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    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com RADCLIFF — Destiny Bramblett doesn’t like losing, much less to John Hardin. On Monday night, the North Hardin senior forward helped her Lady Trojans end a long losing streak and maintain their dominance over their 17th District rival. Bramblett scored a game-high 30 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lead the visiting Lady

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    By GREG CREWS

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    RADCLIFF — Coming into the season, North Hardin coach Ron Bevars wasn’t even sure Roosevelt Emerson would be a starter.

    “The first few days in the gym, Adam (Hendrix, a sophomore center) kicked his butt every day in practice,” Bevars said. “I was wondering how much more Roosevelt could take. Then he took it in a completely different direction.”

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    Father was better than son Monday night as coach Tommy Adams’ visiting Hart County Lady Raiders rolled to a 63-40 win over Carter Adams’ Central Hardin Lady Bruins.

    Tommy, a Sonora resident, is the longtime head coach of the Lady Raiders (11-6). Carter, his son, is in his first year as an assistant with the Lady Bruins (3-11).

    Central Hardin trailed by three points after the first quarter, but the Lady Raiders began to pull away by outscoring Central Hardin in the second quarter, 11-1.

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    BOWLING GREEN — Western Kentucky junior Steffphon Pettigrew is quickly earning a reputation for his rugged interior defense and he displayed why once again Monday night.

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    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com LEXINGTON — Kentucky freshman DeMarcus Cousins downplayed a play in the first half when he went for a loose ball and threw an elbow to the throat of Louisville sophomore Jared Swopshire. “Just going for a loose ball,” Cousins said. Cousins had a big impact on Kentucky’s 71-62 victory over Louisville on Saturday at

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    WRESTLING PREP SATURDAY’S EVENTS BRUIN DUALS CECILIA — Results from Saturday’s 12-team Bruin Duals at Central Hardin High School: TEAM RESULTS LaRue County (4-0) Def. Boone County, 78-6 Def. South Oldham, 70-10 Def. Union County, 36-23 Def. Louisville Moore, 70-6 North Hardin (3-1) Def. Louisville Fairdale, 66-15 Def. Louisville Moore, 48-23 Def. Boone C

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    The News-Enterprise The North Hardin Lady Trojans lost their sixth straight game and allowed a season-high 73 points in a 73-51 loss to Bowling Green on Saturday. With the loss, North Hardin (5-9) is guaranteed to have the most losses since the 2005-06 season. Bowling Green (9-2) won its fourth straight and improved to 2-0 against the 5th Region this season. The Lady Purples beat La

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    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com Nick Paden and the second-ranked LaRue County Hawks are riding high after knocking off ninth-ranked Union County on Saturday at the Central Hardin Bruin Duals. LaRue County beat Union County, 36-23 in the third round of the 12-team duals at Bruin Gym, and Paden feels the win will go a long way for the Hawks. “It’s always