by Andrew Hatton CVT Sports Writer Following their narrow victory over Bath County, the Lady Engineers took down Breathitt County and West Carter to finish off week one with three wins. Estill defeated the Lady Cats 9-1 on the road on Tuesday, before returning home to edge out the Lady Comets, 4-3. Estill’s trip to […]
Estill County Boy’s Golf Team finished fifth in their 16th annual high school invitational on August 6. Although the team is mainly middle school kids, they show no signs of fear going up against some of the best teams in the state of Kentucky. The invitational consisted of 18 high school teams from all over […]
If you are a female or have a daughter who plays sports, you should be aware of an alarming statistic – one out of every 100 high school and one out of every 10 collegiate female athletes will suffer a serious knee injury this year. Marcum & Wallace Hospital became a Certified Clinical Site for […]
For the fifth year in a row, the Estill County Engineer softball team is heading to the state tournament. Last week tthe Estill County Lady ‘Neers clinched the 14th Region title in tournament play in Hazard. McKeely Muncie was named 14th Region Most Valuable Player following her shut-out of Perry Central. Muncie struck out nine, […]
Jenna Edwards is a member of the Kentucky Christian University Softball Team. She was recently named Freshman Player of the Year in the AII conference of the NAIA last night. She attended Estill County High School her freshman and sophomore years in high school and finished her high school career at George Rogers Clark. Jenna’s […]
Recently a baseball team made up of 13 and under boys from several surrounding counties traveled to Gulf Shores Alabama to play in a tournament made up of teams from Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Florida and Kentucky. The Outlaws, led by Coach Ingram, entered the tourney on Saturday, winning both the games they played. The next […]
The Estill County Middle School boys baseball team went up against Rockcastle County Friday night. Though they lost in the first game, the ECMS boys came back to beat Rockcastle County in the second game of the night. Their next home game will be Friday, March 25, against Caudill.
For the 7th year in a row, the ECHS Varsity Cheerleaders have brought home another KHSAA District Champ Title. They competed in in-game competition February 23.
by Andrew Hatton CVT Sports Writer The Engineers fell to Powell County in the 56th District Basketball Championship on Friday night, 61-45. Estill reached the title game after defeating Lee County in the semifinal matchup by a score of 79-64. Estill’s ticket to the championship game was punched following a convincing win over the […]
by Andrew Hatton CVT Sports Writer The Estill County Girls’ basketball team was eliminated from post-season play on Monday night, falling to Lee County by a score of 44-51. The loss was the Lady Engineers’ second in three games to the Lady Kats. After leading early and through most of the third quarter, Estill was […]