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Hazelwood commits to Kentucky
7/20/2016

Hazelwood commits to Kentucky

Like many kids growing up in Central Kentucky, Mason Hazelwood always dreamed about being a University of Kentucky Wildcat. The 6-foot-6-inch Mercer County pitcher got one step closer to making that dream a reality on Wednesday, July 13, after announcing via the social media website Twitter that he had committed to the Southeastern Conference (SEC) school.



Robins commits to Louisville
7/20/2016

Robins commits to Louisville

Although Seygan Robins still has two years of high school left, she knew she wanted to be a Louisville Cardinal, which is why she made a verbal commitment to play basketball at the school recently.


Mercer Offensive Line Enjoys Doing the Dirty Work
7/20/2016

Mercer Offensive Line Enjoys Doing the Dirty Work

It takes a special person to be an offensive lineman. They often get beat and bruised worse than any player on a team throughout the course of a game. They have a small margin of error. They don’t show up in box scores or get the recognition like most other players. Without them, though, it would be impossible for any team to succeed.


Moore Fulfills Dream of Becoming a Division-1 Athlete
7/6/2016

Moore Fulfills Dream of Becoming a Division-1 Athlete

There were times during his high school years that Chase Moore thought his athletic career was over. There were times when he was exhausted. There were times he wanted to give up. But something inside of him pushed him through all of the pain from the multiple injuries he suffered during his high school career. That something helped him fulfill his dream of becoming a Division-1 athlete, as he recently committed to run track and field at Eastern Kentucky University (EKU).


Local Student Selected to Represent U.S.A. Overseas
Local Student  Selected to Represent U.S.A. Overseas


While most high schoolers will be preparing for another school year this summer, Mercer County student Meghan Owens will be competing at the highest level in the javelin throw and representing her country overseas.



Reeling in the Rewards
Reeling in the Rewards


The Burgin bass fishing team has seen their fair share of success in just their second season.



Bottom signs with Berea College
 Bottom signs with Berea College

Mercer County senior Nick Bottom signed to continue playing baseball at Berea College last week.

Lady Titans Tennis earns two wins
4/20/2016

Lady Titans Tennis earns two wins

The Mercer County Lady Titans defeated Berea and Madison Southern before falling to Garrard County Tuesday night. 


Mercer Boys Place Sixth in the Heart of the Bluegrass
4/20/2016

Mercer Boys Place Sixth in the Heart of the Bluegrass

Mercer County track and field coach Terry Yeast said the weekend couldn’t have gone any better for the 30th Annual A.J.’s Heart of the Bluegrass track and field meet.


Mercer falls to West
4/20/2016

Mercer falls to West

The West Jessamine Colts scored six runs in the top of the fifth inning Tuesday night to help propel them to an 8-1 win over the Mercer County Titans.


Howard represents Kentucky overseas
Howard represents Kentucky overseas

Mercer County sophomore Alyssa Howard recently got the chance of a lifetime as she was selected to represent the Kentucky Olympic Development Program at the top youth soccer training academy in the Netherlands.

Hazelwood’s Dominating Performace Leads Mercer County Over Anderson County
Hazelwood’s Dominating Performace Leads Mercer County Over Anderson County

M
ercer County junior Mason Hazelwood is regarded as one of the best pitchers in the state.

Yeast brings passion to Mercer track
Yeast brings passion to Mercer track

There is no denying new Mercer County track and field coach Terry Yeast has a passion for the sport. He walks around proudly in his blue Mercer County track and field jacket and lights up when you ask him about taking over as the man in charge.

Titans Reach Dream of Playing in Rupp Arena
Titans Reach Dream of Playing in Rupp Arena

The best season in Mercer County boy’s basketball history came to an end Wednesday, March 16, in the KHSAA State Tournament at Rupp Arena as they fell 58-55 to Paul Laurence Dunbar. But it was what the Titans did throughout the season which will be remembered most.

Lady Titans conclude record breaking season
Lady Titans conclude record breaking season


The Mercer County Lady Titans’ historic season came to an end Saturday night as they lost in the KHSAA State Tournament Final Four to Franklin County. 
Mercer County had never advanced past the first round of the state tournament until this season. This year’s team also broke the record for wins in a season (31). In the state tournament, the Lady Titans defeated Leslie County and Holmes in the first two rounds, before their matchup in the semifinals with Franklin County.


Mercer County Boys Headed to Rupp Arena
Mercer County Boys Headed to Rupp Arena

Many of the Mercer County boy’s basketball players couldn’t put into words how they felt following the final buzzer Tuesday night, as they defeated the Casey County Rebels 76-60 to win the 12th Region Championship.

Titans down Rockets to advance to 12th Region Semifinals
Titans down Rockets to advance to 12th Region Semifinals

The Mercer County boy's basketball team advanced to the 12th Region semifinals after defeating Rockcastle County 61-49 Wednesday night in the opening round.

Bradshaw’s Work Ethic Lands Him on College Football Roster
Bradshaw’s Work Ethic Lands Him on College Football Roster

Almost seven years ago, Mercer County senior Braxton Bradshaw faced the most unimaginable pain ever, losing a parent. On Friday, just three days before the seven year anniversary of his mothers death, Bradshaw made one of the biggest decisions of his life, as he chose to sign to play football at Campbellsville University. 


Mink’s Hard Work has Led Him to Start for the No. 1 Titans
Mink’s Hard Work has Led Him to Start for the No. 1 Titans

The Mercer County basketball team has four starters averaging double-digit scoring, but the one starter who doesn’t may be the most important piece to the puzzle.

Senior Alijah Mink, who averages 6.3 points per game, is often tasked with the most difficult and thankless job for the Titans: guard the other teams’ best player.


Titans Stay Unbeaten with 70-51 Win Over Boyle County
Titans Stay Unbeaten with 70-51 Win Over Boyle County

The Mercer County Titans dominated from beginning until end Tuesday night as they rolled over the Boyle County Rebels 70-51, improving their record to 21-0.



 
 
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