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The Elizabethtown Panthers ended their district title drought last season when they won the Class 3-A, District 2 title in convincing fashion.
The first Friday night of the season is special every football season. Each team begins with a blank sheet free to write its own script.
Coaches don’t have to look far to find the Class 5-A, District 2 favorite when one considers the defending champion resides in the district.
Central Hardin hasn’t lost a district game since the 2014 playoffs, a 30-8 loss to Meade County in the Class 6-A quarterfinals.
The Grayson County Cougars enjoyed one of the program’s best seasons in 2014. They went 9-3 and won the regular-season district championship.
Meade County coach Larry Mofield knows the Green Wave need to hold teams to fewer points this season. But that’s not entirely the defense’s fault.
Matt Underwood believes it’s time for a change.
Bookings at the Hardin County Detention Center from 5 p.m. Wednesday through 5 p.m. Thursday.
Fort Knox senior Kaylon Luster insists this season will be different for the Eagles.
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