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Today's Sports

  • Hunsaker says Cats are &...

    Sports editor

    The high school baseball season starts this week and Austin Hunsaker says his Henry County Wildcats are very coachable and are more prepared for games, compared to previous seasons when the weather put a damper on pre-season play.

  • With new coach, Ladycats ready...

    Sports editor

    Finishing last season with an impressive 24 wins and winning their fourth straight 31st District title, the Henry County Ladycats are now ready to make the jump to the next level. Matt Wright, who was named Suzanne Cates’ replacement after her resignation, is the one in charge to get the job done.

  • EHS track continues at least one...

    After restarting the Eminence High School track team five years ago, Steve Frommeyer announced the program will continue this spring.

    Frommeyer, who is the school’s principal and head football coach, has decided to continue the program after students showed enough interest. He will be the head coach for a team that has struggled with numbers the last few seasons. There are around 12 athletes wanting to join the squad.

  • Hoopla... it’s back!

    It’s Henry Hoopla time, again.

  • Gilley makes the Wright choice

    Keeping a familiar face in charge of one of the most successful teams in the county, Henry County High School Athletics Director Todd Gilley hired Matt Wright to head the school’s softball program.

    Wright has been an assistant coach for the Ladycats for three seasons (2006-2008) and was the head football coach at Beth Haven for one season (2008). He takes over the program from Suzanne Cates, who resigned last June following her one year in charge. In what Gilley describes as an easy choice, Wright was hired just one month later.

  • Shelby beats South for 8th...

    Playing inside Henry County High School’s legendary Roy L. Winchester Gym for the 47th straight year, Shelby County beat South Oldham in the finals of the boys’ 8th Region tournament last Tuesday night.

    The Rockets, who will represent the region in the Sweet 16 State Basketball Tournament this week, won the regional title two years ago but were beaten by Anderson County on a last-second shot in 2009. They play the state’s top-ranked team, Ballard, in the opening round of the state tournament Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. inside Rupp Arena in Lexington.

  • Pikeville takes notice

    A month after Chris Price signed to play football for Pikeville College, three more Henry County High School football players have also committed to play for the Bears next school year.

  • Sedrick Williams takes over...

    Trying to bring a more consistent approach to the Henry County track program with a long-term focus, Sedrick Williams has taken over the reigns as the head coach.

    Williams, who was born in North Carolina but raised in New York, was officially given the position in October. He started coaching the squad on Feb. 22 with the first meet scheduled for next Thursday at Carroll County.

  • Jeffries, Mings make All-Region...

    In a vote of the 8th Region’s basketball coaches, Henry County High School seniors Connor Jeffries and Kelsey Mings were named to the All-Region Teams which were announced early Monday morning.

  • 24-hour race this weekend in...

    In what will be the first ultra-distance running event in Henry County, the Highland Renaissance site in Eminence will host a 24-hour race this weekend.

    Labeled the Highland Renaissance 24-Hour Race Sponsored by PBI Bank, the event starts at 8 a.m. on Saturday and finishes at 9 a.m. on Sunday due to Daylight Saving’s Time. Runners can compete as individuals or on four-person relay teams but they do not have to run the entire 24 hours or stay on site during the 24-hour long event.