Posted: 3:00 AM There are very few athletes that can say they were perfect. Perfect is actually nearly impossible to come by. In Major League Baseball there have only been 18 perfect games ever thrown and to the true definition of perfect, even they had their faults.
Posted: 5:20 AM Okay, so it has been almost a month since I posted on here, but I am finally over my basketball and Shelby Valley hangover. Now, the real fun, at least for me, begins. It is now baseball and softball season and we are already a few weeks into the high school season. The Majors are wrapping up their first week and life is good!
Posted: 2:41 AM Today I took the trip over to Shelby Valley high school to catch up with the basketball team before they took off for Lexington and Rupp Arena. Here is the interview with its whole entirety.
Updated: 3:25 AM The old saying goes, the history books are written by the winners. But sometimes, you have to look at the story, behind the story, behind the story. The story behind the story, behind the story? – Pike Central guard Hannah Thompson's performance in a losing effort goes a long way in creating her own legacy.
Updated: 6:52 AM Now, if you were a child of the 80’s or younger, you may remember a TV show on public access by the name of Lamb Chop’s Play-Along. Well on the show, they closed with “The Song that Never Ends”. That is what Wednesday night’s game between Bell County and Corbin felt like as this one would not be decided until the 4th overtime session.
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- Central Kentucky Bariatric and Pain Management used to be located on East Side Drive in Georgetown, but a little over a year ago, it was forced to shut down because of legal issues. Now, a doctor who used to work here has plead guilty to conspiracy to distribute Oxycodone.