Legislation proposed for the 2015 session of the General Assembly designed to allow home school students to participate in sports in their local public schools may be more wide-ranging than intende
Tucked neatly along the shores of the Licking River on the Newport side near the 4th St. Bridge, sits a rather nondescript brown metal building.
Teams across the River City Metro got a taste of the upcoming season with Friday night football scrimmages. The season begins next Friday.
High atop the hill that looks out across Newport and clear into the hills of Cincinnati, Newport Central Catholic gears up for what they expect to be another winning season.
After finishing 9-1 and barely missing the postseason a year ago, the Thomas More Saints are playing with an attitude.
Along the endzones of the Ludlow High School football field, grounds crewmen worked in the afternoon sun, sprinkling grass seed and raking it in.
Newport High School football coach, Matt Schmitz has a lot to think about for the upcoming season. There are logistics to finalize, practices to organize and strategies to perfect.
Former Holmes High School basketball coach and assistant principal, Jason Booher, has been named assistant principal and athletics director at Pikeville High Sch
Sitting on the worn-out bleachers of the football practice field at Holmes High School, one can quickly sense the positive vibrations emanating from the team's coaching staff.
The 2013-14 Covington Catholic boys basketball team received their championship rings Wednesday night after winning the Kentucky state title in March.
It may seem hard to believe now, but there was a time when Covington rivaled Cincinnati in its quest to secure a permanent professional baseball team.
Holmes High School has named its next boys basketball head coach.
The short-lived Covington Blue Sox, a professional baseball team that lasted all of two months in 1913, have seen a resurgence in local interest recently.
Members of the Covington Catholic Colonels basketball team that brought the state title back to the region will receive their commemorative rings next week.
In an open letter released this afternoon, Holmes High School Boys Basketball Coach Jason Booher announced his retirement from coaching.