Today's Sports

  • Lady Cats go to the wire with...

    It was a barn burner at Henry County last week as the Lady Cats hosted district foe Owen County. The Lady Cats came out on top in the close 3-2 match.

    The Lady Cats played the Lady Rebels Thursday night and started the first game slowly, falling behind 5-0. The Lady Cats worked their way back into the game and eventually tied the score at 10-10 on an ace by Kim Barmore.

  • Eagles fly past Warriors

    The Shawnee Golden Eagles took the first play from scrimmage and turned it into a 65-yard touchdown run and never looked back against the host Eminence Warriors Friday night on their way to a 50-6 victory.

  • Beckley key in boys' golf...

    Sometimes in high school golf the fifth player can go through most of the season without his score counting in the team results, but that was not the case for Jakob Beckley on Thursday at the Henry County Country Club.

    Beckley finished his round Thursday with a 55, which normally wouldn’t put him in contention to score among the top four golfers on the team. But Dillon Allen had an off day and Beckley’s score was one stroke better which gave the Wildcat golf team a one-stroke win over the Owen County Rebels.

  • EHS Student Athlete of the Week-...

    Tiffany is a senior on the Warriors volleyball team.

    Parents: Valerie and Michael Thomas.


    What do you do for fun

    I like to go shopping, hang out with friends, watch television, listen to music and draw.

    How about school clubs

    Senior Beta and pep club.

    Favorite school subject and why

    Math, because I like the challenge it gives me.

    Favorite TV shows

    Pretty little Liars and the Game.

    Favorite Movie

    The Host.

    Favorite music style/artist

  • HCHS Student Athlete of the Week...

    Giovanni is a senior on the Wildcats’ football and track teams.

    Parents Rosemarie and Ricardo Rivera.

    What do you do for fun?

    Hang out with family. Play basketball recreationally. Announcing high school basketball games.

    How about school clubs?

    F.O.R. club, pep club, FBLA and FCA.

    Favorite school subject and why:

    Statistics because I find it fun and interesting.

    Favorite TV shows:

    Sports Center and NFL Network.

    Favorite Movie:

    Superman II.

  • Coach's Corner-Steve...

    Basic bio




    Ft. Thomas

    High School

    Campbell County High School



    Teaching position

    Principal at St. Francis of Assisi (K-8)

    Coaching background

    35 years


    Wife Jennifer, Children: Derek, Alyssa, and Gretchen and Sophia (twins)

    Outside interests?

  • Cats fall 7-0 to Whitefield

    The Henry County Wildcat soccer team traveled to Louisville to take on Whitefield Academy Thursday night and fell to the host Wildcats 7-0.

    The game, played in 96-degree heat, was halted every 20 minutes for a ten-minute water break. At halftime Whitefield had scored two goals.

    “They hurt us on the wings,” Coach Bobby Jameson said. “They were really good at crossing. They crossed it constantly. We got a lot of shots in the first half. We just couldn’t get one in the net. They had a really good goalie.”

  • Sports Briefs

    FFM Golf Scramble and 5k set for September

    The Friends for Michael Spinal Cord Injury Organization will host its annual golf scramble at the Henry County Country Club Wednesday, Sept. 11. Registration begins at 7:15 a.m. There will be a shotgun start at 8 a.m. For more information go to www.friendsformichael.org.

    The 17th Annual FFM 5k run/walk will be Saturday, Sept. 28, at the Henry County Middle School. Registration begins at 7:15 a.m. The race begins at 9 a.m. For more information go to www.friendsformichael.org.

  • Mustangs win BAA state title




  • Vaughn Wins Henry County...

    The Henry County Country Club hosted the Henry County Invitational men’s golf tournament on Saturday and Sunday. More than 70 players competed in seven different flights with Vincent Vaughn taking the title in the Championship flight.

    Vaughn shot 72 on Saturday but came back to fire a 3-under par 69 on Sunday to win the tournament by four strokes over David Jasper of Prospect and Aaron Tingle of Bedford. It was Vaughn’s fourth consecutive win in the annual tournament.

    Jasper beat Tingle in a one-hole playoff for second place.