Area Sports

Cheer dreams come true for Begley

Sam Warren Herald Staff [email protected] Molly Begley has devoted her life to cheerleading, and now she has achieved her lifelong dream. Begley has accepted the opportunity to continue cheering at the University of Kentucky. Cheerleading has been Begley’s life, and she has dreamt of being a University of Kentucky cheerleader since she was a little…

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Blair gets his dream job

Sam Warren Herald Staff [email protected] Adam Blair views the Boyle County baseball head coaching position as a dream job. Born and raised in Lebanon, Blair was a baseball player for Marion County High School before signing to play for St. Catharine College in 2007. Blair was a catcher and outfielder for the St. Catharine Patriots,…

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Danville football field house burned

Danville High School football’s equipment building caught fire early Thursday morning. Firefighters were able to extinguish the flames but noticed an abundance of graffiti on both of the buildings that sit beside the football practice field.   The Danville Fire Department said yesterday that they have handed the case over to the Danville Police Department, but…

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Pioneers Raise New Soccer Fieldhouse

Sam Warren Herald Staff [email protected] The CU Harrodsburg Pioneers are nearly finished constructing their new soccer fieldhouse. The fieldhouse will include three locker rooms, two for the Pioneers, and one for the away team. A hospitality suite and a media room on the second floor are also included in the 4200 square foot building. The…

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Fall Sports Season Updates From KHSAA

Spencer Moore Herald Staff [email protected] The 2020-21 school year is just a few weeks away, and that means Kentucky’s High school fall sports season. It is without question there have been some doubts amongst the athletes, coaches and fans, that the fall season would take place due to COVID-19. KHSAA commissioner Julian Tackett recently gave…

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