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Does Point Guard Kennedy Chandler’s Move To Sunrise Christian Hurt UK’s Chances?

By LARRY VAUGHT Kennedy Chandler, the highest ranked point guard in the 2021 recruiting class, is leaving Briarcrest Christian in Memphis, Tenn., to play his senior season at Sunrise Christian Academy in Kansas. Kentucky is one of the finalists Chandler has listed as a potential college destination. At Sunrise, he’ll get to

Johnson Central Football Star Receiving Support From BBN & Some Other Big Name Schools

By LARRY VAUGHT Johnson Central offensive lineman Grant Bingham could be the rising in-state star in the 2022 recruiting class. He recently got offers from Notre Dame and Michigan to go with ones he already had from Kentucky, Cincinnati, Nebraska, Purdue, West Virginia, Arizona State, Western Michigan, Michigan State, Georgia Tech and

Calipari, Stoops Speak Out Against Racial Injustice Issues

By KEITH TAYLOR LEXINGTON, Ky. — John Calipari and Mark Stoops used their platforms to address concerns against racial injustice and the two Kentucky coaches shared their thoughts on social media regarding weekend protests across the nation sparked by the recent death of George Floyd. Peaceful protests have turned into riots in

Women’s Basketball to play Kansas State

LEXINGTON, Ky.- The women’s basketball SEC Big 12 Challenge matchups have been announced and Kentucky women’s basketball will once again take part. This time around, the Wildcats will play Kansas State.  This will be the first time Kentucky has played in the event since 2017 and the Wildcats first meeting ever with Kansas State. This Wildcat on Wildcat

State High School Teams Can Begin Meeting On Monday

By KEITH TAYLOR LEXINGTON, Ky. — High schools across the state can begin meeting with their athletic teams on Monday. The Kentucky High School Athletics Association Board of Control voted Thursday to allow team meetings of 10 or less June 1-14. Beginning on June 15, practices can resume for some sports on

Collett, Humes Named SEC’s Brad Davis Community Service Award Winners

  The senior baseball and softball athletes recognized for outstanding efforts off the field  Written by UK staff LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky baseball’s T.J. Collett and softball’s Autumn Humes have been named the Southeastern Conference’s 2019-20 Brad Davis Community Service Award Winners, the league announced on Thursday.   The school award winners are nominees for the Male and Female Brad Davis Community