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Today's Sports

  • SWIMMING: Sampaio entering his...

    Dolphin Swimming’s final home meet of the season will also be Coach Mavi Sampaio’s last in the area.

    Sampaio tendered his resignation in April while choosing to stay on until August.

    His departure also means Elizabethtown High School will have a new coach in the winter and E-town Swim & Fitness Center will need a new aquatics director.

  • PREP SOFTBALL: Haley Ross, 27,...

    The winds of change are blowing through the Meade County softball field this season.

  • GOLF ROUNDUP: Hartlage advances...

    Having missed a few short putts earlier in her round, Lauren Hartlage wasn’t about to let it happen again.

    When the pressure mounted on the 18th hole in the U.S. Girls’ Junior, the Elizabethtown senior delivered a clutch par putt Wednesday.

  • YOUTH ALL-STAR BASEBALL: Five...

    Five area Cal Ripken All-Star baseball teams begin pool play tonight at various Ohio Valley Regionals.

  • BOYS' PREP HOOPS: Three...

    It was a big weekend for North Hardin soon-to-be junior forward Tony Jackson.

    Jackson has recently picked up three more NCAA Division-I offers as Eastern Kentucky, Illinois State and Northern Kentucky all jumped into the mix of schools looking to add the Radcliff native to their programs in two years.

  • BOYS' PREP HOOPS: Jack...

    It doesn’t take too much digging to understand the legacy that Edwin “Jack” Goodman left behind.

    He truly did it all.

    Goodman, who died Thursday at 85 years old, was a United States Army Veteran in the Korean War, an educator, a principal and an athletic director. He even taught Sunday school for 45 years.

  • GOLF ROUNDUP: Hartlage makes cut...

    Elizabethtown senior Lauren Hartlage finds herself nine shots out of the lead, but still among the top players entering today’s third 18-hole round of the U.S. Girls’ Junior at the par-70, 6,020-yard Tulsa (Oklahoma) Country Club.

    Hartlage, who has committed to the University of Louisville, shot a 2-over 72 on Tuesday after opening with a 1-under 69 on Monday.

  • GIRLS' PREP HOOPS:...

    Jada Stinson’s life revolves around basketball.

    The Elizabethtown junior spends every day on the court, sometimes anywhere from two to three hours, and she’s been doing so since she was 4 years old.

  • NFL: Former Elizabethtown star...

    Mitchell Henry has had a pretty momentous past few months.

    To kick off his summer, he graduated from Western Kentucky University with a degree in physical education. He later topped that by marrying his fiancé, Madison Hayden, at the end of June.

  • FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: Hogan (Meade...

    Former Meade County High School and NCAA Division-III Trine University football player Ryan Hogan won a gold medal Saturday as a member of the U.S. national football team.

    The U.S. went 4-0 in the International Federation of American Football in Canton, Ohio, earning a 59-12 win over Japan in the final at Tom Benson Stadium.