By Carlton Hughes - Contributing Writer League Standings: New Covenant: 6-0 Totz Church of God: 6-0 Central Baptist: 4-2 Faith Temple: 3-3 Poor Fork Old Regular Baptist: 3-3 Putney Bible Church: 3-3 Kildav Community 2-4 Cumberland Pentecostal Church: 2-4 Church of the Nazarene: 1-5 Black Mountain Missionary Baptist: 0-6 Totz Church of God survived a scare to remain undefeated in Harlan County Men's Church League basketball action on Saturday.
By Carlton Hughes - Contributing Writer League standings: New Covenant: 4-0 Totz Church of God: 4-0 Faith Temple: 3-1 Central Baptist: 2-2 Kildav Community 2-2 Poor Fork Old Regular Baptist: 2-2 Putney Bible Church: 2-2 Church of the Nazarene: 1-3 Black Mountain Missionary Baptist: 0-4 Cumberland Pentecostal Church: 0-4 Action heated up last week in the Harlan County Church Men's Basketball League, with the top two teams maintaining their perfect records and other teams trying to advance in the standings.
By Carlton Hughes - Contributing Writer League standings: Faith Temple: 2-0 Kildav Community 2-0 New Covenant: 2-0 Totz Church of God: 2-0 Central Baptist: 1-1 Putney Bible Church: 1-1 Black Mountain Missionary Baptist: 0-2 Church of the Nazarene: 0-2 Cumberland Pentecostal Church: 0-2 Poor Fork Old Regular Baptist: 0-2 The 2017 edition of the Harlan County Church Men's Basketball League has kicked off in style as New Covenant Cawood Church of God looks to defend its title.
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