CATS FALL TO DOCKERS: A gallant fourth-quarter effort was not enough as the Louisville Cats fell to Cincinnati 10.2.62 to 5.10.40 at Hays Kennedy Park on Aug. 17. For more details, click here.
CATS IN THE NEWS: The Louisville Football Club received a significant dose of local media attention on Aug. 9 when Tom Nord, the pop culture columnist for the Louisville Courier-Journal, profiled the club on the front page of the Features section. To check out Nord's impressions of footy and the LFC, click here.
SO HOW BIG WAS THE C-J's PIECE: Well, if you read it and tried to access the Web site that morning, you probably already know. For the first time in the history of the club, we had a Web outage that was caused by traffic. An unusually heavy load of visitors to the site caused the "Online Catland" to go down for several hours. We apologize for the inconvenience.
CATS GET SOME HELP, KEEP WINNING: For the nine members of the Louisville Football Club who made it to Cincinnati for the Cincinnati Cup on Aug. 3, the reward was the satisfaction of winning a game in the closing seconds. With literally the last kick of the game, Todd Boice's running shot from 30 yards out gave the Cats-St. Louis Blues a five-point victory over the Chicago Sharks and the runner-up spot in the Cincinnati Cup. For more information on the day, click here.