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  • GOLF ROUNDUP: Hodgenville's...

    Top-seeded Kirk Schooley beat Hodgen-ville’s Steve Cox, 2 and 1 on Friday in the final of the Kentucky PGA Senior Match Play Championship at the 6,036-yard, par-67 Standard Country Club in Louisville.

  • PREP BASEBALL: Central Hardin...

    Central Hardin senior Xavier Arnette had a breakout junior campaign and now he’s getting a chance to breakthrough.

  • NOTEBOOK: North Hardin to play...

    Like young Simba, the North Hardin boys’ basketball team wants to be king.

    But instead of Simba’s pride of lions or his jungle, the Trojans are aiming to be King of the Bluegrass.

  • BOYS' PREP HOOPS NOTEBOOK:...

    Tony Jackson has picked up another Division-I offer.

    A rising 6-foot-4, 215-pound North Hardin junior forward, Jackson received an offer from VCU, one of the country’s top mid-major programs, last week.

    Trojans coach Mike Cofer confirmed the offer Tuesday night.

  • GIRLS' PREP HOOPS NOTEBOOK...

    USA TODAY is keeping its eye on Erin Boley.

    Boley, a rising Elizabethtown senior forward, has been selected to the national newspaper’s “60 for ’16.”

  • GIRLS' PREP GOLF:...

    With a little more than a month left before her daughter’s senior year at Elizabethtown, Kim Hartlage joked that her youngest daughter, 17-year-old Lauren, has already maxed out the family’s summer travel budget.

  • GOLF ROUNDUP: Wrist forces Gumm...

    With a solid showing last week near the Music City, Lydia Gumm thought she was turning up to defend her title in this week’s Women’s Kentucky State Golf Amateur Championship at Danville Country Club.

    But an ongoing thumb ligament ailment — on the same hand she had surgery on — forced her to withdraw from the State Am on Monday night.

  • BOYS' PREP HOOPS: Central...

    Central Hardin senior Patrick Nichols made a move between two defenders on his way to the basket like he has done hundreds of times before. But when he landed, Nichols knew immediately something wasn’t right.

  • GOLF ROUNDUP: Hinton wins title...

    Home-course advantage proved to be worthwile Thursday for Sarah Hinton.

    The rising Elizabethtown sophomore, playing on the same Elizabethtown Country Club course where the Lady Panthers host their prep matches, carded a 4-over 76 to win the 12-player girls’ 13-15 division in the Kentucky PGA Junior Tour Series’ ninth event of the summer.

  • GIRLS' PREP TRACK: North...

    Winning awards never gets old for Kianna Gray.

    It’s almost become second nature for the former North Hardin star sprinter/hurdler, who won 11 state titles in three years for the Lady Trojans.

    On Wednesday, Gray became a three-time winner of the Gatorade Kentucky Girls’ Track & Field Athlete of the Year.