LEXINGTON According to a KHSAA news release, the term “cancellation” had to be applied in order for Ticketmaster to permit ticket refunds for the Sweet Sixteen.
GRAYSON – Kentucky Christian University junior runner, Sierra Poppell has earned All-American status for her performance during the 5,000M race at the NAIA Indoor Track & Field Championships in Brookings, South Dakota.
KINGSPORT, Tenn. – The 2019-20 Women's Basketball All-Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC) Team and Awards are out, and Brooke Hammonds of Union is the Player of the Year.
As he answered interview questions by phone on Friday morning, Scott Ingram kept an eye on a video stream of his daughter, Zoë, playing for the University of Pikeville’s softball team.
West Carter Archery S3DA shot at Owensboro, KY Indoor State Tournament, Feb. 29 and March 1. Hallie Steagall 3rd place Female High School - Traditional Bow. Hayden Waugh 3rd place Male High School - Traditional Bow. Eathan Dunaway 3rd place Male Middle School -Traditional Bow.
GRAYSON In response to the COVID19 virus, the athletics department at Kentucky Christian University, in concert with the University's senior administration, has decided to suspend all athletic activities until classes resume following an extended spring break.
GRAYSON The Kentucky Christian University softball team returned to the friendly confines of the Championship Fastpitch/Knights Softball Complex following a grueling weekend of play and it was just what they needed.
MOREHEAD Mason Moore missed his first six shots for Rowan County on Thursday night, but once he found the bottom of the net on a transition layup just over six minutes into play he was dialed in.
DAYTON, Tenn. The Kentucky Christian softball team traveled south for two consecutive days of AAC doubleheaders. The first stop was Bryan College, the home of the Lions and they took full advantage of playing in Tennessee as they defeated the Knights 3-5 and 0-8.
GRAYSON The Kentucky Christian University softball team hosted the Fighting Saints of the University of St. Francis (IL) for a Friday afternoon twin-bill. USF is currently receiving NAIA Top-25 votes and has hopes of a post-season run.
DAYTON, Tenn. After suffering a lopsided loss in the first game of the three-game series with Bryan College, KCU looked to even the score with the Bryan but that was not to be on this day. The 18th ranked Lions took the final two games by 4-15 and 7-8 scores.
GRAYSON One day after KCU had swept a doubleheader from the Warriors of Rochester College (MI), they turned the tables on the Knights and posted wins of 4-11 and 2-3 to even the series.
GRAYSON Kentucky Christian University head baseball coach Jason Stowers has maintained a strong sense of optimism about the 2020 season and today’s play was a great start in validating it. KCU claimed their first two wins of the season by defeating the Rochester College Warriors 3-2 and then…
GEORGETOWN KCU traveled to the Georgetown College campus for a game with the Tigers and a second game with the visiting Eagles of Judson University. Unfortunately, it was the Knights that came away with two losses as Judson won 2-1 in the first game of the afternoon and GC protected their ho…
GRAYSON The regular season is now in the history books for both Knights basketball teams as they defeated the visiting Bears. The women won 93-83 while it took an extra period for the men to claim a 98-93 win in the second half of the AAC doubleheader.
LEXINGTON Johnson Central, Ashland, Boyd County and West Carter all fared well on day one of the KHSAA State Wrestling Championships at the Kentucky Horse Park’s Alltech Arena on Friday. Each team collected at least one win while Johnson Central and Ashland both advanced at least one individ…
GAINESVILLE, Ga. KCU looked to maintain their post-season position within the Appalachian Athletic Conference as the played the home-standing Tigers of Brenau University and the Knights did just that with a 76-71 victory.
GRAYSON Desperate to make the AAC tournament field, the Knights had no room for error as they must win every remaining game for the possibility of making the conference tourney. With the 74-68 win, KCU took a big step toward realizing their goal.
LAURINBURG, NC – The KCU men traveled to North Carolina to needing a victory to keep hope alive for making the AAC post-season tournament. A win is what they earned as the Kentucky Christian Knights beat the St. Andrews Knights, 79-76.
DAYTON, Tenn. – Kentucky Christian was in Tennessee for two games at Bryan College. When the evening had concluded, the men had gotten a much needed win to keep their hopes alive for reaching the AAC tournament with an 87-78 win.
COLUMBIA, SC – The Kentucky Christian University women’s basketball team dropped an important Appalachian Athletic Conference game on the road at Columbia College. The Koalas defeated KCU by a 67-68 margin.
MARION, Ind. – Kentucky Christian University head track and field coach Chuck Wentz took several members of his men's and women's squads to the Indiana Wesleyan University Midwest Classic Feb. 1.
Ashland coach Bill Bradley’s worries of the Kittens 10-day hiatus were put to rest when Julia Parker single-handedly stole back the lead from the East Carter Lady Raiders last Thursday night.
OLIVE HILL Friday was Farmers Night at West Carter, and the Comets’ student section mightily celebrated. They wore straw hats and bib overalls, and the late John Denver’s “Take Me Home, Country Roads” and Craig Morgan’s “International Harvester” wafted over the public address system.
RICHMOND West Carter fell behind Bethlehem nine seconds into the All “A” Classic state tournament quarterfinals on Friday morning and never caught up in a 64-43 loss at Eastern Kentucky’s Paul S. McBrayer Arena.
BARBOURVILLE Kentucky Christian University made the trip to Union College for a very important mid-week twin-bill with the Bulldogs and when the night was complete, the Knights had claimed a 63-57 men's win over the #19 team in the most recent poll. Unfortunately, the women suffered their mo…
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