Four days after No. 7 Louisville suffered a disappointing loss on the road to No. 8 North Carolina, Rick Pitino decided to overhaul his starting lineup by replacing Deng Adel, Mangok Mathiang, and Jaylen Johnson with V. J. King, Anas Mahmoud, and Ray Spalding. Continue reading Mitchell and Cards Soar over Syracuse
By David Leveridge – 54th District Blog Representative
Hazard, KY hosted the the 54th District Championship. The game was hosted by Perry County Central being held @ the John C. Combs Arena, on Perry Central’s campus. The game featured two of the better teams in the region; the defending 14th Region Champs the Buckhorn Wildcats and the prohibitive region favorite, the Perry County Central Commodores. Continue reading The Battle of Perry County Crowns Perry County Central District Champ
The biggest matchup of the season for the No. 7 Louisville Cardinals, playing at No. 7 North Carolina, was a great opportunity to put themselves in position to not only win the ACC regular season title, but to be in a position for an all-important No. 1 seed in the upcoming NCAA tournament. A win would put them in the driver’s seat. Continue reading No. 8 North Carolina Handles No. 7 Louisville 74 – 63
Columbia, – MO.
The Kentucky Wildcats won their 5th game in a row Tuesday by beating the Missouri Tigers 72-62 in a close game in Columbia. The Cats came in riding a 4 game winning streak with a record of 22-5 on the year while Missouri brought a 7-19 record to the game. Continue reading UK Wildcats – Cat Fight in Missou
Usually, a team that shoots 59.1 percent from the field and hits 17 of their 26 three-point attempts for 65.4 percent stands a great chance of winning. All that got visiting Virginia Tech today against No. 8 Louisville was an opportunity to stay in the game until the end. Continue reading Cards down Hot Shooting Hokies 94 – 90
Athens, Georgia – Kentucky fights hard for 82-77 win over the Georgia Bulldogs, in a tough battle between two really good teams.
As in most arenas throughout the Southeastern Conference, the Georgia fans were hyped for a big time contest with the Kentucky Wildcats. A near capacity crowd helped by a couple of thousand Kentucky fans, made the atmosphere electric. Continue reading Cats out fight Dogs in big win over Georgia
Lexington, KY – The Kentucky Wildcats put the Tennessee Volunteers away early in a Valentine’s Day matchup in Rupp Arena Tuesday night before a home crowd of 24,391 winning by a final score of 83-58. It was their third win in a row improving their record to 21-5 overall and 11-2 in the SEC. Continue reading No Love for the Vols
No. 8 Louisville needed an extra five minutes to dispatch the feisty Syracuse Orangemen in the Carrier Dome. They also did it without the services of Donovan Mitchell for the last 3:01 of regulation plus the overtime. Continue reading Cards Survive at Syracuse – 2-14-17
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After missing four of its main players during Tuesday’s loss to Virginia, the No. 4 Louisville Cardinals had three of the four back against the visiting Miami Hurricanes. The biggest return was that of starting point guard Quentin Snider. Snider missed the last six games with a hip injury. He helped spur a second half rally with three big 3-pointers and finished with 13 points and four assists in 33 minutes of action. Continue reading Cards Rally to Beat Miami 71 – 66 – 2-12-17