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Today's Sports

  • Warriors remain perfect at 5-0

    Thanks to their 28-21 win over Gallatin County Friday night, the Eminence Warriors will host a football game in the state playoffs for the first time in school history.

    The seven-point victory left the Warriors at a perfect 5-0 as they continue their quest for the school's best 11-man season on record.

  • Glorified pracrice for Cats at...

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    Last Tuesday’s cross county meet at Gallatin County was nothing more than a glorified practice for the Henry County squad that is currently aiming towards the Greater Louisville Classic Oct. 4, head coach Ricky Drawbaugh said. But a day after the Cats had a tough practice, they were still able to put together a solid race on the hilly layout.

  • Six matches in one day &...

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    The Henry County Ladycats won the Carroll County Invitational Saturday, making it a perfect two of two in volleyball tournaments so far this season.

  • Ladycats will take another shot...

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    For the fifth straight season, the Henry County girls’ golf team has the goal of finishing among the top two teams at its regional tournament to advance to the state tournament for the first time in school history.

  • Warriors earn shutout win for...

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    The Eminence Warriors got off to a 4-0 start for the first time since 2000 by dominating Friday’s football game against Bracken County. With a 46-0 shutout victory, which was in conjunction with Eminence’s homecoming, the Warriors have sealed a spot in the state playoffs for the second straight season and now have their eyes on home field advantage.

    If the Warriors can defeat either Gallatin County this Friday or Frankfort Oct. 24, they will host a playoff game for the first time in school history.

  • Lady Warriors slide backwards in...

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    Eminence’s volleyball team hit a road block last week with one of its worst matches of the season, losing 2-0 (25-6, 25-11) to North Bullitt Thursday night at home. With last Tuesday’s Evangel Christian match canceled due to the storm that swept through the area that left Evangel without electricity, the North loss was Eminence’s lone contest of the week.

  • All EHS runners finish tough...

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    Though Scott McClamroch was not there to see it, each Eminence runner crossed the finish line after completing the tough Gallatin County cross-country course for the first time since McClamroch took over the program three years ago. McClamroch had to miss the meet, but was highly impressed with the results he saw from his team last Tuesday.

  • Wildcats awaiting first serious...

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    In what has become a familiar sight for the Henry County football team so far this season, the Wildcats jumped all over their opponent Friday night — dominating the stats on both sides of the ball, holding a team scoreless for the fourth time in as many tries and coming away with a convincing 58-0 win over visiting Pendleton County.

  • Boys' golf team wins again...

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    Williamstown drastically improved its team score from 226 the last time Henry County was pitted against the Demons to a 184 last Wednesday, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Henry as the visiting Wildcats came away with a three-stoke win, 184-181.

    The week before, Henry shot its best team score of the season with a 173 against Carroll County on its home course. The 181 is right in range with the regional championship less than a week away.

  • Young Lady Warriors still...

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    With their one win this season coming against Evangel Christian a few weeks ago, the Eminence Lady Warriors were hoping to put a second check in the win column when they took on Evangel Tuesday night on the road.

    Counting its four losses last week — Whitefield Academy, Spencer County, Trimble County and Williamstown — Eminence is 1-10 with the volleyball season more than halfway through. But the Lady Warriors are continuing to improve, first-year head coach Kristen Lively said.