Boyd County’s cross country motto this season was “Don’t count the miles, make the miles count.”
It was a program-defining year for East Carter soccer and was 36 seconds from giving the Raiders a shot at bringing home only the second state championship in any sport in school history.
GRAYSON – Ethan Miller’s exceptional year earned him a spot on the 2019 East All State Honorable mentions. Miller was the only Raider to get voted to this year’s team and was also voted to the 2019 State Tournament team.
West Carter Lady Comets volleyball head coach Christie Tackett celebrated her birthday Tuesday night in the best fashion possible, with her first district championship as head coach.
MOREHEAD – Rowan County Senior High School will serve as the site of this week’s 16th Region volleyball tournament. The event is scheduled to begin on Monday and conclude on Thursday.
LLOYD – East Carter knew what was coming: a heave heavenward and descending toward the end zone from one of the state’s top passers, and likely in the direction of one of its top receivers.
MOREHEAD – Rowan County was fired up in the first half of the 16th Region Tournament final Saturday night at Paul Ousley Stadium. As for East Carter, they had yet to wake up.
MOREHEAD – There are two rematches in the first round of the 16th Region girls soccer tournament, two first-time face-offs to begin the boys event, a path to a familiar high-stakes boys showdown and two likely favorites on opposite sides of the girls bracket.
Work continues on the Carter County Sports Park, with concrete footers of the main concession area scheduled for pouring late Friday morning. The concession stand is the first area to have concrete poured in the park, with footers for the other buildings on the site to be poured later this month.
West Carter soccer headed into the postseason this week. They hosted the first round 62nd District tournament on the West Carter soccer field Monday and Tuesday night.
Daniel Barker is in only his second season as West Carter’s head football coach, but he sounded a little world-weary in discussing one of the latest changes to Kentucky’s playoff format.
West Carter volleyball bounced back from All-A State with three wins, including a win over last year’s region champions Rowan County. They are approaching their 20th win having entered the sixth week of the regular season 15-6.
After one month of season and nine games, the Raiders remain undefeated. Led by Coach Chris Huddle the Raiders have become quite the team to beat and this year is looking no different.
The West Carter Lady Comets are struggling with numbers this season. They started with 12 girls on the roster. In a sport that fields 11 players, the team will have to be super wary of the injury bug.
Join the West Carter football at a home game Friday, Sept. 6, in honoring the 1994 WC Comet Football team in the 25th anniversary of the first team in school history to make the playoffs. Players and staff from the 1994 team are invited to a tailgate beginning at 5:30 p.m. The team and staff…
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