Today's News

  • Cats lose to J-town, Waggener


    The Henry County Wildcat soccer team traveled to Verona on Sept. 3 to take on the Walton-Verona Bearcats and came away with a one-goal loss.

    The game opened with the Bearcats getting the first two good chances but goalkeeper Coleton Aneszko was up to the task and made two excellent saves.

    The Wildcats first chance came in the 27th minute when Trevor Sanders had his shot on goal from about 15 yards out on the right wing saved by the Walton goalkeeper.

  • Riverview squeaks by Warriors, 22-20


    Only fifty seconds stood between the Eminence Warriors and their first victory of the year when a controversial decision gave the ball to Riverview Academy.

    “We had the ball at about the fifty and were driving when they said DeMarcus fumbled,” Coach Paul McDowell said. “We thought his hand and knee were down before the ball came out.”

  • Sports Briefs

    Lady Cats compete in Bowling Green Invitational

    The Henry County Lady Cats traveled to Bowling Green on Saturday to test their skills on the Bowling Green Country Club course that is home to the state tournament.

    The Lady Cats totaled 383, which was good for 10th place, while Sacred Heart shot 320 to take first place in the 22-team field.

    Individually, MacKenzie Peyton had a rough outing, finishing with a 77 that was good for 11th place. Maddie Hensley shot 82, Nikki Perkinson recorded a 102 and Bayleigh Boyer shot 122.

  • Lady Cats fall to Waggener, Trimble


    The Henry County Lady Cats traveled to Louisville on Sept. 3 to take on the Waggener Wildcats hoping to build some momentum after wins over district rivals Owen County and Eminence. But the Lady Cats fell flat after getting off to a good start, losing 25-19, 25-19.

  • Hadden shoots 33 in loss to Carroll


    Henry County Wildcat Alex Hadden had to know it was going to be a special round of golf on Thursday afternoon after he birdied two of the first three holes in a match with the Carroll County Panthers.

    Hadden went on to record one more birdie on number eight at the Henry County Country Club and finished with a 3-under total of 33 to take individual honors in the match.

  • Cross Country Cats open season at Shelby


    The Henry County Cross country team got their season underway Saturday when they traveled to Shelbyville to compete in the Shelby county Invitational.

    Coach Ricky Drawbaugh said the Cats used the meet to set baselines for the season.

    “Our goal for this weekend was to see where we are,” Drawbaugh said. “We wanted to just get a time for each runner.

  • Warriors rout Evangel Christian, 2-0


    The Eminence Warriors were back in action Friday evening taking on the Evangel Christian Lady Eagles. The Warriors were looking to get back on the winning track after a disappointing loss to their rivals from Henry County and they did just that in defeating Evangel 25-8, 25-9.

    The Warriors were never seriously threatened in the game and were able to get some experience from several players who haven’t seen a lot of varsity action.

  • Public Record for the week of Sept. 10

     KSP arrests

    Megan N. Nielson, 30, Cincinnati — arrested Aug. 28 by Trooper Hindman at 205 Pendleton Road, Sulphur for DUI 1st; operating a vehicle with expired OLN

    Carrie L. Walling, 42, LaGrange — arrested Aug 28 by Trooper Brewer at 651 Manor Drive, Sulphur, for execution of bench warrants

  • Letters to the Editor

     In support of new community theatre

    Last Friday night my wife and I had the privilege of attending the inaugural performance of The Theatre Downstream. This is Henry County’s community theater, which uses the Henry County High School for performances.

    The play, “Moon Over Buffalo,” was fast-paced, full of humor and action and was wonderfully executed by a truly professional acting troupe.

  • Lady Cats romp over Jeffersontown


    The Henry County Lady Cats traveled to Jeffersontown Thursday night to take on the Lady Chargers and came out with an 8-0 win after a slow start.

    “We had to try to navigate through Hurstbourne Lane traffic at rush hour which is near impossible,” Coach Shelby Pfeiffer said. “We arrived at 5:50 and the referees only gave us 15 minutes from the time we stepped off the bus. So, once again, we started shaky. But finally once we settled down the goals started coming.”