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Today's Sports

  • BOYS' 18TH DISTRICT...

    The LaRue County Hawks twice have shown deficits mean little to them when facing the Green County Dragons.

    It’s getting in those deep holes against Green County which is a concern as the second-seeded Hawks (12-11) host the third-seeded Dragons (10-16) at 8 tonight in the 18th District Tournament semifinals.

  • GIRLS' 17TH DISTRICT...

    Much can change in a decade. Presidents come and go as do hit songs and television shows. In sports, the same teams which won 10 years ago usually still aren’t on top today.

    That’s what makes what the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers have accomplished so extraordinary. They are shooting for an unprecedented 10th straight 17th District championship this week.

  • BOYS' 18TH DISTRICT...

    Not many districts in the state have had the balance and parity the boys have shown in the 18th District this season.

  • GIRLS' 18TH DISTRICT...

    In the past year, things have changed quite a bit in the 18th District.

  • GIRLS' 11TH DISTRICT...

    Under a new coach with a new system, and a stronger emphasis on conditioning, the season didn’t get off to best of starts for the Meade County Lady Waves.

    The defending 3rd Region Tournament champions struggled to find their footing under Whitney Hooper, who was hired after Josh Hurt accepted the girls’ job at Metcalfe County in July.

  • BOYS' 11TH DISTRICT...

    Last season is one the Meade County Green Wave would like to forget.

    They struggled under first-year coach Josh Henderson, enduring a nine-game losing streak in the middle of the season and their postseason aspirations looked bleak.

  • GIRLS' PREP HOOPS: No. 1...

    This season began much like previous ones for the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers. They had high expectations and certain goals they wanted to accomplish, the same way countless teams across the state start a season when hope springs eternal.

  • GIRLS' PREP HOOPS: Three...

    Last year, Meade County forward Morgan Turner went to the Mr. and Miss Kentucky Basketball Awards Ceremony in Lexington as an attendee.

    This year, she’s going as an honoree.

  • PREP HOOPS: Coaches in scramble...

    High school basketball coaches has become accustomed to dealing with wintry weather, but that doesn’t mean they like it, especially when it happens so close to the postseason.

  • PREP WRESTLING: Area coaches...

    North Hardin wrestling coach Joe Burroughs called it.

    With the majority of the state still buried under several inches of snow, and with another storm looming this weekend, the KHSAA made the decision Wednesday to postpone the State Wrestling Championships from Friday and Saturday to March 10-11 at Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.