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Today's Sports

  • PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP: Top-ranked...

    For at least a half Monday night, the Central Hardin Bruins played right with Louisville St. Xavier, the top-ranked team in the state.

    And then the Tigers remembered they’re the No. 1 team in the state.

    Host St. Xavier erupted for four goals in the second half as it routed Central Hardin, 4-0. The Tigers (5-0) outshot the Bruins (1-4), 20-4 as they recorded their third shutout in five games.

    Freshman keeper Garrett Kasey made eight saves in the first 70 minutes for Central Hardin, while sophomore reserve Andrew Schmidt made one in the final 10.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP: LaRue...

    The LaRue County Lady Hawks exploited visiting North Hardin’s lack of size at the net as they rolled to a three-set win over their 5th Region rival on Monday night.

    Junior Ivy Brown had five kills, two blocks and one ace as the Lady Hawks swept the Lady Trojans, 25-17, 25-11, 25-22.

    Seniors Miranda Hornback and Haley Holt and junior Melika Menard combined for eight kills to help lead LaRue County (7-2) to its second straight win.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Monday Morning...

    STOCK UP

  • PREP SOCCER NOTEBOOK: Major area...

    The first high school soccer game in the short history of the Elizabethtown Sports Park is on hold.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL NOTEBOOK: Lady...

    This might be the hardest and most stressful season Brian Walters has had to endure.

    John Hardin’s third-year coach opened the year going through two inaugural five-set matches, one at 17th District rival North Hardin in the Lady Bulldogs’ season opener and another against 5th Region foe Bardstown.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP...

    Tournament host John Hardin finished in second-place in the John Hardin Lady Bulldog Classic on Sunday afternoon, defeating Webster County 6-0 before suffering a 1-0 shootout loss to Mercer County.

  • BOYS' PREP GOLF: Daniels is...

    The word potential can imply immense talent, but at the same time, it can have a negative connotation if that potential is never reached.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: John Hardin runs...

    LEXINGTON — The John Hardin Bulldogs spent the week running in practice and then they ran wild against the West Jessamine Colts. Practice, after all, makes perfect.

    After John Hardin coach Mark Brown deemed the Bulldogs weren’t in shape after their season-opening win over Lexington Henry Clay, Brown pushed his team in practice with countless sprints.

    All the running paid off as the Bulldogs rushed for 452 yards on their way to a 70-27 rout of West Jessamine in the first game of the Republic Bank Bluegrass Bowl at Lexington Catholic.

  • PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP: Bruins...

    Sophomore midfielder Zach Fonda recorded a double hat trick as the Central Hardin Bruins routed visiting 17th District rival Fort Knox, 8-2 on Saturday.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Clark carries...

    Knowing just how potent the junior fullback tandem of Antwan Ferguson and Devonte Duncan were, the South Oldham Dragons planned to take them out of the equation in Saturday night’s game against Meade County.