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Somerset wins ‘Road’ Region
Songwriter Bob Dylan once asked the musical question, “How many roads must a man walk down, before you call him a man.”
It’s a question the Somerset Briar Jumpers have been trying to answer all season, but Friday night’s win over the Prestonsburg Blackcats should begin to give us an answer.
Pulaski wins ‘Mud’ Region
Madison Southern’s Damien Harris is one day headed to the University of Michigan.
More importantly, the Pulaski County Maroons are headed to the Semi State round of the Class 5 A playoffs.
Pulaski Co. downs Madison Southern to win program’s 2nd regional crown
For only the second time in school history, the Pulaski County Maroons are regional champions.
Johnny Hines’ club moved to 13-0 on the season last night, by knocking off Madison Southern for the second time this season to win the Region 4 championship in Class 5 A with a come from behind 32-28 victory over the Eagles.
Somerset wins fifth straight regional title with 28-21 win over Prestonsburg
Somerset High School came from behind to down Prestonsburg High School 28-21 to claim their fifth straight regional championship and the program’s 16th overall region championship. However, last night’s regional crown might have been their toughest region win, as this year’s Jumpers had to play on the road in every playoff game.
Jumpers gunning for fifth consecutive regional crown
The number three seed Somerset Briar Jumpers travel to number one Prestonsburg tonight in round three of the Class 2A football tournament.
Somerset’s record is 7-4. Prestonsburg’s is 7-5. Somerset has won the last 4 games it has played. Prestonsburg has won the last 5.
Pulaski County gets rematch with Eagles for regional crown
The 2013 football season has been a special one indeed for the Pulaski County Maroons.
Johnny Hines and crew posted the school’s first ever undefeated season at 10-0 this year, and after two impressive beatdown victories over Whitley County and Perry County Central in the playoffs, Pulaski County comes into this week with a perfect, 12-0 mark.
Moberly wins 3rd straight Player of the Year
For the third straight year in a row, Pulaski County High School golfer Elsa Moberly has been named the Commonwealth Journal Golfer of the Year.
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