His first two years at Kentucky he played in all 26 games but linebacker Kash Daniel really was not much more than just a special teams player.

During the late February national football signing period Kentucky added only one player -- Pennsylvania cornerback M.J. Devonshire. Kentucky coach Mark Stoops said then that Devonshire had "great size, great speed" with the versatility to play either offense or defense.

Student-athlete participation in Kentucky High School Athletic Association sports and sport-activities reached record levels in 2018-19 as 106,931 rostered participants competed across the KHSAA's 13 sports and six sport-activities -- surpassing last year's then-record total of 106,241. Thir…


The scorebook was full with the results of the Dawson Springs vs. West Hopkins game on Monday. The eighth-grade Panther girls won 31-12. Every player was able to take the court.

After having Thursday night’s game canceled because of the first snow day of the school year, the Dawson Springs seventh and eighth grade basketball teams traveled to Lyon County on Friday. The Panthers came home with a pair of defeats.

Dawson Springs Youth Basketball will have sign-ups from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday at Panther Gym. Forms were sent home through Dawson Springs Independent Schools this week. Completed forms and fees can be turned in at sign ups or to Planters Bank in Dawson Springs.

Dawson Springs High School’s girls basketball team will take part in the West Kentucky Hoops Classic Dec. 27-28.

Runners from the Dawson Springs High School cross country teams have earned All Area 1 honors.


School winners from Kentucky for the 2018 Wendy’s High School Heisman Award have been announced.

Kentucky signee Dontaie Allen knows shooting is what he does best — and what Kentucky coach John Calipari obviously liked about the 6-6 Pendleton County senior.


Dawson Springs Middle School eighth grade girls basketball team traveled to Christian Fellowship on Tuesday, Oct. 23, and came home with a loss. The Eagles won 35-29. Abby Ward led with 12 points. Brooklyn Clark, 7. Macy Drennan, 6. Natalee Oldham and Maddie Back, 2.


The Dawson Springs High School cross country team had a chance to meet up with former Panther runners when it competed on Saturday at the Fast Cats Classic on Saturday at Yellow Creek Park in Owensboro.