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John Hardin coach Chad Lewis never has been satisfied with a loss, but he wasn’t as unhappy as one might expect after Friday night’s 35-17 setback at Bulldog Stadium.
The North Hardin Trojans have a flair for the dramatic. Following their 27-12 win against Elizabethtown on Friday, it seems they prefer it that way.
In a new era for the Green County Lady Dragons, junior libero Breea Kirkpatrick and the LaRue County Lady Hawks weren’t exactly sure what to expect from their 18th District rivals.
Meade County kept its unbeaten start going for another night – and locked up the No. 1 seed for the 11th District Tournament in the process.
North Hardin coach Brent Thompson has spent the previous four years trying to change the culture around the program, and the Trojans have seemed to turn the corner this season.
The Hardin County Cup remained in the same place it has been: Elizabethtown.
Elizabethtown swept the Hardin County Cup again this season.
Leading up to last Saturday’s Central Kentucky Run for the Gold, Sarah Been didn’t get to spend much time training with Elizabethtown’s cross country team.
The little things continue to hamper the Fort Knox Eagles.
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