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July 28, 2020

KHSAA Approves Delayed Start to High School Football Season

Nick Roush 11:30pm July 28, 2020 7/28/20

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The KHSAA is planning on hosting high school football games in the state of Kentucky this fall. The KHSAA Board of Control voted Tuesday to begin a nine-week high school football season Sept. 11. Typically schools play ten regular season games in 11 weeks, followed by five rounds of playoffs. A look at the calendar…

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LIVE: KHSAA meets to determine future of fall sports

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 10:00am July 28, 2020 7/28/20 Comments Disabled

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This morning, the KHSAA Board of Control is meeting to determine the fate of fall sports, including high school football. Two and a half weeks ago, the board voted to extend limitations on practices for fall sports through August 2 with the exception of golf. High school football games are scheduled to begin August 21.…

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July 20, 2020

Hazard football COVID-19 outbreak traced back to family vacation

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 2:15pm July 20, 2020 7/20/20

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On July 11, the Hazard Independent High School football team had to suspend workouts after nine players and a coach tested positive for COVID-19. Today, the Herald-Leader is reporting that the outbreak has spread to 38 people, including 18 football players, three coaches, and 17 of their family members and close contacts. While the virus…

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July 10, 2020

KHSAA Delays Start of (Most) Fall Sports to August 3

Nick Roush 10:30pm July 10, 2020 7/10/20 Comments Disabled

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The KHSAA’s annual start date for fall sports will NOT be July 15th. During a meeting with the Board of Control Friday morning, Commissioner Julian Tackett outlined a general plan for high school sports to return to Kentucky this fall. The big news from the discussion — fall sports must wait to begin practicing until…

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July 8, 2020

Skyy Clark coming to King of the Bluegrass tournament

Drew Franklin 10:00am July 8, 2020 7/8/20

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One of Kentucky’s top targets on the high school recruiting trail will be playing in Kentucky later this year. Skyy Clark, the five-star guard who recently earned a scholarship offer from John Calipari, is one of many young basketball stars whose high school team will participate in the King of the Bluegrass tournament. Jason Frakes…

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July 7, 2020

Basketball more dangerous than football, says KHSAA Commissioner Tackett

Drew Franklin 5:11pm July 7, 2020 7/7/20

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While speaking to Kentucky’s Interim Joint Commission on Education earlier today, KHSAA commissioner Julian Tackett provided an update on high school sports. Tackett didn’t offer much because he meets with the KHSAA board in a few days and there will be a lot of decision making done then, but he did say, “We’re looking at…

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KHSAA: “We’re looking at having fall sports”

Drew Franklin 1:32pm July 7, 2020 7/7/20

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The plan is still to play high school sports in the fall… at least for now. KHSAA commissioner Julian Tackett reassured the Interim Joint Committee on Education on Tuesday, saying, “We are looking at having fall sports.” However, Commissioner Tackett (J-Tack, as Ryan Lemond calls him) did not offer much else as to how those…

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June 30, 2020

High school football in Tennessee is delayed

Drew Franklin 4:55pm June 30, 2020 6/30/20

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For those of you interested in the future of high school football in Kentucky, you should take a glance toward our neighbors to the south, where the state of Tennessee delayed the start of football and girls’ soccer. Tennessee’s governor extended the state’s State of Emergency until August 29, which will push back the beginning…

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Two Kentucky school systems suspend sports activities amid pandemic

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 11:00am June 30, 2020 6/30/20

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Schools across the country are trying to restart athletics in hopes classes will be in session this fall, but at least two school districts in Kentucky are hitting the pause button amid the pandemic. Last week, the Clay County school system suspended all sports activities for two weeks upon the recommendation of the health department…

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June 28, 2020

Dayvion McKnight wins Kentucky Mr. Basketball

Troy Howell 6:10pm June 28, 2020 6/28/20 Comments Disabled

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Collins guard Dayvion McKnight was named Kentucky’s Mr. Basketball on Sunday during a virtual ceremony. The 6’2 McKnight set the school record for points, rebounds, assists, and steals in a career. During his junior season, he led the Titans to the finals of the prestigious King of the Bluegrass tournament, defeating state champion Louisville Trinity…

