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Today's Sports

  • Bombs Away! Warriors drill Burgin

    Eminence hits 13 3-point shots against Bulldogs

    By Greg Woods
    sports@hclocal.com
    The Eminence Warriors celebrated the end of their regular season with  homecoming and an 81-66 victory over the Burgin Bulldogs Friday night.
    The Warriors opened with a different starting lineup — due to disciplinary reasons — and the changes threw the team out of synch as Burgin jumped on top 7-0.

  • Cats close out season with win...

     

    The Henry County Wildcats were trailing Trimble County in their final regular season game, when a lob play meant for Chase Howard ignited a 13-0 run to finish the game.

    With 58 seconds to go, the Cats were down 45-43. Dakota Estes took a pass on the left wing, and hurled the ball toward the rim.

  • Lady Cats fall to Raiders;...

    In a season filled with injuries and illness that have depleted the Henry County Lady Cats roster, more bad news came Friday afternoon.

    As the team prepared to travel to Northern Kentucky to take on the Cooper Lady Jaguars, they learned that leading scorer Cheyenne Clark was out for the season with a stress fracture in her foot.

    The Lady Cats would have to face Cooper with yet another restructured starting lineup with only about five hours notice. Clark’s absence was keenly felt, as the Lady Cats fell 64-23

  • Sports Brief

     

  • Sports Brief

    Youth baseball signups will be from 6 to 8 p.m., Wendesday Feb. 20and 27, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday, Mar. 2, 6 to 8 p.m., Wednesday, Mar. 6, and from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., Saturday, Mar. 9, all at the 4-H building at the Henry County Fairgrounds.

    For more information call Jamie Tingle at 667-2764.

  • 'It makes a coach proud...

    There was a festive atmosphere in the Henry County High School library on Feb. 6 as three Wildcat football players signed letters of intent.

    Linemen Tyler Craigmyle and Ben Armstrong signed to play football at Lindsey Wilson College, and lineman Corey Winters signed with Southeastern University in Lakeland, Fla.

    Wildcats head coach Jason Spencer was excited.

  • Bears & Bearcats claw Cats

    The Henry County Wildcats hosted the Anderson County Bearcats on Feb. 5 and fell 70-54 to the 8th Region power.

    The Wildcats opened with a Chase Howard layup and an Austin Young basket in the post. Both teams played strong defense and patient offense in the opening period and found it difficult to finish. The Wildcats won the first period, 10-9, with points from five different players during the period.

  • Warriors whip Wolverines

    The Eminence Warriors head into the final week of the regular season on a roll. After a big district win against Carroll County, the Warriors went to Louisville, twice, and came away with victories each time against Walden and Evangel.

    The 76-51 win over Evangel was the Warrior’s fourth in a row, matching their longest streak of the season.

    Against Evangel, the Warriors followed a blueprint that was successful against Walden, and they jumped out to an early 20-0 lead.

  • Lady Cats show grit, win two

    The Henry County Lady Cats got two wins last week to get some momentum going heading into the final week of the season. The Lady Cats use disciplined play in the fourth quarter of both games to pull off come-from-behind wins.

    HCHS 42 Fairdale 36

    After leading the Fairdale Lady Bulldogs for much of the game, the Henry County Lady Cats found themselves down by six points about halfway through the fourth period on Feb. 5th.

  • Warriors down KSD, 59-6

    The Eminence girls hosted the Kentucky School for the Deaf Thursday and came away with a 53-point victory.

    The Warriors were too much for the Colonels, dominating all phases of the game.

    The Colonels scored the opening bucket of the game and then struggled to find the goal the rest of the game as the Warriors went on a 23-0 run for the remainder of the opening period.