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Today's Sports

  • MONEY & PREP SPORTS:...

    Josh Jaggers thinks he and his fellow coaches at LaRue County are the envy of schools across the area for one reason.

    When it comes to providing uniforms for its student-athletes, the funds are provided at no cost to the athletic programs thanks to an initiative introduced by the LaRue County Board of Education.

  • MONEY & PREP SPORTS: Gate...

    John Helton loves being the father of an athletic trio of siblings. What he doesn’t love is the strain it puts on his wallet.

  • PREP GOLF ROUNDUP: Thursday...

    BOYS: THOMAS NELSON 168, JOHN HARDIN 203
    BARDSTOWN — Results from Thursday’s nine-hole match at Bardstown Country Club’s Woodlawn Springs Course:
    John Hardin (203)
    Caleb Buchanan 46
    Brock Brashear 49
    Jadon Cox 54
    Jordan Hickey 54
    Tristen Athey 54

  • PREP GOLF ROUNDUP: Tuesday'...

    BOYS: HART COUNTY 7, LARUE COUNTY 4, GREEN COUNTY 1 (18TH DISTRICT FOURBALL)
    ROWLETTS — Results from Tuesday’s fourball matches from the 18th District Cup at the par-36, 3,188-yard Caveland Country Club:
    LaRue County (4 Points)
    Cameron Dawson 39
    Cameron Lasley 46

  • MONEY & PREP SPORTS: Pay-to-...

    Kentucky high schools are considered behind the curve academically, but they appear to be ahead of it financially for sports.

  • MONEY & PREP SPORTS: Coaches...

    Most high school coaches are teachers first, earning the bulk of their salary for their work in the classroom. While most didn’t go into coaching for the money, they are also compensated for their time spent developing their programs.

  • MONEY & PREP SPORTS: A look...

    Sports are a business, big business for professional and college teams. They generates millions of dollars every single year.

    In the business of sports, the area which has seen some of the most explosive growth in recent years is high school-level athletics.

  • MONEY & PREP SPORTS:...

    The high school football season begins every year with renewed optimism, dreaming of deep playoffs runs much like Meade County, John Hardin and Central Hardin had last season.

    While there is reason for hope, the football season also brings something else – a whole lot of expense.

  • MONEY & PREP SPORTS: The...

    In a game earlier this past season at Fort Knox, Elizabethtown baseball player Zeke Pinkham was in a tough spot.

  • PREP GOLF ROUNDUP: Monday's...

    BOYS: FRANKLIN COUNTY CLASSIC
    FRANKFORT — Results from Monday’s 85-player, 17-team Franklin County Classic (36 holes) at the par-72 Frankfort Country Club:
    3. Elizabethtown (325-316—641)
    T-13. Javen Thomas 76-79—156
    T-23. Kyle Jury 85-76—161