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LEXINGTON — Rick Pitino doesn’t think John Calipari will leave Lexington anytime soon and added the Kentucky coach is in it for the long haul.

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The KHSAA announced Friday that all sports and sports activities, regardless of season, are declared to be in a dead period that extends through April 12.

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The Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, which includes Kentucky State University, announced Thursday that is is canceling all spring athletic and championship events through the remainder of the 2019-20 academic year.

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LEXINGTON — John Calipari was looking forward to the NCAA Tournament and admitted that he was surprised by the decision to cancel the tourney because of coronavirus concerns.

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LEXINGTON — The Kentucky High School Athletic Association has decided to cancel the remainder of the Girls Sweet 16 basketball tournament and next week’s Boys Sweet 16 at Rupp Arena.

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Second Street’s Katie Norman placed third in one event and fourth in another in the middle school competition at the Indoor State Track and Field Championships Saturday at the Mason County Athletic Complex.

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Kentucky State University senior Anthony Hampton has been named the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Men’s Track and Field Athlete of the Week.

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LEXINGTON — Immanuel Quickley was all smiles and his teammates were loving his demeanor a few hours after he was named Southeastern Conference Player of the Year.

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LEXINGTON — John Calipari isn’t worried about Ashton Hagans, and the Kentucky coach expects to meet with the sophomore point guard soon to sort out their differences as the Wildcats prepare for the Southeastern Conference Tournament.

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RICHMOND — It was a year ago that Franklin County's girls basketball team last played Scott County, and it was a game that kept the Lady Flyers motivated.

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Since he grew up in Columbus, Ohio, Kalil Branham’s dream was to play football in the Big Ten, and he originally committed to Michigan. However, he later had a change of heart and the talented receiver signed with Kentucky.

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