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Today's Sports

  • PREP FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Christian...

    Losing 14 total starters has Louisville DeSales coach Harold Davis thinking it will be difficult for his Colts to top — or even match — their accomplishments from last season.

    The Colts went 14-1, their only loss coming to Christian Academy of Louisville, and won the Class 2-A state title.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER PREVIEW...

    LaRue County is trying to go 3-for-3.

    Having advanced to the Girls’ 5th Region Soccer Tournament in consecutive years — losing to Elizabethtown in the 2012 quarterfinals and falling to Bardstown in last year’s quarterfinals — the Lady Hawks are shooting for another postseason run past the 18th District Tournament.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER PREVIEW...
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    When her Elizabeth-town teammates and the Lady Panthers’ opponents take the field with senior striker Dani Wilson, they could feel like they’ve been thrust right into some Miranda Lambert lyrics because they’re running with the Fastest Girl in Town.

  • PREP GOLF ROUNDUP: Saturday...

    BOYS: SOUTH WARREN INVITATIONAL
    FRANKLIN — Results from Saturday’s 104-player, 20-team South Warren Invitational at the 6,600-yard, par-72 Kenny Perry’s Country Creek:
    4. Central Hardin (315)
    3. Michael Reed 70
    T-23. Matt Finn 79
    T-40. Christian Ramirez 83

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER PREVIEW...

    First-year coach Justin Maddock has a vision for the John Hardin girls’ program, but he realizes it’s not going to happen overnight.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER PREVIEW...

    Last year couldn’t have gone much worse for first-year coach Tony Garrison and the North Hardin Lady Trojans.

    North Hardin finished a disappointing 4-13 as injuries ravaged the Lady Trojans, forcing Garrison to bring up junior varsity players before they were ready.

  • GIRLS' PREP GOLF: Sacred...

    Like she has in almost every tournament this season, Elizabethtown’s Lauren Hartlage turned in another standout effort Saturday on post. Looking back, the Lady Panthers junior said she couldn’t have shot much lower.

    But with the way Louisville Sacred Heart senior Maddie Rose Hamilton has played this year, it might not have mattered.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER PREVIEW...

    This season will be a first for Meade County coach Dan Shook.

    He typically has 20 girls dress for varsity games, give or take a few. This season — at least at the beginning — he only has 14 girls, the fewest of his career.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER PREVIEW...

    With the deactivation of the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division in May, a lot of uncertainty surrounded the Fort Knox Lady Eagles.

    After snapping a 79-match winless streak against 17th District opponents with a shootout win over North Hardin in the district tournament quarterfinal, third-year coach Melissa Fleisher was excited for this season.