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Today's Sports

  • SCORES and SCHEDULES 12-17

    Scores

    Boys’ Basketball

    Monday

    Nelson Co. 67, Franklin Co. 56

    Marion Co. 80, Thomas Nelson 54

     

    Tuesday

    Washington Co. 62, Nelson Co. 52

    Grayson Co. 51, Thomas Nelson 40

     

    Friday

    Bardstown 71, Thomas Nelson 30

    Bethlehem 75, Washington Co. 74

    Bullitt Central 66, Nelson Co. 41

     

    Saturday

    Green Co. at Thomas Nelson

     

  • GIRLS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP:...

    After blowing a 10-point quarter lead in a 45-41 loss at Taylor County on Tuesday, Bethlehem responded with what coach Jason Clark described as “two of our best practices of the year” as they prepared for Friday’s game against Washington County.

    But when the coach saw his team going through the motions in their pregame drills, he caught the same lackadaisical attitude that had crept into their play against he Cardinals.

    He took his team back to the locker room for a little chat.

  • BOYS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP:...

    Friday night’s game between Bethlehem and Washington County was such a barnburner that both coaches should have been charged admission for their front-row seats.

    “If you didn’t enjoy that basketball game for your $5, you don’t enjoy high school basketball,” Commanders coach Bernard Smalley said.

    Smalley had just seen his team drop a scintillating 75-74 decision to the homestanding Eagles in a contest that shows just how balanced the 19th District race is shaping up to be.

  • SCORES and SCHEDULES 12-15

    Scores

    Boys’ Basketball

    Saturday

    Thomas Nelson 71, Eminence 60

     

    Bardstown Tip-Off Classic

    Bardstown 57, Bullitt Central 56

    Marion Co. 87, Bethlehem 51

     

    Monday

    Nelson Co. 67, Franklin Co. 56

    Marion Co. 80, Thomas Nelson 54

     

    Tuesday

    Washington Co. 62, Nelson Co. 52

    Grayson Co. 51, Thomas Nelson 40

     

    Girls’ Basketball

  • COLLEGE SOCCER: NC’s Jackson...

    At Savannah Jackson’s signing ceremony last week at Nelson County High School, Brescia University women’s soccer coach David Ralph couldn’t help but marvel at a collage of photos of the Cardinal keeper in action.

    One could almost see the wheels turning in his head as he took in the images of Jackson making diving, leaping saves of shots, or straying far out of the goal to stop attacks. “Fearlessness” and “relentlessness” were words he used a great deal to describe the Nelson senior’s play.

  • STRAIGHT ARROW: Gift ideas for...

    As Christmas draws near, if you have a bowhunter that you still need a gift for, I will try to give you a few good ideas.

  • PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: NC girls...

    Marly Walls got Nelson County off to a fast start Tuesday, tallying six points, five steals and two assists as the Cardinals built a 17-1 lead after five minutes on Washington County and never looked back on the way to a 71-14 rout.

    Walls had 19 points, all in the first half, helping the Cardinals to a 25th straight win over 19th District opponents.

    Amelia Hodges scored 24 — including four three-pointers — and Ella Thompson added 11.

  • SCORES and SCHEDULES 12-13

    Scores

    Boys’ Basketball

    Friday

    Bardstown 54, North Oldham 52

    Bethlehem 74, Nelson Co. 72 2OT

    Washington Co. 73, Thomas Nelson 55

     

    Saturday

    Thomas Nelson 71, Eminence 60

     

    Bardstown Tip-Off Classic

    Bardstown 57, Bullitt Central 56

    Marion Co. 87, Bethlehem 51

     

    Monday

    Nelson Co. 67, Franklin Co. 56

    Marion Co. 80, Thomas Nelson 54

     

  • COLLEGE SPORTS: Crepps’ college...

    Kirsten Crepps thought she might get a chance to continue her athletic career in college.

    After all, she’d been starting on the Bethlehem softball team since she was a middle-schooler, and was one of the top players in the region as a junior last season, and was gearing up for a big senior campaign. And she also had an eye on the military as well.

    Sometimes, however, life sends you down different trails. For Crepps, that trail was the cross country variety.

  • On the record with: NCHS’ Nathan...

    Nelson County senior Nathan Fell is this week’s nominee for The Kentucky Standard/PLG-TV 13 Student-Athlete of the Week.

    Nathan carries a 4.2 weighted/3.9 unweighted GPA while participating on the Academic Team as well as on the school’s new Vex Robotics Team, in addition to running track and cross country.

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