Brock finishes 2 strokes back, Hilton Head’s Azallion wins boys’ title

Brock finishes 2 strokes back, Hilton Head’s Azallion wins boys’ title
Dixon Flowers, of Sumter, and Trent Phillips, of Inman, tied for second with a 5-under 139. Carly Lyvers, of Simpsonville, held off a second-round surge by Greenwood’s Anna Grace Brock to win on the girls’ side, posting an even 72 to put her at 1-over 145 …
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Delta Sigma Phi: Frat Boys Lip Sync To Taylor Swift’s ‘Shake It Off’ – Watch

Delta Sigma Phi: Frat Boys Lip Sync To Taylor Swift’s ‘Shake It Off’ – Watch
Nailed it, bros!” she tweeted on September 12. Needless to say, the members of Delta Sigma Phi were thrilled. “This is quite simply the best day of my life. #wemadeit,” Daniel Lyvers tweeted. We would feel the same way, Daniel.
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AS Student Almost Expelled
13-year-old Forest Lyvers, who has Asperger Syndrome, is facing expulsion from a Mishawaka, Indiana middle school. As reported by WNDU on December 5th, Forest’s father, Glenn Lyvers, said that his son “made an inappropriate comment to his teacher.”
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No. 1 Elizabethtown girls fall; Madison Central boys stun No. 7 Trinity

No. 1 Elizabethtown girls fall; Madison Central boys stun No. 7 Trinity
No. 12 Mercy 65, No. 1 Elizabethtown 53: The Jaguars took the lead for good midway through the second quarter and went on to hand the top-ranked Panthers their first in-state loss of the season in the Louisville Invitational Tournament's quarterfinals …
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Saturday's Kentucky prep results
Totals: 23 10 60. Halftime: C 33-31. 3-pointers: D 4 (Buechel, Plitzuweit 3); C 5 (Connley 2, Scott, Cook, Hemmerich). Simon Kenton 63, Henry Clay 55. Henry Clay–D. Jackson 3 0 6, Lyvers 10 5 25, Thompson 2 3 8, J. Jackson 1 2 4, Woods 3 4 10, Green 1 …
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Graves, Daniel Lynn (Delano)
He is survived by his wife, Theresa Graves of Delano; four children, Tammy Melchert of NC, Theresa Lyvers of KY, John Graves of GA, and Victoria Graves of GA; four grandchildren, Sydney Melchert, Brooke Melchert, Alena Lyvers and Joshua Lyvers; and two …
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Jessamine County grand jury indictments for Jan. 28
A Jessamine County grand jury convened Wednesday, Jan. 13, and returned the following indictments and results in open court on that day: Officer Chris Faas with the Nicholasville Police Department presented evidence regarding an escape from the …
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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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Bryan Station boys, girls sweep region track titles

Bryan Station boys, girls sweep region track titles
4-by-100 relay — Bryan Station (Dakesha Stewart, Talor Wilkerson, Shania Lyvers, Brooke Raglin) 49.09; Tates Creek (Natavia Barber, Tyanne Bentley, Aneya Hardin, Alesia Hardin) 50.07; Scott Co. (Kena Christopher, Trinity Gay, Jenna Johnson, Keiarie …
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District basketball tournament highlights: Henry Clay girls, Scott Co. boys

District basketball tournament highlights: Henry Clay girls, Scott Co. boys
T'Laya Lyvers, who had 17 points, eight rebounds and five steals to lead Henry Clay, stopped the run with a layup with 15 seconds to go and Nakyira Joyce added a free throw to to account for the final margin. Hannah Young added six points, seven …
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