Preservation Kentucky will host the second annual Preservation Pedal: A Bike Tour of Historic Danville, Boyle and Mercer Counties on Saturday, July 7.
This year, the Pedal will feature four historic bicycle tour options. The challenging 60-mile ride will begin at 8:30 a.m. The 42- and 24-mile rides will start at 8:45 a.m. A slower led tour of downtown Danville will begin at 10 a.m. and is intended for novice and occasional riders. Advance registration is requested at www.preservationpedal.org.
Recent LaRue County High School graduate Wesley Kessinger signed to play baseball at Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia. Front from left, Ricky Kessinger, father; Wesley Kessinger; Mary Kessinger, mother; back, Lindsey Wilson Assistant Coach Mike Mantooth.
iHigh.com to provide live coverage of State Championship
iHigh.com will provide live video and photos online, free of charge, for the Kentucky National Insurance/KHSAA Baseball State Championship. Go to KHSAA.tv to view live coverage, video replays, video highlights, and photos of this year’s tournament.
Three sluggers from the Major League Nationals team had homeruns Friday night in their game against the Yankees. Ty Morris and Brandon Cecil had back-to-back homeruns in the first inning on the first two pitches, while Briar Holt had a grand slam in the third inning knocking Morris, Cecil, and Chase Puyear in. The Nationals won the game 13-3.
The Buffalo High School cheerleaders of 1952 will celebrate their 60th reunion on June 23. They are, from left, Yvonne R. Nallia, Imogene B. Dedman, Bonnie R. Hibbs, Della C. Thomas and Nola S. Petterson.
Members of the Hawks Track and Field Team are front from left, Dalton Lawson, Raymundo Perez, Justin Davis, Austin Parrish; back, Coach Drew Simpson, Trevor Wallace, Jackson Venegas, Larry Mullins, Cody Thompson, Adam Sandidge and Randy Young.
The LaRue County Hawks ended their season as region runners-up after losing 4-2 Saturday to the Central Hardin Bruins.
Senior Derek Westerfield launched a two-run home run in the top of the seventh inning to lift the Bruins to victory over the Hawks in the 5th Region Baseball Tournament championship at Elizabethtown’s Ron Myers Field.
The LaRue County Hawks lost the championship round of the 5th Region Baseball Tournament 4-2 to the Central Hardin Bruins.
Central's Derek Westerfield hit a two-run homer in the seventh inning to take the lead.
The game, postponed twice due to inclement weather, was played Saturday in Elizabethtown.