WSIP Sports 8-21-2017


H.S. Football

Friday Scores

East Carter 36 at Magoffin County 6  
Floyd Central 28 at Harlan 12  
Knott County Central 24 at Lynn Camp 20  
Paintsville 41 at Estill County 14  
Perry County Central 64 at McCreary Central 58 (Four overtimes)
Pikeville 51 vs. Holy Cross (Covington) 14  
Rowan County 54 at Morgan County 36  
Shelby Valley 66 vs. Jenkins 0  
Sheldon Clark 26 at Betsy Layne 24  

Saturday Scores

Harlan County 49 vs. Ashland Blazer 28  
Raceland 35 vs. Lawrence County 19  

H.S. Boys Soccer


Rowan County - at Ashland Blazer - 6:00 PM
Oneida Baptist Institute - at Pikeville - 6:00 PM

H.S. Girls Soccer


Boyd County - at Huntington, WV - 7:00 PM
Pike County Central - at Lawrence County - 6:00 PM
Breathitt County - at Prestonsburg - 6:30 PM
Hazard - at Shelby Valley - 6:30 PM

H.S. Volleyball


Phelps - at Betsy Layne - 6:00 PM
Prestonsburg - at East Ridge - 6:00 PM
Russell - at Lawrence County - 7:00 PM

UK Football

A piece of bad news from Saturday’s UK Football scrimmage, as Senior Wide Receiver Dorian Baker sustained a “substantial” ankle injury. An update on his status will follow later this week, but Baker could miss the entire 2017 season. Baker becomes the 2nd major injury for a projected UK starter, as Sr. Cole Mosier was lost to a knee injury last week.

Cincinnati Reds

Tyler Flowers' grand slam broke open a close game in Atlanta's six-run fifth inning, Sean Newcomb earned his first home win and the Braves beat the Cincinnati Reds 8-1 on Sunday. Newcomb (2-7) allowed five hits in five scoreless innings for his first victory since June 27 at San Diego. The rookie left-hander improved to 1-6 in eight starts at SunTrust Park. The Braves led 2-0 before the big fifth against Reds reliever Drew Storen. Atlanta scored four runs in the inning before Storen got his first out. Brandon Phillips singled and moved to third on Freddie Freeman's ground-rule double. An intentional walk to Nick Markakis loaded the bases before Flowers' homer to left field. Phillips and Freeman each had three hits for Atlanta. The Reds were denied their first series sweep in Atlanta since 2009. Storen gave up six runs while getting only two outs. The Reds have Today off before opening up a 3 game series at Home vs. the Chicago Cubs.

Cincinnati Bengals

The Cincinnati Bengals made cuts Sunday, following their 30-12 loss to Kansas City Saturday night. The team released the names of three players that were released or waived, including former Kentucky running back, Boom Williams. Williams signed a free-agent contract with the Bengals in April after going undrafted. Boom led UK in rushing in each of his three seasons as a Wildcat and ended his Kentucky career with his best season to date with 1,170 rushing yards and seven touchdowns in 2016.

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