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Today's Sports

  • Oldham ends HC girls’...

    Sports editor

    Oldham County scored its 10th goal during the second half Monday night and the Henry County Ladycats ended their second soccer season at the varsity level getting blanked and with an 0-12-2 record.

    Playing at North Oldham High School in the first game of the 16th District tournament, the Ladycats could not find the back of the net. Oldham was ahead 7-0 at the half and added three more goals after the break to end the game with the mercy-run rule.

  • Trying to recover

    If you see me limping around town or my eyes barely open, don’t worry — I’m just trying to recover from this past weekend. My legs are shaky, my eyes are heavy and my tank is running close to empty. I’m in desperate need of an oil change.

  • Sports briefs for the week of...

    Eminence Community Life Center

    The Eminence Community Life Center is trying to attract more participants on Friday, Oct. 16, to help raise money for the St. Jude Children’s Hospital and lure more people in the community to use the building.

  • Frankfort Panthers over Warriors...

    Sports editor

    The Eminence Warriors did not play like 40-point underdogs Friday night.

  • Season finale a thriller for...

    Sports editor

    In a see-saw three games that had long volleys, intense moments and an emotional finish, the Henry County volleyball team ended its season Monday night against Anderson County in the opening round of the 28th District tournament.

    Playing inside Eminence’s gym, both teams were on fire for much of the match. In the end, though, Anderson moved on to the district finals Tuesday night and the 8th Region tournament next week while Henry ended its season with an 18-6 overall record.

  • EMS ends football season tied...

    The Eminence Middle School Braves finished their 2009 football season at 6-1 with big highlights of tying for first place in District Four and beating a tough Frankfort team mid-season. Larry Montgomery, who has been the head coach for EMS the previous seven years, says this team is possibly the best one he has ever coached at the middle school level.

  • Sports Briefs

    HCHS Football

    The Henry County football team kicks off a three-week district stretch this Friday night when the Wildcats travel to North Oldham for a 7:30 kickoff game.

    District Four is one of the tighter districts in the state this season with the four teams ranked 10-13 in the latest Class 3-A rankings released by the Courier-Journal early Tuesday. Western Hills is No. 10 with a 76.8 ranking, Henry is No. 11 at 73.8, Spencer County is No. 12 at 72.2 and North Oldham is No. 13 at 72.0.

  • Role model for teens

    While scrolling down my Facebook page last Saturday night, I came across a post from one of my friends inviting everyone to come out to Franklinton Baptist Church the following morning to hear a guest speaker talk about teen culture. Thanks to my new addiction (Facebook) and Melissa Blankenship’s post, that’s exactly where I was 12 hours later.

  • Eminence edges Gallatin, 12-6

    Brad Tapia caught a pass from Dre Banta in the back of the end zone, then the Eminence Warriors held Gallatin County from scoring on four tries in a wild finish that gave Eminence a 12-6 overtime victory, a 4-2 overall record and a perfect 2-0 start in district play.

  • The fifth class inducted to the...

    The Eminence High School Hall of Fame got six new members over the weekend when the fifth class was recognized at halftime of Eminence’s football game Friday night and officially inducted Saturday with a ceremony inside the high school’s cafeteria.

    Joining the first four classes were Ed Berry, Sr., Bill Brammell, Dewayne Douglas, Kent Floyd, William Leslie Land and Jim McAlister. The Hall of Fame is not just for athletes, but for those that contributed the most to make EHS what it is today, Eminence principal Steve Frommeyer said.