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High School Sports

  • SCORES AND SCHEDULES 3-30

    Scores

    Baseball

    Thursday

    Bullitt Central 4, Bardstown 1

     

    Friday

    Washington Co. 8, Bardstown 4

     

    Saturday

    John Hardin 6, Nelson Co. 4

    Bardstown 11, Thomas Nelson 3

    Southern 6, Bardstown 1

    Southern 19, Thomas Nelson 1

     

    All A Classic 5th Region

    at Campbellsville

    Bethlehem 1, Fort Knox 0 (forfeit)

     

    Monday

  • BETHLEHEM TENNIS PREVIEW: Eagles fighting through injuries

    When you start a new season with a couple of your top aces on the shelf, it’s a true concern for any coach.

    This is the case for the Bethlehem tennis team as their top two boys — Jack Surtees and Adam Rogers — have begun the season sidelined with injuries.

    “This is a huge disappointment,” coach Lynn Hamilton said. “They are my No. 1 and No. 2 players, and I am not sure if or when they will return.”

  • THOMAS NELSON GENERALS TENNIS PREVIEW: Generals have new coach, new players

    If the young tennis players at Thomas Nelson can match their new coach’s enthusiasm about the upcoming season, there will be fun times ahead for the Generals’ program.

    Curt Merrifield has taken the reins of the team after serving as an assistant coach a year ago, and admits that there’s a big difference in the two positions.

  • NELSON COUNTY CARDINALS TENNIS PREVIEW: Cards return lots of experience

    There are some high hopes for the Nelson County tennis teams this season as key players return with an extra year of experience under their belts.

    There are a pair of senior boys and a sophomore girl who have coach Melissa Locklear thinking she may have some players qualify for state competition.

  • BARDSTOWN TIGERS TENNIS PREVIEW: Tigers look to ride seniors, Spencer

    Bardstown enters the 2016 tennis season with high hopes for a big breakthrough behind an experienced lineup featuring several seniors, as well as a talented sophomore who is on the cusp.

    “We are fortunate to have several upperclassmen who possess leadership qualities and are of strong personal character,” second-year coach Hart Hagan said. “This helps with keeping things moving smoothly and helping the younger kids understand the expectations for how we conduct ourselves individually and as a team.”

  • Scores and Schedules: March 27, 2016

    Scores

    Baseball

    Monday

    Bardstown 17, Fort Knox 4

    Bethlehem 12, Central 0

    Tuesday

    Bethlehem 8, Thomas Nelson 0

    Wednesday

    Bethlehem 22, Berea 5

    Friday

    Washington Co. 8, Bardstown 4

    Saturday

    Nelson Co. at John Hardin

    Bardstown at Thomas Nelson

    Southern at Thomas Nelson

    All A Classic 5th Region

    at Campbellsville

    Bethlehem v. Fort Knox

    Softball

    Monday

  • Generals turn back Cards

    Thomas Nelson stopped a three-game skid Friday in dealing host Nelson County a 17-4 defeat on the softball diamond behind a strong pitching performance by senior Olivia Hutchins.

    The win was just the second in school history by the Generals over the Cardinals, the last time coming in 2014. Thomas Nelson improves to 2-7 and 1-0 in district games heading into Saturday’s game after press time against Hart County. The Generals host Marion County on Monday.

  • SCORES AND SCHEDULES 3-25

    Scores

    Baseball

    Saturday

    North Hardin 8, Nelson Co. 0

     

    Sayre Tournament

    Sayre 8, Bardstown 0

    Simon Kenton 7, Bardstown 1

     

    Monday

    Bardstown 17, Fort Knox 4

    Bethlehem 12, Central 0

     

    Tuesday

    Bethlehem 8, Thomas Nelson 0

     

    Wednesday

    Bethlehem 22, Berea 5

     

    Softball

    Saturday

  • PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Banshees finding their stride

    Bethlehem dropped its first two games of the season, but the Banshees are turning the corner just in time to defend their All A Classic 5th Region title.

    The Banshees (5-3) have won five of six since that start, including a come-from-behind 12-11 win Monday over Elizabethtown and Wednesday’s easy 15-0 decision over Bardstown.

    On Wednesday, Tiger pitchers had control problems, which led to an 11-run first inning by the Banshees.

  • 2016 KENTUCKY STANDARD SOFTBALL PREVIEW: NC going through youth movement

    With the loss of three key starters to graduation from last year’s team, Nelson County softball coach Chris Mattingly knew that he would be depending on some young players to play roles in for his team in the 2016 campaign.

    Little did he know he would need them to grow up quick.

    Three more starters — Lindsey Wilson signee Bailey Parsons, a senior, sophomore Krista Holt and freshman Mattie Robbins — quit the team after the season’s opening game against Hart County.