• The High School basketball season is just around the corner and serval players from the Derby City have a chance to take home the state's biggest award, Mr. Basketball.
  • The Trinity vs. St. Xavier rivalry is one of the biggest in the country. On Friday night, 34,326 fans flocked to Papa John's Cardinal Stadium in Louisville (Ky) to watch the Shamrocks and Tigers battle it out on the gridiron. I was on hand to catch all the action.
  • DeSales' Garrit Leicht is one of the top players in the city of Louisville. The 6-foot-2 running back is off to a hot start this season. I spoke with DeSales coach Mark Sander about Leicht's game and his recruitment.
  • The Mr. Football award is one of the most prestigious awards a high athlete in the state can receive. Several players from the Derby City could find themselves taking home the award in 2010.
  • Friday is almost here and that means another exciting night of high football in the Louisville area. Here is a look at some of the top games this week.
  • Ryan Taylor is one of the top prospects in the nation. The 6-foot-6 forward announced last week that he would be transferring from Indianapolis Lawrence North to Louisville Western to play for coach Paul Handley, who is also the player's uncle. I spoke with Handley about Taylor's game. 
  • Football season is just around the corner and the city of Louisville features some of the nation's top prospects. Here is a look at 20 players to keep an eye on in 2010.
  • Iroquois' Jermaine Jackson is one of the top prospects in the state. The 6-foot-5 forward is starting to see his recruitment pickup. I caught up with Jackson and spoke with him about his game and his recruitment.
  • Eastern's Lyonell Gaines is one of the top prospects in Region Seven. Now the 6-foot-4 forward is looking for a place to play in college. I caught up with Gaines and spoke with him about his recruitment.
  • Eastern's Remy Abell is one of the hottest prospects in the state. The 6-foot-3 combo guard is starting to see his recruitment pick up. I caught up with Abell and spoke with him about his recruitment.
  • Eastern's Arman Marks is one of the top outside shooters in the state. The 6-foot-2 lefty helped lead the Eagles to a 22-9 record this past season. He currently holds two scholarship offers. Which schools are showing the most interest? I caught up with marks and spoke with him about his recruitment.
  • Eastern's Kameron Woods is one of the top prospects in the state. The 6-foot-9 center is improving his game and colleges are starting to take notice. I caught up with Woods this weekend at the HoopsFest.
  • Seneca's DaMarcus Smith is one of the top prospects in the nation. The 6-foot-1, 180 pound senior-to-be was forced to sit out his entire junior season after tearing his ACL last July. I caught up with Seneca coach Louis Dover and spoke with him about his player.  
  • Moore's DeOndre McWhorter is one of the top prospects in Region Seven. The 6-foot-9 center continues to work on his game and it's paying off. I caught up with Moore coach Larry Miller at the Derek Smith Shootout and spoke with him about his player.
  • Jeffersonville's Darryl Baker is one of the top basketball prospects in the country. The 6-foot-1 combo guard is being recruited by several of the nation's top college programs. I caught up with Baker recently and spoke with him about his game and his recruitment.
  • Jeffersontown's Desmond Dorsey continues to improve his game. The 6-foot-3, junior-to-be has had an outstanding spring and he hopes to continue his success in the summer. I caught up with Dorsey recently an an AAU event at the University of Louisville.
  • For the last three season's Eastern's Jon Davis has been one of the top prospects in the state. The 6-foot-4, 240 pound athlete committed to play college football for the University of Kentucky back in December. I caught up with Eastern coach Ken Whalen and spoke with him about his player.
  • Former duPont Manual and Jeffersontown standout Aaron Cosby is one of the top prospects in the nation. The 6-foot-2 combo guard played this past season at a Mt. Hermon in Northfield, Massachusetts.I caught up with Cosby and spoke with him about his recruitment and his summer plans.
  • The 7th Region was arguably the most talented region in the state last season. Now that Jeffersontown has gotten transfer Tony Kimbro, the 7th Region will once again feature some the most talented players in the state. Here is a look at the top 10.
  • Tony Kimbro made headlines around the state last week when he decided to transfer back to the city of Louisville and play his senior season at Jeffersontown. I caught up with Kimbro and asked him about his decision.
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