Several basketball players from Northern Kentucky schools were named to the Kentucky all-state teams.
The Cincinnati Reds will honor the Covington Catholic boys basketball team which won the Kentucky state championship last month.
The poor condition of Tom Ellis Field at Holmes High School limits Covington Independent Public Schools to just a few dozen events there per year.
Though five players take the court for a basketball team, Covington Catholic is blessed with a "sixth man" in the stands in the form of the "Cov Cath Crazies".
In an epic, overtime thriller of a state-championship game, Covington Catholic outlasted Scott County, 59-51, to win the Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys Basketball Sweet Sixteen State Tournament for the f
The Covington Catholic Colonels are the 2014 Kentucky High School Athletic Association/Whitaker Bank Sweet 16 boys basketball champions, a first for the Park Hills school and its celebrated athleti
After battling to get wins the previous two nights, Covington Catholic withstood a furious comeback by Bowling Green in the semi-final round of the Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys Basketball Sweet Sixteen
Gritty wins like the ones Covington Catholic has pulled off in consecutive nights at Rupp Arena are just what the Colonels are built for.
Covington Catholic 80, Clay County 78
The Kentucky High School Athletic Association/Whitaker Bank Boys Basketball Sweet 16 is underway at Rupp Arena in Lexington.
Holmes's girls basketball coach Tony Perkins will be named 9th Region Coach of the Year during the March 14 session of the Kentucky Girls Basketball state tournament.
In a tense and physical championship game, Covington Catholic (29-2) took home the Ninth Region Tournament trophy after out-slugging Holmes, 56-51, before a near-capacity crowd at the Bank of Kentu
Covington Catholic 51, Newport Central Catholic 43