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  • PREP FOOTBALL: John Hardin'...

    John Hardin begins every practice the same way each day. It might be a small part of the game, but the Bulldogs realize how valuable special teams can be.

    Recent weeks have proved that.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: 'A...

    The Central Hardin Bruins know their win earlier this season over Meade County wasn’t a fluke.

    Now they want to prove it to everyone else.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Scott keeps Meade...

    Tim Mattingly leaving to take over as head coach of the rival Central Hardin Bruins reverberated through the ranks at Meade County.

    Mattingly had built the Green Wave into one of the state’s top defenses in 2013, when Meade County gave up 10.6 points and 163.8 yards per game en route to the Class 6-A title game.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: John Hardin,...

    The Region 2 championship pairing between John Hardin and Louisville Iroquois might be the most unlikely in the Class 5-A playoffs.

  • PREP FOOTBALL OPINION: Round 1...

    Well, of course it’s going to come down to the Central Hardin Bruins and Meade County Green Wave.

    Would it have made sense any other way?

    That Koree Krupinski would find Zach Helton for a miraculous touchdown in the final seconds to lift the Bruins to an unlikely win over Lexington Bryan Station.

  • PREP SOFTBALL: Central Hardin...

    When she made her college commitment more than a year ago, Kelsey McGuffin walked upstairs with tears in her eyes and let her parents, Troy and Marilyn, know she was going to be a Western Kentucky Hilltopper.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Bruins keep...

    It’s the kind of situation quarterbacks dream of — less than a minute and a half to play, 64 yards to the end zone and a six-point deficit staring them in the face.

    But Koree Krupinski didn’t feel the pressure. Rather, he felt confident knowing the game — and his team’s season — was in his hands.

  • FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL UPDATE:...

    It’s the kind of situation every quarterback dreams of — less than a minute and a half to play, 64 yards to the end zone and a six-point deficit staring him in the face.

    But Koree Krupinski didn’t feel the pressure. Rather, he felt confident knowing the game — and his team’s season — was in his hands.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Green Wave shock...

    GEORGETOWN — His defense faced with a fourth-and-2 at its own 18-yard line Friday night, Meade County senior John Wilson couldn’t help but have flashbacks to last season’s 21-14 loss to Scott County in the Class 6-A state title game.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Turnovers spark...

    LEITCHFIELD — It wasn’t always pretty for the John Hardin Bulldogs, but it didn’t have to be.

    Not with the way John Hardin’s defense played.