Atticus Harris, an 8U player with Scott County Youth Baseball, has won the local Pitch, Hit and Run title. The national competition is sanctioned by Major League Baseball. Harris earned a spot in the regional finals this Saturday, July 24 at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati. If he shou…

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In the aftermath of a stellar senior season at Great Crossing High School and a heavy-hitting summer with the Louisville Sluggers 18U club, Leilani “Nani” Valencia has been selected as a first team All-American in prep softball.

One of the most popular players in University of Kentucky football history returned to the Bluegrass this summer to meet and work with some of his youngest fans. Benny Snell Jr., the Wildcats’ all-time leading rusher and now a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers, hosted more than 500 kids Tues…

University of the Cumberlands softball catcher Meryn Livingston, a key component of Scott County High School’s 2018 KHSAA state championship team, has been named one of three finalists for the prestigious Patriot Award at the Mid-South Conference school.

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Billy Tom Sargent, two-time Mr. Kentucky Golf at Scott County High School and an All-American at Western Kentucky University, continues to chase his professional dreams all around the country on the PGA Korn Ferry Tour.

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If the A.W. Hamilton Basketball Camp were a sports car, you could say it went from zero to 141 in about four seconds when the state’s final COVID-19 restrictions were removed earlier this spring.

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For the first time in program history, Campbellsville University men's golf has an NAIA All-American. Justin Warman of Georgetown picked up the honor 

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Two state championships at Scott County and an integral role in Great Crossing’s district championship and top-10 ranking in its inaugural season already assured Leilani Valencia a prime place in the community’s softball legend.

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LEXINGTON — Bryce Chisley has a track and field sprinter’s typical habit of jerking his head right, then left, to see if any rival is within the length of a shoelace as he lunges his chest across the electronic finish line.

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Tucked between its nail-biter last Monday against Scott County and its win-or-else district semifinal this Monday versus Frankfort, Great Crossing’s regular-season baseball finale Thursday night with Tates Creek had all the earmarks of a spring training game.

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LEXINGTON — Many high school coaches label Kentucky’s regular season as a series of scrimmages, and nowhere is it truer than track and field.