Today's Sports

  • Warriors defeat Rebels, 20-14


    After leading for most of the game, the Eminence Warriors had to come from behind late in the game to defeat the host Owen County Rebels Friday night.

    The Warriors took the opening kickoff in wet and chilly conditions and promptly drove down field to score. The drive culminated in a 29-yard touchdown pass from Justin Hedges to Eli Montero. The conversion run failed leaving the Warriors with a 6-0 lead.

  • Wildcats bow out vs. Gallatin


    The Henry County Wildcats had a run of five close wins against Gallatin County going into the 31st District tournament Oct. 9. The Wildcats had two one-goal wins and three penalty-kick shootouts in those five wins.

    A sixth close win would have made the folks in Warsaw think there was some voodoo going on but it was not to be as the hosts defeated the Wildcats 2-0 to end their season in the first round.

    It was a typically defensive game between the two teams as neither could find the back of the net through halftime.

  • HCHS competes at Oldham County


    The Henry County Cross Country team ran in the Oldham County Cross Country Haunted Woods Classic Saturday after a couple of weekends off.

    Keegan Kurtz led the boy’s team with a time of 18:16. Freshman Kayla Harger led the girls team with a time of 22:46 after missing much of the season with an injury.

  • EHS finishes with 10 wins in a...


    The Eminence Warriors traveled to Taylorsville Oct. 1 for a rematch with the Lady Bears who defeated them 2-0 at home Aug. 20.

    This time the Warriors, who came in with seven straight wins, returned the favor with a 2-0 victory.

    The Warriors won the first set 25-18 and took the second set 25-23.

    EHS Coach Ed Sweeney was very pleased with his team’s performance.

  • Hadden, Klempner compete at state


    Henry County Wildcat golfers Alex Hadden and Isaac Klempner made their second appearance at the KHSAA state golf tournament last weekend.

    Hadden was returning after making it to Bowling Green in his freshman season. Klempner went last year as a sophomore.

  • Lady Cats beat Collins, ACHS


    The Henry County Lady Cats traveled to Collins Oct. 1 to take on Collins and won, 4-1, for their first-ever win over the Lady Titans.

    Collins played a compact defense as the Lady Cats controlled possession. The Lady Cats won a corner kick on the left side with 33:40 left in the first half and took advantage of it. Janey Thompson curled the ball toward goal and the ball deflected off a Collins defender and went into the goal.

  • HCHS defeats Demons 1-0 in finale


    The Henry County closed out the regular season Thursday night in the pouring rain with a 1-0 victory over the Williamstown Demons.

    Jacob Sanders scored from just outside the penalty box from the right side with a left-footed shot into the upper right corner of the goal with 23 minutes to play in the first half.

    With the weather deteriorating the Wildcats and Demons could hardly mount an attack as it became hard to see with rain pouring down so hard at times.

  • Bardstown speeds past Wildcats,...


    The Henry County Wildcats hosted Bardstown Friday night and after a defensive first half that saw the game tied going into the locker room, the Tigers opened it up to win by three touchdowns.

    The Tigers started the game backed up to their own three-yard line by good kick coverage from the Wildcats. But they soon had pushed the ball out to midfield. After an interference penalty on the Wildcats gave the Tigers a first down at the HCHS 32, the Tigers stalled as a holding penalty backed them up.

  • Lady Cats drop last two matches


    The Henry County Lady Cats traveled to Frankfort Oct. 2 to take on the Western Hills Lady Wolverines and came away on the short end of a 3-1 contest.

    The Lady Cats won the first set 25-20.

    “In the first set we pulled away from them with strong serving,” HCHS coach Kara Capps said. “We traded points until we trailed 15-16 and then our serving began to take a toll on them.”

    Western Hills won the second set 25-14, the third set, 25-16 and the fourth set 25-21.

  • Sharpshooters clean up at state


    The Henry County 4-H Shooting Sports club, also known as the Sharpshooters, competed in the 2018 4-H State Shooting competition Sept. 8 and 9 and came away with a haul of medals.

    In the archery bow hunter age 15-18 division Dylan Hedrick took second place. The team of Hedick, Jayden Croxton, Carrie Booth and Ryan Blevins won the competition.

    In the archery target 12-15 age division, Kelli Booth finished second. 

    The team of Hedrick, Croxton Booth and Blevins won the 15-18 age division of archery target.