Today's News

  • Warriors win 2 of 3 to open season


    The Eminence Warriors traveled to Williamstown Dec. 1 to open the season and found the going tough as Derick Cipollone and Breenan Stanley combined for 42 points to lead Williamstown to an easy victory.

    “We started off okay in our press,” Coach Chris Nethery said. “We got a couple of steals early but we didn’t sustain the effort we needed to.”

    Nethery said it had a lot to do with Cipollone and Stanley.

  • Lady Cats defeat KCD, 60-39


    The Henry County Lady Cats basketball team opened the season Nov. 30 with a 22-point win over Kentucky Country Day. The second period proved to be the decisive quarter as Henry County used a withering full court pressure defense to force 12 turnovers and outscore the Bearcats 22-2.

    The Lady Cats’ defense was pretty good in the first quarter when they forced six turnovers, but according to Coach Todd Gilley, the difference was that the Lady Cats stopped giving up easy baskets after an opening period that saw KCD go ahead 15-14.

  • Wildcats whip Wolverines


    The Henry County Wildcats had a tall task ahead of them when they traveled to North Bullitt High School on Dec. 1 to open their basketball season.

    The Wildcats would face a veteran team with quickness and excellent outside shooting without the services of their returning leading scorer, Gavin Jameson, who suffered an injured wrist in the final preseason scrimmage against Nelson County.

    Jameson was pulled down from behind as he went in for what looked like an uncontested dunk and came down hard on his wrist and head.

  • EHS girls fall to Owen Co.


    The Eminence Warriors girls basketball team opened play at home against district rival Owen County Nov. 30 and fell 68-13.

    “I don’t think we had a winning attitude from the start,” Coach Zach Adair said. “But our offensive execution stands out as the most glaring problem. We just stood around a lot.

  • Butler's career ends with dream season


    Henry County High School graduate Erick Butler’s football career came to an end last week when his Thomas More Saints football team was defeated by Wabash College in overtime on a 75-yard fumble return. It was a nightmare end to a dream season for Butler and his teammates.

  • Sports Brief-EHS, HCHS football players win postseason honors

    Several local high school football players were honored for their accomplishments on the field this season.

    Marcos Garduno, Luke Satterly and Kemryn Jenkins made the all-district team for EHS. Warriors AJ Shaw, Eli Montero and Mitchell Metten made second team all-district.

    Bodie Clark, Mason Heightchew, Ethan Tuggle, Tim Haag, Noah Webster and Tyler Raisor were named first team all-district for HCHS.

    Trevyn Spencer, Jacob Watson, Mario Gamboa, Patrick Cravens, Coby Stanley, Ryan Abney, Andrew Mahoney and Andrew Nix made the second for the Wildcats.

  • Santa stops his sleigh saturday during Eminence’s Light up
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  • Regional meeting set for local Southern States cooperative

    Southern States Cooperative will review its operations at a series of local annual meetings, including the upcoming meeting for members of Southern States Cooperative, Inc. – Gallatin, Henry, La Grange and Shelbyville Agronomy Plants.

  • Don’t pressure children — promote sportsmanship

    Most adults know winning a competition isn’t necessarily a prerequisite for future success in life.
    Sometimes, however, we can get caught up in the moment and put too much pressure on our children to win at whatever they do, whether it is at school or on the athletic field.
    At no time of the year is this truer in Kentucky than at the start of basketball season.
    As a parent, it’s important for you to promote good sportsmanship in whatever activity your child chooses to pursue.