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    CRESTWOOD – Friday night’s result between South Oldham and Franklin County wasn’t reflective of the teams on the field, according to South coach Jamie Reed.

    “The better team didn’t win tonight,” Reed said. “That’s for certain.”

    But it was a combination of Dragon errors and a monster performance by Franklin County’s Chris Roberts that led to a 27-21 loss Friday at Dragon Stadium in the second round of the Class 5A playoffs.

  • Stephens: 'Cats fine-tuning...

    LEXINGTON – It's not even Thanksgiving and John Calipari's University of Kentucky basketball team is miles ahead of where most coaches could hope their teams will be at the end of a year.

    The Wildcats notched a solid-but-not perfect win over Texas-Arlington, 105-76, Tuesday night in Rupp Arena.

    They were out-rebounded 21-17 in the first half, weren't talking enough on defense and weren't executing well in half-court for much of the night.

  • Franklin ends South's...

    CRESTWOOD – Friday night's result between South Oldham and Franklin County wasn't reflective of the teams on the field, according to South coach Jamie Reed.

    “The better team didn't win tonight” Reed said. “That's for certain.'

    But it was a combination of Dragon errors and a monster performance by Franklin County's Chris Roberts that led to a 27-21 overtime Flyers win Friday at Dragon Stadium in the second round of the Class 5A playoffs.

  • North runs over Western to...

     LOUISVILLE ‑‑ All it took was one play for North Oldham to exert its dominance over fellow Class 4A school Western on the Warriors' home field Friday night.

    North running back Arien Beasley raced 60 yards for a touchdown on the very first play from scrimmage and the Mustangs (9-3) never looked back in a 49-6 rout of the Warriors (6-6).

    “We played really well, in all phases of the game,” North coach Billy Martin said. “It was a dominating performance I knew our guys were capable of.”

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  • River City Legends host Kick...

    The River City Legends, a semi-professional indoor soccer team that plays in the Professional Arena Soccer League (PASL) Premier Division, will be hosting the Evansville Kings in the annual Kick Cancer game Nov. 16.

    The game kicks off at 7:30 p.m. at the YMCA Sports Arena in Buckner.

    Tickets are $5 and all proceeds will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. A local resident, Kailen Combs Taylor, will be sharing her story about her battle with cancer as well as raising awareness.

  • Sports briefs

    Stunners hosting tryouts  Nov. 16

    The Louisville Stunners 2000 fastpitch will be holding tryouts for their competitive travel team on Saturday November 16th in Shelbyville. 

    If your daughter was born in the year 2000 or later and wishes to compete at the highest level of fastpitch softball, please contact coach Brian Webb at 502-321-3985 or at briwebb13@gmail.com for tryout details.

    Turkey Trotter 8K Run/Walk

  • Mercy ends OC volleyball’s run...

    LOUISVILLE - The Oldham County Lady Colonel volleyball team accomplished its preseason goal of getting to state, but a powerhouse Mercy team ended its championship dreams Saturday morning.

       The Jaguars ran past OC 3-0 (25-16, 25-11, 25-16) in the state quarterfinals Saturday at Valley High School.

       “We had a good game plan and we were healthy and prepared,” coach Vincent McDonough said about how his team went into the game.