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HARDIN COUNTY CUP: DAY 3
ELIZABETHTOWN — Results from the final day of the Hardin County Cup at the par-36, 3,226-yard Elizabethtown Country Club:
Parker Haynes 35
Wes Irwin 41
Garrett Valentine 41
Spencer Jury 42
Bo O’Brien has wanted to host a vintage tennis tournament for a few years now, having seen how successful the event has been in cities all across the United States.
Following a few years in the works, O’Brien and the Elizabethtown Tennis Commission are bringing a vintage tennis tournament to the Freeman Lake Park Tennis Complex.
The 21st-ranked Elizabethtown Lady Panthers tuned up for their showdown with No. 3 Lexington Catholic by dominating 17th District foe Fort Knox, 10-0 on Monday.
Junior midfielder Paige Palalay led the way with three goals and one assist, while freshman midfielder Renea Garcia and sophomore midfielder Courtney Brangers each scored twice.
Contests between North Hardin and John Hardin aren’t won easily.
It is a rivalry, after all.
Last season, the Lady Trojans took a game on their home field on a controversial goal that resulted in a 1-0 win. Later in the season, North Hardin would emerge victorious by two scores.
Andrew Minnis has been a menace to opposing teams this season.
A scoring menace, that is.
The sensational John Hardin sophomore forward has scored 22 goals in nine games, giving him 45 in two seasons.
So what’s been the secret to his success?
With the 2015 volleyball season at the halfway mark, plenty of area teams have found early success. Here’s how the schools have done thus far:
The goalkeeper position is one typically dominated by a player with a combination of veteran leadership and pristine athletic ability.
Recently around Hardin County, though, a few squads have trudged through the season with a different plan at the position, whether it was intended or not.
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