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High School Sports

  • SCORES AND SCHEDULES 9-19

    Scores

    Football

    Friday

    Bardstown 46, Nelson Co. 19

    Bethlehem 53, Ludlow 23

    CAL 42, Thomas Nelson 0

     

    Boys’ Soccer

    Sunday

    All A Classic Sectionals

    Bethlehem 3, Holy Cross 2

     

    Tuesday

    Sayre 4, Bethlehem 1

    Central Hardin 5, Nelson Co. 0

    Thomas Nelson 5, Marion Co. 1

     

    Thursday

    Bethlehem 4, St. Francis 0

  • HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Banshees roll in All A sectionals

    Bethlehem’s girls are back in the Touchstone Energy All A Classic girls’ soccer championship next week, thanks to an 8-0 rout of visiting Holy Cross on Wednesday.

    The Banshees (6-4, winners of their last four matches) clinged to a 1-0 lead through the early part of the match, but exploded after that. Rachel Nelson netted three goals to lead the Bethlehem attack, while Abby Moore pitched in two more.

    Bethlehem will face Hazard (4-6) at 11 a.m. Sept. 27 in the All A Classic quarterfinals at the Elizabethtown Sports Park.

  • FOOTBALL: Tigers host Ft. Knox

    Bardstown enters district play tonight, welcoming Fort Knox to Garnis Martin Field for homecoming and a 7:30 kickoff.

    The Tigers are undefeated in three tries so far and ranked as high as No. 3 in Class 2A, and are looking to get a jump in the District 4 standings by extending Fort Knox’s season-opening losing streak to five games.

  • SCORES AND SCHEDULES 9-17

    Scores

    Football

    Friday

    Bardstown 46, Nelson Co. 19

    Bethlehem 53, Ludlow 23

    CAL 42, Thomas Nelson 0

     

    Boys’ Soccer

    Saturday

    Bardstown 8, Bryan Station 1

     

    Sunday

    All A Classic Sectionals

    Bethlehem 3, Holy Cross 2

     

    Tuesday

    Bethlehem at Sayre

    Nelson Co. at Central Hardin

    Thomas Nelson at Marion Co.

     

  • HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Eagles rally in 2nd half to top HC

    The All A Classic boys’ soccer tournament — once known as the All A State Cup — has seen one fixture in the bracket every year since 2000.

    And they’re back again, the Bethlehem Eagles, for a 14th straight trip.

  • SCORES AND SCHEDULES 9-14

    Scores

    Football

    Friday

    Bardstown 46, Nelson Co. 19

    Bethlehem 53, Ludlow 23

    CAL 42, Thomas Nelson 0

     

    Boys’ Soccer

    Thursday

    Bardstown 4, Bethlehem 1

    Nelson Co. 4, Spencer Co. 3

    North Hardin 4, Thomas Nelson 0

     

    Saturday

    Bardstown at Bryan Station

     

    Girls’ Soccer

    Wednesday

  • HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Bardstown stops historic streak

    Bardstown came into Thursday’s match with Bethlehem having dropped 23 in a row to the Eagles, and after falling behind 1-0 at halftime, Tigers coach Aaron Boggs said it was “quite the concern.”

    In the past, Boggs said, Bardstown teams sometimes “shut down” mentally after falling behind to Bethlehem, long the rulers of the local scene.

    It’s understandable, in that light. Bethlehem had outscored Bardstown 131-10 over a 23-match span dating back to 2001.

  • FOOTBALL: CAL stops TNHS in district opener

    Thomas Nelson went in riding the momentum of its first-ever two-game winning streak on Friday night, but ran into a forceful Christian Academy - Louisville squad and fell 42-0 on the road.

    “It was a tough game, but I am still proud of my guys,” Generals coach Kyle Boblitt said. “We had some special team mistakes in the first half, and should have only been down by 21, but we’re still growing. I felt our guys played hard and they are dedicated.”

  • FOOTBALL: Yates' 5 TDs lift Eagles

    Senior tailback Jake Yates scored five touchdowns for the second straight week, as Bethlehem pummeled Ludlow Friday night, 53-23, in their home opener.

    It was a capacity homecoming crowd at Lally Field, and the Eagles collectively put together a near-perfect game plan from start to finish.

  • FOOTBALL: Bardstown routs Nelson Co., 46-19

    Jarrett Dennison gave Bardstown an early lift and the Tigers ran with it Friday, building a 40-0 lead by halftime and cruising to a 46-19 win over Nelson County.

    “It means a lot since they’re crosstown rivals,” Dennison said. “We play Nelson County every year and it’s a big game every year.”