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  • PREP BASEBALL: North Hardin...

    The North Hardin Trojans hadn’t had much success against the Elizabethtown Panthers lately, so they weren’t going to allow one bad inning Tuesday night to derail an opportunity to snap the long losing streak.

    North Hardin jumped out to an 8-0 lead only to watch the Panthers rally for seven runs in the fifth, but senior Andrew Boyles slammed the door on the comeback bid, tossing two perfect innings to secure the Trojans’ 8-7 victory in a 17th District game at James R. Aldridge Field.

  • GIRLS' PREP GOLF: North...

    It was the Monday qualifying round for the 2005 Women’s State Amateur Championship at Shelbyville Country Club when Elizabethtown’s Kim Hartlage had her first encounter with Lydia Gumm.

    Hartlage was a group ahead of Gumm and had just finished play on a challenging par-three hole when an 11-year-old lefty surprised her by knocking her drive within 5 feet of the pin.

  • PREP TENNIS ROUNDUP: Monday...

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  • PREP SOFTBALL ROUNDUP: Central...

    It was a powerful display Monday for the eighth-ranked Central Hardin Lady Bruins.

    Visiting Central Hardin scored 10 runs in the first inning, hit four home runs and routed Nelson County, 14-0 in five innings.

  • PREP BASEBALL ROUNDUP:...

    Powered by senior Derek Westerfield, the second-ranked Central Hardin Bruins won their second straight game Monday.

    Westerfield had three hits, including a double, and three RBIs to lead the host Bruins to a 9-2 win over Nelson County.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Catlett new man...

    Bart Catlett has been around the Elizabethtown High School volleyball team for more than a decade. 

    He’s served in plenty of roles for the Lady Panthers – from assistant coach to individual instructor to offseason teacher – during that time span.

    Now, the 41-year-old is going to be involved with the program in one more way – as its main man.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL:...

    The Central Hardin girls’ basketball program is undergoing another coaching change as Demond Thomas resigned Monday after one season with the Lady Bruins.

    Thomas led the Lady Bruins to a 9-21 record, but more importantly, he created a buzz around the program that was sorely missing since legendary coach Terry Buckles retired following the 2008-09 season.

  • PREP BASEBALL: Central favored...

    The Central Hardin Bruins accomplished something last season that hadn’t been done in at least a decade, and it’s a streak local coaches believe could continue.

    The Bruins went a perfect 10-0 against 17th District teams. According to the KHSAA website, no 17th District team went undefeated in the regular season and postseason going back to 2002. On their way to an unbeaten mark against district teams, the Bruins won their third consecutive district title, the first time a team has done that since Elizabethtown (1999-2001).

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Jaggers resigns...

    North Hardin High School football coach Crad Jaggers didn’t want to make a snap decision after last season, so he did some soul searching for months whether to return to the sidelines this year.

    It wasn’t until assistant coach Brent Thompson handed him a wristband with the slogan All In – the same one Auburn University during its national championship season two years ago – on it that he realized what he needed to do.

  • PREP SOFTBALL/BASEBALL ROUNDUP:...

    The News-Enterprise

    Fourth-ranked Louisville Mercy limited Central Hardin to just four singles as the Jaguars, coached by Central Hardin graduate Josh Bloomer, shut out the eighth-ranked Lady Bruins, 6-0 on Saturday in the TSOA Tournament final at Meade County.

    Wesley Edwards led Central Hardin (5-2) with two hits, while Abbi Goedde and Brianna Blair each had one hit.

    April Pence (4-1) took the loss, striking out five, walking two and allowing nine hits.