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The Meade County Lady Waves earned their biggest win of the season to this point Saturday, holding on for a 75-71 win over visiting 11th District nemesis Breckinridge County.
Tim Mudd stopped for a brief moment Friday night, and surveyed the crowd assembled in the commons area at Elizabethtown High School.
The Elizabethtown Panthers came out flat against the top team in the 5th Region, losing 79-52 to visiting Adair County on Saturday.
North Hardin senior James Pitre didn’t have a first half to remember Friday night, but he made the second half one to forget for the John Hardin Bulldogs.
Since dropping their second game of the season at Nelson County on Dec. 6, the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers have been on quite the roll.
HORSE CAVE – The LaRue County Hawks remain undefeated and untested after a dominant win at Caverna on Friday.
The Hawks finished with a flurry and beat the Colonels, 93-72.
HORSE CAVE – The LaRue County Lady Hawks got going from deep and shot their way past the host Caverna Lady Colonels, 82-60 on Friday.
On a night when they honored former coach Tim Mudd, the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers used a dominant first half run to handily beat another 17th District rival.
The North Hardin Trojans got off to a slow start, but it’s more important how a team finishes than it starts.
The host John Hardin Lady Bulldogs extended their longest unbeaten streak to begin a season against Bullitt Central on Thursday.
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