Bryan Station defeated Frederick Douglass, 3-0, in the 42nd District volleyball tournament semifinals at Sayre on Wednesday, October 18, 2017. The Defenders qualified for the 11th Region tournament and will play Henry Clay in the 42nd District finals.
Just past midnight Oct. 18, the statue of John Hunt Morgan was lifted by crane onto a flat-bed semi truck. The statue was one of two controversial Confederate monuments removed by the city of Lexington.
Phillip Gay, an actor/singer based out of Brooklyn, N.Y., performed during a meeting of Kentucky high school basketball centennial officials on October 17, 2017. Gay will play the lead role in "Bounce: The Basketball Opera," which will premiere in Lexington in November.
Watch Lexington Catholic players celebrate after defeating host Paul Laurence Dunbar in the boys’ 43rd District finals. The game was tied 1-1 after regulation and two five-minute overtime periods, resulting in a round of penalty kicks that Catholic won, 4-3.
95-year-old Elias "Shug" White is the oldest known horseman from the Kentucky Association track, which lasted more than 100 years in downtown Lexington. He made an appearance in the winner’s circle at Keeneland on Friday during the opening day of the fall meet.