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LEXINGTON — The Central Hardin Lady Bruins are state champions.
The LaRue County Hawks used to be one of the most feared and loathed wrestling programs in the state.
Elizabethtown’s Donnie Swiney and Franklin County’s Joey Thacker are coaches cut from the same cloth.
Gavin Root and Trevon Cooper both got a second chance Saturday night and they took advantage of it.
A barrage of early 3-pointers threatened to put them away, but the Elizabethtown Panthers hung tight until the final minutes against the Bardstown Tigers on Friday.
Junior guard Tyler Durbin scored 15 points and junior forward Darius Harding had a double-double as Elizabethtown held on to knock off host Warren East, 55-53 on Saturday.
The Central Hardin Lady Bruins got back above .500 with a 38-31 win over Louisville Assumption on Saturday night.
Turnovers and allowing points in transition doomed the fourth-ranked Elizabethtown Lady Panthers on Friday night.
A borage of early 3-pointers threatened to put them away, but the Elizabethtown Panthers hung tight until the final minutes against the Bardstown Tigers on Friday.
The swimming and diving season has all built to today, when area teams will begin competition in the region meet.
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