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Some Kentucky middle school students have been held back by their parents to get an advantage in sports, but a new regulation could thwart the practice. Commissioner Julian Tackett said. "Your focus should be on remediation of your academic work or
Cordia junior basketball player Richard Chapman Jr. has been suspended for two games for punching an opponent Friday night. Richard Chapman Jr. punched Perry County Central's Justin Johnson late in the third quarter of the Lions' 63-53 victory.
A judge granted a temporary restraining order Friday that will allow two students at Cordia High School in Knott County to play basketball. Richard Chapman Jr. and Josh Ortiz filed separate lawsuits against the Kentucky High School Athletic
Two students at Cordia High School in Knott County have filed separate lawsuits against the Kentucky High School Athletic Association in an effort to let them play basketball this year...Chapman, 16, a junior, moved to Eastern Kentucky from Newark, N.
Blackford and Valarie Honeycutt Spears email@example.com On day two of a statewide fuss over post-game handshakes, the director of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association tried to further tamp down the furor, but not before the issue
Middle school athletics would be overseen for the first time by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association under a proposed regulation approved by the state board of education and now under review by lawmakers...However, Tackett said in an
Playing the championship game of the boys' state basketball tournament on Sunday afternoon last month went so well that the Kentucky High School Athletic Association's Board of Control voted unanimously on Monday to go to that format for both the
A Holy Name fourth-grader led the way for the Henderson County Archery Club, capturing a first-place title for his division in the Kentucky National Archery in the Schools Program State Tournament. Nate Wood scored 280 points out of a possible 300,
A bill aimed at reducing "rampant recruiting" of high school athletes in Kentucky cleared the House earlier this week but probably won't gain traction in the Senate during the waning days of the 2013 General Assembly. Senate Education Committee
The most prolific scorer in Kentucky high school basketball this season is a 5-foot-8 freshman girl playing in relative anonymity for a tiny school in Letcher County. Whitney Creech, who has played for Jenkins' varsity since she was a sixth-grader,