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August 7, 2012 - 10:00am
The mascot tournament continues now as the Independent Private School bracket heats up.
As I type this imagine that there’s a microphone echo in my voice:Thank you for everybody’s return in the first ever Great Mascot Challenge, tonight we should be closing up the Independent Private School mascot bracket, with two mascots competing in a double header. If you’re...
August 6, 2012 - 10:00am
As we look at football seasons official August kickoff, isn't it about time to have a tournament where that always industrious mascot can truly shine?
Ladies and gentlemen, we stand on the precipice of an exciting time in our community and that time is the official kickoff of football season. Is football the current national pastime? I don’t know, but what I do know is that high school football is huge here in the bluegrass. From the big...
May 14, 2012 - 10:00am
Young baseball and softball fans of all skill levels are invited to join the official Cincinnati Reds summer camp, which will offer professional instruction and a full week of team- and friendship-building for the first time in Louisville this June.
If Baseball is the “American pastime,” the Cincinnati Reds are America’s team. They are the modern incarnation of the original Cincinnati Red Stockings, the oldest professional baseball team in the nation, and the celebrated organization continues to exude an awareness of its own...
January 8, 2012 - 8:24pm
Brown School comes up short in Shelby County tournament, losing streak continues.
At the beginning of the season I’m pretty sure Brown high coach Justin Leonard aimed for a more impressive mid-season record than 1-15, but that is exactly where his team currently stands. The Bears suffered a humbling defeat Saturday against Kentucky Country Day (6-8) in the Shelby County...