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    Sophomore guard Morgan Turner and senior post Maya Luney each had a double-double as the homestanding Meade County Lady Waves won their fourth straight game as they beat South Oldham, 50-34 on Thursday.

    Turner had 17 points, 10 rebounds and three assists for the Lady Waves (15-8), while Luney had 10 points and 11 rebounds.

    Junior guard Raley Johnson chipped in with 12 points and seven rebounds for Meade County, which led 26-19 before outscoring South Oldham by 13 in the third quarter.

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    In a match earlier this season, Trea Wills let his emotions get the best of him.

    Wills and Franklin County senior Roderick Ageyman were both disqualified from a 132-pound match at the Lexington Lafayette Invitational when they got into a scuffle.

    First-year North Hardin coach Joe Burroughs, obviously, was upset with his sen-ior. He knew Wills would be aggressive against Ageyman, but not that to extent.

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    After 23 years, 476 wins, five State Duals championships and countless other achievements, one coach’s legendary career is quickly coming to a close.

    LaRue County’s Gary Canter is retiring at season’s end, and the longtime coach and his family were honored prior to Wednesday’s dual against Oldham County.

    The usually reserved Canter couldn’t help but get a little teary eyed walking onto the mat with his family – wife D.J., son Caleb and daughter Hannah – by his side as fans and former wrestlers gave him a standing ovation.


    Last season, the John Hardin Bulldogs boys’ bowling team was able to count on their Lady Bulldog counterparts to root them on at State.

    That won’t be happening again next week. Because instead of playing the role of cheerleaders, the Lady Bulldogs will be competitors after they earned their first State berth by finishing second to Taylor County in the 2nd Region team tournament Tuesday at Dix-E-Town Lanes.


    The John Hardin Bulldogs boys’ bowling team made history and earned the respect of the region’s top team during Tuesday’s 2nd Region team tournament at Dix-E-Town Lanes.

    John Hardin became the first area team to earn a repeat state tournament trip by placing second to Taylor County for the second straight year.

    The Bulldogs showed they quickly have closed the gap on Taylor County, playing the Cardinals in the seeding qualifier within 43 pins (1,152-1,109).


    Senior guard Troy Squires led four players in double figures with 17 points as the visiting Central Hardin Bruins topped 17th District rival Fort Knox, 63-46 on Tuesday.

    Squires also had four assists and two steals for Central Hardin (9-10, 4-4 district), which will be the No. 3 seed in the district tournament. Senior guard Andy Kerr chipped in with 12 points, two assists and two steals, while senior forward Cody Elmore had 11 points and two assists.

    Senior guard Alex Crowder added 10 points, six rebounds and five steals.


    When John Hardin coach Mark Wells called a timeout less than a minute into the second half, he challenged his team to start playing with more effort and energy.

    John Hardin senior point guard Brandon Price heard Wells’ message loud and clear even though he said it shouldn’t have come to that.


    After being the bridesmaid a couple of times, Taylor County junior Megan Hedgespeth was finally a bowling bride Monday afternoon.

    Having finished second last year in both the 2nd Region Tournament in Campbellsville and the KHSAA State Tournament in Louisville, Hedgespeth earned some redemption Monday when she dominated the 28-player girls’ individual division of the region tournament at Dix-E-town Lanes.

    Hedgespeth entered the eight-player semifinals with a 151-pin lead and finished the semifinals with a 147-pin hold on the No. 1 seed.

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    Even when qualifying for the four-player boys’ stepladder playoffs looked dire Monday afternoon at Dix-E-Town Lanes, North Hardin senior Kawika Glover never lost hope during the 2nd Region Bowling Tournament.

    Sitting next to last entering the eight-player two-game semifinals, Glover finally caught fire with a 255 in the opener – third-highest in the 100 total boys’ games. He followed it up with a 178 to earn the No. 3 seed, and more importantly, 1-of-4 spots in next week’s state tournament in Louisville.


    Junior wing Zacchea Small had a double-double and senior center Michelle Montgomery neared one as the John Hardin Lady Bulldogs topped 5th Region foe Green County, 54-45 on Monday.

    Small led John Hardin (18-6) with 15 points, 11 rebounds and four steals, while Montgomery chipped in with 15 points and eight rebounds.

    Junior guard Tajah Haley added 14 points, five steals and three assists, while junior wing Nawdya Fletcher had six points, three assists and three steals.