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email@example.comNEW ORLEANS — Louisville sophomore center Gorgui Dieng knows his matchup with Kentucky center Anthony Davis could be critical to who wins Saturday’s Final Four matchup. Yet he insists even if Davis has a good game,¿Louisville could still win....
A game-by-game look at Kentucky’s 2011-12 national championship season, compiled by sports writer Mike Marsee: Kentucky 108, Marist 58 Nov. 11 at Lexington After winning two exhibitions by a combined 124 points, Kentucky kicked off the regular...
firstname.lastname@example.orgKentucky will open its season on ESPN in what could be the team’s biggest game of the year when UK¿plays at Louisville on Sept. 2. The game was originally slated for Sept. 1, but has been moved to a 3:30 p.m. Sunday kickoff for ESPN. This will be...
email@example.comThere could not have been a more beautiful day for Wilmore’s annual Easter-egg hunt at Centennial Park on Saturday, parks and recreation director Amy Fitch said. Dozens of children, from infants to 10-year-olds, convened at the park located...
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Sun Sports EditorGeorge Rogers Clark gave everything it had against rival Montgomery County, but came up short in a 3-2 loss to the Lady Indians Thursday in Mount Sterling. Montgomery County scored a run in the sixth inning that broke a 2-2 deadlock for the final margin....
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firstname.lastname@example.orgIf there’s one thing that coach John Calipari — and Kentucky fans — have to already know about Nerlens Noel is that he is fearless. Has to be. How else could he not be afraid to follow in the footsteps of Anthony Davis? The 6-11 Noel,...
Dr. John Baron Smith of Hazard, a board-eligible radiologist, has joined the staff of the Clark County Hospital. A graduate of Eastern Kentucky University and the University of Louisville medical school, Smith received his postgraduate training at the...
Sun Sports EditorKentucky freshman Kyle Wiltjer knows Kentucky can’t look ahead to Louisville. “We have to be ready every game, because every team we’re going to get their best shot, so we have to be ready mentally and physically every game,”...
email@example.comLEXINGTON — With all the hoopla that surrounds the Kentucky basketball program and the big future expectations many of the current Wildcats have, there’s still no place quite like home for the players at Christmas. “I can’t wait...
firstname.lastname@example.orgGeorge Rogers Clark seniors Adam Fatkin and Bopper Stenzel wanted to finish their careers on the big stage. They did just that. Although the Cardinals saw their season come to an end with a 62-39 loss to Louisville Trinity in the PNC Bank KHSAA Sweet...
email@example.comLOUISVILLE — Spencer Tatum is not expecting any last-minute telephone calls from Kentucky coach John Calipari, but if the Wildcats need anything during their stay at the NCAA Tournament South Region, he will be ready. Tatum, a Mercer County teacher...
Sun Sports EditorGeorge Rogers Clark coach Scott Humphrey was elated with his team’s performance in the quarterfinals of the Whitaker Bank Fort Harrod Classic Wednesday night. “It might have been the best we’ve played all year,” the Clark coach...
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