Today's Sports

  • Lawson new EHS A.D., football...


    Tye Lawson has been named the new football coach and athletic director at Eminence High School.

    Lawson joins the EHS staff after serving as head football coach at Bullitt Central last year. Before that, Lawson was associate head coach for the Cougars for one year.

  • Sharpshooters' season off...


    The Henry County 4-H Sharpshooters have had a busy spring and have returned with many trophies for their efforts. Practices started early and the team has already traveled to several competitions, with great success.

  • Hard work pays off

    I have taken some mostly good natured ribbing from some Henry County sports fans for the amount of coverage I have given to a couple of local golfers over the past few years.

    MacKenzie Peyton and Alex Hadden are names that are familiar to the readers of these pages because of one reason – they succeed at a high level in their sport.

  • Hadden finishes second on...


    Alex Hadden, a rising freshman at Henry County High School, has been busy working on his golf game since last fall.

    Hadden has played in ten events on the Golfweek Junior Tour since November and after placing fourth in the tour championship at the University Club of Kentucky on May 26, finished the season ranked second in his age division.

    The Golfweek Junior Tour includes players from Michigan, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio.

  • Wildcats bow out in 8th region...


    The Henry County Wildcats faced the Simon Kenton Pioneers in the semifinals of the Eighth Region tournament May 31 and lost 7-3.

    Simon Kenton defeated the Shelby County Rockets 5-1 in the first round while the Wildcats knocked off South Oldham, one of the regional favorites, 6-1.

  • Lady Cats fall to North Oldham...


    The Henry County Lady Cats fell to the North Oldham Lady Mustangs, 5-0, May 30 in the first round of the 8th Region tournament at Trimble County High School.

    Lady Mustangs’ pitcher Madisyn Eads confounded the Lady Cats’ hitters all day as she pitched a one-hitter. Eads stuck out nine batters and walked three.

    Haley Miles broke up Eads’ no-hit bid with a single to lead off the seventh inning.

  • The Greatest will be missed

    As a young boy I watched Muhammad Ali in amazement. Not just for his incredible boxing skills but also for his brash, hilarious speaking style. Ali could dazzle in the ring with his incredibly quick feet and hands. Outside the ring he was incredibly quick with his dazzling wit.

    He was a trash talker before it was cool. But it was more than the way he taunted opponents and reporters. He made up simple rhymes that said so much. In another life he could have written campaign ads and commercial jingles.

  • 2016 spring sports review


    The spring sports season wrapped up last week with Henry County baseball’s exit from the regional tournament in the semifinal round against Simon Kenton. As the summer break begins, it is time to look back at the teams that graced the playing surfaces of our local schools this spring.

    HCHS baseball goes deep in postseason

    The last couple of weeks of baseball season were filled with high drama on the diamond for the Henry County Wildcats.

  • Wildcats finish second in...


    The Henry County Wildcats and Carroll County Panthers met in a 31st District semifinal May 24. Henry County came out on top 1-0. A single run in the bottom of the sixth decided the outcome as Henry County’s Jaydon Berry and Carroll County’s Justin Ray engaged in a pitcher’s duel.

    The winning run scored when Trey Wills came home on a double to centerfield by Berry.

  • Lady Cats win 31st District...


    The Henry County Lady Cats used strong pitching and timely hitting to power their way to the 31st District tournament title with a 10-0 win against Eminence and a 15-2 victory over Carroll County.

    HCHS 10 EHS 0

    The Lady Cats took a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first against the Warriors in their semifinal matchup May 23.