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Today's Sports

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL PREVIEW: John...

    Tiffany Walker is in her second season as John Hardin’s coach, but she feels like she’s back to Square One at times with the Lady Bulldogs.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL PREVIEW:...

    Bart Catlett’s not sure if his Eliza-bethtown Lady Panthers overachieved last season, but they sure didn’t settle for rebuilding.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL PREVIEW: LaRue...

    This season was supposed to be the start of a different era at LaRue County.

    With two All-State players graduating and the coach stepping down, a program which has averaged more than 21 wins over the last five seasons seemed to be in transition.

    Though Ivy Brown and Alley Evans have moved on to college, at least the Lady Hawks got their coach back.

  • GIRLS' PREP GOLF: Lady...

    The always challenging Central Hardin Lady Bruin Invitational is getting smaller, but that’s perfectly fine with coach and tournament director Chris Adams.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL PREVIEW: Central...

    Normally when a team returns nearly everyone, it can have a little bit of trouble focusing — especially early.

    Thanks to a flurry of young players, the Central Hardin Lady Bruins don’t have that problem.

  • PREP GOLF ROUNDUP: Thursday...

    BOYS: LARUE COUNTY 170, NORTH HARDIN 192
    VINE GROVE — Results from Thursday’s nine-hole match at the par-36 back nine at Lincoln Trail Country Club:
    LaRue County (170)
    Cameron Dawson 36
    Jacob Gentry 41
    Taylor Eastridge 46
    Cameron Lasley 47
    Keaton Puckett 49

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL PREVIEW: North...

    In her second season as head coach, Jessica Gunby is already more comfortable than last season.

    Stepping into the head coaching world was a little overwhelming to Gunby, and she already feels she is more prepared.

    Now, she wants the North Har-din Lady Trojans to do something they haven’t done since 2007: Finish over .500.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL PREVIEW: Two-...

    It was eight days after the Central Hardin Lady Bruins lost to the Green County Lady Dragons in the 5th Region Tournament final, and the Lady Bruins’ coach, Bill Rineker was surprised by the looks he was getting at the state tournament at Louisville Valley.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL PREVIEW: Fort...

    Ramon Rodriguez feels like he’s starting his first year of coaching at Fort Knox, even though he’s entering his fourth season.

    That’s because the Lady Eagles are arguably the youngest team Rodriguez has coached in his tenure on post.

    Fort Knox features six middle schoolers, including two who could start, on its 15-player roster.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL PREVIEW: North...

    For 10 straight years, the North Hardin Christian Lady Falcons enjoyed the spoils of advancing to the Kentucky Christian Athletic Association State Volleyball Tournament final.

    They won three straight titles from 2007-09 and finished runner-up seven times.

    But for the past two seasons, the Lady Falcons have bowed out in the semifinals.