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Today's Sports

  • Fall Sports Preview: EHS senior-...

    Sports editor

    When Steve Frommeyer hosted the annual senior dinner at his home last week, he could not believe the number of players that were there — forks and knives in hand ready to gorge on the traditional steak and sides.

  • Fall Sports Preview: Ladycats...

    Sports editor

    Following in the footsteps of Henry County volleyball team’s record-breaking season — when the Ladycats won a school record 19 matches and claimed their first district title in school history — won’t be an easy task, but it makes it a little easier with a majority of those same players back in the lineup.

  • Fall Sports Preview: Ladycats...

    Sports editor

    The Henry County girls’ golf team will juggle its schedule this year to go against more stiff competition, be eligible to play in the 8th Region All “A” Classic for the first time and make the switch from the 6th Region to the 5th Region in post-season action. But the squad will basically be the exact same team from last year’s recording-breaking group, just a year wiser, a year stronger and a year better.

  • Fall Sports Preview: Lady...

    Sports editor

    In familiar fashion, the Eminence volleyball team will have a young team this season with a majority of middle school, freshmen and sophomore players. And the Lady Warriors are still trying to get back on the winning side of things after a couple of disappointing seasons record wise.

  • Fall Sports Preview: Soccer team...

    Sports editor

    A year after starting a junior varsity soccer program from the ground up at Henry County High School, the girls’ team is preparing to move on to the next level.

    For the first time in school history, a varsity soccer game was played Tuesday night when the Ladycats traveled to Whitefield Academy, and the memory-making Cats will follow with a complete 11-game schedule and post-season action.

  • FFM set for September events

    As expected, the first leg of this year’s Kentucky Association 5K Running Series drew in some of the top runners from across the state as they vied for prize money and bragging rights at the West Louisville Appreciation 5K Run July 26. The overall winner’s time dropped nearly two minutes with Chris Noel crossing the finish line in 15 minutes and 50 seconds in the first of three races that make up the series.

  • Athletes enjoying the luxury of...

    Sports Editor 

    With the first full school year starting since the construction of the Henry County Fieldhouse, the new building located behind the middle school is definitely getting used by the high school’s programs, HCHS Athletics Director Todd Gilley said in a recent phone interview.

  • Jim Green: Once Eminence's...

    While thousands of athletes from around the world are converging on China for the 2008 Beijing Olympics, which started Aug. 8 and last until Aug. 24, I am reminded of a time when Eminence almost left its own mark at the Olympic games. Only bad luck and ill-timed injuries could stop the small Henry County town from showcasing to the entire world what it had proudly produced — the lightning fast Jim Green who once ran the streets of Eminence and was close to leaving his mark among the greatest athletes in the world on the biggest stage.

  • Questions and Answers with...

    Shannon Snider, the Henry County High School girls’ soccer coach, will attempt his first Ironman Aug. 31 when he swims 2.5 miles, bikes 112 miles and runs 26.2 miles with hundreds of other long-distance triathletes at the Ford Louisville Ironman. Ford Ironman made its debut last August with 1,564 finishers, and has quickly become one of the United States most popular Ironman races. The swim takes place in the Ohio River, while the bike and run courses go through various areas which include downtown Louisville, Prospect, Clifton, LaGrange, Clarksville and Butchertown.

  • Cross country and track are...

    In an attempt to insure the best athletes and teams from around the state qualify for the state championships, the Kentucky High School Athletic Association recently realigned the cross country and track regions, changed the state qualifying process for cross country and might do the same for track. The juggled alignment, which will start during the 2008-09 school year, left teams switching regions all across Kentucky.