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.
Although the area wasn't represented in Tuesday night's Major League Baseball All-Star Game at least a couple players with local ties were worthy of it.
Louisville Bats second baseman Chris Valaika will represent his team Wednesday night in the Triple-A All-Star Game in Allentown, Penn. He's a posterboy for hard work and resilience.
Former University of Louisville standout Terrence Williams could be the New Jersey Nets' point-guard-of-the-future after his performance in last week's NBA Summer League in Orlando, Fla.
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.
The Louisville Bats' bullpen lost a two-run lead, then lost the game on Wyatt Toregas' two-run homer in the 10th inning as Columbus clipped them 7-5 Sunday night.
The Louisville Bats improved to 8-3 this month with their victory over the International League West-leading Columbus Clippers on Saturday night at Louisville Slugger Field.
Louisville's women's flat-track roller derby team will try to record its first winning season Saturday night when DCRG takes on Rollergirls of Central Kentucky (ROCK) in Lexington.
Right-handed pitcher Edinson Volquez, making his fourth rehabilitation start with Louisville on his comeback from Tommy John surgery, gave up only one hit over seven innings as the Bats shutout Toledo 3-0 Friday night.
Angel McCoughtry, the second-year player out of the University of Louisville, has quickly become one of the best players in the WNBA. Saturday she'll participate in the league's All-Star game.
The Toledo Mud Hens scored four runs in the third inning, three in the sixth and two in the eighth to beat the Louisville Bats and starting pitcher Jesus Delgado on Thursday night at Louisville Slugger Field.
In his fourth start with the Louisville Bats right-handed pitcher Matt Klinker gave up only one hit over six innings as they beat Indianapolis for the fifth time in six games.