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    Not many teams in the area, region and even the state are blessed with the speed that the John Hardin Lady Bulldogs possess.

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    CECILIA — Results from Tuesday's meet at Central Hardin High School:



      1. North Hardin (NH)         187 Points

      2. Fort Knox (FK)                        110


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    Junior Jake Wilson hit a grand slam and senior Bo Wilson had a three-run homer as host Meade County rallied past 11th District rival Hancock County on Wednesday, 12-7.

    The homers ignited the comeback after the Green Wave (16-5 overall, 3-0 district) had fallen behind by two runs going to the bottom of the sixth.

    Junior Kaleb Lancaster had a single, double and two RBIs, while senior Andrew Zabel had a single and triple for Meade County, which won for the sixth time in seven games.

  • PREP TRACK: Jenkins hurdles into...

    Over the last several weeks, Tamara Jenkins has simply been on fire.

    The North Hardin junior has ascended in the Class 3-A state rankings in each of her four events and is projected to finish on the medal podium in every event at the state meet later this month.

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  • PREP SOFTBALL: Goedde gives Lady...

    Frustrated with her recent lack of hitting power, Abbi Goedde found a way to bomb herself out of her slump.

  • PREP TRACK: North sweeps...

    Make it sweet 16 for the North Hardin Lady Trojans.

    North Hardin won seven individual championships and one relay Tuesday as they rolled to their 16th straight Lincoln Trail Heartland Conference team title at Central Hardin.

    The Lady Trojans easily topped Fort Knox, 187-110.

    “It’s a great thing,” said North Hardin coach John Russell. “We constantly talk about how this starts the postseason. We want to keep getting better every week.”

    The Lady Trojans were pretty good Tuesday.

  • PREP BASEBALL: Central cruises...

    The predicted rains never fell Tuesday evening, and neither did Central Hardin’s reign.

    Central Hardin used 12 hits and 10 walks to cruise past the Elizabethtown Panthers, 11-3 at Ron Myers Field to lock up the 17th District Tournament’s No. 1 seed for the third consecutive year.

    The Bruins (19-6 overall, 7-0 district) ran their winning streak against district foes to 24. The Bruins haven’t lost a district game since a 5-3 setback against Elizabethtown on April 20, 2010, which is their only district loss the last three years.