Lafayette and Scott County win softball district titles, while Tates Creek baseball wins a thriller over Lafayette.
The Lexington Legends were able to hold on to the 7-5 victory over the Asheville Tourists on Sunday afternoon.
Alex Martens went 3-for-4 at the plate and drove in five runs to lead the No. 14 Kentucky Wildcats to an 11-1 win over Virginia Tech.
Kentucky falls to No. 2 Vanderbilt, 7-4, ending the 2019 season.
War of Will is the winner of the 144th running of the Preakness Stakes.
Sophomore pitcher Grace Baalman pitched a complete-game gem in the circle, as she powered the No. 14 Kentucky softball team into the 2019 Lexington Regional final.
Kentucky remains alive for the final spot in the SEC Tournament despite loss to Vandy, thanks to losses by Alabama and South Carolina.
Kentucky wins its way into the winner’s bracket of the 2019 NCAA Lexington Regional with a 7-2 opening day victory over Toledo.
All current upper-level season ticket holders will be selecting new seat locations for the 2019-20 season.
Boys Singles: Paul Laurence Dunbar’s Matt Halpin defeats Tates Creek’s Zach White to win fourth straight 11th regional championship Girls Singles Scott County’s Olivia Gallagher
Lexington Catholic Senior Dominique Morris is the 2019 winner of the Tommy Bell Award, given to the Most Outstanding High School Student-Athlete in the city of Lexington.
Kentucky junior left-hander Zack Thompson has been named a semifinalist for the Dick Howser Trophy.
Maximum Security jockey Luis Saez has appealed his 15-day suspension by the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission.
Abbey Cheek was named first team, Jenny Schaper and Alex Martens were voted second team and Katie Reed was announced to the third team.
Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert will seek his record-setting eighth Preakness victory Saturday with 5-2 morning line favorite Improbable.