Today's Sports

  • Warriors win round two, 67-64


    The Eminence Warriors traveled the short distance to their in-county rivals Henry County Jan. 20 and evened the season series at one game each by hitting some clutch shots down the stretch to pull out a 67-64 win.

    It was a game of contrasting styles as the Warriors tried to use their superior quickness to drive to the basket and create close range shots while Henry County tried to work the ball inside to take advantage of their superior size.

  • Lady Cats vanquish Lady Vikings


    The Henry County Lady Cats found their shooting eye for the second straight game as they pounded the visiting Valley Lady Vikings 70-36 on Jan. 20. After struggling with scoring for most of the season, the Lady Cats have set season highs in points in two consecutive games.

    “Early in the season, no matter who we played, we had trouble scoring,” Lady Cats coach Todd Gilley said. “Now we have scored in double figures in eight of the last 10 quarters. It’s nice to see that progression.”

  • Who's number 2?

    Before last night’s Henry County-Gallatin County matchup, which finished too late for today’s edition, the boys’ 31st District seeding picture was still very murky. Only Owen County knows their fate going into the district tournament. At 7-0, the Rebels will be the top seed and have a bye into the semifinals.

  • Cats fall to Dragons, Colonels


    After falling to Eminence on Jan. 20 the Henry County Wildcats faced the daunting task of taking on the South Oldham Dragons and the Oldham County Colonels on Friday and Saturday. The Wildcats came out on the short end in both games to fall to 8-12 on the season. Henry County is now mired in a six-game losing streak.

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    The Wildcats came out with a new lineup and started fast against the Dragons.

  • Lady Panthers defeat EHS girls,...


    The Eminence Warriors girls’ basketball team traveled to Carroll County Thursday night to take on the Lady Panthers and fell 55-25.

    The Lady Panthers started the game in a full court press that forced the Warriors into several turnovers that led to easy baskets.

    “We didn’t get off to a good start,” coach Zach Adair said. “We turned the ball over a lot and that led to layups for them. A lot of our turnovers were unforced, we were just sloppy with the ball.”

  • Butler named PAC All-Conference


    Former Henry County football player Erick Butler was named to the first-team of the Presidents’ Athletic Conference all-conference defensive team. Butler received his reward at the Thomas More Football banquet Sunday night. Butler plays defensive end for the Saints.

    Butler led the Saints with 69 tackles and seven sacks this season. He had 39 solo tackles and 30 assists and led the team with 11.5 tackles for loss.

  • 11 Wildcats make football all-...


    The Henry County Wildcats’ football team was well represented on the Greater Louisville Football Coaches Association Class 3A District 3 All-District team. Eleven players made the team and nine more earned Honorable Mention status.

    Cameron Johnson and Bodie Clark made both the defensive team and the offensive team. Johnson was named as a wide receiver and defensive back and Clark made it as a full back and linebacker.

  • Lady Cats overwhelm Lady Bears


    The Henry County Lady Cats hosted the Lady Bears of Spencer County Saturday afternoon and came away with a 62-48 win. It was the Lady Cats’ highest scoring game of the year, and was fueled by a 25-point second quarter that saw Megan Payton dominate inside with 12 points. For the game Payton had 26 points and 15 rebounds.

    But the Lady Cats also got scoring from several people including 11 points from Aleah Tuggle.

  • Warriors crush Trojans, 66-39


    The Eminence Warriors traveled to Gallatin County High School Jan. 13 to take on the Trimble County Raiders in the 8th Region All A Classic and put on a gritty performance for three and a half quarters before going cold offensively in the final four minutes to lose 70-59.

    The Warriors used drives to the basket and good 3-point shooting to forge a 15-3 lead with 3:34 left in the first period. Sophomore Kemryn Jenkins scored eight points in the run on drives to the basket and a 3-pointer.

  • Wildcats fall to Cougars


    The Henry County Wildcats were facing an uphill battle when they traveled to Sheperdsville to take on the Bullitt Central Cougars Thursday night. They were without starting big man Jackson Jeffries, who is out with a hamstring injury, and their sixth man, Brennen Peniston, who has a torn ACL.

    The Wildcats fell behind early as Bullitt Central came out firing. After one quarter of play the Cougars led 18-9.