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Ky. Henderson is one of the final three teams remaining in the American Legion state baseball tournament after pulling out a pair of wins on Saturday. The Rangers, who will play Danville at noon today in the finals of the loser's bracket, beat
Ky. Henderson County graduate Myles Scott had second thoughts about going to school so far away from home. After signing with Young Harris College in Georgia in November, Scott changed his mind and will take former Colonel teammate Dylan Bailey
Ky. Justin Hageman put an end to Henderson County's season with a five-hit shutout in a 6-0 win in the finals of the Second Region Tournament Friday night. The Tigers' hard-throwing righthander struck out 12 and retired 12 of the last 14 hitters he
Henderson County moved into the championship game of the Second Region Tournament for the fourth straight year, avenging two regular-season losses to Christian County with a 5-2 win Thursday night. Freshman Sam Higgs shook off a solo home run to the
Ky. Henderson County cruised into a semifinal showdown with rival Christian County with a 12-2 victory over Caldwell County Monday afternoon in the opening round of Second Region Tournament. Senior leadoff hitter Jordan Cessna led the Colonels'
Ky. Hits were at a premium in the often-delayed championship game of the Sixth District Tournament. Henderson County (28-9) managed only five hits against three Union County pitchers, but three of those hits were home runs as the Colonels avenged a
The Henderson County Colonels continued their torrid hitting on Tuesday night, cruising to a 14-0, five-inning victory over the Owensboro Red Devils. Myles Scott pitched a five-hitter for the victory as the Colonels (24-9) posted their first shutout
Ky. Beating Henderson County for the first time since 2005, Union County clinched the Sixth District's top seed with a 12-10 upset at Colonel Field on Tuesday. Both teams wrapped up regular season district play at 3-1, but the latest game serves as
Ky. Myles Scott belted a pair of two-run homers and Todd Shepherd launched a three-run shot Thursday, as the Henderson County Colonels rode the long ball to a 13-1 blowout of Webster County. The game ended after five innings because of the 10-run
Ky. Myles Scott shook off a rocky start to send Henderson County to its fourth straight win with a 5-2 victory over Calloway County Saturday morning. The Colonels (8-5) finished off their own Northern Spring Break Tournament with a 3-0 record.