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Today's Sports

  • New guidelines focus on health...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    As football season approaches and teams hit the practice fields in the middle of summer, the one subject on everyone’s mind this summer is that of safety. The death of PRP football player Max Gilpin last August has brought about new guidelines to ensure the well-being of high school athletes across Kentucky.

  • SCC Celebrity Golf Scramble

    The 19th annual St. Catharine College Celebrity Golf Scramble will be held Saturday, Aug. 8 at Lincoln Homestead Golf Course.

    The annual tournament provides scholarship assistance to SCC students in need.

    For more information or to sign-up, call (859) 336-5082, ext. 1370, or send an email to golftournament@sccky.edu.

     

  • Youth athletes recognized at...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    Now that the fury of summer youth leagues at Idle Hour Park has settled down, it was time to recognize all of this year’s participants as well as those who excelled on the field at the annual youth league awards presentation Monday night.

    Savannah Goff received the sportsmanship award for girls, while the boys’ sportsmanship trophy went to Justin Shelton.

  • Heart of Kentucky Cornhole...

    The Heart of Kentucky Cornhole Classic will be held Saturday, Aug. 1, at Johnston Field at Centre Square in Lebanon.

    The first 64 paid entries will be accepted for the double-elimination tournament. This will be a sanctioned event by the American Cornhole Organization.

    All players will receive a t-shirt, hat, koozie and raffle ticket for prizes to be given away.

    More than 100 teams competed in 2008.

    For more information, please contact Ray Osbourne at (270) 402-7828 or rosborne@murakami-usa.com.

  • From Left Field

    Bobby, Arnold, Jack, Tiger and Jimmie?

  • Golfers hit the links to...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    This year’s theme for Springfield’s annual African-American Heritage Festival is celebrating “firsts”. So what better way is there to kick off the event than by hosting the first African-American Heritage Golf Scramble?

    Golfers from near and far gathered at Lincoln Homestead Golf Course early Saturday morning to tee-off despite an early morning drizzle that disappeared by the time of the shotgun start.

  • Junior golfers play for free at...

    Junior golfers age 18 and under play for free with an accompanying adult paying the regular price green fee at Lincoln Homestead Golf Course in Springfield. The promotion ends July 31. For more information, contact the golf course at (859) 336-7461.

  • Youth League Awards Night

    Idle Hour Park will be the scene for youth league awards night Monday, July 27 at 6 p.m.

     

  • Heritage Classic Golf Scramble

    The First Heritage Classic Golf Scramble will take place Saturday, July 25 at Lincoln Homestead Golf Course with a shotgun start at 9 a.m.

    Maximum team handicaps are 36 for men and 40 for women. Prizes will be awarded for top finishers.

    Deadline for signups is July 17.

    Any persons or teams interested in participating should contact Nell Haydon at (859) 336-5412, ext. 2, John Ellery at (859) 805-0314 or Issac Frye at (859) 749-2570.

     

  • District crown slips away from 9...

    By Jimmie Earls

    Sun Sports Writer

    Despite a strong pitching performance by Michael Chastain, the Washington County 9-10-year-old all-stars fell 5-2 to Campbellsville in the Kentucky Little League District 5 championship game last Tuesday.

    The game started off even through the first two innings as each team held the other scoreless.

    Washington County struck first with a two-out, two-run rally in the top of the third to go ahead 2-0.