Dominique Yates, The Courier-Journal

Dominique Yates

The Courier-Journal

Louisville, KY, United States

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Past articles by Dominique:

No. 2 Louisville women's basketball postpones Miami game due to positive COVID tests

The Cardinals are on pause due to COVID-19. Their next game is scheduled to be against Syracuse on Jan. 13. → Read More

WKU football bowl game 2021: Western Kentucky to face Appalachian State in Boca Raton Bowl

The Hilltoppers are searching for a second bowl win in three years. → Read More

Watch Malik Cunningham's incredible touchdown run on career night

Check out this insane touchdown from the Louisville football quarterback at U of L's 62-22 win over Duke. → Read More

Who's the tallest player in Division I basketball? This 7-foot-5 Kentucky native

The Hopkinsville native will have a lot of eyes on him because of his size, but hopes his play on the court will be even more impressive. → Read More

What Clemson coach Dabo Swinney feels is key to stop Louisville

Louisville welcomes in Clemson this Saturday. Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney hopes to keep the Cardinal's run game down. → Read More

Transcript of the full audio conversation between Louisville coaches Chris Mack, Dino Gaudio

When Louisville coach Chris Mack terminated the contract of former assistant Dino Gaudio, Mack recorded the conversation. Here's what was said. → Read More

Sacred Heart grad Brooke Forde returns to Louisville after earning silver medal at Olympics

After earning silver medal honors at the Tokyo Olympics, Brooke Forde is back in Louisville and held a meet-and-greet at Lakeside Swim Club. → Read More

COMING SOON: Courier Journal to launch ‘Prep Rally Podcast’ focused on high school sports

There's a new podcast coming to The Courier Journal and it will provide comprehensive coverage of high school sports in Louisville and Kentucky. → Read More

Former Trinity star Daylen Lile drafted No. 47 overall by the Washington Nationals

Former Trinity power hitter and U of L commit Daylen Lile is drafted to the major leagues. → Read More

St. Xavier's Trey Sweeney No. 20 pick to New York Yankees in Major League Baseball Draft

A state champion from Louisville is heading to the majors. → Read More

Former Manual cross country star Yared Nuguse qualifies for the Olympics

A former local standout in cross country is heading to the Tokyo Olympics. → Read More

NFHS exploring new changes to high school basketball with shot clocks dominating discussion

The National Federation of State High School Associations held an hour-long media opportunity to discuss topics moving forward. → Read More

Maxfield continues rise with win in Alysheba; Gift List takes Edgewood in Oaks undercard

Check out how the Kentucky Oaks undercard races went on Friday, from the Alysheba to the Edgewood and on until right before the big race. → Read More

Kentucky volleyball beats Texas to win first national championship in program history

The national championship trophy is heading to Lexington after the Kentucky volleyball team beat Texas for the program's first title. → Read More

'Playing for #5': Kentucky volleyball honors Terrence Clarke ahead of championship game

Before Kentucky took the volleyball court, they honored a fallen, fellow Wildcat. Terrence Clarke, a former Kentucky basketball player, died Thursday. → Read More

Louisville City FC's 2021 schedule revealed, includes 16 home games

Soccer fans will have plenty of chances to see LouCity at home this season. → Read More

Wyatt Foust steps down as Butler girls basketball coach

Foust steps down at Butler to pursue college coaching jobs. → Read More

Louisville City FC to participate in the US Open Cup's 16-team field

LouCity gets an opportunity to compete for more trophies in 2021. The club has been invited to play in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. → Read More

From Miami Hurricanes to Jeff Brohm: College football world mourns Howard Schnellenberger

Howard Schnellenberger, an iconic football figure coached Miami and built the foundation for success at the University of Louisville, died March 27. → Read More

Western Kentucky to face familiar foe in Louisiana Tech in NIT quarterfinals

The WKU Hilltoppers (21-7) are just one game away from being in the NIT Final Four, which would be their second appearance there. → Read More