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The Elizabethtown Panthers didn’t get the same big plays on the ground they have in recent weeks, but they still put up points in a 35-10 win over the Caldwell County Tigers on Friday.
Before the season, few on the team believed a repeat region championship for the Elizabethtown Panthers was possible. Everyone came around eventually.
SHELBYVILLE — The John Hardin Bulldogs gained a measure of revenge Friday night, and they did it in impressive fashion.
Against the high-powered offense of the Caldwell County Tigers, the Elizabethtown Panthers’ defense will need all the big plays it can get.
The John Hardin Bulldogs have a lot of words to describe last year’s 44-14 loss to Shelby County in the Class 4-A, Region 2 championship, and none of them are good.
The Elizabethtown Panthers are hoping to duplicate last year’s region championship win, without having to go through the same stress.
Senior R.J. Mooring has been an enigma during his John Hardin career.
Surrounded by friends, family, teammates and coaches, Central Hardin senior Aubree Muse turned her dream into reality Wednesday.
To say John Hardin senior Robert Shorter’s season hasn’t gone the way he expected would be an understatement.
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