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Past articles by Tom:

Sacred Heart girls basketball wins 3rd straight state title

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- After a scare in the morning semifinal, Sacred Heart girls basketball was at its devastating best in beating a good McCracken County team Saturday night at → Read More

Mercy wins, Bethlehem falls in KHSAA Sweet 16 opening round

Mercy advances in the tournament. → Read More

Lanesville High School girls basketball preparing for state championship game

And they're taking the whole community with them. → Read More

1st-year coach Ashley Franklin energizing Manual girls basketball

duPont Manual girls basketball is enjoying one its best seasons ever: 24-2 with one regular season game remaining before the postseason begins next week. → Read More

Hot first half shooting, Konno's career day sparks U of L over Clemson

The Cardinals made 10-of-16 shots from beyond the arc in the opening half. → Read More

Chris Barclay excited to be back coaching in the ACC and in his hometown

There's actually a third box checked for the husband and father of two girls. → Read More

Mykasa Robinson making the little things count at Louisville

The small things have always been big things for Robinson. → Read More

Last-second 3-pointer lifts Bellarmine over Eastern Kentucky, 72-71

The Knights won on a last-second shot. → Read More

Bellarmine men's basketball managers making a name as players

The Bellarmine managers are currently 6-0 and ranked fourth nationally in the manager game rankings that are put together by some former Michigan State managers. → Read More

U of L women make enough plays late to hold off Georgia Tech

Big buckets from Hailey Van Lith and winning plays from Mykasa Robinson helped Louisville to a 63-55 win over a pesky Georgia Tech squad Thursday night at the KFC Yum! → Read More

U of L women's basketball rally comes up short at Duke

A six-game win streak came to an end Sunday for Louisville women's basketball with a 63-56 defeat at Duke. → Read More

Louisville women's basketball make it six straight wins, defeat Syracuse 86-77

The Cards won their sixth straight. → Read More

Louisville area pickleball players helping grow the game as professionals

Louisville has a few professional players, including a pair who hail from different sports backgrounds. → Read More

Louisville golfer makes two holes-in-one in the same round

Beasley had not one but two holes-in-one in the same round. → Read More

Bullitt East quarterback Travis Egan wins Kentucky Mr. Football

Egan passed for nearly 3,000 yards and rushed for just under 1,000 in leading the Chargers to their first state football title. → Read More

Bardstown football looking to complete unbeaten season with a 3A state title

Bardstown has won four state titles in football, but it's been a while. → Read More

Holy Cross football glad to be 'home' ahead of new stadium opening in 2023

But the Cougars will be playing their home game against Crittendon County just slightly away from home. → Read More

Claire Chaussee has blossomed into a do-it-all leader for U of L volleyball

Claire Chaussee hopes to keep playing volleyball professionally in Europe, but she put that possibility off a year, deciding to come back for her Covid year at Louisville. And she → Read More

Donnie Stoner readies for his first 'The Old Rivalry' game as Manual's head coach

The first Male-Manual football game was played in 1893. 129 years ago and there's been 138 meetings. → Read More

Bellarmine, U of L hosting biggest tennis event in years in Louisville

The top collegiate tennis teams throughout the Midwest will gathe in Louisville this weekend for the ITA Ohio Valley Regionals. → Read More