Today's Sports

  • MOTORSPORTS: Hall of Fame's...

    The Kentucky Motorsports Hall of Fame will induct its fourth class Sunday at Swope’s Cars of Yesteryear Museum in Elizabethtown.

    The Hall of Fame’s mission is to honor, by public acknowledgement or commemoration, individuals, families, or teams who have merited recognition and distinction.

    The 2011 inductees, in alphabetical order, are:


    The Middle School Athletic Conference football season is under way.

    In Tuesday’s season openers, East Hardin earned a 32-12 win at Bluegrass, T.K. Stone notched a 14-0 victory over visiting West Hardin and Stuart Pepper left Vine Grove with a 28-20 win over North Middle.

    With seven teams in the conference, J.T. Alton was open. West Hardin plays again Saturday as the Lakers take on Louisville Westport at 10 a.m. at Campbellsville University’s Finley Stadium. Admission is $5.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Elizabethtown...

    Brittany Stokan and the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers had no problem serving up a season-opening win Tuesday against 5th Region foe Hart County, 25-7, 25-13.

    Stokan had a team-high seven aces to go with five kills and a dig. Erin Burch had a team-best 17 assists, while Darian Ditto had a block and a team-high six kills. Kimberly Morris added three kills and two aces.

    Elizabethtown, which was 44-of-49 from the service line, had nearly as many aces (17) as Hart County had total points (20).

  • PREP GOLF ROUNDUP: Tuesday'...




    SHEPHERDSVILLE — Results from Tuesday’s tri-match at the par-36 (front nine) Heritage Hill Golf Club:


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  • COLLEGE SPORTS: Injuries...

    Two Division-I products of Elizabethtown High School have seen their seasons likely ended by injuries.

    University of Southern California men’s basketball sophomore post Curtis Washington has been diagnosed with a left labrum tear and is slated to undergo surgery between Aug. 22-28 at USC Hospital in Los Angeles. University of Kentucky women’s soccer senior Jenna Goblirsch injured her right knee in practice Thursday, said Wildcats coach Jon Lipsitz.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: John Hardin...

    After a first-set win, John Hardin’s volleyball team nearly let itself relax a little too much. That’s a characteristic Lady Bulldogs’ coach Brian Walters wants spiked out of their system today.

  • BASEBALL: Mariners promote...

    Steve Delabar once thought his professional baseball career was over. Now the 2001 Central Hardin High School graduate finds himself one level below the major leagues.

    The Seattle Mariners have promoted Delabar from their Double-A affiliate in Jackson, Tenn., to their Triple-A affiliate in Tacoma, Wash. Delabar found out Friday before Jackson was scheduled to play at Birmingham, Ala.


    Seniors Nicole Lanford and Cheyenne Mills combined for 12 kills to lead the visiting Central Hardin Lady Bruins to a 25-12, 25-13 victory over 17th District foe Fort Knox on Monday.

    Junior Abbey Sorrells had six assists, while senior Elle Lallo chipped in with five assists. Junior Courtney Helton added six digs.

    It was Jeff Crady’s debut as interim coach. Crady took over the team when Wendy Boeglen suddenly resigned Monday afternoon.

  • BOYS' PREP GOLF: Monday...

    VINE GROVE — Results from the first day of the Hardin County Cup on the front nine (par 36) of Lincoln Trail Country Club:


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  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Central Hardin...

    In its successful 11-year history, the Central Hardin High School volleyball program had just one coach. Shortly before they began their 12th season Monday, the Lady Bruins suddenly had their second.

    Wendy Boeglen said she officially resigned Monday afternoon, just hours before the reigning 17th District Tournament and 5th Region Tournament champion Lady Bruins opened their season at district rival Fort Knox. Jeff Crady, who is in his eighth year on the coaching staff, was named interim coach.