Sports

Lindsey’s Moeller signs with L.A. Force

By Morgan Holmes Staff Writer Former Blue Raider Spencer Moeller continues to live his dream of playing professional soccer, having recently signed with and played for the Los Angeles Force of t he National Independent Soccer Association. Moeller came to Lindsey in 2016 after a year at each at Memphis and Monmouth. While he described…

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Tribe falls at Taylor; Casey game to be moved

By Drew Bergman Editor The ACHS Indians rolled into Taylor County Friday night looking for a game. Then they did the same thing Saturday afternoon. It wasn’t COVID-19 that delayed the matchup, it was persistent cloud-to-cloud lightning which, having already delayed the contest an hour, soon gave way to a torrent of rain.      Despite the…

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Three Lady Indians recognized at district championship

                          Photos by Gerard Flanagan, The Lebanon Enterprise This past Wednesday night three Lady Indians were recognized at the District 20 volleyball championship. Junior Kiara Collins was named to the District 20 All-Academic Team, sophomore Gracelynn Akin was named to the District 20…

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Lady Indians open 2020 with a win at Caverna

By Drew Bergman Contributor Contact sports returned to Adair County this week as the volleyball team kicked off their season with a two-set win over Caverna 25-10, 25-9. The Lady Indians started out hot with Rachel Long notching three of her team-leading eight aces on her first serve. The Lady Indians built up a 6-0…

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Seniors look to power Tribe

By Drew Bergman Contributor Tomorrow night the Adair County High School Indians will travel up the road to Edmonton to face the Metcalfe County Hornets and complete a journey the team has been working toward since last November. Following the team’s district playoff loss at Glasgow, head coach Van Isaac said that he wished the…

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Improvements in time for start of season

By Drew Bergman Contributor When baseball resumes this Monday at Joe Johnson Park, players, officials, family, and friends will be greeted by revamped grounds and brand-new scoreboards. “The facelift that you see out there is of course thanks to the city to have the funds available for it,” said Adair County Little League President Jacob…

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JSP Outdoors opens its doors

By Drew Bergman Contributor This past Saturday JSP Outdoors hosted the grand opening of their new shop at 7393 Campbellsville Road, just past Cane Valley Road. By noon of that opening owner Jeff Pennington was already restocking some of their live bait supplies. “That’s not a bad problem to have,” he said from the road.…

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KHSAA cancels dead period, issues guidelines

By Drew Bergman Contributor This past Thursday the KHSAA Board of Control voted 13-5 to eliminate the traditional summer dead period from the 2020 KHSAA schedule. The two-week period was eliminated in consideration of the fact that high school sports in the Commonwealth have already been on a dead period since the KHSAA suspended all…

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