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There’s something about taking on Bourbon County that brings out the most prolific scoring nights of Nick Mosby’s blossoming boys’ basketball career at Scott County.

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Would've, could've and should've remain the buzzwords for Scott County boys' basketball, which took a fresh opponent on a few hours' notice Friday but fell victim to many of the same pitfalls that have plagued the first two weeks of the season.

The last city basketball team to play a game this season was the first (and still only) team to win one. And the Great Crossing girls completed that sweep with an offensive flair that makes them must-see TV this winter, if you're not one of the fortunate few permitted to view it in person.

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Georgetown College men's basketball produced its lowest point total and suffered its largest margin of defeat in at least 15 years Saturday in a 88-48 trouncing at the hands of Thomas More.

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Great Crossing erased most of a 17-point deficit in the second half and threw another scare into an 11th Region contender before dropping a 71-66 decision Saturday night to Madison Central in its boys' basketball home opener.

When you graduate four generational talents in three years, responsible for roughly 8,000 combined points, four consecutive district championships and two region titles, the starts, stops and delays of a pandemic are bound to hit you a little harder than they throw off everyone else.

Scott County sports fans can still enjoy their usual seat in the stands during a basketball game this season in the form of a cardboard cutout of themselves.

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The boys' basketball season for Great Crossing began Tuesday night with a West Jessamine dunk and continued with a layup that started the spiral to a 24-point halftime deficit on the road in Nicholasville.

New challenges of everyday life aren't making the age-old ruggedness of the Mid-South Conference any easier to navigate for Georgetown College women's basketball.

Dates, location and times are almost guaranteed to change during this fluid, frazzled chapter of history, but the valiant attempt to play a 2020-21 high school basketball season begins this week.

Four individual players and all four varsity teams earned preseason plaudits from The Cats' Pause 2020-21 Kentucky Basketball Yearbook, which appeared on newsstands during the holiday season.

One day after being hailed as the first all-state football player in Great Crossing High School history, Kalib Perry's college stock continued to rise with his fifth NCAA Division I scholarship offer.

There was only one high school field house and one varsity baseball team in the county at the time, and Seth Benner's first workout as an eighth-grader convinced all the coaches he'd be an impact player before too many more springs came and went.

Eastern Kentucky University women’s golf has landed two of the state’s recent high school stars, including one of Georgetown’s all-time greats by way of transfer.

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The penalty for one road loss — quite common and usually considered forgivable in the Mid-South Conference — was steep for the Georgetown College men’s basketball program when the first regular season coaches’ poll was released this week.

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Great Crossing High School senior bowler Austin Mullannix signed a national letter of intent Saturday, Dec. 12 to continue his career at Midway University. The event was held at Southland Bowling Lanes in Lexington. Mullannix was joined at the table by his father, Michael Mullannix, left, an…