Touchdown Friday Night - Week #6 Schedule 2017-09-22T03:43:19Z2017-09-22T03:43:19ZBy Kent Taylor, Sports Director (Source: WAVE 3 News) LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Here is the schedule of games that we will be covering on Touchdown Friday Night.North Bullitt (1-4) at Bullitt Central (3-1) 7:30 pm Atherton (3-2) at Fern Creek (2-3) 7:30 pm Providence (2-3) at Holy Cross (3-2) 7 pm St X (4-0) at PRP (4-0) 7 pm Trinity (5-0) at J'town (2-3) 7 pm Butler (4-1) at Male (4-1) 7 pm Clarksville...
LOUISVILLE, Ky.-The 2017-18 Street & Smith's basketball yearbook has hit the newsstands, and the Bellarmine Knights are ranked No. 4 in its NCAA Division II preseason rankings for men's basketball. Bellarmine junior forward Adam Eberhard also is recognized in the magazine as a preseason honorable mention All-American. Defending national champion Northwest Missouri State sits atop the rankings, which list only a top 10. Of particular interest to Bellarmine fans will be the rankings of No.
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Basketball Hall of Famer Bill Walton made a few stops in Louisville on Thursday. Walton was the featured speaker at a ribbon cutting for a new alternative care rehab center at Performance Fitness and Rehab, part of Baptist Health. The former UCLA, Portland Trailblazers, San Diego and Los Angeles Clippers and Boston Celtics star also talked some basketball. He was recruited to UCLA by former UofL head coach Denny Crum.
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