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Western Hills’ girls basketball team fell behind 20-10 after the first quarter, and Lafayette kept the lead the rest of the way, winning 71-30 Tuesday night in Lexington.

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Frankfort’s girls basketball team celebrated Senior Night Tuesday with a 63-53 win over Model at F.D. Wilkinson Gymnasium.

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Tobacco Road hasn’t changed much during the course of time. The trail that separates Atlantic Coast Conference rivals North Carolina and Duke is the same as it has always been — short and full of history.

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Tucker Harley, 17, a senior at Western Hills High School, has signed to play esports at Campbellsville University.

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Tucker Harley, 17, a senior at Western Hills High School, has signed to play esports at Campbellsville University.

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LOUISVILLE — Both the current weather in Kentuckiana and the calendar are reminders that it's still winter and that spring is a month away. But Louisville's baseball schedule says something different: that it's time to throw out the first pitch of what is expected to be another banner season.

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It took a while, but Bobby Knight made his way back to Assembly Hall, a place where he won games, lost them, once threw a chair during a game and spent most of his career coaching the Indiana Hoosiers. A place where he spent a span of nearly three decades coaching basketball.

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Kentucky State University sophomore baseball player Dashawn Hureskin has been honored by the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  as the SIAC Pitcher of the Week for his work on the mound this past weekend, the league announced Tuesday.

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Western Hills' 400-yard freestyle relay team of Anish Penmecha, Hithan Garla, Nikhil Akula and Evan Sinor-Huggins qualified for the state swimming championships based on its time in the Region 6 meet Saturday at the Falling Spring Center in Versailles.

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District seedings are still on the line, but Franklin County’s boys basketball team knows how it will start the postseason.

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LOUISVILLE — Having watched the current Louisville basketball team play 23 games now, I must admit, I'm still somewhat puzzled by its erratic performances, the latest reason for consternation coming in the Cardinals' 86-76 victory over Wake Forest Wednesday night.

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Western Hills senior Logan Thomas has been swimming, she says, since she could walk, and this weekend she’ll be competing in the Region 6 meet along with other swimmers from WHHS, Frankfort and Franklin County.

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