I watched love in action

The Anderson County starting five gets ready for the start of the state tournament opener against Southwestern. From left are senior Tiffani Riley, juniors Amiya Jenkins and Jacie Chesser, and seniors Sophie Smith and Rachel Satterly. Anderson County girls lived by, won by the the most basic of all commands By John Herndon, 110forChrist.com As … Continue reading I watched love in action

Ready for Rupp

By John Herndon, 110forChrist.com I am ready. Ready for Rupp Arena. Ready for the Girls’ Sweet 16.  Or as it is officially known, the Mingua Beef Jerky Girls’ Sweet 16. I’m just glad to be planning on heading to Rupp for the girls’ state tournament after the year we have all endured. And it’s another … Continue reading Ready for Rupp

Special player, special person, special commitment

Anderson County's Tiffani Riley converts a run out against Collins during the 30th District Tournament. Anderson County's Tiffani Riley and teammates chase the state's biggest prize but she made a life-changing decision during stellar season By John Herndon, 110forChrist.com LAWRENCEBURG, Ky. -- The young eighth-grader had not played a varsity minute but she was making … Continue reading Special player, special person, special commitment

Thankful for the crazy normal of March

Shelby County's Brooklyn Patton goes flying over Spencer County's Mikayla Ennis in a scramble for a loose ball in Wednesday's 30th District semifinal game. Spencer prevailed, 47-38, in a hard-fought game. A year after our world was turned upside down, be grateful that March Madness has returned, even when it's different By John Herndon, 110forChrist.com … Continue reading Thankful for the crazy normal of March

THE UNSUNG HERO

While Henry County girls' basketball coach Jim Hook motions to his team's defense, his wife, Meg, sits directly behind him holding their 11-month old son, James. Henry County's girls' basketball team has tasted some success of late, but Coach Jim Hook says the one he admires the most sits behind his bench By John Herndon, … Continue reading THE UNSUNG HERO