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Berneil Cecil and the Elizabethtown Panthers heard all the pundits who said they didn’t stand a chance against the North Oldham Mustangs.
In a matchup pitting the fifth-ranked team in Class 3-A against the fifth-ranked team in 4-A, the Panthers weren’t a trendy pick to knock off the Mustangs.
The John Hardin Bulldogs didn’t play mistake-free football, but what they did do was make the plays when it mattered most.
John Hardin junior halfback Korie Cleveland’s 3-yard touchdown run gave the Bulldogs a 33-29 lead, and junior Cameron Doss intercepted a pass with 2:03 remaining to seal the victory.
That wasn’t the number of penalties both teams had in the first two quarters or the number of times teams changed possession before halftime.
It was the total number of yards gained by Central Hardin’s offense in the first half against Bullitt East on Friday night.
PRINCETON - North Hardin twice rallied from two-touchdown deficits, including once in the second half Friday night before falling at Caldwell County, 49-35.
Fort Knox senior Andre Yarbrough came up with one of the biggest tackles of his career Friday night.
With visiting Trimble County driving inside the red zone and time running out, Yarbrough made a tackle at the 5-yard line to preserve the Eagles’ 14-6 win at McAdams Field.
It’s one step forward, two steps back for the LaRue County Hawks.
A week after picking up Coach Tony Hatmaker’s first win at his alma mater, the Hawks regressed about in Friday’s 47-8 loss to Class 3-A, District 2 foe Adair County.
Edmonson County wasted no time running away with its Week 3 matchup against Grayson County, downing the Cougars, 43-7 and taking the Battle for the Tobacco Stick.
The North Hardin Trojans use their offense to set the tone, but it’s the defense which is closing wins out.
The Trojans posted their third consecutive shutout, a 1-0 victory over the Central Hardin Bruins in a 17th District game Thursday evening.
North Hardin junior Miguel Luna has noticed a difference this week with how the Trojans have handled practice, and that’s a good thing.
Schools are always trying to get a competitive edge it seems like. But there’s a difference between competitive edge and breaking the rules.
The KHSAA has handed down sanctions to Bell County and Taylor County high schools for violations of Bylaw 23, which is the limitation of seasons.
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