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High School Sports

  • SCORES and SCHEDULES 8-23

    Scores

    Football

    Friday

    Spencer Co. 36, Bardstown 14

    Paris 26, Bethlehem 7

    Frankfort 35, Thomas Nelson 20

     

    Boys’ Soccer

    Thursday

    Bardstown 2, Bethlehem 1

     

    Saturday

    Nelson Co. 11, LaRue Co. 2

     

    Monday

    Bardstown 1, Fairdale 1

     

    Tuesday

    Bardstown at Bullitt Central

    Thomas Nelson 5, Bethlehem 4

  • On the record with: Bethlehem’s Abby Elder

    This week marks the return of The Kentucky Standard and PLG-TV 13’s Student-Athlete of the Week feature. The program’s intent is to recognize not just great athletes, but great students, leaders and citizens.

    Over the course of 40 weeks, we will be featuring 10 students (five boys and five girls) from each of the four high schools, recognizing the best representatives of each school.

    This week’s nominee is Bethlehem senior soccer player Abby Elder.

  • PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Manual trips up Bethlehem

    Bethlehem, ranked No. 13 in preseason in the state girls’ soccer polls, got its first big test of the season Monday with a visit from No. 11 DuPont Manual.

    And after building a two-goal lead in the first 15 minutes of the first half, it looked like the Banshees would be a candidate to climb in the rankings.

  • SCORES and SCHEDULES 8-20

    Scores

    Football

    Friday

    Spencer Co. 36, Bardstown 14

    Paris 26, Bethlehem 7

    Frankfort 35, Thomas Nelson 20

     

    Boys’ Soccer

    Tuesday

    Taylor Co. 8, Bardstown 2

    Bethlehem 6, Bullitt Central 1

    Meade Co. 1, Nelson Co. 0

    Shelby Co. 5, Thomas Nelson 2

     

    Wednesday

    South Oldham 5, Bardstown 1

     

    Thursday

  • PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Tigers top Eagles in district, All A match

    Bardstown got a first-half goal from Thomas Sidebottom off a Luis Sosa assist to get the lead, and the Tigers were able to make it stand up Thursday in a 2-1 win at Bethlehem.

    The win gave the Tigers an early lead in the 19th District seeding race, and allowed Bardstown to advance in All A Classic regional play. The Tigers’ next opponent has yet to be determined.

    Bryson Carpenter added Bardstown’s second goal with about 12 minutes remaining in the match to make it 2-0.

  • FOOTBALL: Bears’ Smith too much for young Tigers

    TAYLORSVILLE — With just 12 juniors and seniors returning, and their most experienced senior defender sidelined with an injury, the Bardstown Tigers were in a tough spot having to deal with Spencer County’s Kadin Smith, who has committed to Purdue.

    Smith caught a touchdown pass for 25 yards, and scored on runs of 75, 67 and 15 yards to lead Spencer County to a 36-14 season-opening win, and Bardstown coach David Clark said Smith’s combination of size, speed and agility made slowing him down a tough prospect.

  • FOOTBALL: Eagles can’t hold early lead

    Bethlehem scored first in its season debut Friday against Paris, but a pair of costly turnovers and poor field position all game doomed the Eagles’ chances as the Greyhounds pulled away for a 26-7 win.

    The loss spoiled the head-coaching debut of Jesse Cantrall, who took over the Bethlehem program earlier this winter.

  • FOOTBALL: TNHS fades in 4th

    FRANKFORT — Thomas Nelson battled host Frankfort for three quarters in a tight defensive game, finding itself down just 13-6 heading into the final period.

    But in the fourth, it all fell apart for the Generals, as the Panthers turned a turnover into points, then added on a pair of long rushing scores to pull away for a 35-20 win.

    “We just didn’t have the same fight late as we did early,” Thomas Nelson coach Kyle Boblitt said. “Hopefully we’ll learn and grow from it.”

  • SCORES and SCHEDULES 8-18

    Scores

    Boys’ Soccer

    Tuesday

    Taylor Co. 8, Bardstown 2

    Bethlehem 6, Bullitt Central 1

    Meade Co. 1, Nelson Co. 0

    Shelby Co. 5, Thomas Nelson 2

     

    Wednesday

    South Oldham 5, Bardstown 1

     

    Thursday

    Bardstown 2, Bethlehem 1

     

    Girls’ Soccer

    Monday

    CAL 5, Bardstown 3

    Bethlehem 4, Oldham Co. 3

  • PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Three locals qualify for All A State golf

    Host Campbellsville was the winner and claimed the team berth to All A Classic State at Tuesday’s regionals, besting Bardstown 305-343.

    Local players will not be frozen out of the All A, though.

    The Tigers’ Caleb Noble shot an 82, and Will Koger was one behind with an 83 to claim individual berths.

    Bardstown coach Josh Thomas said he was proud of how well Noble and Koger played during their round.