Friday, March 24, 2017

Tom Posey on SportsTalk

Mason County baseball coach Tom Posey was my guest on SportsTalk this morning. Here is a link to the podcast

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Mason County Royals baseball roster

 1 Jantzen Smith Sr.
 2 Luke Morgan Sr.
 3 Tanner Pitakis Sr,
 4 Matthew Barnes Fr.
 5 Malkolm Devine Jr.
 6 Zane Sanders Fr.
 7 Nick Frame Soph.
 8 Will Porter Sr.
 9 Carson Brammer Fr.
10 Landon Prather  Soph.
11.Nicholas Bramel Soph.
12 Scottie Muse Jr.
13 Jkari Gause Jr.
14 Dylan Mitchell Fr.
15 Braden May Fr.
18 Zach Hunt Sr.
20 Landon Bowling Fr.
22 Zach Drury Jr.
24 Nick Nelson Sr.
25 Jared Collins Soph.
31 Hunter Hill Sr.
32 Jerran Jones Sr.
38 Tyler Stice 8th
39 Tyler Fearis Fr.
40 Braden Porter 8th
41 Asher Braughton 8th
44 David Selby Soph,

Head Coach
16 Tom Posey

Assistant Coaches
19 Gerald Foister
28 Brian Devine
29 David Mitchell
30 Keegan Burney
35 Gary Fearis

Monday, March 20, 2017

Pairings set for 2018 10th All "A" Classic

One day after the 2016-17 basketball season ended, the draw for the 2018 10th Region All "A" Classic was held.

Nicholas County will host the tournament. Here is the schedule:

Friday, January 5
Robertson County vs. Silver Grove
Girls 6:00, Boys 7:30

Saturday, January 6
St. Patrick vs. Augusta
Girls 11:00, Boys 12:30

Bracken County vs. Paris
Girls 2:00, Boys 3:30

Calvary Christian vs. Bishop Brossart
Girls 5:00, Boys 6:30

Monday, January 8
Nicholas Co. vs. Robertson County/Silver Grove winner
Girls 6:00, Boys 7:30

Wednesday , January 10
Upper bracket semifinals
Girls 6:00, Boys 7:30

Thursday, January 11
Lower bracket semifinals
Girls 6:00, Boys 7:30

Saturday, January 13
Championship games
Girls 6:00, Boys 7:30

Friday, March 17, 2017

Kevin Pickrell on Sports Talk

Eastern Brown Lady Warriors Basketball Coach Kevin Pickrell was my guest on Sports Talk this morning. Here is a link to the podcast

Monday, March 13, 2017

Mike Vacik signs with Kentucky Wesleyan

Mason County senior Mike Vacik signed today to play football at Kentucky Wesleyan College, an NCAA Division II school in Owensboro.

Vacik chose Kentucky Wesleyan over Lindsey Wilson College.

"I loved it; the coaches were really nice," Vacik said about his visit to Kentucky Wesleyan.

He will major in biology with a minor in English and hopes to attend medical school after college.

Vacik played a number of positions on the offensive and defensive lines for Mason County and was the Royals' long snapper.

Vacik will look to play defensive end for Kentucky Wesleyan since the Panthers have a lot of returning players on the offensive line.

Vaick hit the weight room after transferring to Mason County from Kansas before his junior season. He holds the Mason County record in the squat at 545 pounds.

Mason County coach Jonathan Thomas said Vacik was "a tireless worker, very athletic for his size, very strong."

Thomas said Vacik "put in a ton of work in the weight room. So, you know, anything that he's going to get from here on out, he definitely deserves because he's definitely put the work in."

Friday, March 10, 2017

Tim Sullivan on SportsTalk

Cooper basketball coach Tim Sullivan was my guest on SportsTalk this morning. Sullivan. a former head coach at St. Patrick and a former assistant coach at Mason County, guided Cooper to the 9th Region championship Monday night.

Here is a link to the podcast

Thursday, March 09, 2017

10th Region Girls Basketball Coaches Association 2017 Hall of Fame class

The 10th Region Girls Basketball Coaches Association has announced its 2017 Hall of Fame class:

Velma Jordan, Clark County
Natalie Tubbs, Paris
Courtney Danis, Montgomery County
Judy Henry, Paris
Samantha Carver, Fleming County
Melissa Isenberg, Fleming County
Rebecca Arnold, Fleming County
Libby Purcell, Harrison County
Lynne Green, Maysville 

Mike Kenny, Nicholas County
Lisa Mitchell, Deming