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Today's Sports

  • ARCHERY: Eight area schools...

    Eight area schools are among the 321 schools from 29 states and three other countries (Canada, Namibia, South Africa) going to Tennessee this week for the National Archery in the Schools Program World Tournament. The event, which features archers in the elementary school, middle school and high school divisions, runs Thursday-Saturday at the Music City Center.

  • 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.

  • YOUTH ALL-STAR BASEBALL:...

    Like a fine wine, the Elizabethtown Area Baseball Commission 10-year-old All-Stars have only gotten better with age.

    From finishing as a Cal Ripken West Kentucky State semifinalist as 8-year-olds to runner-up last summer, the next logical step in the team’s progression was to win the West Kentucky State tournament title.

  • YOUTH ALL-STAR BASEBALL: EABC...

    Entering Sunday’s semifinals in the Cal Ripken West Kentucky State 9-year-old tournament with an undefeated record, Elizabethtown Blue very rarely faced adversity.

    But with aggressive play on the base paths and a stellar pitching effort, St. Matthews gave the hometown team its first taste of defeat after downing Elizabethtown, 5-1 at University Drive Park.

  • YOUTH ALL-STAR BASEBALL: Grayson...

    A week ago, Crad Jaggers watched as his Elizabethtown Red All-Star squad fell into a big deficit early and couldn’t dig itself out.

    It nearly happened again Saturday in the quarterfinals of the Cal Ripken West Kentucky State 10-year-old Tournament, only this time Elizabethtown showed more resolve.

  • YOUTH ALL-STAR BASEBALL: EABC...

    An early deficit wasn’t enough to deter an undefeated Elizabethtown Blue squad in the Cal Ripken West Kentucky State 9-year-old tournament quarterfinals Saturday as the hosts scored 11 unanswered runs to come away with an 11-4 victory over Germantown.

  • YOUTH TENNIS: E'town Titans...

    For many members of the E’town Titans Junior Team Tennis, their past travels to South Carolina usually took them to Myrtle Beach to enjoy the sun and surf.

    Rarely, if ever, did they trek to Cayce to play tennis.

  • LACROSSE: State fair returns to...

    For the third straight year, the area is hosting one of the midwest’s premier travel-ball lacrosse tournaments as the Lacrosse State Fair returns to the Elizabethtown Sports Park on Saturday and Sunday.

  • GOLF ROUNDUP: Saltsman second in...

    North Hardin senior Lauren Saltsman (15-over 86) was second, North Hardin senior Michaila Barren (26-over 97) was third and Elizabethtown senior Peyton Lothery (28-over 99) was fourth in the girls’ 16-18 division Thursday during the Kentucky PGA Junior Tour Summer Series No. 21 stop at Louisville’s Iroquois Golf Course.

  • YOUTH ALL-STAR BASEBALL: Grayson...

    Down by two runs after the first inning, Grayson County could have stayed demoralized against the Elizabethtown Red All-Stars in pool play of the Cal Ripken West Kentucky State 9-year-old Tournament.

    But a second-inning rally proved to be more than enough for Grayson County to defeat the hometown squad, 15-4 on Thursday evening at University Drive Park.