Georgetown College football had to wait two weeks for another shot at coach Bill Cronin’s 200th win and two entire seasons to get its first look at relative Mid-South Conference newcomer Southeastern University.

NICHOLASVILLE - The 43-7 loss to East Jessamine was difficult, but Great Crossing football coach Paul Rains saw enough to be encouraged. 

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To use a college football analogy, Friday night’s homecoming game for Scott County was Alabama vs. New Mexico State, Clemson vs. The Citadel, or for the real history buffs, Georgia Tech vs. Cumberland.

Homecoming is supposed to be a night of rich pageantry, people of all ages covering every nook and cranny of bleacher space, memories for a lifetime, and if all goes well, a one-sided football game.

Two wins over the weekend were rock-solid evidence to a Scott County boys' soccer team of one senior, four juniors, eight sophomores and four freshmen that they can compete and even conquer challenges at the varsity level.

With 22 seasons and a game under his belt as the Georgetown College head football coach, Bill Cronin's Tigers have a 199-57 record with two NAIA national titles, four national championship appearances, 14 conference titles and 15 national tournament appearances. The winning percentage in the…

Scott County’s drop from 6A to 5A football has been in name only to this point, with three consecutive wins over now-larger schools staking the Cardinals to a 4-0 start.

The hilly, home course and a warm, summer-like Saturday morning weren't conducive to another personal best time for Scott County High School junior Tyler Walker.

Bill Cronin’s career at Georgetown College is far from over, and the football coach already is being extended a measure of immortality. Cronin is being inducted into the NAIA national hall of fame. 

Scott County volleyball enjoyed a productive Thursday night. The Cards rallied after dropping the first set to defeat 11th Region rival Lexington Catholic in four games, 21-25, 25-22, 25-19, 25-19. Equal cause for celebration along with SC’s seventh win of the season and sixth in its past 11…

In a season of torn knee ligaments and high ankle sprains that temporarily tempered the expectations for such a promising Scott County girls' soccer senior class, junior Reagan Oliver wasn't about to let a bloody nose keep her sidelined for long Wednesday night against Woodford County.

LEXINGTON – It was Friday the 13th, and there was a full moon, so why should anybody be surprised that a 6-foot-3, 250-pound right guard’s premonition about scoring a touchdown bizarrely came true?

Great Crossing and Harrison County both remained unbeaten in boys’ soccer after a scoreless stalemate on the GCHS turf Tuesday night, but one team unquestionably was happier with the outcome.

The way Great Crossing volleyball has approached the first set in many matches this fall indicates that the Lady Warhawks might have an appreciation for Rubik’s cubes, Sudoku puzzles or obtuse riddles.

Members of the Central Kentucky Junior Olympic Archery team competed on the home range at Scott County Park in the Bluegrass Bow-Down tournament on Saturday. The event, which was held in conjunction with Festival of the Horse, was a challenging and grueling contest shot over two days. Each a…

One week after sputtering through second-half cramps and muscle pulls at Lafayette, Scott County wouldn't settle for anything less than being the fresher team in Friday night's home showdown with DuPont Manual.

Raise your hand if you predicted volleyball as the sport that would galvanize and fire up the Great Crossing High School student body in its inaugural year.

Wednesday night’s draw on home turf, 1-1 against Lafayette, felt like a win in many ways to Scott County girls’ soccer.

After two weeks of christening the new Birds’ Nest Stadium, Great Crossing High School football will get its first regular season experience of riding the bus to drop in on a neighbor.

After a series of impressive efforts to start the season without a win to show for it, the Scott County High School volleyball found that a weekend trip to the Bluegrass Invitational in Lexington was just what the doctor ordered.

Not even one-quarter of the way through her junior volleyball season at Great Crossing, outside hitter Reagan McLean delivered a definitive statement about her future: I am Marshall.