Today's Sports

  • Storm lose wild one in overtime...


    The Kentucky Storm went into their game with the Derby City Thunder Saturday coming off two tough losses, but by the end of the day, they may have suffered their toughest loss yet.

    The Thunder, ranked 14th nationally, got a 75-yard punt return in overtime to win 32-26 to spoil a great comeback for the Storm.

    The game started as a defensive battle with neither team scoring in the first quarter.

  • Wildcats host, win tournament


    The Henry County High School baseball team has been trying to host a tournament ever since spring break back in April. Unfortunately, all but one day of that tournament was washed out.

    Earlier this summer, Coach Stuart Dill planned a weekend tournament that was rained out twice.

  • College Update: 'Coach...


    Karie Powell finished her softball career at Midway College this spring as a student assistant coach for the Eagles. Powell, who played for the Eagles for four years, enjoyed her stint as a coach but would have rather been on the field. “I was first base coach for every game,” Powell said. “Some of them were players I had played with before and some were new players but everyone got along and it was a good experience.

  • Busch wins at Sparta

    By Elliott Pratt

    Landmark News Service

    In the weeks leading up to NASCAR’s triple-header race weekend at Kentucky Speedway, all the talk was about the new package deal that would increase the competitiveness for position that has been lacking at the one-and-a-half mile oval.

    NASCAR got its wish with that change, but there’s no change in who dominates the track.

    Kyle Busch led a race-high 163 laps and took the lead from Joey Logano for good with 18 laps to go to win the Quaker State 400 Saturday night.

  • Strom fall to Bucks, 14-6


    The Kentucky Storm took to their new home field at Bicknell Park in New Albany Saturday in a game with important implications for the postseason. The Storm, 3-2, took on the Indiana Bucks, 3-2, for a chance to grab third place in the Kentucky Football League.

    The Storm dominated offensively and defensively, according to coach Richard Smith, but two big plays by the Bucks and red zone futility for the Storm saw the Bucks pull out a 14-6 win.

  • Archers shine at Washington...


    The Henry County Sharpshooters traveled to Washington County June 6 to compete in the Washington County Invitational. The Sharpshooters dominated in every archery class and age division.

    9-11 age group:

    Bowhunter Archery - 1st Place:  Kelli Booth, 2nd Place:  Grace Adams, 3rd Place:  Holly Hosey.  First Place Team:  Kelli Booth, Grace Adams, Holly Hosey, Jenah Peyton.

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  • Sports Briefs

    Hadden wins tourney in Tennessee

    Henry County Middle School student Alex Hadden won the Tennessee Summer Classic at Willowbrook Golf Club in Macnhester Tenn. Over the weekend.

    Hadden, 13, was in second place after his first round score of 76 left him one stroke behind the first round leader, Ethan Rimmer of Knoxville.

    Hadden shot a 3-over 75 in the second round while Rimmer shot 77, giving Hadden the one-stroke win.

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  • Horsepower at the Henry County...