July 2017 Articles


RHS softball awards presented for 2017

Posted on July 26, 2017 2:47 PM

Russellville High School Softball held its awards banquet for the 2017 season Tuesday. The team was coached by Calvin Head, who is now on the faculty of Bowling Green High School. His assistant, Ryan Davenport, is the new head coach of the Lady Panthers.. The following awards were presented: Most ...

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Logan County Volleyball Alumni Match set Aug. 5

By Jim Turner

Posted on July 18, 2017 12:03 AM

The coaching staff has seen few changes, but the players have matured and moved on during the 17-year history of Logan County Lady Cougar Volleyball. Those former players are being invited to a special reunion in a couple of weeks that doubles as a fundraiser for the current team. All Lady Cougar a...

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Stansbury adds veteran assistant coaches

By Zach Greenwell

Posted on July 12, 2017 11:15 PM

WKU men’s basketball head coach Rick Stansbury announced Wednesday the hiring of Marc Hsu and Nikita Johnson as assistant coaches. “We’re excited to have Marc and Nikita join our program,” Stansbury said. “I’ve known Nikita for a long time, back from hi...

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Hot Rods win seventh straight game

By Andy Cohen

Posted on July 9, 2017 7:57 AM

The Bowling Green Hot Rods increased their season-long win streak to seven games with a 5-0 win over the Great Lake Loons on Saturday night at Bowling Green Ballpark. On the pitching side, the Hot Rods got another dominant start from knuckleballer Chris Pike (W, 2-2). Pike tossed five scoreless inn...

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Hot Rods win Fourth of July sellout

By Alex Cohen

Posted on July 4, 2017 11:53 PM

In front of a sold out crowd of 6,028 fans, the Bowling Green Hot Rods celebrated July 4 appropriately with a 5-2 series-opening win against the Dayton Dragons at Bowling Green Ballpark on Tuesday night. Much like the two previous games, the Hot Rods got a gem from their starting pitcher....

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Sports Connections abound for Logan and Russellville

By Jim Turner

Posted on July 4, 2017 10:27 PM

One of the primary truths legendary Kentucky journalist Al Smith taught me about journalism is simple: There’s always a Logan County Connection. Look hard enough and you can find it. Anyone who has read my writings or listened to my reports over the last 46 years can attest to my sticking to ...

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