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Eagles capture 15th Region Soccer Title
By Tim Pelphrey
Sports Editor

The Johnson Central Eagles Menís Soccer Team captured its second straight 15th Region Championship with a 3-2 victory over the Pikeville Panthers Wednesday night at Eaglesí Stadium.
The Panthers took the lead with a Hunter Heffington goal within the first five minutes of the match, and held the 1-0 advantage until the 14:54 mark.

Repeat Regional Champions

2014 15th Region Soccer Champions: The Johnson Central Eagles defeated the Pikeville Panthers 3-2 to earn their second straight regional Championship Wednesday night at Eagleís Stadium. The Eagles will advance to play in the semi-state round of the State Tournament next week at Eaglesí Stadium.

Tigers secure home-field with 42-12 victory
by Tim Pelphrey
Sports Editor

The Paintsville Tigers defeated the Nicholas County Bluejackets 42-12 Friday night on Memorial Field at the Walter J. Brugh Football Complex to secure a first-round playoff game at home.
The win also set up a district championship game next week at Raceland as both teams will enter the contest with 2-0 district marks.

2-14 57th District Champions

By Tim Pelphrey
Sports Editor

The Johnson Central Lady Eaglesí Soccer team defeated the Prestonsburg Lady Blackcats 6-3 last Thursday night in the 57th District Championship Match at Eaglesí Stadium.
The Lady Eagles, who entered the game with a 0-1-1 mark against Prestonsburg this season, got three goals from Molly Davis and two goals from Bekah Preston, along with a lone goal from Mattia Goble in the victory, with Preston and Davis picking up an assist apiece.
Kathryn Branham was credited with the victory in goal for Coach Larry VanHooseís squad.

Lady Tigers complete season sweep of Central in 3-2 win
OUTSIDE HITTERS: Johnson Centralís Shelby Conley and Paintsvilleís Kerrigan Samons went head-to-head for the final time in the regular season Tuesday night at the Paul R. Setser Field House. The two senior outside hitters have been two of the regionís best for the past four years.

By Tim Pelphrey
Sports Editor

The Paintsville Lady Tigers completed a season-sweep over the Johnson Central Lady Eagles Tuesday night in the final volleyball regular season battle between the two teams at the Paul R Setser Field House.
Paintsville opened with a 25-15 win in the first set as they continually fed Kerrigan Samons and never allowed the Lady Eagles to get close.
But Central answered with a 25-21 victory in set two, behind the superior athleticism Shelby Conley.

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