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Today's Sports

  • Free basketball camp available...

    Coaches Paul Handley and K.C. Goodin will sponsor a free basketball camp for students in grades 1-9 from 8 to 11:30 a.m. June 27-29 at Coach Handley’s house, 1982 Campbellsville Road, Hodgenville. Sign-up is 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 26 at Coach Handley’s house.

    Each camper receives a free T-shirt at end of camp. Donations from businesses or individuals are appreciated. For more information, call 270-723-8183 or 270-358-4283.

  • PHOTO: French receives...

     Phillip French received the Outstanding Sportsmanship Award for displaying that trait throughout his years as a LaRue County Little Leaguer. He is shown with his coach, Matt Darst.

  • McKamey leads Lone Oak
  • At State
  • Sports Shorts

    HeartChase
    Flaget Memorial Hospital will present the second annual HeartChase on June 22 to benefit the American Heart Association.

    The event will span about a mile around downtown Bardstown and participants will pass through 10-15 checkpoints along the way. At each checkpoint, they will be required to answer health trivia questions and find clues before they can proceed.

  • Engstrand takes football helm at...

    Chris Engstrand, a 1997 LaRue County High School graduate, has been named head football coach of the Green County High School Dragons.

    The 2001 Campbellsville University graduate goes to Green County from Fairdale High School where his Bulldogs posted a 5-16 record during his two-year tenure there.

    Prior to that, his Henry County teams amassed a 28-19 record in four seasons (2006-09).   

  • Ponderosa Speedway Track Points

    Points After: Spring Showdown (May 24, 2013)

    Good Neighbor Pharmacy Super Late Models
    1. Victor Lee, 309
    2. Justin Rattliff, 278
    3. David Webb, 245
    4. Johnny Wheeler, 234
    5. Dustin Linville, 195
    6. Jeff Rawlings, 167
    7. Brad Neat, 146
    8. Wesley Brummett, 136
    9. Ernie Cordier, 130
        Jeremy Hines, 130

    Bluegrass Drug Store Open Wheel Modifieds
    1. Tommy Bailey, 303
    2. Bryan Barber, 231

  • 7-8, great!
  • Pepsi Tour
  • Brown wows All-Stars

    LaRue County’s Ivy Brown played in the girls’ junior All-Star team over the weekend.

    The Kentucky Junior All-Stars were defeated (70-67) Friday at Greenfield-Central High School in Indiana. The Hoosiers won again Saturday 77-57.

    In the first game, Indiana seized control in the final moments of the first half and never relinquished it.

    Kentucky made a brief comeback early in the second half, but Indiana responded with a burst capped by a 3-pointer by Warsaw’s Nikki Grose for a 62-47 edge.