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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.
The John Hardin Lady Bulldogs led by six before the visiting Fort Knox Lady Eagles attempted a shot and built it from there, winning 78-14 on Friday.
During halftime at Meade County, John Hardin coach Jared McCurry came back to the court, but the Bulldogs remained in the locker room until there were 6 seconds left before returning.
When asked how many shots he missed, John Hardin senior Devonta Guillory hesitated a few seconds before offering up a guess.
What better way to decide a rivalry game than with an overtime thriller?
When the John Hardin Bulldogs started attacking the basket, they finally started to pull away from the Meade County Green Wave.
The snow is falling and temperatures are dropping, but the boys’ basketball action in the 17th and 18th Districts is starting to heat up, starting with three games tonight.
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