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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.
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.
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.
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.
The Elizabethtown Panthers ended their district title drought last season when they won the Class 3-A, District 2 title in convincing fashion.
The Bethlehem Eagles have a lot of talent to replace in the trenches, but they’re still the favorites in Class 1-A, Distict 2.
The John Hardin Bulldogs’ fast start to the new season continued with another victory Thursday in the Kentuckiana Cup.
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