The Eminence Warriors traveled to Louisville Friday night to take on the Shawnee Golden Eagles and came away with a resounding 50-12 victory. The Warriors followed the game plan to a tee, according to Coach Tye Lawson, and executed better in the kicking game than in their previous matchup against Carroll County.
When Alex Hadden stepped up to take the final putt of the NCKC golf tournament Sept. 27, he said he wasn’t thinking of two years ago when he sank a putt to win in a playoff.
“I just said to myself, ‘finish it’, I didn’t want another six-hole playoff,” Hadden said.
The Henry County Lady Cats had their shooting boots on last week as they defeated district rivals Owen County, 7-3, and Gallatin County 8-7.
On Sept. 27 the Lady Cats hosted Owen County and fell behind early when the Rebels found their way through the defense after the opening kick and scored from close range just 45 seconds into the game.
According to their website, the vision of the Kentucky Board of Education is to “ensure that all students reach proficiency and graduate from high school ready for college and careers.” Preparing students for their future after graduation is not only a priority, but a passion at Henry County High School.
August students of the month at Eastern Elementary include, front, from left: Carter Marlette, Olivia Drawbaugh, Marley Cobb, Diamond Kelley and Abigail Adams. Back: Sophie Drawbaugh, Kahlie Gonzalez, Kelli Booth and Riley Denny.
Miss Pigglesworth, aka Miss Piggy, visited New Castle Elementary School Friday for Pet Club. Sara Wilkerson displayed her multi-tasking abilities by feeding the visting pot-bellied pig with one hand while raising her other hand to offer an answer to a question.
Campbellsburg Elementary School has earned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) ENERGY STAR certification, which signifies that the building performs in the top 25 percent of similar facilities nationwide for energy efficiency and meets strict energy efficiency performance levels set by the EPA. With this most recent designation, all of Henry County’s school buildings are now ENERGY STAR certified.
Joe Durbin, left, speaks at the Louisville meeting of the Kentucky Hunger Task Force on Sept. 13 in Louisville. Next to Durbin is Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles. The task force is holding regional meetings to gather information about local solutions to hunger. Durbin is the director of Henry County Help Center, a food bank based in Eminence thet distributes food to families all over the county. (Kentucky Department of Agriculture photo)