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High School Sports

  • SCORES AND SCHEDULES 2-5

    Scores

    Boys’ Basketball

    Saturday

    Nathan McCurry Classic

    at John Hardin

    Bardstown 59, Meade Co. 57

    LaRue Co. 62, Thomas Nelson 47

     

    Monday

    North Bullitt 82, Thomas Nelson 50

     

    Tuesday

    Bardstown 85, Bethlehem 31

    Nelson Co. 69, Green Co. 59

    Washington Co. 74, Thomas Nelson 53

     

    Girls’ Basketball

    Saturday

  • GIRLS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Bardstown hopes to spoil NC’s district party

    Bardstown was solid in the 2015 portion of its basketball schedule, getting to the finals of two holiday tournaments and going 8-5 against a challenging schedule.

  • WRESTLING: TNHS hosts B’town, NCHS

    Local wrestling squads are nearing the finish line of the regular season, with the final meets — and the draws for region tournament pairings — this weekend.

    On Wednesday, Thomas Nelson played host to Anderson County, Bardstown and Nelson County in dual-format matches, with the Bearcats winning both of their matches.

  • BOYS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Tigers look to clinch district’s top seed tonight

    Bardstown laid a beat-down on Bethlehem Tuesday night on the Eagles’ home court, setting the table for a showdown tonight at Nelson County with the top seed in the boys’ 19th District tournament on the line.

    Tipoff is about 7:30 p.m., following the completion of the Cardinals-Tigers girls’ game, which starts at 6 p.m.

  • SCORES AND SCHEDULES 2-3

    Scores

    Boys’ Basketball

    Friday

    Bardstown 64, Bullitt East 60

    North Bullitt 67, Bethlehem 34

    Nelson Co. 73, Marion Co. 57

    Campbellsville 68, Thomas Nelson 49

     

    Saturday

    Nathan McCurry Classic

    at John Hardin

    Bardstown 59, Meade Co. 57

    LaRue Co. 62, Thomas Nelson 47

     

    Monday

    North Bullitt 82, Thomas Nelson 50

     

    Tuesday

  • PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Nelson County, Thomas Nelson girls make bowling region SFs

    Nelson County’s and Thomas Nelson’s girls squads enjoyed strong showings at Friday’s team bowling regions at the E’town Lanes.

    Nelson County rolled an 854 in preliminary rounds to earn a No. 4 seed, then topped No. 5 John Hardin in the quarterfinals to earn a berth in the semifinals, where they fell to eventual champion Taylor County.

  • HOOPS ROUNDUP: Generals swept in Monday doubleheader

    Thomas Nelson was dealt dual defeats Monday on the hardwood, as North Bullitt swept a girls-boys doubleheader on the Generals’ home floor.

    Thomas Nelson’s district doubleheader Tuesday night against Washington County was too late for this edition of The Kentucky Standard.

    In the girls’ game to open the evening, North Bullitt, one of the top girls’ teams in the 6th Region, opened the game on a 27-6 run and didn’t look back, recording a 70-41 defeat of Thomas Nelson.

  • SCORES AND SCHEDULES 1-31

    Scores

    Boys’ Basketball

    Monday

    Bethlehem 60, Whitefield Acad. 48

     

    Tuesday

    Bardstown 80, Washington Co. 48

    Nelson Co. 62, Hart Co. 58

     

    Wednesday

    Thomas Nelson 58, Metcalfe Co. 57

     

    Friday

    Bardstown 64, Bullitt East 60

    North Bullitt 67, Bethlehem 34

    Nelson Co. 73, Marion Co. 57

    Campbellsville 68, Thomas Nelson 49

     

    Saturday

  • Fields joins KHSAA media staff

    KHSAA Commissioner Julian Tackett announced Monday that Hall of Fame journalist Mike Fields and his more than 41 years of experience covering high school sports will be joining KHSAA.org as a contributing writer.

    Fields, a Bardstown native who retired from the Lexington Herald-Leader in 2015 after 35 years with the publication, will produce content for his own blog at KHSAA.org, along with feature articles and state championship coverage through the KHSAA website and social media.

  • BOYS' BASKETBALL: Nelson boys handle Marion County, 73-57

    For most of the season, Cameron Cornish, Max Ryan and Bradley Watson have carried the Nelson County basketball team.

    While the trio combined for 56 of the Cardinals’ 73 points on Friday, coach Bev Hart was pleased that some other players stepped up to help the home team beat Marion County 73-57 on Friday to gain its fifth win in a row.