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Today's Sports

  • PREP WRESTLING: Landscape could...

    The landscape of high school wrestling in the Bluegrass could be changing over the next few years.

    From talk of splitting the state into two divisions based on enrollment to moving the state tournament away from Frankfort, changes could be inevitable.

    The biggest change – creating two classes – has been a hot-button issue for the last few years. But the motion has picked up steam since Louisville Trinity, a Class 6-A school in football, has won the last two state championships.

  • PREP WRESTLING: Robey out for...

    Robert Robey knows the pain of having a season cut short due to an injury.

    The Central Hardin senior knows what it’s like to be considered one of the best in the state in his weight class and the pressures that come with it.

    He remembers the day everything came to a screeching halt in practice when he injured his right knee, because the memory’s seared into his mind.

  • PREP BASKETBALL: No. 6 Lady...

    Elizabethtown ended its first losing streak this season and handed Grayson County its first home loss of the year.

  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL OPINION: Loss...

    LEXINGTON Beating the Kentucky Wildcats means something special to coaches and players who hail from the state, but go elsewhere. Maybe they felt snubbed or maybe they realize what wins over a storied program like Kentucky mean.

    If you think it doesn’t happen, look at Exhibit A from Tuesday night at Rupp Arena.

    With Mississippi State leading by five points in the closing seconds of the first half, a bizarre turn of events changed the complexion of the game and caused Bulldogs coach Rick Stansbury to lose his cool.

  • MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL: T.K....

    Even though he was in foul trouble, Cody Bridges knew the T.K. Stone Panthers were counting on him Tuesday night.

    Playing most of the second half with four fouls, Bridges scored 10 points and had two assists to lead the Panthers to a 47-28 win over the East Hardin Rebels in the eighth-grade boys’ basketball championship game of the Middle School Athletic Conference tournament at Meade County High School.

  • MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL: East...

    Not until the final buzzer sounded Tuesday night could East Hardin coach Ryan Reynolds relax.

    Justin Rouse and Ean Barker did their best to calm Reynolds’ nerves.

    Rouse scored eight points and had four assists and Barker hit three 3-pointers to lead the Rebels to a 39-26 win over the Stuart Pepper Green Wave in the seventh-grade boys’ basketball championship game of the Middle School Athletic Conference tournament at Meade County High School.

  • PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Lady...

    Lyndsay Whitlock and the LaRue County Lady Hawks can cross one of their preseason goals off the list.

    Whitlock scored 15 points and had six assists, five rebounds and five steals as the Lady Hawks broke the school record for wins with a 48-29 victory over 5th Region rival Washington County on Monday night.

    The homestanding Lady Hawks (23-3) broke the record set by the 1994-95 team, which went 22-8 and reached the 5th Region Tournament semifinals.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL:...

    Good thing for the North Hardin Lady Trojans, games aren’t won after the first quarter.

    Visiting Meade County jumped out to a nine-point lead after the first period, but North Hardin took control after that.

    The Lady Trojans used a 23-6 run over the second and third quarters and never relinquished the lead for a 58-49 victory Monday night at Ron Bevars Gymnasium.

  • PREP BASKETBALL: Rogers, Moore...

    Seniors Jermell Rogers and London Moore combined for 54 points, but visiting Spencer County defeated Fort Knox 88-78 Sunday afternoon and handed the Eagles their second straight loss.

  • PREP BASKETBALL: Saturday's...

    LaRue County’s Lady Hawks have tied their school record for wins.

    This week, they hope they can break it.