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Today's News

  • Applauding Campbellsburg’s community center

     

    As I look back on my years with the Chamber, I am always amazed at the changes that have taken place.  

    One of the best happenings is the new community center in downtown Campbellsburg.  

  • Lady Cats down Carroll

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    The Henry County Lady Cats hosted Carroll County Sept. 30 and came away with 3-0 victory despite a lackluster first half. The team also welcomed back top scorer Rachel Vegh from a two-week layoff due to injury. Vegh played sparingly as she works her way back from a knee injury but managed to score with 21:19 left in the game.

    The first half ended scoreless despite the fact that the Lady Cats possessed the ball for almost the entire 40-minute period but produced few clear-cut scoring chances.

  • Warriors down Gallatin

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    The Eminence Warriors dropped two of three matches last week but got the one that mattered most as they defeated Gallatin County 3-2 to earn the second seed in the 31st District tournament. The Warriors started the week with a heartbreaking defeat in an entertaining and exciting 2-1 loss to Bullitt Central and ended the week with a 2-0 loss to Spencer County.

    Bullitt Central 2 EHS 1

  • Peyton wins Regional Championship

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    MacKenzie Peyton has won a lot of golf tournaments in her high school career but two, the regional and state championships, have eluded her. Peyton can reduce her wish list to just one item after winning the Region Five golf championship in a one-hole playoff with Maddie Hamilton of Sacred Heart on Sept. 29 at Midland Trail Golf Course in Louisville.

  • Wildcats fall to Panthers

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    The Henry County Wildcats’ soccer team hosted the Carroll County Panthers Sept. 30 in the final regular season district matchup of the season. With the teams playing to a 1-1 draw that was decided on penalty kicks after overtime just a few nights before, the game promised to be an exciting matchup between the district’s two top teams.

    For 60 minutes it was just that as the Panthers got a lone goal midway through the first half in a game that was tight until then.

  • Raiders run past Warriors

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    The Eminence Warriors hosted the Trimble County Raiders on homecoming night Friday night hoping to get their first win of the season, but it was not to be as the Raiders scored 28 first half points to put the game away early.

    The first quarter was played fairly evenly as Eminence took the opening kick and got a big 17-yard run from Cameron Mathis on second and 14. A Raider defender was called for a 15-yard face mask penalty to put the Warriors in Trimble territory at the 44-yard line.

  • HCHS Soccer Senior Night

    The Henry County girls’ and boys’ soccer teams honored their seniors with a senior night celebration Sept. 30 between games of a doubleheader with Carroll County.

  • Henry's loss to Gallatin ends tough week

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    The Henry County Lady Cats dropped three matches last week culminating with an upset by Gallatin County. The loss to the Lady Wildcats left Henry County with a 4-4 record and the third seed in the district tournament.

    The Lady Cats started the week with a 3-1 loss at Carroll County Sept. 30. The following night they lost to Collins 2-0 in what coach Katie Ruff felt was the team’s best performance of the week and then returned home for a disappointing 3-2 loss to Gallatin County.

    Gallatin 3 HCHS 2

  • Wildcats compete in Region

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    The Henry County Wildcat golf team traveled to Nevel Meade Golf Course Sept. 30 to compete in the Region 6 golf tournament.

    Alex Hadden led the way for the Wildcats with a nine-over 81. Isaac Klempner shot 87, Dustin Love shot 100, Jakob Beckley shot 105 and Adam Kent shot 110, but did not figure in the team scoring. The Cats had a total score of 373 to finish 15th in the field of 16 teams.

    St. Xavier finished first with an impressive 12-under score of 276. Trinity finished second with a six-over 294.

  • The care and feeding of shepherds-Part 1

     I assume that most of the people who read this monthly column have some connection to a local church.  Even so, I try to write so that people who are not church-connected might be willing to read what I’ve written.