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  • PREP FOOTBALL PREVIEW:...

    One definition of a leader on the football field involves doing everything within a player’s power to help the team succeed. For the Elizabethtown Panthers, the greatest act of leadership might have come last season from Jack Wilson.

  • PREP FOOTBALL PREVIEW: The...

    The Elizabethtown Panthers learned plenty in their first season under the legendary Mark Brown, finishing with a winning record and hosting a Class 3-A playoff game.

    However, Brown learned plenty himself, which he is hoping to put to good use in his sophomore season.

  • PREP FOOTBALL PREVIEW: The LaRue...

    Leaving Eastern Kentucky University to come back home, new LaRue County football coach Tony Hatmaker likes his record entering Friday night’s season opener at Danville, and it’s been so far, so good in his return to Hodgenville.

  • PREP FOOTBALL PREVIEW:...

    Go west, young man.

    The latest round of KHSAA football realignment shifted Elizabethtown and LaRue County to the west, moving them from Class 3-A, District 3 to District 2.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP: North...

    Freshman Katherine Kennedy had an impressive first showing for North Hardin (1-0), and senior Hailey Shelman and junior Rylee Windham combined for 22 kills in the Lady Trojans’ season opening 25-12, 23-25, 25-11, 25-19 victory over Louisville Doss on Monday night.

    Kennedy ended her night with 25 assists and three aces, while Shelman had 16 kills and eight aces.

  • BOYS' PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP:...

    DAVIESS COUNTY 4, NORTH HARDIN 0. The host Panthers (1-0) led by one at the half before pouring it on in the second half against the Trojans (0-1).

    North Hardin had seven shots, two on frame.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP...

    The John Hardin girls’ soccer team wasted little time picking up its first “W” of the 2015 campaign, winning 5-2 at LaRue County on Monday evening.

  • PREP GOLF ROUNDUP: Monday's...

    BOYS’ PREP: MONDAY’S SCORES

  • PREP FOOTBALL PREVIEW: North...

    Sometimes the smallest packages bear the best gifts. Nowhere might that be more true than North Hardin senior running back Taven Graves. He might not be the biggest player in the area, but his impact will be significant, quantified by yards and touchdowns.

  • PREP FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Young,...

    Stop me if you’ve heard this one: Three Eagles and a Colonel walk into a bar.

    Don’t worry, though – it’s not the start of another bad joke.

    But it is the alignment for Class 1-A, District 2, which features the Bethlehem Eagles, Campbellsville Eagles, Fort Knox Eagles and Caverna Colonels in a new four-team district.