Area Sports

Boys Soccer Make Top 10 in State

Raiders make selves known in state   Specail to the News-Herald   The Hart County soccer team is still on a roll, after playing Tuesday night at Campbellsville for their first district matchup of the season. The team came prepared, and Brayden Bell opened play with the first goal within six minutes of the start.…

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State Bound

Two Edmonson golfers have qualified for All A State tournament action on Sept. 8 in Richmond.  Emma Booker and Nathan Oliver will be competing against the top golfers in the state.  This is the first time for both to get the opportunity to go to this tournament.  Edmonson County High School Head Coach Ed Nunnalee said the…

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Rex Chapman Visits

Written by: Scotty Dennis Rex Chapman Visits Caverna High School On Tuesday, September 04, Caverna High School welcomed a former UK basketball elitist and retired NBA player, Rex Chapman. Being native to our home state of Kentucky, born in Bowling Green and raised in Owensboro, Rex is not clueless where Kentucky’s athleticism potentials are. Rex joined…

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State tourney runner-ups

Persistence and hard work have paid off for a baseball team in Edmonson County. The Edmonson County 8U All-Stars have captured a big win in tournament play. The tournament was held in Clarkson from July 6-8. There were six teams competing for the 8U Coach Pitch Ky State Tournament title.   Head Coach Eddie Atkins added,…

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Green River Road Race results

WALK: 1.  Nathan Whittinghill 1:16:06 2.  Rae Ann Kirby        1:31:55 3.  Betty Kirby             1:36:00 4.  Carl Kell                 1:45:35 RUN: 1. Jordan Green         29:47 2.  Brian Collins         31:45 3.  Belle Thomas       33.27 4.  David Ennis          35.41 5.  David Haynes       36.34 6.  Parker Smith        38.08 7.  Terry Young          38.10 8.  Brad Sullivan        40.50…

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2018 BCYBA Spring Baseball Ends with a Successful Season

The Butler County Youth Baseball Association (BCYBA) just ended their third season under the Cal Ripken/Babe Ruth Organization.  This year was very successful and BCYBA is appreciative of all the support of many local businesses, organizations and volunteer hours from families and volunteers. The regular spring season included approximately 140 children (ages 4-12 years-old) representing…

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TRADITIONS RICHER THAN RICH: GHS honors former athletes

By Sam Terry Managing Editor Jobe Publishing, Inc. While the halls of Glasgow High School aren’t as familiar as the ones they walked during their school years, ten outstanding alumni athletes found themselves honored in displays on the walls of the school. Upon further examination, they found that while the building is different, Scottie traditions…

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COACH SAM ROYSE: Best day at the ballpark

By Sam Terry Managing Editor Last Friday, Glasgow resident Sam Royse had his best day ever at the ball field he’s been playing on for most of his life – John E. Richardson Ballpark at Gorin Park. He’s played it as a Little League kid, a high school athlete, and he’s coached his team at…

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Time for a Jamboree

With a beautiful Saturday finally appearing at almost the end of April, the Edmonson County Softball and Baseball league was able to have their Jamboree at the HWY 70 park. Festivities started at 8:30 a.m. with recognition of two former outstanding championship teams.   The season has been underway for a week but that didn’t make…

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Seniors sign for soccer

Seniors sign for soccer Rayna Glass Rayna.glass@jpinews.com   Monday, March 5 marked an important day for two senior Lady Raiders preparing for life after high school. Mary Kate Dennis and Natalie Poynter both signed to continue their academic and athletic careers with the women’s soccer program at Brescia University. “I’m extremely proud of all they…

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