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ROBINSON CREEK — Pikeville’s length was the difference Tuesday night as the Panthers picked up a 73-56 win over the Wildcats in 59th District play.

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Poetic justice.

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Belfry’s Logan McCoy (right) and Spencer Hensley pose after signing national letters of intent to play college football at Union College Monday afternoon.

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PRESTONSBURG — Sophomore guard Sal Dean scored a game-high 22 points to lead visiting Belfry past Prestonsburg 83-62 in a boys’ high school basketball season opener on Tuesday, Jan. 5.

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Prestonsburg opened the 15th Region All “A” Classic by pulling away from East Ridge and picking up a 60-43 win, while Pikeville followed with an outstanding performance to open the season and knocking off Martin County 63-51.

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Belfry senior Brett Coleman looks on after signing his national letter of intent to play college football at Miami University (Ohio). Coleman helped lead Belfry to the Class 3A state championship in the 2019 season. For the full story, see Thursday’s edition of the News-Expres and to watch t…

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UPike men’s basketball continued their conference stretch Saturday afternoon, falling just short against No. 1 ranked Georgetown team in another high intensity Mid-South battle. The two heavyweights duked it out on the hardwood for 40 minutes, as the Tigers took the 90-79 victory.

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ASHLAND — Belfry fought hard, but just couldn’t find the end zone Friday night as Ashland Blazer picked up a 10-3 win over the Pirates in the Class 3A state semifinals.

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MCKENZIE, Tnn.  — UPike women’s basketball tallied their fourth win of the season Saturday afternoon, defeating the 14th ranked Bethel Wildcats. The Bears pulled off the upset victory by a final score of 62-53, moving to 4-1 on the season and 1-1 in MSC play.

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BELFRY — Friday night marked the last performance for Belfry back Isaac Dixon at Philip Haywood Stadium.

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I wonder if we realize just how special a season Belfry’s Isaac Dixon is having.

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Shelby Valley had chances against West Carter Friday night, but the young Wildcats just couldn’t come up with the big plays when they had opportunities.

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Hazard had Pikeville on the ropes and then Max Johnson jumped a route and came up with an interception.

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