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Today's Sports

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Schell, LaRue...

    For the past three years, LaRue County has been a force to be reckoned with on the 5th Region volleyball scene. Since coach Ben Schell took over in the 2008 season, the Lady Hawks have averaged more than 23 overall wins and more than 17 region victories per season, appearing in the region tournament every year.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Ditto comes...

    Shajuana Ditto is back home.

    After coaching two years at Taylor County High School, she has returned to her roots.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Senior-laden...

    There’s no substitute for experience and a deep Elizabethtown squad has plenty of substitutes with it.

    Coach Tim Hinkle graduated four players, all starters, from last year’s team which won 31 matches and advanced to the finals of the 17th District and 5th Region tournaments. And three of those four graduates were All-Area honorees at least once.

    But the Lady Panthers’ cupboard is far from bare.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Teamwork key to...

    Sophomore Justice Bayless hopes North Hardin High School’s volleyball team stays together like it did toward the end of last year.

  • PREP GOLF ROUNDUP: Taylor County...

    BOYS’ PREP

    TAYLORCOUNTY INVITATIONAL

    CAMPBELLSVILLE — Results from Saturday's 80-player, 15-team Taylor County Invitational at the 6,481-yard, par-72 Campbellsville Country Club:

    TEAM RESULTS

      7. Central Hardin                                       325

  • BOYS' PREP GOLF: North...

    Anthony Irwin made amends Saturday for a bad round. Ryan Daniels made up for a bad hole.

    A year after shooting a season-worst 86 and finishing in a tie for 25th in the Green Wave Invitational at Doe Valley Golf Club, Irwin was the only golfer in the 61-player field to break par en route to the title.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Area continues...

    Beth Cecil can dupe her 5th Region volleyball opponents.

    At 5-foot-10, the Bardstown Bethlehem High School senior doesn’t have the intimidating height for an outside hitter.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Will Central be...

    Wendy Boeglen thought she could transform Central Hardin High School’s volleyball program into an area power.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Lady Eagles...

    The Fort Knox Lady Eagles are going through a period of transition.

    For the first time in 18 years, Jackie Prather won’t be the head coach. Ramon Rodriguez, who moved to Fort Knox from Georgia, is the team’s second head coach – Prather is credited with starting volleyball on post.

    “We have just four returning players and we have 14 or 15 girls in the program so far,” said Rodriguez, who was in the National Guard for five years. “Hopefully we get a few more. They’ve worked very hard this summer.”

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: North Hardin...

    The North Hardin Christian Lady Falcons have played for the Kentucky Christian Athletic Association state volleyball championship each of the last nine years.

    They won three straight titles from 2007-09 and have finished runner-up a handful of times.

    With only four players back who saw significant playing time last season, that streak could be in jeopardy. North Hardin Christian, which finished runner-up to Hopkinsville Heritage Christian last season, lost nine players to transfers and one to graduation.