Bunny Daugherty was a legend without question, and her legacy continues to live on.
Concluding my look at some of the local pioneers of football I take a closer look at the roster of the former NFL team, the Louisville Brecks
Today I continue my look at those early Louisville pioneers of football in this multi-parter (I'm pretty sure that's a word) sports legend of the ville segment
When football was in its infancy the city of Louisville had a large impact on the game. Here I look at some of those early local icons who were a part of the infant National Football League.
I'm already looking toward the Olympics, and as such have turned my attention to a local standout at the last "summer games."
Cyclocross has been gaining more attention in area sports, and this is set only to increase with one of the sport's biggest events making its way to Louisville.
Greg Page is yet another important chapter in the saga of area athletics, a boxing champ and so much more Page proved his work ethic and integrity inside and outside of the ring.
Bubba Paris is today known as a motivational speaker and football legend based out of California, but his story starts here in the Derby City.
Fred Pfeffer is a legacy in the baseball community, as such I thought it'd only make sense to take some time to look into this Louisville native.
Donta Smith is currently playing basketball around the world, lending his talents to teams both nationally and internationally but before all that he was a standout at Oldham County high school.
Ruddell Stitch has cultivated a true hero's legacy- and while he is known as a great boxer inside the ring he's probably even more so known as a great man outside it.
D.J. Johnson established himself as an athlete and a broadcaster but it all started in his hometown.