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Today's Sports

  • YOUTH BASEBALL: EABC 7s, LaRue...

    Things got off to a rough start in the West Kentucky Cal Ripken State Tournament for two area 7-year-old All-Star teams Wednesday.

    The Elizabethtown Area Baseball Commission All-Stars lost to East Louisville, 11-3, while LaRue County fell to St. Matthews, 9-7 at University Drive Park.

  • GOLF: Maffet, Hicks, Harris make...

    Kris Maffet continued his climb up the 156-player leadeboard at the 95th Kentucky Open on Wednesday.

  • PREP SOFTBALL: Players, coaches...

    Coming on the heels of an injury to a high school coach’s daughter, the Kentucky High School Athletic Association recommended pitchers, first basemen and third basemen wear facemasks in softball next season during the KHSAA’s board of control meeting.

  • GOLF: Maffet in top 20 at...

    Kris Maffet finished last year’s Kentucky Open with a vengeance, tying for second at The Club at Old Stone in Bowling Green.

    He started this year’s 95th event at Hunting Creek Country Club in Propect in a similar fashion.

  • YOUTH BASEBALL: West Kentucky...

    The Cal Ripken and Babe Ruth West Kentucky State tournaments get started tonight as pool play in the 15-year-old bracket begins at Germantown Park in Louisville.

    The Elizabethtown Area Baseball Commission All-Stars are in Pool B and plays Highview at 6 tonight and Owensboro-Daviess County at 2 p.m. Friday.

  • TENNIS: Junior team state...

    The junior team tennis state tournaments are being held in the area for the first time this weekend and the host teams stand a strong chance of keeping the title from leaving town.

  • GOLF: Twelve area men in...

    Looking around the course today for the first round of the 95th Kentucky Open at Hunting Creek Country Club in Propect, it won’t be hard to find a local face.

    Of the 156 players in the field, 12 have area ties and two of the 52 threesomes feature multiple area players.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER: Central...

    G.C. Burkhead Elementary School found a new leader by simply looking toward the man in charge of the powerhouse Central Hardin girls’ soccer program.

    Entering what would have been his eighth season with the Lady Bruins, Hal Bender told his team late last week he was stepping down because he had been named an assistant principal at G.C. Burkhead.

  • Former prep stars Kelly, Lofton...

    Just a little over 10 years ago, Crystal Kelly and Chris Lofton stood together and posed for photographs after the pair won the 2004 Miss Basketball and Mr. Basketball.

    It was only fitting the next time they saw each other was Saturday night at the Historic State Theater in downtown Elizabethtown as both were inducted into the Kentucky High School Basketball Hall of Fame.

  • YOUTH BASEBALL ROUNDUP: EABC 10s...

    After six lead changes, the championship in the 10-year-old Cal Ripken District 7 Tournament came down to a bases-loaded walk.

    Kaden Fergerson walked in Conner Kingery, lifting the Elizabethtown Area Baseball Commission All-Stars to a 4-3 win in nine innings over Meade County on Friday night at Ramsey Field in Brandenburg.