An interesting chain of events nearly landed a National Basketball Association team in Northern Kentucky.
A $200,000 National Football League Foundation Grassroots Grant will be awarded to Covington Catholic High School next week when executives and players from the Cincinnati Bengals plan to come to P
Covington Catholic continues their string of tough opponents as they travel to Fort Thomas to take on Highlands on Friday night for their first district game of the season.
With the 20th-ranked Thomas More College football team’s 66-27 win at Thiel College last Saturday, head coach Jim Hilvert tied Vic Clark for most wins by a football coach at the school.
Sports briefs from around Northern Kentucky by RCN's Bryan Burke:
The Bengals host the Tennessee Titans on Sunday in a game that looked dubious at best to be televised in the Cincinnati area earlier this week, but will in fact air.
The forgettable season that has unfolded for Newport Central Catholic so far this season continued on Saturday afternoon as the Thoroughbreds fell at home to Dixie, 34-14.
I remember when I first met Todd Svoboda. After all, you always remember getting your first autograph.
Scott carried on with its winning ways on Friday as they swiftly took care of Holy Cross, 48-14 on Homecoming Night for the Eagles.
Williamsburg positioned itself for another blowout, this time at Newport, scoring on its opening drive in just over two minutes.
The Scott Eagles look to carry on with their undefeated ways this Friday night in the school's homecoming game against the winless Holy Cross Indians.
The Scott High School Homecoming Parade on Friday night will force the closure of Taylor Mill Road and Old Taylor Mill Road.
The Cincinnati Bengals stymied Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons with defensive discipline on Sunday, especially from their cornerbacks.
The Associated Press Kentucky High School Football polls puts the Scott Eagles at #10 in Class 5A.