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After the late-October bye week, Caldwell County (7-2) should now be fully rested after Halloween night on Thursday to finish out the 2019 regular season at Trigg County to cap off their second road swing on November 1.

Princeton native, former Caldwell County state champion golfer and Alabama University star Emma Talley stands tied for second place at just two shots behind current leader Muni He of Chengdu, China at the marathon LPGA Q-series as they enter the second half of the 144-hole tournament this we…

ASHBURN, Va. -- When Dwayne Haskins takes the field for the Washington Redskins' first offensive snap Sunday at the Buffalo Bills, he'll be the fourth rookie to start a game in the NFL this season.

PIKEVILLE -- The Lindsey Wilson offense put up a season-high 531 yards and the defense did not allow a touchdown in a 45-10 win at Pikeville at Hambley Athletic Complex.

NEW YORK -- Bobby Portis scored a season-high 28 points against his former team, including a go-ahead 3-pointer with 1:47 remaining, and the New York Knicks beat the Chicago Bulls 105-98 on Monday night for their first victory of the season.

At long last, the goal and the number that the Caldwell County Lady Tigers (21-13) have been reaching towards all season long has made its rival, and it's realization; lucky number 13.

The good news for Kentucky heading into Saturday's game against Missouri is that there is no way the weather can be as bad as it was down in Athens.

Caldwell County's latest regular-season demolishing that resulted in a running clock was a 40-0 decision on senior night over winless Fort Campbell (0-8) last Friday in the Tigers' regular season home finale in Princeton. It was their first shutout since October 2016, and looking at the rema…

Lyon County freshman golfer Cathryn Brown's trip and extended stay at the Leachman Buick-GMC-Cadillac/KHSAA State Golf Tournament was well earned and won't soon be forgotten. The experience for such a young golfer was enough to celebrate as it were, but Brown would move up to a 12th-place fi…

Communication, positive reinforcement and a reminder of just what this team has been capable of all season long came together at just the right time, and with their recent struggles behind them, the Lyon County Lady Lyons are hoisting up another District 5 championship trophy all the same.

Defeating a team that has lost only once in 19 games was exactly what Caldwell County was going to have to do if they were going to steal their first district tournament title since 2017, but it was the team, and the game, that the Lady Tigers had spent all of last week, and all of last seas…

Kentucky's backcourt is getting a lot of national attention with the return of Ashton Hagans, last year's SEC Defensive Player of the Year, and arrival of freshman Tyrese Maxey, who is already being projected as a 2021 NBA lottery pick.

The Caldwell County Tigers honored the newest Hall of Fame class at halftime Friday against Mayfield in Princeton, inducting Will Barnes, Cameron Williams, Marc Kanipe, Chad Lane, Bob Hudson and statistician Gary Goodaker. All six inductees made their impacts in the early- to mid-1990s and i…

Past, preset and future were all on hand Friday for Caldwell County's annual Hall of Fame night in Princeton in week 7 against Mayfield, and the two teams that squared off may very well see one another again in the Class 2A playoffs next month.

Even with a man down and a significant lack of substitutions, the young Caldwell County Tigers (4-10-1) gave Paducah Tilghman a first half duel before succumbing to injuries and cards in a 9-0 loss at Butler Stadium.

Honoring seniors Josh Hagan, Lucy Goffinet, Maggie Ginn and Audrey Wynn, the Caldwell County Tigers and Lady Tigers held their senior night ceremony on Tuesday against Paducah Tilghman. Here are some scenes from a memorable night at Butler Stadium in Princeton.

CALVERT CITY -- For several years, Jay Nimmo and Tyler Powell pushed each other as friends and teammates on the golf course.

Offensively, all the damage was done in the second half, as Caldwell County (11-5-2) went out of their final regular season home game with a W on senior night.

Forcing a once-known pass heavy Ballard Memorial squad to zero passing yards and a 57-16 drubbing on homecoming night, Caldwell County didn't let a few first quarter hiccups shake them, and took care of business in Barlow in Week 6 last Friday night to move to 5-1 on the season.

There might be just two games remaining in the regular season for both clubs, but there is so much more soccer to be played for the Caldwell County Tigers (4-9-1) and Lady Tigers (10-5-2), and much more of it to come at Butler Stadium early next week.

On Friday, October 11, the Birdies for Brownie Golf Tournament will be held at Princeton Golf and Country Club to benefit Lyon County-turned-University of Kentucky golfer Cullan Brown.

Caldwell County junior middle-hitter Abby Griggs celebrated her 17th birthday a day late, with an absolute block party on Owensboro Apollo.

Caldwell County (10-5-2) has several effective scoring weapons capable of going off at any moment, and on Tuesday evening in Princeton, the Lady Tigers got 10 goals from eight different players in a 10-0 mercy rule win over Christian County in 75 minutes at Butler Stadium.

Perseverance. It was the only word head coach Tanner Reed could use to describe Caldwell County's fourth win of the 2019 season after surpassing everyone's expectations.

The Lady Lyons looked to get back to .500 as the playoffs approach, but fell to Paducah Tilghman on Tuesday in Eddyville by a score of 4-1 on senior night in their final home match. Lyon County lost their fifth straight, and their eighth in nine games. They've scored just 15 goals in their l…

At the cost of losing star quarterback Erick Marinelli to graduation last season, Ballard Memorial has simply not been able to find new footing this season.

The Caldwell County Middle School Tiger teams are making waves consistently; most recently with a 38-6 win from the eighth-grade team over McCracken County and a 32-12 win by the seventh-grade team back on Sept. 12.

Joey McCaslin was named District 3 committee member of the year at the Ducks Unlimited State Convention held at Lake Barkley Resort in March. District 3 includes Caldwell, Lyon, Union, Crittenden, Coal Field (Madisonville), and Pond River (Muhlenberg).

Even in their first loss since Sept. 3 against Fort Campbell, these Caldwell County Lady Tigers (8-5-2) are making noise that is being heard all around the second region.

Lyon County's (6-8) shot at redemption fell just short on Monday night at Lee S. Jones Park in a contest that lasted nearly two and a half hours, but when the Lady Lyons walked off the field, there wasn't a low-hanging head in sight.

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On Friday night at Tiger Stadium in Princeton, Caldwell County senior Kaylan Grimes was crowned as the 2019 Homecoming Queen before the Homecoming game between the Tigers and Union County.

In their fourth straight home game at Butler Stadium, the Lady Tigers (7-4-2) pulled away convincingly with a 3-1 triumph over Hopkins County Central on Tuesday night in a District 7 game to become the No. 2 seed in next months tournament.

Maybe a four-day break was just what the Caldwell County Lady Tigers (13-6) needed after spending so much time on the volleyball court in recent weeks.