In high school football week 4, the Pike County Central Hawks outscored the Letcher County Central Cougars 20-7 in the 2nd half to get the 34-21 victory over LCC.
The Cougars fall to 2-2 with the loss and will now be back at Cougar Field this Friday night to take on the Sheldon Clark Cardinals, who come in winless at 0-3.
The Jenkins Cavaliers return to action Friday night and lost to Clinton County at home 46-6. The Cavaliers are now 1-2 and will be on the road at South Floyd this Friday night at 7:30.
In other games Friday:
Belfry beat Southwesten 38-27
Harlan County gives Knox Central its first loss, winning big 48-13.
Hazard over Somerset in a good one 32-28
Johnson Central beat Perry Central 53-7
Lawrence County over Breathitt County 48-26
Knott County Central is 2-1 as they beat South Floyd 48-26
Paintsville beat Shelby Valley 44-38 in OT.
Middlesboro over Bell County 28-14 in a game that started Friday night and finished on Saturday due to a power failure.
Whitley County lost to Rockcastle County 28-9.
The Letcher County Central Lady Cougars Soccer Team has won 3 in a row after shutting out North Laurel 2-0 on Saturday at home. They are now 7-2 overall and will face Hazard next on the road this Thursday at 6:00pm, part of a boys/girls doubleheader.
The Cougar Boys Soccer Team is also 7-2 and will play at Perry County Central this Tuesday at 7:00pm and then at Hazard at 7:30pm Thursday.
The Letcher County Central Lady Cougar Volleyball team will next play Harlan at home tonight at 6:00pm and at Johnson Central Thursday at 7:30pm.
The Letcher County Central Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams ran in the Southern Harrier Invitational at Somerset in Pulaski County on Saturday.
The Cougars ran against a field of 12 teams including three state ranked teams in Pulaski County, Wayne County, and DeSales.
Boys Varsity placed third behind Pulaski and Wayne County defeating DeSales and Harlan County. The team was led by Trevor Wayne and Dylan Burton both young men receiving Medals.
Senior Leanna Bryant and Sophomore Alley Dameron both medaled in the Girls Varsity race.
Freshmen Grayson Collier won the JV Race and the JV boys placed 2nd behind Harlan County and were led by Freshmen Skyler Yonts.
The Letcher County Central Cougar JV Football team will play Perry County Central tonight at 6:00pm at home.
Tonight on 103.9 The Bulldog at 6:00pm, it's the Coach Mark Stoops Show, followed by Big Blue Sports Weekly with Dick Gabriel.
The Cats lost to Louisville on Saturday 27-13 and will have an off week this Saturday. They will resume play on September 28th against Florida.
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