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Today's Sports

  • Eminence falls to Oyler in home...

    After opening the season 3-0 on the road, the Eminence Warriors opened at home.

    But the Warriors’ road form didn’t help at home as they fell to Cincinnati Oyler 30-21.

    Eminence led until the final minute of the game.

    On 4th-and-10 with 53 seconds to go from their own 28-yard line, Oyler used their final timeout to set up one more play. After the break, Oyler struck on a 72-yard pass play to take the lead.

  • Cats outlast Eminence 3-1

    In the first volleyball matchup of the season between cross-county rivals, adrenaline and nerves mixed together to produce some great moments and some that both teams would like to forget.

    In the end, the Henry County Lady Cats came out on top at home against the Eminence Warriors 3-1. While the scores of each game were close, at least three of the games seemed headed for blowout city before the trailing team rallied to make it close.

  • Peyton Takes first at NCKC

     

    MacKenzie Peyton shot a 1-over-par 72 to win the North Central Kentucky Conference golf tournament held at the Henry County Country Club on Sept. 11. Peyton’s score, which equaled her score in the Henry County Invitational, helped the Lady Cats to a runner-up finish behind Owen County.

    The Lady Rebels’ Shelby Power was the individual runner-up and led her team to a score of 330. Henry County’s team score was 375, as 6th grader Maddie Hensley shot 85 and freshman Cheyenne Clark shot 103 to join Peyton on the All-Conference team.

  • Rockets stymie Cats

    The Henry County defense shone again, despite a 21-0 loss on the road at Shelby County. Unfortunately, the Rockets defense was strong, too.

    The Wildcats’ defense played well all night, forcing 4 fumbles and holding the Rockets’ potent offense scoreless in the first half and to just two offensive touchdowns on the night. In their previous three games, the Rockets had notched no less than 28 points.

  • Henry County defeats gallatin,...

    Two days after defeating Eminence, Henry County took on another district foe.

    And again, they came out on top, defeating Gallatin County in an up and down performance, 25-18, 25-23, 10-25, 25-18.

    Henry County Head Coach Katie Ruff felt that the team looked tired in the beginning, but she was very pleased with their play in the final game of the match.

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  • Warriors fall to Owen, Storm...

    After falling to Henry County last week, the Eminence Warriors hit the road to Owen County.

    When Eminence hosted Owen County earlier this season, they came away with a 3-2 victory. This time the outcome was much different as the Lady Rebels handed the Warriors a tough defeat, 25-17, 25-16, 25-21.

  • HC Middle and Elementary Schools...

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    The Henry County middle and elementary teams participated in the North Oldham Rumble in the Jungle Saturday, Sept. 8.

    Eighth grader Brandon Handley medaled in the boys’ middle school race finishing 33rd in a field of 247 runners. He covered the 3k course in 12:27.

    Eighth grader Lily Golden finished 16th in the girls’ middle school race with a time of 13:10. Sixth grader Sydney Amyx also medaled finishing 49th in a time of 14:20 in the field of 215 runners.

  • Defense shines against Bellevue

    The script for the Henry County Wildcats’ second home game couldn’t have been more different from the first game.

    In the Wildcats’ win over Walton-Verona, the scoring came thick and fast from the opening kickoff.

    In Friday night’s homecoming win, the Cats and Bellevue Tigers had trouble finding the endzone. But the Cats got their offense going in the second quarter and then held on to win 13-6.

  • Rumbling through the Jungle

    It’s one of the biggest meets each cross country season. The Rumble in the Jungle at North Oldham draws some of the top runners and teams from around the state.

    Against some of those top runners, the Henry County cross country team turned in performances that pleased their coaches.

    “We had several runners set personal bests in this meet. Some by as much as a minute or more,” coach Victoria Michels said.