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Elizabethtown junior T.J. Dugan waited three years for the moment that came Saturday afternoon.
The school itself has been waiting seven times longer.
BARDSTOWN — Blow for blow, Meade County and LaRue County battled it out like Ali and Liston.
CARLISLE — The North Hardin Trojans showed all the classic signs of team which had a 10-day layoff.
BARDSTOWN — The Elizabethtown Panthers fell right into the trap set by the Bardstown Tigers.
Down by two with 16 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, John Hardin coach Jared McCurry drew up a play that he felt would knot Friday’s contest against Grayson County.
FRANKFORT — The Elizabethtown Lady Panthers raced out to a fast start, but the Franklin County Lady Flyers proved its not how a team starts but finishes that counts.
The John Hardin Lady Bulldogs can sniff the postseason fast approaching.
LEXINGTON — Four years ago as a wide-eyed freshman, Central Hardin bowler Jessica Bates saw potential in a young program just two years into its existence.
Four years ago as a wide-eyed freshman, Central Hardin bowler Jessica Bates saw potential in a young program just two years into existence.
The scoreboard may have read 64-60 in favor of John Hardin at the final whistle against Grayson County on Friday evening, but Coach Jared McCurry certainly wasn’t ready to celebrate.
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