Today's News

  • News briefs: Youth substance abuse forum is Sept. 28

    Youth substance abuse is Sept. 28 forum topic 

  • Help center needs to raise funds for more cold storage capacity

     A gift of a walk-in freezer and a walk-in refrigerator from the La Grange McDonald’s will provide significant cold storage for the Henry County Help Center, according to its director, James Dills. As a result, the food pantry network needs to raise around $18,000 to build walls around the new equipment.

  • Wildcats win O. T., 34-33


    The Henry County Wildcats traveled to Spencer County Friday night and came away with their second dramatic comeback win in overtime this season.

    The Wildcats fell behind by two touchdowns at halftime. Spencer County’s Caden Smith, who has signed to play running back with Purdue University, did most of the damage.

    After both teams came up empty on their first possession, Spencer County scored on a quarterback sneak after a long drive with four minutes left in the opening period.

  • EHS 2nd in Class A Tourney


    The Eminence Warriors volleyball team traveled to Warsaw Saturday to compete in the Eighth Region All A Classic regional tournament at Gallatin County High School.

    The Warriors drew the bye in the seven-team field and faced Carroll County in the semifinals after the Lady Panthers had knocked off Williamstown in the first round.

    The Warriors and Lady Panthers both started slowly in the first set as neither team was able to establish a rhythm with several hitting and passing errors.

  • Lady Cats come from two down to win


    The Henry County Lady Cats moved to 3-1 in district play with victories over Carroll County and Gallatin County last week.

    The Lady Cats traveled to Carroll County Sept. 5 and swept the Lady Panthers in three sets, 25-14, 25-17 and 25-18.

    HCHS Coach Kara Capps thought her team had to overcome some early hitting problems to get the win.

  • Lady Cats draw with Walton, 2-2


    The Henry County Lady Cats hosted the Walton-Verona Lady Bearcats Sept. 6 and came from two goals down to prevent what looked like a certain defeat.

    The Lady Cats had most of the possession early in the game as Walton defended well and looked to counter-attack.

    Neither team could break through for the first goal until Walton got a lucky break with eight minutes remaining in the half.

  • Rebels beat Atherton, 27-18


    The Eminence Warriors traveled to Louisville Friday night to take on the Class 5A Atherton Rebels and came out on the short end of a 27-18 score line.

    The Warriors started slow and the Rebels took advantage of that.

    Atherton scored on their first possession when a screen pass turned into a 49-yard touchdown. The extra point kick made it 7-0.

  • Wildcats finish fifth in own tournament


    The Henry County Wildcats traveled to Cardinal Hill golf course Thursday to take on the Trimble County Raiders and came away with a 171-194 win.

    Alex Hadden and Isaac Klempner both shot 38 to lead the way for the Wildcats. Tyler Massey shot 47, Will Peyton shot 48 and Wyatt Pittman shot 49 as the fifth golfer.

  • HCHS downs Walton


    The Henry County Lady Cats hosted Walton-Verona in a match that was unusual in a couple of ways Sept. 6.

    Both teams had a player missing for the match due to illness so the coaches decided to score as a three-person match rather than the usual four-person match. It was also very cool and windy for an early-September day with temperatures in the lower 60s and the wind blowing hard from the northwest.

    The Lady Cats powered through the tough conditions to beat the Lady Bearcats 147 to 163.

  • EHS, HCHS run at North Oldham


    The Henry County and Eminence cross country teams traveled to Goshen Saturday to take part in the Rumble Through the Jungle cross country invitational meet.

    The HCHS boys squad which is comprised of freshmen and sophomores, set four personal records (PRs) with Keegan Kurtz leading the way with a time of 18:45.

    The girls had four runners in their race and eighth-grader Kayla Harger led the way with a time of 21:35 that was good enough for a 30th place finish in a very strong field of 148 runners.