Trey Bond joined an elite group of West Carter graduates Wednesday afternoon as he signed his national letter of intent to Eastern Kentucky University.

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The Kentucky Christian University women’s basketball team was on the road for a game with the Mountaineers of Berea College (19-4).

Kentucky Christian hosted the Fighting Scots from Ohio Valley University for their final home game of the 2018-19 basketball season but it was not a good send-off for the home fans.

A team effort boosted the East Carter Lady Raiders over the Lewis County Lady Lions, 45-25, last week.

The Carter Christian Academy Lady Warriors won 48-32 in the Jan. 28 game against Wesley. (Photos by Michelle Brand)

The Kentucky Christian University Lady Knights basketball team traveled to the home of the Grenadiers of Indiana University Southeast to get revenge from a 22-point home loss last November.

From a shaky start to East Carter’s second volleyball signee in two years, Caitie Reed signed to Georgetown College last Friday, Feb. 1.

GRAYSON - From the baseline, East Carter’s Josh Damron attempted to feed the ball to Jordan Brooks in the post.

West Carter’s strong second half was not enough to overcome first half deficit against the Rowan County Vikings.

GRAYSON — Savannah Wheeler never tires of the time she schooled a boys basketball player.

WESTWOOD – Lady Comets coach Aaron Rayburn is happy he isn’t opposite his suffocating defensive unit.

GRAYSON – Brandon Baker did not like what he saw from his team in the opening two minutes of action Thursday night with Greenup County.

The Knights of Kentucky Christian University got an important Mideast Region win on Tuesday night as they used a big second half to defeat the Bulldogs of Boyce College, 97-77.

The Kentucky Christian University women’s basketball team traveled to Midway to play the Eagles of Midway University.

Ethan Adkins might feel a little bit like an Appalachian Trail thru-hiker: up, down and, thank goodness for West Carter, again on the ascent.

Jeremy Webb isn’t a numbers guy, at least when it comes to personal records.

Choosing what college to attend can often be an overwhelming experience, but for Chandler Easterling the choice was easy.

When East Carter and Raceland’s girls meet on the basketball court, it’s considered a regular season game. But there’s a near-and-dear name attached to it that elevates the contest to special status.

The Lady Knights are on the return leg of their southern trip and made a stop in Knoxville, Tennessee, the final game of the journey. KCU took on the Royals of Johnson University Tennessee and left campus with a 66-57 win.

RUSSELL – Brandon Baker knows his Raiders have the want to win. They may have found the how-to Wednesday night in a 65-62 victory over Russell at Marvin Meredith Gymnasium.

West Carter withstands comeback attempt by rivals at East to win their first district seed game.

After a two-week hiatus from basketball action, the Lady Knights returned to the hardwood as they hosted the Bulldogs of Union College. UC earned a 92-73 win and evened their record at 6-6 while KCU fell to 4-14.

Kentucky Christian University's men's basketball team returned to the court for their final game of 2018 and it was going to be an uphill battle as they took on the No. 7 ranked Bulldogs of Union College.

MAYSVILLE – The batch of burned-out bulbs on Mason County's scoreboards might have left some guessing the final score Wednesday.

Kentucky Christian University traveled to the heartland of Indiana to take on the Trojans of Taylor University. After 40 minutes on the hardcourt, Taylor claimed the 92-58 victory.

Following the double-overtime thriller last Monday, Kentucky Christian traveled to play the Eagles of Ashland University for an afternoon game.

Kentucky Christian University Lady Knights could not withstand three-point precision from Cincinnati Christian. The Lady Knights fell, 80-43, to the Golden Eagles on Monday night.

The rivalry between Kentucky Christian University and Cincinnati Christian University dates back for decades and has been the longest, sustained opponent for the Knights. But this edition may have topped them all as KCU pulled out a 123-116 win in 2OT against the Golden Eagles Dec. 17.

East Carter Lady Raiders beat Morgan County, 57-41. The win over the Lady Cougars puts them 2-0 in district seeding. Their first district win was Tuesday night over Elliott, 66-43.

The Kentucky Christian University Knights were on the road this Saturday for afternoon basketball action. KCU found themselves in Lynchburg, Virginia, with the Liberty University Flames as their opponent but when the final horn had sounded, Liberty owned a 96-55 win.

West Carter Comets could not overcome a slow first half. They fell 71-61 to the Rowan County Vikings in the EKC finals.

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