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  • 5TH REGION SOFTBALL: Central...

    By NATHANIEL BRYAN nbryan@thenewsenterprise.com With one swing of her bat, Hart County’s Savannah Trent ended Kristina Krupinski’s bid at a second no-hitter in three games Monday. And with one swing of her bat, Central Hardin’s Jordan Lasley further crowded the area’s home run leaderboard. Trent led off the game with a double, but Lasley’s towering sho

  • 5TH REGION BASEBALL TOURNAMENT:...

    By CHUCK JONES

    cjones@thenewsenterprise.com

    LaRue County baseball coach Chris Price knows every year he goes to the 5th Region Baseball Tournament draw, there’s a good chance he might have to face a 17th District team in the first round.

    Even if the Hawks avoid a date with one of the 17th District teams in the first round, like they did this season, it’s just delaying the inevitable most years. Price is well aware the Hawks will likely see a 17th District team in the semifinals, and possibly again in the finals if his team makes it that far.

  • 5TH REGION SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT:...

    By NATHANIEL BRYAN

    nbryan@thenewsenterprise.com

    With the sight of their new scoreboard behind the fence in center field and the smell of fresh paint wafting over from the foul poles, the Central Hardin Lady Bruins gingerly practiced Sunday afternoon as they prepared to host this week’s 5th Region Softball Tournament.

    Things behind the scenes were frantic. On the field, they were anything but.

  • 3RD REGION SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT:...

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    Meade County’s surprising 2-1 loss Saturday to Hancock County in the 11th District Softball Tournament title game wasn’t as detrimental as it could have been for the ninth-ranked Lady Waves.

  • GIRLS' PREP TENNIS: Sallee...

    By GREG CREWS

    gcrews@thenewsenterprise.com

    LEXINGTON — With their goal of making it to the third round already met, Lexy Hazle and Allision Riney looked to put a cherry on top Friday at the KHSAA Girls’ State Tennis Tournament.

    Alas, it wasn’t meant to be for Elizabethtown’s 9-16 seeded doubles team, which fell to Paducah Lone Oak’s fourth-seeded Haley Dallas and Katie Yates, 6-1, 6-0 indoors at the Lexington Tennis Club. The tournament was moved to after lightning chased players off the courts at the University of Kentucky.

  • PREP TRACK: Randles, Trojans...

    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com The target on P.J. Randles’ back grew even bigger Saturday at Central Hardin. The North Hardin senior won two events and finished second in another to help the Trojans repeat as Class 3-A, Region 2 champions. Randles won the long and triple jumps and finished second to John Hardin senior Brandon Bagley in the 110-mete

  • PREP BASEBALL: Could region...

    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com Defending 5th Region champion Elizabethtown could have a tough road ahead if the Panthers are going to repeat this season. The bottom half of the 5th Region Baseball Tournament bracket seems loaded with two 20-win teams and another on the verge of its 20th victory.

  • PREP TRACK: Successful day for...

    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com After being the only Central Hardin Lady Bruin to qualify for the KHSAA State Track & Field Championships last year, junior Mallory Chaney didn’t want a repeat of that experience. She won’t be alone this year as six of her teammates also qualified during the Class 3-A, Region 2 Meet at Central Hardin. Behind

  • PREP BASEBALL: Meade faces...

    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com The Meade County Green Wave are making their second consecutive trip to the 3rd Region Baseball Tournament and they are better prepared this time around. Meade County, which won the 11th District for the second straight year, was bounced in the first round of the region tournament last season, fal

  • KENTUCKY BASKETBALL: Cousins...

    By NATHANIEL BRYAN

    nbryan@thenewsenterprise.com

    DeMarcus Cousins played only one season with the University of Kentucky men’s basketball team, but the projected first round pick in next month’s NBA draft made an impact on Big Blue Nation’s fan base far bigger than his mammoth 6-foot-11, 292-pound frame.