Central Hardin defeated 17th District foe John Hardin, 4-0 during a long Tuesday evening.

Seth Luckett opened the scoring 15 minutes in off a pass from Jack Martin. Dan Torres made it 2-0 thanks to a Jordan Allen dish.

Kyle Wilcox scored from Xander Allen after a lightning delay for 3-0 lead.

“Overall, a long and tough night dealing with heat and lightning in the area,” Bruins coach Justin Maddock said. “It was nice to get a good, team win against a district team. It was a true team effort tonight and we needed one of those.

“We created a lot of chances tonight due to ball movement. It’s not time to work more and recover for North on Thursday.”

Michael Mensch scored the final goal for the Bruins, getting the assist from Blake Kingman.

“I am proud to coach a team who does not give up,” Bulldogs first-year coach Kevin Stafford said. “We will use tonight’s game as fuel to keep progressing in the right direction.”

Central Hardin (5-5-2, 3-1) welcomes North Hardin (0-9-1, 0-3) at 7 p.m. Thursday.

John Hardin (5-6, 2-2) has lost three in a row and welcomes Fort Knox (0-8, 0-4) at 6 p.m. Thursday.

ELIZABETHTOWN 10, FORT KNOX 0. The Panthers (8-3-1) moved to 5-0 in 17th District games and visits Henry Clay (7-0-2) at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

Travis Haley made seven saves and Kohlton Reardon five saves for Fort Knox (0-8, 0-4), which visits John Hardin (5-6, 2-2) at 6 p.m. Thursday.

LARUE COUNTY 2, CASEY COUNTY 0. The Hawks snapped a seven-game losing streak as Caleb Altman and Jorge Martinez scored the goals. They had been shut out in three straight games.

LaRue County (2-7) plays at the Barren County Trojan Classic Friday and Saturday. It takes on Ohio County at 5:30 p.m. Friday.

SOUTH OLDHAM 2, NORTH HARDIN 1. The Trojans continued their tough start to the season as the visiting Dragons opened a 2-0 lead and held on for the win.

Cole Logsdon scored for North Hardin off a corner kick from younger brother Cayden Logsdon with 18 minutes left in the game. Brayden LaRue made four saves and Thomas Keen did not make a save.

The Trojans (0-9-1) visit Central Hardin (5-5-2) at 7 p.m. Thursday.


ELIZABETHTOWN DEF. NORTH HARDIN 25-16, 25-15, 25-20. Lady Panthers coach Bart Catlett earned his 200th win as his squad starts the season with 16 straight victories.

Sydney Clark led the offensive attack with 18 assists, 10 kills, six blocks, three digs and two aces.

Elizabeth Godfrey added nine kills, nine digs, four aces and four blocks, Ellie Taylor six kills, three blocks and three digs, Presley Payne 16 digs, M.E. Hargan five kills and nine digs, Grace Filburn eight assists and Jada Porter three kills.

North Hardin (5-10, 1-3) hosts Nelson County (3-7) at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

Elizabethtown (16-0, 3-0) welcomes Thomas Nelson (9-3) at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

CENTRAL HARDIN DEF. WASHINGTON COUNTY 28-30, 25-15, 25-7, 25-18. The Lady Bruins came back strong after dropping the first set to win for the fifth time in a row.

Central Hardin (15-3) has a week off before visiting Elizabethtown at 7:30 p.m. next Tuesday.

FORT KNOX DEF. LOU. WESTERN 25-8, 25-5. The Lady Eagles won their first match of the season.

Fort Knox (1-11) visits Campbellsville tonight at 7.

TRINITY CHRISTIAN ACADEMY DEF. NORTH HARDIN CHRISTIAN 25-21, 25-9. Senior Julia Allen had nine digs and sophomore Faith Clanton 12 digs and four assists for the Lady Falcons. Senior Maddie McPeek added five kills and four digs, senior Rylee Washer six digs and three kills, junior Abby Siekman four digs and four assists and sophomore Lauren Thompson seven kills, four digs and three assists.

NHC (9-3) plays at Somerset Christian School at 6:30 p.m. Friday.


TEAMS SPLIT. The Central Hardin and Meade County teams split their matches Tuesday at Elizabethtown Country Club.

Allan Lockwood shot his second straight 3-under 33 for the Bruins, but the Green Wave won the match, 164-166.

Owen Honaker led Meade County with a 39. Cooper Crump and Cole Corley each shot 41, Garren Waters 43, Brooks Nelson 44 and Seth Arnold 57.

Brady Reynolds carded a 43 for Central Hardin. Chris Baker shot 44, Gabe Graham 46, Tanner Hess 52 and Caleb Young 54.

The Lady Bruins edged the Lady Waves, 170-171, despite an even-par 36 from Meade County’s Hailey English.

Katie Gray shot 39 to lead Central Hardin. Marlee Toothaker shot 41, Paige Gray 43, Jessie Gonterman 47, Tessa Martin 50 and Hannah Pence 53.

For Meade County, Mimi Honaker fired a 44, Avery Shacklette a 45 and Jenna Pike a 46.

LARUE, MARION SPLIT. LaRue County won the boys’ match, 168-178 and Marion County the girls’ match, 207-250 at LaRue County Golf Course.

Tanner Lasley and Chase Childress each carded 40s to lead the Hawks, while Haedyn Wolford, Jagger McBride and Curtis Ford each had 44s. Jameson LaRue shot 47, Aiden Brown 58 and Heath Thompson 62.

For the Knights, Spencer Riggs shot 43, Eli Nelson 44, Harry VanWhy 45, Lucas Ross 46, Allen May 47, Brady Hutchins 48, Jacobi Summers 56 and Chase Miles 58.

Mallory Williams paced the Lady Hawks with a 52, while Carris Ford shot 58 and Lydia Becker and Billee Peace each had a 70.

Ava Spalding shot 41 for Marion County. Aubri Osborne had a 54, Maddie Wiser 55, Maddie Spalding 57 and Kaye Piekarski 61.

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