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July 28, 2020

KHSAA Approves Delayed Start to High School Football Season

Nick Roush 11:30pm July 28, 2020 7/28/20

4 categories

2 tags

The KHSAA is planning on hosting high school football games in the state of Kentucky this fall. The KHSAA Board of Control voted Tuesday to begin a nine-week high school football season Sept. 11. Typically schools play ten regular season games in 11 weeks, followed by five rounds of playoffs. A look at the calendar…

Read More

LIVE: KHSAA meets to determine future of fall sports

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 10:00am July 28, 2020 7/28/20 Comments Disabled

2 categories

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This morning, the KHSAA Board of Control is meeting to determine the fate of fall sports, including high school football. Two and a half weeks ago, the board voted to extend limitations on practices for fall sports through August 2 with the exception of golf. High school football games are scheduled to begin August 21.…

Read More

July 20, 2020

Hazard football COVID-19 outbreak traced back to family vacation

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 2:15pm July 20, 2020 7/20/20

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On July 11, the Hazard Independent High School football team had to suspend workouts after nine players and a coach tested positive for COVID-19. Today, the Herald-Leader is reporting that the outbreak has spread to 38 people, including 18 football players, three coaches, and 17 of their family members and close contacts. While the virus…

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July 10, 2020

KHSAA Delays Start of (Most) Fall Sports to August 3

Nick Roush 10:30pm July 10, 2020 7/10/20 Comments Disabled

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The KHSAA’s annual start date for fall sports will NOT be July 15th. During a meeting with the Board of Control Friday morning, Commissioner Julian Tackett outlined a general plan for high school sports to return to Kentucky this fall. The big news from the discussion — fall sports must wait to begin practicing until…

Read More

July 8, 2020

Skyy Clark coming to King of the Bluegrass tournament

Drew Franklin 10:00am July 8, 2020 7/8/20

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One of Kentucky’s top targets on the high school recruiting trail will be playing in Kentucky later this year. Skyy Clark, the five-star guard who recently earned a scholarship offer from John Calipari, is one of many young basketball stars whose high school team will participate in the King of the Bluegrass tournament. Jason Frakes…

Read More

July 7, 2020

Basketball more dangerous than football, says KHSAA Commissioner Tackett

Drew Franklin 5:11pm July 7, 2020 7/7/20

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While speaking to Kentucky’s Interim Joint Commission on Education earlier today, KHSAA commissioner Julian Tackett provided an update on high school sports. Tackett didn’t offer much because he meets with the KHSAA board in a few days and there will be a lot of decision making done then, but he did say, “We’re looking at…

Read More

KHSAA: “We’re looking at having fall sports”

Drew Franklin 1:32pm July 7, 2020 7/7/20

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4 tags

The plan is still to play high school sports in the fall… at least for now. KHSAA commissioner Julian Tackett reassured the Interim Joint Committee on Education on Tuesday, saying, “We are looking at having fall sports.” However, Commissioner Tackett (J-Tack, as Ryan Lemond calls him) did not offer much else as to how those…

Read More

June 30, 2020

High school football in Tennessee is delayed

Drew Franklin 4:55pm June 30, 2020 6/30/20

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For those of you interested in the future of high school football in Kentucky, you should take a glance toward our neighbors to the south, where the state of Tennessee delayed the start of football and girls’ soccer. Tennessee’s governor extended the state’s State of Emergency until August 29, which will push back the beginning…

Read More

Two Kentucky school systems suspend sports activities amid pandemic

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 11:00am June 30, 2020 6/30/20

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Schools across the country are trying to restart athletics in hopes classes will be in session this fall, but at least two school districts in Kentucky are hitting the pause button amid the pandemic. Last week, the Clay County school system suspended all sports activities for two weeks upon the recommendation of the health department…

Read More

June 28, 2020

Dayvion McKnight wins Kentucky Mr. Basketball

Troy Howell 6:10pm June 28, 2020 6/28/20 Comments Disabled

2 categories

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Collins guard Dayvion McKnight was named Kentucky’s Mr. Basketball on Sunday during a virtual ceremony. The 6’2 McKnight set the school record for points, rebounds, assists, and steals in a career. During his junior season, he led the Titans to the finals of the prestigious King of the Bluegrass tournament, defeating state champion Louisville Trinity…

Read More