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Childhood best friends continue football dream
Lifelong neighbors and best friends since childhood, Cam Cheuvront and Will Lange were inseparable.
Cam Cheuvront signs with Davidson
With sticky hands and blazing foot speed, Somerset High School senior wide receiver Cam Cheuvront was bound to get his pick of colleges to chose from.
Lady Warriors finish strong
Pulaski County found themselves trailing Southwestern by a 36-30 margin at halftime in last night’s Cancer Awareness Classic showdown at PC Gym.
Rematch is No Match
In the first Southwestern-Pulaski County meeting of the season on January 17th, it took double overtime to decide a winner.
Last night’s Valentine’s Day match-up at PC Gym was decided in the game’s early minutes, as the Warriors ran out to a 14-0 lead over the Maroons and never looked back. Steve Wright and the Warriors would go on to win the crosstown match-up by a final tally of 88-62.
Will Mobley signs with Cumberlands
Three years ago, Pulaski County defensive end Will Mobley moved to Somerset from Ohio and readily admits that he did not fit in at all — both socially or on the gridiron.
My how things can change.
Samantha Randolph signs with Cumberlands
Samantha Randolph started out her athletic career as a Lady Maroon basketball player, but she ended up being one of the greatest volleyball players in the Pulaski County High School’s history.
Pulaski escapes with overtime win
The Pulaski County Maroons rolled into The Briar Patch on Friday night and put a big-time ‘Hurt’ on the Somerset Briar Jumpers.
They’re not the top dog in the 47th District just yet.
But, they’re darn sure playing like one.
The Somerset Lady Jumpers gave themselves an opportunity to be the top seed for the upcoming 47th District Tournament later this month, as Erin Walker’s club moved to 5-1 against district opponents for the season last night with a thrilling, come from behind 71-69 win at The Briar Patch against visiting Pulaski County.
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The Wright Stuff
In 1990, Steve Wright went to Laurel County with a dream of continuing the winning tradition that had already been established at the school.
He did just that, and more, and this Friday during the South Laurel-North Laurel boys’ basketball game he will be honored when a banner with his name on it will be hung in the gymnasium alongside the likes of Roy Bowling, Chuck Broughton, Raymond Reed, G.J. Smith and Walter Hulett.
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