Today's News

  • Watch for first sign of frost to keep cattle healthy

    Crazy enough, fall is around the corner, and that means we need to watch for potential frosts. The National Weather Service for Louisville states that the average first fall frost is around the end of October, but a frost can come at any time.

  • 4-H continues through high school years

    Henry County 4-H is ready to kick off a new program year beginning in October, and there are lots of clubs and activities to join. If you are between the ages of 9 and 19 then you should check out 4-H.
    There are many excellent reasons to join 4-H. Here are just a few:
    Research has shown that active 4-Hers have a higher academic competence and higher school engagement.
    • They are four times more likely to make contributions to their communities.
    • They are two times more likely to be civically active.
    • They are two times more likely to make healthier choices.

  • Lady Cats take round one of net rivalry


    The Henry County Lady Cats got a huge district road victory over their archrival Eminence Warriors Aug. 28.

    The Lady Cats came out strong and jumped out to a 20-2 lead in the first set before settling for a 25-7 win.

    The second set was closer as both teams struggled to string together serves in the early going.

    The Warriors began to get their strong frontline game going as Maddie Sweeney, Kenya Vargas and Aaliyah Bailey had kills early on to take a 14-12 lead.

  • Wildcats weather storm at Grant


    The Henry County Wildcats traveled to Grant County Friday night to take on the Braves in a football game delayed for over two hours by thunderstorms.

    The game started on time but at the end of the first quarter with score still knotted at zero, the referees called a lightning delay.

    “It was about 8 o’clock when they stopped it,” HCHS Coach Matt Wright said. “By the time we started the second quarter it was 10:17.”

  • Warriors fly past Eagles


    The Eminence Warriors traveled to Fort Knox Friday night and after a slow start swamped the Eagles in sloppy conditions.

    “It was pretty much the same all over the state Friday night,” EHS Coach Tye Lawson said. “Everybody was dealing with sloppy conditions. It rained all during pregame and early in the game and we had a hard time catching and holding onto the ball which made us a little tentative when the game started.”

  • Three sports keeping Kurtz busy this fall


    In a time when many high school athletes are choosing to specialize in one sport, there are still a few athletes around who play multiple sports, but usually in different seasons.

    Keegan Kurtz is a multi-sport athlete playing three sports in one season.

    Kurtz has been a cross country runner since second grade. He has played youth, middle and high school soccer. This year he has added kicking for the football team to his busy fall sports schedule.

  • EHS loses to Owen; Beats Frankfort


    The Eminence Warriors hosted Owen County in a district matchup Thursday night and fell to the Lady Rebels 20-25, 25-20, 22-25, 25-21.

    The Warriors got off to a good start in the opening set and led 13-6. A kill by Aaliyah Bailey increased the lead to eight points at 15-7.

    Trailing 16-8, Owen County scored six straight points to close to within two points.

    After an EHS timeout, Kenya Vargas had a kill to slow the Lady Rebels’ momentum. After an EHS error, Madison Sweeney had another kill to make it 18-15.

  • Wildcats fall to Grant, Bullitt Central


    The Henry County Wildcats hosted Grant County Aug. 28 and fell to the Braves by two goals.

    The Wildcats got on the scoreboard first when Roberto Reyes scored from close range on a corner kick into the box by Keegan Kurtz with just four minutes gone off the clock.

    Ten minutes later Grant County answered on a 20-yard shot from straightaway.

    “We left the guy completely unmarked,” HCHS coach Brian Oerther said. “It was just a defensive breakdown.”

  • Hensley wins Hilen tourney


    Henry County High school golfer Maddie Hensley traveled to Frankfort to play as an individual in the Gene Hilen Invitational at Juniper Hills golf Course and came away with her first tournament victory of the year.

    It wasn’t easy for Hensley, as three other girls equaled her score of 72 to force a four-way play off that lasted for three holes.

    Hensley went par, birdie and par to win on the third playoff hole.

    HCHS vs. Walton,
    Holy Cross

  • Warriors, Wildcats run at Shelby County


    The Henry County Wildcats and Eminence Warriors raced at Shelby County Saturday with Keegan Kurtz being the top varsity finisher for either team

    Kurtz finished 34th of 99 runners in a time of 19:37.

    Jackson Fischer, John Fischer and Avery Stivers finished in a pack a little further back. Jackson Fischer finished in 20 minutes, John Fischer finished in 20:02 and Stivers finished in 20:03

    Reza Abelardo led the EHS runners with an 82nd place finish in 24:22.