Tigers use aggressive net play to down Lady Panthers
Shay Cotton reaches back to make a play at the net over powering this Knox Central defender in the Tigers win Thursday night. Photo by Mark Hoskins.
Amanda Bretz has never been a head coach, in any sport. The Tiger volleyball assistant got her chance Thursday night and came away with a victory over Knox Central.
Clay enters bye week trying to regroup; will travel to Rockcastle Co. October 16
Clay had a rough go of it Friday night at Union College as Knox Central handed them their sixth defeat on the season, 50-8. Photo by Mark Hoskins
The combination of a stingy defense, and a ground and pound running game led to an easy Knox Central win Friday, as the Panthers improved to 4-3 overall, but most importantly, 2-0 in district play, by knocking off struggling Clay County, 50-8.
Youth hunt coming this weekend
Tyler Allen nailed this buck with his bow over the weekend. He is shown here with girlfriend Amber Hurd.
Archery season has been kind to Clay County hunters so far, according to the Ky. Department of Fish and Wildlife Telecheck system.
Brock Bowling to appear in court over 2004 murder of Jimmy Mills; Supreme Court rules for new trial
BROCK BOWLING will appear in court Monday for a motion hearing involving the 2004 murder of Jimmy Mills. Mills body was found at Double Creek Park.
A motion hearing is scheduled in a 2004 murder case before Circuit Judge Oscar Gayle House in Clay County Circuit Court, Monday October 5. Continue reading
Civil lawsuit filed by Trevor Dykes estate over murder
Three of the four defendants in the Trevor Dykes murder case are scheduled to appear before Circuit Judge Oscar Gayle House in Clay County Circuit Court Monday for an arraignment.
Cardinals pitch a homecoming shut out
Rain and dreary conditions clouded the homecoming festivities Friday night at Tiger Stadium as Clay hosted Wayne County. The Cardinals high-powered offense and stingy defense shut the Tigers out 64-0.