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  • STATE VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT:...

    Three months ago, Jeff Crady’s life seemed like it was in full swing.

    His wife, Melanie, had a baby on the way. He was prepping for fatherhood while helping out as a Central Hardin’s assistant volleyball coach. Life was busy but not too much of a sweat.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: E'town takes...

    Elizabethtown senior quarterback Kyle Todd remembers the sinking feeling as he watched the referees rule former teammate Mitchell Henry fumbled what would have been a first-down catch last season against the Glasgow Scotties.

    Henry, now a freshman at Western Kentucky University, appeared to have caught a pass from Todd at Glasgow’s 18-yard line, giving the Panthers a first down with less than 1 minute remaining at Doug Smith Memorial Stadium.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Lady Bruins...

    Central Hardin’s volleyball team has turned serving into an art form.

    The Lady Bruins don’t feature your typical serving methods.

  • GIRLS' SOCCER STATE...

    LOUISVILLECentral Hardin’s storybook season didn’t have a Cinderella type of ending. Instead, the Lady Bruins’ performance against the Louisville Sacred Heart Valkyries turned into a bit of a nightmare.

    The high-scoring Lady Bruins had a hard time mounting serious offensive attacks against the speedy Valkyries, who rode Hannah Hollenbach’s 51st minute goal to a 1-0 upset of Central Hardin on Tuesday night in the first round of the KHSAA Girls’ Soccer State Tournament at St. Xavier.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Hinkle resigns...

    When Tim Hinkle took over the Elizabethtown High School volleyball team in 2007, he had one goal in mind: keep the team’s winning tradition going.

    Hinkle did that and then some.

    He led Elizabethtown to its first appearance in the KHSAA State Volleyball Tournament in his first season – leading the Lady Panthers to the second round where they fell to Covington Notre Dame.

  • GIRLS' STATE SOCCER...

    Central Hardin Lady Bruins coach Hal Bender feels the Louisville Sacred Heart Valkyries are a mirror image of the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers.

    So to no surprise, the Lady Bruins are looking for a reflective result to their convincing 2-0 win over top-ranked Elizabethtown in last week’s 5th Region Girls’ Soccer Tournament final when the third-ranked Lady Bruins (21-2) and the No. 12 Valkyries (10-10-3) tangle in the first round of the state tournament at 7 tonight at Louisville St. Xavier.

  • GIRLS' STATE SOCCER...

    Savannah Haberman blames her physical fitness — or rather, lack thereof — for the reason she started playing goalkeeper as a travel-ball youngster.

    But thinking back about how she got thrown into a position she loves and shines at, the Central Hardin junior can only laugh.

  • GIRLS' STATE SOCCER...

    BARDSTOWN — The Central Hardin Lady Bruins ended Nelson County’s season last year by beating the Lady Cardinals on their own field for the 5th Region Girls’ Soccer Tournament championship.

    A year later, Nelson County wasn’t in the mood to hold a grudge. Instead, the school proved a most gracious host.

  • FOOTBALL FRIDAY UPDATE: North...

    North Hardin put Meade County’s recent prolific offensive attack back in place.

    The Trojans took away the Green Wave’s ability to run up the middle and without it they couldn’t develop any sort of consistent offensive attack.

  • FOOTBALL FRIDAY UPDATE: Central...

    Justin Brangers was the thorn in Nelson County’s side Friday night.

    The Central Hardin senior caught a touchdown pass and came up with two turnovers – on an interception and a muffed punt recovery – to help the host Bruins knock off their Class 6-A, District 2 rivals, 35-21 at Bruin Field.

    Central Hardin (6-3 overall, 1-1 district) took the lead for good seven plays after Brangers recovered the fumble. Senior Tyran Hopson scored from 1 yard out for a 21-14 lead with 11:30 left to play.