Perry County Central's Courtney Noyes advanced to the state tournament in tennis earlier this month. The tourney was held at the University of Kentucky on May 14.
The Perry County Central Commodore baseball team finished their final week of the regular season with a 2-2 record. The Commodores played a pair at home and a pair on the road, splitting both.
On Thursday, the Hazard Lady Bulldog softball team hosted the Lady Raiders from South Floyd. The Lady Bulldogs had little trouble with the Lady Raiders as it took them but four innings to grab the 10-0 win.
Last week, the Hazard Bulldog baseball team hosted the Perry County Central Commodores in a district match up. The Bulldogs narrowly escaped with a one-run win last month, and were looking for the season sweep of the Commodores.
Late last week, the Hazard Bulldogs hit the road for their final regular season baseball game. The Bulldogs would take on the Lawrence County Bulldogs in this season ender.
The Hazard Lady Bulldogs took on the Harlan County Lady Black Bears last week on the softball diamond. The Lady Bulldogs kept things close in the early going, but could not avoid a late barrage by the Lady Black Bears, and eventually had the game...
On Thursday, the Harlan County Black Bears visited the Hazard Bulldogs at Lindon Field. The Bulldogs took the early lead, but could not hold off the Black Bears in the end.
On Saturday, the Studios Unlimited tumblers traveled to Somerset for the Kentucky AAU District Championship Tumbling and Trampoline Meet. The group had 24 of their usually 40 member team make the trip. The event had 17 total teams compete for a trip...
Hazard's Jordan Fugate gets the bunt down against South Floyd. The Lady Bulldogs won the game 10-0.Lady Bulldog pitcher Chandler Maggard takes her turn at bat during a game with South Floyd.
Perry Central's Brody Dixon took the mound for the Commodores' final game of the regular season.Perry Central's Braxton Cottongame makes the play at first just ahead of the runner.
FRANKFORT – A stable weather pattern this week brought an early taste of summer to Kentucky as high temperatures topped 80-degrees on consecutive days.
On Friday, the Perry County Central Commodores traveled to Jenkins to take on the Cavaliers. The game was never in question as the Commodores took the early lead, and never looked back as they won 12-2 in a shortened game.
On Saturday, the Hazard Bulldogs traveled to Paintsville to take on the Tigers. The outcome of the game would be in limbo until the Bulldogs final at bat when they managed to break a tie, and win the game.
On Saturday, the Perry County Central Commodores hosted the Harlan County Black Bears. The Commodores and the Black Bears went back and forth throughout the game, with the Commodores coming up with a late rally to defeat the Black Bears...
The Perry County Central Commodore baseball team traveled to Jackson last week to take on the Tigers. The Commodores trailed early in the game, but came roaring back to double up on the Tigers 10-5.
The Hazard Lady Bulldog softball team traveled to Allen Central this past week to take on the Lady Rebels. The Lady Bulldogs needed but three innings to bring the affair to a halt as they managed to topple the Lady Rebels 18-2.
Late last week, the Hazard Bulldog baseball team board the bus for London to take on the North Laurel Jaguars. The Bulldogs took the first lead, and had to fend off a couple of rallies to outduel the Jaguars 4-1.
Last week, the Hazard Bulldogs hosted the Knott Central Patriots in high school baseball action. The Patriots opened the game with a run in the first, and then shut down the Bulldog defense to edge Hazard 1-0.
Perry Central's Nathan Pray comes out of the box, and hustles down to first for one of his three hits against Cordia.Commodore Seth Napier drives in a run against the Lions.
Early last week, the Perry County Central Commodores welcomed the Cordia Lions to their diamond. The game was nip and tuck in the early innings, with the Commodores leaving the Lion behind on their way to the win.
Hazard's Cole Ratliff checks the signs from the bench during a game with Letcher Central.Hazard's Griffin Wells picks up a hit and a RBI during the Bulldogs' 12-2 win over Letcher Central.
Early last week, the Hazard Bulldog baseball team hosted region foe, the Letcher Central Cougars. The game started slow, but the Bulldogs soon picked up momentum, and rolled to the 12-2 win in five innings.
Early last week, the Perry County Central Commodores traveled to Allen Central to take on the Rebels. The Commodores fell behind early, but managed to rally late to outrun the Rebels 9-7.
On Thursday, the Perry County Central Commodore baseball team hosted the Jackson City Tigers. The Commodores had difficulty scoring runs early, but were able to stay ahead on the strength of Evan Hurts arm as he threw six innings of shutout...
Last week, the Hazard Lady Bulldog softball team hosted the Buckhorn Lady Wildcats. The Lady Bulldogs had little trouble disposing of their opponent as they needed but five innings to stop the game 12-2.