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Today's Sports

  • GIRLS' 10TH DISTRICT SOCCER...

    After Lauren Norton torched John Hardin for four goals in a regular season road win, the third-seeded Lady Bulldogs figured they’d key on the Central Hardin standout senior striker when they hosted the second-seeded Lady Bruins again Tuesday in the Girls’ 10th District Soccer Tournament semifinals.

    What they didn’t figure on was a big scoring night from one of the state’s leaders … in assists.

  • GIRLS' 10TH DISTRICT SOCCER...

    The Elizabethtown Lady Panthers remember the shame, disappointment, anger and frustration they felt last year after their run of nine consecutive Girls’ 5th Region Soccer Tournament titles and eight straight 10th District titles came to an end with a shocking 1-0 loss to John Hardin in the district tournament semifinals.

    Well, the area’s former queen might not be back on her throne just yet, but she’s at least back in the castle after a dominating performance Tuesday night in this year’s district tournament semifinals at John Hardin.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER: LaRue...

    BARDSTOWN — The host Bardstown Bethlehem Banshees scored three goals in the second half to pull away from the LaRue County Lady Hawks, 5-0 in the quarterfinals of the Girls’ 9th District Soccer Tournament on Monday night.

    LaRue County finishes the season 7-8-4.

    The Lady Hawks set a school record for wins and will have to replace seniors Misty England, Mariah Higdon, Nancy Howell, Paige Nalley and Megan Smith.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: LaRue moves...

    It may have taken them 28 matches to do so, but the LaRue County Lady Hawks have found a rotation they’re comfortable in.

    It couldn’t have come at a better time after the Lady Hawks struggled to win 10 matches before knocking off Nelson County in their regular-season finale last week.

  • 17TH DISTRICT VOLLEYBALL...

    There was no surprise from Fort Knox in the 17th District Volleyball Tournament this year.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Bulldogs meet...

    Not a single word needs to be said in the John Hardin football locker room this week. The Bulldogs realize what’s at stake – which is plenty – this week.

    The Bulldogs travel to face arch rival North Hardin at 7:30 p.m. Friday in a Class 5-A, District 3 game at Ray Story Stadium. The rivalry was born in 2003 and has continued to build. It will reach a new level this year as the teams are district foes once again.

  • BOYS' 10TH DISTRICT...

    With John Hardin on its heels, Russ Mott got the fourth-seeded Bulldogs back on their feet, even though he isn’t very confident in one of his own.

    Awaiting a pass from senior Chris Wilk, Mott buried his right-footed shot in the final 5 minutes to all but do in the fifth-seeded Elizabethtown Panthers in a 3-1 win in Monday night’s late quarterfinal of the Boys’ 10th District Soccer Tournament at Central Hardin.

  • BOYS' 10TH DISTRICT SOCCER...

    Midway through the first half of Monday night’s opening quarterfinal of the Boys’ 10th District Soccer Tournament at Central Hardin, Meade County coach Matt Pollock approached the midfield line, kneeled and questioned his third-seeded Green Wave.

    “How many chances are we going to get, guys?” Pollock asked before quickly adding, “And how many of them are we going to waste?”

    The answers, unless he was being rhetorical or sarcastic, were a whole lot and quite a few.

  • BOYS' 10TH DISTRICT SOCCER...

    This week’s Boys’ 10th District Soccer Tournament at Central Hardin is a lot like the Kentucky Lottery – somebody’s gonna win, might as well be you.

    But who is that you?

  • GIRLS' 10TH DISTRICT SOCCER...

    North Hardin showed free can still be valuable in the Girls’ 10th District Soccer Tournament’s first quarterfinal Sunday at John Hardin.

    The fifth-seeded Lady Trojans cashed in on a pair of free kicks to upset the fourth-seeded Meade County Lady Waves, 2-0.

    “We’ve been concentrating on corner kicks and other set pieces and it finally paid off. It’s just that it took all year,” said North Hardin coach Hayley Yourous.