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Girl’s Basketball Victorious in Home Opener

The Eastern girls basketball team opened the 2015-16 season with high hopes for success.  The team returns most of their impact players from the squad that finished as regional runners up last year.  The Eagles enter the season ranked 13th in the state according to the Courier-Journal. The Eagles hosted a strong Mercy team, preseason

Cross Country ends it’s great season

By student writer Ryan Scanlon The Eastern High School cross Country team has ended it’s great season with the following competitions. State Cross Country Championships The Cross Country Team wrapped up their season competing at the State Cross Country Championships in Lexington, Kentucky on Saturday November 7th. Read Complete Article….     Thanks to the

Two Lady Eagles commit to play on the next level!

Congratulations to Ke’Asia Johnson Bell and Elise Boteler.  Ke’Asia signed to run track for Eastern Kentucky University and Elise signed to play softball for University of Detroit-Mercy.  Awesome job Lady Eagle!  Looking forward to seeing you soar on the next level!

Field Hockey soars over Seneca

By student writer Anna Applegate Eastern’s Varsity Field Hockey team showed up ready to play Thursday, September 25, mercy ruling Seneca 10-0. Eastern came out strong in the first half and put up five goals before the half was over. The next five goals came within the first fifteen minutes of the second half, ending

Eastern CC takes 3rd at the Central KY Run for the Gold

By student writer Ryan Scanlon               The Eastern High School Cross Country team traveled to Elizabethtown to compete in the Central Kentucky Run for the Gold. The race is a flat and fast and produces many season bests and personal records. Eastern had a total of 26 season bests and 13 personal records from its runners,

Football team slides past Collins

By student writer Jaxon Williamson This past weekend, the football team strapped on their helmets for another Friday night game. The Eastern Eagles were scheduled to play Martha Layne Collins High School at Collins.  Since the Eagles lost the previous week against Christian Academy of Louisville, many people expected a repeat of last season. So,