Today's Sports

  • Lady Cats pummel North Bullitt,...


    The Henry County Lady Cats had one bad inning to start the game against North Oldham on April 12 then settled in to play some of their best defense of the year. But the Lady Cats could not muster enough offense to come back from giving up four earned runs in the first inning as the Lady Mustangs hung on to win 4-2.

    The Lady Cats committed four errors to start the game and North Oldham took advantage to score four runs. The Lady Mustangs had only one infield hit in the inning.

  • EHS loses to Carroll in All A


    The Eminence Warriors softball team traveled to Bedford April 13 where they lost to the Trimble County Lady Raiders 7-1.

    Eminence got off to a good start when they scored a run in the top of the first. Madison Dockter reached first base with two outs when she was hit by a pitch. Emilie Ethington followed with a double to centerfield to score Dockter.

    But Trimble County responded with two runs in the bottom of the first. Two singles, a double and a groundout plated the runs.

  • Warriors lose to Raiders


    The Eminence Warriors traveled to Bedford Thursday night to take on the Trimble County Raiders in the first round of the Eighth Region All A Classic tournament.

    The Warriors fell victim to errors and walks as they lost 12-1 in five innings.

    The Warriors had only one hit in the game, but managed several base runners through walks and hit batters. But Mitchell Metten scored the Warriors’ only run on a wild pitch in the second inning.

  • HC track competes at Oldham


    The Henry County Wildcats track team participated in the Oldham County All-Comers meet April 12 and showed improvement from their previous meets.

  • Lady Cats down Warriors, Lady...


    The Henry County Lady Cats got on track with two runaway wins during spring break last week.

    Henry County came into the week with just two wins against nine losses but doubled their win total with an 18-0 win over Eminence and a 20-3 win over Bardstown.

    The Lady Cats used a big first inning against host Eminence April 5 to put the game out of doubt early.

    They scored 10 runs in their first at-bat as Warrior pitchers struggled with control problems and the Lady Cats took advantage with timely hits.

  • Wildcats go 4-1 on Florida...


    The Henry County Wildcats baseball team got over their mini-slump in a hurry by winning the last four games of their five-game trip to Fort Walton Beach.

    After starting their season 7-1, the Wildcats lost 8-0 to Owen County in their last game before traveling to Florida.

    In their first game in Florida they lost 8-1 to Crittenden County then reeled off three wins by wide margins before winning a close one with Campbellsville to finish the trip.

  • Warriors fall to Raiders, 12-4


    The Eminence Warriors hosted the Trimble County Raiders Thursday night and got off to a good start with a run in the bottom of the first.

    Austin Perry led off with a base hit and stole second base. He advanced to third on a wild pitch and scored on a balk by the Raiders’ pitcher.

    Trimble County took the lead in the top of the second with two runs on a double and three singles. The Warriors limited the damage when A. J. Shaw made a diving stop at third base to get the final out with the bases loaded.

  • Brown to coach EHS basketball


    Dale Brown has verbally accepted an offer from Eminence High School principal Angie Deckard to be the boys basketball coach at Eminence High School next season, according to EIS Superintendent Buddy Berry.

    Brown, who played for the University of Kentucky from 1991 to 1993, replaces long time EHS coach Chris Nethery who was notified in early March that his contract to coach the team would not be renewed for the 2016-17 season.

  • Kirk signs with Campbellsville...


    HCHS senior Justice Kirk signed with Campbellsville University to play soccer Friday in a signing ceremony at the school.

    Kirk, a central defender for the Lady Cats, was the anchor of the defense throughout her high school career. That career included playing on some of the most successful teams in school history.

    Lady Cats soccer Coach Shelby Mings was instrumental in helping Kirk make the choice to play for the Lady Tigers.

  • Wildcats whip Warriors, 12-2


    The Henry County Wildcats had a light week in terms of how many games they played. But the two games they did play were very important in determining their postseason fate.

    First they traveled the three miles from HCHS to Eminence to take on their county rivals. Then they traveled to Owenton to take on another district rival. With two wins the Wildcats could take a big step toward the top seed in the district tournament.

    The Wildcats defeated the Warriors 12-2 March 29 before falling to the Rebels 8-0 the following evening.