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PREP BASEBALL ROUNDUP: John Hardin notches opening-day win (03/24)

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The News-Enterprise For Seth Dunn and the John Hardin Bulldogs, it’s better Glasgow than them. Dunn scored the winning run from third base on an error by Glasgow’s catcher, lifting the homestanding Bulldogs to a 4-3 win in both teams’ season openers on Monday. “It’s better than a loss,” John Hardin coach Adam Lindsey said. “It looked like something we might do by giving it away. It was just a costly error they didn’t have to make.” Cody Creamer went 3-for-4 with a run scored and Josh Braden singled twice, stole two bases and scored a run. Creamer picked up the win, allowing three hits, three earned runs and one walk in two innings. He struck out one. JOHN HARDIN 4, GLASGOW 3                                               R H E Glasgow            000   002    1    3 7 4 John Hardin       001   200    1    4 7 1 Glass, Copass (7) and Torey. Tyler Burnett, Cody Creamer (6) and Alex Dingle. WP: Creamer (1-0). LP: Copass. 2B: Glass (G). UP NEXT: John Hardin plays at 5th Region rival LaRue County at 5:30 p.m. Thursday. ELIZABETHTOWN 4, WARREN EAST 1. Jake Goodman struck out eight in 6 1/3 innings as the visiting Panthers won in their season opener. Goodman allowed two hits and one walk and left the game with a 4-0 lead. Chase Greenwell recorded the save. Greenwell hit a solo home run, while Jacob Rawlings singled twice and drove in a run. Micheal Thomas doubled and had an RBI. ELIZABETHTOWN 4, WARREN EAST 1                                               R H E Elizabethtown     000   220    0    4 7 2 Warren East       000   000    1    1 2 2 Jake Goodman, Chase Greenwell (7) and Micheal Thomas. Tooley, Price (5), Biggs (7) and Gross. WP: Goodman (1-0). LP: Tooley. 2B: Tooley (WE), Zach Riney (E), Thomas (E). HR: Greenwell (E). UP NEXT: Elizabethtown hosts 5th Region rival Campbellsville at 5:30 p.m. today. LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN 2, CENTRAL HARDIN 1. Homestanding Southern scored the game-winning run in the bottom of the sixth and held off the Bruins in both teams’ season openers. Houston Howlett tripled, scored a run and stole a base for Central Hardin, while Ryan Hays, Kyle Nichols and Daniel Linder each singled. Ryne Brashear (0-1) struck out four, but allowed one run and one hit in two innings. SOUTHERN 2, CENTRAL HARDIN 1                                               R H E Central Hardin    001   000    0    1 4 1 Southern           001   001     x    2 3 1 Cody Alvey, Ryne Brashear (5) and Russ Morse. Young and Fortwangler. WP: Young. LP: Brashear (0-1). 3B: Houston Howlett (CH). UP NEXT: Central Hardin hosts Glasgow at 6 p.m. today. WASHINGTON COUNTY 8, NORTH HARDIN 4. The homestanding Trojans led 3-1 after three innings before the Commanders rallied to tie it in the fourth and sixth innings. Washington County (1-0) scored four runs in the seventh for the win. Chris Chamberlain took the loss, allowing three runs in two innings. He struck out three. Levi Duncan homered and singled twice for the Trojans, while Mike Cable doubled and singled. WASHINGTON COUNTY 8, NORTH HARDIN 4                                               R H E Washington Co. 001   201    4    8 10 1 North Hardin      102   010    0    4 9 2 Smith and Simms. Levi Duncan, Chris Chamberlain (5), Tyler Perkins (7) and Jacob Coty. WP: Smith. LP: Chamberlain (0-1). 2B: Mudd (WC), Simms (WC), Mike Cable (NH), Francis Cordero (NH). HR: Duncan (NH). UP NEXT: North Hardin plays at region rival Bardstown at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. GRAYSON COUNTY 6, MEADE COUNTY 1. Justin Amburgey allowed four runs in five innings as the homestanding Green Wave (0-1) fell in their season opener. Brenton Smith tripled and scored a run, while Mikie DeRossett doubled and drove in a run. Amburgey singled and doubled. GRAYSON COUNTY 6, MEADE COUNTY 1                                               R H E Grayson County 201   010    2    6 9 0 Meade County    100   000    0    1 7 1 Mikey Scott and Alphanso Soto. Justin Amburgey, Zach Taulbee (6) and Sean Brotzge. WP: Scott. LP: Amburgey (0-1). 2B: Soto (GC) 2, Mikie DeRossett (MC), Amburgey (MC). 3B: Brenton Smith (MC). HR: Soto (GC). UP NEXT: Meade County plays at Shelby County at 5:30 p.m. today. NELSON COUNTY 11, FORT KNOX 1, 6 INNINGS. The visiting Eagles fell in Coach Roy Taylor’s debut. Scott Hubner took the loss, allowing four runs and three walks in two innings. He struck out two. Kyle Gramig singled twice, while Scott Heideman doubled and drove in a run for Fort Knox. NELSON COUNTY 11, FORT KNOX 1                                               R H E Fort Knox          000   100          1 5 3 Nelson County   312   122         11 6 0 Scott Hubner, Robert Gray (3), Brandon Zinman (5) and Charlie Davidson. A. Clowser and D. Broaddus. WP: Clowser. LP: Hubner (0-1). 2B: Scott Heideman (FK). UP NEXT: Fort Knox plays at 5th Region rival Washington County at 5:30 p.m. today.