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Today's Sports

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Lady Trojans...

    Richard Lawson wants to build stability and tradition – two traits he thinks the North Hardin High School volleyball program needs.

  • Boys of summer
  • Boys of summer
  • BASEBALL: Adcock demoted by...

    Nate Adcock has once again been demoted to Triple-A by the Kansas City Royals.

    The former North Hardin High School star was sent down to Omaha after appearing in three games since being recalled earlier this month.

    In nine games this season, Adcock has gone 0-3 with a 3.12 ERA and a 1.58 WHIP. Batters are hitting .307 off him, and he’s given up 31 hits with 13 strikeouts and 10 walks in 26 innings.

  • COLLEGE SPORTS: WKU coaches...

    Western Kentucky University football coach Willie Taggart was still in full recruiting mode when he arrived for Monday’s Toppers on Tour stop at the Elizabethtown Country Club.

    He’d had a busy day already, picking up his two sons – 10-year-old Willie Jr. and 5-year-old Jackson – from basketball practice and dropping them off at home before meeting with a four-star recruit and his parents in Bowling Green.

  • GOLF: Junior PGA Championship...

    Thirteen area golfers will compete in this week’s Junior PGA Championship qualifier at Bardstown Country Club’s Maywood Golf Course in Bardstown.

  • PREP BASKETBALL: Ford nets 10 in...

    LaRue County guard Kelton Ford opened the first Indiana-Kentucky Junior Boys’ All-Star game with a power-packed performance.

  • GOLF: Daniels, Hintons ready to...

    After not even qualifying for the Kentucky State Men’s Amateur Championship last year, Ryan Daniels thinks he’s could make a run for the title.

    Yes, he’s that confident in his game right now. Well, as long as he straightens out his drives.

  • OPINION: Richard had a smile no...

    Asked what he remembers the most about Jeff Richard, Matt Linton might have put it best.

    “He had that smile that nobody will forget,” Linton said.

    Anyone who came in contact with Richard – outside of the offensive linemen he tortured – would agree. Richard had one of those smiles that brought happiness and comfort to those he touched.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Former John...

    John Hardin High School coaches and student-athletes are shocked and saddened by Jeff Richard’s death Thursday. As news spread, the John Hardin community was trying to come to terms with it.

    “It’s one of the roughest days of my life,” said Landon Savoy, a football and basketball teammate of Richard’s. “All the memories fill my mind.”