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TaiJon Smith latest in long line of solid St. X running backs

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Being St. Xavier’s featured running back has been a premier role in Kentucky high school football for years, and TaiJon Smith is grateful for his shot at the position that so many talented players before him filled. 705 more words


Bob Huggins, Matt Painter visited Wilmington to see Jarron Cumberland

West Virginia basketball coach Bob Huggins and Purdue coach Matt Painter were at Wilmington last week to see Wilmington 2016 guard Jarron Cumberland last week, according to Wilmington coach Mike Noszka. 80 more words


Knott's Evan Hall commits to IUPUI

Knott County Central basketball player Evan Hall, one of the state’s most efficient players last season, has committed to IUPUI.

Hall said the Indianapolis area feels “just like home to me.” His aunt, who has been “big part in my life,” he said, lives in Indianapolis, and his club team, The Ville, played many times there in tournaments over the years. 209 more words


3 volleyball players from Louisville in top 100 seniors

Three volleyball players from Louisville have been ranked among the nation’s top 100 seniors by PrepVolleyball.com

Assumption High School’s Kenzie Maloney and Molly Sauer and Mercy’s Merideth Jewell made the list of the website’s “Senior Aces.” 79 more words


Injury derails Manual's Michael Nero for season

Manual High School senior Michael Nero, one of the state’s most electric running backs, will have knee surgery Monday and miss the rest of the season. 390 more words


New volleyball coach to teach Highlands new tricks

FORT THOMAS – Katelyn Sallee knows the importance of the setter position in running a volleyball offense.

Sallee played that position at Morehead State University, an NCAA Division I school in Kentucky, and now she’s taking her experience to Highlands High School to run the volleyball program. 364 more words


Eaton memories still strong for Harbaugh

In Jack Harbaugh’s two years coaching Eaton High School’s football team, his Eagles never lost a game at their Park Avenue home.

That included a 6-6 tie with Northmont that ranks as one of the highlights of Harbaugh’s tenure from 1964-65. 769 more words