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  • THE RECRUITING GAME: Meade...

    It’s been a hectic summer for Meade County senior Morgan Turner.

    Not only has she been busy playing AAU ball, but her longtime coach, Josh Hurt, resigned and took a job closer to home — meaning Turner and her teammates have had to get used to a new coach and new system.

  • THE RECRUITING GAME:...

    With an exciting season on the horizon for the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers basketball team, Darien Huff wants to make sure she can relax and enjoy it.

  • THE RECRUITING GAME:...

    Reauna Cleaver is determined to help the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers conquer Kentucky in her senior season — but then playing her college basketball outside the state.

    The 6-foot-2 center narrowed her list to Florida Atlantic, Louisiana Tech, Oklahoma and Ole Miss, and it’s no accident it doesn’t include a single school from her home state.

  • THE RECRUITING GAME:...

    During his recruitment, Elizabeth-town senior catcher Zeke Pinkham felt pressure every time he stepped on the field to impress who was in the stands.

  • THE RECRUITING GAME: Central...

    Central Hardin’s Kelsey McGuffin wanted to spend more time practicing and playing softball as a senior than worrying about where she would play the sport in the future.

  • THE RECRUITING GAME: North...

    James Webb has never coached a more-recruited athlete than Kianna Gray.

    But thanks in part to the advent of the track and cross country-centric website KYTrackXC.com, the recruiting trail has never been easier for North Hardin’s longtime track coach.

  • PREP GOLF ROUNDUP: Saturday...

    BOYS: BOYLE BATTLE AT THE BRIDGE
    DANVILLE — Results from Saturday’s 100-player, 19-team Boyle Battle at The Bridge at the 6,532-yard, par-72 Old Bridge Golf Club:
    11. Elizabethtown (312)
    8. Parker Haynes 36-36— 72
    25. Javen Thomas 38-38— 76

  • MONEY & PREP SPORTS: High...

    When John Hardin opened in 2001, the football program didn’t have any facilities to call its own. There was no field, no locker room and not much support from the community.

  • YOUTH TRACK: Royal places second...

    Juirien Royal showed up and showed out for the Kentucky Elite at last week’s AAU Junior Olympic Games.

    An Elizabethtown graduate, Royal had the area’s best showing at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa.

  • MONEY & PREP SPORTS:...

    During her sophomore year, Kelsey McGuffin’s dad, Troy, gave her a choice.

    Troy had set aside about $10,000 to buy her a new car, or the money could go to Kelsey joining a high-profile travel softball team. He gave her two weeks to decide.

    A week later, Kelsey had her mind made up. She chose softball.