Frankfort’s boys basketball team had three players in double figures as the Panthers defeated Carroll County 71-64 Friday at F.D. Wilkinson Gymnasium.
Brooklynn Miles and Patience Laster both registered double-doubles as Franklin County’s girls basketball team defeated Fleming County 74-55 Saturday in the Lady Royals Showcase at Mason County.
LEXINGTON — Kentucky accepted its fourth consecutive bowl bid Sunday and will make an appearance in the Belk Bowl in a noon kickoff on Dec. 31 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
LEXINGTON — Kentucky accepted its fourth consecutive bowl bid Sunday, this time the Wildcats will make an appearance in the Belk Bowl in a noon kickoff on Dec. 31 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
It was a dominating performances for the Kentucky State University men's basketball team as the Thorobreds shot 64.5 percent from the field in scoring over 100 points for the second time in three games, beating the University of Campbellsville-Harrodsburg, 102-66, Friday at the William Exum Center.
Trailing 50-43 after three quarters, Western Hills’ boys basketball team grabbed a late lead, only to lose, 68-67, on a shot at the buzzer at Henry County Friday.
Kendall Dailey, 17, a senior at Western Hills High School, has signed to play softball at Lindsey Wilson College, an NAIA school in Columbia and a member of the Mid-South Conference.
Before his team played Lexington Catholic this season, Frederick Douglass coach Brian Landis watched eight game videos of Catholic quarterback Beau Allen. He was impressed then, but even more impressed after his team beat Catholic 42-31.
LOUISVILLE —Clemson's Dabo Swinney guided his team to another Atlantic Coast Conference football division championship and Bronco Mendenhall has done a fine job rebuilding Virginia's program, coaching the Cavaliers to their first Coastal Division title.
Kentucky State University senior women’s basketball player Victoria Blankenship has been named Newcomer of the Week by the Southern Intercollegiate Conference.
By mutual agreement between the two teams based on the ability to field both a junior varsity and a varsity team, the Franklin County girls basketball game with Elizabethtown, originally scheduled for Thursday, will be played Jan. 23 at FCHS.
Frankfort’s boys basketball team never trailed Wednesday, but the Panthers had to withstand a couple of Sayre rallies before pulling out a 66-57 win in their season opener at F.D. Wilkinson Gymnasium.
Though probably not in the way most observers expected, Louisville's basketball team passed its first test as the nation's latest top-ranked team with flying colors, avoiding for now the jinx that had taken down its predecessors.
LEXINGTON — Kentucky coach John Calipari has been yearning for more time with his team this season. He will get that chance this month.
LEXINGTON — Moments before he spoke to the media following Kentucky’s 45-13 win over rival Louisville on Saturday, Lynn Bowden Jr. hugged Kentucky offensive coordinator Eddie Gran in a show of gratitude and appreciation.
Frankfort High’s boys basketball team graduated five seniors off last year’s 28-6 team, including its top three scorers, but the Panthers aren’t starting this season from scratch.
LEXINGTON — John Calipari is gleaning on his past experiences as his team moves forward without one of their top players, leaving the Wildcats short-handed going into Friday night’s game against the University of Alabama-Birmingham.
The Kentucky State women’s basketball team led for just 24 seconds of Tuesday’s game at Illinois-Springfield, but they were the last 24 seconds of the game as the Thorobreds snapped a three-game losing streak with a 61-58 non-conference victory over the Prairie Stars.
Brandon Muravchick is beginning his third year as the head girls basketball coach at Western Hills, and he’s starting to see a change in the program.
Western Hills’ boys basketball team lost a lot of experience from last year’s team, but the Wolverines have added some new wrinkles this season.
Franklin County’s boys basketball team graduated four seniors off last year’s team, but the cupboard is hardly bare for the Flyers.
Three Kentucky State University football players earned spots on the 2019 All-Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference team in a vote by conference head coaches and sports information directors.