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Today's Sports

  • What ifs abound for Cardinals

    The University Of Louisville football team’s game with Florida State Thursday night left me with enough what ifs running through my head to fill a column.

    So here we go.

    What if Louisville had punched in on the gift given to them by their talented wide receiver DeVante Parker on the first series? Or, what if they had taken the chip shot field goal rather than going for it on fourth down at the two?

  • Lady Cats fall to North Oldham

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    The Henry County Lady Cats’ volleyball team traveled to Carroll County High School for the first round of the 8th Region volleyball tournament Oct. 27 to take on the regional favorites from North Oldham High School. The Lady Cats fell to the Lady Mustangs 25-5, 25-9, 25-13.

    Henry County seemed intimidated by the Lady Mustangs to start the match but slowly grew more confident as the match wore on. North Oldham jumped to a 9-0 lead in the first game and cruised to the win.

  • Hammond speaks to Henry County...

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    University of Louisville women’s basketball player Sara Hammond visited Henry County High School Friday to speak to the Henry County High School and Middle School Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

    Hammond, a native of Rockcastle County, led her high school team to a state championship in 2011 before signing to play for the Cardinals. She was the first female player from Kentucky to be named a McDonald’s All-American. She was also a Parade and USA Today All-American.

  • Colts win HCYFL title

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    The Eastern Colts won the varsity division of the Henry County Youth Football League Oct. 19 for the first time since 2008. The team finished the season with a 9-1 record.

    The members of the Colts are: Anthony “Tank” Bates, Steve Banta, Andrew Warner, Jason Wheeler, Sam Owens, Eli Rice, Derek Benham, Scott Williams, Brandon Cox, Ray Trippett, Brett Herbig, Michael Shaw, Josh Thomas, Isaiah Way, Tanner Raisor, Cody Shuck and Andy Clark.

  • Henry County youth basketball...

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    Henry County Youth Basketball is holding signups for pre-school through sixth grade boys and girls Friday, Nov. 7 at New Castle Elementary from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

    Call Brent New at 321-1702 for more details.

  • Wildcats fall to E-town

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    The Henry County Wildcats’ football team traveled to Elizabethtown with a number two seed in the playoffs riding on the outcome. The host Panthers came out on top with a 35-7 win.

    Henry County had a bright start when Devin Hagan returned the opening kickoff 71 yards to give the Wildcats excellent field position. But the Elizabethtown defense allowed just one yard of offense to the Cats before they turned it over on downs.

  • Dragons down Lady Cats

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    The Henry County Lady Cats traveled to North Oldham High School Oct. 20 to take on South Oldham, the top team in the 8th Region.

    It was a daunting task for the Lady Cats but they gamely fought their way through the full eighty minutes, falling 9-0.

    Sophie Hughes was a busy goalkeeper and the sweat soaking her jersey on a chilly night attested to that.

    Hughes had several good saves but the Lady Dragons kept pounding away until they could get opportunities that would not allow Hughes to have a chance at saving their shots.

  • Lady Cats take round 3 in...

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    The Henry County Lady Cats took on their county rivals the Eminence Warriors in the first round of the 31st District tournament Oct. 21 at Warsaw and came out on top in a very closely contested volleyball match. In the finals the Carroll County Lady Panthers were dominant as they rolled to a 3-0 victory over the Lady Cats.

    HCHS 3 EHS 2

  • Warriors lose to Panthers

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    The Eminence Warriors traveled to Frankfort Friday to play the Frankfort High School Panthers with the deck stacked against them.

    The Warriors had several players missing due to injury and six players suspended due the altercation that broke out in the Paris game the week before.

    The highly rated Panthers came away with a 73-0 win over the short-handed Warriors.

  • Titans beat Wildcats

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    The Henry County Wildcats’ soccer team saw its season end with a 10-0 loss to Collins in the first round of the regional tournament Oct. 20 on the Titans’ home field.

    The Wildcats started brightly with an early attack that saw Gavin Jameson get behind the defense for a shot from 15 yards out. But the shot was right at the Collins goalkeeper who made the easy save.