Today's Sports

  • Wildcats golf team wins...


    The Henry County boys golf team had a busy week with four tournaments in eight days and their trip to Eastern Kentucky Saturday to play in the Pikeville Invitational tournament turned out to be the highlight.

    The Wildcats shot a team score of 302 to beat a 15-team field.

    Alex Hadden won individual honors with a five-under par 67. Will Peyton finished with a 76, Isaac Klempner shot 77 and Wyatt Pittman rounded out the team score with an 82. Maddox Klempner played as the team’s fifth golfer and shot 100.

  • Lady Cats start season at...


    The Henry County Lady Cats opened the 2019 golf season at the Shelbyville Country Club Aug. 5 in the Lady Titans Invitational.

    The young Lady Cats finished with a team total of 463 as two players, seventh-grader Addison Miskell and freshman Lizzy Hansen, played their first 18-hole high school tournament.

    Sophomore Carleigh Peyton shot a 91 to lead the team.

  • And away we go – fall sports...

    With golf and soccer already underway, and the rest of the local fall sports teams opening their seasons next week, it is time to take a look at what is on offer for the high school sports fan in Henry County.

  • Hadden wins HC tournament in...


    Alex Hadden looked like he would run away from the field after ten holes of the Henry County Wildcats golf invitational tournament Saturday, but a bad tee shot on the 12th hole put an end to that notion and led to a thrilling conclusion to the inaugural fall sports event of 2019.

  • Zack Woods signs with Ancilla...


    Recent Henry County High School graduate Zack Woods has signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Ancilla College in Plymouth, Indiana next season. Ancilla is a Division II junior college.

    Woods was a pitcher and infielder who started three years on the Henry County baseball team. He also played on the soccer team and last year played on the basketball team.

    Woods said he had been looking to continue his career at the next level since the end of baseball season and Ancilla offered him that chance recently.

  • Locals help Post 39 to Legion...

    By Sam Draut

    Landmark News Service

    American Legion Post 39’s junior team captured the state championship in July. The baseball team comprised of players from Oldham, Henry, Trimble and Jefferson counties advanced to the regional tournament in Alabama before ending its season in the semi-finals.

    The team went 17-3 this summer, avenging regular season losses to two teams in the state tournament. After defeating Owensboro earlier in the state tournament, Post 39 met the team again in the championship game.

  • Lake Jericho: Henry's...


    Editor’s note: As Lake Jericho recreational area prepares to celebrate it’ 50th anniversary during August, we are reprinting an article from 2014 that highlights its attractions. In addition, there is an update on improvements made since then as well as a progress report from manager Larry Ramsey at the end of the original article.

  • New, but familiar, face on HCHS...


    Henry County High School sports teams will have a new face on the sidelines this season treating injuries. Longtime athletic trainer Andrew Stethen resigned from the position at the end of last school year to take a full time position in physical therapy at Baptist Health La Grange.

  • Wildcats golf team preview



    Alex Hadden

    Isaac Klempner

    Wyatt Pittman


    Colyn Finnell

    Will Peyton


    Maddox Klempner


    Charlie Bertsh

    Camden Doremus

    7th grade

    Gentry Stivers


    William Peyton

  • Lady Cats golf preview



    Hannah Marowelli


    Carleigh Peyton


    Lizzy Hansen

    7th grade

    Addison Miskell

    5th Grade

    Braelyn Boyer


    Derrick Miskell

    2019 Lady Cat Golf Schedule