Community Sports

  • SPORTS NOTES: March 31, 2019
    Trim, Shape, and Tone fitness class
  • Scores and Schedules: Sept. 4, 2018
    Scores Football Friday Bardstown 20, Marion Co. 6 Hart Co. 27, Bethlehem 20 Fairdale 31, Nelson Co. 24 LaRue Co. 55, Thomas Nelson 21 Boys’ Soccer Thursday Bardstown 4, Nelson Co. 1 Thomas Nelson 0, Spencer Co. 0 Monday 5th Region All A Classic Bethlehem 4, Fort Knox 1 Tuesday Bardstown at Taylor Co.
  • COMMUNITY SPORTS: ‘KO’ wins N.A. Masters title
    Kerry “K.O.” Overfelt, of Bardstown, captured the Masters division title at the 2018 Pacific Northwest Scottish Highland Games on July 29 in Emumclaw, Wash. The Masters North American Championship featured the best Highland Games athletes from Canada and the U.S. as they battled it out for the prestigious award to be crowned the best Masters Highland Games athlete on the North American continent. Masters (40 years old and older) were men from all over the country.
  • SPORTS SHOTS: Culvertown Ballpark closes out softball season
    The Culvertown Ballpark closed out its 2018 Men’s Softball League season on Friday with a marathon tournament to settle the league’s tournament championship. The top-seeded Bud Light squad took the championship matchup 24-11 over Tornado in the final of five games played Friday night. A week prior, Bud Light took the regular-season title with a walkoff homer to beat Tornado, 30-29. The park will play host to an adult co-ed kickball tournament this week.
  • YOUTH SPORTS: Gaddie makes All-American team
    Brody Gaddie, 9, Bardstown, has been named to the 2018 USSSA All-American Team representing the Great Lakes Region, which includes players from Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan and West Virginia. Tryouts were held during the month of June in Indianapolis and Chicago.
    Photos from the Culvertown Adult Co-Ed Kickball League from Wednesday, July 11.
    Sports Shots photos from the week of July 13, 2018.
    Sports Shots for July 4-6, 2018.
  • COMMUNITY SPORTS: Kirkpatrick keeps plugging away
    Don Kirkpatrick says it’s good to have goals, especially during retirement. Granted, his goals aren’t like most 62-year-olds. He just wants to get faster. “I still don’t feel like I’ve reached my ceiling,” said Kirkpatrick, a Bardstown resident who competes in Senior Games across the country, specializing as a sprinter. “The goal is to get under 13 seconds.”
  • Overfelt competes in Ohio Highland Games event
    p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; text-align: justify; line-height: 11.0px; font: 10.5px Helvetica} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 10.0px 0.0px; text-align: justify; line-height: 11.0px; font: 9.0px Helvetica} span.s1 {font-kerning: none} MARC KOVAC The Columbus Dispatch COLUMBUS, Ohio — There’s a lot of heavy lifting involved in preparing for Scottish Highland Games competitions. Just ask Kerry Overfelt about his training regimen.