When Holmes plays Newport Central Catholic on Friday night at The Bank of Kentucky Center, it will be a pivotal moment for the Bulldogs and their season.
The Newport Central Catholic Lady Breds (16-9) gave another top team in the region all they could handle last night but couldn’t get over the hump, falling to Holy Cross 58-51.
Some who follow the various levels of basketball may think the skills of the game have begun to slack.
Newport Central Catholic went on the road and picked up a convincing win at Bellevue’s Ben Flora Gymnasium last night, 78-39.
Covington Catholic 61, Cooper 42
Covington Catholic extended their winning streak to 11 games, taking care of Cooper on Tuesday night at home, 61-42.
The Covington Catholic football program introduced its new head coach, Eddie Eviston, on Tuesday afternoon at the school.
The Lady Bulldogs overcame a sluggish first quarter to win their sixth straight game on Monday night, 76-33 over visiting Conner High School.
It was father versus son at Holmes High School on Friday night as the Bulldogs, led by head coach Mike Listerman, withstood a tough test at home against Highlands, led by his son, head coach Kevin
The Holmes Bulldogs returned to its dominating ways after a couple of close calls in recent games.
After Scott was pummeled by top-ranked Covington Catholic on Tuesday night, the Eagles fell from their fifth spot and allowed Boone County to slip in.
Covington Catholic reached its 20th win of the season on Tuesday when the Colonels scorched Scott, 83-46, at home.
It was Northern Kentucky domination in Frankfort on Sunday as Newport Central Catholic and Holy Cross claimed the boys and girls All "A" Classic titles.