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Today's Sports

  • PREP HOOPS ROUNDUP: Lady Trojans...

    The North Hardin Lady Trojans dug themselves a 12-point deficit they could not come back from, falling to homestanding Louisville Central, 58-45 on Monday in the both teams’ season opener.

  • GIRLS' PREP HOOPS:...

    The high school basketball season doesn’t start until today, but the weekly Associated Press top-10 statewide rankings won’t be out for a few weeks — not until January.

  • OPINION: Extended playoff runs...

    The value of a deep playoff run in high school football is immeasurable.

    It has become an annual tradition for the John Hardin Bulldogs to be playing the day after Thanksgiving. They’ve done it eight consecutive years. John Hardin has reached the Class 5-A semifinals the last seven years, and in 2007, the state quarterfinals took place on Black Friday.

  • PREP GOLF: Hartlage picks...

    Black Friday is one of the biggest shopping days in the United States and Elizabethtown junior Lauren Hartlage found exactly what she looking for.

    Hartlage gave a verbal commitment to play golf at the University of Louisville. She was looking at Louisville, Kentucky, Notre Dame and Illinois, but felt Louisville was her perfect match.

  • VIDEO: Boys' prep hoops...

    Chuck Jones and Ryan O'Gara preview the boys' prep hoops season, which tips off Monday. The girls' season also begins Monday, and you can watch our preview here.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Coming up short...

    For a short while, Friday night’s Class 6-A state semifinal felt like the Region 2 championship the week prior.

    A perfectly executed pooch kick by freshman Luis Bravo, a Meade County recovery and an encouraging ensuing drive that reached inside Louisville Trinity’s 10-yard line.

  • PREP FOOTBALL OPINION: Meade...

    Does the musical group The Proclaimers ring a bell? What about the Baha Men, Chumbawamba or Dexys Midnight Runners?

    Maybe you’re familiar with them, maybe not. If you think I’m making them up, here’s why: They were all one-hit wonders, flashes in the pan. After nearing the top with a hit, none could duplicate that success afterwards.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Lewis, Gregory...

    When John Hardin began its football program in 2001, assistants Chad Lewis and Lance Gregory began their careers together under Mark Brown. They worked on Brown’s staff for eight years together when Gregory left to take the Graves County job.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Lewis: Offense...

    The John Hardin Bulldogs have had trouble at times moving the ball this season, but that wasn’t the problem Friday night.

    Instead, fumbles and penalties proved to be the difference in their 28-23 loss to Graves County in the Class 5-A state semifinals at Bulldog Stadium.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Bulldogs can...

    John Hardin’s defense had made a habit of making a play with its back to the wall to get off the field in the Class 5-A playoffs, but when the season rested on their shoulders Friday night, the Bulldogs couldn’t come through one more time.