Ashley Overbay was perfect on the opening night of softball season and the Harlan Lady Dragons rolled into the semifinals of the 13th Region All “A” Classic with a 19-0 win over visiting Red Bird. Overbay, a senior who has been the ace of the Harlan staff for four years, struck out eight of the nine batters she faced. The other out was recorded on a pop up to first baseman AnnMarie Bianchi. “Ashley threw the ball well tonight and shut them down,” Harlan coach David Overbay said.
Knox Central guard Markelle Turner edged out South Laurel’s J.J. Ramey and Corbin’s Andrew Taylor to win player of the year honors in the 13th Region Boys Basketball Coaches Association all-region team. North Laurel’s Brad Sizemore was selected as coach of the year after leading the Jaguars to a 49th District title and a trip to the 13th Region Tournament semifinals.
HIGHLAND HEIGHTS — Knowing that teams making their first appearance at the state tournament often come out starry-eyed and not ready to play, Harlan County coach Debbie Green focused on “throwing the first punch” in the Lady Bears’ matchup at the state tournament Wednesday in BB&T Arena on the campus of Northern Kentucky University. The Lady Bears succeeded in doing just that in grabbing a quick 8-2 lead.
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Selecting a term
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