http://www.hclocal.com/sports/rss.xml en College Update: Austin Armstrong http://www.hclocal.com/content/college-update-austin-armstrong <img src="http://www.hclocal.com/sites/www.hclocal.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/austinarmstrong1.jpg" alt="Austin Armstrong competes in track and field for Lindsey Wilson. In high school Armstrong was not fond of running events. Now he competes in the decathlon which requires him to run four different distances." title="Austin Armstrong competes in track and field for Lindsey Wilson. In high school Armstrong was not fond of running events. Now he competes in the decathlon which requires him to run four different distances." align="left" hspace="6" /><p> sports@hclocal.com</p> <p> Austin Armstrong, a former track and field athlete at Henry County High School, recently completed his second year as a student-athlete at Lindsey Wilson College.</p> <p> Armstrong, who competed in discus, shot put and high jump in high school, has added several new events to his resume since joining the Blue Raiders track team. Last year he competed in javelin as well as the events he competed in during his high school years. This year Armstrong took a big step when became a decathlete.</p> Storm down Rampage in overtime http://www.hclocal.com/content/storm-down-rampage-overtime <p> sports@hclocal.com</p> <p> The Kentucky Storm football team traveled to Nashville Saturday to take on the league leading Tennessee Rampage and came out victorious in a defensive battle.</p> <p> It took overtime but the Storm managed to pull out a 12-6 victory.</p> <p> After the Rampage failed to move the ball on their first possession of overtime, the Storm moved the ball downfield with the aid of two big third down receptions by Timmy Gay.</p> <p> The winning touchdown came on a 22-yard pass from Vernon Armstrong to Jeff Jones.</p> Henry County Rod and Gun Club Children's Fishing Tournament http://www.hclocal.com/content/henry-county-rod-and-gun-club-childrens-fishing-tournament <img src="http://www.hclocal.com/sites/www.hclocal.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/fish1.jpg" alt="" title="" align="left" hspace="6" /><p> And the winners are!</p> <p> Everybody! All the kids who participated in the fishing tournament had a great time so everyone wins.</p> <p> But a few of the contestants did a little better than others.</p> <p> Results are as follows:</p> <p> Largest Fish (boy)-Calvin Brown</p> <p> Largest fish (girl)-Erica Howard</p> <p> Most Fish (boy)-Cameron Ellis</p> <p> Most Fish (girls)-Jenna Rabourn</p> <p> Most Weight (boy)- Logan Graves</p> <p> Most Weight (girl)-Jaelynn Graves</p> Kids these days http://www.hclocal.com/content/kids-these-days <p> We old fogeys always like to talk about how soft kids are these days and how much tougher it was in the good old days. We worked on farms in the heat all day and then went to summer practice or to our Babe Ruth games.</p> <p> We walked miles in the snow to get to school. We played football with our leg practically hanging by a thread.</p> <p> Yeah right.</p> Local golfers compete in tourneys http://www.hclocal.com/content/local-golfers-compete-tourneys <p> <strong>Three area golfers play in the Kentucky Women&rsquo;s State Am</strong></p> <p> Melanie Simpson, Tammy Pryor and MacKenzie Peyton all took part in the Kentucky Women&rsquo;s State Amateur golf tournament at the Danville Country Club last week.</p> <p> Simpson played in the second flight, Pryor in the first flight and Peyton in the championship flight.</p> <p> In the qualifying round Peyton shot 81, Pryor 90 and Simpson 89.</p> Dorshefski begins new era for EHS football http://www.hclocal.com/content/dorshefski-begins-new-era-ehs-football <img src="http://www.hclocal.com/sites/www.hclocal.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/dorshefski1.jpg" alt="EHS Coach Brian Dorshefski shared a laugh with his team after a recent workout. This will be his first head coaching job after five years as an assistant at Carroll County." title="EHS Coach Brian Dorshefski shared a laugh with his team after a recent workout. This will be his first head coaching job after five years as an assistant at Carroll County." align="left" hspace="6" /><p> sports@hclocal.com</p> <p> The Eminence Warriors will have a new football coach this season. Brian Dorshefski will be the third head coach in three years for the Warriors.</p> <p> Dorshefski has been an assistant coach at Carroll County for the past five years. In his time with the Panthers he served as running backs coach, head JV coach and last year was the defensive coordinator.</p> <p> Dorshefski, 35, is from Mountaintop, Pa., where he attended Crestwood High School. He played football through middle and high school.</p> Wildcats, Warriors deal with realignment http://www.hclocal.com/content/wildcats-warriors-deal-realignment <p> sports@hclocal.com</p> <p> The Kentucky High School Athletic Association has finished the thankless task of realigning football districts again.</p> <p> The main factor for this realignment is that schools change classification as their enrollments shrink or grow. With six classes, there are always going to be teams moving from one class to another.</p> <p> To keep the classes as numerically even as possible, the KHSAA has to go through a regular recycling of the classes and districts every four years.</p> The old coach couldn't keep it real http://www.hclocal.com/content/old-coach-couldnt-keep-it-real <p> Coaches can be an obsessive lot. I know, because I was.</p> <p> When I finally moved from an assistant basketball coach to a head coach, in the late &lsquo;90s my outlook changed completely. As an assistant I think I was intense, competitive and responsible for the most part.</p> <p> I had no idea, even after years as an assistant, that putting the word head in front of coach would make so much difference in how I approached coaching.</p> <p> That first year as a head coach I did everything obsessively &ndash; scouting, practice plans, game plans.</p>