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Today's Sports

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    The LaRue County Hawks are coming off a humbling season.

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    The Fort Knox boys’ soccer team hasn’t had much continuity over the last seven years when it comes to head coaches.

    Since Joe Padilla in 2006-07, Fort Knox has had six head coaches in six seasons.

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    Eleven players returning would give any coach enough reasons to be excited about the upcoming season, but North Hardin Christian boys’ soccer coach Josh Hardin is more excited about the additions of three new players in eighth-grader Garrett Bowman, junior Nash Martin and senior older brother Brandt Martin.

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    Unless a team is winning a state championship, the end of a season always comes too soon.

    Meade County coach Matt Pollock especially felt that way last season after the Green Wave started playing their best ball in the postseason.

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    The Central Hardin Bruins’ 2013 campaign featured a storybook regular season with a not-so fairytale ending.

    After starting 18-0-2 but losing in the 17th District championship to John Hardin and then in the first round of the state tournament to North Oldham, the Bruins left a little unsatisfied.

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    John Hardin coach Alex Shearer is a firm believer that to make a deep postseason run, a team must have depth in order to overcome the bumps and bruises that occur during a long season.

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    North Hardin coach Jim Stone isn’t in a science lab, but he believes the Trojans have the right recipe for success this season.

    After taking a step back last season, going 10-12 a year after winning the 5th Region Tournament title, the Trojans are looking to rebound. Stone is optimistic they will from what he’s seen in the offseason.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER PREVIEW...

    LaRue County is trying to go 3-for-3.

    Having advanced to the Girls’ 5th Region Soccer Tournament in consecutive years — losing to Elizabethtown in the 2012 quarterfinals and falling to Bardstown in last year’s quarterfinals — the Lady Hawks are shooting for another postseason run past the 18th District Tournament.

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    When her Elizabeth-town teammates and the Lady Panthers’ opponents take the field with senior striker Dani Wilson, they could feel like they’ve been thrust right into some Miranda Lambert lyrics because they’re running with the Fastest Girl in Town.