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Today's Sports

  • Entertaining postseason

    Coming out more fired up than I’ve seen them in a while, the Henry County Wildcats sprinted out of the locker room ready to roll against Elizabethtown in the second round of the football playoffs. I could see it before the game even started. The look in their eyes told the story that was to unfold during the 48 minutes that followed. I knew they would find a way to win, and that they did.

  • Beechwood ends Eminence&...

    One week after earning the school’s first football playoff victory, the Eminence Warriors ended their 2009 campaign with a huge 58-0 loss against powerhouse Beechwood on Friday night in the second round of the Class A State Playoffs.

  • Perfect season for Bengals

    Capping off a perfect season, the Campbellsburg Bengals defeated the New Castle Chiefs 21-12 on Sunday in the finals of the Henry County Youth Football League varsity division.

  • EHS makes history with school...

    Hosting Ludlow in the Class A state football playoffs for the second straight season, the Eminence Warriors got revenge from last year’s opening-round loss, accomplished their top objective for 2009 and made school history by becoming the first EHS team to win an 11-man playoff game.

  • Wildcats run away with opening-...

    The Henry County Wildcats scored 35 points in a big second half Friday night against Moore and came away with a convincing 57-27 win in the opening round of the Class 3-A state football playoffs.

    The Wildcats, who improved their overall record to 9-2, finished with 424 yards rushing, moved the chains for 27 first downs and had a number of players step up when they needed them the most. They host Elizabethtown this Friday at 7:30 p.m. in the second round.

  • Warriors XC closes out season at...

    Because of ill-timed injuries and illnesses, the Eminence cross-country team had just three athletes compete at the Class A, Region Five meet Saturday at Trimble County Park, and none of them qualified for the state meet.

  • Phillips and Fischer are headed...

    As expected, the Class 2-A, Region Three cross-country meet Saturday at McNeely Lake Park was the toughest region in Class 2-A, and one of the toughest in the entire state. Henry County’s Cassey Fischer and Eric Phillips escaped out.

  • Teams play at home

    When teams across Kentucky open the football state playoffs this weekend, both schools in Henry County will be playing at home for the first time. Yes, I will be going back and forth between the two games. And yes, I am definitely excited.

  • Wildcats enter postseason at 8-2

    It wasn’t their prettiest football outing this season, but the Henry County Wildcats were able to pull away from Gallatin County during the second half on Friday night to earn a 39-0 victory and end the regular season with an impressive 8-2 record.

    The Wildcats, who won the District Four title, have the third best record in Class 3-A behind Somerset and Mason County at 10-0 each, and will host Moore in the first round of the state playoffs this Friday night. If the Cats win, they will be at home again the following weekend against either North Oldham or Shawnee.

  • Warriors try for first 11-man...

    The team Steve Frommeyer calls the most improved squad in his 30-plus years of coaching football will take to the field this Friday night in an attempt to win Eminence High School’s first 11-man playoff game.