Kentucky signee Isaiah Briscoe and Louisville 6-foot-10 sophomore forward Chinanu Onuaku are among 24 players who have accepted invitations to participate in the 2015 USA Basketball Men’s U19 World Championship Team training camp that will be staged June 12-26 at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
It took four games and a total of 45 innings, but the Hoptown Hoppers are finally on the board.
LEXINGTON, Ky. – It took five years for Hopkinsville’s baseball program to return to the state tournament. Once the Tigers arrived to the ballpark in Lexington, it took a little more than five hours to finally play the game.
The No. 3 national seed Louisville baseball team will continue its pursuit of a third consecutive College World Series berth on Saturday against 13th-ranked Cal State Fullerton in game one of the NCAA Super Regional at UofL’s Jim Patterson Stadium.
Five University of Kentucky football players were honored Tuesday by being named to Phil Steele’s 2015 Preseason All-Southeastern Conference Teams, including sophomore placekicker Austin MacGinnis, who was selected to the first team after his impressive redshirt freshman season last fall.
A big month got even bigger for Caldwell County High School alum Emma Talley on Tuesday, as the Princeton native shot a two-round 3-under-139 and qualified for the 2015 Women’s US Open Golf Tournament by finishing as one of the top two players at the
Conference USA announced Tuesday that a league-high nine Western Kentucky University football games will be broadcast nationally in the 2015 season across the CBS and Fox national networks.
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Hopkinsville will have to wait just a little longer to make its first appearance in the Rawlings/KHSAA state baseball tournament since 2010.
Lee Lee Grubbs, who recently graduated from University Heights Academy, will sign a National Letter of Intent to play college women's basketball at Shawnee Community College on Tuesday at UHA.
Before the home ballpark of the Lexington Legends minor league baseball team had its naming rights purchased and changed in 2010, it was known as Applebee’s Park.
Opening weekend might not have gone as the Hoptown Hoppers wanted, but coach Trey Porras isn’t discouraged after his team dropped the first two games of the season.
For the second year in a row, the Lady Warrior softball team has proven it’s the best in the Kentucky Christian Athletic Association.
The defending 2nd Region champion Christian County High School volleyball team wil hold an open gym today from 9-11 a.m. at Colonel Gym. Players must have a physical to participate and should arrive 20-30 minutes early.
You can’t spell “patience” without Pate, which seems especially appropriate with the naming of the 2014-15 Toyota of Hopkinsville Southern Pennyrile Wrestling Athlete of the Year.
For the fourth straight summer, the Hoptown Hoppers will shout “Play ball!” tonight, as the local Ohio Valley League squad takes the field for another season of collegiate wooden bat baseball.