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Sometimes, when you see things through the eyes of a child it appears a lot bigger and bolder than it does through adult eyes.
After losing two matches at home Saturday, the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers got back into the swing of things by sweeping visiting 17th District rival Fort Knox on Monday night.
Call it the Central Hardin Curse or whatever you’d like, but the North Hardin Lady Trojans have very little luck when it comes to facing their 17th District rivals.
Gov. Matt Bevin and Kentucky Labor Cabinet Secretary Derrick Ramsey announced the launch last week of a new apprenticeship campaign: “Kentucky Trained. Kentucky Built.”
Merriam Webster defines a rival as one striving for a competitive advantage.
BOWLING GREEN – For one 5 minute and 31 second drive, Central Hardin looked flawless moving the football against the top-ranked Bowling Green Purples defense.
Coach Tim Mattingly doesn’t know what’s led to the untimely fumbles and interceptions costing Central Hardin the past two weeks.
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