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Today's Sports

  • BOYS' PREP GOLF:...

    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.

  • PREP FOOTBALL OPINION: Monday...

    GAME BALL

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Meade County...

    The only thing still undecided in the fourth quarter late Saturday night was whether Meade County could keep its season-long shutout going.

    Once the Green Wave did that, the question became: Is their defense on track to be as good as last season’s, the one which led Class 6-A in points allowed per game?

  • PREP SOCCER NOTEBOOK: Newcomers...

    Don’t call it beginner’s luck, but several players who are in their first year on their area teams are having immediate impacts, especially offensively.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER: Mercer...

    John Hardin junior Zoe Lamberg tied LaRue County’s Gillian Nunn for the girls’ 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’t enough as the host Lady Bulldogs fell to Mercer County, 3-1.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL NOTEBOOK:...

    During the preseason, Central Hardin’s Brittany Brangers asked her coach, Bill Rineker, for a favor.

    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?

    Rineker thought it was a cool idea, and without making promises, told her that he thought it could happen.

  • MEN'S COLLEGE SOCCER: ECTC...

    LOUISVILLE — The Elizabethtown Community and Technical College Barons men’s club soccer team’s record fell to 1-1 with a 4-2 loss Sunday to NCAA Division-III Spalding University’s junior reserve squad.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Bankhead, Graves...

    The North Hardin Trojans couldn’t have scripted a better start Saturday evening, building a 19-0 lead before the Louisville Western offense even stepped on the field, but what was even more pleasing to Coach Brent Thompson is how his team responded when adversity struck.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Central Hardin...

    Xavier Arnette couldn’t help it Friday night. He started crying.

    The tears of the Central Hardin junior fullback weren’t because of the cramps that forced him to exit the game twice, nor the result of numerous hits he took in carrying the ball 26 times.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Elizabethtown...

    BROWNSVILLE — After only playing less than two quarters last week in a 20-6 win, Friday night’s game at Edmonson County for all intents and purposes was Elizabethtown’s season opener where the coaching staff could see where the Panthers are.