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Faces and Places: Fan frenzy

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John Hardin football fans kept team spirit alive Friday

By Neal Cardin

The John Hardin Bulldogs traveled to Lawrenceburg on Friday night to take on the Anderson County Bearcats for the Class 5-A, Region 2 Championship. A large crowd of fans, both students and adults, made the trip up the Bluegrass Parkway to cheer on the Dawgs as they vied for their third straight region title. Here are a few photos of the faithful who braved cold, damp weather to cheer the Bulldogs to victory.


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