Today's Sports

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Jaggers looks for...

    Crad Jaggers has a Central idea on his mind.

    North Hardin’s football coach doesn’t like what’s happened to his team against the Central Hardin Bruins each of the last two years. They’ve gone from offensive juggernaut to offensively challenged.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: E'town...

    Lindsey Clement helped provide Elizabethtown’s volleyball team with two major late-set runs.

  • BOYS' PREP SOCCER: North...

    Feeling like a broken record, Jim Stone looked at his North Hardin team from across the Doug Smith Memorial Stadium sideline Tuesday night and implored his Trojans to calm down and slow down.

    That type of playing style doesn’t really jive with Darren Lewis, but the Trojans’ star senior striker made it work.

    After Ryan Caves finally broke open a scoreless affair, Lewis scored twice in the final 14 minutes as the visiting Trojans pulled away for a 3-0 10th District win against the Elizabethtown Panthers.


    The LaRue County volleyball team started off well Monday night, but couldn’t hold on in a 24-26, 25-23, 25-21 loss to visiting 18th District rival Hart County.

    Sophomore Ivy Brown paced the Lady Hawks (8-12 overall, 2-3 district) with 12 kills, seven assists and two blocks, while junior Haley Holt added eight kills and junior Lauren Meredith had 10 assists.

    Junior Miranda Hornback had three aces and three kills, while freshman Alexis Brewer had four kills.

  • PREP GOLF ROUNDUP: Monday's...




    HARNED — Results from Monday’s match at the par-36 front nine at Breckinridge County Country Club:


  • PREP FOOTBALL: Fort Knox hopes...

    The Fort Knox Eagles got a taste of just how quickly things can change Friday night in the annual Army Bowl at Fort Campbell.

    In a span of 3 ½ minutes at Fryar Stadium, the Eagles went from trailing 7-6 to down big as Fort Campbell senior Aaron Hills scored three touchdowns. He caught a touchdown pass, rushed for a score and returned an interception for another touchdown to turn what was a close game into a blowout.

    The Falcons (2-2) reeled off 41 unanswered points en route to a 68-26 win, their ninth straight over Fort Knox (1-3).

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER: Central...

    The Central Hardin Lady Bruins didn’t play a full soccer game Saturday, mainly because the weather was too bad.

    Back on the pitch Monday evening at 10th District rival North Hardin, No. 4 Central Hardin didn’t play the full 80 minutes again, mainly because Hannah Cox and the Lady Bruins were too good for the host Lady Trojans.

    Cox scored a career-high three goals, junior Mia Wiersema also had a hat trick and junior Haley Ennis was involved in three goals as well as Central Hardin earned a 10-0 mercy-rule win.

  • Locals surprised by rapid rise...

    For The News-Enterprise

    SEATTLE — A year ago, there couldn’t have been two more unlikely Major Leaguers anywhere than Nathan Adcock and Stevie Delabar.

    You would’ve had a better chance at hitching a ride on the space shuttle than to have the two of them make it to the big leagues.

    And for both to have come out of Hardin County, well … even the two participants are surprised in the extreme.


    The fourth-ranked Central Hardin Lady Bruins used a balanced attack to earn a 3-1 lightning-shortened win Saturday over the visiting South Warren Lady Spartans. There were 15 minutes left when a storm moved in.

    Senior Lauren Norton and sophomores Mia Wiersema and Sarah Norris scored for the Lady Bruins (9-1), winners of four straight.

    Norton and junior Olivia Thompson had one assist each for Central Hardin, which led 1-0 at the half and outshot the Lady Spartans (4-3) by 19.

    Central Hardin junior goalkeeper Savannah Haberman saved six shots.


    Tournament host LaRue County went 2-3 Saturday in the Abraham Slam Jam.

    The Lady Hawks (8-11) went 1-1 in pool play – losing to Washington County, 26-27, 26-24, 15-6 and beating Grant County, 25-18, 26-27, 15-9. LaRue County split its crossover matches – beating Fort Knox, 19-25, 25-15, 15-11 and falling to Harrison County, 25-16, 15-14.

    The Lady Hawks then fell to Edmonson County, 26-24, 25-17 in the single-elimination tournament. Harrison County knocked off Edmonson County for the championship.