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Today's Sports

  • PREP BASKETBALL OPINION: Players...

    If what has transpired the last week after boys’ basketball games is not troubling to you, it should be.

    After three 17th District games in four days, there were dustups during the traditional postgame handshakes. One is one too many, but three in four days? Really? This is disturbing to me as a fan of the game.

  • PREP BASKETBALL: Friday's...

    John Hardin escaped with another tight win Friday night.

    The Bulldogs have survived three thrilling victories in the past week.

    Senior guard Malcolm Foster and sophomore guard Brandon Price scored 15 points each, while junior center Hunter Holloway added 14 points and five rebounds to lift John Hardin to a 68-65 win over visiting Grayson County.

  • PREP BASKETBALL: Saturday's...

    The host Muhlenberg County Mustangs improved to 7-1 in their last eight games with a 65-56 win over the Central Hardin Bruins on Saturday night.

    Central Hardin (9-10) lost for the second time in as many days.

    Senior guard Matt Nichols paced the Bruins with 18 points and eight rebounds, while junior guard Cody Crim hit 4-of-5 3-pointers and finished with 12 points.

    Junior forward Andrew Kinney scored 10 points.

    MUHLENBERG COUNTY 65, CENTRAL HARDIN 56

  • PREP CROSS COUNTRY: Stewart...

    After months of being recruited by the University of Arkansas and Wake Forest University, North Hardin senior Andrew Stewart figured it was best to stick closer to home.

    Arguably one of the top mid-distance runners in the state, Stewart signed a national letter of intent Friday afternoon in the North Hardin High School library to compete on the track and cross country teams at the University of Louisville.

  • PREP GIRLS' BASKETBALL:...

    North Hardin coach James Slaven has begged Chanel Roberts to take charge for weeks.

    With the Lady Trojans’ top guard stuck on the bench in first-half foul trouble, the sophomore forward finally followed through.

  • PREP GIRLS' BASKETBALL:...

    Elizabethtown’s grueling week finally came to an end.

    Three road games in three days. So much for that challenge presenting any problem.  

  • PREP BOYS' BASKETBALL:...

    With Fort Knox in a 2-3 zone, the Elizabethown Panthers took advantage.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL:...

    LEBANON Adelaide Luckett and the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers didn’t look much like a team in a rut Thursday night. Instead, they looked very much like a region tournament contender.

    A senior forward, Luckett posted 14 points and 11 rebounds and senior guard Natalie Greenwell scored a game-high 21 points as the fourth-ranked Lady Panthers earned a 55-46 road win against the eighth-ranked and defending 5th Region Tournament champion Marion County Lady Knights.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL...

    Freshman guard Ivy Brown scored 20 points and eighth-grade guard Alexis Brewer had 19 as the homestanding LaRue County Lady Hawks knocked off Breckinridge County, 59-50 on Thursday night.

    Brown also had seven rebounds and three steals, while Brewer had two assists.

    Junior guard Nancy Howell added eight points and senior forward Lyndsay Whitlock scored six for the Lady Hawks (19-3), who led 25-11 after the first quarter en route to their second straight win.

    LARUE COUNTY 59, BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY 50

  • PREP WRESTLING: House willing to...

    In the eyes of North Hardin wrestling coach Keith Smith, junior heavyweight Aaron House made the ultimate sacrifice last season.

    House evolved into one of the state’s top 215-pound wrestlers – he was ranked 13th in his class entering the last two weeks of the regular season. That left his older brother, Steven, in limbo when he wanted to drop from 285 because he felt he was better suited for 215.