Today's Sports

  • Panthers beat Warriors, 42-0


    The Eminence Warriors’ trip to Frankfort Friday was rough from the outset as the Frankfort High School Panthers scored early and often in running up a 42-0 halftime score.

    The Warriors were able to play better defensively in the second half but could not get on the scoreboard as the game ended with the score still 42-0.

    The Warriors had 125 yards of total offense with 97 coming on the ground and 28 through the air.

  • Lady Cats lose to Lady...


    The Henry County Lady Cats hosted Lloyd Memorial Oct. 4 and came away with 25-20, 8-25, 21-25 loss to the Lady Juggernauts.

    The Lady Cats got off to a fast start in the first set and led 22-10 at one point, but Lloyd worked back into the game and closed the margin to three points at 23-20 before the Lady Cats finished off the set with two of the last three points.

  • Wildcats fall to North Bullitt...


    The Henry County Wildcats soccer team hosted North Bullitt Thursday night and got off to a slow start in flosing to the Eagles 11-3.

    North Bullitt scored their first goal on a ball over the top to a forward who streaked toward goal and scored from close range with 37:25 left in the first half.

    The Eagles added four more goals in the next 17 minutes to lead 5-0 before Henry County began to get into the game.

  • HCHS runs at Titans Classic


    The Henry County cross country team ran at Collins High School Saturday in the Titan Classic.

    Kayla Harger had another good race with a 12th place finish in a time of 21:51. Lilly Golden finished the race in 31st place in 23:32.

    In the boys race, Keegan Kurtz led the Wildcats with a 37th place finish in a time of 19:14. Avery Stivers finished 64th in 20:39.

  • Anderson County defeats Lady Cats



    The Henry County Lady Cat soccer team finished its regular season on the road in Lawrenceburg Oct. 5 and lost to the Lady Bearcats 5-0.

    Anderson scored early when they dribbled through the Henry County defense to get an easy goal.

    The second goal came shortly after the first on a corner kick.

  • Sports Brief-Lions Club to host...

    The Henry County Lions Club will host a mud bog Oct. 22 at the Henry County Fairgrounds at 6 p.m.

    Admission is $10. Children five and under will be admitted free of charge.

    For more information contact Ashley Williams at (502)513-8124.

  • Hensley returning to state


    Halfway through her round at Midland Trail Golf Club Sept. 26, Maddie Hensley must have felt the pressure of qualifying again for the state tournament as she has done since sixth grade. Hensley shot 43 on the front nine to put her streak of state qualifications at risk heading to the back nine.

    But she turned it around in the wet and windy conditions and shot 35 on the back nine to finish with a 78 that was good for a tie for sixth place overall and the third of four qualifying spots for individuals.

  • Hadden qualifies for state


    Alex Hadden used a strong finish with birdies on two of the last three holes to shoot an even par 72 in the Region 7 golf tournament held at Boone Links Golf Course in Florence Sept. 27.

    That strong finish enabled Hadden to tie for first place with junior Ryan Clements of Ryle High School. Hadden, a freshman, lost the title to Clements when Clements birdied the par-five first hole in a playoff but he qualified for the state tournament in Bowling Green and will tee off at 8:30 a.m. Friday on Kentucky high school golf’s biggest stage.

  • Warriors power past Green Devils...


    The Eminence Warriors hosted the Dayton Green Devils Friday night for Homecoming and routed the Green Devils 52-14 with a strong second half performance.

    The Warriors got off to a worrying start when they fumbled the opening kickoff to give Dayton a first and 10 at the EHS 37-yard line, but freshman defensive back Justin Hedges intercepted a pass on the second play of the drive to end the threat.

  • HCHS upends Owen, 3-1


    The Henry County Wildcats hosted Carroll County on Sept. 27 and fell to the Panthers 8-1.

    The Panthers got on the scoreboard just five minutes into the game when a shot from 15 yards out got through the defense.

    Henry County’s defense stiffened for most of the rest of the first half and the Wildcats had several opportunities to even the score but could not come up with the elusive equalizer.