The Woodford County High School swimming and diving team closed its season with four school record-setting performances at the KHSAA Swimming and Diving Championships. The boys finished 14th in the te...

An abrupt coaching change before the season put the Woodford County High School wrestling team in an uncertain place. After Rusty Parks stepped down as head coach, assistant Travis Baney was tabbed as...

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EIGHTH-GRADE NIGHT: The Woodford County Middle School volleyball team’s eighth-graders played their final home game as Lady Tigers Thursday, Jan. 16. The Tigers defeated Georgetown. Pictured from left, Annabelle Raisor, Allian Nuckols, Savannah Marshall, Mariah Gilliam, Emma Mulvihill, Maddie Loveless, Catherine Dabney, Peyton Vanover and Addie Patterson. (Photo by Thomas Mims) 

When Jaron Brown came on as the Woodford County High School boys’ basketball coach, it was clear that his first season at the helm would be full of tests. The Yellow Jackets’ schedule was a gauntlet that put the team through the ringer. At times, the Jackets looked unsteady. WCHS began 1-5 before reeling off six straight wi...

February 26, 2020

Woodford County High School girls’ basketball Coach Erik Daniels has never been shy about, nor wavered on his goal for his Lady Yellow Jackets.
“The goal is a state championship,” he said at his introductory press conference in June.
Nothing has changed. Regardless of how Wednesday night’s 30th District semifinal contest wi...

Yellow Jacket boys enter postseason play on three-game losing streak

At its best, the Woodford County High School boys’ basketball team has been capable of beating almost any team in the state. Lately, the Yellow Jackets haven’t been their best.
Woodford County has dropped three straight games ahead of next week’s 30th Distr...

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GETTING SOME AIR: Versailles residents Trenton Simpson (427) and younger brother C.J. (937) both took victories at the Tri-State Arena Cross indoor motocross championships held at Mountain Health Arena in Huntington, W.Va. on February 1-2, 2020.   Each advanced through qualifying and took the checkered flag in their respective divisions. Trenton is a 2019 graduate of WCHS and C.J. is a student at WCMS; they are the sons of Scott and Michele Simpson of Versailles. (Photo by Jim Jarman, special to The Sun)

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