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Today's Sports

  • FRIDAY NIGHT BOYS' PREP...

    The Elizabethtown Panthers looked like an inexperienced team in its season opener.

    With four new starters against one of the 5th Region’s top teams, the Panthers got off to a strong start, but the Taylor County Cardinals quickly turned it around in the second quarter and ended up pulling away for a 68-55 victory Friday night at Charlie Rawlings Memorial Gymnasium.

  • Taylor County tops E'town
  • BOYS' PREP HOOPS: Region...

    The Elizabethtown Panthers get a chance to see where they stack up in the region right away.

    The Panthers host the Taylor County Cardinals tonight at Charlie Rawlings Memorial Gymnasium in their season opener. It’s a rematch of last year’s 5th Region Tournament semifinals, a game Elizabethtown won in dramatic fashion 64-60.

  • PREP HOOPS ROUNDUP: Nichols...

    Junior guard Patrick Nichols scored a game-high 27 points and hit five of visiting Central Hardin’s nine 3-pointers, leading the Bruins to a 69-53 win over 5th Region foe Green County on Thursday.

    Nichols was 5-of-6 from long range for Central Hardin (2-0), which finished 9-of-20 from the arc.

  • PREP WRESTLING: Five area teams...

    His team having faced three squads ranked in the top 15 in the state last weekend, first-year John Hardin coach Josh Johnson believes that confidence will carry over into the Oldham County Super Duals, which begin at 10 a.m. Saturday. Finals start at 5 p.m.

  • GIRLS' PREP HOOPS: Lady...

    For the second straight season, the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers will face some of the nation’s top teams.

    This time around, they hope they’re more prepared.

  • GIRLS' PREP HOOPS: Second-...

    Coming off one of their worst losses and poorest offensive performances in program history, the Meade County Lady Waves wondered how they would react Thursday night at home against the LaRue County Lady Hawks.

    It took a little more than a half for first-year Lady Waves coach Whitney Hooper to get the response she was looking for.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Season filled...

    The KHSAA will crown state football champions in six classes this weekend, but for area teams, they are left to reflect on what was an exciting and interesting season.

  • BASEBALL: Mudd earns promotion...

    An area athletic trainer has gotten the call to the big leagues.

    Chris Mudd, who has served as a part-time athletic trainer for Hardin Memorial Hospital’s Therapy and Sports Medicine Center, was promoted in November to assistant athletic trainer with the Philadelphia Phillies, an organization he’s been with for 11 seasons.

  • BOYS' PREP HOOPS: North...

    First impressions count for a lot, and the North Hardin Trojans made quite a good one to open the 2014-15 season.

    What may have meant more, though, is how the team handled its first dose of adversity and its game-turning response.