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High School Sports

  • Longtime volunteers make HS sports go

    Local sporting events just don’t happen on their own.

    In addition to the coaches and players and officials, there is a lot happening behind the scenes to make these contests come to fruition.

    There are the gate workers and concession workers, bookkeepers and scoreboard operators, and others who work together to ensure the games go off without a hitch.

    Oftentimes, it is parents of the participants who fill those roles.

  • PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Walls nets 2,000 in NC win

    Standout senior basketball player Marly Walls wasn’t sure what was going on in Monday’s 73-32 home win over Thomas Nelson when PA announcer Steve Finch made an announcement to the crowd during a stoppage in play.

    The announcement was that Walls, a regular varsity contributor since she was a middle-schooler and a starter since her freshman season, had joined the prestigious NCHS 2,000-point club.

    Walls said she was proud of her accomplishment, and humbled to join such lofty company among the school’s basketball legends.

  • SCORES and SCHEDULES 1-28

    Scores

    Boys’ Basketball

    Monday

    Bethlehem 72, Whitefield Acad. 68

    Bullitt Central 71, Thomas Nelson 69 OT

     

    Tuesday

    Bethlehem 70, Frederick Fraize 28

    Hart Co. 60, Nelson Co. 46

     

    Thursday

    Marion Co. 83, Nelson Co. 56

     

    Friday

    Bardstown 62, KCD 60

    North Bullitt 61, Bethlehem 54

    Campbellsville 77, Thomas Nelson 55

     

  • BOYS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Third win elusive for Generals; Tigers hold off KCD

    CAMPBELLSVILLE — Thomas Nelson continues to improve with every outing, but the Generals cannot capture that elusive third win.

    The Generals kept battling back against a very strong and athletic Campbellsville team on Friday, but finally succumbed 77-55 in a game that was much closer than the final score.

    They fought back from a 39-29 disadvantage early in the second half and closed to within two after back-to-back three-point shots from Jerry Wimsett and Jessie Bowman.

  • GIRLS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: TNHS girls fade late on the road

    Thomas Nelson overcame an eight-point third-quarter deficit to take a 46-45 lead with three minutes left in the game, but could not hold on late in falling at Campbellsville 51-46 on Friday.

    Katelyn Flechler had a basket and a pair of free throws to help the visitors knot the score at 40 and then four points from Bailey Stiles and a field goal by Josie Reiter gave Thomas Nelson its first lead of the game with 2:56 remaining in the final quarter.

    However, they went scoreless the rest of the way and saw their record fall to 9-11 on the season.

  • BOWLING: NC girls, TNHS’ Reed region runners-up

    ELIZABETHTOWN — A pair of local high school bowlers turned in impressive performances at Thursday’s regional tournament at the E’town Lanes, and earned themselves a spot in the Feb. 8 state championships in Louisville.

    In addition, the Nelson County girls will be returning to the state tournament for the second consecutive year after finishing as runner-up in Friday’s team competitions. Results from Saturday’s boys’ team competition were unavailable as of press time for this edition.

  • On the record with: TNHS’ Caleb Enlow

    Thomas Nelson senior archer Caleb Enlow is this week’s nominee for The Kentucky Standard/PLG-TV 13 Student-Athlete of the Week.

    Caleb carries a 3.25 GPA and is also involved in FFA, the 4-H Teen Council and 4-H Shooting Sports on campus, and has long been one of the top high school archers in the area.

    Kentucky Standard sports editor Peter W. Zubaty had a few questions for Caleb to better get to know him.

     

    PZ: Do you know where you would like to go to college? What do you plan to study and why?

  • PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Banshees roll for win No. 12

    Bethlehem’s girls won their second straight game Wednesday, routing Iroquois 58-22 after outscoring the visitors 21-0 in the first quarter.

    Ellie Taylor scored seven of her game-high 13 points during the first frame, and the Banshees were able to cruise after that, improving to 12-6 on the year.

    Bethlehem is back in action Saturday at Campbellsville.

     

    WRESTLING: Bardstown Duals

  • SCORES and SCHEDULES 1-26

    Scores

    Boys’ Basketball

    Saturday

    Nelson Co. 68, Bethlehem 57

     

    5th Region All A Classic

    at Fort Knox

    Green Co. 53, Bardstown 49

     

    Monday

    Bethlehem 72, Whitefield Acad. 68

    Bullitt Central 71, Thomas Nelson 69 OT

     

    Tuesday

    Bethlehem 70, Frederick Fraize 28

    Hart Co. 60, Nelson Co. 46

     

    Thursday

    Marion Co. 83, Nelson Co. 56

  • SCORES and SCHEDULES 1-24

    Scores

    Boys’ Basketball

    Thursday

    5th Region All A Classic

    Bardstown 66, Campbellsville 65

    Green Co. 70, Bethlehem 58

     

    Friday

    East Jessamine 97, Thomas Nelson 45

    Adair Co. 94, Nelson Co. 78

     

    5th Region All A Classic

    at Fort Knox

    Bardstown 79, Fort Knox 35

     

    Saturday

    Nelson Co. 68, Bethlehem 57

     

    5th Region All A Classic