early lead, but gave up a big fourth inning rally to sink their hopes of a win.
Last week, the Perry County Central Lady Commodore softball team traveled to Eastern to take on the Allen Central Lady Rebels. The Lady Commodores got off to a slow start, but picked up the pace to nab the 18-0 victory.
The Hazard Bulldogs hosted the Allen Central Rebels in a midweek baseball game. The Bulldogs took the early lead, but allowed the Rebels to tie the game midway through. They would pull off a late rally to take the 3-2 victory.
On Saturday, the Hazard Bulldogs welcomed the Belfry Pirates to the diamond. The Bulldogs fell behind early in the contest, and could not erase their deficit as they were edged by the Pirates 2-1.
On Saturday, the Studios Unlimited Tumbling and Trampoline team competed in the KC Gymnastics power tumbling meet in Danville, Kentucky. The event featured more than 280 athletes from around the area.