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Today's Sports

  • PREP SOCCER: KHSAA releases...

  • PREP SOCCER: Soccer shakeup? (11...

    The KHSAA could shake up the state soccer scene today.

    During its monthly board of control meeting this morning in Lexington, the KHSAA team sports committee is scheduled to discuss a wide-reaching soccer alignment.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: John Hardin...

    The John Hardin Bulldogs realize they didn’t play the perfect game against North Hardin on Friday night. But after each game, they know there will be things to work on and correct and the 31-10 victory over the Trojans is no different.

    “We realize we have things to work on,” John Hardin senior defensive end Blake Cavinee said. “We always have something to work on even when we win. We will watch the film and see where we need to get better. We’ll get those things fixed and get ready for J’town.”

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Jaggers says...

    North Hardin coach Crad Jaggers saw the Trojans take steps forward in his fourth year over the program.

    The Trojans won six games for the second consecutive season and they recorded a playoff win for the first time since 2004, beating Bullitt East, 35-14. The Trojans also beat Meade County for the first time in Jaggers’ tenure.

    Although they lost to John Hardin, 31-10 on Friday night in the second round of the Class 5-A playoffs, Jaggers said he is encouraged by what he saw.

  • BOYS' PREP CROSS COUNTRY:...

    LEXINGTON With only two runners returning from last season’s top-10 squad, Meade County coach Larry Garner wasn’t quite sure what to expect from his Green Wave.

    How’s another top-10 finish sound, Coach?

    Juniors Will Strickland and Jacob Waldecker both had top-40 finishes to help Meade County finish seventh in the Class 3-A race during Saturday’s KHSAA State Cross Country Championships at the Kentucky Horse Park.

  • GIRLS' PREP CROSS COUNTRY:...

    LEXINGTON Hoping to contend for the girls’ Class 3-A state title, John Hardin senior Katie Lever increased her training regiment heading into track season this past spring.

    She put in more miles than she had before in hopes of capturing the state cross country title.

  • PREP FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: John...

    The North Hardin Trojans put a scare in the John Hardin Bulldogs, but that’s all it turned out to be.

    Trailing for only the second time this season, the Bulldogs rallied for two second quarter touchdowns and then put the game away with two more scores in the fourth quarter for a 31-10 victory Friday night in the second round of the Class 5-A playoffs at Bulldog Stadium.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Trojans feeling...

    Since all he keeps hearing about is how John Hardin is headed to the Class 5-A state championship game, North Hardin coach Crad Jaggers thought maybe he should chime in, too.

    He’s a little miffed his program is being overlooked, so he’s firing back with an interesting response.

    “Everybody is looking forward to the John Hardin-Bowling Green game,” Jaggers said Wednesday afternoon. “I’m looking forward to watching that myself, the John Hardin-Bowling Green game. I just hope they give me a ticket to that game.”

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Bulldogs not...

    The John Hardin Bulldogs realize what’s at stake tonight when they play the North Hardin Trojans. If they are going to achieve their ultimate goal, the Bulldogs understand they can’t take the Trojans lightly.

    Sure, it’s the same team John Hardin destroyed in the regular season Oct. 14. The Bulldogs jumped out to a quick 21-0 lead in the first 13 minutes and built a 37-7 halftime margin. That game means little to the Bulldogs now.

  • PREP FOOTBALL OPINION: Could...

    Some rivalries are built over time, while others are born. John Hardin versus North Hardin falls into the second category.

    As soon as John Hardin opened its doors in 2001, the Radcliff rivalry was born. The schools are separated by less than 8 miles. It only takes 12 minutes to get from one to the other. These two schools were destined to be rivals.