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Today's Sports

  • PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP: Eastern...

    The 18th-ranked Louisville Eastern Eagles scored three first-half goals and held off the John Hardin Bulldogs, 4-2 in the first game of the Bulldog Challenge on Thursday night.

    Senior midfielder Alex Higdon scored twice for John Hardin (6-3-2), which lost for the second time in three games. Junior right wing Zach Jaquess and junior Brandon Peck each had an assist.

    Junior keeper Justin Hubert made nine saves for John Hardin, which outshot Eastern 13-12.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP: E'...

    Senior middle blocker Brittany Stokan and sophomore defensive specialist Rebecca Hepner combined to go 36-of-36 from the service line with 14 aces as they led the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers to a three-set win over 17th District rival Fort Knox, 25-6, 25-12, 25-7 on Thursday.

  • COLLEGE SOCCER: Both ECTC teams...

    Both Elizabethtown Community & Technical College men’s and women’s soccer teams will make history this weekend as they host their first home games. The men (1-0) host St. Catharine College’s reserves at 7 tonight, while the women host the unbeaten Kaskaskia (Ill.) College Blue Angels at 10 a.m. Saturday. Both games are at the Mike Carroll Soccer Complex in Elizabethtown.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP: E'...

    Senior middle blocker Brittany Stokan and sophomore defensive specialist Rebecca Hepner combined to go 36-of-36 from the service line with 14 aces as they led the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers to a three-set win over 17th District rival Fort Knox, 25-6, 25-12, 25-7 on Thursday.

    Stokan also had four kills and four blocks, while senior outside hitter Madison Lark added eight kills and three aces.

    Senior outside hitter Shayla Averitt chipped in with five kills and two blocks, and senior Kate Hula had four kills, four digs, three assists and two aces.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Meade hopes to...

    Warren Central has so many running back options that it’s making veteran Meade County coach Larry Mofield’s head spin.

  • BOYS' PREP SOCCER: Howard,...

    Both Austin Howard and coach Mike Wiersema admitted the Central Hardin junior left some goals on the table in Tuesday’s win over region rival Thomas Nelson.

    After a not-so-pleasant conversation with Wiersema, Howard feasted on those leftovers Thursday night on the road against a 17th District rival.

    Howard finished off his hat trick with 3:19 left on a shot that rocketed off the crossbar as the Bruins pulled away from the Elizabethtown Panthers, 5-0.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Lady Bruins top...

    Nearly a month after the season started, Central Hardin finally hosted its first home match.

    But there was more emotion during the rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner” than the No. 11 Lady Bruins displayed on the court Thursday night.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL/BOYS'...

    Senior outside hitter Leah Shartzer, junior outside hitters Justice Bayless and Marissa Quintana and sophomore libero Cassie Ferguson combined for 13 aces to lead the North Hardin Lady Trojans to a three-set sweep of visiting 17th District rival Fort Knox, 25-13, 25-14, 25-10 on Wednesday.

    Junior middle hitter Tashara Jackson added two kills, while junior setter Kadie Kimbrough and junior outside hitter Paige Shelman each had one.

  • OPINION: When a good rivalry...

    Rivalry games always seem to get players and fans blood boiling. Mention Kentucky to a Louisville fan and you’re sure to get a response. But sometimes people take rivalries too far.

    That is certainly the case with the local rivalry between Central Hardin and Elizabethtown. There was a photo posted on Facebook that showed 10 Central Hardin football players dressed in their jerseys — three with guns and one with what looks to be a baseball bat. In one photo, the players have the guns pointed at a mock player with an Elizabethtown shirt on.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: North deals with...

    This is a strange week for the North Hardin Trojans in terms of preparation because of playing on a Thursday as opposed to Friday.

    Not only do the Trojans lose a day of practice, they also had to deal with the Labor Day holiday. This week has been anything but ordinary for the Trojans, but North Hardin coach Brent Thompson is pleased with how his team has handled it.

    Especially coming off a huge 21-15 victory over Madisonville-North Hopkins. The Trojans haven’t been in a celebratory mood, but they’ve gone back to work to correct their mistakes.