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Every high school team considers August the time for a fresh start. The record is 0-0. It’s time to create a new identity.
Looking at North Hardin’s record, last season might not be considered a success, but the Trojans took a major step forward in Coach Brent Thompson’s fourth season.
Tim Mattingly isn’t a fan of the term rebuilding. He’s not too thrilled with the term reloading, either.
The John Hardin Bulldogs have long been known as a powerhouse, yet they took a step back last year.
Junior outside hitter Jaylyn Lyons and the North Hardin Lady Trojans kept things rolling smoothly Tuesday night, picking up another five-set victory to improve to 2-0.
The old saying goes if a team has two quarterbacks it doesn’t have one, but that’s not the case for the John Hardin Bulldogs.
Quarterbacks often talk about the moment the game slows down for them.
Elizabethtown junior Tyler Durbin knew this time was coming. He’s been preparing for this since his freshman year.
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