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Hornet Preview

By Editor | November 26, 2023

By T.J. Morgan Freelance Sports Writer   There will be a lot of new Hornet faces on the floor this year for Metcalfe County. After graduating five seniors, including two of the 4th region’s best, minutes and scoring will be coming from a young group of Hornets. While Metcalfe might not be a 16th district…

Hornet qualifies for state

By Editor | September 25, 2023

The Metcalfe golf team competed in the region tournament at Indian Hills Golf Course in Bowling Green last Tuesday. The Hornets finished sixth out of 16 teams in the region. Metcalfe’s number one, Ben Shirley, shot a state tournament qualifying 78. Ben is the first Hornet to qualify for the state tournament in twenty years. Ben…

Softball Season Recap

By Editor | September 25, 2023

The Metcalfe County Middle School softball team wrapped up their season by finishing third in the district tournament. The girls concluded the season with a 2-9 record, playing their best softball as the season finished. Sixth grader Rory Bragg pitched every inning (45.2) for the Lady Hornets. Rory gave up 30 earned runs on 55…

Metcalfe Falls in Double Overtime

By Editor | September 25, 2023

Metcalfe County Football traveled to Casey County Friday night to take on the Casey County Rebels. Trailing 14-6 late in the fourth quarter, Byron Kirkland-Lundy ran a Rebel kickoff back for a touchdown. C.T. Branstetter followed up the touchdown with a successful two-point conversion to tie the game 14-14. Metcalfe’s defense stood strong, keeping the…

MCMS Hornets Softball Takes Third

By Editor | September 20, 2023

By: T.J. Morgan The Metcalfe County Middle School softball team traveled to Cumberland County Friday night for the 16th district tournament. The Lady Hornets played Cumberland County in their first matchup. The Lady Panthers would jump out to an early lead 8-1 lead, but the Lady Hornets would fight back, falling just short 8-11. Rory…

Hornet Hot Streak Continues

By Editor | September 19, 2023

Metcalfe Golf team after winning the 16th district golf championship -Kruz Tucker, Noah Emmitt, Collin Shive, Ben Shirley, Kailin Birge, and Coach Matt Reed. Picture courtesy of Metcalfe County Schools By: T.J. Morgan Freelance Sports Writer Metcalfe traveled to Hidden Hills in Tompkinsville last Tuesday for the 16th district golf tournament. Led by Collin Shive…

Eighth Grade Night Victory

By Editor | September 14, 2023

By T.J. Morgan Freelance Sports Writer   Metcalfe County Middle School Softball hosted the Monroe County Falcons last Tuesday for eighth-grade night. Metcalfe’s three eighth graders, Morgan Avery, Avery Harlow, and Alma Shirley were honored pregame. The game would be the third matchup between Metcalfe and Monroe this season, with the Lady Hornets looking to…

Metcalfe Claims Conference

By Editor | September 14, 2023

By T.J. Morgan Freelance Sports Writer   The Metcalfe Golf team participated in the conference tournament Thursday at The Pines in Adair County. The boys turned in a team score 159, claiming first place out of eight teams. Noah Emmitt and Collin Shive turned in team best 38s, with Kruz Tucker (40) and Ben Shirey…

Metcalfe Golf Reaches Home Stretch

By Editor | September 5, 2023

By T.J. Morgan Freelance Sports Writer   Metcalfe Golf returned home Monday to Summer Shade for a match with Allen County. Teeing off against the Patriots with home course advantage, the Hornets looked to reestablish their victorious ways. Being led by Ben Shirley, a young Hornet golf team showed incredible potential early in the season.…

Hornets Begins to Swarm

By Editor | September 1, 2023

By T.J. Morgan Freelance Sports Writer   Coming off a 34-20 victory over Edmonson County (0-2), Metcalfe (1-1) faces the tall task of taking on the Campbellsville Eagles (2-0). Campbellsville defeated Owen County (0-2) 54-0 on opening night, then defeated Casey County (1-1) 35-6 last Friday night. Campbellsville has the makings of a well-rounded team,…




Boswell chosen as chairperson

By Editor | December 5, 2023

Short agenda, a lot of questions

By Editor | December 5, 2023


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MC Fiscal Court

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