The Catholic Sports Hall of Fame has inducted their second class and in many ways it looks like a who's who of historical local sports figures.
Opening Ballard's first home game of the season, they commenced an aerial assualt against Western
The Bowling Green Purples came into St. X on Friday night for another chapter in this storied rivalry.
As we get started into the high school football season, I thought it would be appropriate to take a look at early season rankings of area schools statewide.
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.
Mike Glaser is stepping down as football coach at St. X after this year, but his legacy remains. And more that that, so does he taking a new position at the school. And he is the subject of today's Sports legend segment.
With the start of football season, it only seemed right to get into some quick football news so without further adieu here we go:
Finally the great mascot challenge concludes with the six mascots who have won out either their brackets or divisions.
Today Paul Byrd acts as a life coach and author, but his career in baseball is what makes him a sports legend of the 'Ville.
Louisville native Chris Burke has spent his baseball career excelling whenever he got the opportunity.
Continuing to look at the athletic landmarks of the Derby City, I turn my attention to football.
Was former U.S. Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders added to the Catholic school's faculty?