Louisville met with their toughest competition to date on Thursday in a back and forth game at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium.
Last week, saw a lot of football and I thought it only appropriate to take a look at some of area schools.
Fans should have no trouble seeing this big screen from virtually any trackside seat at Churchill Downs.
Trinity and St. X's annual rivalry game proved to hinge around a close and steady game.
Keeneland’s fall meet opens Friday, Oct. 4, 2013.
Louisville showed off a bit of creative genius at the first annual Mini Maker Faire during Nulu Fest. Robots, games, rides and activities kept visitors busy and inspired throughout the day.
October means halloween, but it also means plenty of athletic activity in the Derby City, something I plan on taking a look at here.
Leigh Ann Fetter is today a hall of fame swimmer and for good reason as we dive into this Sports legend of the Ville.
Fort Larned showed his domination of the Churchill Downs oval with a romp in the Homecoming Classic Saturday night.
Tonight marks another chapter for high schools in town, in regards to their football teams. As such, I thought it only appropriate to take a look at the top teams and where they will be tonight.
Kentucky Oaks victor faces formidable foe Saturday in two-time champion Royal Delta
Churchill Downs September meet wraps up this weekend.