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Today's Sports

  • WOMEN'S STATE AMATEUR: Gumm...

    Lydia Gumm and April Emerson are about to experience that old familiar feeling of déjà vu this morning.

    A North Hardin junior, Gumm beat Krissy Martin and Jessica Grace on Thursday during the Women’s Kentucky State Amateur at Miller Memorial Golf Course in Murray. Emerson, an Eastern Kentucky junior and former Russell County star, dispatched former Central Hardin and current Murray State standout Morgan Cross and Campbellsville’s Ellen Kehoe to set up a rematch with Gumm.

  • KGA/PGA JUNIOR PGA GOLF...

    BARDSTOWN — Errant tee shots kept Ian Black from closing in on the front of the pack.

  • JUNIOR PGA CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF...

  • WOMEN'S STATE AMATEUR GOLF...

    Not in a ha-ha hilarious type of way, but the funny thing about match play in golf is unlike stroke play, it’s possible to play well and lose.

  • AUTO RACING: Kentucky...

    LOUISVILLE William Irvin “Billy” Howell, who was inducted into the Kentucky Motorsports Hall of Fame last August at the Swope Cars of Yesteryear Museum in Elizabethtown, has died. Howell, who had battled cancer, died Tuesday. He was 72.

    Howell had been owner, operator and director of Billy Howell Funeral Chapel in Hodgenville.

    His stock car racing hobby began in 1962 at Louisville’s Fairgrounds Motor Speedway. He raced weekly there and won the 1975 season championship for new and late models.

  • WOMEN'S STATE AM: Akin,...

    Karisa Akin’s defense of her Women’s Kentucky State Amateur championship didn’t start off well Tuesday at the par-72, 5,707-yard Miller Memorial Golf Course in Murray, but the day quietly got better for the former Central Hardin High School and current Middle Tennessee State standout.

  • WOMEN'S STATE AM: All five...

    Morgan Cross was less than thrilled with her greens game Monday during the Women’s Kentucky State Amateur qualifying round at the par-72, 5,707-yard Miller Memorial Golf Course in Murray.

    But Cross was realistic about how much, or how little, Monday meant.

  • FISHING: Elizabethtown's...

    Elizabethtown angler Kevin Snider finished second to Chad Grigsby in the Walmart FLW Tour stop on Kentucky Lake on Sunday in Murray.

    Grigsby, from Maple Grove, Minn., beat Snider by 6 pounds, 8 ounces. Snider caught 20 bass weight 66 pounds, 11 ounces. He earned $33,287.

    Grigsby’s prize was $125,000 for his 20 bass weighing 73 pounds, 3 ounces. Grigsby won for the first time in 10 seasons as a pro.

  • PREP BASEBALL: Bruins soaking...

    The Central Hardin Bruins are on top of the high school baseball world in Kentucky.

    The Bruins won the Kentucky National Insurance/KHSAA State Baseball Tournament with a 21-2 rout of Mercer County on Saturday night at Whitaker Bank Ballpark. They accomplished something no area team has done since 1975 when Elizabethtown won the state title.

    “I’m speechless,” Central Hardin senior Austin Walters said. “It feels like a dream.”

  • WOMEN'S GOLF: Five area...

    While she certainly doesn’t mind being a more recognizable face on the women’s golf scene, Karisa Akin said last year’s Women’s Kentucky State Amateur championship has helped her in other ways.