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Today's Sports

  • COLLEGE SPORTS: The ECTC Barons...

    Students and alumni of Elizabethtown Community and Technical College have long held on to hope that college sports would someday return to Elizabethtown.

    Students have petitioned administrators to no avail in the years since the college stopped fielding teams.

    But with a growing campus and student body, the ECTC administration decided it was time to revisit the issue.

  • GOLF: Smaller field for Lady Bug...

    Lady Bug Invitational organizer Marilyn Maffet hopes a smaller field can produce some compelling drama Saturday.

  • GOLF: Bumpy opening day at PGA...

    Area golfers had a rough opening day Wednesday at the Junior PGA Championship qualifier at Bardstown Country Club’s Maywood Course.

    Only one of the 13 area golfers is within five shots of his or her age group leader and the rest are all six or more shots behind.

  • WOMEN'S GOLF: Smaller field...

    Lady Bug Invitational organizer Marilyn Maffett hopes a smaller field can produce some compelling drama Saturday.

  • NOTEBOOK: Wakeboarding returns...

    Wakeboarding is coming back to Freeman Lake Park in Elizabethtown.

    The Bluegrass State Games’ wakeboarding championships are Saturday. Entry fee is $50 per competitor.

    Divisions to be contested are: 9-and-under novice; 10-13 novice boys/girls; novice men/women; 9-and-under intermediate; 10-13 intermediate boys/girls; men/women intermediate; men/women advanced; men expert; men outlaw; women open; and masters.

  • GOLF: Clay Hinton still tied for...

    Just when he thought his short game was working well, Clay Hinton had difficulty sinking birdie putts during the second round of the Men’s Kentucky State Amateur Championship on Wednesday.

    One day after making five birdies, the former Elizabethtown High School standout and Transylvania University junior only had one at the par-71 Cardinal Club in Simpsonville.

  • GOLF: Clay Hinton tied for...

    Despite two double bogeys on his final nine holes, Elizabethtown resident Clay Hinton finds himself in contention after the first day of the Kentucky State Men’s Amateur Championship.

    Hinton fired a 1-under 70 Tuesday and is in a four-way tie for eighth place heading into today’s second round at the par-71 Cardinal Club in Simpsonville.

    The former Elizabethtown High School standout and Transylvania University junior was 4-over when he made the turn.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Lady Trojans...

    Richard Lawson wants to build stability and tradition – two traits he thinks the North Hardin High School volleyball program needs.

  • Boys of summer
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