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Today's Sports

  • MINOR LEAGUE FOOTBALL:...

    The News-Enterprise Wide receiver Jersey Stewart caught three touchdowns and quarterback Kendrick Johnson threw for three to lead the Kentucky Wolverines to a 48-13 win over the visiting River City Raptors on Saturday at North Hardin High School’s Ray Story Stadium. Back-up QB Bryan Miller had two touchdown passes for the Wolverines (4-1), while running back Moonie Cunningham r

  • YOUTH TENNIS: Annual singles...

    Singles tourney set for Saturday

    The News-Enterprise

    The Elizabethtown Tennis Commission’s annual E’town Youth Tournament is set for Saturday at the University Drive Park Tennis Courts.

    The six-division event – boys’ 18-under, girls’ 16-under, boys’ 14-under, girls’ 14-under, boys’ 12-under and girls’ 12-under – starts with eight matches at 9 a.m. There are 23 competitors in the mostly single-elimination tournament, which features consolation brackets for boys’ 12-under and girls’ 14-under.

  • PREP BASEBALL: Sticking to the...

    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com Central Hardin junior Levi McCamish is a creature of habit. No matter what McCamish does, there’s a structured order he follows. McCamish does the same routine prior to every game. He hits the same number of balls off the tee and in the batting cage prior to every game. McCamish plans everything down to the last detail. It’s n

  • GOLF: ECC in primo shape for Men...

     

  • PREP BASEBALL OPINION: Bruins...

    Spend any amount of time with the Central Hardin baseball team and the one thing you’re left with is how much they enjoy being around one another. During the regular season, coach Todd Thompson gave the players a rare off day besides the pitching staff. But one by one, the Bruins made their way to the field. Some wanted to take some extra swings in the cages. Some wanted to take

  • YOUTH SWIMMING: Dolphins'...

    By NATHANIEL BRYAN nbryan@thenewsenterprise.com Two years after it looked like the Summer Classic had lost its luster, the annual three-day meet at E-town Swim & Fitness Center is back and bigger than ever. The meet, which began in 1988, had less than 300 swimmers in 2008 before coach Mavi Sampaio took control of the Dolphins’ program. Last year, more than 400 swimmers com

  • GOLF: Local golfers on pace to...

     

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL...

    It’s been roughly a year since we last saw Darian Ditto on the basketball court, but that wasn’t her choice. The heir apparent in the post to former Elizabethtown High School and current Eastern Kentucky University star Alex Jones, Ditto was off to a solid summer in 2009 before a full ACL tear and partial meniscus tear in her right leg cut her season short before it ever b

  • GOLF: Clements, Hinton make cut...

     

  • TENNIS: Players, captains say...

    By NATHANIEL BRYAN

    nbryan@thenewsenterprise.com

    With her left Achilles throbbing due to tendonitis Wednesday night, E’town Fire Balls team member AnnLauren Fiepke went down the family tree to call in a reserve during her team’s inaugural match as Central Kentucky Team Tennis made its debut at Central Hardin High School in Cecilia.

    Fiepke, who just spent four consecutive days playing in the Joe Creason USTA Tournament in Louisville, asked younger sister and soon-to-be Elizabethtown High School teammate Natalie Fiepke to fill in for her.