With Kayla Smith on the bench with an ankle injury and Whitney Belle Jackson on the bench after fouling out of the game early in the fourth quarter, Alisha Mitchell put the Lady Tigers on her back and willed them to a 61 – 40 victory over the Lady Aces of Owensboro Catholic in the opening round of the 2011 Sweet Sixteen Tournament.
George Gilligan Curry Murdered? A person that says they witnessed the killing of George has come forward
WARNING: This is a very disturbing story!
Brenda Curry was alarmed by the ominous sound of a gunshot echoing in the Curry Branch hills Monday afternoon, she had just been calling for her beloved pet, 9 month old rat fiest, George Gilligan. George has been missing since wandering out of the Curry field earlier that afternoon.
A person claiming to have witnessed the murder of George has now come forward and according to their statement, the defenseless puppy was gunned down by a neighbor man.
A legendary figure, Col. Sizemore is a veteran of World War II and over the course of his colorful career, has been a school teacher, served as High Sheriff of Clay County, Kentucky and owned and published newspapers in Kentucky and Tennessee.
During his four years as high sheriff of Clay County, Kentucky, T.C. made history by destroying more than 500 moonshine stills.
The following article is a riveting account of Col. Sizemore's battle with the moonshiners of Clay County, Kentucky.
For the third consecutive season, the Clay County Lady Tigers are the 13th Region Champions. This year’s Championship came by way of a 40 – 30 win over the South Laurel Lady Cardinals.
The Lady Tigers (26 – 6) will take on Owensboro Catholic (27 – 7) this Thursday night in the opening round of the Sweet Sixteen Tournament at E.A. Diddle Arena in Bowling Green.
The Tigers basketball season came to an end Saturday afternoon with a disappointing 56 – 51 overtime loss to the defending 13th Region Champion Corbin Redhounds at the Arena in Corbin.