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UC Women’s Wrestling Represented at University World Team Trials

The University of the Cumberlands Women’s Wrestling program has shown immense growth since it began in 1998. The program started as an idea by former UC President Dr. Jim Taylor, when he placed an article in former Men’s Wrestling Head Coach Jess Wilder’s mailbox, about a...
Posted On 29 Mar 2016
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UC lacrosse teams begin inaugural seasons with wins

The University of the Cumberlands UC Men’s Lacrosse team opened up their inaugural season on the road in Appalachian Athletic Conference play on Friday, February 19, at Montreat College in Montreat, NC.
Posted On 22 Feb 2016
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In her own words: CHS cheerleader Abbey Norvell talks about becoming a national champion

If you looked inside the News Journal’s February 10 sports section you probably noticed the full-color page congratulating the Corbin High School cheerleading team on recently becoming national champions. The CHS cheer squad won their first-ever national title over the weekend at...
Posted On 11 Feb 2016
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Corbin swimmers showing great potential in year three; Region meet set to take place next week

The Corbin swim team is enjoying continued success in its third year of existence, with several swimmers on track to appear at the KHSAA state championship meet in Louisville later this month.
Posted On 02 Feb 2016
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Brown becomes first Reelin’ Redhound to receive college scholarship for bass fishing

On Monday, November 30 Corbin High School angler Matt Brown signed on to attend classes and fish competitively for Bryan College in Tennessee. He is the first from Corbin to even sign a scholarship to fish at the collegiate level.
Posted On 01 Dec 2015
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Full speed ahead: UC lacrosse running, sticks in hand, toward inaugural season in 2016

The University of the Cumberlands men’s and women’s lacrosse teams are readying themselves for their inaugural seasons in 2016.
Posted On 29 Sep 2015
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Local man overcomes life-threatening heart condition, places in body building competition

Nathan Smith was always interested in body building. He considered it a stress reliever, and said that he always had an interest inpursuing it competitively. That is, until receiving a pacemaker derailed his plans.
Posted On 06 May 2015
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In a League of Her Own

If you knew nothing about 13-year-old (almost 14) Jaine Stephens, there is a good chance you may not be able to guess her sport of choice after you first see her. At just over 100 pounds, this eighth grader at Whitley County Middle School may not be the most intimidating figure...
Posted On 06 Jan 2015
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