Today's Sports

  • PHOTO: Basketball Academy

    Kenyon Goodin brushed up on his basketball skills at last week’s Next Level Basketball Academy. Goodin passes to his teammate as his defender tries to jump in the way.

  • PHOTO: Parker Nalley

     Parker Nalley of the Rookie League Mudcats got a hit and ran toward first base in a recent game.

  • SPORTS SHORTS - JULY 4, 2012

     Swimming pool open

  • PHOTO: Brooke dives

     Brooke Ashford, 8, of LaRue County jumped off the diving board at LaRue County Park and Recreation pool. 

  • Next Level Basketball Academy...

     Whether you are a boy or a girl, 5 years old or 12, you were welcome at Paul Handley and K.C. Goodin’s Next Level Basketball Academy last week. Kids of all different backgrounds, ages and skill levels came together for three days to share their common interest: basketball.

  • PHOTO: Soccer Camp

     LaRue County High School soccer players attended camp in Louisville in June. Dalton Fay battles teammates Ethan Hawkins and Hunter Pearman for possession.

  • Lee, Sheeran honored at Select...

    Two LaRue County High School athletes were named Student-Athletes of the Year in their respective sports by The News-Enterprise as part of its inaugural Select Preps Awards Banquet.
    Tennis player Zachary Lee and basketball player Kyle Sheeran received the honor from LaRue County.

  • New baseball coach plans to...

     For new LaRue County head baseball coach Eric Allen, it’s never been about the money. To him, it’s just about the baseball.

  • SPORTS: Jordan and 'Smurf...

     When Jordan Brewer and Anthony Myrks look up into the stands or over at the bench during their basketball games this coming winter, it’ll be a whole new feeling for the recent Bardstown High School grads.

    No longer will their father, Tiger head coach James “Boo” Brewer, be on the sidelines barking out instructions to them, and no longer will mother Debbie Brewer and other family members be there in the bleachers cheering them on.

  • Sonora man joins ECTC coaching...

     Elizabethtown Community and Technical College President Dr. Thelma White announced last week the college would be fielding club-level teams in men’s and women’s soccer, men's basketball and women's tennis.

    Starting with the fall semester coming up in August, the Barons are back.

    The college last had basketball teams in the 1980s. Dean of Students Dale Buckles remembers how students in those years had something to take school pride in.

    He wants current students to experience that same feeling.