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High School Sports

  • FOOTBALL: Rogers’ monster day lifts Tigers past Generals

    With Thomas Nelson’s defense keying on Bardstown’s senior playmakers in the offense, the Tigers had to dip into their well of youthful talent to hold off a Generals team eyeing their first-ever win in the series.

    Bardstown found an emerging star in Elijah Rogers, who had two long first-half touchdown catches during a 201-yard receiving night, and the sophomore came up big late with three first-down conversions in the final four minutes to help the Tigers kill the clock and escape with a 20-14 win Friday.

  • SCORES and SCHEDULES 9-22

    Scores

    Football

    Friday

    KCD 47, Bethlehem 0

    W. Jessamine 41, Nelson Co. 19

    E’town 42, Thomas Nelson 7

     

    Boys’ Soccer

    Saturday

    Elizabethtown 8, Bardstown 2

     

    Monday

    Bethlehem 2, Spencer Co. 2

     

    Tuesday

    Meade Co. 2, Bardstown 0

    Nelson Co. 4, Thomas Nelson 1

     

    Thursday

  • PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Bardstown girls rout Nelson Co.

    Bardstown erupted for six goals Wednesday and Nelson County couldn’t keep pace as the Tigers scored a 6-2 win to clinch no worse than the No. 2 seed in the upcoming girls’ 19th District soccer tournament.

    Molly Bodkin had a hat trick and Haylee Koger popped in two goals and an assist to highlight the scoring for the Tigers. Emma Livingston also notched a goal and an assist, and MaTija Yocum dealt out two assists.

    Haylee Evoy accounted for both Nelson County goals in the match.

  • SCORES and SCHEDULES 9-20

    Scores

    Football

    Friday

    KCD 47, Bethlehem 0

    W. Jessamine 41, Nelson Co. 19

    E’town 42, Thomas Nelson 7

     

    Boys’ Soccer

    Friday

    Bethlehem 2, Marion Co. 0

     

    Saturday

    Elizabethtown 8, Bardstown 2

     

    Monday

    Bethlehem 2, Spencer Co. 2

     

    Tuesday

    Meade Co. 2, Bardstown 0

  • PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Bardstown VB goes 2-2 at All A Classic state

    In Bardstown’s first-ever trip to the statewide All A Classic, the Tigers went 2-1 in pool play before falling to Presentation 25-14, 25-18 in the quarterfinals of the Championship Bracket this weekend at St. Henry High School.

    Alexis Sheckles led Bardstown with 62 assists over four matches.

    The Tigers opened pool play with an easy 25-7, 25-11 over Harlan that saw Sherelle Smith record five kills and eight aces.

  • On the record with: Bethlehem’s Drew Werner

    Bethlehem senior football player Drew Werner is this week’s nominee for The Kentucky Standard/PLG-TV 13 Student-Athlete of the Week.

    Drew carries a 4.0 GPA and is involved in a number of other activities on campus, including the National Honor Society and the French National Honor Society, as well as serving as the school’s senior class president. Drew also competes on the Bethlehem tennis and archery squads.

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

     

  • PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Banshees fall in top-15 matchup with Male

    Bethlehem came up short in its latest test with a ranked girls’ soccer team in Friday’s Male Bulldog Classic, falling 5-4 to the hosts.

    Madie Sparks netted two goals and Abigail Proctor had a goal and two assists in the loss. Miranda Blanford accounted for the Banshees’ other goal.

  • FOOTBALL: Eagles have no answers for No. 2 Bearcats

    Bethlehem was no match for the run game of Class 1A No. 2 Kentucky Country Day, who rushed their way to a 47-0 victory over the Eagles Friday night at Lally Field.

    The Bearcats used superior size and speed to have their way with the Eagles’ defense all night.

    Coach Jesse Cantrall thought that, despite the score, his team played better than they did in their previous game.

  • FOOTBALL: Top-5 E’town’s firepower too much for TNHS

    ELIZABETHTOWN — A third-quarter touchdown prevented a shutout, but the Thomas Nelson Generals had few other positives exiting their 42-7 loss at Elizabethtown on Friday.

    The Panthers had 465 yards compared to 164 from the Generals and scored touchdowns on three of their first five plays.

    Elizabethtown (3-1) entered the game ranked No. 5 in Class 3A and showed it deserves the accolades.

  • FOOTBALL: Cards can’t keep pace with Colts

    NICHOLASVILLE — With his team riding the school’s first three-game winning streak since 2010, West Jessamine coach John Gilliam wanted his team to take command early against a winless Nelson County team on Friday.

    The homestanding Colts (4-1) did just that, scoring on their first play from scrimmage on a 52-yard touchdown run by senior quarterback Jacob Humes en route to a 41-19 win over the Cardinals.

    West Jessamine went on to score on three of their next four possessions to build their advantage to 27-0.