« Page 1 2 3 4 5 »


Clarksville Providence wins Border Battle against CAL Centurions

September 18, 2011 • RIVAL SPORTS - KENTUCKY

The Clarksville Providence Pioneers wins the Border Battle against visiting Christian Academy of Louisville Centurions 42-21. The Pioneers racked up over 500 yards in offense.   More »

Butler and Sacred Heart have a solid hardwood clash between these two ranked teams

January 7, 2011 • RIVAL SPORTS - KENTUCKY

The Butler Lady Bears were able to hold off a late charge by Sacred Heart to notch their 11th win of the season.   More »

Presentation takes out four-time tourney champions Floyd Central in action packed overtime

December 30, 2010 • RIVAL SPORTS - KENTUCKY

After five seasons of playing in the Lady Highlander's Holiday tournament, Presentation will finally play for the championship after an action packed 11-2 run in overtime to take out the four-time defending champions.   More »

State runner-up Ballard gets a boost from DeVante Parker to down Trinity

December 16, 2010 • RIVAL SPORTS - KENTUCKY

Ballard's DeVante Parker broke off Trinity with a second half three-point scoring spurt to thwart off an upset by the Shamrocks. The win keeps the state runner-up Bruins undefeated on the season at 6-0.   More »

Trinity and 6A defending state champions St. X ready for second battle of the season

November 18, 2010 • RIVAL SPORTS - KENTUCKY

Watch Rival Sports Gridiron Clash coverage of the regular season match-up between Trinity and St. X. These two rivalry titans will battle it out for a second time this season in order to move on in tournament action.   More »

KHSAA's proposed district football realignment could find storied rivalries fighting it out in the s

October 5, 2010 • RIVAL SPORTS - KENTUCKY

If the KHSAA has its way, St. X, Trinity, Male and Manual could find themselves battling it out in district four next year.   More »

With 34,000+ in attendance Trinity Sham-rocked the 6A defending state champions St. X 48-0

October 3, 2010 • RIVAL SPORTS - KENTUCKY

The #1 ranked Trinity Shamrocks had a pretty big chip on their shoulder coming into the Great American Rivalry Series "Game of the Week" between St. X, having been beaten twice in one year, including the state championship. The Shamrocks whooped the Tigers 48-0.   More »

Top ranked St. X soccer team was able to avenge last year's only regular season loss to Trinity 2-0

September 30, 2010 • RIVAL SPORTS - KENTUCKY

It is always a tough pill to swallow when you are the defending state champions, but you are unable to own bragging rights in your own city for a full year when your only blemish on your season a year ago was to your fierce cross town rival.   More »

Louisville High School Football Showcase featuring schools and scores - September 24th

September 27, 2010 • RIVAL SPORTS - KENTUCKY

Louisville St. X and Trinity both win headed into this week's Great American Rivalry Series "Game of the Week" contest at Cardinal Stadium; Seneca's DeMarcus Smith has a big night despite the loss to Manual; Holy Cross remains unbeaten; Christian Academy, Collins and Valley have blowouts.   More »

St. X rallies late to disrupt Louisville Male's undefeated season by winning 14-7

September 19, 2010 • RIVAL SPORTS - KENTUCKY

St. X coach Mike Glaser had to rely on Sr. defensive back Daylen Hall to score the deciding touchdown against Louisville Male to end the Bulldogs bid for an undefeated season. First year Male coach Chris Wolfe has enjoyed the success of the season so far, but was really hoping to pull off the upset.   More »

Louisville High School Football Showcase featuring schools and scores - September 17th

September 19, 2010 • RIVAL SPORTS - KENTUCKY

Featured games - Seneca over DeSales in overtime, Trinity loses their first, Butler takes out Doss for 2nd year in a row, Holy Cross remains unbeaten, Bullitt East squeezes out a win over winless Shelby County.   More »

Former Louisville Male coach Bob Redman takes his worst loss with Jeffersonville 59-21

September 19, 2010 • RIVAL SPORTS - KENTUCKY

As if it weren't bad enough that Coach Redman had to suffer his worst loss as the coach of Jeffersonville, but his team allowed Floyd Central to defeat the Red Devils for the first time in seven years. Kyle Bramble for Floyd Central had 208 yards on 16 carries and three scores in the first half.   More »

Louisville's St. X drops its second in a row to Cincinnati's St. X 32-13

September 13, 2010 • RIVAL SPORTS - KENTUCKY

Cincinnati's St. Xavier hosting Louisville St. Xavier came away with a resounding win behind junior running back Conor Hundley’s 251 yards rushing on 22 carries and three scores. The host St. X held Louisville St. X to only 74 yards of total offense.   More »

Earl Driskell, longtime area coach, official, AD and Hall of Famer in Louisville passes away

September 13, 2010 • RIVAL SPORTS - KENTUCKY

Earl Driskell, who was the first baseball coach at Iroquois; hall of fame inductee for Kentucky High School Baseball Coaches, Metro Area Athletic Directors and soon to be Dawahares Kentucky High School Athletic Association, passed away from his illnesses.   More »

Louisville High School Football Showcase featuring schools and scores

September 5, 2010 • RIVAL SPORTS - KENTUCKY

Seneca swoops in for the win over Fern Creek; Male blocks extra point in overtime to hang on for the win; Holy Cross and DeSales both win setting up their showdown this week; Eastern, J-Town and St. X all win going away.   More »

« Page 1 2 3 4 5 »