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  • TRACK AND FIELD: North's...

    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com GREENSBORO, N.C. — Andrew Stewart is a national champion. A North Hardin High School junior, Stewart won the intermediate boys’ 1,500-meter championship Sunday at the USATF National Junior Olympic Track and Field Championships on the campus of North Carolina A&T State University. Stewart finished in 4 minutes, 5.31 se

  • GOLF: Niquette defends home...

     

  • GOLF: Elizabethtown's...

    By NATHANIEL BRYAN

    nbryan@thenewsenterprise.com

    ELIZABETHTOWN — Usually, it’s the mother who gives her daughter a hand-me-down, but Kim Hartlage is getting a hand-me-up from 11-year-old daughter Lauren.

    Lauren, a St. James Catholic School sixth-grader, has been named the Pepsi Junior Golf Tour’s Player of the Year for the under-12 girls’ division.

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  • PREP BASKETBALL OPINION: North...

    RADCLIFF— The North Hardin boys’ basketball program has faced its share of adversity since winning three consecutive 5th Region championships from 2001-03. In 2006, Chris Tharpe transferred to North Hardin only to be ruled ineligible by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association. The following year, James and Jamarious Sykes, who signed with Jackson State University, moved to Georgia prior to the start of the season.

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  • PREP SOFTBALL: Stunners force...

     

  • YOUTH BASEBALL: Meade 15s...

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    MATTOON, Ill. — The Meade County 15-year-old All-Stars’ stay at the Babe Ruth Ohio Valley Regional didn’t last as long as they would have liked, but that doesn’t diminish what they accomplished this season.

    Russell County eliminated Meade County with a 12-6 victory Sunday at Peterson Park.

    Meade County advanced to the Babe Ruth Ohio Valley Regional for the first time in league history. Meade County qualified for the regional by beating Logan County to win the West Kentucky State Tournament in Bowling Green.

  • PREP BASKETBALL OPINION: Irvin...

    RADCLIFF — I have to admit Cameron Irvin was one of my favorite players to watch. He did everything the right way. Irvin was relentless on the defensive end and did the things he was good at on the offensive end.

    Unlike many players in this day and age, Irvin wasn’t a trash talker. He went about his business on the court without uttering as much as a word.

    “Cameron was the ultimate team player,” North Hardin senior James Berry said. “He was the textbook teammate.”

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    By CHUCK JONES

    cjones@thenewsenterprise.com

    RADCLIFF — As news spread of Cameron Irvin’s death, North Hardin school officials and Irvin’s teammates on the Trojan basketball team were having a hard time coming to grips with his untimely passing.

    Irvin, 16, was killed Saturday night and three others were injured after they were struck by a vehicle while riding bikes along Lincoln Trail Boulevard in Radcliff. According to Radcliff Police Chief Jeff Cross, Irvin died at the scene.