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Today's Sports

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL...

    Senior Chanel Roberts recorded her fourth straight double-double in leading the North Hardin Lady Trojans to a lopsided win over 17th District foe Fort Knox on Friday night.

    Roberts had 19 points, 11 rebounds, four steals and three assists as the Lady Trojans routed the Lady Eagles, 73-17 at Ron Bevars Gymnasium.

    Freshman Tamiah Stanford added 16 points, three assists, three steals and one rebound for North Hardin (3-1, 1-0 district), which won its third straight.

  • BOYS' PREP BASKETBALL...

    After blowing one double-digit lead, Andy Kerr and the Central Hardin Bruins were in no mood for déjà vu Friday night.

    A senior point guard, Kerr scored all 13 of his points in the final 6:52 as the Bruins beat the poor-shooting Elizabethtown Panthers, 63-56 at Charlie Rawlings Memorial Gymnasium in both teams’ 17th District opener.

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    BARDSTOWN — John Hardin senior Brandon Price had seen enough and he had a simple message during a timeout. Trailing the Bardstown Tigers by 12 with 5 minutes left, Price told his teammates it was time to go to work.

    The Bulldogs took Price’s message to heart. With Price and junior guard Patrick Anderson leading the attack, John Hardin closed the game on a 24-7 run to rally for a 76-71 victory in a rematch of last season’s 5th Region Tournament championship.

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    MUNFORDVILLE – LaRue County junior forward Ivy Brown was on a mission Friday night and sent the Hart County Lady Raiders a message.

  • PREP SWIMMING: E'town,...

    Elizabethtown coach Mavi Sampaio, Fort Knox coach Jonas Sosa and Meade County coach Andy Mills are letting swimmers have a little fun after last weekend’s intense Patton Invitational. 

  • BOYS' PREP BASKETBALL:...

    Elizabethtown and Central Hardin kick off their 17th District seasons at 7:30 tonight when the Panthers and Bruins meet at E'town High's Charles Rawlings Memorial Gymnasium.

    Elizabethtown (1-1) has won five of the last seven meetings, including both games last year.

    But it’s the Bruins (2-1) who are coming in with all the momentum.

  • PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: John...

    Down 17 points with 3:14 left in the third quarter Thursday night, the host John Hardin Lady Bulldogs rallied past the Adair County Lady Indians for their second straight win.

    Trailing 54-37, John Hardin outscored Adair County by 20 points the rest of the way en route to a 71-68 win. A 14-0 run spanning the third and fourth quarters got the Lady Bulldogs (3-1) back in it.

    Junior Tajah Haley scored 14 of her team-high 16 points in the second half, while junior Zacchea Small chipped in with 15 points, seven rebounds and five assists.

  • PREP WRESTLING: Banged-up Hawks...

    One week into the season, the fifth-ranked LaRue County Hawks are already a banged-up bunch.

    And they’ll be without one of their most experienced and talented wrestlers for at least a few weeks.

    Senior Caleb Canter, who’s ranked No. 1 at 170 pounds by kentuckywrestling.com, injured one of his knees during last Saturday’s Oldham County Super Duals. Longtime coach Gary Canter said his son will miss at least two weeks.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL:...

    As senior Chanel Roberts goes for her fourth straight double-double tonight, the North Hardin Lady Trojans will look to extend their lengthy winning streak over 17th District rival Fort Knox.

    North Hardin (2-1) has reeled off 20 straight wins in the series – but the Lady Trojans were the last district team the Lady Eagles (1-2) beat.

    Fort Knox topped North Hardin, 55-52 on Dec. 13, 2002 – a span of 96 district games.

  • PREP BASKETBALL OPINION: A few...

    The basketball season is less than two weeks old, but there are a few surprises after the first few games.

    Surprise No. 1: The play of John Hardin junior guard Patrick Anderson, who played in the Class 5-A state semifinals the Friday after Thanksgiving to starting the Bulldogs’ first game eight days later.