Today's Sports

  • Lady Cats runner up in district

    By Greg Woods


    The Henry County Lady Cats soccer team played two games on back-to-back nights in the 31st district tournament last week because rain delayed their first round match against Owen County.

    The Lady Cats had to go into overtime to defeat the Lady Rebels, 3-2, on Oct. 14 and book their trip to the finals against Gallatin County the following night.

    The Lady Cats fell to the Lady Wildcats 3-2 to finish as runners up in the district for the second consecutive year.

    HCHS 3 Owen Co. 2

  • Warriors fall to KCD


    The Eminence Warriors traveled to Louisville Friday night to take on the Kentucky Country Day Bearcats and fell 55-6 after a second quarter scoring blitz from their oppoents.

    KCD took the opening drive and marched downfield to score on their first possession, burning five minutes off the clock in the process. They were helped by a couple of penalties on the Warriors in crucial third or fourth down situations.

    The Bearcats added another touchdown in the quarter to make it 14-0.

  • Wildcats tame Mustangs, 30-0

    By Greg Woods


    The Henry County Wildcats used a facet of their game that they are not known for Friday night to defeat the visiting Moore Mustangs 30-0.

    Henry County’s first two scores came via 46-yard passes from Trevyn Spencer to Ethan Tuggle to give the Wildcats’ defense more cushion than they needed in a game that set Henry County up for a showdown with Central for a district championship.

  • HC volleyball wins last game


    The Henry County Lady Cats volleyball team started the week with tough losses against Lloyd Memorial and Nelson County before traveling to Williamstown where they won their final match of the regular season to go into postseason play on a positive note.

    HCHS 2 Williamstown 1

  • HC runners show big improvement


    The Henry County Cross Country team traveled to Versailles Saturday for the Woodford County Invitational and came away with some much improved times over last week’s performance at Collins.

    The girls team finished third of six teams and had five of six runners set personal records.

    Janey Thompson led the Lady Cats with an 8th place finish and a time of 22:08, setting a personal best by four seconds and improving from last week by 89 seconds.

  • Wildcat soccer falls in first...


    The Henry County Wildcats soccer team traveled to Carrollton Oct. 14 to take on the host Carroll County Panthers in the 31st district soccer tournament hoping for a different outcome than in their previous two meetings. Carroll County beat the Wildcats 10-0 in both regular season encounters and the third time was no different as the Panthers jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first 10 minutes of the game and finished off the win just four minutes into the second half.

  • EHS volleyball falls to Lloyd,...


    The Eminence Warriors volleyball team finished the regular season with two matches last week at Lloyd Memorial and at home against Portland Christian.

    The Warriors lost 2-0 to both teams.

    Portland Christian 2 EHS 0

    Portland Christian won the first game 25-16 as the Warriors got off to a slow start according to coach Savannah Bramblett.

  • HCHS football senior night
  • Have Mercy! Lady Cats win 10-0


    One week after a disappointing loss to district rival Gallatin County, the Henry County Lady Cats were back in action at home against Jeffersontown and took their pain out on the Lady Chargers.

    Henry County opened the game by possessing the ball in their half of the field for 90 percent of the game using intricate passing and unselfish play to make it 4-0 within the first 12 minutes of the game.

  • Hensley makes the cut


    Henry County freshman golfer Maddie Hensley has been to the state tournament in Bowling Green for the past three years but has never been able to make it into the second round. This year Hensley met her goal for qualifying for a second day of golf when she shot an 80 on the first day.

    Hensley, who started on the tenth hole, opened with two pars to get off to a good start before running into trouble on the next three holes.

    A three-putt on 12, a short tee shot on 13 and a long approach shot on 14 led to three straight bogeys.