Girls' 11th Region: Henry Clay wins physical semifinal

Girls' 11th Region: Henry Clay wins physical semifinal
RICHMOND — T'Laya Lyvers delivered a big fourth quarter to spark Henry Clay past Lafayette 45-37 in the girls' 11th Region semifinals in a showdown of top 10 teams Saturday night. The Blue Devils' 18th consecutive victory earned them a spot in the …
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Theater Review: 'Down the Moonlit Path' a Sensational, Interpersonal Stage

Theater Review: 'Down the Moonlit Path' a Sensational, Interpersonal Stage
CHICAGO – The power of creativity, and the risk of live theater, is all on display through Nothing Without a Company's latest amazing journey, “Down the Moonlit Path.” The interactive stage experience refreshes the soul and realizes the joy of life.
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Girls' high school basketball: Henry Clay routs Tates Creek 74-29
Tates Creek's Shaytara Wilson, center, scrambled for a loose ball with Henry Clay's Nakeisha Green, right, as Henry Clay played Tates Creek on Friday December 12, 2014 in Lexington, Ky. Photo by Mark Cornelison | Staff HERALD-LEADER |Buy Photo …
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Nothing Without a Company's DOWN THE MOONLIT PATH to Open April 17
The cast features: Emily Duke, Mari DeOleo, Akua Sarhene, Heather L. Jencks, Nora Lise Ulraey, Taylor Dariarow, Tobi Mattingly, Valerie Lyvers, Wanda Jin, Connor Baty, D?von Roberts, Josh Mattingly, Kevin Bensley, Franco Steeves, Reginald Vaughn, and …
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High school basketball highlights: Dunbar boys knock off No. 7 Manual

High school basketball highlights: Dunbar boys knock off No. 7 Manual
T'Laya Lyvers led the Blue Devils with 12 points, 11 rebounds and four steals. The Generals' Ashanti Thomas had 18 points and 10 rebounds while teammate Dee Givens was held to five points. • Gabby Bowie scored 26 points, grabbed 15 rebounds and …
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Court report: April 20, 2015
Aclister Mock, alcohol intoxication in a public place and second-degree disorderly conduct – guilty – 10-day sentence and $ 193 fine and costs. Anthony Dale Simpson, second-degree promoting contraband – guilty – 30-day sentence. Jason Lynn Thornberry …
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Girls: Fourth-quarter rally gives Henry Clay 57-51 win over Woodford County

Girls: Fourth-quarter rally gives Henry Clay 57-51 win over Woodford County
Henry Clay spent much of the game without the services of Carter and T'laya Lyvers due to foul trouble. Each picked up a fourth foul midway through the third quarter. "During that time, it was really our experience, our leadership," Sanford said. "Our …
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Girls' 42nd District finals: Henry Clay girls beat Scott County for district
T'Laya Lyvers, a junior whom Sanford considers the player of the year in the 11th Region, had 11 points, eight rebounds and three steals. Destiny Carter, a senior, added 10 points. "Those three have spearheaded our team all year," Sanford said.
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High school basketball: Girls' 11th Region shapes up as 3-team race
Henry Clay Coach Eric Sanford likes his team's chances because of its talent, including seniors Destiny Carter and Kennedy Coney, and junior T'Laya Lyvers. The Devils probably have the deepest bench in the region, and it also has the experience of …
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65 charged in latest drug roundup
Charges against 65 people in the Wilkes Sheriff's Office's latest drug roundup were announced Tuesday by Wilkes Sheriff Chris Shew. As has been the case with his office's other recent drug roundups, said Shew, most of the charges involve the illegal …
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High school hoops highlights: No. 8 Bryan Station boys rally past Woodford
Bryan Station's boys basketball team trailed by as many as 16 points, but were able to rally in the fourth quarter to defeat Woodford County 58-55 in Versailles. The Yellowjackets' lead was at 11 going into the final period before the Defenders, tied …
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