By CHUCK JONES firstname.lastname@example.org This will be a season of change for the John Hardin Lady Bulldogs, who will have a new coach on the sideline and a bunch of new faces in the lineup. Brian Walters takes over for Kristi Wells.
By JOSH CLAYWELL email@example.com It’s been nine long seasons since the Fort Knox Lady Eagles made it to the region tournament. With five starters back from last season, longtime coach Jackie Prather thinks the Lady Eagles can make it to the region tournament for the first time since 2001, when area teams were in the 2nd Region. “We’ve not
Meade’s Garris falls in playoff for title; North team runner-up By NATHANIEL BRYAN firstname.lastname@example.org After playing an incredible stretch of golf, Chase Garris had an inopportune time to struggle on his home course Saturday at the Green Wave Invitational. Garris, a Meade County junior, played his way into the lead late with an eagle on Doe Valley Golf Course’s 12th h
By NATHANIEL BRYAN email@example.com The LaRue County Lady Hawks had a breakthrough season last year, going 25-14. They were also the only area team to win a match in the region tournament. Combine that with the return of the reigning Area Coach of the Year (Ben Schell) and the No. 2 returning vote getter for Area Player of the Year (senior outside hitter Brea Huhn) and expectati
GOLF BOYS’ PREP SATURDAY’S EVENTS TAYLOR COUNTY CARDINAL INVITATIONAL CAMPBELLSVILLE — Results from Saturday’s invitational at the par-71 Campbellsville Country Club: 9. Elizabethtown (340) 23. Ian Black &
By JOSH CLAYWELL firstname.lastname@example.org Despite winning the last three Kentucky Christian Athletic Association state championships, longtime North Hardin Christian volleyball coach Cassie Holley feels the Lady Falcons have gone from the hunted to one of the hunters in the KCAA. That’s because Holley, entering her 11th season at the helm, views the new season