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Today's Sports

  • Gallatin loss secures Henry...

    Regardless how the Henry County girls’ basketball team plays this Saturday in what will be its final 31st District game in the regular season, the Ladcyats will be the fourth seed in the district tournament next month.

  • Henry boys only county team...

    According to the Courier-Journal Litkenhous Ratings, the Henry County boys’ team is 10th in the 8th Region and is the only team in the county ranked among the top-10.

    The Litratings compare Kentucky high school teams based on a computer analysis of the scores of all sanctioned games involving in-state teams. The most recent girls’ list was released on Friday and the most recent boys’ list was released Tuesday morning.

  • Cats pull away down the stretch

    On a night when the two in-county high schools pushed and shoved for those bragging rights, the Henry County boys’ basketball team used its depth to pull away from Eminence in the closing quarter on Monday, winning 52-36.

    The two teams played even in the early going, and were tied at 23 at the half before the Wildcats went ahead for good midway through the third quarter. The host squad knocked down 9-of-15 free throws during the fourth quarter, outscored Eminence 16-4 during the stretch and pulled away to the 16-point victory.

  • Henry girls drop first 4 in...

    After dropping two more 31st District games last week, the Henry County girls’ basketball team must beat Gallatin County next Monday at home and again on Saturday on the road to not be the fourth seed when the district tournament arrives next month.

  • EHS girls are 1-12 overall after...

    Junior center Samantha Congleton will miss at least the next two weeks after twisting her ankle, and the Eminence girls’ basketball team dropped two more games last week for a 1-12 record.
    The Warriors lost to Newport last Tuesday night, 40-26, then to Martha Layne Collins on Friday, 70-22. They have now lost 11 straight with their one win this season against Evangel Christian on Dec. 7.

  • ‘Once a Warrior, always a...

    In an attempt to unify Eminence Independent Schools, the Board of Education voted that all K-12 students be referred to as the Warriors, and it will be official next Tuesday with a ceremony inside the school-owned Community Life Center at 6:30 p.m.

  • Moving on to another decade

    Oh, how I’ll miss the the first decade of the 2000s — I don’t want it to end. Simply put, it was the best.

    There were so many life-altering events for me during the last 10 years that I’m sure many of my best memories will come from this time. It might not be the best chapter when my book is finally written, but it will most likely be a memorable one. I’m actually a little sad moving on.

  • 2010: A year full of thrilling...

    While the world continued to spin around during 2010, full of the usual scandals and over-played headlines — often times pertaining to athletes — our local teams were making their own stories.

  • Cats third at own HCIT

    Ending the year in style — and maturing as a basketball team along the way — the Wildcats finished third in their own Henry County Invitational Tournament last week.

    They lost to Frankfort (60-53) in the opening game of the HCIT, but went on to win three straight, over Williamstown (67-48), Letcher County Central (41-39) and Boyle County (49-36), to finish third in the standings out of eight teams.

  • Ladycats are even at 5-5...

    Shaking off a four-game drought, the Henry County girls’ basketball team has now won three of its last four and evened up its overall record at 5-5 entering the new year.

    The Ladycats lost to John Hardin (53-45) in the opener of the First Citizens Bank Classic last Monday, then beat Atherton (54-28) and Iroquois (42-21) the following two days in the tournament hosted by North Bullitt High School.