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LOUISVILLE — It’s been said a cat has nine lives. Not sure how many a dog has, but the John Hardin Bulldogs used one of them Friday night at Viking Harbor.
Elizabethtown is ready to get back to State.
The old adage says defense wins championships. Friday night at Bruin Field, Central Hardin’s defense put the Bruins in position to compete for another Class 6-A, District 2 title.
Robin Ringenary of Elizabethtown ended the 2015 Ironman World Championships the way she started it: with a kiss.
The Elizabethtown Panthers entered Friday’s game hoping they could lock up the district championship with a win against Adair County at the Elizabethtown Athletic Complex.
Football isn’t a game to North Hardin senior Brandon Leak, but a way of life.
A few observations and random thoughts after Friday night’s football games.
BROWNSVILLE — Dane Milby dropped back to pass, but didn’t see anyone open.
LOUISVILLE — The John Hardin Bulldogs dodged a bullet Friday night.
Central Hardin won the line of scrimmage against Meade County, and in turn rallied in the third quarter to run away with a 27-17 victory at Bruin Field on Senior Night.
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