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  • PREP BASKETBALL OPINION: What...

    Break out those No. 2 pencils, it’s exam time.

    With a month of the prep basketball season behind us, what have we learned after the first semester?

    On the girls’ side, this was supposed to be a so-called down year for the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers. After losing superstar Alex Jones as well as Dorian Downs, Terra Lucas and Jasmine Deaderick, the Lady Panthers weren’t the cream of the 5th Region for the first time in years.

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    The News-Enterprise Sophomores Cheaney Schwartz and Bo Wilson hit a combined seven 3-pointers, but the homestanding Meade County Green Wave fell to Floyd (Ind.) Central, 61-52 on Tuesday. Schwartz, a forward, led Meade County (2-10) with 17 points, six rebounds and two blocks and hit 3-of-4 3-pointers. Wilson, a guard, had 14 points and three assists and hit 4-of-7 from lon

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    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com RADCLIFF — It took some time for the North Hardin Trojans to get into gear Tuesday night, but once they got out of neutral, it spelled trouble for the Central Hardin Bruins. After falling behind 7-0 and prompting North Hardin coach Ron Bevars to call a 30-second timeout, the Trojans stormed back with a 26-3 run en route to

  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Playing at...

    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com BOWLING GREEN — Riley Benock doesn’t get home during the college basketball season much, so Monday night was a homecoming of sorts for the former Meade County standout. Benock, a Mississippi State junior, stood around talking to family and friends for a long time following the Bulldogs’ 55-52 loss to the Western

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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

    gcrews@thenewsenterprise.com

    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.