OLIVE HILL Trace Tackett waved his hands because he was alone in the right corner.
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.
RACELAND The West Carter Lady Comets made it clear in the first five minutes of their 16th Region All “A” Classic semifinal matchup with youthful Bath County on Monday night that there would be no shocking upset on their watch.
The West Carter Youth Wrestling Team took part in the 2019 Skyline Bowling Youth Wrestling Battle For The Ring in Gallipolis, Ohio. Pictured are Lucas Tackett who won first place in his division, taking home the championship ring, and Gabe Caudill who got second place in his division.
OLIVE HILL There was no tribal council Friday and nobody was voted off an island, but West Carter’s girls basketball team persevered against East Carter as surely as the participants on Survivor 40.
GRAYSON – Even as West Carter was preparing to play in the third round of the playoffs for the first time in school history, Daniel Barker took a moment to consider the big picture.
SUMMIT – The late game action of the Boyd County Roundball Classic featured two of the area’s top girls basketball teams in Boyd County and West Carter.
Robin Tolle found out the hard way what “win at all costs” really means. Bath County’s girls cross country team took it to heart.
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.
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