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Today's Sports

  • Wildcats feel sting of the...

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    The Henry County Wildcats hosted the Central Yellowjackets Friday in a big district showdown that saw the perennial football powers from Louisville pull away in the second half for a 20-0 win.

    The first half was a defensive battle with neither team putting points on the board. Central had two good opportunities but the Wildcat defense was able to make big plays to stop both threats.

  • Warriors fall to Paris, 41-0

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    The Paris Greyhounds traveled to Eminence Friday night and came away with a 41-0 win in a game that saw a fight break out between the two teams.

    The fight occurred just before halftime after the Greyhounds had kicked off to the Warriors. The Greyhounds had just scored their third touchdown of the night and a scuffle occurred between an Eminence player and a Grey hound that he was blocking on the play near the Paris bench. The Paris team left their bench area as other Warriors came to the defense of their teammate.

  • Lady Cats finish with a win

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    The Henry County Lady Cats’ volleyball team closed out the regular season Thursday night by honoring their five seniors, Kelsey McGuire, Molly Williamson, Paige DeBurger, Megan Payton and Victoria Marcum.

    After gifts were handed out before the game, the team gave themselves the best senior night gift that they could get – a win over Waggener.

  • EHS Football Senior Night

    The Eminence Warriors honored their seniors Friday before their game with the Paris Greyhounds.

  • Cross Country Cats run at...

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    The Henry County cross country team traveled to Versailles Saturday to compete in the Woodford County Invitational and had some of their best results of the season.

    Josh Logsdon had a time of 19:18 to lead the Cats, while Brandon Handley also finished under twenty minutes with a time of 19:53.

  • Tennyson speaks to EMS Football

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    Kentucky Storm linebacker Jordan Tennyson shared his life story with the Eminence Middle School football team Thursday afternoon before the team practice.

    Tennyson talked about how important it was to live by faith, not by sight. He stressed that each of us individually are responsible for our success and that others can only take us so far. He talked to the kids about not blaming others and making excuses for not succeeding at their goals. He stressed to the kids how important it was to make this right choice at their age.

  • Tallent get first deer
  • Sports Brief-Henry County Youth...

    The Henry County Youth Basketball League signups begin this week. The first opportunity to sign up will be Saturday from 4-6 p.m. at the Campbellsburg Elementary Fall Festival.

    For more information call 321-1702.

  • Wildcats clip Hawks' wings...

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    The Henry County Wildcats opened the district portion of their schedule with a resounding 41-6 win over the LaRue County Hawks Friday night in a dominating, rain-soaked performance.

    Henry County racked up 307 yards rushing in the game and completed only two passes, both for touchdowns, to put the game away in the third period.

    The scoring opened with a 10-yard touchdown run by Devin Hagan in the first period. Jacob Buckley added the point after attempt to make it 7-0.

  • Warriors splash to 38-point...

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    The Eminence Warriors hosted Bracken County Friday night in a driving rainstorm that left the Polar Bears wishing they were the Mighty Ducks.

    The Warriors appeared unfazed by all the water as they ran for several long touchdowns in a 44-6 win.

    Cameron Mathis got the Warriors started on the right foot when he ran in the first score from 44 yards out on the team’s first possession. DeMarcus Bailey ran in the conversion to make it 8-0 with 10:26 left in the opening period.