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Hatcher propels Jumpers past Betsy Layne
The Somerset Briar Jumpers advanced to the second round of the playoffs Friday night by beating 10th ranked, two seed Betsy Layne 29-20.
Maroons remain perfect
After enjoying a bye week on the final week of the regular season, the Pulaski County Maroons picked up Friday night in the opening round of the Class 5 A playoffs exactly where they left off two weeks ago at the conclusion of the regular season.
Maroons breeze by Whitley Co., 47-22
The Pulaski County Maroons – fresh off a bye week – picked up last night exactly where they left off in the regular season – perfect.
Somerset escapes Betsy Layne, 29-20
Somerset High School had their hands full in a narrow 29-20 win over Betsey Layne High School in the opening round of the Class 2A Football Palyoffs.
Briar Jumpers open playoffs with road trip
The Somerset Briar Jumpers travel to Betsy Layne High School in Floyd County tonight for the first round of the Class 2A playoffs. This comes after last week’s disappointing tie breaker weekend which landed Somerset---which ended the season in a three-way tie for first place in the district---in a third seed position.
#2 Pulaski Co. hosts struggling Whitley Co.
For the Pulaski County Maroons, things get down to brass tacks beginning tonight.
Coming off their bye week last Friday, the Maroons ‘real season’ begins tonight, as Pulaski County welcomes the Whitley County Colonels to PC Field for the opening round of the Class 5 A playoffs.
No. 1 Kentucky pulls away from Montevallo, 95-72
Freshman forward Julius Randle scored 21 points to lead five Kentucky players in double figures, and the No. 1 Wildcats pulled away for a 95-72 exhibition victory over Montevallo on Monday night.
Alyssa Hyden defends her regional crown
For the second straight year, Pulaski County freshman Alyssa Hyden came away with a regional title after winning the Class AAA Region 7 Championship race on Saturday afternoon at Cave Lake Park in Monticello.
Top-ranked Kentucky routs Transylvania, 76-42
Freshman forward Julius Randle posted a double-double and top-ranked Kentucky pulled away for a 76-42 exhibition victory over Transylvania on Friday night.
Lady Maroons fall in region final
The Pulaski County High School volleyball team three-peats as 12th Region runner-ups, falling to Wayne County 3-0 (25-23, 25-15, 25-21). Pulaski’s motto was “almost isn’t good enough” after falling short yet again in the championship game.
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