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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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Today on KSR: A KHSAA Meeting that could decide the fate of Kentucky High School Sports

Nick Roush 9:00am July 28, 2020 7/28/20

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High school football’s fate in the state of Kentucky may be decided today. The KHSAA’s Board of Control is scheduled to meet this morning at 10 am. You’ll be able to watch the live stream in its entirety on Kentucky Sports Radio. David Buchanan, the president of the Kentucky Football Coach’s Association, told the CJ’s…

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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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June 30, 2020

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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May 27, 2020

The Evolution of Kentucky’s High School Football Talent

Adam Luckett 2:00pm May 27, 2020 5/27/20

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On the last week’s episode of 11 Personnel, Nick Roush and I discussed just how a college football program is often tethered to the type of talent their local recruiting area provides. Under Mark Stoops, Kentucky has been able to lean all the way into a conservative offense that leans heavy on the defense because…

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May 25, 2020

Revisit Tim Couch and Chris Stapleton’s Duels on the High School Football Field

Nick Roush 4:00pm May 25, 2020 5/25/20

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Once upon a time, a future No. 1 overall NFL Draft pick and a five-time Grammy Award winner met on the gridiron. Scratch that — thrice upon a time Chris Stapleton and Tim Couch went head-to-head on a football field in Eastern Kentucky. Before Chris Stapleton was a household name in the world of country music,…

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October 25, 2019

Listen to Matt Jones call high school football at Boyle County

Drew Franklin 7:00pm October 25, 2019 10/25/19

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With all that free time he has on his hands these days, Matt Jones thought he’d try calling a live action football game. The good people at Boyle County High offered him a spot in their broadcast booth for tonight’s game against Bourbon County, and Matt welcomed the challenge like any big radio megastar would…

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December 24, 2018

The Washington Post brings Prestonsburg’s journey to the ’93 2A State Championship to life

Jack Pilgrim 4:30pm December 24, 2018 12/24/18

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The story of Prestonsburg’s journey to the 1993 2A State Championship game is one that has been told over and over again throughout eastern Kentucky. They lived it. And 25 years later, it’s still dominating the collective minds of the Prestonsburg community, for both good and bad. For those unfamiliar with the story, a small…

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