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High School Sports

  • On the record with: Bardstown senior Devin Boggs

    Bardstown senior Devin Boggs is this week’s nominee for The Kentucky Standard/PLG-TV 13/44 Auto Mart Student-Athlete of the Week.

    Boggs has been a four-year starter on the Tigers’ soccer team, leading Bardstown to the district championship last year, breaking a 15-year drought. He also is the kicker and punter for the 9-1 Bardstown football team, giving the Tigers a big weapon on special teams.

  • CROSS COUNTRY: Bethlehem’s Collins places 3rd in 1AR3, McCann runs 16th to snare state berths

     

    CHRISTINA L. MUDD

    Contributing Writer

    GOSHEN — Bethlehem senior and 2015 regional champ Caroline Collins fell short in defending her title at Saturday’s Class 1A Region 3 meet at the Creasy-Mahan Nature Preserve in Oldham County, placing third behind a pair of upstart freshmen.

    Bethlehem coach Eddie Masterson credited Collins’ finish as a side effect of the weather, among other factors.

  • CROSS COUNTRY: NC boys, B’town girls grab region runner-up spots

    BOWLING GREEN — A pair of surprises emerged from Saturday’s Class 2A Region 2 meet at Phil Moore Park as Nelson County’s boys and Bardstown’s girls brought home region runner-up trophies.

    “It exceeded my expectations big-time,” said Bardstown coach Josh Hartlage. “We ended up bringing home some hardware.”

  • Generals’ season ends with road loss at Taylor County

    CAMPBELLSVILLE — It took Thomas Nelson a longer than usual amount of time to get to Taylor County on Friday as they came upon an accident, got stuck behind a farm combine, and encountered heavier than normal traffic.

    However, it didn’t take much time for the homestanding Cardinals to score as freshman running back Trey Goodin went 75 yards on the opening play of the game and the floodgates were open for Taylor County as they ended the Generals’ season on a sour note, 52-13.

  • Tigers rout Patriots in playoff warmup

    Santrell Farmer connected with TraJan Walls for a pair of touchdown strikes and Tariq Armor rushed for two more as Bardstown put the finishing touch on a sparkling regular season by smashing Allen County-Scottsville 46-22 Friday night.

    Farmer threw for over 250 yards in the first half, but his interception at the home team’s two yard line prevented Bardstown from scoring on their opening drive.

  • Paris’ 4th-quarter rally stops Bethlehem

    It was just two weeks ago Bethlehem was pitted in an all-out gridiron war with district foe Campbellsville in a game filled with penalties, ejections and emotions.

    On Friday, the host Eagles (6-4) once again faced some of those same intense moments late in the first quarter against Paris. 

  • CH ends Bardstown Cinderella run

    HODGENVILLE — Bardstown’s first-ever trip to the 5th Region volleyball tournament proved a smashing success beyond anyone’s wildest expectations, with the Tigers advancing all the way to the title match, falling in three sets to Central Hardin.

    “It’s been amazing — we’ve worked so hard to get here,” Bardstown junior Abby Downs said. “I’m so glad that we made it this far and worked as a team. We had so much fun doing it.”

  • SCORES AND SCHEDULE 10-28

    Scores

    Football

    Friday

    Bardstown 46, Thomas Nelson 16

    Bethlehem 42, Fort Knox 8

    Bullitt Central 53, Nelson Co. 7

     

    Girls’ Soccer

    Monday

    State Soccer Tournament

    Semistate 7 p.m.

    at Nelson Co.

    Simon Kenton 1, Bethlehem 0

     

    Volleyball

    Monday

    5th Region tournament

    at LaRue Co.

  • FOOTBALL: Regular season ends tonight

    Friday marks the end of the regular season for high school football, with Bardstown and Bethlehem getting in their final tuneups before the playoffs commence.

    Thomas Nelson (4-5) is also in action at Class 4A Taylor County (6-3) in the Generals’ season finale at 7:30 p.m. tonight. Thomas Nelson failed to qualify for the Class 3A playoffs after going 1-4 in District 3 play. The Generals dropped a 46-16 home decision last week to Bardstown, with Eli Brady rushing for a touchdown and Ben Hite catching a touchdown pass.

  • 5th REGION VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIP: Bruins stop Tigers' Cinderella run

    HODGENVILLE — Bardstown’s first-ever trip to the 5th Region volleyball tournament proved a smashing success beyond anyone’s wildest expectations, with the Tigers advancing all the way to the title match, falling in three sets to Central Hardin.

    “It’s been amazing — we’ve worked so hard to get here,” Bardstown junior Abby Downs said. “I’m so glad that we made it this far and worked as a team. We had so much fun doing it.”