Athletes, coaches and fans had to wait a year, but the Summer Olympics are finally underway in Tokyo. While the games may be taking place on the other side of the world, some of the area’s young gymnasts had their own taste of the Olympics here in Hardin County earlier this week.
For half a century, Don Hill has devoted much of his time and energy to youth baseball in the area through his work with the Elizabethtown Area Baseball Commission.
From Monday through Wednesday, campers at Robbie Valentine Basketball Camp got to learn more about the game from a former University of Louisville basketball player in Valentine.
Some of the area’s young basketball players got the chance to learn from an NCAA Division I head coach Thursday morning at Bluegrass Sportsplex.
Since 1975, the Sonny Chaput Award has recognized an Elizabethtown Area Baseball Commission player not for their stats or performances, but for how they’ve conducted themselves as teammates and competitors.
The E’town Dolphins swim team had an impressive showing at the Girls’ Kentucky Swimming Short Course state championship this past weekend, with multiple swimmers among the top finishers in a variety of events.
T.K. Stone captured both middle school girls’ basketball titles Thursday night at Central Hardin — one came with ease and the other needed overtime.
Elizabethtown sophomore Jai Garris picked up a pair of championships Sunday at the 15th annual State Farm E’town Tennis Open at the Freeman Lake Tennis Complex.
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