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  • SCORES AND SCHEDULES 3-6

    Scores

    Boys’ Basketball

    Friday

    5th Region semifinals

    at Hart Co.

    Taylor Co. 63, LaRue Co. 56 OT

    John Hardin 74, Marion Co. 55

     

    Saturday

    5th Region Championship

    at Hart Co.

    John Hardin 62, Taylor Co. 51

     

    Girls’ Basketball

    Wednesday

    5th Region tournament

    at Green Co.

    Bethlehem 58, Central Hardin 46

  • On the record with: Bethlehem...

    Bethlehem senior Eli Winkler is this week’s nominee for The Kentucky Standard/PLG-TV 13 Student-Athlete of the Week.

    Eli is a student ambassador on campus and carries a 3.5 GPA, while also participating in the school’s Interact Club. Winkler is a standout for the Eagles’ baseball team and produced a slash line last year of .417/.483/.592 while leading the squad in hits (43), triples (6), runs scored (27) and RBIs (22). He also pitched a team-high 54.1 innings last year with a 3.48 ERA and had an 88:27 strikeout to walk ratio.

  • GIRLS' 5th REGION...

    In a season that has seen the Bethlehem girls’ basketball program record a number of first-ever achievements, their victory over Caverna in Monday’s 5th Region semifinals was remarkable simply in that it “only” matched the Banshees’ historic high point.

  • SCORES AND SCHEDULES 3-6

    Scores

    Girls’ Basketball

    Wednesday

    5th Region tournament

    at Green Co.

    Bethlehem 58, Central Hardin 46

    Caverna 50, Taylor Co. 46

     

    Thursday

    5th Region tournament

    at Green Co.

    Elizabethtown 71, Hart Co. 21

    Marion Co. 66, Bardstown 63 2OT

     

    Monday

    5th Region Semifinals

    at Green Co.

    Bethlehem 64, Caverna 30

    Elizabethtown 60, Marion Co. 42

  • STRAIGHT ARROW: Lilly and Haylee...

    A week ago Saturday, Bonnie and I were keeping our two youngest granddaughters while Hannah, Eric and Beth went to Louisville for a robotics competition Hannah was in.

  • SOFTBALL: NC’s Morrow signs with...

    As coach Stan Hayes enters his second year of working to rebuild Nelson County softball, one of the key cornerstones he leans on is senior Hannah Morrow.

    “Fortunately we’ve got one more year” of Morrow being with the Cardinals, Hayes said. “She’s the backbone of the infield. She’s always talking, she’s always moving. She’s probably one of the best infielders in the region, in my opinion.”

  • GIRLS' 5th REGION...

    GREENSBURG — When the pairings were announced for the girls’ 5th Region Tournament, perhaps the most anticipated game of the entire tournament was Thursday’s first round game between Marion County and Bardstown.

    Coach Amber Courtney’s Tigers entered the game with a sparkling 25-5 record, while Kelly Wood’s Knights were 26-6, and both teams were considered legitimate contenders for the regional crown.

  • SCORES AND SCHEDULES 3-1

    Scores

    Boys’ Basketball

    Monday

    5th Region tournament

    at Hart Co.

    LaRue Co. 76. Washington Co. 53

    Taylor Co. 64, Central Hardin 53

     

    Tuesday

    5th Region tournament

    at Hart Co.

    Marion Co. 58, Bardstown 56

    John Hardin 87, Hart Co. 46

     

    Girls’ Basketball

    Saturday

    19th District Championship

    at Bethlehem

  • BOYS' 5th REGION...

    MUNFORDVILLE — Bardstown could not overcome a horrendous first half of shooting and saw their season come to an end the same way it began.

    Losing to Marion County.

    The Knights jumped out to a 17-point first half lead, but had to survive a remarkable Bardstown rally to advance to tonight’s semifinals at Hart County with 58-56 win on Tuesday.

  • GIRLS' 5th REGION...

    GREENSBURG — Ella Thompson served notice Wednesday that even if her teammates are having a rough game, opposing teams will still have to contend with her if they’re going to end Bethlehem’s best season ever. And that figures to make the Banshees a very tough out in the 5th Region tournament.

    “I don’t think she realizes how good she can actually be,” Bethlehem coach Jason Clark said. “She’s phenomenal, and she played well — really well — tonight.”