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Today's Sports

  • YOUTH SWIMMING: Manuela Sampaio...

    Manuela Sampaio earned her individual title and fixed her mental focus.

    Mary-Charlotte Pepper notched two top-three finishes, one in an individual event and another on a relay.

  • YOUTH BASEBALL: Okolona knocks...

    When the Elizabethtown Area Baseball Commission 11-year-old All-Stars came out on a hitting barrage Saturday morning, Skyler Lucas thought this was the offensive show that would ignite them.

  • YOUTH BASEBALL: EABC 12s...

    The Elizabethtown Area Baseball Commission 12-year-old All-Stars picked the wrong time to have a bad day.

    At the plate or in the field, Elizabethtown didn’t look like its normal self Saturday during the Cal Ripken Ohio Valley Regional quarterfinals at the Elizabethtown Sports Park.

    After scoring 52 runs in four games en route to winning the West Kentucky State Tournament, offense was even hard to come by against Southern Illinois champion Mattoon.

  • YOUTH BASEBALL: OVR 12s pool...

    OVR 12S

    ELIZABETHTOWNThe schedule for the 12-year-old Cal Ripken Ohio Valley Regional Tournament at the Elizabethtown Sports Park (F5 – Field 5, F6 – Field 6):

    POOL STANDINGS

    Pool 1

    1. Southeastern Lexington (Ky.), 3-0; 2. Mattoon (Ill.), 2-1; 3. Connersville (Ind.), 1-2; 4. West Louisville (Ky.), 0-3.

    Pool 2

  • YOUTH BASEBALL: OVR 11s pool...

    OVR 11S

    ELIZABETHTOWNThe schedule for the 11-year-old Cal Ripken Ohio Valley Regional Tournament at the Elizabethtown Sports Park (F6 — Field 6):

    POOL STANDINGS

    Pool 1

    1. Mattoon (Ill.), 3-0; 2. Janesville (Wis.), 2-1; 3. Elizabethtown (Ky.), 1-2; 4. Irvington (Ind.), 0-3.

    Pool 2

  • COLLEGE SPORTS: ECTC Barons...

    Having to leave campus to practice on a bumpy, unlined soccer field surrounded by a gravel lot, potential Elizabethtown Community and Technical College men’s and women’s soccer players harbored few delusions of grandeur Wednesday night during their first official get-togethers.

    Fourteen men and 11 women attended the practice, which was pushed back from its earlier scheduled start because of heat concerns.

  • YOUTH BASEBALL: Jeffersontown...

    Western Kentucky champion Jeffersontown led by two runs the rest of the game after scoring two runs in the bottom of the first as it beat Ohio champ Fairfield County, 7-3 in a Pool 3 game during Thursday’s opening day of the Ohio Valley Regional 11-year-old tournament at Elizabethtown Sports Park.

    Jeffersontown’s John Ullom went 2-for-3 with one RBI and one run. Brandon Tucker scored twice and stole a base.

    Fairfield County’s Spencer Knight, Jake Richards and Tyler Monk each had at least one hit and one run.

  • YOUTH BASEBALL: Effingham 12s...

    Northern Illinois champion Effingham put on an offensive show, pounding out 15 hits and scoring eight runs in the top of the third – after putting Western Kentucky runner-up St. Matthews in a 4-0 hole after half an inning – en route to a 15-0 mercy-rule win in four innings Thursday in a Pool 3 game during the opening day of the Ohio Valley Regional 12-year-old tournament at Elizabethtown Sports Park.

    The Effingham foursome of Lee Hardiek, Cody Jansen, Cody Grove and Jason Devore combined to go 8-for-8 with seven runs scored and five RBIs.

  • YOUTH BASEBALL: EABC 12s playing...

    Tyler Durbin sat around and watched as almost every team but his got to play on the fields Thursday at the new Elizabethtown Sports Park.

    As one of the hosts of the Cal Ripken Ohio Valley Regional tournaments this week, Durbin thought the Elizabethtown Area Baseball Commission 12-year-old All-Stars would at least get to take the field for their first pool play game against Newburgh, Ind.

    Mother Nature had other plans. Along with the Elizabethtown game, three others already in progress and four more evening games were postponed to today.

  • YOUTH BASEBALL: EABC 11s honored...

    When Dawson Swift made his first pitch at the Elizabethtown Sports Park on Thursday morning, he felt an immediate adrenaline rush.