http://www.thenewsenterprise.com/sports/rss.xml en PREP FOOTBALL OPINION: Central Hardin, Meade County looking like elite teams once again (9/2) http://www.thenewsenterprise.com/content/prep-football-opinion-central-hardin-meade-county-looking-elite-teams-once-again-92 <p> Tim Mattingly stood on the sidelines Saturday night at North Hardin, talking with his former players and coaches before the Meade County Green Wave blanked Louisville Doss.</p> <p> Just one night earlier, Larry Mofield sat in the bleachers at Bruin Field with his family and watched the Central Hardin Bruins dismantle John Hardin.</p> PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP: Panthers power past Knox, 10-0 (9/2) http://www.thenewsenterprise.com/content/prep-soccer-roundup-panthers-power-past-knox-10-0-92 <p> The Elizabethtown Panthers continued their strong start to the season, scoring three times in the first 8 minutes to propel them to a 10-0 17th District victory over host Fort Knox.</p> BOYS' PREP GOLF: Elizabethtown's Jury motivated by setbacks (09/01) http://www.thenewsenterprise.com/content/boys-prep-golf-elizabethtowns-jury-motivated-setbacks-0901 <img src="http://www.thenewsenterprise.com/sites/www.thenewsenterprise.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/kylejury1.jpg" alt="Elizabethtown&#039;s Kyle Jury drives the ball during last year&#039;s Boys&#039; 5th Region Golf Tournament at South Park Country Club in Louisville." title="Elizabethtown&#039;s Kyle Jury drives the ball during last year&#039;s Boys&#039; 5th Region Golf Tournament at South Park Country Club in Louisville." align="left" hspace="6" width="113" height="85" /><p> When Kyle Jury has had setbacks or failure, it has always served a purpose. Jury uses such moments in his life as motivation, driving him to become a better golfer.</p> PREP FOOTBALL OPINION: Monday Morning Quarterback, Week 2 (09/01) http://www.thenewsenterprise.com/content/prep-football-opinion-monday-morning-quarterback-week-2-0901 <img src="http://www.thenewsenterprise.com/sites/www.thenewsenterprise.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/mmqb.png" alt="" title="" align="left" hspace="6" width="79" height="85" /><p> <strong>GAME BALL</strong></p> PREP FOOTBALL: Meade County's defense passes Doss' test (09/01) http://www.thenewsenterprise.com/content/prep-football-meade-countys-defense-passes-doss-test-0901 <img src="http://www.thenewsenterprise.com/sites/www.thenewsenterprise.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/meadehelmet0.jpg_.jpg" alt="" title="" align="left" hspace="6" width="151" height="85" /><p> The only thing still undecided in the fourth quarter late Saturday night was whether Meade County could keep its season-long shutout going.</p> <p> Once the Green Wave did that, the question became: Is their defense on track to be as good as last season&rsquo;s, the one which led Class 6-A in points allowed per game?</p> PREP SOCCER NOTEBOOK: Newcomers having immediate offensive impacts (09/01) http://www.thenewsenterprise.com/content/prep-soccer-notebook-newcomers-having-immediate-offensive-impacts-0901 <p> Don&rsquo;t call it beginner&rsquo;s luck, but several players who are in their first year on their area teams are having immediate impacts, especially offensively.</p> GIRLS' PREP SOCCER: Mercer County tops John Hardin, 3-1 (09/01) http://www.thenewsenterprise.com/content/girls-prep-soccer-mercer-county-tops-john-hardin-3-1-0901 <p> John Hardin junior Zoe Lamberg tied LaRue County&rsquo;s Gillian Nunn for the girls&rsquo; area scoring lead Sunday with her 10th goal of the season and broke a tie with Nunn for the points lead with her 23rd point of the year, but it wasn&rsquo;t enough as the host Lady Bulldogs fell to Mercer County, 3-1.</p> PREP VOLLEYBALL NOTEBOOK: Central Hardin's Brangers sisters take the court together (09/01) http://www.thenewsenterprise.com/content/prep-volleyball-notebook-central-hardins-brangers-sisters-take-court-together-0901 <p> During the preseason, Central Hardin&rsquo;s Brittany Brangers asked her coach, Bill Rineker, for a favor.</p> <p> If the circumstances were right, Brangers wondered, could she have the opportunity to be on the court at the same time as her sixth-grade sister, Kelsey?</p> <p> Rineker thought it was a cool idea, and without making promises, told her that he thought it could happen.</p>