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  • ALL-AREA TRACK: Central's...

    Christian Wright believes he’s found his niche in a race many coaches and athletes have said is the most grueling.

    A Central Hardin junior, Wright made the 800-meter run his race this season, transforming into one of the top 800 runners in the state.

  • ALL-AREA TRACK: Lady Trojans...

    Thinking back to her sophomore season, when she transferred to North Hardin after her family moved from Virginia, Kianna Gray recalled doubting Coach James Webb.

    Webb’s workouts were intense, perhaps a little too intense at times, and Gray – a self-professed oddball – didn’t know what Webb was trying to achieve by putting her through the rigors.

  • YOUTH BASEBALL: EABC 12s win...

    The Elizabethtown Area Baseball Commis-sion 12-year-old All-Stars went 2-0 over the weekend to advance to today’s final in the West Kentucky State Tournament.

    EABC awaits the Meade County-Breckinridge County winner in the first title game, which is set for 3:15 p.m. at University Drive Park.

  • TENNIS: State Farm E'town...

    The State Farm E’town Open will pack several area tennis courts this weekend.

    Most of the action Saturday takes place at the Freeman Lake Tennis Complex, while University Drive Park and American Legion Park will also be used. All Sunday matches are at Freeman Lake.

  • GOLF ROUNDUP: Hartlage defends...

    The Under Armour/Jeff Overton Championship has become one of Lauren Hartlage’s favorite summer tournaments.

    The rising Elizabethtown senior defended her title Thursday, holding on for a four-shot victory at Otter Creek Golf Course in Columbus, Indiana.

  • YOUTH ALL-STAR BASEBALL: West...

    The four-team Cal Ripken 12-year-old 50/70 West Kentucky All-Star State Tournament opens tonight with a pair of semifinals at University Drive Park in Elizabethtown.

    Elizabethtown takes on Meade County at 6 in Game 1, while Breckinridge County plays Barren County at 8 in Game 2.

  • GOLF: Dawson wins his division...

    A 30-minute weather delay gave Hodgenville’s Cameron Dawson the opportunity he needed to get himself refocused in the final round of the Kentucky Junior Amateur Championship.

    After bogeying the par-4 ninth hole, Dawson said his mindset wasn’t in the right place at Bardstown Country Club’s Maywood course. The break, though, allowed him regroup.

  • GOLF: Hartlage leads Indiana...

    Elizabethtown’s Lauren Hartlage fired a 5-under 67 to take a sizeable lead in the 36-player girls’ division at the Under Armour/Jeff Overton Championship at Otter Creek Golf Course on Wednesday in Columbus, Indiana.

    Hartlage has a two-day total of 137, putting her ahead by seven strokes over Madasyn Pettersen of Rockford, Illinois.

  • GOLF ROUNDUP: Dawson, Black in...

    Two area golfers are in title contention after the first round of the Kentucky Junior Amateur Championship.

    Hodgenville’s Cameron Dawson is in second place in the 56-player boys’ 15-16 division, while Elizabethtown’s Rebecca Black is in a two-way tie for second in the 24-player girls’ 16-18 division.

  • PHOTO GALLERY: Former North...