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Trailing by one on the road with 6:44 to go in the second quarter Tuesday night, John Hardin changed its press and the Bulldogs re-examined their defensive effort.
Then, they made it one long night for 17th District rival Fort Knox.
Spurred by a 19-0 run in the second quarter and an 18-0 spurt in the third, the Bulldogs rolled to a 102-50 win. John Hardin forced 24 turnovers as it changed its press – going from a zone trap, to a 1-3-1 and a handful of other looks.
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