From the standpoint of size and length, Newport matches up with Newport Central Catholic about as well as anyone else in the 9th Region.
Early in the fourth quarter, Scott received a technical foul for substituting a player into the game that was not listed in the official scorer’s book; an unusual scenario describing the kind of ni
Covington Catholic reclaimed the 35th District title after trouncing Holmes, 80-53, in the championship game on Friday night in front of a good crowd at Holmes High School.
Newport Central Catholic and Highlands’ basketball programs are far from strangers.
Though bookended by sluggish first and fourth quarters, the Scott Eagles easily pulled away from Silver Grove, 68-28, Wednesday night in the opening round of the 37th District tournament at Campbel
For the sixth straight year, it will be a rematch of the 35th District title game as both Covington Catholic and Holmes advanced through the semifinals on Wednesday night and will square
Twenty former athletes and coaches from Holmes High School and the former William Grant High School will be honored for their accomplishments at the third annual Covington Public Schools Athletic H
St. Henry ousted Lloyd from the 34th District tournament, 61-52, in first-round action on Tuesday night at Villa Madonna.
Newport Central Catholic senior center Drew McDonald and Holmes senior guard James Bolden have been named the 9th Region Players of the Year, and both are candidates to win Mr.
Dixie showed no signs of fatigue after beating top-ranked Cov Cath a night before, as they coasted over Scott on the road, 84-59.
The top-ranked Covington Catholic Colonels were knocked from their perch atop the polls as the Dixie Colonels vanquished the defending state champions,62-47, at The Bank of Kentucky Center on Frida
Newport Central Catholic overcame a tough defensive effort by Holmes to outlast the Bulldogs, 58-52, in the nightcap at The Bank of Kentucky Center on Friday.
The top-5 poll was shaken up some after Holmes fell to Boone County on Tuesday night.