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Today's Sports

  • Fischer sisters and Farmer lead...

    Sports Editor

    Without enough runners to get in the team standings, the Henry County cross-country squad ran as individuals at the annual North Central Kentucky Conference Championships, which were hosted by Williamstown High School Oct. 18 on a challenging course.

  • Cats take another district loss...

    Sports editor

    With a few key players watching from the sideline, a few more walking around with their helmets off the entire game, and still more hobbling on and off the football field between plays, the Henry County Wildcats could not overcome Spencer County’s running attack Friday night as the Cats took their third district loss of the season and will now play on the road in the first round of the state playoffs Nov. 14.

  • Frommeyer: defense's best...

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    Against a tough Frankfort squad Friday night, the Eminence Warriors took just their second loss of the season in an anticipated football matchup for the district title. But it was the best the Warriors’ defense had played all season despite the 30-0 loss, coach Steve Frommeyer said.

  • EMS Braves make history on...

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    In the first year that Class A, District Four has used a playoff system for the middle school football teams, the Eminence Middle School Braves were able to reach the district finals Saturday night against the Bracken County Polar Bears.

  • Another big win for the Warriors

    Sports Editor

    The Eminence Warriors are playing their best football of the season, head coach Steve Frommeyer said, and they proved it Friday night with another big win to improve to 7-1 on the season. This time, it was Bishop Brossart who left Warrior Field disappointed after Eminence jumped out to a huge early lead and cruised in for a 54-0 victory.

  • Warriors face tough runners at...

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    In one of their largest cross-country races of the season, the Eminence Warriors competed at the Dragon Invitational, hosted by South Oldham High School, Saturday afternoon.

    Eminence had one runner in the boys’ varsity race and seven in the girls’ race, and was led by Trey Hernandez and Candace Wells — the only two EHS runners to crack the top 100 in the individual standings. 

  • Wildcats use running attack in...

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    Typically, Henry County uses a pass-happy offense that picks opponents apart, but it was the Wildcats’ ground attack that pushed them past Carroll County in a 47-14 victory Friday night.

  • Soccer teams here to stay

    There were highs and lows. There were victories. Losses. Speed bumps. High-fiving moments. Injuries. Celebrations. Road blocks.

    But along the way, regardless of what the scoreboard said, these players continued to make history and continued to pave the way for future soccer teams at Henry County High School. And when it was all said and done last week, they were just happy that they got the chance to play.

  • Boys' soccer team plays...

    Sports editor

    It was a season full of firsts for the Henry County boys’ soccer team, which accumulated with a 9-0 loss to Shelby County in the Wildcats first try in the 16th District tournament Monday night.

  • Future looks bright for girls...

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    The Henry County Ladycats ran into the best team they have played all season Monday night, which also happened to be the opening round of the 16th District tournament and the season finale for the Cats’ inaugural season.