Payton Baum belts a double during Anderson County's 10-0 win over Spencer County on April 20. (Photo by John Herndon) Anderson County’s Payton Baum feels blessed, shares good news By John Herndon, 110forChrist.com Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters, since you know that … Continue reading Doing everything for Jesus
Katelyn Pavey takes a cut during the second game of Kentucky Christian's doubleheader with Reinhardt on April 1. By John Herndon, 110forChrist.com Life-changing moments usually just grab you when they are least expected. And when they do, it’s sometimes amazing to reflect on how God used events to put you in the path of something … Continue reading A grand slam story reaching far beyond the foul lines
Kentucky Christian University softball player Katelyn Pavey. Kentucky Christian's Katelyn Pavey lives a powerful story of redemption By John Herndon, 110forChrist GRAYSON, Ky. – When Katelyn Pavey stepped to the plate in the bottom of the seventh inning, Kentucky Christian’s hope for a comeback seemed more distant than the mountains overlooking the Grayson Sports Park. … Continue reading “I Can”
Lyon County's highly-touted sophomore Travis Perry shoots in the Lyons' win over John Hardin at the UK Healthcare Boys' Sweet 16. Perry is on a pace that could make him the state's all-time scoring leader by the time he finishes at Lyon County. Kentucky's unique event celebrates the positive in sports By John Herndon, 110forChrist.com … Continue reading A SWEET 16 TO REMEMBER
Members of the Pikeville Panthers basketball team go through warmups prior to Friday's quarterfinal game with George Rogers Clark in the UK Healthcare Boys' Sweet 16. The words emblazoned on their shirts remind them, and fans, of their priorities in life: Jesus, Others, Yourself. (Photo by John Herndon) Pikeville made an impression far beyond the … Continue reading Sharing j.o.y.
Kentucky high school legend J.R. VanHoose seeks to inspire others By John Herndon, 110forChrist.com LEXINGTON – He’s considered one of the best ever to play high school basketball in Kentucky, but almost 25 years after playing for Paintsville High School, J.R. VanHoose is still trying to get better. His credentials earned him a spot in … Continue reading GROWING, LEARNING AND STAYING POSITIVE
Centre's Greg Mason has been to Sweet 16 as fan, a player and now a college coach By John Herndon, 110forChrist.com LEXINGTON – Greg Mason had been coming to the Kentucky high school state tournament for over 40 years and is just glad to be back in Rupp Arena this week. “I missed the last … Continue reading ‘IT’S AS GOOD AS IT GETS IN KENTUCKY’
Sacred Heart deserves to be mentioned with the state's best of all-time; Rupp can be right for the girls' tournament By John Herndon, 110forChrist.com We at 110forChrist had a wonderful time at the Mingua Beef Jerky Girls’ Sweet 16 last week even if our stay was much abbreviated from what we had intended before the … Continue reading Reflections on the girls’ sweet 16
Anderson County's Amiya Jenkins cuts back against the Sacred Heart press in the Mingua Beef Jerky Girls' Sweet 16 on March 10, 2022. Anderson girls made it easy to rearrange schedules By John Herndon, 110forChrist.com LEXINGTON – Everyone who has ever covered an athletic event – any time, any level, anywhere – knows the one … Continue reading Thank you Lady Bearcats for an incredible run
Former Walton-Verona coach Mark Clinkenbeard glad to be watching the game he loves By John Herndon, 110forChrist.com DRY RIDGE, Ky. – Mark Clinkenbeard couldn’t stay away. He’d stepped down as the girls’ basketball coach at Walton-Verona High School during the 2021-22 season, but when the calendar said it was tournament time, he knew he was … Continue reading GOOD TO BE BACK IN THE GYM
Campbellsville-Harrodsburg coach Austin Sparrow encourages his team after a big play during Friday's win over fourth-ranked Great Lakes Christian. It was the first time CU-Harrodsburg, ranked No. 9, had ever beaten Great Lakes. (Photos by John Herndon) Less than two years out of college, Austin Sparrow stays true to his coaching pedigree while leading Campbellsville-Harrodsburg … Continue reading Born to coach?