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Today's News

  • Bell County ends Cats' season

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Henry County Wildcats traveled to Bell County for the first round of the playoffs and fell victim to turnovers and injuries as the Bell County Bobcats pulled away to a 35-6 win.

    After a scoreless first period in which the defenses dominated and the offenses struggled, Bell County got on the board first with a one-yard touchdown run. A bad snap foiled the conversion attempt and Bell County led 6-0 with 9:35 left in the second period.

  • Thompson sets PR at State

    sports@hclocal.com

    Janey Thompson finished her first year as a cross country runner on a high note as she set a personal record at the Class AA state championships at the Kentucky Horse Park Saturday. Thompson finished 68th in a field of 202 runners in a time of 22:12, which was 18 seconds faster than her previous best time at the regional meet last week.

    The day turned out to be perfect for the runners with temperature in the mid-50s and sunshine peeking through the clouds.

  • Bellevue bombards Warriors

    sports@hclocal.com

    The host Bellevue Tigers used their potent aerial attack to dominate the first half en route to a 61-12 win over the Eminence Warriors Friday night in the first round of the Class A football playoffs.

    Bellevue got the offensive show going with a 32-yard pass for a touchdown on their second play from scrimmage. After the Warriors took over on their own three-yard line to start their first series, the Tigers stripped the ball and scored on the fumble recovery to make it 14-0 just 34 seconds into the game.

  • Cats, Cards stacked for another run

    As the college basketball season gets underway this weekend – that’s right this weekend – Kentucky and Louisville fans have a lot to be excited about.

    The University of Kentucky has never had a stronger returning group under John Calipari. Despite the hyperbole that surrounds every new season with the lineup of young talented players, many UK teams are overrated to begin each season. But this year I don’t think you can be hyperbolic enough in describing the talent and depth that the Cats have on display.

  • Letter to the editor Nov. 12

     

    Thanks to Hometown Pizza

     

  • Keeping safe while keeping warm this winter

     

    With seasonally cool temperatures blowing in from the north, it’d probably feel comforting to light a blaze in the fireplace and feel the warmth radiate into the living room.

  • Public Record for Nov. 12

     

    KSP arrests 

    Gerald T. Wardlow, 29, Memphis, Tenn. — arrested by Trooper Stucker Nov. 3 at Pendleton Road, Sulphur, for Possession of marijuana; Possession of drug paraphernalia; Possession of a controlled substance not in proper container; Possession of a controlled substance-drug unspecified

  • Wildcats stymie Spencer in the snow

    sports@hclocal.com

    Stifling defense and two second quarter touchdowns were all the Henry County Wildcats needed Friday night against the Spencer County Bears. The Wildcats won 14-6 and became only the tenth Henry County team in school history to reach the seven-win mark.

    After Bo Wagner took the opening kickoff to the Spencer County 42-yard line to start the game, Henry County could not generate any offense and gave the ball up on downs.

    It would be that kind of quarter for both teams as defense dominated in the cold, wet and windy conditions.

  • Cats compete in Regional meet

    sports@hclocal.com

    The Henry County cross country team competed in the Class AA Region 3 Championships held at Collins High School Saturday.

    Eighth-grader Janey Thompson qualified for state after finishing 16th overall and 5th among runners of non-qualifying teams. Thompson finished the race in a time of 22:14.68.

    Lilly Golden, Katherine Buckler and Sydney Amyx finished 32nd, 33rd and 34th respectively. There were 42 runners in the girls’ race.

  • What ifs abound for Cardinals

    The University Of Louisville football team’s game with Florida State Thursday night left me with enough what ifs running through my head to fill a column.

    So here we go.

    What if Louisville had punched in on the gift given to them by their talented wide receiver DeVante Parker on the first series? Or, what if they had taken the chip shot field goal rather than going for it on fourth down at the two?