One might safely say that the Scott Eagles are firmly in their football heyday.
Two games, one a scintillating, feel-good victory to open the season, the other a “well, at least it was a win” showing that left fans and apparently more than a few players wishing for a better pe
Northern Kentucky River City sports briefs from RCN's Bryan Burke:
The Bengals started their first game the way we thought they would.
Football scores from around Northern Kentucky:
Holmes looked to bounce back after last week's 34-7 loss at home to Scott, but Lloyd, fresh off a 52-o rout of Dayton, had other plans.
Covington Catholic had been riding high on the wave of momentum after breezing past Boone County and Dixie Heights in consecutive wins, but that wave crashed hard upon the shores of reality as they
SPORTS BRIEFS BY RCN'S BRYAN BURKE:
The Notre Dame Academy volleyball team has a big reputation to upkeep.
The Northern Kentucky University men's basketball team released their non-conference schedule today and announced that they will host West Virginia University on December 7 at the Bank of Kentucky
When Covington Catholic crosses the bridge on Friday to take on Cincinnati's Moeller, it will be the eleventh time the two schools have met. Moeller has won nine straight in the series.
RCN's Bryan Burke previews the Cincinnati Bengals' Week One game at Baltimore.
When asked what makes Northern Kentucky University goalkeeper A.J. Fleak such a good player for his position, head coach John Basalyga rattled off his measurements.
The NFL is a hyper-trendy league where teams topple over one another to find the same success as the previous year's champion.