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Starting off the season with a win was important for the North Hardin Trojans, but the way they did it might have been more significant.
The Elizabethtown Panthers got back to their winning ways, and quieted any doubters, with a 41-6 victory against the visiting Marion County Knights on Friday.
Ethan Miller can play any position on the offensive line for Meade County. The only question is where that will be come Friday night.
When Dillon Swank was a seventh-grader at T.K. Stone, he had visions of being the next Tim Tebow. Swank admits it was a long shot, but he liked the feeling of running over would-be tacklers.
Jack Breunig doesn’t like to play the what-if game.
Nor does the Elizabethtown cross country coach look back and question why something happened the way it did.
Best-selling author Denise Grover Swank will discuss “One Paris Summer,” a new young adult novel, at 6 p.m. tonight at the Barr Memorial Library at Fort Knox.
Tim Mattingly isn’t a fan of the term rebuilding. He’s not too thrilled with the term reloading, either.
Elizabethtown senior Chase Bridges doesn’t strike fear into opponents with his size, but he might with his quickness.
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