PRESTONSBURG —Number one seed Floyd Central dominated in the 58th District Girls’ Basketball Tournament semifinals at the Prestonsburg Fieldhouse on Monday night, pulling away to beat Betsy Layne 58-26.
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PRESTONSBURG — Lawrence County eliminated Prestonsburg from the postseason for a second straight year, defeating the Lady Blackcats 57-40 in the semifinals of the 58th District Girls’ Basketball Tournament at the Fieldhouse on Monday night.
Floyd Central senior setter Caroline Parsons is headed to the next level. Parsons signed with the Alice Lloyd College volleyball program during a ceremony at FCHS on Wednesday.
Jordan Frazier led Betsy Layne in scoring and reached a milestone as the Bobcats beat visiting Letcher Central 72-68 at Junior Newsome Arena on Tuesday.
Floyd Central senior defensive specialist/libero Kiara Warrens made her college choice official on Tuesday afternoon, signing with the University of Pikeville volleyball program.
After reeling off five straight wins, Betsy Layne was limited offensively as visiting Lawrence County pulled away to win 71-51 in a 58th District boys’ basketball game at Junior Newsome Arena on Friday night.
Betsy Layne faced a deficit at the conclusion of each quarter but pushed the visiting team as Lawrence County held on to win 65-54 in a 58th District girls’ basketball game at Junior Newsome Arena on Friday night.
Former Betsy Layne High School girls’ basketball head coach Cassandra Akers was recognized as the court at Junior Newsome Arena was named in her honor on Friday night. Akers is one of the most successful girls’ high school basketball coaches in 15th Region history.
Floyd Central senior guard Blake Slone set a new school record for three-point field goals made in a single game, connecting on six shots from beyond the arc in the Jaguars’ 58th District matchup against visiting Betsy Layne on Tuesday night.
Betsy Layne dealt shorthanded Prestonsburg its 10th straight loss on Friday night, defeating the Blackcats 64-57 in a 58th District boys’ basketball game at Junior Newsome Arena.
Notching it second straight win, Betsy Layne beat visiting Prestonsburg 54-49 in a 58th District girls’ basketball game at Junior Newsome Arena on Friday night.
BETSY LAYNE — Kennedy Harvel scored 13 points and teammates Kamryn Shannon and Katie Moore added 12 points apiece as Floyd Central beat host Betsy Layne 65-36 in a 58th District girls’ basketball game at Junior Newsome Arena on Friday night.
BETSY LAYNE — Delivering one of its best performances thus far in the 2019-20 boys’ high school basketball season, Betsy Layne rolled past visiting 58th District rival Floyd Central 83-53 at Junior Newsome Arena on Friday night.
Junior Katie Moore poured in 32 points and grabbed 16 rebounds to lead Floyd Central over visiting Lawrence County 61-57 in a 58th District girls’ basketball game on Friday night.
Floyd Central returned to the win column on Tuesday night, defeating visiting Knott Central 59-50 in a girls’ high school basketball game.
Betsy Layne just couldn’t keep the same pace as Paintsville in the second half Wednesday night in the 15th Region All “A” Classic at the Appalachian Wireless Arena.
Floyd Central fell behind and couldn’t convert often enough on the offensive end as 58th District rival Lawrence County pulled away to win 76-54 in the 2A Section 8 Tournament at Belfry High School on Wednesday, Jan. 8.
Betsy Layne knocked off Floyd County rival Prestonsburg Saturday evening to advance to the 15th Region All “A” Classic semifinals against Phelps Sunday.
Prestonsburg outscored Pike County Central in each of the first three quarters on its way to winning 64-55 in the Hi-Tech Signs & Graphix Holiday Classic on Saturday.
Jordan Frazier delivered a buzzer-beating shot to lift Betsy Layne over Morgan County 59-58 on the opening day of the Hi-Tech Signs & Graphix Holiday Classic at the Prestonsburg Fieldhouse on Thursday.
PRESTONSBURG — The Prestonsburg Lady Blackcats were into the holiday spirit after school on Thursday, wrapping Christmas presents for Community United Methodist Church.
PRESTONSBURG — Prestonsburg High School senior midfielder Makayla Ousley signed with the University of the Cumberlands women’s soccer program during a ceremony held at PHS on Friday, Dec. 6.
EASTERN — Floyd Central notched its second win in the young 2019/2020 girls’ high school basketball season over the weekend, beating visiting Breathitt County 60-24 on Saturday.
PRESTONSBURG — Making a great first impression in the 2019-20 boys’ high school basketball season, Prestonsburg knocked off visiting Knott Central 72-67 in an opener at the Fieldhouse on Tuesday night.
EASTERN — One day after dropping its season opener to Magoffin County, Floyd Central landed in the win column. The Jaguars defeated visiting Morgan County 61-51 in an early-season boys’ high school basketball game on Tuesday night.
EASTERN — Floyd Central fell short in first-year head coach Alan Joe Moore’s debut on the bench as visiting Magoffin County won 67-56 in a boys’ high school basketball season opener on Monday night.
BETSY LAYNE — Betsy Layne pulled away to win its season opener on Monday night, defeating visiting 15th Region rival Pike Central 68-55 at Junior Newsome Arena.