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The one thing about Caroline and Lucas Young that isn’t almost exactly the same is their personality. Jeremiah Shearer noticed that when he taught the senior fraternal twins in freshman social studies at East Carter High School.

RACELAND – Matt Clark just wanted to make himself clear.

The Lady Comets softball team couldn’t compete with the heat. It wasn’t just the weather. The Rowan County Lady Vikings brought warm bats to the first round of last week’s 16 region tournament to defeat the Lady Comets, 10-1.

East Carter Lady Raiders suffered a tough loss to Raceland, the regional runners up, in the first round of the 16th Region tournament.

RACELAND – For three innings Saturday, Rowan County’s baseball team looked a bit befuddled.

OLIVE HILL – East Carter skipper Jeremiah Shearer made it very clear he only wanted to talk with his starting pitcher Caden McDavid when he made a beeline toward the mound in the second inning Saturday night.

OLIVE HILL – West Carter ace Trevor Callihan was chased from the mound Monday night after tossing his 120th pitch to start the eighth inning of the 62nd District Tournament championship with East Carter.

Down by two going into the bottom of the third, the East Carter Lady Raiders spent four innings battling back to claim their seventh consecutive district title.

The National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) has released their 2019 Women's Softball Scholar-Athletes. Kentucky Christian University is proud to place two seniors to the list. Summer Collins and Whitney McKay were all named NCCAA Scholar-Athletes.

The West Carter fifth and sixth grade boys travel basketball team will have a corn hole tournament on Saturday, June 1, at West Carter High School gymnasium at 5 p.m. It will be a double elimination tournament. Cost is $10 per person with the first team receiving trophies.

East Carter senior Trey Scott has lived for baseball since as far as he could remember, so to sign with West Virginia State University last week was a dream come true.

The Mid-South Conference has named their ALL Conference archers for the 2018-19 season and KCU’s Briley Hearrin was named to the 1st Team in the Basic Bow division.

The Kentucky Christian University softball team opened NCCAA World Series play last week, dropping two games by a single run each.

The East Carter Middle School Golf Team competed in the Eastern Kentucky Middle School Golf Conference Tournament on Monday, April 29, at Hidden Cove Golf Course. East Carter won the tournament with a team score of 177. Titus McGlone was the individual champion with a low score of 37. Over 4…

At Thursday’s 16th Region Tennis Coaches meeting at the Ashland Tennis Center, East Carter girls received two top seeds based on their excellent play during the season. Singles player Maria Hayes (freshman) received the #3 seed behind #1 Greenup County, and #2 from Ashland. After a first rou…

East Carter Lady Raiders picked up a second win, 7-5, Friday night during a sixth inning tie breaker.

East Carter Lady Raiders capped off another winning week with a five-inning win over their West Carter rivals.

Even after a slew of talent cycled out and its days of contending appeared behind the Comets, West Carter baseball is staying relevant.

West Carter exacts revenge on rivals at East.

GRAYSON – Ashland collected 12 hits as left-hander Ryan Atkins silenced East Carter’s offense in a 14-3 rout on Friday at J.P. Kouns Field.

With the change of venue, the Knights looked to take advantage of their home field and turn it into two wins, but that was not to be. UC Clermont played as if they were in Batavia, Ohio, as they took the first game 19-5 and the second 12-1.

GRAYSON – After a week at the beach cooled East Carter’s bats, the Raiders found a return home to their liking.

In last Tuesday’s tennis match at East Carter Middle School against West Carter, the girls won all three matches played, but the boys lost both singles matches and won the doubles match.

On the evening of March 3 in Ashland’s locker room at Morehead State, moments after the Tomcats knocked off Boyd County in the 16th Region Tournament final to claim their first trip to the Sweet Sixteen in 17 years, Ashland coach Jason Mays reminded his team what it represented.

West Carter softball gets a late start to the regular season. After having their first game against Fairview cancelled due to rain, they jumped head first into the second week of the regular season with four games.

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