PARIS — Ryle made it clear from the opening tap that it was content to win Saturday night's boys' basketball battle at the Kentucky Bank Tip-Off Classic in ugly fashion.
The star power is splashy and scintillating, but how much Scott County girls' basketball is able to duplicate its success of the past two seasons is probably in the hands of the developing role players.
Soon enough, Great Crossing boys' basketball will win games in bunches and in dramatic fashion, making Friday night's last-second agony nothing but a hazy memory.
Hard to believe the regular season's already half-over, but in that time the Georgetown College women's basketball has exhibited an ability to overcome big deficits and missing lineup pieces.
If there was a flaw in the 11th Region champion Scott County High School girls' basketball team the past two years – through no fault of its own – it was that tight spots and real challenges during the regular season were few and far between.
The Scott County High School Swimming and Diving Team co-hosted their second home meet with Great Crossing High School against Lexington Christian Academy and Bourbon County.
A new-look Scott County girls' basketball team was asked to play against a stacked deck in the preseason. Scrimmages against perennial, fellow KHSAA Sweet 16 contenders Simon Kenton and Sacred Heart produced some sweaty palms and wide eyes.
Tuesday night's season-opening loss for the Scott County boys' basketball team wasn't unprecedented. But admittedly spoiled Cardinal fans have to dig in the archives for a while.
High school basketball fans can enjoy enhanced coverage of the county teams this season from the comfort of their living rooms and convenience of their laptops.
Fans will recognize some elements of the Scott County High School girls’ basketball team this season, particularly the star players who have been on NCAA Division I recruiters’ radar since their freshman year.
Tyler Walker, a junior from Scott County High School, competed Saturday at the Foot Locker Regional Cross Country Championships in Charlotte, North Carolina.
More than a few folks' Thursday dinner table discussions or Friday shopping trips were more taxing than two Thanksgiving weekend games for the Georgetown College women's basketball team.
Behind five double-figure scorers, including sophomore Cooper Robb of Scott County, and a strong defensive performance, the Charlotte 49ers (3-3) cruised past the USC Upstate Spartans (1-7), 83-47, at home in Halton Arena on Saturday.
The Georgetown College women’s basketball team briefly went its separate ways to celebrate Thanksgiving with family before reuniting for a weekend tournament at Thomas More.
Georgetown College football ended regular season play with a high note, rallying from 28 points down to win on Senior Day. The good news continues to roll as postseason accolades are being announced.
The offensive numbers Georgetown College men’s basketball continues to put up through the first month of its season are getting everyone’s attention.
Saturday's fourth-quarter struggles for Georgetown College women's basketball in an in-state showdown against Alice Lloyd College were a case study in sports psychology.
Wise coaches sometimes take advantage of the chance to irk their team in a timely manner, then watch the players take out that annoyance on an opponent that's merely in the way at the wrong time.
Most basketball coaches and players will tell you preseason rankings have little more intrinsic value than the paper on which they're printed.
Not even a year ago, Great Crossing High School administrators had no idea how many senior athletes to expect walking through the shiny, new hallways this fall.
The Scott County High School swimming and diving team suffered their first home loss in years Wednesday night, as the team fell to Lexington Catholic.
Like every other Great Crossing High School team making its debut in this school year of new surroundings, new experiences, new everything, boys' basketball battled the butterflies in its initial exhibition game Tuesday night.
Scott County was a different boys’ basketball team playing in a different atmosphere Tuesday night than it was 10 days ago in its initial exhibition.
Being able to test your own gaudy record against the undefeated, top-ranked reigning national champions is a big deal, and teams paying fall semester visits to venerable Davis-Reid Alumni Gym are treating it as such.
The 26th annual Central Bank Jim Reid Classic was another installment in an aggressive first-semester schedule that gave top-ranked, reigning national champion Georgetown College a chance to stub its toe.
Georgetown College football history includes three NAIA national championships, two hall of fame coaches, and a longer streak of sustained excellence than most programs at any level can boast.
Fans and opposing coaches often joke about certain mainstay players that it feels as if they’ve been around a lot longer than the traditional four years.
Great Crossing basketball coaches Glenn Wilson and Steve Page admittedly heard the devil whispering in their ear from one shoulder Tuesday night and an angel encouraging caution and reason from the other side.
On a Tuesday night that saw the NCAA's No. 1 men's basketball team fall in shocking fashion just down the road, NAIA's top-ranked reigning champions knew no such danger.
Scott County boys basketball coach Tim Glenn wants his first season at the helm to feature all the challenging opponents and hostile environments Cardinal fans have come to expect.
Great Crossing recovered from a slow start to win convincingly over Fleming County, 53-40, in its first-ever girls’ basketball exhibition. The contest was played Friday night as part of Scott County’s two-day preseason hoopfest.
With one fall-from-ahead loss and a comeback it couldn’t quite complete, the Georgetown College women’s basketball team experienced a frustrating weekend at the Southern States Shootout in Montgomery, Alabama.
MIDWAY — Midway University has announced that it will induct Kathryn Lawler, a former Midway women's golf standout, into the Athletics Walk of Fame on Sunday, Nov. 10.