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A trio of local electrical workers recently returned from visiting a community with no electricity.
Nolin RECC employees Vince Heuser, Tommy Sullivan and Chad Denney voluntarily embraced a trip to Haiti — what all three described as “the opportunity of a lifetime.”
North Hardin senior Thomas Kimble struck out 11 of the 29 Fort Knox hitters he faced, leading the host Trojans to a 6-3 win in a 17th District game at James R. Aldridge Field.
Kimble scattered three runs, three walks and two hits as the Trojans (11-10, 2-3 district) won for the fifth time in six games.
The way 17th District rivals John Hardin and North Hardin started Wednesday’s game couldn’t have been more different.
In search of a slump-busting win, the Bulldogs touched North Hardin starter Travis Smiley for three runs in the top of the first at James R. Aldridge Field.
BOYS’ PREP: SATURDAY’S SCORES
Central Hardin junior Christian Wright wanted to see if he could meet the qualifying standard for the Dream Mile, which pits the top 1 mile runners in the state against each other in one race.
BOYS' PREP: WEDNESDAY’S SCORES
Central Hardin 4, Meade County 1
Daniel McMillen (CH) def. Jake Beavin (MC), 7-6 (7-3), 6-1
Chase Barnes (CH) def. Parker Bradley (MC), 6-3, 6-4
Tyler Jackson (MC) def. Will Bybee (CH), 6-2, 6-1
North Hardin senior Trevor Vandermolen hit a go-ahead RBI double, sparking the Trojans to an 11-8 win in eight innings over homestanding Louisville Fern Creek on Saturday.
Author Julie Kagawa will discuss and sign her latest book, “Talon,” at 6 p.m. Thursday at Barr Memorial Library at Fort Knox.
She also is the author of the “Iron Fey” series and the “Blood of Eden” series. “Blood of Eden” is in development as a film.
Kelsey McGuffin always is a team player.
The Central Hardin High School senior and softball shortstop is getting every experience she can to help others before starting college in the fall.
Kelsey has been playing softball since she was 5-years-old.
“It’s basically been my life,” she said.
Although there were six other teams, the inaugural Bulldog Classic came down to two from the area as tournament host John Hardin knocked off 17th District rival Fort Knox on Saturday night, 11-8.
John Hardin went 5-1 in the two-day softball tournament to move to 11-5. Fort Knox went 4-2 to even its record at 8-8.
It was the teams’ third meeting this season.
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