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Today's Sports

  • Warriors fall to Bearcats in...

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    The Eminence Warriors took on the Anderson County Bearcats in the Eighth Region basketball tournament Thursday night and fell 69-60 after leading for large parts of the game.
    With the game tied at 45 in the fourth period, Anderson County’s all-region player, Cobe Penny, took over after being held in check due to foul trouble through most of the game. Penny scored seven straight points to give the Bearcats a 52-45 lead with 4:44 left. The Bearcats never trailed again on the way to earning a semifinal matchup with South Oldham.

  • Eminence Warriors top hoops...

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    It’s time to review the 2016-17 basketball season and this year the Eminence Warriors top the list for their trip to the Eighth Region tournament.

    Warriors beat Wildcats to make it to the regional tournament.

    The Eminence Warriors had their most successful season since 2013 when they went 17-13 and defeated Henry County and Gallatin County in the district tournament to reach the Eighth Region tournament for the first time in many years.

  • Henry Hoopla coming soon

    It is almost time for the Henry Hoopla bracket contest. After the tournament has been set on March 12, make your picks and join our contest.

    We will be use the cbssports.com March Madness bracket games to enter contestants.

    If you do not feel comfortable entering online, send your brackets to us at the “Henry County Local” and we will enter them for you.

    Only one bracket per player may be entered.

  • Former Cats help Saints to title

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    The Thomas More Saints just wrapped up their 2016-17 basketball season with a trip to the NCAA Division III basketball tournament.

    The Saints went 22-7 this season and won a share of the Presidents’ Athletic Conference regular season title and won the conference tournament.

    The Saints fell to Guilford in the first round of the NCAA tournament. It was their first appearance in the tournament since 2009.

    Two Henry County High School graduates were a big part of their success.

  • Warriors defeat Wildcats in...

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    Eminence Warriors fans must have thought they were experiencing déjà vu as they watched their team come back from a large deficit in the fourth period once again. On Dec. 6 the Warriors came from nine down late in the fourth quarter to defeat archrival Henry County 59-56.

    This time the Warriors trailed by 11 points with 4:33 to go in the game before rallying to win at Henry County in the 31st District tournament.

  • EHS girls win over Lady Cats to...

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    The Eminence Warriors threatened to run away with an easy win in the first half and then had to withstand a furious Henry County rally before pulling out a 52-42 win in the first round of the 31st District tournament.

    The host Lady Cats took a 5-2 lead with 3:25 left in the first quarter on a Katherine Buckler 3-pointer. But the Warriors answered back with 3-pointers from Emilie Ethington and Tavi West to lead 8-5 after a nervous opening period for both teams.

  • Wildcats rumble past Raiders, 74...

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    The Henry County Wildcats hosted the Trimble County Raiders Feb. 14 on senior night and came away with a 13-point win fueled by a strong post game from the Wildcats.

    DJ Aneszko got the Wildcats off to a good start when he scored in the lane just 28 seconds in.

    After a put back by the Raiders, Zach Hinkel scored inside and Noah Foree hit a free throw to make it 5-2 with 5:51 left in the first period.

  • Lady Cats roll over Redhawks

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    The Henry County Lady Cats hosted the Seneca Redhawks in their regular season finale and came away with a 56-21 win.

    The Lady Cats used pressure defense early in the game to jump out to a 9-0 lead.

    Katherine Buckler started the scoring with a 3-pointer before Ashley Mullins scored on a put back. Janey Thompson then hit a 15-footer from the baseline before Aleah Tuggle hit two free throws.

    Seneca broke into the scoring column with a layup with 5:23 left but Tuggle answered with a 3-pointer to make it 12-2.

  • Metten to coach EHS baseball

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    Eric Metten has been named to lead the Eminence Warriors baseball program this season. Metten, who lives in Eminence, is a postal carrier in Louisville for the U.S. Postal Service.

    Metten’s oldest son Mitchell recently graduated from Eminence where he played baseball for the Warriors and will now assist his father in running the program.

    Metten’s youngest son, Marshall, is a freshman on the baseball team.

  • EHS girls finish with two wins

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    The Eminence Warriors girls basketball team went on the road for two games to finish their season and came away with two wins that should give them momentum going into the postseason.

    EHS 52 Whitesville Trinity 42

    The Warriors got off to a strong start against the Lady Raiders as they led 12-4 after one period of play. Tavi West, Emilie Ethington and Madison Dockter all scored four points in the opening period.