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The LaRue County Lady Hawks had one of the state’s top duos the last few seasons, and they’re hoping a new one is in the works with freshmen guards Presley Brown and Mallory Williams.
The pair sure looked up to the task Saturday afternoon.
Darryl Murray thinks it’s a little early in the season to already be losing his voice, but the North Hardin coach will gladly take the trade-off.
The North Hardin Trojans continued their strong start to their season Friday night, pressing and running an opponent into the ground once again. And they had a little fun doing it.
Junior guard Andre Harris led five Trojans in double figures as North Hardin took a 15-0 lead on Fort Knox and never looked back in a 75-31 win in 17th District play at Ron Bevars Gymnasium.
Coming off an emotional win the night before, the North Hardin Lady Trojans showed they still had much left in the tank Saturday against the visiting Nelson County Lady Cardinals.
The balanced and deep North Hardin Trojans simply wore down the Louisville Shawnee Golden Eagles on Saturday night.
All five starters scored at least seven points and North Hardin fouled out three Shawnee starters as the Trojans pulled away for a 74-63 win in the nightcap of the annual Cameron Irvin Classic.
Two-time Class 6-A state semifinalist Meade County has an area-high four players involved in today’s annual Greater Louisville Football Coaches’ Association East-West Senior All-Star Game. Kickoff is 2 p.m. at Louisville Iroquois’ Fryrear Field.
The top-ranked Elizabethtown Lady Panthers went 1-1 over the weekend in the We Back Pat Showcase in Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Elizabethtown (2-1) lost to tournament host Blackman, 55-43 on Saturday and beat Conway (Ark.), 58-43 on Friday.
Senior Corey Stegner, junior Kase Mattingly and sophomore Calvin Hackert combined for 57 points, leading the Meade County Green Wave to a 73-58 win at Owensboro Catholic on Friday night.
The North Hardin Lady Trojans lost five seniors from last year’s team, but the new cast around junior guard Tamiah Stanford is already figuring out ways to close a game.
The North Hardin Trojans continued their strong start to the season Friday night, and they had some fun doing it.
Junior guard Andre Harris led five Trojans in double figures as North Hardin took a 15-0 lead on Fort Knox and never looked back en route to a 75-31 win in 17th District play at Ron Bevars Gymnasium.
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