Author: Fred Cowgill

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It's hard to argue with the preseason predictions. UK has all the ingredients to win a ninth national championship. [Read More]
Assistant coach John Schlarman is fighting for his life against an undisclosed form of cancer. [Read More]
The face of Churchill Downs passes away much too young, but his legacy lives on. [Read More]
Male Bulldogs prepare for 2018 season... [Read More]
Check out Louisville Senior Baseball! These 40-plus-year-olds play hardball twice a week in Okolona... [Read More]
WLKY's Fred Cowgill hosted his annual charity golf tournament—The Cowgill-Valvano Scramble Fore Cancer—Monday at Standard Country Club. [Read More]
The Silver Creek Dragons play in the 3A championship Saturday. [Read More]
Elizabethtown High School's Grayson Stinger—a three-sport athlete—is your Penn Station Athlete of the Year! [Read More]
The Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner is a mile-and-a-half, or 12 furlongs, from immortality. [Read More]
On Wednesday morning at St. X, the Kentucky Prep Basketball All-stars prepared for their two games against the Indiana all-stars Friday at Bellarmine and Saturd... [Read More]
Triple Crowns have been won in spurts. Could we be seeing another one now? [Read More]
In Ellis Park it is all about the babies. [Read More]
Kentucky Downs is located in Franklin, Kentucky near Tennessee and is likely the most unique race track in the United States. [Read More]
Some say Keeneland Race Course is the birthplace of horse racing. [Read More]
Over three decades of covering one amazing event I've been fortunate enough to make many priceless memories. [Read More]
The Fillies Running For Lillies Friday May 4th Could Draw 125,000 Fans... [Read More]
Kentucky Oaks 144 is May 4. [Read More]
The group working to bring an NBA team to Louisville spoke to local business leaders on Tuesday morning,... [Read More]
Chris Mack is in his first days on the job as Louisville's new head coach, and he's starting the Cardinals' 2018 recruiting class virtually from... [Read More]
April's Penn Station Athlete of the Year finalist is Mercy Academy swimmer Jaimie Thomison! [Read More]
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