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Today's Sports

  • That was one yummy day

    I’m still feeling the effects from judging Saturday’s Thanksgiving Dessert Baking Contest at Heart & Home in Pendleton — both the good effects and the bad ones. The good by far outweighs the bad, though.

  • Vaughn sticks through five years

    With the noise from the crowd packed inside Toyota Stadium blaring in the background, sophomore Craig Vaughn jogged out onto the field. It was his third season at Georgetown College — he red-shirted his first year in the program — and this kick return against Cumberland University would mark his first action in an actual varsity game.

  • Suzanne Cates named coach

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    Following three seasons as an assistant coach for one of the most successful programs at Henry County High School, Suzanne Cates will step into the lead role as the head coach of the HCHS softball squad this spring.

  • Drawbaugh resigns coaching...

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    After three seasons as the head coach for the Henry County High School cross-country team, Ricky Drawbaugh has recently decided to resign his position. Drawbaugh might coach track this spring but will definitely not be back for cross next fall or track the following year.

    “It was not an easy decision. The biggest factor in my resignation was my family,” said Drawbaugh, who is married and has a 16-month-old daughter. “I will miss working with the kids. The team will be fine, though.”

  • EHS Warriors unable to win...

    The Eminence Warriors’ bid to become the first football team in school history to win an 11-man playoff game was spoiled by the visiting Ludlow Panthers Friday night in the opening round of the Class A State Playoffs.

  • Wildcats' season comes to...

    In a turn of events that saw the Henry County Wildcats start the football season on fire before slowly taking a nose dive, their season came to a crashing end Friday night against Central in the opening round of the Class 3-A State Playoffs.

  • New season starts Friday

    For one team, it’s the chance to make history. For the other, it’s the chance to get back on track after a string of setbacks. Both Eminence and Henry County will get the opportunity to shine this Friday night when high school football teams all across Kentucky open the much-anticipated state playoffs.

  • Wildcats handed worst loss of...

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    In the aftermath of the Scott High School game Friday night, which Henry County lost 69-12 giving up 42 first-half points and 476 yards on the ground, the Wildcats are trying to get back that winning spark that saw them dominate their first four games of the season and win five of their first six.

  • Bengals, Colts win HCYFL titles

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    In a night marked by cold weather and big plays from the younger footballers in the county, the Henry County Youth Football League wrapped up its season Sunday night with championship games for both the junior varsity and varsity divisions.

  • Warriors finish XC season at...

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    The Eminence cross-country season came to an end Saturday at the Class A, Region Five Championships with no Eminence runner advancing to the KHSAA State Cross Country Championships, which will be held this Saturday at the State Horse Park in Lexington.