Playing in its first state semifinal appearance since 1954, the Newport Central Catholic Thoroughbreds struggled to find consistency in its offense while unable to get stops on defense, ultimately
The Newport Central Catholic Thoroughbreds continued their dominance in the 2016 Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys Basketball Sweet 16 tournament quarterfinals on Friday afternoon, defeating the Murray Tige
After stunning #1-ranked Covington Catholic in the 9th Region finals, the Newport Central Catholic Thoroughbreds took their talents to the biggest stage in Kentucky and beat the (Louisville) Trinit
The Campbell County Camels took advantage of the home crowd, playing 15 minutes up U.S.
The St. Elizabeth Healthcare/KHSAA Sweet 16 girls basketball tournament comes to Northern Kentucky for the first.
With under one minute remaining and her team in the double-bonus, Holmes senior and 9th Region tournament MVP Jynea Harris was fouled rebounding a Ryle miss and sank two free throws to gi
The crowds were electric and the energy was through the roof on Sunday afternoon at BB&T Arena at Northern Kentucky University, but the Covington Catholic Colonels survived the Conner Cougars,
When the Kentucky Girls Basketball Sweet Sixteen takes place at BB&T Arena next week, Northern Kentucky will have two teams in the field.
The 9th Region boys basketball semifinals are set.
After beating Newport by 31 points earlier in the season, the Covington Catholic Colonels repeated that performance and defeated the Wildcats 77-48 in the 9th Region opening round on Wednesday nigh
Bishop Brossart High School has announced plans to roll out a new fundraising initiative.
The CLS archery team participated in the Kentucky National Archery in Schools Program (NASP) Region 8 Tournament at Ryle High School in Union on Saturday, February 6.
Newport Central Catholic has been on cruise control, winning 13 of its last 14 games heading into Friday night's 36th District finals against rival Newport.
Republic Bank recently donated $1,000 to the SQUARE1 NaviGo Entrepreneur Select Program at Holmes High School as part of its ongoing support of educational opportunities in the region and to suppor
Villa Madonna Academy senior Alexa Meier of Edgewood has signed a letter of intent to play both soccer and softball at Midway University.