Homecoming 2017 is here! Logan McKenzie punches a first class ticket to D3 Nationals. The Presidents Cup standings after the fall season isn’t as bad for Berea as you may think. Berea men and women’s basketball teams come out firing in their first games. Jamie Boggs joins Nate to discuss UK basketball’s loss, UCLA players busted in Chy-nah, and our favorite homecoming basketball game ever. AD Williams comes on to talk about her comeback season, her injury that sidelined her for a year, her comeback, and the Mountaineer Minute! Have a fun and SAFE Berea College Homecoming!
The men’s basketball team welcomed Spalding University to the Seabury Center for their first home game of the 2017-18 season. Berea was able to maintain the lead for most of the game and in the end defeated the Golden Eagles 68-53.
At half time Berea lead the Golden Eagles 35-27. Freshman Torell Carter led the first half with 12 points, 9 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 steals. Dakota Mays added 10 points in the first half as well. Berea shot 42 percent from the field and committed 8 turnovers in the first half. Continue reading Mountaineers Defeat Spalding in Season Opener
After consultation with the Berea Independent School District, the City of Berea is getting closer to finalizing plans for new bleacher facilities at Duerson Stadium in Berea City Park. City leaders note Continue reading Officials Aiming to Use New Stadium for 4th of July Celebration 2018
Berea College welcomes the public and campus community to a program of innovative chamber music performed by the American Chamber Players. This convocation, a part of the Stephenson Continue reading AMERICAN CHAMBER PLAYERS TO PERFORM AT BEREA COLLEGE
Class 1A Second Round
Beechwood 47, Frankfort 7
Crittenden Co. 41, Bethlehem 20
Hazard 43, Lynn Camp 8
Continue reading FRIDAY NIGHT HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES
Kentucky’s all-time leading scorer in high school soccer was recognized Tuesday night at a meeting of the Berea City Council. City leaders honored Berea Community High School senior Hannah Wallhausser (far right), as her mother, Brenna, and her father, Karl, Continue reading Berea Community High School senior recognized