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Today's Sports

  • YOUTH BASEBALL ROUNDUP: EABC 7s...

    At least seven area youth baseball teams are still alive in the West Kentucky State tournaments.

    Semifinals and championship games are today across the state.

    CAL RIPKEN 7S. Both the Elizabethtown Area Baseball Commission and Meade County All-Stars are in the semifinals at University Drive Park.

  • YOUTH TENNIS: E'town Elite...

    The E’town Elite was already heading to the Southern Sectional Championships, but they wanted to qualify the right way — as champions.

    In what was the defacto championship match, the Elite beat George-town Herring, 29-21 to win the 14 intermediate division of the USTA Kentucky Junior Team Tennis State Championships on Saturday at Freeman Lake Park.

  • YOUTH LACROSSE: Tourney at...

    The NXT Events Lacrosse State Fair returns to the Elizabethtown Sports Park on Saturday and Sunday for more fast-moving madness.

    The event features 32 teams from five states: Indiana, Georgia, Kentucky, Missouri and Ohio.

    Competing in the four-team under-10 division are Commonwealth Kings Young Guns, Stickhead, True Kentucky and Young Braves.

  • PREP TRACK: Rules changes coming...

    At its June meeting, the National Federation of State High School Associations announced several rules changes — one of which will make several area athletes happy.

    The track and field rules committee proposed the ban on athletes wearing jewelry in competition be eliminated, and the rule was approved by the NFHS board of directors.

  • TENNIS: Junior team...

    After nine years, the United States Tennis Association Kentucky is moving its Junior Team Tennis State Championships out of Louisville.

    The tournament featuring eight area teams begins today at Freeman Lake Park and University Drive Park in Elizabethtown, the first time it has been held outside of Jefferson County.

  • MEN'S GOLF: Maffet finishes...

    Kris Maffet can now claim back-to-back finishes inside the top 10 at the Kentucky Open.

    A former Elizabethtown and Louisville standout, Maffet shot a 1-over 73 Thursday to finish with a three-round 218 to end up in a three-way tie for ninth out of 156 in the 95th annual event at the 7,157-yard, par-72 Hunting Creek Country Club in Propect.

  • YOUTH BASEBALL ROUNDUP: EABC 10s...

    The Elizabethtown Area Base-ball Commission 10-year-old All-Stars opened pool play in the West Kentucky Cal Ripken State Tournament with a 9-3 loss to Okolona on Thursday at Hodgenville City Park.

    Carson Scamihorn had three singles, while Reece Sherrard and Tanner Lafollette each had a single and an RBI.

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

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

  • 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.

  • 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.