Tuesday, 25 October 2011 23:16
With the Class 4A State Playoffs set, Coach Kenny Roark’s Clay County Tiger football team (1-9) will have one last shot at a win before heading over to #14 Lexington Catholic.
The Tigers will host Breathitt County this Friday night at Tiger Stadium for the team’s final game of the regular season for Senior Night.
Clay County will honor their lone football senior, John Roberts, prior to Friday night’s game.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 October 2011 23:17
Tuesday, 25 October 2011 23:09
The Clay County cross-country team had a very successful meet last Friday at Oneida Baptist Institute.
The team placed at the meet with 27 points overall, besting OBI and Owsley County.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 October 2011 23:10
Wednesday, 19 October 2011 01:58
Clay County Golfer is First Freshman to Win Award in History
For the first time since it’s inception, the Kentucky High School Mr. Golf award was won by a freshman.
Clay County freshman Tyler “Chip” McDaniel became the first freshman to win the coveted award after a very successful season on the links.
The Mr. Golf award is given based on a season-long race during which golfers accumulate points at select tournaments.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 October 2011 01:59
Wednesday, 19 October 2011 01:56
Lady Tigers Edge Harlan County to Advance in Region Tournament
Senior Brittany Bowman returns a serve during the Lady Tigers' regional game against Harlan County as fellow senior Danielle Hubbard looks on.
Log Mountain – Coach Phillip Jones’ Clay County Lady Tiger volleyball team lived to play another day Tuesday night, defeating Harlan County in an exciting three sets to advance in the 13th Region Tournament at Bell County High School.
“It was a great game from both teams,” said Coach Jones, “Hats off to Harlan County for their play. I’m extremely proud of these girls, but it was very chaotic.”
Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 October 2011 01:57
Wednesday, 19 October 2011 01:55
An old district rivalry will be restored Friday night, as Coach Kenny Roark’s Clay County Tigers (1-7) travel to face off against Coach Scott Parkey’s Rockcastle County Rockets.
The two squads were former district foes from 2003-2006, playing in Class 3A District 7, where Rockcastle defeated the Tigers five straight times, outscoring Clay County 226-71 in their five contests.
Currently, Coach Parkey’s Rockets are 7-1 on the year, suffering their first loss of the season last Friday night in a 40-14 loss to district foe Knox Central.
“The Rock” began the season with seven straight wins, outscoring their first seven opponents 266-70.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 October 2011 01:56
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