Four Newport High School senior football players officially committed on Wednesday to continue their athletic careers at the University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, KY.
Bellevue High School has named Woody McMillan as its new head football coach. Bellevue Athletic Director Jim Hicks confirmed the hire during a phone interview Wednesday afternoon.
Earlier this morning, Covington Catholic High School announced that Lucas Timmerman, a junior, has earned the top composite score of 36 on the ACT college admission and placement exam.
Will Geers, a 15-year-old junior at Covington Latin School, scored a 36 composite score on the ACT, attaining the examination's highest possible score.
This morning, Covington Catholic High School announced that eleven students have been accepted to the 2015 Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program. They are:
The Kentucky Boys High School Basketball All-Stars throttled the Ohio All-Stars, 105-76, on Saturday night at Thomas More College in the annual "Battle at the Border".
This afternoon, Covington Catholic High School announced that William (“Bill”) Snyder was recently chosen as the recipient of the Dave Hester Special Recognition Award from the Special Olympics of
Northern Kentucky schools will play a big role in a first-time ever, week-long free festival of student performances of Shakespeare plays in downtown Cincinnati beginning April 15.
Covington Catholic's run at back-to-back state titles came to an end on Saturday evening when they were unable to withstand a late run by Owensboro and lost 69-65 in overtime in the semifinals of t
Some teams win with athleticism, other teams win with size, but Covington Catholic wins with discipline and heart.
Covington Catholic picked up where they left off in Lexington, by easily taking care of Campbell County, 64-43, in the first round of the Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys Basketball Tournament at Rupp Aren
Calvary Christian baseball had fallen on hard times. After recording a winning season in 2011, some staff moved on from the school, leaving the program bare.
Holy Cross became the first Northern Kentucky girls basketball team ever to become state champions when they beat Allen County-Scottsville, 35-32, in the KHSAA Girls title game in Bowling Green.
Holy Cross punched its ticket to the championship game of the KHSAA Girls Sweet 16 after keeping (Louisville) Male at bay in the semifinals, 47-37.