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High School Sports

  • HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Generals top Tigers, 3-1

    Thomas Nelson continued its hot play of late on the baseball diamond, winning their fourth straight Monday.

    Bardstown was the Generals’ latest victim, 3-1, behind Eli Clark’s complete-game six-hittter. Clark struck out three and walked two over seven innings of work.

    The Tigers (8-11, 3-2 dist.) got their lone run in the top of the first, when Shunta Muto singled, stole second and scored on Trey Heiskell’s sacrifice fly to right.

  • BASEBALL: Eagles fall in All A pitcher's duel

    LEXINGTON — Last season Bethlehem had their All A Classic aspirations dashed by Danville in a 9-7 thriller at Lexington Legends' Whitaker Bank Park.

    The Eagles' 2014 run for the title was also ended at the hands of Danville, albeit in a totally different manner, as Bethlehem lost 1-0.

  • Tiger boys win B’town Invitational

    Bardstown’s boys captured firsts in six events Thursday on the way to outpacing Fort Knox to win the Tigers’ home invitational meet.

    Dallan Goldring and Brandon Price were the Tigers’ top point producers, with Goldring grabbing two firsts and a second and Price taking a first and two runner-ups in the middle distance races to help Bardstown edge Fort Knox, 145-134.

    Nelson County placed seventh, with Bethlehem 10th and Thomas Nelson 11th. In girls, Nelson County was eighth and Bardstown ninth. Thomas Nelson placed 11th and Bethlehem was 15th.

  • Bardstown takes down Cardinals

    Facing a crucial stretch of five district games in an eight-day stretch, Bardstown (8-10, 3-1) scored three runs in the seventh inning and came from behind to defeat Nelson County 7-5 Friday night.

    The victory came two days after the Cardinals had thrashed the Tigers 13-1.

    Coach Glenn Koger thinks the win will help his team win all important second or third seed in the district.

    “This win solidifies us as the third seed, but we control our own destiny and can move to the number one or two seed ,” Koger said.

  • Generals top NC for 3rd straight win

    A little more than a week ago, Thomas Nelson was mired in a long losing streak of seven in a row.

    They were taking on the No. 6 team in the state at the time, McCracken County, in the Louisville Invitiational Tournament, and playing pretty well. Neither team had scored through five innings, and the Generals had some opportunities with several baserunners in scoring position against the Mustangs, but couldn’t cash in, eventually falling 9-0 late.

  • Tigers win girls, boys conference singles

    Bardstown swept both singles championships in Thursday’s Midland Conference Tennis finals — one a surprise, while the other went according to form.

    Spanish exchange student Nico DeVillalobos, just like he did in helping Bardstown to the 5th Region basketball championship, came up with his best play in the postseason, knocking off the top two seeds to win the boys’ singles draw.

    DeVillalobos was unseeded coming in, defeating No. 1 seed Chase Drury of Washington County in the first round,

  • Bardstown’s Nico continues hot run in regions

    ELIZABETHTOWN — Bardstown’s Nico DeVillalobos continued his hot run in the 5th Region tournament Friday, cruising to a straight-sets win in the first round one day after upsetting the top two seeds to win the Midland Conference boys’ singles title.

  • TENNIS: B'town sweeps conference singles

    Tigers win girls, boys conference singles

    Bardstown swept both singles championships in Thursday’s Midland Conference Tennis finals — one a surprise, while the other went according to form.

    Spanish exchange student Nico DeVillalobos, just like he did in helping Bardstown to the 5th Region basketball championship, came up with his best play in the postseason, knocking off the top two seeds to win the boys’ singles draw.

  • BASEBALL: Generals stun Cards with big 3rd inning

    BASEBALL: Generals top NC for 3rd straight win

    A little more than a week ago, Thomas Nelson was mired in a long losing streak of seven in a row.

    They were taking on the No. 6 team in the state at the time, McCracken County, in the Louisville Invitiational Tournament, and playing pretty well. Neither team had scored through five innings, and the Generals had some opportunities with several baserunners in scoring position against the Mustangs, but couldn’t cash in, eventually falling 9-0 late.

  • SCORES AND SCHEDULES 5-4

    Scores

    Baseball

    Wednesday

    Bardstown 5, Washington Co. 1

    Nelson Co. 13, Bardstown 1

    Thomas Nelson 8, Fort Knox 2

     

    Thursday

    Thomas Nelson 7, Nelson Co. 5

     

    Friday

    Bardstown 7, Nelson Co. 5

    Washington Co. at Bethlehem

     

    Saturday

    Touchstone Energy All A Classic

    at Whitaker Bank Park, Lexington

    Bethlehem v. Danville 10 a.m.