The independent Frontier League announced last week that it was named a Partner League of Major League Baseball.
High school football's third week in Northern Kentucky saw RCN's Jason Finnell at the Lloyd-Bellevue game and he has a full report below while RCN photographer Brian Frey was at the Bishop Brossart
The Dayton Greendevils football team pulled off a win Saturday in dramatic fashion.
A touchdown and two-point conversion gave Dayton the 30-29 edge at home over Webster County.
High school football's second week in Northern Kentucky saw RCN's Jason Finnell at the Newport Central Catholic-Holy Cross game and he has a full report below while RCN photographer Brian Frey was
Twenty athletic teams at Thomas More University and sixty-one athletes were recognized for academic achievement by the NAIA.
Northern Kentucky University basketball standout Dantez Walton has signed a professional contract to play in Finland.
High school football returned to Kentucky on Friday evening. RCN's Jason Finnell was at the Ludlow-Carroll Co.
The Thomas More Saints' spring football schedule was released on Tuesday.
Erlanger-Elsmere Independent Schools Superintendent Chad Molley said this week that students in the district will not compete or practice in high-contact sports this fall "until we can do so respon
The Kentucky Board of Education (KBE) voted unanimously on Friday to send a letter to the Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA) board of control urging a consideration of alternative op
Sydney Moss is returning to Crestview Hills.
The standout basketball star has joined her alma mater Thomas More as an assistant women's basketball coach.
The Horizon League announced that it has postponed the fall sports season, impacting Northern Kentucky University's soccer, volleyball, cross country, golf, and tennis programs, as well as baseball
There may be no sports for the Thomas More Saints this fall as the NAIA's Mid-South Conference announced Monday that the fall athletic season is moving to the spring.
Three former Thomas More University women's basketball stars were named to the D3hoops.com Second Women's Basketball All-Decade Team (2010-2020).
Thomas More University announced the ten members of its 2020 Athletic Hall of Fame.