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Today's Sports

  • Third time not a charm for...

    The Eminence Warriors found themselves in an unusual situation when they hosted the Owen County Rebels on Jan. 29. The game was the third straight in which the Warriors and Rebels had faced off because of a scheduling fluke and bad weather.  The Rebels won a regular season matchup on Jan. 16 by a score of 57-44. They defeated the Warriors 72-71 in the first round of the All A Classic on Jan. 22 and then came back to Eminence after both teams lost games due to weather cancellations to play again a week later.

  • Warriors fall to Rebels in All A

    The Eminence Warriors hosted the Owen County Rebels on Jan. 22 in the first round of the All A Classic after losing to the Rebels just six days earlier in a similar scenario.

    Whether you attribute it to a hot start for the Rebels or a slow start for the Warriors, the first period of both games was the downfall for Eminence.

  • Dragons slay Wildcats

    After 11 days without a game due to the frigid, snowy weather, the South Oldham Dragons could not have been blamed if they had come into the Roy L. Winchester Gymnasium in New Castle on Friday night a little cold, but that was not the case. They lit up the Henry County Wildcats with hot shooting and tenacious defense in their 81-54 win.

  • Wishful Thinking

    This ridiculous weather has left me with a lot of extra time on my hands this week. Local teams played only two games this week out of the six that were scheduled. So I have had more than enough time to think and that is always dangerous.

    I am going to share some of these thoughts with you. I know you didn’t ask, but here it is anyway.

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  • Wildcats defeat Warriors 65-47

    Round two of the inter-county rivalry was played in Eminence on Jan. 14, and the Henry County Wildcats came out on top against the host Warriors again after defeating them earlier in the year. But this time the outcome was a little better for the Warriors, who lost to the Cats by 25 points in New Castle in early December.

    This version of the rivalry started slowly with neither team being able to find the basket in the first 90 seconds of the game.

  • Armstrong lends a hand

    Shelby Armstrong is not only dishing out assists on the basketball floor this winter, he is also assisting at the Henry County Help Center.

    For Armstrong, a football and basketball player at Eminence High School, what started out as a senior project became a personal mission.

  • Lady Cats down Mustangs

    The Henry County Lady Cats traveled to Goshen on Jan. 15 to take on the North Oldham Lady Mustangs and came away with a 46-38 victory. The Lady Cats started strong with good defense and jumped out to a 10-4 lead after one period.

    In the second period the Lady Mustangs closed the gap early but the Lady Cats were able to regain momentum and got a big 3-pointer at the halftime buzzer from Cheyenne Clark to lead 22-15.

  • Warriors fall to KSD, Trimble

    The Eminence Warriors girls’ basketball team traveled to Danville on Thursday night to take on the Kentucky School for the Deaf and lost 31-26.

    The Warriors started out with the first basket of the game and led 4-2 early before KSD went on a run to take the lead. By halftime the Warriors had scored just three more points and trailed 12-7.

    “I was disappointed in our effort in the first half, especially coming off the Trimble game the night before,” Coach Zach Adair said.