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Updated: 6/06/2012 7:22 pm
Karl Towns is in town.  Get your first look at the 2015 prospect in the Joe Craft Center and hear from the guys he's going against.

The Belmont Stakes position draw is set.

Tons of local talent is selected in the MLB Draft.  Hear from UK Head Coach Gary Henderson on the Bat Cats who were picked.

A station feud between Jennifer Schack and Alex Risen as Saint Xavier and Bishop Brossart square off in the state baseball tournament.

Plus a glimpse at Karl Towns and Coach Cal's son, Brad, in a game of horse.
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