Today's News

  • Generals make stand, beat Wildcats 21-20


    The Henry County Wildcats hosted the Thomas Nelson Generals Friday night on homecoming night in an important district matchup.

    The Wildcats were victimized by a big play on the Generals’ first possession when a short pass to the sideline turned into a 66-yard touchdown play. The extra point kick made it 7-0 with 10:00 minutes left in the first period.

  • EHS gets two district wins


    The Eminence Warriors traveled to Carrollton Sept. 25 and came away with a 3-0 victory over the Carroll County Lady Panthers. 

    The Warriors took the first set 25-22, the second set 25-20 and finished off the match 25-16.

    “Monday games are always a little tougher,” EHS Coach Ed Sweeney said. “But the girls came to play. We ended up with only four receive errors in three games and had some great hustle. Josephine Scott, Alexeia Casillas and Christina League all had great defensive games.”

  • Klempner qualifies for state


    The Henry County boys golf team traveled to Crestview Hills Sept. 25 to play in the 7th Region golf tournament and came away with a 331 total to finish in fifth place. 

    Sophomore golfer Isaac Klempner finished in a three-way tie for fourth place with a 4-over 74. The three players battled for the final two individual qualifying spot in a one-hole playoff.

    Klempner made par on the playoff hole after sinking a 10-foot putt to grab the qualifying spot.

  • Lady Cats finish 6-2 in district play


    The Henry County Lady Cats hosted Carroll County Sept. 26 and came away with a 3-0 victory.

    The Lady Cats jumped out to a 21-12 lead in the first set but saw Carroll County six straight points to make a game of it.

    A Carroll County error made it 22-18 and the teams traded points from then on until the Lady Cats closed out the set on a kill by Sidney Bush to win 25-22.

    Bush opened the second set with a kill before Kenzie Cox got a block to make it 2-0.

  • Wildcats beat Owen: Fall to Carroll


    The Henry County Wildcats traveled to Carroll County Sept. 26 with a chance to pull into a tie for the top district seed but the Panthers pulled out a win in a defensive battle.

    The Panthers scored the only goal of the game with about 16 minutes left in the first half and then held on to stay undefeated in conference play.

  • HCHS competes in NCKC meet


    The Henry County cross country team competed in the North Central Kentucky Conference championships Sept. 26.

    In the girls race, Kayla Harger finished in sixth place with a time of 22:58 to earn all-conference honors. Sydney Amyx finished in 16th place with a time of 26:05, Alyssa Wilson finished 31st in 29:33 and Leanna Hawkins finished in 35th place with a time of 31:55.

    Allison Bourne of Owen County won the girls race with a time of 21:25.

  • Lady Cats defeat Carroll; Lose to Owen


    The Henry County Lady Cats took to the road to get their fifth consecutive district win Sept. 26 against Carroll County. The Lady Cats scored nine goals and blanked the Lady Panthers for the second time this year.

    Presley Crowe scored four goals for the Lady Cats to lead the way. Janey Thompson added two goals while Micah Hardin, Megan Abney and Savannah Medley scored one goal each. Abney, Crowe and Thompson also had one assist each. 

    Goalkeeper Allison Johnson got her seventh shutout of the season.

  • Henry County elementary race


    The first Henry County elementary race of the year was held at the Henry County Recreation and Services Park on Sept. 26.

    Students from New Castle, Eastern, Campbellsburg and Eminence elementary schools competed with Campbellsburg winning the boys race and Eminence winning the girls race.

    Individually, Jonah White of New Castle Elementary won the boys race covering the one mile course in 6:48. 

    Matti Tillet of Eminence won the girls race in a time of 7:12.

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  • Moms invited to school for muffins

    Campbellsburg Elementary School held the annual Muffins with Mom on Friday, September 29, according to educators. More than  250 moms and other female role models shared a muffin with students and then visited the classroom where the students shared their work with them.  

  • Technology center and HCHS make it to the "winner's circle"

    On Sept. 18, the Kentucky Department of Education recognized 10 public schools from across the commonwealth for outstanding teaching and learning conditions, according to a news release.