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In a battle of contrasting styles, the Elizabethtown Panthers shot the lights out from outside and the host Fort Knox Eagles rarely missed a shot near the basket Monday.
What better way to decide a rivalry game than with an overtime thriller?
There was a sign Friday night at Ron Bevars Gymnasium that read: “Get you popcorn we’re about to put on a show.”
It could be moving day in the boys’ 17th District race tonight with two pivotal games.
The North Hardin Trojans lost the lead and then lost their composure down the stretch Saturday night in Central Hardin’s Bluegrass Cellular New Year’s Eve Classic.
For the third time in a row, the Elizabethtown Panthers played to a one-possession game. For the first time, they came up short.
The LaRue County Hawks were short-handed Saturday afternoon and it turned out not to be good.
Elizabethtown senior forward Taylor Thomas scored 21 points and the Lady Panthers led wire-to-wire in a 73-45 victory at Lexington Henry Clay on Saturday.
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