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The culture surrounding the Elizabethtown football team is different these days.
There were many themes that could be applied to the Central Hardin football team’s 2015 season.
Central Hardin’s locker room wasn’t filled with a negative atmosphere following the Bruins’ 50-0 loss to Louisville Male on Friday evening.
Two names were the most evident as Louisville Male’s biggest offensive threats through 13 games.
Going up against an undefeated Louisville Male team could have been compared to climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro for the Central Hardin football team.
Central Hardin coach Tim Mattingly preached an offensive game plan all week heading into Friday’s Class 6-A semifinal game against Louisville Male.
It is often said that it’s easier to endure a blowout than it is a nail-biter from the losing perspective.
The Elizabethtown Panthers found themselves in unfamiliar territory Friday night, and they needed something to turn it around.
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