Today's News

  • PREP WRESTLING: Green Wave return plenty of experience (11/29)

    The Meade County Green Wave return a wealth of experience from last season, but veteran coach Bob Davis doesn’t have too much confidence in his team just yet.

    Meade County enters the season ranked 16th in the state by kentuckywrestling.com and has four wrestlers in the top 10, but Davis is a little unsure of his team right now.

  • PREP WRESTLING: Holtsclaw back, but Bulldogs going through rebuilding year (11/29)

    The John Hardin Bulldogs are going through a rebuilding year under first-year coach Michael Mitchell.

    Leading the cast of returnees is junior Wade Holtsclaw, a fifth-year starter who will join the team in the coming weeks as football season just ended for John Hardin. Holtsclaw will bump up to 160 pounds this season.

  • PREP WRESTLING: Knox has just 11 wrestlers out (11/29)

    It’s been a long time since the Fort Knox Eagles have been able to fill all 14 weight classes.

    This year is no different as the Eagles only have 11 wrestlers out for the team.

  • PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Fort Knox splits doubleheader at Caverna (11/29)

    Sophomore Mike Powell scored 11 points and sophomore Chris Jackson chipped in with 10 as the Fort Knox Eagles beat 5th Region rival Caverna, 45-36 on Monday in both teams’ season opener.

    Junior Rashaan Allen added nine points, while freshman Anthony Little scored six.


    Fort Knox (1-0)

    Mike Powell 11, Chris Jackson 10, Rashaan Allen 9, Anthony Little 6, Mike Armstead 3, Brandon Franklin 3, Jessie Stewart 2, Dakota Williams 1.

  • PREP WRESTLING: Bruins return 13, still have five major holes to fill (11/29)

    The Central Hardin Bruins only have to replace five seniors from last year’s squad, but those five were a pretty talented bunch.

    Gone are Zach Heck, Robert Robey, Cameron McGaw, Kenny Richardson and co-Wrestler of the Year Kyle Terry. The quintet combined for 11 wins at the state tournament, and Terry was runner-up at 130 pounds.

    Terry also won four straight region championships from 2008-11.

  • PREP WRESTLING: Youth movement happening at North Hardin (11/29)

    Keith Smith enters his ninth season at North Hardin with one of the youngest lineups he’s ever had.

    Eight freshmen have moved up from the middle school program, which has flourished the last few seasons under the direction of assistant coach Joe Burroughs. Because of the development of the middle school team, the Trojans will be able to field a full 14-wrestler lineup for the first time in at least three seasons.

  • PREP WRESTLING: Hawks chasing first state title (11/29)

    The LaRue County Hawks have Feb. 17 circled on their calendars.

    Why, you may ask? That’s the day the KHSAA State Wrestling Tournament begins at the Kentucky Horse Park’s Alltech Arena in Lexington.

    A state championship is something that has eluded the Hawks in the past. But longtime coach Gary Canter thinks this team has the best shot of any he’s ever coached.

  • PREP WRESTLING: Newberry returns to lead Hawks on title quest (11/29)

    Ready or not, another high school wrestling season is upon us.

    The season officially began Saturday, but most teams don’t usually get started until the week after Thanksgiving break.

    Things kick into high gear this week as teams and individuals chase the ultimate prize: a state championship. It’s non-stop action from here until February, when the state tournament is held.

    Here’s a brief look at some of the changes and story lines shaping up for this season.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: North Hardin rallies past Hart in Corder's debut (11/29)

    With his team plagued by fouls early and struggling to make shots Monday night against the visiting Hart County Lady Raiders, North Hardin Lady Trojans coach Chris Corder implored his squad to keep playing hard and keep fighting.

    What happened in the final minute to mar this 5th Region battle, though, was quite literally the opposite of what Corder meant.

    A fight broke out with 47 seconds left and three players were ejected before North Hardin emerged with a 60-51 win in Corder’s debut as a varsity head coach.

  • E'town debates economic hardship

    The debate over classification may be an everlasting talking point for Elizabethtown.

    The topic reared its head again Monday night as members of Elizabethtown City Council engaged in a heated discussion over authorization of an economic hardship in the city that would lower the requirement of 70 percent food sales for restaurants to 50 percent. If the economic hardship is approved, restaurants still would need adequate room to seat 100 patrons.