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Joshua Huff

Sports Writer

Location icon United States

My name is Joshua Huff and for the past six years I have spent time as a sports editor, sports columnist and as a writer covering high school, collegiate and professional sports. I have covered state championships, NCAA tournaments and have written features on athletes in the MLB, NFL, WNBA and the NWSL. Currently, I am in sports publishing for college sports. I have experience with page design, photography, editing and writing.

As Lexington's first home-grown Legend, Miller enjoying 'once in a lifetime' experience

Lafayette grad Anderson Miller at bat during his local debut with the Lexington Legends at Whitaker Bank Ballpark in Lexington, Ky., Weds., July 22, 2015. Photo by Matt Goins Herald-Leader As Anderson Miller strolled out of the clubhouse Thursday before an evening game against the Rome Braves, the newest Lexington Legend leaned his 6-foot-3 frame against the wooden stairs, looking the part of Kansas City's future center fielder.

Times Union
UAlbany basketball falls to No. 2 Kentucky, 78-65

University at Albany men's basketball coach Will Brown said his team would enter historic Rupp Arena without any trepidation. The result was a 78-65 defeat Friday at the hands of a young, but talented Kentucky team that's ranked No. 2 in the country. [...]

EKU tight end's refusal to back down earns him spot on NFL roster

Former Eastern Kentucky University tight end Matt Lengel is trying to make the Cincinnati Bengals. (Photo by EKU Sports) Matt Lengel had two options after he suffered his second consecutive season-ending knee injury early in the 2013 season - end his playing career at Eastern Kentucky University or come back for a sixth year of eligibility.

Charlotte 49ers fall to Kentucky in first game against Power 5 opponent

Kentucky running back Jojo Kemp keeps a grip on the ball as he is tackled by Charlotte linebacker Jalen Holt during the first half of an NCAA college football game Saturday in Lexington, Ky. AP Despite facing a Kentucky team stuck in the midst of a five-game losing streak, Charlotte underwhelmed Saturday during a 58-10 loss in its first program appearance against a "Power 5" opponent.

Louisville teen preparing for world competition in Lexington's Junior League Horse Show

Maisie Benfield placed second on her horse Size Me Up in Thursday's Saddle Seat Event of the Lexington Junior League at The Red Mile. She is scheduled to ride again on Saturday. Herald-Leader The rain trickled down the awning of the Zubrod Stables on Thursday as the morning session of the Junior League Horse Show at The Red Mile came to a close.

Jessamine Journal
Alone at the top, West girls' soccer crowned 2016 state champions - Jessamine Journal

Throughout the first 20 minutes of the 2016 state championship game between West Jessamine and Lexington Catholic on Saturday at Bryan Station, the realization amongst the considerable West fanbase was palpable: West was going to leave that pitch as state champions. Disregard the fact that the game was scoreless as the 20th minute of the ...

16-year-old Bellis could contend at Lexington Challenger event

CiCi Bellis sent a return to Serena Williams during their match at the Miami Open in March. "She's the best of all time," Bellis said after her 6-1, 6-1 loss. "It's pretty scary playing her." AP Most 16-year-olds aren't expected to become future superstars.

Former Kentucky star Gilliland excelling as pro soccer rookie, seeks shot at National Team

Arin Gilliland, left, of the Chicago Red Stars, owns UK records for shots and game-winning goals. She's helped the Stars to a first-place start. Chicago Red Stars defender Arin Gilliland's day begins at 8:45 a.m. It takes her, without traffic, about 10 minutes to make the drive from her home in Westmont, Ill., to the Red Stars' training facility in nearby Oak Brook.