http://www.kystandard.com/sports/rss.xml en PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Bardstown VB goes 2-2 at All A Classic state http://www.kystandard.com/content/prep-sports-roundup-bardstown-vb-goes-2-2-all-classic-state <img src="http://www.kystandard.com/sites/www.kystandard.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/bhs_spencer_gs.jpg" alt="Bardstown sophomore Olivia Shams (9) plays a ball against Spencer County during the Tigers&amp;#039; 5-2 win Monday." title="Bardstown sophomore Olivia Shams (9) plays a ball against Spencer County during the Tigers&amp;#039; 5-2 win Monday." align="left" hspace="6" width="65" height="85" /><p> In Bardstown&rsquo;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.</p> <p> Alexis Sheckles led Bardstown with 62 assists over four matches.</p> <p> The Tigers opened pool play with an easy 25-7, 25-11 over Harlan that saw Sherelle Smith record five kills and eight aces.</p> On the record with: Bethlehem’s Drew Werner http://www.kystandard.com/content/record-bethlehem%E2%80%99s-drew-werner <img src="http://www.kystandard.com/sites/www.kystandard.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/saotw_werner_beth.jpg" alt="Bethlehem&amp;#039;s Drew Werner is this week&amp;#039;s Student-Athlete of the Week." title="Bethlehem&amp;#039;s Drew Werner is this week&amp;#039;s Student-Athlete of the Week." align="left" hspace="6" width="48" height="85" /><p> Bethlehem senior football player Drew Werner is this week&rsquo;s nominee for The Kentucky Standard/PLG-TV 13 Student-Athlete of the Week.</p> <p> 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&rsquo;s senior class president. Drew also competes on the Bethlehem tennis and archery squads.</p> <p> Kentucky Standard sports editor Peter W. Zubaty had a few questions for Drew to better get to know him.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> SCORES and SCHEDULES 9-20 http://www.kystandard.com/content/scores-and-schedules-9-20 <p> <strong>Scores</strong></p> <p> <strong>Football</strong></p> <p> Friday</p> <p> KCD 47, Bethlehem 0</p> <p> W. Jessamine 41, Nelson Co. 19</p> <p> E&rsquo;town 42, Thomas Nelson 7</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> <strong>Boys&rsquo; Soccer<br /> </strong></p> <p> Friday</p> <p> Bethlehem 2, Marion Co. 0</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Saturday</p> <p> Elizabethtown 8, Bardstown 2</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Monday</p> <p> Bethlehem 2, Spencer Co. 2</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Tuesday</p> <p> Meade Co. 2,&nbsp;Bardstown 0</p> FOOTBALL: Top-5 E’town’s firepower too much for TNHS http://www.kystandard.com/content/football-top-5-e%E2%80%99town%E2%80%99s-firepower-too-much-tnhs <img src="http://www.kystandard.com/sites/www.kystandard.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/tnhs_etown_fb1.jpg" alt="Thomas Nelson quarterback Jerry Wimsett attempts to pass as teammate Chase Howard tries to keep Elizabethtown&amp;#039;s Kendric Williams at bay Friday night." title="Thomas Nelson quarterback Jerry Wimsett attempts to pass as teammate Chase Howard tries to keep Elizabethtown&amp;#039;s Kendric Williams at bay Friday night." align="left" hspace="6" width="126" height="85" /><p> ELIZABETHTOWN &mdash; 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.</p> <p> The Panthers had 465 yards compared to 164 from the Generals and scored touchdowns on three of their first five plays.</p> <p> Elizabethtown (3-1) entered the game ranked No. 5 in Class 3A and showed it deserves the accolades.</p> FOOTBALL: Top-5 E’town’s firepower too much for TNHS http://www.kystandard.com/content/football-top-5-e%E2%80%99town%E2%80%99s-firepower-too-much-tnhs <img src="http://www.kystandard.com/sites/www.kystandard.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/tnhs_etown_fb1.jpg" alt="Thomas Nelson quarterback Jerry Wimsett attempts to pass as teammate Chase Howard tries to keep Elizabethtown&amp;#039;s Kendric Williams at bay Friday night." title="Thomas Nelson quarterback Jerry Wimsett attempts to pass as teammate Chase Howard tries to keep Elizabethtown&amp;#039;s Kendric Williams at bay Friday night." align="left" hspace="6" width="126" height="85" /><p> ELIZABETHTOWN &mdash; 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.</p> <p> The Panthers had 465 yards compared to 164 from the Generals and scored touchdowns on three of their first five plays.</p> <p> Elizabethtown (3-1) entered the game ranked No. 5 in Class 3A and showed it deserves the accolades.</p> FOOTBALL: Cards can’t keep pace with Colts http://www.kystandard.com/content/football-cards-can%E2%80%99t-keep-pace-colts <p> NICHOLASVILLE &mdash; With his team riding the school&rsquo;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.</p> <p> 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.</p> <p> West Jessamine went on to score on three of their next four possessions to build their advantage to 27-0.</p> FOOTBALL: Cards can’t keep pace with Colts http://www.kystandard.com/content/football-cards-can%E2%80%99t-keep-pace-colts <p> NICHOLASVILLE &mdash; With his team riding the school&rsquo;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.</p> <p> 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.</p> <p> West Jessamine went on to score on three of their next four possessions to build their advantage to 27-0.</p> FOOTBALL: Eagles have no answers for No. 2 Bearcats http://www.kystandard.com/content/football-eagles-have-no-answers-no-2-bearcats <img src="http://www.kystandard.com/sites/www.kystandard.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/beth_kcd_fb1.jpg" alt="Bethlehem&amp;#039;s Bryson Cissell (20) fights for extra yards against Kentucky Country Day Friday." title="Bethlehem&amp;#039;s Bryson Cissell (20) fights for extra yards against Kentucky Country Day Friday." align="left" hspace="6" width="128" height="85" /><p> 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.</p> <p> The Bearcats used superior size and speed to have their way with the Eagles&rsquo; defense all night.</p> <p> Coach Jesse Cantrall thought that, despite the score, his team played better than they did in their previous game.</p>