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Scott County girls’ soccer went a couple of seasons without continuity or experience, two ingredients that are essential to challenge in the 11th Region.

As the only Scott County High School boys’ soccer player with any varsity experience, junior goalkeeper Logan Jean has unique awareness and an up-close vantage point to assess the Cardinals’ realistic aspirations for the first season of a new era.

Touchdowns, tough tackles and toasty but appreciative fans were in ample supply Tuesday evening at Middle School Madness, the county's traditional kickoff to the junior high football season.

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If the rest of the state is waiting to see cracks in the Scott County High School football foundation after the opening of a new school in the neighborhood, it’s about to have a bad time for the foreseeable future.

An eager group of six Georgetown/Scott County Supersharks, a girls’ swim team based out of the Pavilion, went stride-for-stride with the top competition in the state last weekend at the Kentucky long course championships.

Rising senior Sam Ubellacker of Georgetown, a Scott County High School product, became the second student-athlete in the history of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology swimming and diving program to qualify for the Olympic Trials.

After winning the state championship two weeks ago on their home field, the Scott County Youth Baseball 11-and-under all-stars made an impressive run this past weekend at the Ohio Valley Regional in Kokomo, Indiana. Scott County combined for 36 runs in its first three games, encompassing a p…

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Malea Williams’ recent performance in the Nike Elite Youth Basketball national championship tournamentt for her Kentucky Premier 17-and-under team added even more scholarship offers to her growing list.

Friends, fellow Scott County residents, and fans of all the fantastic athletic accomplishments that have taken place therein, the day has come. There's no stopping it now.

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Even if last week’s final ticks of the clock during KHSAA dead period or the nearly triple-digit heat index said otherwise, basketball season was alive and well for at least three members of the county’s high school basketball community.

Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky had a busy and exciting week with champions from the athletic realm. In addition to a visit from NASCAR star Kyle Busch, employees also had a chance to enjoy an exhibition by the USA women’s wheelchair basketball team. The squad stopped by and showed its …

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“Helmets only” is the KHSAA mandate from the first permitted high school football practice July 10 until the 22nd.

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In the same way Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky has become synonymous with Georgetown and Scott County, Kyle Busch’s name is usually the first to roll off the tongue in any discussion of present-day NASCAR superstars.

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Scott County Youth Baseball’s tradition of winning state championships and advancing to regional competition throughout the midwest is alive and well.

It’s no secret that Cherry Blossom Golf Club has been ranked as one of the top public courses in Kentucky. But for new superintendent Kaleb Kattine, this summer’s Barbasol Championship Pre-Qualifier brings a new level of excitement, as players will tee it up on July 9 on a golf course that’s…

Cade McKee, right, a rising senior at Scott County High School, is shown with Kentucky Baseball Club Prime 17U teammate Skyelar Johnson of Woodford County at the WWBA National Championship tournament, held June 28 to July 5 at Lakepoint Sports Complex in Cartersville, Georgia. Competing in a…

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Headlines hit harder than a Chicago Bears linebacker or Oakland Raiders defensive back from the 1970s.

To win in Kentucky high school softball, in addition to having a strong-armed, crafty pitcher or two, you’d better be strong up the middle. That means having a hard-nosed, slick-gloved leader at all the key defensive positions on a straight line from home plate: catcher,  shortstop, second b…

Getting through the 11th Region and into the conversation for the KHSAA baseball title was an uphill climb for Scott County and pretty much everyone else this past season.