Today's Sports

  • Wildcats blank Rebels, 3-0

    The Henry County Wildcats hosted Owen County Sept. 9 and dominated the Rebels from start to finish for the 3-0 win.

    The Wildcats kept relentless pressure on the Rebels from the outset, but the Owen County defense and goalkeeper Kameron Wilson kept the Wildcats from scoring through the first half. The Wildcats had 15 shots in the first half and six on target in the first half.

    HCHS goalkeeper Jake Smith had just one save to make in the first half.

  • HCHS celebrates senior day

    The Henry County Wildcats golf team hosted Owen County at the Henry County Country Club Sept. 9 for senior day and celebrated in style.

    The Wildcats shot an even-par 140 on the par-35 front nine. The front-nine at the country club usually plays as a par-36 but HCHS Coach William Peyton said that some ground was under repair on one hole so they played it as a shorter hole.

    No one who has followed the boys golf team over the years can ever remember the entire team coming in with an even-par score.

  • Rebels hold off Wildcats’ late...

    The injury-depleted Henry County Wildcats hosted Owen County Friday night on homecoming and fell to the Rebels 33-28 after digging an early 13-0 hole.

    The Rebels took the opening kickoff and marched down field to score on an eight-yard pass. The extra point kick made it 7-0 with 6:34 left in the first period.

    Henry County drove downfield on their first possession and looked poised to tie the score as Andrew Mays and Eli Amiott ripped off long runs.

  • Warriors defeat Gallatin, 3-0

    The Eminence Warriors traveled to Gallatin County for a 31st District matchup Sept. 10 and came away with a 25-19, 25-18, 25-16 win.

    Despite the 3-0 victory, EHS Coach Ed Sweeney thought his team took a while to get going.

    “The first two sets we played really slow and somewhat flat,” Sweeney said. “We had very little rhythm. We picked up the pace a bit in the third set and played better. We didn’t lose any sets but we seemed to lack energy overall.”

    However, Sweeney did see some things he liked about the performance.

  • Lady Cats defeated by Lady...

    The Henry County Lady Cats hosted the Owen County Lady Rebels Sept. 9 hoping to avenge a 4-3 loss earlier in the season but Owen County scored first and went on to a three-goal victory.

    The Lady Rebels scored with less than five minutes off the clock when an Owen player pounced on a free ball after Henry County goalkeeper Gracie Buckley punched a free kick out of her box. With an open shot, the Owen player scored from 15 yards out.

  • HCHS runs in Double S Stampede

    The Henry County Wildcats cross country team traveled to Georgetown to run in the Double S Stampede hosted by Scott County High School.

    Keegan Kurtz led the boys team to a sixth place finish by finishing 29th in a time of 19:38.

    The Wildcats top five runners all finished within 41 seconds of each other with Peyton Amyx making the biggest jump in time.

  • EHS runs in Fleet Feet...

    The Eminence Warriors cross country team traveled to Louisville’s Charlie Vettiner Park Saturday for the Fleet Feet Invitational and had some impressive performances.

    “This was another solid performance from all our runners,” EHS Caoch Jason Reed said. “Addsion Roederer set a new personal record, as did Grace Ross. Grace actually improved her time by five almost minutes.

    “We are looking forward to getting back to practice to prepare for next week’s race at the Capitol View Classic in Frankfort.”

  • Wildcats defeat Panthers, 2-1 in...


    The Henry County Wildcats hosted the Carroll County Panthers in a 31st District soccer game Thursday that saw both teams struggle to create chances for much of the game until a flurry of late goals led to a thrilling conclusion.

    Angel Rivera and Christian Ramos had the only shots in the first half for the Wildcats. Rivera had a shot saved from 40 yards out four minutes into the game and another from 20 yards out with 18:01 left in the first half.

  • EHS Warriors knock off Ft. Knox...


    After a slow start the host Eminence Warriors used a big second quarter to defeat Ft. Knox 44-22 Friday night.

    The Warriors received the opening kickoff and dove down the field from their own 45-yard line to score on a 20-yard pass from Justin Hedges to Taye Saunders. It was the first varsity touchdown of the sophomore receiver’s career.

    Ft. Knox moved from their own 23 to the Warrior 32-yard line before the Warriors’ defense stiffened and forced a punt.

  • HCHS falls to Braves, 44-30


    The Henry County Wildcats hosted Grant County Friday night and fell to the Braves 44-30 in a game that saw the Wildcats lose several players to injury and two players leave the field via ambulance.

    Henry County Coach Matt Wright said Monday that both players were released from the hospital and that both were doing okay.