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Today's Sports

  • 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.

  • Children learn basics at...

     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.

    The camp, which was held at Handley’s house in Hodgenville where he has a two-goal basketball court in the backyard, was free for all participants.

  • Boat safely this summer

    Remember to boat safely as temperatures climb and traffic on Kentucky's waterways increases this summer.

    “We're asking boaters to watch out for people in the water and swimmers to be careful,” said Capt. Mike Fields, boating law administrator for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. “People will be in the water trying to get some relief from the heat, and we traditionally have the heaviest boating traffic of the year during the Fourth of July holiday period.”

  • PHOTO: Mudcats win

     The Mudcats are Rookie League Tournament Champions.Team members are front from left, Jameson LaRue, Braden Sferro, Dylan Derosha, Pablo Hernandez, Jacob Hinton; middle, Thomas Hoppes, Dylan Thompson, Parker Nalley, Samuel Bowling, Carsen DeVary, Hayden Cleveland; back, Coach Eric DeVary, sponsors Jeremy Hinton and Joanna Hinton, Coach Dan Nalley and Coach Jack LaRue.

  • Biking for a Cause

         For a group of bikers traveling through Kentucky, some leftover pizza ended up being worth $200. That is, $200 to help fight multiple sclerosis.  
         The bikers were those part of the Bike the U.S. for MS group traveling on the TransAmerican trail from Yorktown, Va. to San Francisco, Calif. They are riding to benefit the study and treatment of multiple sclerosis.

  • Adam Sandidge competes in State...

     Forty miles a week, going on 60. A mid-17-minute 5K time. Consistently beating out older and stronger runners in statewide races. You could say Adam Sandidge isn’t the typical 16-year-old.  

  • PHOTOS: Pink Panthers
  • Eric Allen named new baseball...

     Eric Allen has been named head baseball coach at LaRue County High School.

  • UPDATE SPORTS SHORTS - June 27

     Swimming pool open