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Today's Sports

  • 18TH DISTRICT SOFTBALL: Lady...

    MUNDFORDVILLE — The LaRue County Lady Hawks ran themselves right out of Wednesday’s 18th District Softball Tournament championship game on the basepaths and in the field.

  • 17TH DISTRICT SOFTBALL: One hit...

    When her team’s season came to an end last year in the 17th District Softball Tournament quarterfinals against Fort Knox, John Hardin’s Season Plants said she suffered more than a few restless nights in the immediate days following.

    She likely slept better Tuesday night after the teams once again met in the district quarterfinals at John Hardin.

  • 17TH DISTRICT BASEBALL:...

    John Hardin junior Garrison McMillian didn’t have the best night in the field, but he made up for it with one swing of the bat.

    Tied at 5 in the bottom of the seventh, McMillian delivered an RBI single to lift the fourth-seeded Bulldogs to a 6-5 victory over the fifth-seeded Fort Knox Eagles in the 17th District Tournament quarterfinal Tuesday night on post.

  • 11TH DISTRICT BASEBALL: Meade...

    From the time Logan Hicks arrived to Meade-Olin Park on Tuesday afternoon, Coach Todd Clanton knew the senior right-hander was locked in.

    Was he ever.

    Hicks took a no-hit bid into the sixth inning as top-seeded Meade County knocked off the second-seeded Hancock County Hornets, 7-1 to win the 11th District Baseball Tournament for the second straight season.

  • 11TH DISTRICT SOFTBALL: Harreld...

    Maddie Tabor and the Meade County Lady Waves wanted this win for their coach, Mike Harreld.

    Not only was Tuesday night’s game at Meade-Olin Park for the 11th District Softball Tournament championship, but Harreld was sitting on 499 career victories.

    The top-seeded Lady Waves emphatically made sure he picked up No. 500.

  • PREP BASEBALL: Eyes tell the...

    Markus Bell’s brown eyes give you a glimpse of what he’s feeling. His eyes express the joy baseball brings. They convey the pain and disappointment of losing out on part of his sophomore season. They state the appreciation he has for a second chance and the happiness it’s brought him.

  • 18TH DISTRICT BASEBALL: LaRue...

    LaRue County’s hiatus from the 5th Region Baseball Tournament was short. Coincidentally, so was the top-seeded Hawks’ 18th District Baseball Tournament semifinal Tuesday against the fourth-seeded Caverna Colonels.

  • 18TH DISTRICT SOFTBALL: Lights...

    The lights went out on LaRue County’s game Tuesday night in Munfordville. They didn’t go out on the Lady Hawks’ season, though.

    With the third-seeded Hart County Lady Raiders batting in the top of the fifth on their own field, two-thirds of the lights went out, halting the game for 20 minutes.

  • ON CAMPUS: LaRue County grad...

    Kyle Caven (LaRue County grad) coached the Campbellsville men to the National Christian College Athletic Association’s men’s tennis team national championship May 8 at the Mobile Tennis Center in Mobile, Ala.

  • DISTRICT BASEBALL-SOFTBALL: Rain...

    Rain Monday morning and early afternoon wiped out the start of the 17th District Baseball Tournament at Fort Knox, the 17th District Softball Tournament at John Hardin and the 18th District baseball and softball tournaments at Hart County, but the 11th District tournaments at Meade-Olin Park in Brandenburg went on as scheduled.