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Today's Sports

  • Boys Basketball: North Oldham...

    GOSHEN – The basketball court already looks much different for Jalen Henry. As a sophomore and the team’s second leading scorer last season, Henry had a lot of help he could rely on — most notably with his older brother Jonathan. Now he finds himself in a new position of leadership, a role that’s different for he and many others with 10 exiting seniors from last year’s team.

  • Girls Basketball: Lady Mustangs...

    GOSHEN — North Oldham girls basketball coach Dan Pfaff’s eyes got big when asked about how the Lady Mustangs would transition from having strong post play last season to a near non-existant presence in the paint.

  • Girls Basketball: Lady Mustangs...

    GOSHEN — North Oldham girls basketball coach Dan Pfaff’s eyes got big when asked about how the Lady Mustangs would transition from having strong post play last season to a near non-existant presence in the paint.

  • Girls Basketball: Lady Mustangs...

    GOSHEN — North Oldham girls basketball coach Dan Pfaff’s eyes got big when asked about how the Lady Mustangs would transition from having strong post play last season to a near non-existant presence in the paint.

  • Toppers on Tour visits Prospect

    PROSPECT — Western Kentucky University athletics made its annual summer “Toppers on Tour” trip to the Louisville area Monday night visiting Hunting Creek Country Club in Prospect. The speaking event took place following the Lee Robertson/Gary Sundmacker Alumni Golf Scramble where there was also a silent auction.

  • Toppers on Tour visits Prospect

    PROSPECT — Western Kentucky University athletics made its annual summer “Toppers on Tour” trip to the Louisville area Monday night visiting Hunting Creek Country Club in Prospect. The speaking event took place following the Lee Robertson/Gary Sundmacker Alumni Golf Scramble where there was also a silent auction.

  • Toppers on Tour visits Prospect

    PROSPECT — Western Kentucky University athletics made its annual summer “Toppers on Tour” trip to the Louisville area Monday night visiting Hunting Creek Country Club in Prospect. The speaking event took place following the Lee Robertson/Gary Sundmacker Alumni Golf Scramble where there was also a silent auction.

  • Vipers 12U heading to Cooperstown

    The 12U Vipers Baseball Club has been selected to play in the Cooperstown Dreams Park and American Youth Baseball Hall of Fame Invitational Tournament during the week of July 4th in Cooperstown, New York. In addition to competing against teams from around the country, members of the 12U Vipers will be enshrined in the prestigious American Youth Baseball Hall of Fame.

  • Bass signs with Hanover football
  • Bass signs with Hanover football