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.
It’s been a long three months of questions and uncertainty because of COVID-19, but there officially will be an Elizabethtown Area Baseball Commission season this year.
Many states, Kentucky included, have begun the arduous process of reopening in a safe manner since COVID-19 shut down much of the country in March. For most areas, this means a phasing process of allowing more semblances of normal life to resume.
Flowers and trees are blooming, the weather is waming. These are telltale signs in April that spring has returned. At the Elizabethtown Sports Park, April usually means games are being played, tournaments are being organized and fans are in the seats. But this is no ordinary April.
Springtime was supposed to mean the return of warmer weather. Venturing outside with friends and families for activities. For children all across the country, it also was supposed to mean the return to outdoor spring sports leagues.
Over the last week-and-a-half, the COVID-19 outbreak has altered life across the United States and brought about a new normal for millions of Americans.
Through much of the first three quarters of Thursday’s Heartland Athletic Conference Seventh Grade Championship game at North Hardin High School, it didn’t look to be in LaRue County’s favor.
In an era where football player safety and concussions have become major points of discussion, there is a growing concern about letting children play tackle football.
Stuart Pepper Middle School in Brandenburg and T.K. Stone Middle School in Elizabethtown captured the Middle School Athletic Conference girls’ basketball titles Tuesday night at North Hardin High School.
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- State’s First Lady to honor children during Fort Knox visit
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- College View to launch little free library Friday