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Today's Sports

  • MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL:...

    Dr. Dale Buckles said the rest of the Kentucky’s men’s college basketball programs welcomed the state’s newest program – well, sort of – with open arms.
    Buckles, Elizabethtown Com-munity & Technical College’s chief student affairs officers and a former coach of both Barons men’s and women’s teams, said it wasn’t that difficult to piece together the Barons’ 21-game schedule for this winter.

  • MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL:...

    Mike Brady remembers the itchy, short uniforms. The long road trips. The overwhelming opponents.
    But playing for the Elizabethtown Community College Barons from 1979-81 – the men’s basketball program’s final two seasons – still gave the former Meade County High School star and Hardin County resident plenty of reasons to make him look back and smile.

  • KHSAA STATE VOLLEYBALL...

    First-year Central Hardin coach Bill Rineker thinks the No. 17 Lady Bruins open this week’s KHSAA state tournament with an opponent that mirrors his team.

    He’s confident it’ll make for an interesting first-round battle.

  • PREP CROSS COUNTRY: North's...

    The lights at the Elizabethtown Sports Park kept playing tricks on Marcus Terrell.

    One second, the North Hardin junior thought Grayson County sophomore Bret Crawford was right on his tail. Another, Terrell thought Crawford had fallen off the pace.

    After running neck-and-neck for the first 2 miles Saturday night, Terrell began pulling away from Crawford and won the 69-runner Central Kentucky Run for the Gold in 16 minutes, 35.01 seconds. Crawford finished 5 seconds back in 16:41.72.

  • MEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER: ECTC...

    After playing one of their worst games of the season, the Elizabethtown Community & Technical College Barons soccer team rebounded with one of their best Saturday evening at the Mike Carroll Soccer Complex.

    Former John Hardin High School teammates Daniel Ruiz and Russ Mott hooked up for a “perfect” goal, Andrew Buckles shined in the net and the Barons held on for a 1-0 win – and a regular-season sweep – against Bellarmine University’s club team.

  • FOOTBALL FRIDAY UPDATE: Henry...

    After converting on the game’s opening possession and surpassing the 100-yard mark less than 10 minutes into the game, the Elizabethtown Panthers were held to less than 100 yards and did not score again over the final 38 minutes as the Henry County Wildcats pulled away for a 21-7 win in the next-to-last scheduled game at historic Doug Smith Memorial Stadium.

  • FOOTBALL FRIDAY UPDATE: John...

    LEITCHFIELD — With their backs to wall, the John Hardin Bulldogs made a huge defensive stand at the end of the first half, and they rode that momentum in the second half.

  • FOOTBALL FRIDAY UPDATE: Meade...

    Jonah Shacklette rushed for 175 yards and two touchdowns and the Meade County Green Wave amassed 278 yards on the ground in a 45-14 win over long-time rival North Hardin on Friday night.

  • FOOTBALL FRIDAY NIGHT: Nelson...

    BARDSTOWN – Central Hardin sophomore quarterback Koree Krupinski thought he’d recorded his third game-winning fourth-quarter drive this season.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Elizabethtown...

    If the Elizabethtown Panthers want to avoid another long trip to Bell County for the first round of the Class 3-A playoffs, they must take care of business at 7:30 tonight as they entertain District 3 rival Henry County.

    If Henry County wins, the Wildcats (2-6) will be the No. 3 seed and play at second-seeded Wayne County when the playoffs open Nov. 2.