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Tigers drop 4-3 decision to Bath in Semi-state
By Tim Pelphrey
Sports Editor

The Paintsville Soccer Team was defeated 4-3 by the Bath County Wildcats Wednesday night in the semi-state round of the 2014 All “A” State Tournament at Charlie Adkins Field.
Lucas Adkins gave the Tigers an early 1-0 lead when he sent an attempt to the top of the net five minutes into the match.
But, Bath County answered with three straight goals from Caden Messer to take a 3-1 lead midway through the first half.
Messer scored again early in the second half to extend the lead to 4-1, before the Tigers turned it up a notch to score three straight. Luke Daniels scored a goal with ten minutes remaining, and Jacob Johnson scored on a ball from the middle of the field for the 4-3 final score.
The loss dropped the Wildcats to 4-4 on the season and were scheduled to be in action again last night at Prestonsburg, while Bath County improved to 10-3.


Highland hangs on to win over Meade in feature game
Kyle Burn ran into a wall of Red Devils Tuesday night on a rushing attempt. Burn and the WIldcats held on to win a 12-0 decision over Meade in the final regular-season game of the year.


By Tim Pelphrey
Sports Editor

The Central Elementary Eagles defeated the Porter Panthers 20-6 Tuesday night in the final game of the evening at Highland Elementary in the final regular-season game.
The Eagles took the first possession down the field 70 yards and Ethan Ayo ended the drive with a two-yard plunge to take a 6-0 lead with :57 left in the first period.
Porter was unable to get anything going offensively with its first possession and were forced to punt, but was able to stop the Eagles and force a turnover on downs at the 42-yard line.


Rice saves 13 in All “A’ Title win

The Paintsville Tigers Soccer Team defeated the Pikeville Panthers 1-0 in overtime to win the 2014 15th Region All “A” Soccer Tournament Thursday night at the Shelby Valley Soccer Field. Senior Goalie Andrew Rice collected 13 saves in the shutout victory and Brent Bartley, Luke Daniels and Ray Collins scored a penalty kick apiece in the win. The team advanced into the semi-state tournament with the win and is slated to take on Bath County tonight.


JC 11s completes sweep of Big Sandy Tigers rebound with 30-20 win over Shelby Valley
By Tim Pelphrey
Sports Editor

The Paintsville Tigers defeated the Shelby Valley Wildcats 30-20 Friday night at Memorial Field on the Walter J. Brugh Football Complex, behind a Kash Daniel led offense and a sturdy defense.
The Tigers, who were coming off their first loss of the season, came out and took the first possession of the game 51 yards in eight play that ended with a Luke Trimble five-yard touchdown run at the 9:47 mark to take a 7-0 lead after the Luke Daniel extra point.


Lady Tigers knock of Shelby Valley in All “A” first round
Caitlin Conley scored a goal during the Lady Tigers’ win over Shelby Valley Monday night in the first round of the 2014 15th Region All “A” Soccer Tournament.

By Tim Pelphrey
Sports Editor

The Paintsville Lady Tigers opened the 2014 15th Region All “A” Girls’ Soccer Tournament with an 8-0 win over the Shelby Valley Lady Wildcats Monday night.
Tori Nordin scored four goals and handed out three assists for the Lady Tigers in the win, while Caitlin Conley and Julia Garcia netted two goals each. Madison Trimble scored a goal and had one assists, and Katelin Bowling finished with three assists, while Conley and Abby James dished out one assist each. Whitley Bowling earned the win in goal.



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