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    Scoring only 12 points in the second half didn’t matter much to the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers on Thursday night.

    Not after the way they played in the first half.

    Buoyed by a 30-point second quarter, top-ranked Elizabethtown built a 50-15 halftime advantage on its way to a 62-32 victory over visiting Louisville Mercy at Charlie Rawlings Memorial Gymnasium.





    FORT KNOX — Top-12 results (finals) from Saturday’s Patton Invitational (all distances in yards):

    Team Results

    Combined (8 Teams)

    1. Fort Knox (FK) 504

    2. North Hardin (NH) 441

    4. Central Hardin (CH) 274



    Elizabethtown vs. Nelson County

    Elizabethtown Individuals

    John Rachlin 186-122

    Logan Metcalfe 154-89

    Kenneth Moore 178-124

    Caleb Terrance 128-124

    Eoin Langham 123-93

    Jackson Flood 105-78

    Darren Henry 97-78

    Eddie Ahmadrai 77-72

  • BOYS' PREP HOOPS: Meade...

    It was supposed to take the Meade County Green Wave some time to get acclimated with their football team making another deep run in the playoffs.

    The Green Wave, however, aren’t following that script.

    Meade County won its third straight game with a 57-41 victory Tuesday night over visiting Hancock County in the 11th District opener for both teams.

  • GIRLS' PREP HOOPS: Win over...

    Tuesday night might as well have been a moral loss for high-powered Elizabethtown instead of a 52-point home rout against one of the Lady Panthers’ chief 5th Region Tournament contenders.

  • PREP HOOPS ROUNDUP: Bruins win...

    Junior guard Tyler Woodrum hit four 3-pointers and scored 15 points, leading the visiting Central Hardin Bruins to a 60-48 win over Grayson County on Tuesday.

    Woodrum also had three assists and three steals for the Bruins (3-0), who won their third straight.

  • PREP BOYS' HOOPS: John...

    The John Hardin Bulldogs opened the season Tuesday night with their top player — junior guard Matt Miller — in street clothes, but they didn’t seem to miss a beat despite not having a single player who had started a varsity game.

  • BOYS' PREP HOOPS: John...

    Kermit the Frog sang, “It’s not easy being green,” and the John Hardin Bulldogs are going to find out if that’s true to start the 2014-15 season.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Mattingly named 6...

    Tim Mattingly ventured to Bowling Green this past weekend to pick up one coaching award, but he ended up leaving with two.

    Already named the Class 6-A, District 2 Coach of the Year several weeks ago, Mattingly was announced as the 6-A Coach of the Year on Saturday night before the state championship game at Western Kentucky University.