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BOWLING GREEN – For one 5 minute and 31 second drive, Central Hardin looked flawless moving the football against the top-ranked Bowling Green Purples defense.
The Elizabethtown Panthers scored on the opening play of the game and piled it on from there, beating the Edmonson County Wildcats, 52-29 on Friday at the Elizabethtown Athletic Complex.
This is one weekend area cross country teams have had circled on their calendars.
Camron Gore believes the Fort Knox Eagles are a good football team.
There’s a scenario where the Elizabethtown Panthers head into tonight’s game with the Edmonson County Wildcats soaring with confidence.
Merriam Webster defines a rival as one striving for a competitive advantage.
Raiders both enter tonight’s game with losing records, but the road to this point has been very different.
The Meade County Lady Waves handed the host Elizabeth-town Lady Panthers their fourth loss in five matches Thursday, cruising in four sets, 25-16, 22-25, 25-21, 25-21.
North Hardin wasn’t about to watch a comeback Thursday night at the Elizabethtown Athletics Complex.
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