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Today's Sports

  • BOYS' PREP BASKETBALL:...

    The John Hardin Bulldogs’ quick hands helped them swipe their way to a blowout win and finish off their senior night with a bang.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL:...

    With host Meade County frantically trying to pull off a comeback in its regular-season finale Friday, Jordan Daniel channeled her inner Tiger Woods on Friday night.

    But instead of hitting clutch putts, the Central Hardin senior guard made – finally – some clutch shots.

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    Thomas Wilson said he’s just now getting into basketball shape, while Cheaney Schwartz has been fit for a while.

    Regardless of where they rate themselves on a physical scale, Meade County’s junior forwards combined for 34 points and 20 rebounds Friday to help the host Green Wave overcome another big night from Central Hardin senior guard Matt Nichols in a 65-58 win over Nichols’ Bruins.

    Wilson missed the first part of the season because of an injury sustained during football.

  • COLLEGE SPORTS: Barnhart speaks...

    Now that University of Kentucky athletics are starting to bring home championships, the school’s athletic director, Mitch Barnhart, hopes he can deliver on some updated facilities.

    That’s one major point he made to the nearly 40 people who attended Thursday afternoon’s Radcliff Rotary Club meeting at the Colvin Community Center in Radcliff.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL...

    Senior guard Natalie Greenwell hit three 3-pointers and scored a game-high 21 points to lead the sixth-ranked Elizabethtown Lady Panthers to a 69-35 win over visiting Lexington Henry Clay on Thursday night.

    Junior guard Kaylyn Cecil added 12 points and two rebounds, while senior guard Hannah Hart had 10 points, four rebounds, three steals and one block.

    Elizabethtown (25-3) won its second straight following a two-game losing streak.

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  • PREP BASKETBALL: 5th Region All-...

    From consecutive district tournament titles to state tournament berths, Elizabethtown senior Natalie Greenwell has accomplished many things in her prolific career as the Lady Panthers’ point guard.

    She added another accolade this week when she was voted Girls’ Player of the Year by the 5th Region Coaches’ Association.

  • PREP WRESTLING: LaRue in sixth...

    After the first day of the KHSAA State Wrestling Tournament at the Frankfort Convention Center, the LaRue County Hawks are in a good position to claim the school’s first state championship.

    The third-ranked Hawks sit in sixth place with 29 points, 13 points behind Day 1 leader Union Ryle and nine points back of two-time state champion Louisville Trinity.

  • Super Bowl winner in town...

    Addison Jo Blair is about to get some Super help in her battle with a cancerous tumor that stretches from her neck to her abdomen.

    Tim Masthay, a former University of Kentucky punter who won a Super Bowl ring earlier this month when the Green Bay Packers beat the Pittsburgh Steelers, will sign autographs from 10 a.m.-noon Saturday at Play It Again Sports in Elizabethtown.

  • PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Both...

    Junior forward Cheaney Schwartz had a double-double to help the Meade County Green Wave snap a two-game losing streak Wednesday night.

    Schwartz had 19 points and 12 rebounds as the homestanding Green Wave rallied from an eight-point deficit to beat North Bullitt, 70-52.

    Junior forward Thomas Wilson added 10 points and six rebounds, while junior guard Bo Wilson had nine points and six assists. Junior post Stephen Compton chipped in with nine points, junior guard Chase Garris had eight and sophomore guard Bryce Garris scored six.

  • 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.