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!
Things went as expected in Northern Kentucky high school football last week as the top five teams emerged unscathed. Many teams were on a bye week, but are back in action in Week 8.
Twice a year, Newport High School hosts Hoxworth for an in-house blood drive.
Fall showed up in a cool, wet way on Friday night so it was the good fortune of many area high school football teams that they had the night off.
RCN's Bryan Burke and Michael Monks preview this week's games in this short podcast! Take a listen:
It was a tough night for football teams from the NKY River Cities as each of them took a loss this week, and Simon Kenton showed who's boss when struggling Highlands came to town.
Covington Catholic is has announced that two Covington Catholic students received the Commended Student recognition.
As the high school creeps past towards its halfway point, there are still a lot of questions that need to be answered.
Another exciting week of Northern Kentucky high school football action is behind us and what a bunch of games we saw on Friday!
Only one team in the RCN/NKYSports.com Top 5 Poll fell last week when Scott was edged by Conner at home, 28-27, in a shocking come-from-behi
Another exciting week of Northern Kentucky high school action saw some teams continue to roll, others get their first loss, and some slumps continue -- including Highlands, which is now 1-3 on the
It was a stormy weekend for high school football last week as most games in the area were pushed back to Saturday thanks to an abundance of ligh
With the heavy storm that blew through Northern Kentucky on Friday night, most high school football games were postponed to Saturday morning, though some local teams completed their Friday schedule
Top-ranked Simon Kenton had no problem last week in Lexington against Bryan Station as the Pioneers put up 50 points for the second consecutive week.