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Maroons breeze past Rockcastle
After losing two of their final three games to close out the regular season to Southwestern and West Jessamine in blowout defeats, the Pulaski County Maroons were wounded and weary as they limped into the post season with a 15-12 record on the year.
Jumpers’ season comes to an end
My how things can change in a span of only a year.
Last season, the Somerset Briar Jumpers — thanks to a solid post-season run — experienced the euphoria of winning on the grand stage, advancing all the way to the championship game of the Boy’s 12th Regional Tournament before falling to Wayne County.
Nate Roskind signs with Pikeville
At 6-feet-four inches and 265 pounds, Pulaski County’s Nate Roskind wasn’t too hard to find on Friday night’s last fall.
Warriors breeze to District Finals
No Surprises out of the first round for the Boys 48th District Tournament as Southwestern breezed by the Raiders 98-39.
Senior Justin Edwards was awarded his ball for scoring two thousand points and going down in the record books as the Warriors all time leading scorer.
Somerset advances, Pulaski eliminated
After dropping both regular season games to arch-rival Somerset during the regular season — the second being a gut-wrenching two-point loss at the buzzer — could the third time be the charm for the Pulaski County Lady Maroons when it mattered the most, in the opening round of the Girl’s 47th District Basketball Tournament?
Could Pulaski County take advantage of a huge opportunity to punch its ticket to next week’s Girl’s 12th Regional Tournament with a win over its arch-rival?
Mason Blevins signs with Morehead
Mason Blevins has put in a lot of hard work to be the best runner that he can possibly be.
For all of that dedication during his prep running career, the Pulaski County High School senior has been rewarded with the opportunity to run both track and cross country at Morehead State University.
Maroons struggling down the stretch
The Pulaski County Maroons will head into next week’s 47th District Tournament as the four-time defending district champion.
However, based on Thursday night’s performance in PC’s regular season finale, Al Gover and company have a lot of work to do over the next week before post season play begins.
Warriors hold off Somerset
When the Southwestern Warriors have the inside and outside game rolling at the same time, Steve Wright’s club can play with anybody.
Last night at The Wigwam in a rematch between two arch rivals, the Warriors got it done from both the paint and from long-range, however a pesky Somerset team would not go away.
Will Lange inks with Davidson College
Despite playing in only 5 games his senior season, Somerset High School senior running back Will Lange made a huge impact for the Briar Jumpers down the stretch in their post-season run to the state semifinals. Lange’s talent as solid halfback, who had the ability to run by defenders and catch the long ball, earned himself a shot to play at the next level.
Childhood best friends continue football dream
Lifelong neighbors and best friends since childhood, Cam Cheuvront and Will Lange were inseparable.
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