Freshman Ella Scherer fired an even par 36 Monday to earn medalist honors at Lincoln Trail Golf Course as North Hardin defeated Meade County, 161-175.

Riley Burks and Gabrielle Childers each shot 41, Holly Hale 43 and Hailey Coleman 44 for the Lady Trojans.

Avery Shacklette paced the Lady Waves with a 41. Haley English shot 42, Mimi Honaker 44, Peyton Bradley 48 and Jenna Pike 54.

North Hardin’s Cole Logsdon and Meade County’s Cooper Crump and Owen Honaker shared medalist honors with 38s as the Green Wave topped the Trojans, 162-175.

Brooks Nelson carded a 42, Cole Corley and Garren Waters a 44 and Grant Bevin a 46 for Meade County.

Charlie Vowels had a 41, Adonis Cornwell 46, Zach Sheetz 51, Nathan Lee 55 and Zach Hawkins 59 for the Trojans.

ELIZABETHTOWN 179, GRAYSON COUNTY 187. Elizabethtown’s Hendrix Thomas and Grayson County’s Grant Manion each shot 42 to share medalist honors at Elizabethtown Country Club.

For the Panthers, Tyler Todd shot 43, Noah Cruze 46, Ahren Wharton 48 and Matthew Dyer 55.

Jackson May and Landon Skees each shot 44 and Griffin Chino 57 for the Cougars. The Lady Cougars defeated the Lady Panthers, 208-245.


NORTH HARDIN 10, THOMAS NELSON 0. Sophomore Kiarra Loggins scored four times and assisted four more times as the Lady Trojans opened their season on the road and in style.

Louisa Garcia contributed two goals and an assist, Kamryn Mcfayden two goals, Arianna Brown a goal and an assist, Madison Parker a goal and Aly Mahon and Tyiesha Wilson an assist each.

The final goal came with about 12 minutes left in the game.

Keeper Riley Thompson made six saves.

North Hardin (1-0) welcomes Taylor County at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.

JOHN HARDIN 5, FRANKLIN-SIMPSON 1. The Lady Bulldogs opened their season with an impressive home victory.

Senior midfielder Kylie Croley recorded a hat trick and delivered an assist. Melissa Wiley contributed two assists and a goal and Alexis Witherspoon a goal. Kaitlyn Rowlett and Maryam Atiyani each added an assist.

John Hardin (1-0) entertains Marion County at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

BARDSTOWN 4. ELIZABETHTOWN 3. The Lady Tigers scored the first three goals in the second half for a 4-1 lead and held on for the victory.

“It was a great test for both teams right out of the gate,” Lady Panthers coach Pat Black said. “It was back-and-forth action at the end.”

Bardstown scored on a penality kick nine minutes into the game. Elizabethtown answered on a Josie Kremzar goal via an Ann Bell assist.

The Lady Tigers scored 3½ minutes into the second half and then at the 58th and 62nd minutes.

Elizabethtown’s Ella Durbin scored in the 64th minute from Rori Campbell and Durbin scored again seven minutes later from Bell.

Ashley Kerr finished with eight saves for the Lady Panthers, who were without an injured Gabby Garcia.

Elizabethtown (0-1) visits South Warren at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.

MEADE COUNTY 4, PLEASURE RIDGE PARK 0. Sophomore Cyia Robertson scored a pair of goals as the Lady Waves won on the road.

Seniors Braydin Board and Brandie Madden also scored, while senior Amanda Thornsberry totaled a pair of assists. Grace Mattingly had one.

Senior Keeper Elizabeth Burns made one save.

Meade County (1-0) welcomes Breckinridge County at 6 p.m. Wednesday.

BUTLER 8, FORT KNOX 2. The Lady Eagles dropped their opener on the road.

Cora Hahn scored both goals, while Amy Kreil earned an assist.

Fort Knox (0-1) visits Nelson County at 6 p.m. Wednesday.


NORTH HARDIN CHRISTIAN DEF. CORNERSTONE CHRISTIAN 25-20, 16-25, 25-19. The Lady Falcons opened the season on the road and they were led by 27 digs and four kills from senior Maddie McPeek. Senior Julia Allen added 14 digs and senior Rylee Washer 16 digs and eight kills. Junior Abby Siekman contributed 10 assists, eight digs and five kills. sophomore Faith Clanton 17 digs, seven aces, four assists and two kills and sophomore Lauren Thompson nine kills, five digs and five assists.

North Hardin Christian (1-0) plays Friday and Saturday at the Clash of the Titans tournament at Trinity Christian.

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