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Today's Sports

  • PREP FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Luster...

    Kaylon Luster felt like the weight of the world was on his shoulders last season.

    As a freshman, Luster felt as if he was asked to do too much on both sides of the ball for the Fort Knox Eagles.

  • PREP FOOTBALL PREVIEW: The Fort...

    All things are new at Fort Knox.

    From a new coach to a new class to new uniforms and a revamped roster, the Eagles are getting a fresh start in 2015.

    Gone is Brandon Combs, the man who coached two stints at Fort Knox. He’s replaced by Sam Wilson, a longtime assistant who was promoted earlier this offseason.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER PREVIEW...

    A team-by-team glance at the eight girls' soccer programs in The News-Enterprise's coverage area, with contributions by Lawrence Barreca (Central Hardin, Meade County), Nathaniel Bryan (Elizabethtown, LaRue County), Josh Claywell (Fort Knox, Grayson County) and Chuck Jones (John Hardin, North Hardin):

  • BOYS' PREP SOCCER PREVIEW:...
  • PREP VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP: North...

    The North Hardin Christian Lady Falcons started the season off by going 3-2 in the Clash of the Titans at Lexington Trinity Christian over the weekend.

  • PREP SOCCER PREVIEW: What's...

    They’re phrases yelled out by seemingly well-intentioned parents at soccer games across the country.

    “Spread out.”

    “You’re too bunched up.”

    When coaches use a different phrase — “Get your shape” — teams tend to react differently.

  • PREP SOCCER PREVIEW: Coaching...

    Jim Stone has turned into the Abe Vigoda of the area soccer coaching scene. He’s outliving all challengers.

    Now in his 20th year of teaching and his 18th (actually a little more) season of coaching, the North Hardin Trojans’ leader has seen plenty of colleagues shuffle in and out of the area.

    No year is like this one, though.

  • PREP GOLF: Elizabethtown rolls...

    Tournament director Chris Adams sets up the annual Lady Bruin Invitational at Lindsey Golf Course to challenge the girls for the distances they’ll see in the postseason.

    Only Saturday wasn’t much of a challenge at all for Elizabethtown senior star Lauren Hartlage and the rest of the Lady Panthers.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL PREVIEW: Team-by...

    A team-by-team glance at the nine volleyball programs in The News-Enterprise's coverage area, with contributions by Lawrence Barreca (Central Hardin, LaRue County, North Hardin), Nathaniel Bryan (Elizabethtown, John Hardin, Meade County) and Josh Claywell (Fort Knox, Grayson County, North Hardin Christian):

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL PREVIEW: A shift...

    Call it a “changing of the guard.” Or maybe a “shift in culture.”

    Whatever the proper term may be, it certainly applies this season to volleyball throughout Hardin, LaRue and Meade counties.