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UK Men’s Basketball signs highly-touted Mulder for 2015 class

Junior college All-American joins fall signees Isaiah Briscoe, Skal Labissiere and Charles Matthews

LEXINGTON, Ky. – The Kentucky men’s basketball team has added standout junior-college transfer Mychal Mulder to its already highly-rated 2015 signing class. Mulder signed a national letter of intent earlier this month and will join fall signees Isaiah Briscoe, Skal Labissiere and Charles Matthews for the 2015-16 season.

Mulder is a 6-foot-4, 185-pound shooting guard from Windsor, Ontario. He averaged 15.7 points and 6.4 rebounds per game while connecting on 46.3 percent of his field goals from 3-point range as a sophomore at Vincennes University. He will have two years of eligibility remaining. Continue reading: UK Men’s Basketball signs highly-touted Mulder for 2015 class

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Day 1 – 13th Region Baseball & Softball from Corbin

After the first round:

BASEBALL

North Laurel 8 Harlan County 0

Knox Central 3 Corbin 2

South Laurel 3 Clay County 1

Harlan 4 Barbourville 2

Tuesday @ 5:30pm: North Laurel (23-14) vs. Knox Central (17-9)  8pm: South Laurel (28-5)  vs. Harlan (17-19)

SOFTBALL

North Laurel 10 Harlan County 0   5 innings

Corbin 20 Knox Central 3   3 innings

Middlesboro 11 Lynn Camp 0

South Laurel 10 Clay County 9

Tuesday @ 6pm: North Laurel (22-11-1) vs. Corbin (11-20)  7:45pm: Middlesboro (24-7) vs. South Laurel (26-10)

 

Check back.  We’ll get the final baseball score posted when it’s finished.

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McDowell wins 2015 Kentucky Mountain Laurel Golf Classic

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2015 Kentucky Mountain Laurel Classic Champion Codie McDowell

The 18th hole at Wasioto Winds has often been pivotal in deciding

the outcome of tournaments played at the Pineville course over the years.

This year was no exception as defending Kentucky Mountain Laurel Classic champion

Matt Gann felt the wrath of #18 with a double bogey, while his opponent,

Codie McDowell, slipped in front at the end to claim a two shot victory

in the championship flight of the 2015 Kentucky Mountain Laurel Golf Classic.

McDowell shot a sparkling round of 68 on Sunday and coupled with his 67 on Saturday,

it was good enough to win him the Classic title. Gann finished 65-72, two shots back.

Flight Winners

Championship Flight: Codie McDowell

Senior Division: Mike Granato

1st Flight: Barron Davis

2nd Flight: Hallie Boles

3rd Flight: Gavin Burns

Here are some action shots from Sunday’s final round and some of the award
winners from each flight.

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2015 Kentucky Mountain Laurel Festival Run/Walk

Miracle & Brown were overall top finishers

Miracle & Brown were overall top finishers

Mitchell Miracle and Kelly Brown were the top male and female runners in the 2015 run/walk as over 70 runner/walkers participated in this year’s event.

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Morehead State baseball wins OVC Tournament, qualifies for NCAA’s

JACKSON, Tenn. — One more trophy will be added to the Morehead State athletic department case.

The second-seeded MSU baseball team finished off a perfect run through the 2015 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament on Saturday evening with a 16-3 victory over top-seeded Southeast Missouri at The Ballpark at Jackson.

Morehead State (38-20), which has won 27 of its last 34 games, captured its first OVC Tournament title since 1993 and will appear in an NCAA Regional for the third time in program history. The Eagles will find out their regional site on Monday when the 64-team bracket is revealed at Noon ET on ESPNU. The public is invited to join the team at Buffalo Wild Wings for the selection show watch party.
Continue reading: Morehead State baseball wins OVC Tournament, qualifies for NCAA’s

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2015 Kentucky Mountain Laurel Festival Parade

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13th Region Softball Tournament @ Corbin

Four first round games on Monday May 25th at Corbin

12noon: North Laurel – Harlan County

2pm: Knox Central – Corbin

4pm: Middlesboro – Lynn Camp

6pm: South Laurel – Clay County

Semifinals on Tuesday May26th @ 6pm and 7:45pm

Finals on Thursday May 28th at 6:30pm

 

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13th Region Baseball Tournament @ Corbin

May 25th

11am – North Laurel – Harlan County

2pm – Knox Central – Corbin

5pm – South Laurel – Clay County

8pm – Harlan – Barbourville

Semifinals May 26th @ 5:30 & 8pm

Finals May 28th @ 7pm

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UK men’s basketball unveils challenging non-conference schedule

Wildcats Unveil Formidable Non-Conference 2015-16 Schedule
Wildcats will play 10 teams that advanced to the postseason in 2014-15, including national champion Duke

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Seventh-year head coach John Calipari demands the gold standard in every aspect of the Kentucky men’s basketball program. The Wildcats’ 2015-16 schedule will once again meet that demand as Calipari announced a 13-game non-conference schedule on Thursday that features 10 games against teams who advanced to the postseason a season ago.

That list includes national champion Duke in the third game of the season at the Champions Classic in the United Center in Chicago on Nov. 17. In all, the Wildcats will take on six NCAA Tournament squads, two NIT participants and two teams that advanced to at least the quarterfinals of the CollegeInsider.com Tournament. The average final RPI of the teams comes in at 105, with five teams in the all-important top 50 of the RPI. Continue reading: UK men’s basketball unveils challenging non-conference schedule

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Day 3 – 13th Region district baseball & softball update

All district championships have been decided with the exception of 51st District baseball which is scheduled to be decided tonight (Thursday).

Corbin High School is the host for both 13th Region tournaments with the first rounds beginning on May 25th.

BASEBALL
District 49
Oneida Baptist 4 Red Bird 0
North Laurel 21 Oneida Baptist 0 5 innings
Clay County 20 Jackson County 0 5 innings
Championship: North Laurel 2 Clay County 0

District 50
South Laurel 15 Williamsburg 1 5 innings
Corbin 12 Whitley County 3
Championship: South Laurel 8 Corbin 4

District 51
Knox Central 19 Lynn Camp 0 5 innings
Barbourville 16 Pineville 2
Knox Central vs. Barbourville

District 52
Harlan County 8 Bell County 5
Harlan 8 Middlesboro 3  8 innings
Championship: Harlan 5 Harlan County 4

SOFTBALL
District 49
Oneida Baptist 18 Red Bird 2
North Laurel 15 Oneida Baptist 0 4 innings
Clay County 3 Jackson County 2
Championship: North Laurel 3 Clay County 0

District 50
South Laurel 11 Williamsburg 1 5 innings
Corbin 10 Whitley County 0 6 innings
Championship: South Laurel 11 Corbin 1  6 innings

District 51
Knox Central 15 Barbourville 10
Lynn Camp 8 Pineville 3
Championship: Knox Central 9 Lynn Camp 5

District 52
Middlesboro 15 Bell County 0 3 innings
Harlan County 3 Harlan 0
Championship: Middlesboro 11 Harlan County 5

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