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Today's Sports

  • Lady Cats get key district win

    The Henry County Lady Cats are getting the wins when they matter the most: in district games.

    The team’s second win of the season came in their second district game of the season against Carroll County on Tuesday, Aug. 21.  They then defeated Owen County last Thursday.

    The Lady Cats are 0-4 in non-district play. The 3-0 record in district play helps the Cats toward a better seed when the district tournament rolls around at the end of the season.

  • Warriors Fall in Class A, bounce...

    Like many small teams across the state, the Eminence Warriors volleyball team had dreams of winning the All “A” Classic regional tournament.

    But that dream came to a halt Saturday afternoon when the Warriors ran into the buzz-saw that is Walton-Verona.

    The Warriors faced the Bearcats in the semifinal of their Class A region, but Walton put up a 12-3 run to finish what had been a close game, winning 25-15.

  • A tale of two halves

    Cats win after tightening up kickoff coverage

    By Greg Woods
    Sports editor
    It was the best of halves, it was the worst of halves.
    All 51 points in the Cats 27-24 win over Walton Verona came in the first half; and most of those came in the first quarter.
    It was a game in which the Wildcats found themselves playing catch up in the first half against Walton-Verona and kickoff coverage was a glaring weakness.

  • Road Warriors win again


    The Eminence High School Warriors may want to change their name to honor the Mel Gibson film series of the 1980’s. The Road Warriors have won 2 in a row on the road and will play in Cincinnati tomorrow against Riverview High School. They will finally come home to play on Sept. 14.
    For now though, the road is just fine as Eminence defeated the Shawnee Golden Eagles 40-15 Friday in Louisville to follow up the trip to Caverna where they won 22-0.

  • Road Warriors win again


    The Eminence High School Warriors may want to change their name to honor the Mel Gibson film series of the 1980’s. The Road Warriors have won 2 in a row on the road and will play in Cincinnati tomorrow against Riverview High School. They will finally come home to play on Sept. 14.
    For now though, the road is just fine as Eminence defeated the Shawnee Golden Eagles 40-15 Friday in Louisville to follow up the trip to Caverna where they won 22-0.

  • Boys golf showing steady...

    The Henry County boys’ golf team hosted two matches last week against conference rivals and came up on the short end of the scorecard.

    On Wednesday, Aug. 22 the Cats hosted Owen County with Owen winning the match 172 to 202.

    Individually, Alex Hadden shot a 42 to lead the Cats. Nathan Paris shot 49, Isaac Klempner shot 52 and Connor Lyons carded a 59.

    On Tuesday, Aug. 21, the Cats took on Carroll County and lost 182 to 205. Hadden led the team with a 44, Paris and Klempner shot 52 and Dillon Allen shot 57.

  • Lady Cats trump Trimble on the...


    The Henry County Lady Cats hosted the Trimble County Lady Raiders Wednesday Aug. 22 and came away with a 47-stroke victory.
    MacKenzie Peyton took individual honors with a 37. Teammate Maddie Hensley took second with a 39. Cheyenne Clark carded a 59 and Nikki Perkinson shot a 65 to round out the team scoring at 200.
    Others participating for the Lady Cats but not figuring in the scoring included Hayley Peyton, 66, Claire Young, 71, and Tori Williams, 72.

  • Mustangs win tournament

    Submitted
    The Mustangs Little League baseball team traveled to Cecilia, and played in a tournament on the weekend of August 18 and 19. The Mustangs came in first place and went undefeated. In pool play on Saturday they tied South Hardin County 3-3. In the second game they beat LaRue County 5-4. On Sunday in a single elimination tournament they beat LaRue County 7-0 and in the finals beat Elizabethtown 4-2 to win the championship.

  • Jimison to lead EHS cross country

     

  • Girls soccer falls to Owen


    The Henry County Lady Cats traveled to Owenton Wednesday Aug. 22 to take on the Owen County Lady Rebels and came away with a 5-0 defeat.
    Owen County scored 3 goals in the first half and 2 in the second as the Lady Cats were held scoreless for the second time in three games.