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On the warm-up shirts of the Central Hardin Bruins and painted on the wall leading to their locker room at Bruin Gym are the initials DYJ.
E’Lona White isn’t one to care about her own stats, instead putting her team’s success above her own.
The fifth-ranked Elizabethtown Lady Panthers pushed their winning streak to 12 over the weekend, picking up wins over Breckinridge County and Russell County.
COLUMBIA — The LaRue County Hawks were two matches away from a chance at picking up their sixth Kentucky Wrestling Coaches Association State Duals title Saturday.
LaRue County junior Sara Warren could tell her breakout game was coming. In practice Thursday, and during the shoot-around before playing the Caverna Lady Colonels, she couldn’t miss.
A big start by junior Shane King and a big finish by freshman Mark Goode helped guarantee the LaRue County Hawks the No. 1 seed in the Boys’ 18th District Basketball Tournament.
Despite their best efforts, the John Hardin Bulldogs spent much of the week focusing on their game against Bullitt East on Saturday.
A night after an 11-point loss, the Bardstown Tigers showed no signs of an emotional hangover Saturday evening.
The Central Hardin Bruins might have put together their best 28 minutes of the season, but they will have a hard time remembering that.
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