January 30, 2013 - 2:29pm
The annual Girl's LIT tournament started up yesterday at Bellarmine and with it one of the most prestigious events for high school girl's basketball in the area.
The University of Bellarmine once again began hosting the annual Girl’s Louisville Invitational Tournament or LIT beginning yesterday. With a first game tip off at 3:30, the tournament was for a number of area analysts up for grabs, as most teams are pretty evenly matched in terms of overall...
January 14, 2013 - 12:45pm
Derby Festival Classic Basketball tickets now on sale
The basketball stars of tomorrow play in Louisville every year. Here's your chance to look into the future.
Tickets are now on sale for the 40th annual Derby Festival Basketball Classic presented by Papa John’s and PNC Bank. The game will be at Freedom Hall on Friday, April 19th. Tickets are $16 and $11.Kentucky Derby Festival President and CEO Mike Berry calls the game the “oldest and best-...
November 27, 2012 - 11:00am
Paulie Miller is a true icon in the world of area high school sports and for good reason as his legacy is still seen years after his retirement.
In the annals of area high school athletics a reoccurring school is Flaget high school, which produced more than its share of legendary Louisville athletes through the years.Flaget disbanded in 1974, but in 1945 it was just working on building up its athletic programs, and as such the first full...
November 26, 2012 - 11:00am
Marty O'Toole is one of the most legendary figures in high school athletics in any sport in Louisville and for good reason. And those reasons are covered in this Sports legend of the Ville segment.
Recently the initial class of the Louisville Catholic Sports Hall of Fame was inducted, and along with Paul Hornung, Howard Schnelenberger et. al was all-star high school swim coach Marty O’ Toole.An iconic swimmer himself, O’Toole has made a name for himself as one of the most...
November 6, 2012 - 10:00am
Kentucky's Mr. Football is often directly related to performances in the annual state playoffs, with that in mind and considering the fact that the state opened this round of playoffs last Thursday, I felt it only appropriate to take a look at some of the 'Ville's Mr. Football honorees.
Last Thursday opened up the high school varsity football playoffs for Kentucky; all classes had teams on display for 1-A to 5-A, and in those various divisions a plethora of Louisville teams made their way into further rounds.However, this got me thinking about the crowning of Mr. Football for...