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Today's Sports

  • GOLF ROUNDUP: Dawson out to...

    If it hadn’t been for going out of bounds, Hodgenville’s Cameron Dawson had the potential to card a really low score Tuesday. Instead, the rising LaRue County junior had to settle for a three-shot lead entering today’s final round of the Junior PGA Championship national qualifier at Bardstown Country Club’s Maywood Course.

  • IN MEMORY: Freeland remembered...

    Bob Shearer will never forget the infectious smile and personality of former Elizabethtown High School standout runner Wes Freeland.

    It was just one of the things Shearer, Elizabethtown’s cross country coach until his retirement in 1997, said always stood out about Freeland.

  • GOLF ROUNDUP: Area players in...

    Several area players will be at Bardstown Country Club’s Maywood Course the next two days in their quests to earn a berth in the Junior PGA Championship.

  • SWIMMING: Photo gallery of...
  • BOYS' PREP SOCCER: Parsons...

    The reigning Boys’ Soccer Area Coach of the Year will not have a chance for a repeat.

    After a meeting Thursday with retiring Elizabethtown athletic director Doug Barnes and Panthers coach Jon Parsons, Principal Steve Smallwood said the program will be going in “a new direction.”

  • PREP SPORTS: Barnes retires as...

    When Elizabethtown athletic director Doug Barnes retired two years ago, there were certain things he still wanted to complete during his tenure.

  • YOUTH BASEBALL: Giants'...

    Ryan Pyles’ parents (father Mike and mother Beth) and two older brothers (Davis and Ben) usually attend his baseball games, so seeing them University Drive Park was nothing new to the 12-year-old Giants third baseman, who was preparing to play in Game 2 of the Elizabethtown Area Baseball Commission’s best-of-three major league world series.

  • YOUTH SWIMMING: Host Dolphins...

    The host Elizabethtown Dolphins are off to a solid start entering today’s final two sessions of competition in the Summer Classic at E-town Swim & Fitness Center.

    Through Friday’s and Saturday’s first 54 events, the Dolphins had racked up 14 individual gold medals, 15 individual silvers, five relay golds and another relay silver.

  • YOUTH TENNIS: Singles Shootout...

    Two Central Hardin players who went to the KHSAA State Tennis Tournament in doubles showcased their singles ability Saturday at the Freeman Lake Tennis Complex, sweeping the Elizabethtown Tennis Commission Youth Singles Shootout under-18 titles.

  • PREP TRACK: Loss of North's...

    Area track & field coaches and athletes can breathe a sigh of relief. After three seasons of absolute domination, Kianna Gray is finally heading off to college.

    That’s good news for the rest of the area’s six teams, bad news for the North Hardin Lady Trojans.