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Today's Sports

  • STATE SOFTBALL: Mariah Bryant...

    Mariah Bryant admits she has a bit of a flaw when it comes to being a lead-off hitter. The Central Hardin junior really, really does not like watching the first pitch go by.

    Ever.

  • STATE BASEBALL OPINION:...

    LEXINGTON — When the Elizabethtown Panthers gathered in foul territory along the Whitaker Bank Ballpark third-base line last year, their season had just come to a bitter end with a 6-5 loss to North Bullitt.

    Disappointing. Frustrating Heartbreaking.

    It only took 364 days, but the Panthers finally were able to let go of those feelings and replace them.

  • PREP SOFTBALL: Griffith, Goedde...

    This was supposed to be a down season for the Central Hardin Lady Bruins.

    Sure they had a potent offense and a veteran defense. And they were hungry, considering they ran through the 5th Region in the regular season last year before finding themselves stunned in the region tournament finals by Green County — the only region foe to beat them in the last four years.

  • STATE BASEBALL: Payne sparks...

    LEXINGTON — Elizabethtown junior Peyton Payne might not have a career in acting in his future, but he shouldn’t rule out baseball.

  • PREP BASEBALL: Role Call —...

    The Elizabethtown Panthers have had to make plenty of adjustments this season. Some of it has been related to injuries and some of it has been putting players in situations to succeed.

  • PREP BASEBALL: With Pinkham lost...

    Elizabethtown senior Zech Maulden appears so at ease these days with his first-year teammates. He shags fly balls. He chats with teammates. He laughs and jokes with them.

  • PREP BASEBALL: Freyberger "...

    Early in his career, Austin Freyberger was the starter the Elizabethtown Panthers wanted on the mound when they needed to win a game, particularly in the postseason. This year, he is the reliever any team would want when it needs to close one.

  • PREP BASEBALL: Elizabethtown is...
  • PREP BASEBALL: Panthers hope...

    The painful memories are still etched in the minds of the Elizabethtown Panthers. They relive certain moments or plays during last year’s state tournament.

    The Panthers play the “what if?” game. “What if I did this or didn’t do that?” Would the outcome have been different, not making an early exit last season?

  • PREP BASEBALL: E'town doesn...

    It’s almost like clockwork. Opponents carefully work their way through the top of Elizabethtown’s batting order, mixing speed and locations to try to get the Panthers to make a mistake. With a ton of experience and four batting averages above .300 in the top six hitters, it’s better to allow one free base than a double or home run.