Today's Sports

  • Wildcats lose to Waggener


    The Henry County Wildcats hosted Waggener Friday night in an important district game and fell by a single touchdown.

    The game started with scores by both teams on their opening possessions.

    Waggener took the opening kickoff at their own 40-yard line and drove down field to score on a 19-yard pass play on third and one. Waggener came up with a big third down play early in the drive when they needed 12 yards to get a first down and completed a pass for 13 yards. The extra point kick made it 7-0 with 8:28 left in the first period.

  • Hadden finishes 15th in state...


    Henry County freshman Alex Hadden made the most of his first trip to the state tournament as he finished tied for 15th place with a two-day total of 151 to finish seven-over for 36 holes.

    Hadden had two bogeys and a double bogey through the first six holes on the first day but finished the front nine with back-to-back birdies to 38. He had two bogeys and a birdie on the back nine for a 37 to finish with a 75 the first day and make the cut.

  • Hensley just misses cut


    HCHS sophomore Maddie Hensley shot 85 in the state golf tournament Oct. 4 in Bowling Green. Hensley missed the cut to play on the second day by just one stroke. Hensley had three pars on the front nine and shot 43. She had four pars on the back for a 52.

    “It was not her ideal performance,” HCHS Coach April Berry said. “But Maddie fought through many unlucky circumstances. Overall, she was striking the ball well, especially with her driver. Her biggest struggle throughout the day was her short game.

  • Panthers beat Warriors, 42-0


    The Eminence Warriors’ trip to Frankfort Friday was rough from the outset as the Frankfort High School Panthers scored early and often in running up a 42-0 halftime score.

    The Warriors were able to play better defensively in the second half but could not get on the scoreboard as the game ended with the score still 42-0.

    The Warriors had 125 yards of total offense with 97 coming on the ground and 28 through the air.

  • Lady Cats lose to Lady...


    The Henry County Lady Cats hosted Lloyd Memorial Oct. 4 and came away with 25-20, 8-25, 21-25 loss to the Lady Juggernauts.

    The Lady Cats got off to a fast start in the first set and led 22-10 at one point, but Lloyd worked back into the game and closed the margin to three points at 23-20 before the Lady Cats finished off the set with two of the last three points.

  • Wildcats fall to North Bullitt...


    The Henry County Wildcats soccer team hosted North Bullitt Thursday night and got off to a slow start in flosing to the Eagles 11-3.

    North Bullitt scored their first goal on a ball over the top to a forward who streaked toward goal and scored from close range with 37:25 left in the first half.

    The Eagles added four more goals in the next 17 minutes to lead 5-0 before Henry County began to get into the game.

  • HCHS runs at Titans Classic


    The Henry County cross country team ran at Collins High School Saturday in the Titan Classic.

    Kayla Harger had another good race with a 12th place finish in a time of 21:51. Lilly Golden finished the race in 31st place in 23:32.

    In the boys race, Keegan Kurtz led the Wildcats with a 37th place finish in a time of 19:14. Avery Stivers finished 64th in 20:39.

  • Anderson County defeats Lady Cats



    The Henry County Lady Cat soccer team finished its regular season on the road in Lawrenceburg Oct. 5 and lost to the Lady Bearcats 5-0.

    Anderson scored early when they dribbled through the Henry County defense to get an easy goal.

    The second goal came shortly after the first on a corner kick.

  • Sports Brief-Lions Club to host...

    The Henry County Lions Club will host a mud bog Oct. 22 at the Henry County Fairgrounds at 6 p.m.

    Admission is $10. Children five and under will be admitted free of charge.

    For more information contact Ashley Williams at (502)513-8124.

  • Hensley returning to state


    Halfway through her round at Midland Trail Golf Club Sept. 26, Maddie Hensley must have felt the pressure of qualifying again for the state tournament as she has done since sixth grade. Hensley shot 43 on the front nine to put her streak of state qualifications at risk heading to the back nine.

    But she turned it around in the wet and windy conditions and shot 35 on the back nine to finish with a 78 that was good for a tie for sixth place overall and the third of four qualifying spots for individuals.