There’s something new and exciting at Winston Academy that has brought out energy and enthusiasm for many of the girls in school.
Ron Swart and the Louisville Lady Wildcat softball team are in a bit of a rebuild in year two with Swart at the helm.
He was an assistant for the Lady Wildcats for a season before taking over the program and now Swart is putting it together how he wants it to be built.
Last week was something different for Tyrone Shorter and the Louisville Wildcats.
It’s year three for the Lady Wildcats volleyball program as popularity in the sport is picking up steam around Louisville High School.
Drew Smith has taken over as the head coach after spending the last two seasons as an assistant and the Wildcat alum is excited about the progress made over the last three years.
When Charlie Smith took over as first-year head coach for the Winston Academy fast-pitch softball team last season, he did so with some really good young talent.
Winston Academy capped a nice season in track and field by sending some athletes to the MAIS Overall State Championships last weekend and capping it with an individual state championship coming back to Louisville.
Four seasons ago, Justin Childs came back home to coach a program that he had grown up watching Farrell Rigby run from afar.