Today's Sports

  • Boys soccer falls to Anderson


    The Henry County Wildcats traveled to Lawrenceburg Thursday night and were shutout by the Anderson County Bearcats 6-0.

    Anderson County scored three goals in each half to secure the win.

    “We came out flat,” HCHS Coach Brian Oerther said. “We did not play with the same intensity as in previous games. I don’t know if it was because of Jacob Sanders’ red card suspension or what.

  • Wildcats edge Colonels in...


    The Henry County Wildcats gave their new coach, Matt Wright, a nice welcoming present as they came from behind to defeat the Oldham County Colonels Friday night, 20-14.

    The visiting Colonels threatened to score on their opening drive. 

    The Colonels started their first drive at their own 38-yard line and drove all the way to the Henry County five-yard line before settling for a 22-yard field goal attempt that sailed wide and gave Henry County possession at their own 20-yard line.

  • Lady Cats win over Spencer, 5-2


    The Henry County Lady Cats soccer team opened their season at home Aug. 14 with a 5-2 win over the Spencer County Lady Bears.

    The Lady Cats dominated possession from the outset and Janey Thompson got the first good scoring chance just four minutes into the game but her shot from the right side went high and wide.

  • Warriors blank Raiders, 28-0


    The Eminence Warriors kicked off their football season with a road trip to Bedford Friday night to take on the Trimble County Raiders.

    Eminence led 6-0 after Eli Montero ran for a 78-yard touchdown in the first quarter.

    Trimble had a couple of great scoring chances that came up short during the first half, and the Warriors had several turnovers that kept from further scoring chances in the first half.

  • Wildcats draw with Walton



    The Henry County Wildcats hosted Walton Saturday night and came from two goals down to salvage a tie with the Bearcats.

    Henry County used high pressure on the Walton back line and good passing to dominate possession most of the first half but fell behind 2-0. 

    Walton’s first goal came about six minutes into the game on an excellent free kick goal from about 30 yards out. The kicker put the ball in the top left corner to give HCHS goalkeeper Quentin Wilson no chance of making a save.

  • EHS defeats Lady Raiders, 2-0


    The Eminence Warriors volleyball team started off a busy opening week of the season with a home match against Spencer County Aug. 14.

    The Warriors got off to a good start as they took the first set 25-20. The set was close until the Warriors went on a 7-1 run to take a 23-16 lead. Madison Sweeney and Keleigh Byers had kills in the run and Emilie Ethington served up an ace.

  • Lady Cats defeat Lady Panthers,...


    The Henry County Lady Cats volleyball team hosted Frankfort Thursday night and defeated the Lady Panthers 25-10, 25-4.

    Caitlyn Beutel went back to serve first for the Lady Cats and served four aces as Henry County jumped out to a 6-0 lead.

    Frankfort pulled within two at 8-6. Henry County won the serve back on a Frankfort hitting error after the teams traded points. Chaney New served as Henry County scored nine straight points to lead 16-7. New had four aces in the run and Kaylee Tingle had a kill.

  • Wildcats trounce Trimble


    The Henry County boys golf team hosted Trimble County Aug. 14 in their first home match of the season and came away with a lopsided win.

    Isaac Klempner led the way for HCHS with a nine-hole score of 37. Will Peyton shot 39 while Luke Kent and Wyatt Pittman both shot 45. Tyler Massey shot 51 as the Wildcats fifth golfer.

    “We played well,” HCHS Coach Ben Roberts said. “I’m happy with our performance for the first match. We stayed focused even with some slow play that we are not used to.

  • HC Country Club hosts golf...


    The Henry County Country Club Golf Headquarters Invitational golf tournament was held Saturday and Sunday with over 80 golfers from as far away as Bowling Green, Lebanon and St. Louis competing in six flights.

    Davis Boland of Louisville won the championship flight with a two-day total of 136, Matt Fuqua was second with a total of 139 and Aaron Tingle finished third with a 140.

  • Lady Cats go 1-2 in two matches


    The Henry County Lady Cats golf team traveled to Shelbyville August 14 to take on Collins and Assumption at Shelbyville Country Club.

    Collins won the tri-match with a team score of 191. Henry County finished 14 strokes behind the Lady Titans but 20 strokes ahead of Assumption.

    Maddie Hensley led the Lady Cats with a 36, Nikki Perkinson scored a 45, Carleigh Peyton shot 58 and Hannah Marowelli recorded a 66.

    HCHS Coach Barney Sutley thought his team took a step back in this match.