Fall 2013 Guest List

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Below are the confirmed guests for the fall 2013 sports season! We are very excited to have so many commitments! Hope you’re as pumped as we are….great radio to come and it all begins August 22nd!

Whitley County

John Blend, University of the Cumberlands Football Head Coach

Tim Bargo, University of the Cumberlands Football Chaplin

Gary Peters, Williamsburg Athletic Director

Brad Harris, Corbin Boy’s Golf Head Coach

Tyler Harris, Corbin Cross Country Head Coach

Erik Steeley, Corbin Girl’s Soccer Head Coach

Liberty Roberts, Corbin Volleyball Head Coach

Greg Duncum, Corbin Football assistant coach

Tony Pietrowski, Corbin Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Brent Jackson, Corbin Middle Head Football Coach (Feeder Program series)

Jimmy Hendrickson, Corbin Middle Basketball Coach (Feeder Program series)

Les Dixon, Corbin Times-Tribune Newspaper Sports Editor

Allen Bonnell, CenterShot Archery Ministries (Immanuel Baptist of Corbin)

Jeff Sparks, The Lion’s Chase Obstacle Race (Central Baptist of Corbin)


Knox County

Tommy Reid, Union College Football Head Coach

Dustin Adams, Union college Student Life Director

Phil Russell, Lynn Camp Football Head Coach

Scott Russell, Knox Central Football Head Coach

Brian Evans, Knox Central Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Darin Mills, Knox Central Women’s Basketball Head Coach

Andrea Hillard, Barbourville Women’s Basketball Head Coach

Jeff Canady, Knox Central Athletic Director

Scott Payne, Barbourville Youth Soccer

Tim Branstetter, Mountain Advocate Newspaper Sports Editor


Laurel County

Chris Larkey, North Laurel Football Head Coach

Brad Sizemore, North Laurel Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Eddie Mahan, North Laurel Women’s Basketball Head Coach

James Butcher, Radio Voice for North & South Laurel


Other-  Statewide

Brian Milliam, WKYT-TV Sports Anchor

Earl Owens, WYMT-TV Sports Announcer

Norm Haney, The Sports Guys, 1340 WBGN Bowling Green Radio

Wayne Mills, Bell County Football Head Coach

Bart Elam, Pineville Football Head Coach

Chris Jones, Fall Road Runners President & Marathon Runner

Jocelyn Sams, The Life of a Coaches Wife (Sports Jobs series)

Rick Jones, Former Kentucky Mr. Basketball


Other – National

*Hal Mumme, Former University of Kentucky football head coach

*In conjunction with CoachXO.Com

Eddie Canalas, Gridiron Heros Foundation

Cherelle Lampkins, MTV’s Made – Volleyball Edition

Sam Pennington, USA Today Football Contributor & SouthernGameDay.Com

Kelly Combs, Athletes in Action sports ministry

Matt Mahoney, College Sports Radio Broadcaster

Todd Davis, WhereToWatch.Com CEO

Adam Young, Gateway Grizzles & SIU Edwardsville (Sports Jobs Series)

Monday Morning Quarterback for July 22nd, 2013

Lefty wins his 5th Major!!

Lefty 2013 title

Phil Mickelson, 5 strokes behind going into Sunday, shot a 66 in his final round (his best round ever on a Sunday of a Major), to take the 2013 British Open title with a score of 281 (-3), beating Henrik Stenson, who finished 3 shots behind at even par 284.  This is Lefty’s 5th Major title to go along with his 3 Master’s titles and a PGA title.  Mickelson shines as he finishes of the round with 4 birdies over the final six holes, while contenders such as 3rd round leader, Lee Westwood, Adam Scott and Tiger Woods all faltered on Sunday.

It was the 43rd win of Mickelson’s PGA Tour career. As for Tiger Woods, he has now gone 17 majors without a victory.


Woods is still stuck at 14 major titles, four behind all-time leader Jack Nicklaus who owns 18 major titles.

The top ten finishers in this year’s championship:









1 Phil Mickelson -3 69 74 72 66 281
2 Henrik Stenson E 70 70 74 70 284
T3 Ian Poulter +1 72 71 75 67 285
T3 Adam Scott +1 71 72 70 72 285
T3 Lee Westwood +1 72 68 70 75 285
T6 Hideki Matsuyama +2 71 73 72 70 286
T6 Zach Johnson +2 66 75 73 72 286
T6 Tiger Woods +2 69 71 72 74 286
T9 Francesco Molinari +3 69 74 72 72 287
T9 Hunter Mahan +3 72 72 68 75 287

Message board website for Kentucky high school sports fans

If you are looking for a website with message boards for the kentucky high school sports fan, then take a look at BluegrassPreps.com.  Right now, the site is offering a free trial membership until August.  Check it out today!!


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