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At the beginning of the season, the consensus was the 17th District could be much more wide open than in recent years.
Perennial area powers Elizabethtown and Central Hardin lost significant pieces, while North Hardin and John Hardin each returned the core of their teams.
But after eight district matches, the top-seeded Lady Panthers (24-10) and second-seeded Lady Bruins (25-9) have once again separated themselves from the pack and are the clear-cut favorites heading into district tournament, which begins today and runs through Wednesday at Fort Knox.
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