Eight Northern Kentucky teams survive and advance in the high school football post-season after Friday night's games.
The gauntlet gets tougher for local teams as the survivors make their way into the second round of the high-school football playoffs. Only eight games feature Northern Kentucky teams, five of whic
Covington Catholic High School has announced the formation an archery team, its 12th KHSAA-sanctioned sport.
Mixed results for Northern Kentucky teams as the high school football playoffs got underway Friday night.
At long last, the high school football postseason is here and the round-one matchups have all been set.
The Covington Latin School varsity golf team ended the 2015 season with a winning record. The Trojans finished the year at 5-2.
Conner played host to a neighboring rival in Cooper on Saturday night. Considering it was a locally televised game, there seemed to be quite a bit of hype surrounding this game.
The second-to-last week of the regular season in Northern Kentucky high school football gave us much to be excited about. Simon Kenton finally collided with Ryle...
With only two more weeks of the regular football season, many postseason positions still lay in the balance.
If Highlands and Covington Catholic were brothers, Highlands would be the older one.
Another great week of Northern Kentucky high school football action!
Listen as RCN's Bryan Burke talks football - high school, Thomas More, and Bengals - with TriStateFootball.com's James Adams.
Holy Cross has evened its record at 4-4 after blowing out Newport, 48-6, on the road on Thursday night.
As the season winds down with three weeks left, the top ranking in the RCN Top-5 poll is Simon Kenton’s to lose.
Another wild week of Northern Kentucky high school football has come and gone (except for you Cov Cath and Grant Co. fans who have a Saturday match-up) and what an exciting one it was!